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Okay let’s be clear, Brooke Taylor, is the business! Every since I came across her new album: L.O.V.E. (LIVE ON VIRTUOUS ENERGY), I’ve been hooked on her music. The first thing I can say is the music you hear from Brooke is as genuine as her spirit. The 4th generation Japanese/American grew up in Los Angeles listening to Motown and soul music, and you can definitely hear it in her music. Check out her brand new video, for the first single off of her new album, Dear Archer. Be on the look out for our 1 on 1 interview!
The game vs the Bulls, was simply turnovers and free throws. This game vs the Kings showed more than ever that Mike Brown better start trusting Darius Morris/Andrew Goudelock soon, or else what Tyreke Evans did will be happening all season. I watched Derek Fisher and Steve Blake get scored on more than 10 times vs Evans, and it wasn’t pretty. Now I’m not here to take away from what Marcus Thorton did, but for everyone who thought Kobe guarded him the whole game, you need a replay..but the way “baby buckets” was shooting it really didn’t matter who was on him. Read the rest of this entry »
Ah the NBA is back, and it did not fail to deliver in it’s excitement on Christmas day. After watching the Celtics lose by one, on a KG missed attempt at the end, followed by a subsequent choke out of Bill Walker by KG. Then an absolute embarrassing banner raising day for the defending champions, Dallas Mavericks at the hands of the Miami Heat. I really didn’t know what to expect from my new look Lakers. I was nervous and excited all at the same time. Read the rest of this entry »
Well the NBA season opener is upon us. And for Laker fans, this season opener is not without it’s own drama. With the Lakers coming in looking like a completely different team (no Lamar Odom), Andrew Bynum being suspended (NOT HURT)..even though the NBA did reduce his suspension from 5 games to 4, due to the shortened season, and Kobe Bryant dealing with a serious wrist injury, having tore ligaments after a hard fall in the preseason. The Lakers will be facing a very good Chicago Bulls team which features the reigning MVP, Derrick Rose, who seems more hungry than ever to get the city of Chicago back to where it was in the 90’s. The only problem with that is, Derrick will be facing a 33yr. old superstar who understands that his window of opportunity is closing, and it’s all about winning now. A wounded Mamba is nothing to play with, it definitely strikes with no hesitation now. Check out the interview Kobe did with “Pardon The Interruption” host Mike Wilbon. Read the rest of this entry »
Well it has been officially spoken, today on ESPN the story broke that the Lakers are ALL IN! They have opened up the entire roster to be traded to get Chris Paul and Dwight Howard. Now we all know that it would take a miracle for the Lakers to pull something this big off, but we are talking about one of the most storied franchises in sports history. Now I will post the link for you to read the story in a bit, but let’s really sit back and imagine what this would mean for this years Laker team, and the subsequent years to follow: EVERYTHING. lol. Not only would the Lakers have set themselves up for life after Kobe Bryant, but they will have also given themselves great opportunity to be in the running NOW for the championship. Read the rest of this entry »
I guess Jim Buss finally woke up, and understood the dynamics of the words: BYNUM IS UNTOUCHABLE. What made that happen? Orlando’s Otis Smith stated that he is open to hearing all offers for it’s all-star center…and now Mitch Kupchack has the right piece to throw there way. Honestly I believe that Bynum has had all the major surgery he will require for the rest of his career, and you cannot deny his talent, or work ethic..except for waiting to get surgery too late last season, but hey I chalk that up to immaturity, versus work ethic.
But seriously what does this mean for the Lakers? It’s the possibility of bringing Kobe Bryant together with another version of “Superman”..but this one actually respects him and wants to play with him. Like Kobe who has modeled so much of his game after his idol, Michael Jordan, with the rings to match…Dwight Howard (even if he never says it) is ready to do the same thing…and acquire the bling to match. I believe he wants to do it while he knows Kobe still has that fire in his belly to get it done. Read the rest of this entry »