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#1 ogarte24



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Posted December 24, 2008 - 11:56 PM

There's too much at stake.

If we can't stop the spread of infection, who else would?

The Boston Celtics are on the verge of greatness. The Los Angeles Lakers meanwhile, oh, are still on the way.

Boston was already off to the best start for a single season in NBA history, winning 27 of their first 29 games.

Kevin Garnett and company also is trying to vie for their franchise best 20th consecutive win during the Christmas clash of the 2008 NBA finalists, and leaders of their respective conferences.

Nine-time champion and current Laker instructor Phil Jackson on the other hand would attempt to obtain his 1000th victory as head coach. Boston ironically stands on the way to prevent him from reaching the milestone. It was quite peculiar it would have to come from the hands of their fiercest rivals from Beantown.

Who has the upperhand?

A firm resolve to repeat? Or a staggering motivation that thirsts for righteous vindication?

Will it be redemption? Or mastery?

Two teams. One compelling story.

Lakers vs. Celtics

Let the elbows fly!!!

#2 Guest_Chicano_*


Posted December 25, 2008 - 03:39 AM

I like your energy man. Positive vibes, good vibrations, ftw! :rock:

#3 kobynum


    Panic eliminator

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Posted December 25, 2008 - 09:40 AM

i love that...give it to LT
Again - this team, as currently constructed won't make it out of the second round of the playoffs, let alone the West or win the Finals.---fido on 2011 Lakers

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