"There is guano on the court," one broadcaster said.
He needs to focus, he says, on getting ready for the next NBA season.
The NBA All-Star is still deciding whether to go.
From Kobe to the King and Pop to Pau, Sunday's contest was one for the ages.
Kobe Bryant is 36 years old. He has been in the NBA over half of his life, which is almost inconceivable in itself, and he's returning from a devastating knee injury that cost him pretty much an entire season. ESPN.com ranked him the 40th best player in the league -- and that's preposterous.
Things in Lakerland have been coming together these past few weeks, and Laker Nation is beginning to buzz. Once the postseason comes along, no one will be looking forward to playing Kobe Bryant and his Lakers.
Lakers forward Pau Gasol injured the plantar fascia of his foot while playing the Brooklyn Nets at Barclays Center. Gasol, on twitter, announced that an MRI revealed a "torn fascia." But how serious is ruptured plantar fascia, and will he need surgery?
I think Jordan, at 25, is at a point in his career where he's going to get incrementally better as a bench player or get