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Last night we caught Kobe Bryant walking into the Staples Center with a, er, man purse. Fine, fine, European carry-all, or whatever. The NBA’s twitter account, however, caught another Laker stylin’ his way into the arena: Steve Nash.
Hey, remember when Charlie Sheen was a thing? That was weird, right? “Winning,” news show interviews, various zany catchphrases, and whatnot? It all seems so long ago – which is probably for the best – but it doesn’t mean he stopped being Charlie Sheen. Which is maybe not for the best.
Last weekend, L.A.’s Staples Center was the sight of a “Sports-Ageddon” of sorts: six playoff games in 75 hours. The Kings, Clippers, and Lakers were all still alive at that point (only the Kings now remain), and Bill Simmons has a good piece on the madness over at Grantland, should you want a more detailed account. For now, check out this time-lapse video, which shows the numerous, on-the-spot changes Staples Center went through.
TNT’s Kevin Harlan called a gem during Tuesday night’s Lakers-Jazz game. No, it wasn’t because of his astute basketball observations or delightful banter with fellow commentator Reggie Miller (although we’re sure Harlan’s effort was full of that stuff). No, we enjoyed Harlan’s Tuesday night performance for other reasons.
Stephen Colbert Wonders If “There Isn’t Enough Bronze In The World” For A Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Statue
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar continued his strange movie-promoting, Staples-Center-statue-lobbying media tour yesterday with a Colbert Report appearance.
Unexpectedly, we’ve been hearing an awful lot about Kareem Abdul-Jabbar the last couple days – specifically, his desire for a statue outside Staples Center. This morning, we heard more.
Last night at the Jazz-Lakers game at the Staples Center, Gordon Hayward went hard to the rim and dunked the ball in the face of Pau Gasol and Ron Artest.
The Clippers beat the Cavaliers 100-92 at the Staples Center today, but the most noteworthy event of the day at the arena occurred before the game even started.