Lakers Nation Week in Review: Nov. 6 – Nov. 12

The summer of the lockout has turned into the autumn of the lockout, and we’re quickly hurdling towards winter. The players and owners still have not reached an agreement, and if the players don’t accept the latest proposal from the owners things might go nuclear.

With that pleasant news out of the way let’s take a look back on the last week and recap some of the biggest stories.

Players Unlikely to Accept Current Offer: Sources say the players are lining up against the latest proposal from the owners.

LNTV Covers Kareem vs. Shaq, NBA Lockout Updates: In his new book Shaquille O’Neal called out Kareem Abdul-Jabbar; the Captain quickly responded on his Facebook page.

Ron Artest’s Back-up Name if Metta World Peace Was Taken: Ron Artest visited Dan Patrick’s radio show and revealed that he had a back-up name idea in case Metta World Peace was unavailable.

Robert Horry and the Art of Clutchness: Former Lakers forward Robert Horry is known for his uncanny ability to come through in the clutch. Here’s a look back at some of Big Shot Rob’s biggest hits.

Before and After Retirement Magic Johnson is Still Larger Than Life: This week marked the 20th anniversary of Magic Johnson’s retirement announcement that rocked the sporting world. After two decades off the court Magic is still a living legend.

Lakers Fans Dealing with the Lockout: The first episode of LNTV focuses on what fans are doing to cope with the NBA lockout.

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