We see you, D'Angelo Russell. Maybe focus on the team getting wins first, but we can appreciate you at least answering the reporter's question with what's in your heart.
Kobe Bryant looked like he was in his prime again as he slammed down an alley-oop pass from Jordan Clarkson against Sacramento.
Watch the Warriors’ bench. pic.twitter.com/Mad5WWOVWA
— Dieter Kurtenbach (@dkurtenbach) January 6, 2016
Metta World Peace is a shell of the player he used to be and that includes his jumping ability. In last night's game against the Golden State Warriors, he had an uncontested layup attempt on a fast break and completely blew up, which led to a lot of laughter from the Warriors' bench.
The NBA has gotten worse and worse at calling traveling over the years, and stuff like this just makes you wonder how NBA officials keep their job.
The Los Angeles Lakers will have some big decisions to make as the trade deadline approaches.
Jordan Clarkson played a very good game on Wednesday night, carrying the Lakers for stretches in the fourth quarter.
Larry Nance Jr. has played well since being given more minutes, but must continue to work on his mid-range shot.
Kobe Bryant has been one of the best shooting guards ever, but this year, there are others playing at a higher level at the guard position.
Kobe Bryant is one of the most popular players in the game, and he would draw a huge audience for the game.
The Los Angeles Lakers must do more to make sure that Julius Randle is developing on the court. A future without Kobe Bryant is coming, and they need to get their young players growing.