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Is Jordan Clarkson's Imitation Of Kobe Bryant Better Than The NBA Impersonator's?

Jordan Clarkson practicing his Kobe. @JClark5on @Lakers @LakersNation pic.twitter.com/9r2qXlYHjh

— Carlo Pamintuan (@carlo_pamintuan) September 1, 2015

Move over, Brandon Armstrong. There’s a new challenger in the NBA impersonation game, and he has the skills – not to mention credentials – to take the social media world by storm.

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Could added pressure lead to a sophomore slump for Clarkson?

The Los Angeles Lakers arguably got the biggest steal of the 2014 draft in Jordan Clarkson. He had a stellar finish to his rookie season, even earning a nod on the NBA All-Rookie first team. 993 more words

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Mailbag Monday: Lakers Roster Additions, Potential Subtractions

Watching Michael Bay obliterate a favorite cartoon of mine growing up (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) has me a little extra angsty tonight, so this should be fun. 636 more words

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Lakers sign Brazilian guard Marcelo Huertas to one-year deal

While the Los Angeles Lakers are expected to hand over the starting point guard role to D’Angelo Russell, they have also added international star Marcelo Huertas to provide depth and leadership at the position… 207 more words


Report: Lakers to sign Brazilian, FC Barcelona point guard Marcelo Huertas to one-year deal

The Lakers will be giving the ball to their new point guard, No. 2 pick D’Angelo Russell, and letting the rookie learn on the job this year. 327 more words

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Jim Buss says D'Angelo Russell "could be anything" in the NBA

Los Angeles Lakers part-owner and Vice President of Basketball Operations, Jim Buss, is one of Los Angeles’ most scrutinized individuals. For seemingly everything that goes wrong for the Lakers, the blame is placed upon his shoulders. 283 more words

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A different Gilas and why Clarkson won't be suiting up--Opinion Roundup for August 29.

Bobby Motus talks about how different the current Gilas team is from previous editions, from player commitment to team achievements, while Al Mendoza Jordan Clarkson won’t be playing for the national basketball team despite the latest spin from SBP. 186 more words