Everynight, the NBA features at least 6 games, but our Cable only features one (sometimes 2) of these games every morning (with replays at night). And most of these days, I don't get to watch the Lakers on TV. It is a good thing that there are so many things on the web that allows me to catch up on a game.
NBA.Com/Lakers. Whenever I watch a Laker game live, I just go to the Lakers' website at the exact time a game is going on. There I am treated to a play-by-play text description of the game going on. It was through this facility that I saw how the Lakers won over the Warriors in a fourth quarter rally.
SBNation. After watching the play-by-play on the Lakers' website, I wait some hours to go SBNation for fan posts. Fans, unlike paid reporters, often have interesting posts. SBNation has a lot of articles that dwell on the statistics of a game and their analysis and the reactions of the fans to these. I look for the fan discussions page for some entertainment.
LA Times. The Los Angeles Times sports section is interesting too. They often post different articles on the same game, plus there are articles that contain links to other articles available on the web on the same game or on the peripherals of such a game.
Earlier I posted on a discussion on whether the computer and the internet have changed our lives. Well, this is one example of how the internet has changed my life. In the past, after a scheduled Laker game, I'll wait for the daily newspaper to tell me which team won. Sometimes the morning paper does not have an NBA report. Nowadays, I just visit the above sites.
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