Phil Jackson and I live tweeted the NCAA Final Four game and now we are back tonight for the The NCAA Championships. The Louisville Cardinals take on The Michigan Wolverines at 6:30pm PST and Phil and I will be on Twitter watching the game. Follow along on Twitter @PhilJackson11 & @KRambis.
Dr. Jerry Buss was a true friend and inspiring mentor who helped me achieve a childhood dream of winning a NBA title, and eventually several NBA titles. I will always be thankful to Dr. Buss for the opportunities he provided me and for all he has done for the entire basketball community. He was a […]
The past few months I have been busy traveling back and forth between ESPN’s studio in Bristol and my home in Los Angeles. During this time it has been interesting to hear everyone’s opinions about how this NBA season has been playing out. There’s been a lot of talk on the blogs and twitter, and while the […]
Wishing everyone a safe and happy holidays this year, from my family to yours. In the spirit of the season, I want to share this video and I know you will hear ‘don’t drink and drive’ a lot throughout the season, but I hope this particular video entertains you as well. Any guesses as to […]
This weekend I had the honor of introducing Greg Willard as he was selected to receive the ‘Spirit of Hope’ award from the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network for his efforts to raise funds and bring awareness to pancreatic cancer research. The entire NBA family reached out to me with quotes that I want to share. […]
Thanks for visiting my newly launched website, KurtRambis.com. I’ll be updating this site with everything from my team picks to game commentary, post-game analysis and more. I’m especially looking forward to hearing from you, so feel free to send me questions and leave comments. You can also follow me on my official Facebook and Twitter . […]
Kurt Rambis is a retired American NBA Player, and former ESPN analyst. Rambis will be joining the Lakers coaching staff as Assistant Coach. His success as an NBA player started when he was signed as a free agent by the Los Angeles Lakers in 1981. Rambis spent most of his 14 seasons in the NBA with the Lakers, winning championships in […]