Tag Archives: Kobe Bryant

The 4 Hs make a difference in sports (and I'm not talking HGH for once)

If you’re an avid follower of the Bias, or have had the unfortunate luck of knowing me for an extended period of time, you’ve no doubt heard me rant and rave about everything from HGH to the horrendous officiating in … Continue reading

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Somebody get a hand in Ray-Ray's face, or Swank, Stallone, Artest gonna knock you out

Initial thoughts from tonight’s 103-94 victory by the Boston Celtics over the Los Angeles Lakers in Game 2 of the NBA Finals: Who was the best fighter in the gym tonight? A. Hillary Swank. B. Sylvester Stallone. C. Ron Artest. … Continue reading

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Lakers get physical, defensive, best of Celtics in Game 1 (despite Joe Crawford being on the floor)

Initial thoughts from the Los Angeles Lakers’ 102-89 victory over the Boston Celtics in Game 1 of the NBA Finals on Thursday: The only bad news out of L.A. tonight: UCLA’s John Wooden, 99, in “grave” condition. This is exactly … Continue reading

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Why I love Charles?

Editor’s Note: This is part of a series of posts from WCBias.com guest contributors. Interested in writing a guest post for WCBias.com? Contact us. By Nick Wilson Charles Barkley is the bomb. Charles is real. He speaks what he feels. … Continue reading

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Phil Jackson: Guru or Opportunist?

Editor’s Note: This is part of a series of guest posts from WCBias.com fans. Interested in writing a guest post for WCBias.com? Contact us. By Nick Wilson Phil Jackson is not a guru. He does not have any mystique. He … Continue reading

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Lakers' First-Round Foe: Can OKC Bring the Thunder?

Oklahoma City’s loss in Portland on Monday night officially sealed their first-round fate, ensuring a playoff matchup with the Lakers starting this weekend at the Staples Center. Bad news for Thunder fans, so sayeth the common wisdom.  Basketball blogs have … Continue reading

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The Hangover, thumbs up. The Finals, thumbs down.

Tonight’s game was not a classic, be happy you didn’t pay $4,000 to see it in person – 15-15 after a quarter, 20 turnovers by the Magic, who got homered to death by the officiating crew in Los Angeles, and … Continue reading

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What Would Jesus Do … Against Kobe Bryant?

Yep, WCBias hits an all-time low. Way low. Like down where the flames be. And you thought Kobe vs. LeBron would be the showdown of the millennium. Think again. Los Angeles Laker guard Kobe Bryant, who has scored 500 points … Continue reading

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How Do You Have a Job Doris Burke?

Updating Saturday’s post, it appears Kobe Bryant “was as tired as he’s ever been” after Saturday’s game and needed an IV, reports ESPN sideline “reporter” Doris Burke … on MONDAY! Thanks for the report Doris, 48 hours later. Whatever you … Continue reading

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