Thursday, August 21, 2014
Postgame

Postgame

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Literally – the Lakers gave away this game. With 2:08 min left in the fourth quarter, the visitors holding a 7-point lead, and the...

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It happened in the exact opposite way of what we hoped, and it was exactly as bad as we feared it would be. That...

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It’s not supposed to come easily. Otherwise, what would be the point, right? After wasting two chances to close out this series with Denver,...

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If the Lakers wanted to eliminate themselves from the post-season, they should have done it earlier. Get swept. Don’t tease your fans with back-to-back...

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….and Kobe Bryant’s efforts were enormous. They always are. One thing we’ve learned to appreciate about Bryant is that no matter how bad a...

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The Lakers’ last two shots were a pair of three pointers from two of their point guards in the final minute of the game,...

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Note to Andrew Bynum: It’s okay to participate in the game before halftime. Otherwise, you’re just a late arrival to Party McGee. Note to Kobe...

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It would have been ignorant and delusional to think that the Denver Nuggets would just lay down and succumb to the Lakers after their...

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“Note to self,” Andrew Bynum told Lisa Salters after the game, “the more I play D, the better we’ll be.” And if today’s effort...

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Tonight’s game was so meaningless, not even Lawrence Tanter and James Worthy made it to the pre-game show on KCAL 9. The Lakers had...

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This is the first time we can say it this season – the Lakers cruised past their opponent. They actually cruised. They started the...

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We expected San Antonio would play much better than the last time these two teams met. We expected Tony Parker, Tim Duncan and Manu...

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First-round match-up? Possibly, and who would mind it? After getting embarrassed by Dallas in last season’s playoffs, the Lakers exacted (albeit less major in magnitude) some form of revenge in this regular season series sweep of the Mavericks. Don’t think for a minute that second round a year ago has dropped from the Lakers’ minds. Kobe Bryant never forgets, and neither do these Lakers. Despite playing without Bryant for the fifth game in a row, the Lakers have made their captain proud. It wasn’t a blowout. It was, in fact, a difficult game to get through.

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It’s been like clockwork for these Lakers this season. They get an impressive win, and then follow it up with a stinker. After besting...

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