Tag Archives: Lakers

The Consistency of Pau Gasol (lakersnation.com)

Who doesn’t love Pau? He has been incredibly consistent since joining the Lakers some three years ago. He deserves a lot of credit for the team’s recent success.┬áRead the article here.

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Early Season Wins Matter (lakersnation.com)

I wrote a lil ditty on why early-season wins matter. And this has become even more poignant of late, as the Lakers have been struggling. Read it here.

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Phil Jackson, Coach Extraordinaire (lakersnation.com)

The Miami Heat WERE struggling at the beginning of the season, when I wrote this. Now, they’re not. But this article, in which I ponder on the Heat’s coaching woes and contrast them with how well Phil Jackson has handled … Continue reading

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Kobe Bryant and Nail-Biting Finishes (lakersnation.com)

Last season, Kobe had quite a load of wonderful buzzer-beating moments. I wrote about the possibility of more of those moments this season. Read it here.

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Lakers and the New Tech Foul Rule (lakersnation.com)

Got my first crack at writing for LakersNation.com in October. Read it here.

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Frustration Over Andrew Bynum’s Knee (neontommy.com)

I wrote this during the pre-season, when the news came out that Andrew Bynum was going to miss some of the season because of his knee injury. I said this at the time: “Anyone who knows me well knows that … Continue reading

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