Things went down as planned yesterday in Beverly Hills at a private residence, Lamar Odom and Khloe Kardashian were married infront of close friends and family. The wedding turned out plenty of stars like teamate Kobe Bryant his wife Vanessa, LaLa Vazquez, BabyFace, Coach Phil Jackson and others. More pics and details when you Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Media Outrage on September 28, 2009
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Posted by Media Outrage on July 6, 2009
Phil Jackson says he has been given a clean bill of health to return for another season as head coach of the Champion Los Angeles Lakers. Phil will pursue his 11th ring with the Lakers. He has 2 years left on his contract, this and next year in which he has the option to go else where if he so chooses. The Lakers can breath a sigh of relief, now that the Zen Master has been cleared for return. The question is will they be hoisting that trophy once again come next June???
Posted by Media Outrage on June 15, 2009
Kobe Bryant jumped for joy as time ran down to 00:00, and he captured his 4th Championship of his career and first without Shaquille O’Neal, something that many (haters) speculated would never happen. Well he proved ALL OF THEM DAMN HATERS WRONG!!! Yea I Said It and MissTX85 being among his BIGGEST HATERS!!!! LOL! Smurfette they did it homie!!!! LOL!!!
Kobe Bryant won Phil Jackson his 10th ring, something no other coach in any other professional sport has obtained. Kobe Bryant proved why he is the BEST PLAYER ON THIS PLANET by completely dismantling the offensive savvy Orlando Magic that picked Lebron’s Cavs apart. We already knew Kobe was the best player in the game since Jordan retired and this only further solidifies his GREATNESS! Congrats Lakers! Congrats Kobe! A lot of wonderful Lakers imagery when you Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by Media Outrage on June 6, 2009
Magic Johnson sat down with the games greatest coach, Phil Jackson, and asked him about the comparisons between Kobe Bryant and Michael Jordan. Phil also called into a radio station and went into further detail about the discussion. Peep both videos when you Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Media Outrage on June 17, 2008
Ok we all know it’s going down tonight in Boston. What we want to know is what YOU predict will happen. Let’s see if any of our readers are prescient. We know DT and Ms. E are going with Boston. But will they hoist the trophy tonight or is it going to a suspenseful game 7? Will the Lakers win tonight and then finish game 7 with a victory and become the first team in NBA history to come back from a 3-1 deficit? Let us know….
Posted by Media Outrage on April 10, 2008
Laker Point Guard Derek Fisher hosted a private fund raiser with Versace last night in Beverly Hills. Coach Phil Jackson and girlfriend Jeanie Buss also attended. Derek Fisher’s lovely wife Candice was also in the house. Derek’s fashion sense is definitely on point.
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Posted by Media Outrage on October 12, 2007
Lakers owner Jerry Buss has finally made statements concerning the future of his star and franchise player Kobe Bryant.
Buss indeed did, telling three Los Angeles-area beat writers covering training camp in Honolulu on Wednesday that he “would certainly listen” to trade offers for the two-time NBA scoring champion.
“At any time, I think you have to do that with anybody,” Buss said, discussing Bryant publicly for the first time since the often-frustrated Lakers’ star asked to be traded at the end of last season. “It’s just part of the game, to listen to somebody who has a dissatisfied player that you think is going to fit.
“You can’t keep too many loyalties. You’ve got to look at it as a business. He looks at it the same way I look at it.”
Shaq said….”I guess it’s business before loyalty. But, wow. He said that?”
Bryant has four years worth $88.6 million left on the seven-year contract he signed a day after O’Neal was traded, but can terminate the deal in two years. That would leave $47.8 million on the table.
“I tend not to think in basketball terms that many years down the road because things change so dramatically, but he could test the waters at that point,” Buss said. “If he still is in that frame of mind, then hopefully we can do a sign-and-trade and get some comparable talent. I would like to think that we win between now and then so it doesn’t come up.”
“You have to get comparable value when you make a trade,” Buss said. “It’s very hard to trade somebody like him because people who have enough material to make it worthwhile are usually contenders and they don’t want to make the trade.”
Buss also said he occasionally told Bryant of certain offers, none of which he found fair to the Lakers, and acknowledged frustration at losing out to Boston for Kevin Garnett‘s services.
“I told him that I would try my best to accommodate his wishes, but that I could not afford to let him go unless we got comparable talent — if there was such a thing,” Buss said.
The 29-year-old Bryant is about to begin his 12th NBA season — all with the Lakers.
“Dr. Buss’s comments today provided more insight to a conversation we shared in Barcelona earlier this summer,” Bryant said in a statement issued Thursday. “I have touched on this conversation and other conversations within the Lakers’ organization during the recent months and again at the Lakers’ media day. I have nothing further to add and look forward to the upcoming season with my teammates.”
Lakers coach Phil Jackson said if Kobe stays, he must put the distractions aside.
“My message to Kobe was that if you could play with your heart in this game, on this team, you’ll be fine. If you can’t, if you have divided loyalties, then you can’t do it.”
When asked if Bryant is focused, Jackson said, “No, he’s not. He’s distracted, obviously.”
Posted by Media Outrage on September 11, 2007
Phil Jackson coach of the Los Angeles Lakers was inducted into the Basketball Hall Of Fame yesterday…He definitely deserves it being that he reached 900 wins faster than any other coach. And he is tied with Red Auerbach with 9 rings now whether he will get 10 remains to be seen… But congrats to the Zen Master.