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Lakers Lose to Hawks But Kobe's Injury Could Be Tougher Loss

Lakers Lose to Hawks But Kobe's Injury Could Be Tougher Loss

purpleandgoldblog.com Updated Mar 14, 2013
The Lakers suffered just their 3rd loss since the All-Star break on Wednesday against the injury-riddled Atlanta Hawks, 92-96. But the entire Lakerdom is still seething about a dangerous play that occurred with 5 seconds left in the 4th quarter as Kobe …
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  • The NBA says Kobe Bryant was fouled on the play that injured hi…

    The NBA says Kobe Bryant was fouled on the play that injured his ankle

    yahoo.com nba.com Mar 14, 2013
    The top story in the NBA right now, by a wide margin, is the ankle sprain suffered by Kobe Bryant in the final seconds of the Los Angeles Lakers' Wednesday night loss to the Atlanta Hawks. The Lakers are holding on to the last playoff spot in the West b…
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  • Lakers Lose to Hawks But Kobe's Injury Could Be Tougher Loss

    Lakers Lose to Hawks But Kobe's Injury Could Be Tougher Loss

    purpleandgoldblog.com Mar 14, 2013
    The Lakers suffered just their 3rd loss since the All-Star break on Wednesday against the injury-riddled Atlanta Hawks, 92-96. But the entire Lakerdom is still seething about a dangerous play that occurred with 5 seconds left in the 4th quarter as Kobe …
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  • Lakers Lose to Hawks But Kobe's Injury Could Be Tougher Loss

    Lakers Lose to Hawks But Kobe's Injury Could Be Tougher Loss

    The Lakers suffered just their 3rd loss since the All-Star break on Wednesday against the injury-riddled Atlanta Hawks, 92-96. But the entire Lakerdom is still seething about a dangerous play that occurred with 5 seconds left in the 4th quarter as Kobe …
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  • AEG, The Conglomerate That Controls Sports In Los Angeles, Isn'…

    AEG, The Conglomerate That Controls Sports In Los Angeles, Isn't Being Sold After All

    deadspin.com Mar 14, 2013
    Nobody knows much about the Anschutz Entertainment Group, the massive sports/entertainment entity that owns Staples Center (and the whole L.A. Live complex), a healthy slice of the Los Angeles Lakers, and majority stakes in the Los Angeles Kings, L.A. G…
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  • Al Horford Posterizes Antawn Jamison & The Lakers

    Al Horford Posterizes Antawn Jamison & The Lakers

    dimemag.com Mar 14, 2013
    Because the Lakers decided they didn’t really feel like using Dwight Howard that much last night, there were many opportunities for the Hawks to get to the rim. This one from Al Horford was by far the best take, however. Antawn Jamison isn’t known for
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  • Stray Shots: Examining the Lakers in a Post-Kobe World, the Kni…

    Stray Shots: Examining the Lakers in a Post-Kobe World, the Knicks' (Barely) Walking Wounded, and the Continued Genius of Marc G

    grantland.com Mar 14, 2013
    After a crazy night of NBA injuries, wild finishes, and resounding wins, a smorgasbord of random thoughts that don't merit their own posts: • Th...
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  • Jalen Rose on That Time He Intentionally Tried to Injure Kobe B…

    Jalen Rose on That Time He Intentionally Tried to Injure Kobe Bryant

    grantland.com Mar 14, 2013
    At the end of last night's Lakers-Hawks game, with L.A. down two and three seconds to go, Kobe Bryant (guarded by Dahntay Jones) attempted a baseline ...
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  • Video - Dahntay Jones Responds To Kobe 03:26

    Dahntay Jones Responds To Kobe

    Mar 14
    Hawks G/F Dahntay Jones discusses the play from Wednesday night's game in which Lakers G Kobe Bryant sprained his ankle.
  • Video - Was Kobe Injured Due To Dirty Play? 06:28

    Was Kobe Injured Due To Dirty Play?

    Mar 14
    Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless debate whether it was a dirty play by Dahntay Jones that led to Kobe Bryant's injury.

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