Player of the Series: Kobe Bryant. Kobe the Facilitator. Kobe the Assassin. Kobe the LEADER.
Player of the Week: Small Forwards. Is small forward the only position the Lakers can go two-deep with?
Player of the Week: Vote! Choose your Lakers Player of the Week: Andrew Bynum, Metta World Peace, or Matt Barnes.
Player of the Week: Kobe Bryant. March wasn't the kindest month for Kobe Bryant. He shot the ball pretty poorly overall, shooting just 38.7% for the month in 17 games. He's started April off on fire.
Player of the Week: Matt Barnes. Matt Barnes has probably been the Lakers' most consistent player this season.
Finally, someone from the bench stepped up enough to knock the Kobe, Pau, and Andrew Bynum off the podium. The Lakers are better for it, as they went 3-0 on the week.
Would y'all be mad if I gave the Player of the Week to a member of an opposing team? Seriously, that's how good Jeremy Lin has been for the Knicks. So much, that I'm a little embarrassed to admit that his "slicing and dicing" was quite fun to watch. Even if he destroyed my beloved Lakers. I didn't even care.
Player of the Week: Pau Gasol. Pau talked the talk, then walked the walk as he put Chris Paul and the Clippers back in their place in a supposed battle for Los Angeles.
That was quite a treat Kobe Bryant gave us this past week was, eh? Defending his pride and our faith, Kobe had the basketball world at attention as he efficiently hung 40-points or more in four straight games, proving not only that he still has that magic, but that he also has absolutely no plans on giving up his stake as being considered the best basketball player in the world.
Oh, Kobe. I don't know how he does it. Every season it seems he has the basketball world over-analyzing every shot he takes and every decision he makes. It's like a script. Kobe gets hurt, Kobe...
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