2011 Playoff Grades for Every Laker
Andrew Bynum has so many positive qualities, both as a player and as a person. But, if he can not correct his inability to control his emotions and his willingness to put other players at risk, none of those qualities are worth it.
The Los Angeles could not deal with the combination of pride and shame caused by their destruction at the hands of the Dallas Mavericks.
Years ago, Kobe Bryant decided he wanted to be known as The Black Mamba. Now, he must turn to the lessons of the original Black Mamba in order to avoid his current fate.
Throughtout Kobe Bryant's illustrious career, he's never been on a team that ended it's season in defeat while giving it their all. Silver Screen and Roll makes the plea for the Lakers to not go out with a whimper, but with a bang, because if they do go out with a bang, they need not go out at all.
They say that defense wins championships, but luck plays a role. The Lakers have had luck on their side each of the past two seasons, but so far this year, she has deserted the purple and gold.
While the Dallas Mavericks are deserved victors, the Los Angeles Lakers have no one to blame but themselves for their plight. Oh, and their exceedingly bad karma.
Behind all the drama of the form and conclusion of Game One of the second round series between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Dallas Mavericks, the fact remains that Dallas played well and the Lakers didn't, but the result was still close.
The scribes of Silver Screen and Roll put their bold predictions for the upcoming Westen Conference Semifinals on paper ... err, on a computer screen.
In my previous Lakers-Hornets series preview I focused on five key items for the Lakers in these playoffs. That preview was Lakers focused and since all those items still apply in this series I...
The Lakers and Mavericks, the NBA's two oldest teams, are set to meet in the second round of the playoffs. The stakes are different, but huge, for each side.
Despite the fact it took six games for the Los Angeles Lakers to defeat the New Orleans Hornets in the first round of the NBA playoffs, that series was as easy as they come.
Yesterday Ron Artest was presented with the J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship award for his outstanding service and dedication to the community. Ron has brought awareness to the very serious issue of...
Chris Paul is amazing, tonight's game is vital, but the story of Game 5 is whether Kobe Bryant's decision to avoid testing his injury is a sign of greatness or madness,
Kobe Bryant is hurt. Chris Paul is awesome again. The Laker bigs aren't getting it together. We look how this could all add up to a massive Hornets upset.
Silver Screen and Roll requests that the world remember Game One of the 1st round Lakers-Hornets series when arguing Pau Gasol's MVP candidacy should the Lakers win another championship.