Ron Artest’s List Of Top NBA Players & The Top NBA News

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NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 13: Ron Artest attends an after party following the 'Home & Home' concert at the 40 / 40 Club on September 13, 2010 in New York City. (Photo by Theo Wargo/Getty Images)


Ron Artest released his own rankings for the best players in the NBA. At number one, he placed his teammates Kobe Bryant, and at number two, Artest put Kevin Durant.  When asked were does LeBron rank on his list, Artest said he only counts to “two.”  Artest also believes the top off season move was not the signing of the “Big Three,” but it was actually Kevin Durant signing an extension with the Thunder.  The trash-talk has begun…. let the rivalry begin!

Ron Artest has Kobe Bryant and Kevin Durant as the top two players in the NBA: ESPN Los Angeles

The Latest on the Lakers

Lakers’ Practice Report for October 15th, 2010.  So far, Shannon Brown has been impressing the Lakers’ coaching staff and may see an increase in minutes due to the several injuries the team is facing. [Lakers.com BasketBlog]

Sasha Vujacic suffered a concussion in practice when he collided with Lamar Odom, and is out indefinitely. [Lakers.com BasketBlog]

NBA Pre-Season Results from Thursday, October 14th, 2010

Magic-86 – Bobcats-73

Bucks-96 – Wizards-88

Cavliers-106 – Spurs-80

Grizzlies-110 – LAB-105

Thudner-97 – MOS-89

Jazz-108 – Suns-97

Nuggets-100 – Clippers-95

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