Lakers Nation Week in Review: Nov. 2- Nov. 9

Steve NashThe Los Angeles Lakers are slowly getting adjusted to life without Kobe Bryant, and for the most part the team has been performing better than most had expected.

At this point the Lakers are 3-4 and perhaps the best win of the season came on the road against Dwight Howard and the Rockets on Thursday night.

Over the past week, there has been a lot going on in Lakers Nation including trade rumors, player updates and rotation changes.

Lakers Nation News:

Two former NBA stars believe Kobe Bryant will come back better than before.

Steve Nash is not considering retirement. 

Mike D’Antoni says the Lakers settled ‘into mediocrity’ after Pelicans loss.

James Worthy called out former Laker Dwight Howard. 

Pau Gasol does not have hard feeling towards Howard.

Kobe Bryant said Clippers fans are “undercover” Lakers fans. 

The NBA unveiled their Christmas Day jerseys.

Magic Johnson criticized the way Jim Buss runs the front office. 

Dwight Howard no longer wants to talk about his departure from Los Angeles.

Chris Webber does not consider Pau Gasol as an elite player. 

Steve Nash says his body is slowly recovering.

Grant Hill said Kobe Bryant was his toughest opponent. 

Kobe Bryant blacked out his Twitter picture.

Nash talked about the Lakers’ large rotation. 

Nick Young is aiming to become the Sixth Man of the Year.

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Steve Blake Game Winning Shot Over Dwight Howard And The Rockets

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