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    @JeanieBuss: ??Happy Birthday??Kobe!! @kobebryant #Lakers GOAT ?? #NBA 5x Champion, husband, father and my forever my friend. #TheBest

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    @LakersNation: The #Lakers could sign 2 of LeBron James, Paul George, DeMarcus Cousins, & Russell Westbrook & keep Brook Lopez: https://…

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    @DawkinsMTA: [email protected] Full Highlights 2007.01.31 #Lakers at #Celtics - UNREAL 43 Pts, 8 Rebs, 8 Ast, 2 Blks! https://t.co/Z07yTmSaon

  • @SpectrumSN: #Lakers fans! Join us in wishing @kobebryant a very happy birthday! ???? https://t.co/bl5YLJ7VBJ

  • @ESPNLosAngeles: It's Kobe's birthday, so we're ranking his signature sneakers https://t.co/beFzir7IT3 #Lakers https://t.co/e5xk0rE6A2

  • @All_SportNews: 98 Rating ?? Kobe Bryant #NBA2K18 #Lakers #NBA ?? https://t.co/B0HrtT1ZFW

  • @Greenbe4Charlie: @Lakers I'm so excited to see what @ZO2_ can turn into. He did great in the summer league! #lakers #nba

  • @DanDuangdao: Happy Birthday, Kobe Bryant! #Lakers https://t.co/JSwHKIBA8o

  • @ESPNLosAngeles: What does the last 72 hours mean for the Lakers? #Lakers @stephenasmith, @SedanoESPN & @Locs_n_Laughs weigh-in... http…

  • @LakerGangDay: Happy Birthday GOAT!!!!!! ?? @kobebryant #LakerGang #LakerNation #Lakers #KobeBryant #GOAT #LakerForLife ?????? https://t.co/…

  • @balldontstop: This trade could reignite the Lakers-Celtics rivalry in 2018 ???? #Kyrie #LeBron #Celtics #Lakers https://t.co/0FF5BgWIKu

  • @RyanWardLA: In honor of @KobeBryant’s birthday, my favorite quote from the #Lakers legend #MambaMentality https://t.co/9MdIcfVyv1

  • @JamesGTate: Happiest of Birthdays to the [email protected] #Lakers ???????????? https://t.co/PE3SzgSLxT

  • @LALUpdates: Happy birthday to one of the ??'s, Kobe Bryant! #Lakers #LakeShow https://t.co/yhois0KEMf

  • @BillShaikin: This isn't the first time a league has investigated Magic Johnson for tampering. #Dodgers #Lakers https://t.co/phiGzQB4Tr

Classic headlines via Yahoo! Sports

  • Kyrie Irving and the Most Famous Trade Requests in Sports History

    Kyrie Irving shocked the sports world when he asked the Cavaliers to trade him in July. After all, it seemed Irving had the perfect situation: His team had reached three consecutive finals, he played alongside the best player in the league who is known for his unselfishness, and Irving did not have to defer to LeBron during crunch time. James would often defer to Irving when the Cavs needed a bucket, most famously when Irving hit the game-winning three-pointer in the 2016 NBA finals.
    24 Aug @ 12AM

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  • Thon Maker Becomes Internet Hero After Giving Up Seat on Airplane

    It seems Thon Maker, like many people of late, got screwed by United Airlines this week. Unlike many people, however, Thon Maker is seven feet tall. In another weird twist, Maker ended up sitting next to a guy who said on Facebook that he’s a distant cousin of Lakers rookie Kyle Kuzma.
    23 Aug @ 11AM

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  • LeBron James didn't kill idea he could land with Knicks

    LeBron James didn't kill the idea that he could look toward the Knicks as a possible destination if he were to become a free agent next season. In an interview with TMZ, the Cavs forward didn't have a response to comments that Clippers' F Blake Griffin said about James going to New York before L.A. "I don't even know what you're talking about, shawty," James said. Griffin told the "Views from the Cheap Seats" podcast that he could see James coming to New York rather than joining Los Angeles, which had been a rumored destination for the forward.  "I could see him going to New York before L.A.," Griffin said. "I still think, when you go to the Garden, it's a completely different feeling. The energy,
    23 Aug @ 9AM

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  • NBA: LeBron to Knicks? Griffin can see it happening

    While the Cavaliers are reportedly preparing for the possibility that this season will be LeBron James' last in Cleveland, a fellow NBA star believes the four-time MVP could be headed to New York.  Clippers forward Blake Griffin explained his contrarian
    21 Aug @ 8AM

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  • LeBron to Knicks? Griffin can see it happening

    "I could see [LeBron] going to New York before L.A. I still think, when you go to the Garden, it's a completely different feeling," Griffin said. "Honestly, I don't see him coming to L.A. period," Griffin said.
    21 Aug @ 7AM

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  • Lakers respond to tampering allegations surrounding George

    The Los Angeles Lakers are hoping to clear their name after the NBA announced it had launched an investigation into the team's possible tampering with former Indiana Pacers and current Oklahoma City Thunder star Paul George. At the request of the Pacers, the NBA opened an investigation with an independent review being conducted by the law firm Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz.
    21 Aug @ 4AM

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  • Lakers owner on Lonzo Ball: “He’s going to bring an element that’s very similar to Magic”

    Lonzo Ball has yet to play a minute of professional basketball in the NBA, but fans in Los Angeles sure are happy to have him on board as they get ready for a new era in team history. An exciting run through the Las Vegas Summer League in 2017 certainly showed us that Ball is ready to meet the challenges of a rookie in the NBA. Ball and teammate Kyle Kuzma also helped the Lakers beat the Portland Trail Blazers in the championship game to close the tournament.
    21 Aug @ 2AM

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  • Kobe is the Lakers’ all-time leader in steals

    In a video posted to YouTube by Complex on Saturday, rookies tried to answer questions similar to the one Ball pondered over, like what team drafted their head coach, who the NBA all-time leading scorer is, and what day the first game of the season starts on. A lot of the responses were pretty funny, including the guys getting wrong what year Adam Silver became NBA commissioner. Poor David Stern has already been forgotten about!
    19 Aug @ 10PM

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  • Tommy Hawkins, first black all-american at Notre Dame, dead at 80 years old

    Tommy Hawkins, the first black basketball player to earn All-America honors at Notre Dame and who played for the Los Angeles Lakers during a 10-year NBA career, died Wednesday. Hawkins died in his sleep at home in Malibu, son Kevin told The Associated Press. Hawkins graduated from Notre Dame in 1959 after playing three years on the basketball team.
    19 Aug @ 11AM

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  • Ben Simmons or Lonzo Ball? Las Vegas bookmakers at odds on NBA Rookie of the Year favorite

    There is a difference of opinion between two prominent Las Vegas sports books about who is the favorite to be awarded NBA Rookie of the Year for the 2017-18 season, with the 76ers’ Ben Simmons priced with the shortest odds at the Westgate SuperBook, but
    18 Aug @ 8PM

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