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#721 Japago

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Posted April 26, 2013 - 09:18 PM

So it's on Pau? lol. Tim Duncan is a HOF. possibly the greatest PF of all time. AND he's fresh. His coach got him rest. Now he's playing his best ball when it counts. Pau AND Dwight had no answer for Tim. We had no answer for the spurs. Pau could've gone for 50 and we would've lost. Pau made mistakes. Tell me what Laker didn't?

 

For the millionth time, I'm not saying he's the only problem.

 

But when you're supposed to be one of the best players on this team and one of it's leaders with Kobe out, you can't look as pathetic as he did.

 

In terms of responsibility, he's played the worst this series like he has the past 3 postseasons and most of this season.

 

I'm sick of him. He's been this way for FAR too long now.


Edited by Japago, April 26, 2013 - 09:21 PM.

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Posted April 26, 2013 - 09:20 PM

In all reality it just proves the validity of Kobe's greatness; this team is only in the playoffs because of one person, take him away and we shouldn't even be here.

QFT.


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#723 LakerGeezer

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Posted April 26, 2013 - 09:20 PM

No Spur played more than 30 minutes tonight, except for Duncan (31).  We got beat mostly by their 2nd string, by 31.


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Posted April 26, 2013 - 09:21 PM

0 points, 0 rebounds, 0 steals, 0 blocks.

Really? That's it? No mention of his floater or being able to create his own shot? Wow, great post.

Hes right though ..... that has always been the story with Goudelock. He can shoot but the second the Spurs Defended him he went what 1 for 6? He can create his shot if there is no help and he can get past his defender....

 

You want to know what actually is embarrassing to me as a Laker fan? look at the score without Morris and Goudelocks Scoring..... its pretty [expletive]ed up when you can say the 3rd string guys got no help from the starters... or bench.... MWP...... Jamison......Clark and Duhon could have all stayed home.

 

 

MWP 1 assist 0 points 0 rebounds

Jamison 0 assists 5 points 0 rebounds

Duhon  0 assists 0 points 1 rebound

Clark 1 assist 4 points 2 rebounds

Gasol 10 assists 11 points 13 rebounds (don't let the triple double fool you he played like [expletive])

 

Howard 0 assists 25 points 11 rebounds

Goudelock 1 assist 20 points 1 rebound

Morris 6 assists 24 points 2 rebounds  



#725 KjaX24

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Posted April 26, 2013 - 09:23 PM

Hes right though ..... that has always been the story with Goudelock. He can shoot but the second the Spurs Defended him he went what 1 for 6? He can create his shot if there is no help and he can get past his defender....

You want to know what actually is embarrassing to me as a Laker fan? look at the score without Morris and Goudelocks Scoring..... its pretty [expletive]ed up when you can say the 3rd string guys got no help from the starters... or bench.... MWP...... Jamison......Clark and Duhon could have all stayed home.


MWP 1 assist 0 points 0 rebounds
Jamison 0 assists 5 points 0 rebounds
Duhon 0 assists 0 points 1 rebound
Clark 1 assist 4 points 2 rebounds
Gasol 10 assists 11 points 13 rebounds (don't let the triple double fool you he played like [expletive])

Howard 0 assists 25 points 11 rebounds
Goudelock 1 assist 20 points 1 rebound
Morris 6 assists 24 points 2 rebounds




Out of all those players... I only see 2 possibly 3 being here next season

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Posted April 26, 2013 - 09:25 PM

That's not true. Some of the shots he made were open, but some he was well-guarded and he'd pump fake, go into the lane into a crowd and drop some floaters. You can't tell me all the shots he hit tonight weren't guarded and wide-open. Simply untrue. Be real please.


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#727 bfc1125roy

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Posted April 26, 2013 - 09:33 PM

It's hard for me to be upset. We literally had a DLeague backcourt playing against Parker and Ginobli, what did you expect to happen? 



#728 Japago

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Posted April 26, 2013 - 09:37 PM

It's hard for me to be upset. We literally had a DLeague backcourt playing against Parker and Ginobli, what did you expect to happen? 

 

What's funny is that our D-league backcourt were the best players for the Lakers.


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Posted April 26, 2013 - 09:43 PM

That's not true. Some of the shots he made were open, but some he was well-guarded and he'd pump fake, go into the lane into a crowd and drop some floaters. You can't tell me all the shots he hit tonight weren't guarded and wide-open. Simply untrue. Be real please.

Yes he was guarded on all of his floaters but when pop called that time out after he hit 2 threes back to back the spurs stopped leaving him open. Their coach actually made a mid game adjustment ..... must be nice.

 

What's funny is that our D-league backcourt were the best players for the Lakers.

Quoted for truth.



#730 Blizzard0fOzz

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Posted April 26, 2013 - 10:05 PM

Such a disappointment. Can't believe how this year went.



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Posted April 26, 2013 - 10:14 PM

^ Don't say that. Why are you giving up early? It's not over yet. We've got at least another game left. C'mon! Pull yourself together!


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#732 Blizzard0fOzz

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Posted April 26, 2013 - 10:23 PM

^ Don't say that. Why are you giving up early? It's not over yet. We've got at least another game left. C'mon! Pull yourself together!

 

I've been here all year long. Through all the bs, but enough is enough. Sweep or not I'm a Laker and I ain't going nowhere. Living here is San Antonio is rough. All these Spurs fans like to talk a lot of mess too. I wear my Nash and Kobe jersey no matter what. Even the biggest Lakers fans I know are saying it's over this year. We just gotta hope for the best next year.



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Posted April 26, 2013 - 10:28 PM

but enough is enough.

Okay Samuel L. Jackson.


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Posted April 27, 2013 - 03:43 AM

What a disgrace. Thanks God this [expletive]ing season is ending on Sunday.



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