How Good Was The Lakers Bench Last Night?

Last night's Lakers win was unusual for any number of reasons, but the biggest story is the unlikely performance by LA's bench. How well did they play last night? Here's a very quick—and slightly unique—look at the numbers of the five players on the court for the fourth quarter.
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The Lakers Had A Group Meltdown In Honor Of Phil Jackson's Final Game

Let's avoid speculating about why the Lakers are avoiding Kobe Bryant on the court, and why Pau Gasol broke it off with his girlfriend, and how those two things may or may not be related and may or may not have lead to this 4-0 sweep, and just point out that Los Angeles played like a team — despite earlier claims —… » 5/08/11 8:00pm 5/08/11 8:00pm

At Least The Lakers Are The Best At Twitter

The mad geniuses at Hoopism have a new project in which they've ranked "Klout" for NBA social media: the Lakers are "the most influential" NBA team on Twitter, the Pistons are not very influential at all, and Randy Foye really needs to make his Twitter public. [Hoopism] » 5/06/11 11:30am 5/06/11 11:30am

Last Night's Lakers-Mavs Game Got A Little Bit Brawl-y

The Lakers and the Mavs kept things interesting in one of the most under-scheduled nights of the NBA season last night: five players were ejected after a shoving match that began with Jason Terry and Steve Blake. The refs sent out two players from each team (Dallas's Terry and Brendan Haywood and Los Angeles's Blake… » 4/01/11 11:40am 4/01/11 11:40am

Front Row At The Spurs Game Is Awesome Until Ron Artest Spills Coffee…

This Spurs fan, identified only as "Bob," sure picked the wrong Spurs game to sit court-side for free in a white Oxford! Bob, to his credit, was very understanding about the coffee-in-face situation, even when Lisa Salters attempted to one-up him with yet another harrowing tale of gravity in the sideline interview. » 3/07/11 12:25pm 3/07/11 12:25pm