Wednesday, July 21, 2010

2010 NBA Champions DVD

Bombo Sports & Entertainment and NBA Entertainment would like to announce the release of the 2010 NBA Champions DVD that chronicles the Lakers’ complete playoff run.  The DVD will be available on July 27, 2010 at and other retail outlets. Be among one of the first to get your copy!

Here is the DVD summary:

During the 2010 season, one challenger after another tried to knock the Los Angeles Lakers off their NBA throne. But in the end, the Lakers reigned supreme once again, winning their 16th NBA championship in a drive that culminated with an NBA Finals triumph over the arch-rival Boston Celtics, led by Finals MVP Kobe Bryant.

From the start of the season, the Lakers focused on repeating as champions. With Bryant’s string of game-winning shots, the emergence of All-Star big man Gasol, the steady hand of Fisher, and a strong supporting cast, the Lakers finished with the best record in the West.

In the playoffs, L.A. survived a challenge from the up-and-coming Oklahoma City Thunder, swept past theUtah Jazz, and held off the Phoenix Suns to set up a rematch with the Boston Celtics, the team that defeated them in The Finals in 2008. In the latest chapter of the league’s greatest rivalry, Artest took a star turn as the Lakers earned redemption in a thrilling seven-game series against Boston. Fisher and Bryant each won their fifth championship rings, while Phil Jackson earned his record 11th as head coach.

Fans can relive the Lakers’ stirring run to repeat glory on this action-packed DVD. Get the inside story of the NBA champions with exclusive behind-the-scenes footage and interviews, along with fantastic highlights of their championship season and exciting bonus features.

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  1. They deserved the championship because they’ve worked so hard to be back to back champions again. They are still the team to beat this upcoming season. With the addition of Steve Blake the Lakers will continue to reign on their throne.

  2. I couldn't agree with you more. The champs are STILL the team to beat, even if Miami may seem to have their Dream Team on paper.

    What really matters is how well teams appear on court and the champs have proven in the last two seasons at least how well they play together as a team.

    Go Lakers!


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