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Kobe Bryant shrugged off a scoreless first half to finish with 20 points, eight assists and seven rebounds and the Los Angeles Lakers overcome a 20-point second-half deficit to beat the Charlotte Bobcats 100-93 Friday night.Share Tweet
Preview: Lakers vs. Bobcatspurpleandgoldblog.com Feb 8, 2013Last night's humiliating loss to the Celtics was simply one of those nights when the Lakers (23-27) played terrible and Boston couldn't do anything wrong even if they tried. And just like clockwork, Kobe Bryant and Dwight Howard were blamed for the loss…Share Tweet
Section 15: Love for the Lakersnytimes.com Feb 8, 2013The Lakers' visit to Barclays Center gave young Eric Sawnders-McGuire a chance to see his favorite player, Kobe Bryant.Share Tweetyahoo.com Feb 8, 2013It’s all great news for the Boston Celtics these days! To start, the team has won six in a row and has just about established that they’ll make this year’s playoff bracket. The team humiliated the very much humiliating Los Angeles Lakers in front ofShare TweetWith the clock winding down to the eight-minute mark of the second quarter and the Boston Celtics already holding an eight-point lead over the Los Angeles Lakers, Kevin Garnett cut across the paint to the right mid-post, received an entry pass from Lean…Share Tweet
Bizarro World Laker Bros Have The Sadfacedeadspin.com Feb 8, 2013The Celtics flew past the Lakers in last night's early national broadcast to the tune of a 116-95 score. It was an offensive explosion unseen from Boston until now, and it left some New England Lakers fans grasping for hope (or perhaps their sunglasses)…Share Tweet
Boston Beats Down The Lakers; Denver’s Torrid Shooting Torches Chicagodimemag.com Feb 8, 2013When will the Lakers’ “new” season start exactly? And did Boston’s begin once Rajon Rondo was lost for the year? These are things we think about after Thursday’s second-half power surge by Boston shut off the lights on the Lakers, 116-95, now foShare Tweet
Big Ticket's Show: Garnett isn't Russell, and Howard isn't Chamberla…CNNSI.com Feb 8, 2013Garnett isn't Russell, and Howard isn't Chamberlain. And yet, in the Celtics' 116-95 beating of the Lakers, the 2 echoed past showdowns of the NBA's best rivalry, says Ian Thomsen.Share Tweet