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Lol for all the stuff that Lakers commentators are saying
"Wow what a difference two weeks can make" "This is the new Lakers, Lakers fans"
They've given up 45 points with 5 minutes left in the 2nd, and are only up by 9, when they're on their home floor against a sub par team. I don't mean to sound like I'm attacking the Lakers, because I'm a believer they'll eventually get there, but are the commentators really that proud of what they've seen in this game.
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.
Which is funny because if you could check my post history past the last 20 posts you'd see that I've been one of the lone fans (of a different team) that haven't been bashing the Lakers. I've said all along they're going to build chemistry and become a force. I was shell shocked that Brown was fired after 5 games, I thought they'd give him at least 20, which is when I predicted that Lakers would become a consistent good team.