The inconsistent season of Kobe Bryant

Kobe Bryant

Kobe Bryant is entering uncharted territory this season. It will be his 20th NBA season, the most for any guard in league history. He is currently tied with John Stockton and Jason Kidd with 19 seasons. Bryant played in 35 games last season and, to put it mildly, it was a struggle. Before a third straight season-ending injury (shoulder), Bryant was wildly inconsistent. [Read more…]


Can’t Miss NBA Preseason Deal: Warriors At Clippers


By now, we’re only a few short days away from the NBA regular season, and fans are itching to see the regular season start up, but don’t count the preseason out yet. There are still plenty of games to hit up before the regular season starts, and some of them are well worth your time. For starters, preseason games are a great chance to see new players perform for the first time, but for many fans, it’s also the most affordable way to see


Jordan Farmar Dishes On D’Angelo, Kobe, Lakers, Knicks


It’s not easy to take an 11-hour flight, but that’s what former NBA player and current Maccabi Tel Aviv point guard Jordan Farmar was getting ready for on Sunday afternoon as he slowly got dressed in the locker room inside Madison Square Garden. After a two-city tour in NBA arenas, Farmar and his teammates were about to head back to Israel, traveling even further away from his native Los Angeles. Farmar, 28, was born in Los Angeles and went to high


Top Remaining Free Agents — Sept. 16 Edition

Carlos Boozer

What if I told you your favorite team could land a power forward that has never averaged less than 10 points per game in any of his 13 NBA seasons? He won a gold medal for Team USA. He is widely viewed as a good locker room guy. His basketball IQ is just south of MENSA territory. Who is the mystery free agent forward? It’s Carlos Boozer. In a statistically down season, Boozer averaged 11.8 points and 6.8 rebounds per game and


D’Angelo Russell and Julius Randle struggle in Lakers’ loss to Knicks


LAS VEGAS- At the Las Vegas Summer League, wins and losses are as important as the Sacramento’s 2014 championship banner hanging near the players’ tunnel at the Thomas & Mack Center. Summer League is more about learning, development and progression. For D’Angelo Russell and Julius Randle, the Los Angeles Lakers’ top two young players, Monday’s 76-66 loss to the Knicks was a struggle to say the least. The lower bowl was packed with fans clad in purple and gold, excited to


Top 15 Remaining Free Agents — Edition II


What is the next big surprise? When will it happen? We are inside of 48 hours until the league’s moratorium ends, so fasten your seatbelts, folks. This summer’s free agency period has provided as much suspense and excitement as the NBA Finals. The San Antonio Spurs have agreed to terms with LaMarcus Aldridge and David West while retaining Tim Duncan, Kawhi Leonard, Manu Ginobili and Danny Green in hopes of returning to the Finals. West said he wanted to play for a title


PODCAST: Scotto on the 2015 NBA Draft


The NBA draft is Thursday and the rumor mill is churning faster than ever. Expect that trend to continue in the coming days. I’ve outlined the top rising draft stocks and the fallout for the New York Knicks after landing the fourth overall pick. I’ve also written profile stories on Kristaps Porzingis and Myles Turner. With that in mind, I joined Atlanta’s “The Game” on 92.9 FM with host John Fricke to discuss the top of the draft, sleepers, top foreign players, which player the