What went wrong with the 2012-2013 Los Angeles Lakers ... front office?
The Lakers face a Summer full of tough decisions, but there is one clear cut approach they must take with their future. They must keep their cap space for the Summer of 2014 intact.
The centerpiece of all future plans for the Los Angeles Lakers can leave the franchise hanging and walk away for nothing. No matter what he does, it will be the best thing that can happen to the franchise.
The Lakers season is over and it's time to look ahead to what should be a very busy Summer for the purple and gold.
After two double digit losses, you might think the San Antonio Spurs are beating the Los Angeles Lakers in every imaginable way. But the Lakers could make things a lot more interesting with one simple step: Cut out all the turnovers.
The Lakers have dealt with a lot of misfortune this season, but they have also had to deal with the ramifications of their own stupid decisions. Just when it seemed like the stupid was over, Mike D'Antoni and Kobe Bryant gave us a fresh batch.
Whether the Lakers win or lose tonight, Mike D'Antoni has earned the right to return for another season.
Dr. Steven Weinfeld took the time to talk to Silver Screen and Roll about the Achilles injury that Kobe Bryant suffered from and offered his expert (and unaffiliated) commentary on the situation. In short, the odds appear to be stacked against Bryant
The Lakers are one win away from guaranteeing a chance in the playoffs, and after Dwight Howard's dominant game against the San Antonio Spurs, the Center has little to lose and more to gain now than ever.
Kobe Bryant delivered another classic game against the Trail Blazers, once again dipping into the vino bottle. He once again defeated his own mortality as he carried the Lakers to victory.
The last year or so has seen some amazing growth here at Silver Screen and Roll, and there are a lot of new members reading and commenting on the site. As a result, there have been some instances...
The Lakers have five games remaining in their season and are on the outside of the playoffs yet again. They'll make it though, because they're the Los Angeles Lakers. Right?
With his latest comments regarding the Lakers' defensive strategy, Kobe Bryant has graduated from defensive burden to outright hypocrite. Even if what he said was 100% true, Kobe has no business saying anything about the team's defensive scheme.
The Lakers dropped the end of their back-to-back against Phoenix due to a lack of depth and the players sitting on the bench have highlighted their recent poor drafting and developing of players.
Was Mike D'Antoni being stubborn running a seven-man rotation over the back-to-back, or was he simply trying to maximize the talent in two games the Lakers desperately wanted?
Legendary point guard playing off the ball? All time great shooting guard playing the point? As crazy as that might sound, it has worked for the Lakers. The Steve Nash and Kobe Bryant role reversal has the Lakers winning.