eablinksum wrote:inquisitive wrote:D12 elbowed Asik in the head.
When he came down his hand hit his nose.
CB-Blazer wrote:Woodsanity wrote:Heats_Finest wrote:Lakers getting some hometown cooking.
- Kobe Bryant obviously wasn't shooting and was just doing what he did because he knew the intentional foul was coming, they stopped calling those last year, not sure why he got it tonight.
- Pau Gasol obviously pushes Patrick Patterson in the back, yet they allow it and he scores from it.
Lakers have had a soft as warm butter schedule so far, can't wait 'till they start playing some better teams, who have they played? San Antonio, is that it?
They played some good teams like the Clippers and Spurs but they haven't beaten a team that wasn't a projected lottery team.
Isn't it funny how Heat fans said their team needs time to mesh, yet they don't afford that to other teams?
Heat fans seem to take up any chance to bring down a team that they think might ruin their repeat chances.
twix2500 wrote:If Lebron went to NY and Melo to Miami, Melo would have a trophy and Lebron would not.
Tiesto_Lakers wrote:The more I watch basketball, the more I realize that Kobe, in his absolute prime (2006-2008), was a top 2 player of all-time, only second to Jordan.
fallacy wrote:Just got back from the Thunder game. I guess I can tell my kids that I was there when Kevin Durant got his first career triple double
Volcano wrote:Houston's D is atrocious
Tirion wrote:does kobe bathe in a blood of virgins or something?
how the **** is he still so quick and explosive off the bounce?
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