Kobe Bryant has not held back about how he feels concerning Lamar Odom being traded to Dallas, but he also has not held back on putting the pressure on 2nd year forward Devin Ebanks. After checking out the practice report on the Lakers official site, Bryant made it clear who would be getting the most of Odoms minutes coming off of the bench, and that would be Ebanks. After a judge ruled that there was not enough evidence to charge this young man with rape, I’m sure he is ready to focus on basketball. All the Laker fans cannot help but notice his striking resemblance of former Laker Trevor Ariza. Remember fans we didn’t know that Trevor would end up being as good as he is..but everyone needs their turn. Now it’s Ebanks. Read the rest of this entry »
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This is getting more and more confusing by the minute. It’s like just when I get use to one thing, something new comes along. Ah I know what Lamar Odom was feeling. But unlike Lamar, I understand this is the nature of the business, and I must know and always understand, that as a fan of the NBA, more specifically the Los Angeles Lakers, that things change. So my motto is (at least until Jerry Buss is no longer breathing) that I will #TrustInBuss. Well as far as basketball is concerned. Over the last 30 years I have seen the Lakers win 10 championships, and accomplish countless other feats, all in the midst of controversy and sometimes turmoil. They are known as winners. Anyone who say they are a Lakers fan, would never question that aspect of the organization. Read the rest of this entry »
The Los Angeles Lakers are looking to add some youth to the roster, and with swing man Iguadala becoming available in Philadelphia, they serve up the leagues 6th man of the year, Lamar Odom along with the leagues worst contract Luke Walton. Honestly this offer may be more about getting rid of the Walton contract than giving up Lamar. As much as I love the fact that Lamar wanted to retire a Laker, his run may be up with the purple and gold, and getting Iggy would be a good move for the Lakers. The fact that Kobe loves A.I. It should be a good fit. But the painful part is placing Lamar in Philadelphia just about ends his career. Speak up Lakernation.