Posts tagged LakerStats
Sorry it’s been a while (well ok a long while) since Lakerstats statistics have been updated, but unfortunately real life got in the way of keeping everything current. But as you can see we’re slowly getting last season updated and within the next few weeks we should be totally up to date. We got several emails asking us if we were still updating the site, and the answer is “yes,” it’s just been a little harder the last year or so. Appreciate hearing from those of you who do actually use these stats from time to time. Glad to know they are useful. Thanks!
For 11 years we never really saw the need to be on the social network sites, although we do post some of the box score info on Twitter from time to time. But in an effort to get the word out there about our site and the resource it can be to those Lakers fans who like stats and want to visit a site that focuses only on the Lakers, we thought it would be wise to be on all the social media sites including Facebook. We would appreciate it if you would like our page there as we work to build awareness of the site. Thank you so much!
So it’s been a while since we updated Lakerstats with everything after the conclusion of the 2011-12 season, but as of today, all stats and information are 100% up-to-date.
In celebration of the all the incredible acquisitions that Mitch Kupchak and the front office made in the offseason, which included Dwight Howard and Steve Nash, we have updated the web site title banner in honor of these monumental moves.
In addition to Nash and Howard, the Lakers also signed former All-Star Antawn Jamison, sharp-shooter Jodie Meeks, guard Chris Duhon, and forward Earl Clark from Orlando in the DH12 trade. In fact the Lakers have just three players on their roster who were with the team when they beat Boston for the title in 2010, Kobe Bryant, Pau Gasol, and Metta World Peace. It’s definitely a new chapter this season, one that hopefully ends with the franchise’s 17th NBA championship!
We’re also going to get the rest of the site updated this year to the correct look. Some of the old stat pages still have the old web site’s layout, but that will be fixed. It’s just a big process to convert those pages over, but we will get them uniform very soon.
If you have any questions or comments, feel free to email us at email@example.com. Thank you for your support, and here’s to a very special season for the Los Angeles Lakers in 2012-13!