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#541 Vipe3773

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Posted March 06, 2012 - 07:32 PM

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#542 MadSci

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Posted March 06, 2012 - 07:32 PM

Does anyone else really think there is 10,000 more points in Kobe Bryants Laker career?

Can you really watch Kobe in his slow decline...

Kobe has a game like maybe 1 out of every 10 games?
Each year it will happen more often...


Can you imagine 5 more years of Diminishing Kobe returns?
WASTING the prime of Bynum because he not only does not want to give Bynum the ball, but more importantly, he does not want to share the glory...


There is NO COACH who can coach Kobe...

Except one...
Ringing Montana


Thats the play they drew up, it was for Kobe, Mike needs to take control and draw a play out for drew or whoever else, if you tell kobe take the last shot, he's going to take the last shot, thats who he is.

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Posted March 06, 2012 - 07:32 PM

Why is it whenever Kobe goes on a run people say "he's still got it" he has one bad game and "he's declining, he's uncoachable" seriously people I've never seen people overreact so much.



Because it is all true.

he still has it.
He is declining
He is just about uncoachable



It is all true in varrying degrees

#544 Majesty

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Posted March 06, 2012 - 07:33 PM

Who else on the team is supposed to contribute on offense though? Metta World Peace has been declining before Mike Brown joined the Lakers. Everybody else on the team has never really been great contributors on offense.

I think Mike Brown is getting what he can from the Lakers, which isn't much.



Achilles injuries can do that to you when you're dealing with them through an entire season like he did last year, this year he started out out of shape and is coming back around into form, and his defensive plays near the end is part of the reason the Lakers even made it to overtime.


Problem is whenever Fisher has one of those 2 point nights. Last 3 games he's gotten from around 8-10+ points a game, today it was 2 and he's possibly injured.

So when our PG's whether they be blake or Fisher do not score we have issues. We need at least 5-7 points from our PGs whether Fish or Blake to for suredly win.

Because it is all true.

he still has it.
He is declining
He is just about uncoachable



It is all true in varrying degrees


No, people just make it true to occurrence whenever the Lakers either win or lose, and they flip flop it accordingly. If the Lakers went on a 10 games winning streak people would be calling for him to be in the MVP race, if the Lakers lost their 11th game, they'd say Kobe is on the way out. People need to stick with one opinion instead of constantly changing it to make themselves 'right'.

Edited by Majesty, March 06, 2012 - 07:35 PM.

 

I've always liked Steve Blake.

 


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Posted March 06, 2012 - 07:33 PM

This is why we lost

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shooting 26 times and only scoring 22 points :smh:

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Posted March 06, 2012 - 07:34 PM

It concerns me the way the Lakers play on the road. Now, i'm even more concerned whoever they play. Even against the worst teams in the NBA since they just lost to the Pistons. Sign Gil and trade for Bease now, Mitch!
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Posted March 06, 2012 - 07:34 PM

Who else on the team is supposed to contribute on offense though besides Kobe, Andrew, and Pau? Metta World Peace has been declining before Mike Brown joined the Lakers. Everybody else on the team has never really been great contributors on offense.

I think Mike Brown is getting what he can from the Lakers, which isn't much.


I agree with that but the Lakers bench was [expletive]ty before Mike Brown got here and it's a shame they haven't done anything about it besides trade our entire bench (LO)

and it's no secret that offense isn't mike brown's strong-suit
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Posted March 06, 2012 - 07:34 PM

Thats the play they drew up, it was for Kobe, Mike needs to take control and draw a play out for drew or whoever else, if you tell kobe take the last shot, he's going to take the last shot, thats who he is.


Coach has got to RIP into kobe for that last shot.
he took TWO TERRIBLE shots, god awful shots, shots that people would take in NBK2K if they did not know the game, or the buttons.


And he will not.

Be cause Coach Brown respects Kobe more then Kobe respects Coach Brown

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Posted March 06, 2012 - 07:36 PM

Get a point guard... honestly

#550 Majesty

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Posted March 06, 2012 - 07:37 PM

Coach has got to RIP into kobe for that last shot.
he took TWO TERRIBLE shots, god awful shots, shots that people would take in NBK2K if they did not know the game, or the buttons.


And he will not.

Be cause Coach Brown respects Kobe more then Kobe respects Coach Brown


Mike Brown has ripped into Kobe countless times. Kobe has even said that he appreciates it because he wanted a coach with that mentality and want to win.

NO ONE is safe when it comes to blame in Mike Brown's system. He's as no nonsense as they get as a coach so don't expect him to NOT tear into anyone when they screw up, including Kobe.

Get a point guard... honestly



If we have no 2nd scorer off the bench a new PG will do diddly in the long run.

I know it's a marvelous fantasy to imagine getting this PG that's gonna see when people are open and they'll make all their open shots. What people need to realize is that most PG's they are impressed have consistent shooters around them. The Lakers have inconsistent shooters like Murphy and Goudelock so when it comes down to it, we need a 2nd consistent scorer on the bench BEFORE we need a PG. Beasley is a good fit for that.

Edited by Majesty, March 06, 2012 - 07:39 PM.

 

I've always liked Steve Blake.

 


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Posted March 06, 2012 - 07:37 PM

maybe that was the best play mike brown could draw up. lol
Pau Gasol is TRASH

#552 MadSci

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Posted March 06, 2012 - 07:37 PM

Coach has got to RIP into kobe for that last shot.
he took TWO TERRIBLE shots, god awful shots, shots that people would take in NBK2K if they did not know the game, or the buttons.


And he will not.

Be cause Coach Brown respects Kobe more then Kobe respects Coach Brown


thats true, those looks were horrible, but at the same time were talking about Kobe so to him it probably wasnt idk

Coach Brown has too, but he wont..

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Posted March 06, 2012 - 07:38 PM

Does anyone else really think there is 10,000 more points in Kobe Bryants Laker career?

Can you really watch Kobe in his slow decline...

Kobe has a game like maybe 1 out of every 10 games?
Each year it will happen more often...


Can you imagine 5 more years of Diminishing Kobe returns?
WASTING the prime of Bynum because he not only does not want to give Bynum the ball, but more importantly, he does not want to share the glory...


There is NO COACH who can coach Kobe...

Except one...
Ringing Montana


Andrew Bynum got 5-7 more shots tonight then he occasionally does... I have no idea what your talking about. Compared to most Centers in the game, Andrew Bynum takes a pretty good amount of shots, especially even though he has a player like Pau Gasol at his wing. In Shaq's prime and along side basically no great PF, togehter had averaged about 24-25 shots per game(This being the most dominant Center in the game). Andrew and Pau combine for about 23 attempts, which isn't that bad. In the 3-peat Kobe would attempt about 17 shots, now he attempts 23.

Reguardless of how things went in the past... The greatest Center in the game today which is Dwight only averages about 13 shots a game, and Bynum averages 11... Dwight Howard doesn't even have a strong PF next to him and still only gets 13 looks... Research a little and you'll see that Gasol and Bynum actually get a [expletive]...LOAD of touches.

Edited by lakers1o1, March 06, 2012 - 07:40 PM.

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Posted March 06, 2012 - 07:40 PM

maybe that was the best play mike brown could draw up. lol


Kobe had a bad game, he has them more frequently than ever. We are lucky we have Pau and Bynum or this team would be lottery.

#555 Majesty

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Posted March 06, 2012 - 07:40 PM

thats true, those looks were horrible, but at the same time were talking about Kobe so to him it probably wasnt idk

Coach Brown has too, but he wont..


It's funny watching all these people who think Mike Brown won't tear into Kobe when he's done it countless times to the point Kobe has commended him for it :laughing: Mike Brown ain't a soft nor quiet coach.

Edited by Majesty, March 06, 2012 - 07:40 PM.

 

I've always liked Steve Blake.

 


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Posted March 06, 2012 - 07:40 PM

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#557 TKainZero

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Posted March 06, 2012 - 07:41 PM

Bynum just needs to go on a tear...


Can Kobe take a Backseat to Bynum?
Not forever...
Just possibly on some night...

Like tonight...

Why could Bynum not get 20 plus shots on some nights!
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And Kobe has a problem with him...

Pau can accept being the #3 guy on the Lakers to win.

Can Kobe accept being number 2... JUST on some nights?
I do not think so...

What if Kobe-Bynum starts to turn into Shaq-Kobe


Winning makes people happy...
Losing...


Well...


We just need a PG... without giving up Pau or Bynum

#558 Japago

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Posted March 06, 2012 - 07:42 PM

I agree with that but the Lakers bench was [expletive]ty before Mike Brown got here and it's a shame they haven't done anything about it besides trade our entire bench (LO)

and it's no secret that offense isn't mike brown's strong-suit


Yeah. I'm just saying talent is more to blame than Mike Brown. I'm not really a huge fan of him, but it's not like the same players were putting up numbers with Phil Jackson either. The new players on the Lakers weren't good on the team they were in before the Lakers either.

So overall, I don't see any player where Mike Brown is getting much less offensive production than he should be.

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#559 lakers1o1

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Posted March 06, 2012 - 07:42 PM

When Kobe hits the game tying shot, every fan mentions he is the best and is still clutch. Although when the Lakers end up losing, its all his fault! ( :

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#560 Dwight N' Kobe

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Posted March 06, 2012 - 07:43 PM

I think Kobe took that bad shot expecting a foul or maybe to get two tries at a 3(which they got).




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