What if Kobe Went to Duke?

December 22, 2015 Guest Writer 0

Who hasn’t heard of NBA superstar Kobe Bryant? He was drafted thirteenth overall by the Hornets in the 1996 NBA Draft, and then subsequently traded to the Lakers — before he hit his eighteenth birthday. […]


Shaq: The Big Legacy

November 1, 2015 David Snipes 2

Shaq: The Big Legacy Shaq’s legacy in 50 years is an interesting question. Most greats in NBA history are measured by their competition. Wilt vs. Russell Bird vs. Magic Being two of the most popular […]


Breakdown of the Triangle Offense

June 27, 2015 Guest Writer 0

Breakdown of the Triangle Offense We’re hearing about the triangle offense again as the Lakers face the Nuggets in the NBA Western Conference finals. The triangle triple post offense — more commonly referred to as […]


NBA Roundtable 12/10 Edition

December 10, 2014 David Snipes 0

  Welcome to the NBA Roundtable! This week we have Bill and David doing their Dr J and Bird impression. 1. Has Boogie Cousins finally matured? David: I’m thinking he has, his cheap fouls are […]


NBA Roundtable: 11/26 edition

November 26, 2014 David Snipes 0

Welcome to the NBA Roundtable, and this week, we have Joao, DJ, Bill and David talking Kobe taking 4th, Who is the Bigger threat: Portland or Memphis, Rondo killing the Celtics, and much more! Enjoy! […]


NBA Roundtable: 11/19 Edition

November 19, 2014 David Snipes 1

Welcome to our first NBA Roundtable for the 2014-2015 NBA Season. This week we are going to talk about Kobe breaking the all-time Miss record, who is in the most trouble, reflections on 10 games […]


2013-2014 Los Angeles Lakers season preview

October 27, 2014 DJ 0

The 2013-2014 NBA season was a nightmare for the Los Angeles Lakers and their fans. Los Angeles had the worst record ever (27-55) in the team’s storied 66-year history, which dates all the way back […]


NBA Roundtable: 7/8 Edition

July 8, 2014 David Snipes 1

Welcome to the NBA Roundtable! This week we have EJ, Zach and David breakdown week 1 of Free Agency, Kobe and Rose not exactly rolling out the welcome mat, and Hometown discounts! Enjoy! 1. Better […]


There is hope for the Lakers

April 30, 2014 Kyle Sweeney 0

As Magic Johnson has said the Lakers are tough to watch this season.  All their big name players are either injured or unmotivated, they play no defense, and their record is pathetic.  And unfortunately they […]


Best player: Shaq or Kobe?

January 8, 2014 DJ 4

Welcome to another Barstool, where two writers go Man-o a Man-o on a debate. Got a topic you want discussed? Add it below, maybe some brave soul will pick it up. This time around DJ […]


The Mamba is on the mend again

December 19, 2013 DJ 0

On Thursday, the Los Angeles Lakers announced that Kobe Bryant will miss six weeks after sustaining a fractured lateral tibial plateau in his left knee against the Memphis Grizzlies on Tuesday in LA’s 96-92 win. […]