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#286 Re: Lakers(9-14)at Wizards(3-16) /December 14 Fri Dec 14, 2012 9:59 pm by iamworthy
Doormatt wrote:some of you will find anything to complain about
Agree. We got the win and on top of that Meeks is showing he can be a productive player off the bench. His looks are only going to get easier once Nash comes back.
Jalen Rose on Lakers struggles,"anytime Kobe Bryant is getting assist, Steve Nash is spotting up, and D.Howard is only setting picks and getting rebounds the mix is bad...and paul gasol coming off the bench, that doesnt work."
#288 Re: Lakers(9-14)at Wizards(3-16) /December 14 Fri Dec 14, 2012 10:34 pm by deNIEd
Michael Lucky wrote:Looks like the 76ers will be without Holiday for the next game. Maybe two in a row on the road?
Don't jinx it . Cartier Martin almost went for 50 tonight so what scrubs is next for a career night, Royal Ivey? LoL
Plus Nick Young, Jason Richardson, and Evan Turner are not scrubs by any means. They are a concern.
All across the NBA, scrubs that will be guarded by Duhon, Nash, or Gasol are circling their calendars for the day after they face the Lakers...that'll be the day they go to the front office to renegotiate contracts.
#295 Re: Lakers(9-14)at Wizards(3-16) /December 14 Sat Dec 15, 2012 4:54 am by tugs
Ebanks better keep this up or even do better so I can sign him on my team.
on a serious note, Meeks played out of his mind. a couple of TOs when he started playing but that didn't rattle him. we need players who are not afraid to make decisions. and Metta played smart, taking opposing big men off the dribble.