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Davis became the first NBA player since Dwight Howard in 2008 to generate a 26-17-9 stat line in any game. His nine blocks were a team record and the most by any player on opening night in the last 30 years. Time to make knee-jerk predictions: If we see anything close to this on a nightly basis out Davis, he’ll surely be this year’s MVP.
Nobody on the Lakers appears to be happy with how the next two seasons look. Why keep together a marriage that has run its course?
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Mookie Blaylock, a former NBA guard, pled guilty to vehicular homicide on court on Monday. Blaylock received a 15-year prison sentence for the crime and will serve just three years followed by eight years of probation. The sentencing stems from a car crash on May 31, 2013, when Blaylock’s car collided head-on with another in Clayton County, Georgia.
Predicting that this team will make the playoffs in the Western Conference isn’t exactly a reason to be confident in the Lakers’s front office. Watch her explain the franchise’s botched management over the last few years — and why they didn’t hire Phil Jackson — after the jump….