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  1. NBA: Kobe Bryant and Andrew Bynum Are Not The Future of The Lakers

    The Los Angeles Lakers played their final game of the season Sunday night in Dallas, Texas, resulting in a 122-86 loss to the Dallas Mavericks, a 4-0 sweep.

    While this loss did not come as a surprise given how the Lakers played through-out the series, it did leave with many questions heading into the post-season, most notably of their star player, Kobe Bryant.

    Entering the off-season, Bryant is 32 years of age, having spent the last 15 years of it as a Laker player, in ...
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  2. NBA: Following the Sweep by Dallas, Where Do the Lakers Go from Here?

    Following the Lakers dismal 122-86 loss to the Dallas Mavericks on Sunday night, knocking them out of the playoffs and their opportunity to defend their title a third straight year, the team was left with more questions than answers.

    Notably, where was Ron Artest's defense we came to know from last year, what happened to Pau Gasol's game, is this the end for Derek Fisher and Phil Jackson as a Laker and finally, what was Andrew Bynum thinking as he laid his elbow into Jose Barea's ribs ...
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  3. NBA: What the Los Angeles Lakers Need To Turn Around The Season

    With the All-Star weekend all but coming and gone, the 32 teams will now shift their focus on the last stretch of the season. Of those 32 teams, there is of course, one defending champion, the Los Angeles Lakers, who despite a 38-19 record, are sitting in third place in the Western conference, with more questions than answers.

    Where's the determination to win? The determination to be the best team? Is Andrew Bynum the answer? Is this really the best the Lakers have to offer after two ...
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  4. New Orleans Saints - Superbowl Champions

    Well last Sunday, the New Orleans Saints defeated the Indianapolis Colts 31-17, giving their city their first Superbowl win. A city devastated by the hurricane in 2005.

    Five years later, the team is on top of the world and the city is rejoicing with happiness. The game was sealed on an interception by Tracy Porter that set-up a two possession game. There was not enough time left for Peyton to utilize his magic and subsequently ended the decade with just one Superbowl ring.
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