Tweetbag: Kobe Bryant's "most challenging stretch" in his career

The inaugural edition of the Silver Screen & Roll Lakers Tweetbag is here. Come; take a peak at what the Lakers beat writers are saying about the Los Angeles Lakers.

(Welcome to the first installment of the Lakers Tweetbag, where we compile a handful of the most interesting tweets from the Lakers beat writers throughout the Twittersphere. This is a prime cut from the people who follow the in's and out's of the purple and gold for a living. Also, any miscellaneous goodness from the Lakers season journey included. Enjoy!)

The Lakers are struggling to start this season and nobody is hiding this fact...




Meanwhile, the Lakers begin to consider their options at point guard with Steve Nash out at least two more weeks, and Steve Blake out another two months. Delonte West is a name we've kicked around here plenty, and finally the Lakers have started to seriously consider bringing him in to help stabilize the situation. Yes, Delonte West, stabilizing.


And, tweet of the night goes to Kobe Bryant who claims this might be the toughest stretch in his entire career.




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