Monday, September 28, 2009

The Odashian Wedding

Lamar Odom & Khloe Kardashian get married after dating for just ONE MONTH?! And critics say Lamar doesn't show hustle. Congratulations Lamar on your second ring this year!

Some of the guests included teammates Kobe Bryant, Ron Artest, Sasha Vujacic, Luke Walton, Josh Powell and coach Phil Jackson.

Saturday, September 26, 2009

NBA 2K10 Lakers Intro

Here's another video clip I found courtesy of IGN. This one shows the intro to Lakers home games. It's short but very sweet! I have to say 2K Sports has really done a great job releasing video clips and screen shots that subtly hype up not only the game but also Kobe. Whether you love it or hate it, Kobe will be right smack in your face every time you crave some 2K B-Ball action.

Remember you NBA 2K10 gamer freaks, October 6th is the official release date!

Friday, September 11, 2009

NBA 2K10 Kobe Video Clip


I can't wait for October 6th to pick up my copy. Celebrating NBA 2K's 10th Anniversary with Kobe on the cover is just icing on the cake! I remember picking up my very 1st NBA 2K game, I think it was 2000, for my Dreamcast system...the graphics back then were eye-opening and they keep improving with every passing year. This year is at the top of my list as a Laker fan for sure!

Sunday, September 6, 2009

Derek Fisher: Character Driven: Life, Lessons, and Basketball

If you're looking for a great read, Derek Fisher's, "Character Driven: Life, Lessons, and Basketball" is a good one!

Here is an official review of Derek's latest book:

"From humble beginnings in Little Rock to multiple NBA championships, Derek Fisher's career has seen highs and lows. Through it all, he's demonstrated strong faith in the face of adversity, commitment to team goals over individual recognition, and above all else, devotion to his family. His story shows that what truly matters aren't the achievements or accolades, but the values that carry you through them. It's a message we can all take to heart." -- President Bill Clinton

"Don't be blinded by the four NBA championship rings. Derek Fisher's thirteen-year journey through professional basketball is as much about what shaped him as a man and the choices he's made in his life as it is about game-winning shots and sharing a backcourt with Kobe Bryant." -- Michael Wilbon

"This is the heart of Derek Fisher. I'm glad that he's decided to share more of his life and the lessons that he's learned along the way. I hope you enjoy getting to know him as much as I have. The league, and the world at large,could use more people like Derek Fisher in it." -- From the Foreword by Earvin "Magic" Johnson

Click here to purchase

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

There Will Be Blood - Lakers/Celtics

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Celtics 3 Point Line - 2008 NBA Finals

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Designed by: Eric Garcia
Inspired by the Lakers weak defense around the perimeter in the 2008 NBA Finals

Will Bynum Deliver?

Desined by: Eric Garcia
Inspired by Bynum's return to the 2008-2009 NBA season

Lakers vs Magic - 2009 NBA Finals

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Designed by: Eric Garcia
Inspired by the impossibility of Orlando Magic winning the 2009 NBA Finals

Lakers vs Celtics - Post Game Finish - 2008 Christmas Day

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Designed by: Eric Garcia
Inspired by the Lakers beating the Celtics on Christmas Day during the 2008 NBA season.

Ready for the 2009-2010 Season

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Designed by: Eric Garcia
Inspired by the look of the Lakers during preseason games, ready to defend their title for the 2009-2010 NBA season.

Lakers Staying Alive - Game 5, 2008 NBA Finals

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Design by: Eric Garcia
Inspired by the Lakers surviving Game 5 of the 2008 NBA Finals against the Celtics, making it a 2-3 series, Celtics. As we all know, Celtics won the championship in Game 6.

Is Odom Really Satisfied?

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Designed by Eric Garcia
Inspired by Lamar Odom's 2008-2009 Off Season Trade Rumors. The candy bar was used because of his known sweet tooth and how well he performs when he eats candy before a game.

Kobe Scores 61 Points - Madison Square Garden

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Designed by: Eric Garcia
Inspired by the greatest performance at The Madison Square Garden