Lakers Nation Week in Review: Dec. 7- Dec. 14

Pau GasolKobe Bryant has returned to the lineup for the Los Angeles Lakers, but the team has yet to win a game with him in uniform.

The Lakers are now 0-3 ever since Bryant’s return, and it is clear the team is still adjusting to the new rotations. However, the team will be going up against the Charlotte Bobcats, a team that they should be able to defeat. However, in the NBA, nothing is guaranteed, and it is still unclear as to when the Lakers will win a game with Kobe.

It was a busy week for Lakers Nation, and here is a look back at the past seven days.

Lakers Nation News:

Kobe Bryant is not ready to increase his minutes. 

Bryant called Gasol’s and D’Antoni’s relationship “odd.”

Kobe believes losing a couple of pounds will help Gasol’s game. 

Gilbert Arenas thinks the Lakers will be a good fit.

Gasol is upset with D’Antoni’s coaching style. 

A security guard was charged after stealing two championship rings.

The Lakers are looking into signing Leandro Barbosa. 

Steve Blake will miss six weeks with an elbow injury.

Kobe Bryant is second in Western Conference All-Star voting. 

Pau Gasol may sign with the Memphis Grizzlies this summer.

Charles Barkley does not think the Lakers will perform well this season. 

Jordan Farmar is still far from his return.

Bryant said his return was not as bad as he expected. 

Steve Nash is having doubts about playing again.

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