NBA Playoffs: Boston at Philadelphia and LA Lakers at Oklahoma City

(Sporting Alert) — The Los Angeles Lakers were completely outplayed by the Oklahoma City Thunder in Game 1 of their Western Conference semi-finals on Monday, but Kobe Bryant is backing the former champions to respond quickly. ”We’re a team that doesn’t get down when we get blown out,” Bryant, who scored 20 points in the…

Thunder clobber Lakers, Sixers even series with Boston

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK (Sporting Alert) — The Oklahoma City Thunder hammered the Los Angeles Lakers 119-90 on Monday night in Game 1 of their Western Conference semifinals series. Russell Westbrook scored 27 points and Kevin Durant added 25 for the Thunder, which showed no signs of being off for eight days with the dominating performance…

Lakers v Thunder: Bryant v Durant and Metta v Harden?

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK (Sporting Alert) — The Los Angeles Lakers and the Oklahoma City Thunder square off in what is expected to be a their highly contested Western Conference semifinals series with Game 1 Monday night. Watch Live Online Streaming Coverage on TNT @ 9:30 PM ET The opening game will be at the Chesapeake…

Report: Kobe Bryant threw-up on Lakers team bus, game time decision

DENVER (Sporting Alert) — Kobe Bryant remains a game-time decision for the Los Angeles Lakers for tonight’s NBA playoffs first round clash against the Denver Nuggets. Live Coverage Will Be on TNT Bryant missed the Lakers’ shootaround practice earlier in the day because of a stomach problem. The star guard did travel with the team…

DAY 2: San Antonio, Lakers, Clippers – NBA Playoffs fixtures

(Sporting Alert) — The NBA playoffs continues on Sunday with another set of games, following Saturday’s opening playoffs fixtures. Amongst those that will be in action today are the San Antonio Spurs and the Los Angeles Lakers. San Antonio are in fantastic form this season, and the Tony Parker-led side will be hunting his 11th…

Heat v Mavericks and Lakers v Thunder – Live on TNT

(Sporting Alert) — The Miami Heat will seek to stop their current skid when LeBron James and his crew entertain the Dallas Mavericks in a repeat of last year’s championship game. The Heat (35-13), after winning four straight, were humbled 103-87 by the Oklahoma City Thunder on Sunday and then beaten 105-90 the following night…