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Lakers GM: If free agents don't choose L.A. because of Kobe Bryant, 'we don't want them. You should go someplace else.'

The notion that free agents haven’t been willing to come to the Lakers in recent seasons because they don’t want to play with Kobe Bryant was brought up near the beginning of the season, but… 464 more words

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Bulls' Pau Gasol Named To All-NBA 2nd Team

(CBS) After having a renaissance year in his first season with the Bulls, Pau Gasol has been named the all-NBA second team center.

The honor comes after Gasol averaged 18.5 points (20th in NBA) on 49 percent shooting while also recording 11.8 rebounds (fourth) and 1.88 blocks (ninth) per game. 214 more words


The Bernstein Brief: Injury-Riddled NBA Playoffs Are Unfortunate

By Dan Bernstein–
CBSChicago.com senior columnist

(CBS) It was Pau Gasol missing for the Bulls at a critical time against the Cavaliers, who themselves were without Kevin Love and then later Kyrie Irving. 183 more words


What's next for the Chicago Bulls?

The Chicago Bulls fell short to the Cleveland Cavaliers getting blown out in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference semifinals; but the question is, where do they go from here? 377 more words


Top 5 Power Forwards In the NBA

By Malik Cotton

When speaking of some of the best power forwards, there are some pretty talented names that can be mentioned.  Veteran F Pau Gasol was rejuvenated after leaving the Los Angeles Lakers to sign with the Chicago Bulls this past off season. 1,256 more words


Thibodeau Should Remain with Bulls

A little more than twelve hours after the Cleveland Cavaliers bounced the Chicago Bulls from the Eastern Conference Semifinals, rumors were already circulating that Bulls’ coach Tom Thibodeau will be relieved of his coaching duties despite having two more years remaining on his contract. 828 more words


24Tuesdays: Kobe Torches the Suns in Game 6

Kobe was brilliant against the Suns in the 2010 Western Conference Finals.

The fondest memories I have of my early-to-mid teenage years come from staying up way past my bedtime (I was a freshman in high school in 2010) and watching Kobe Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers wage war against Western Conference foes as they looked to repeat as NBA champions.  730 more words