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#41 popo

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Posted January 30, 2009 - 07:59 PM

Jefferson takes way too many outside shots, Drew easily has a better post game.
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Posted January 30, 2009 - 08:00 PM

Jefferson takes way too many outside shots, Drew easily has a better post game.

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Posted January 30, 2009 - 08:05 PM

i really like jeffereson footwork in the post though like his spins, up and unders, and i really like that floater he does ... but bynum is the perfect center for us though and hes only 21
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Posted January 30, 2009 - 08:07 PM

Jefferson has better moves


Watch Bynum's footwork. No young big man has his footwork with his back to the basket. That is what you look for in a big man.
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Posted January 30, 2009 - 08:09 PM

i really like jeffereson footwork in the post though like his spins, up and unders, and i really like that floater he does ... but bynum is the perfect center for us though and hes only 21


bynum is more a tim duncan type of player while al jefferson mirrors players like carlos boozer and has a tiny karl malone in him not much but there is some of it in there
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Posted January 30, 2009 - 08:15 PM

He SHOULD be our 1st option. By the end of this season, and into the playoffs, Bynum will be THE BEST Laker.


your 2 years ahead of yourself

kobe is the best player on the planet so to say bynum will be the best laker is saying he will be the best player on the planet which is highly unlikely.

should we go to him if hes around in the playoffs? yes should he be the first person to touch the ball in the halfcourt? yes is he our #1 option? no

hes playing great but remember 2 weeks ago he was not playing great so lets wait till we see a night in night out basis from him.

he is definately balling right now moreso than ever before he looks much better than he did pre injury last season

i'm telling you history has repeated itself

kobes got his own kobe now a young prodigy that we'll hopefully be comparing to tim duncan while other fans say how dumb we are
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Posted January 30, 2009 - 08:19 PM

Yes he should, but Kobe is both a ball and starling hog


are you playing around in this thread or just being annoying because your posts sound a little too excited
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Posted January 30, 2009 - 08:21 PM

are you playing around in this thread or just being annoying because your posts sound a little too excited



I'm hoping it's the former but unfortunately, he's coming across as the latter.

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Posted January 30, 2009 - 08:24 PM

are you playing around in this thread or just being annoying because your posts sound a little too excited

don't really care

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Posted January 30, 2009 - 08:25 PM

your 2 years ahead of yourself

kobe is the best player on the planet so to say bynum will be the best laker is saying he will be the best player on the planet which is highly unlikely.

should we go to him if hes around in the playoffs? yes should he be the first person to touch the ball in the halfcourt? yes is he our #1 option? no

hes playing great but remember 2 weeks ago he was not playing great so lets wait till we see a night in night out basis from him.

he is definately balling right now moreso than ever before he looks much better than he did pre injury last season

i'm telling you history has repeated itself

kobes got his own kobe now a young prodigy that we'll hopefully be comparing to tim duncan while other fans say how dumb we are


I'm just a traditionalist. You have a center who shoots 56-60%, he should get the most shots. Shove the ball into Bynum's hands, and things open up for Kobe like tonight.
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Posted January 30, 2009 - 08:25 PM

I'm hoping it's the former but unfortunately, he's coming across as the latter.

I was looking at your post for about 5 minutes and i just figured out you think I'm annoying

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Posted January 30, 2009 - 08:26 PM

Kobe draws all the attention, so it's easier for Bynum to score...
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Posted January 30, 2009 - 08:26 PM

I'm hoping it's the former but unfortunately, he's coming across as the latter.


Hang out here Angela. Your takes are always welcome. ;)
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Posted January 30, 2009 - 08:29 PM

Kobe draws all the attention, so it's easier for Bynum to score...


Which I think is great for Bynum's development. I'm excited about his growth because that increases our chances of dominance and winning more championships but I don't see him becoming a first option just yet. I am VERY pleased with his play as of late.

Hang out here Angela. Your takes are always welcome. ;)


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Posted January 30, 2009 - 08:30 PM

first option, second option, who cares?
Pau doesn't care, Kobe doesn't care, all they care about is the chip.
They won't get the chip w/o having Bynum confident. They're force feeding
him to get him confident, that's all it is.
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Posted January 30, 2009 - 08:30 PM

Which I think is great for Bynum's development. I'm excited about his growth because that increases our chances of dominance and winning more championships but I don't see him becoming a first option just yet. I am VERY pleased with his play as of late.



Aww thanks. I tend to lurk around the basketball forums on here :) I'll post more, I promise :D

I have a question, what happens if you were to report some one :shifty:

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Posted January 30, 2009 - 08:32 PM

I have a question, what happens if you were to report some one :shifty:



the moderators look at it to see if it's a valid report.
i reported a celtics fan before...
it wasn't enough of a case to get him banned.

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Posted January 30, 2009 - 08:32 PM

I have a question, what happens if you were to report some one :shifty:



The mods would get it. Depending on how the configured it, they'd get the report in a PM or in an email. They then would investigate.

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Posted January 30, 2009 - 08:39 PM

I'm just a traditionalist. You have a center who shoots 56-60%, he should get the most shots. Shove the ball into Bynum's hands, and things open up for Kobe like tonight.


i agree and kobe is the first one who passes the ball inside one of the few its not kobe its the other guys who chuck and shoot or hold the ball for 22 seconds and then pass it to kobe to bail them out

if it were up to me i would go to bynum and pau early and then have kobe tear them up in the 4th while still giving the ball inside in the halfcourt sets.

i think hes developing into one of those rare automatic scorers in the post his hook is flawless and his footwork is precise but at this point i don't think hes a feature guy conditioning or consistency wise yet

and look i agree this isn't last year where the bulk of his scores came from lobs and drive and dishes for dunks. this year hes become a legitimate post scorer which he wasn't last year hes become a guy who can be gone to for a period of time but not for a extended period of time.

i do think bynum is as good if not better statistically than howard or jefferson if he was the feature guy starting now but considering the beginning of the year he wasn't playing well its still out there if hes on a hotstreak or this is the beginning of something kobe great like what we saw beginning in 2000 with kobe
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Posted January 30, 2009 - 08:39 PM

The mods would get it. Depending on how the configured it, they'd get the report in a PM or in an email. They then would investigate.

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I'm going to report JErry, he has too many profile views, THERE NEEDS TO BE AN INVESTIGATION!




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