Los Angeles Lakers

Hoops ’89-90 Orlando Woolridge Error Card

January 8, 2011
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Above is an Orlando Woolridge 1989-90 Hoops #279 error card. The error card is the card on the left because it is missing the “TM” next to the Lakers logo. The card on the right is correct and has the “TM” next to the Lakers logo. Orlando Woolridge signed as an unrestricted free agent...

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Lakers and Clippers Go HD, Get Ready for 2011 NBA All-Star Game

September 23, 2010
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As reported by CBS Los Angeles, Lakers and Clippers games just got a fresh new look in the form of a brand new Panasonic HD scoreboard. Lakers guard Sasha Vujacic and Clippers forward Craig Smith were on hand for the unveiling. “…the venue will unveil a brand new LIVE 4HD Scoreboard designed exclusively for...

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Lakers Rookie Forward Devin Ebanks’ Favorite Player of All Time is John Starks

September 14, 2010
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There is usually a reason why players pick the numbers they do. This is definitely true in the case of the Lakers rookie forward out of West Virginia Devin Ebanks. Ebanks is a 6-foot-9, 20-year-old originally from Queens, New York. Being that he hails from New York it’s no wonder that when I asked...

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November 3, 1999

August 5, 2010
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On October 26, 2010, the Los Angeles Lakers will collect their championship rings and play host to the Houston Rockets for their 2010-2011 home opener. On November 3, 1999 the Los Angeles Lakers played host to the Vancouver Grizzlies for their 1999-2000 home opener and they were not collecting championship rings. This was the Lakers first...

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Matt Barnes is Taking His Talents to Hollywood

July 23, 2010
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According to the L.A. Times the Lakers just inked Matt Barnes to a two year contract. Noteworthy here is that Barnes took less money to play with the two time defending champs. As the L.A. Times reports: “The most the Lakers could pay Barnes next season is $1.77 million, about half of what Cleveland was...

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Chick Hearn’s 3000th Consecutive Game Pin

July 17, 2010
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On January 19, 1998 Chick Hearn broadcasted his 3000th consecutive game when the Lakers played the Orlando Magic at the Great Western Forum. Low and behold, I attended that game and I still have the souvenir the Lakers handed out to the fans. They handed out a collectible pin attached to a card with a...

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