David Stern & Los Angeles Lakers

David Joel Stern (born September 22, 1942) is the commissioner of the National Basketball Association. The Los Angeles Lakers are an American professional basketball team based in Los Angeles, California. 5.0/5

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NBA owners have pushed Commissioner David Stern to kill the deal sending Chris Paul to the Los Angeles Lakers, sources tell Y!…
MIAMI -- Having only played in six of the Los Angeles Lakers' first 43 games this season, Kobe Bryant does not feel he is deserving of his starting All-Star bid and plans to sit out the Feb. 16 game in New Orleans. "With all due respect to the fans that voted me in, I certainly appreciate that, they know how much I appreciate that, but you got to do the right thing as well," Bryant said before the Lakers' 109-102 loss to the Miami Heat on Thursday night. "My fans know you got to reward these young guys for the work that they've been putting in." Bryant spoke to the media just minutes after the league announced the starters for the 63rd annual All-Star Game next month. Bryant was selected to play in the 16th All-Star Game of his 18-year career, as he finished with 988,884 votes, second among Western Conference guards (Golden State's Stephen Curry had 1,047,281) and fifth overall among all players. Without naming names, Bryant, 35, said that some of the league's rising stars -- Portland's 23-year-old guard ...
Breaking News!!! ESPN Chris Morntenson Reports the NBA and Commissioner David Stern have changed the name of the Los Angeles Lakers to the Last Angeles Lakers. This move will eliminate confusion with the First place Los Angeles Clippers Lmao sorry I couldn't hold back anymore. Lakers are straight garbage. Its a waste only scheduling 2 BB games on a Thursday when you got Miami playing Last Angeles ;)
Los Angeles Lakers fans will never forget Thursday, December 8th, 2011. On that day, almost two years ago, the Lakers essentially traded power forwards Pau Gasol and Lamar Odom in a deal involving the New Orleans Hornets and Houston Rockets that would send Chris Paul to the Lakers, that is, until NBA Commissioner David Stern nixed the trade that night. Several days later, the Hornets reached an agreement with the Los Angeles Clippers. Gasol stayed with the Lakers, Lamar Odom, upon request, was traded to the Dallas Mavericks, and the rest is NBA history. For a moment, forget the fan’s perspective or the business side of professional sports. What was it like to be in Gasol’s shoes on that cold day in December? In Gasol’s new book Life · Vida, award-winning photographer Lori Shepler spent four years capturing moments of authenticity, and this day happened to be one of those moments. Early in the book, there is a photograph (right) of Gasol hooked up to an EKG machine. There is text to the left of the ...
Los Angeles Lakers management is making LA look absolutely pathetic. There is absolutely no need for banners and signs begging Dwight Howard to stay in LA. My team messed everything the Lakers could've had starting with the hire of Mike Brown. Then D'antoni over Phil? Then we sign players like Ebanks and Blake and we don't amnesty MWP. Lakers management also traded away any chance of acquiring talent in the first round of the draft until at least 2017... For Steve Nash and Howard. I had high hopes that D'antoni could turn Steve and Howard into the old Nash-and-Stoudemire... But obviously that was a mistake. The Lakers were built on the ground of defense. Not a D'antoni specialty. And Mike Brown just *** He only looked good because he was coaching the second best player in the league in LeBron. Lakers management *** they need to move over and let me take over. Jodie Meeks?! C'mon man. And part of this is David Stern's fault... But still. I'm not happy with my team right now.
What if it really did happen o_O Los Angeles Lakers: PG Chris Paul SG Kobe Bryant SF Metta World Peace PF Pau Gasol C Dwight Howard We would win every year but David Stern is a ***
David Stern: "And with the first pick in the 2013 NBA Draft, the Los Angeles Lakers select..."
The Los Angeles Lakers have probably made the biggest splash this current off-season. With the acquisition of Steve Nash, Antawn Jamison and the recent trade for center Dwight Howard, the Lakers seemed to have all the cards in their favor.
Minutes after the four-team trade that sent Orlando Magic star Dwight Howard to the Los Angeles Lakers was agreed to by all involved parties, a cackling ...
Unless you're the Miami Heat or the Los Angeles Lakers, I would just take next year off. David Stern doesn't think you're profitable enough to play in the championship.
As a firm believer of everything happens for a reason, I am GLAD David Stern hated on the Chris Paul trade last year cause Id rather have Howard, Kobe, Gasol, Nash, and Antoine Jamison over CP3, Kobe, and Bynum like we would have had instead. For all LAKER HATERS, as a LAKER fan I sure enjoy giving yall something to HATE ON! 2013 NBA CHAMPION Los Angeles Lakers good job getting SUPERMAN back in L.A.!
Literally, about 2 years AGO in the summer.. i sat in Caleb Benjamin's house along with Dave Griggs and Michael Rickman , just hammering on about how the Los Angeles Lakers will get both Chris Paul (for Gasol&Odom) and Dwight Howard (For Bynum). They looked at me like i was stupid but i was EXACTLY right...although i can't help David Stern with the hater move of the century...but I TOLD YALL! LISTEN WHEN I TALK BALL!
[ Basketball ] Open Question : Section: Are the Los Angeles Lakers better off with Dwight Howard than they would be if...?: David Stern...
The Forum: The Olympics and David Stern's "23 and under" proposal.
After a meeting with Magic GM Rob Hennigan, Dwight Howard has indicated that he's open to an immediate trade to the Los Angeles Lakers.
Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant let the media know what he thinks about NBA Commissioner David Stern's idea of not allowing players 23 years of age and older compete …
I can't believe the Miami Heat was allowed to sign RAY ALLEN and RASHARD LEWIS BUT THE Los Angeles LAKERS WEREN'T ALLOWED TO SIGN Chris Paul ! *** Okay, I officially hate David Stern for the rest of my life :) You know what, David Stern should just make Chris Paul play with the Heat and then Miami will have all star dream team and call themselves champions when all the best players are on their team. The league ***
David Stern today nixed the 2008 trade of then-Memphis Grizzlies forward Pau Gasol to the Los Angeles Lakers in exchange for Kwame Brown, Javaris Crittenton, ... Read "David Stern Rejects 2008 Trade of Pau Gasol to the Lakers" and more funny newss on SportsPickle
Plenty of blame can be distributed for the Lakers' sluggish playoff collapse against the Thunder, but the majority of it should go to NBA Commissioner David Stern.
According to a sports writer.. this is what Los Angeles Lakers needs to do before next season starts. And I Quote: "Re-sign Lamar Odom. Give up on Bynum. See if the new GM in Orlando wants anyone but Bryant and Jordan Hill in return for Dwight Howard. Convince Commissioner David Stern that he owes them for vetoing the CP3 deal. Find a way to get Brandon Jennings back home and in a Lakers uniform. Release and replace Mike Brown. Tell Metta World Peace they want Ron Artest back."
Yes, the Los Angeles Lakers beat the Oklahoma City Thunder in game 3, and the Lakers now close the series gap to 2-1. Kobe Bryant stayed aggressive. Joey Crawford rigged the game, in my opinion. I should also point out that David Stern was in attendance. In the 1st quarter the Lakers defense did a g...
Such respect the Philippines sort of gained when MVP succeeded in bringing to this shore an NBA Selection made up of certified superstars that played a series of goodwill matches that filled the Smart Areneta Coliseum to the rafters. The All-Star was composed of bona fide superstars like Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers, last year’s MVP Derrick Rose, World Basketball Championship best player Kevin Durant and Chris Paul of the L.A. clippers, among others, was the first ever seen here even the Asian NBA failed to bring. That having been done, MVP has a bigger plan – own an NBA franchise -- a dream hatched last year but aborted and now looks to becoming a reality. He and the Tropang Texters coach and MVP Sports Foundation executive director Chot Reyes, in fact, are scheduled to meet with NBA Commissioner David Stern to discuss the possibility of buying the Sacramento Kings franchise. Reyes, who is presently in California with wife and two kids, told this writer he is only waiting for Pangilinan’s ...
NEW YORK (AP) David Stern says the elbow that Metta World Peace used to give James Harden a concussion was ''recklessly thrown'' and the Los Angeles Lakers forward' history absolutely weighed into the suspension.
At last some justice in the sports world-I would of taken away the win as it was this foull that gave the Lakers the game-it messed up the entire team! Metta World Peace suspended for 7Updated: April 24, 2012, 8:08 PM ETESPN.com Los Angeles Lakers forward Metta World Peace has been suspended seven games by the NBA for his elbow to the head of Oklahoma City Thunder guard James Harden. More on the Lakers For more news, notes and analysis of the Lakers, check out the Land O' Lakers blog from the Kamenetzky Brothers. Blog The elbow, delivered late in the first half of the Lakers' double-overtime win Sunday, knocked Harden to the ground and resulted in a flagrant 2 on World Peace. Harden has since been diagnosed with a concussion and he has not yet been cleared to play. "The concussion suffered by James Harden demonstrates the danger posed by violent acts of this kind, particularly when they are directed at the head area," NBA Commissioner David Stern said in a statement. "We remain committed to taking necessa ...
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