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Did you really expect anything else tonight? How this Clippers team has 9 wins, I don’t know. The Lakers took advantage of the short-handed Clippers in all facets. They shot 54% from the field, compared to 39% by the Clippers. Imagine what the score would have been if the Clippers didn’t grab 18 offensive rebounds.

The Lakers also only had 14 turnovers, which sadly is good for them. The Lakers hit 10 threes on the night, mostly from Luke and Sasha. It was just a great all around team effort tonight as the Lakers got 30 assists on their way to a 21 point rout. Now, the bests of the night…

bynumdunk.jpgTop 3 Laker performers:

1) Kobe had 32 points, 8 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 steal, 1 block, and shot a good percentage. Only downer was his 4 turnovers. His +/- was 31 points tonight for the Lakers.

2) Bynum had 14 points on 7-9 shooting. He also had 9 boards, 3 assists, and 6 blocks! Held Kaman to 6-19 FG’s.

3) Luke finally didn’t make me want to puke. 6-6 FG’s including 3 three pointers. He also had 0 turnovers in 26 minutes. Great game Luke.

Lakers Smush of the Day (Note: STD denotes the Laker that played the poorest):

I can’t really find a Laker that played awful tonight. Maybe Mihm was the worst. He has 1-3 and had 3 rebounds in 14 minutes.

Key play of the game: Fisher’s oop to Bynum!

What to look for next game: A tough game. This isn’t the same team we blew out a couple weeks back. Should be a fun one. Game is Tuesday night @ 5:30 PM.

  • gugy

    good game.
    Where is Artest?

  • http://www.lakers.com Billy Kupchak

    shut up, ok?

  • http://hhb PHANT0M

    Co-sign kupchack..

    This character about artest is insolent and dumb 2 the 5th power

  • http://hzmdesigns.com hZm

    I missed this game tonight.

    Thanks for the recap Steve!

  • gugy

    Are you talking to me Billy,
    If so, F•ck you!

  • LA_LAKER FAN

    i feel bad for crit. he’s always ready to play and just sits there, send him to the defenders give him some playing time there he will ball everyone in the d-leauge

    o and good game kobe injury? 32 points on a grion wow thats all i have to say

  • DeepFrost

    easy there, Billy & gugy :) what’s with the beef, people?(

  • http://thelakersnation.com kb24 4life

    good game , kobe`s 3 pointer in the fourth quarter was very far from the basket but he was in the building so no impossible shot for him…

  • http://thelakersnation.com kb24 4life

    kobe is enjoying every moment here in LA.

  • LakersFirst (Change) (Close)

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    Arest is up in Sacramento with his team. Don’t you know that?

  • Rpoc

    Kobe was mostly shooting jumpers and fadeaways than eyeing for the hole tonight.

    Bynum is really something unique. A young big man who made such major strides in such a short period of time when he looked completely raw coming in. In his first summer pro league game, he looked like a fraking reject. He was too weak to dunk, no post moves, and entirely mechanical. He kept tripping on his moves. So embarrassing to watch.

    Great players who have made such huge strides in a short time when they played organized basketball at a late age than most that come to mind are Duncan and Hakeem.

    Duncan was a swimmer originally and Hakeem came from Nigeria. Duncan, especially was really awkward and mechanical that you wonder how he can even play basketball. He still looks ugly and mechanical but he gets it done.

    If Bynum chose to stay at a solid college, it’s not as much of reach now he could have been walking the same path as those two and ended up as a top pick.

    Pete Newell made a point when he said Bynum was one of the fastest improving players at his camp.

  • jack

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    You feel bad for Crit. Commn’ this is a winning rotaion right here. I have alwas said and will continue to say that Sasha and Farmer are better than Critt. When this is working, let’s let Critt learn more from players getting minutes. You guys see that special something in Critt, (the smush parker like), but I see that assist from Farmer to Bynum and that 3 from Sasha to seal the deal in the 4th. commn’ guys wake up your eyes, reality is this. btw, why would Kobe play today? What if…… eheh. jst kiddin

  • ab4sure

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    Sasha is better than Critt??? Someone needs to pray for your eyesight.

  • dj matt20

    jack your hilarious…no offense but i have to agree with ab4sure. critt>sasha because he actually has talent unlike sasha. i have to agree that he understands the system more then critt so why have critt in instead. i’m sure next season critt will get more playing time once sasha is a free agent. haha

  • dj matt20

    jack your hilarious…no offense but i have to agree with ab4sure. critt>sasha because he actually has talent unlike sasha. i have to agree that he understands the system more then critt so why have critt in instead. i’m sure next season critt will get more playing time once sasha is a free agent. haha

  • Neo-Laker Era

    Man you guys need to give Sasha credit. I agree that he is not the most athletic guy on the court, but he plays his a-s-s off when he’s in, and he’s not afraid to take shots. He is one of the best shooters on this team, and the guy isn’t afraid to drive in and get contact either. If you notice, he’s starting to get a few more (though not many) calls in his favor when he attacks since he is doing it more often. Sasha’s get-under-your-skin defense is fun to watch. He gets quite a few fouls when he guards players like Bibby, but I honestly think that’s what he means to do: frustrate the players. He can ruin their rythm. His confidence is sky-high right now, and he’s hitting a lot of big shots for us. Yes, he misses shots, but so does Kobe.

    As for Critt, Sasha > Critt AT THE MOMENT. There is no reason why in the future Critt shouldn’t surpass many NBA players, but for right now, Sasha is getting the job DONE. Critt will have his time, oh yes, he will. With the way Farmar and Sasha are playing, I don’t see him in the rotation any time soon (unless injuries come into play). Just remember, as I said, Critt will get his.

    Way to go Sasha, coming through in the fourth quarter for us tonight.

  • jack

    uhmm.. i understnad Critt is young and learning and he dribbles the ball backwards pretty good, but ya’ll are judging this guy with his preseason games. Let him do something in a real game first, then I will appreciate Java. But you guys need to know that Sasha is young and learning too. He is a big part of terrific second unit we have. Java is not getting any time, at least for right now. He did played 5 minutes and some change today, but did nothing.

    May be, may be Java is a future all star, franchise guard and all that, but we cannot live on guesses. We cannot say a guy who played good in college is the future Laker hall of famer. On the other hand, Sasha isn’t either. BUT, Sasha is playing better than Java right now, and that is WHY Sasha plays more minute and does a better job playing in there. At the end of the day, we look at stats, not talent, not predictions, not fancy dribbles, isn’t it?

    p.s. I earlier said I like Farmer and Sasha over Critt, not just Sasha. Laker fans understand this: everyone is talking about how deep Lakers bench is. Sasha, Farmer are huge part of this fact. No body knows J- Critt. I mean literally NOBODY, (except few ppls in Los Angels and Lakersnation and oh, NCAAA basketball). NBA analysts at least know Sasha as part of strong Lakers bench.

    I am however, not challenging Critt’s future. What he’s got later on: I don’t know. I am talking about right now, right now. We as Laker fans should be proud of our awesome second unit, not complain about some rookie not getting playing time.

  • lakerfan81

    “Great players who have made such huge strides in a short time when they played organized basketball at a late age than most that come to mind are Duncan and Hakeem.

    Duncan was a swimmer originally and Hakeem came from Nigeria. Duncan, especially was really awkward and mechanical that you wonder how he can even play basketball. He still looks ugly and mechanical but he gets it done.”

    Well first off, Duncan is the most fundamentally sound player in the league. He has the best footwork of any post player in the league, probably the best since

  • lakerfan81

    Oops that went up before I finished writing it…

    Olajuwon and Ewing. I don’t understand why you say hes ugly and mechanical.

    THe difference between Duncan and Bynum learning at such a young age is that Duncan had 4 years in college to learn. Bynum has to learn while being in the spotlight playing against the best basketball players in the world.

  • MIKE SANDERS

    If Phil gives Critt some playing time you’ll see why we know he has something specail. Sasha and Farmer are not better, but your right it’s not his time yet.

  • ab4sure

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    RIGHT NOW Critt is better than Sasha. Critt is not playing because in PJ’s words he is “Sheltering” the Critter. We all also know that PJ doesn’t play rookie’s much. You will “see” later on.

  • kobe-wan kenobi

    Duncan is ugly to watch
    i agree
    there is a reason why nobody watches the spurs finals..;.
    he is great, but he aint shawn kemp in terms of showtime!!!

  • iLL

    Critt is not better than Sasha. Critt is definitely not better than Farmar. Come on now guys, he’s barely played any important minutes yet.

    Like people have mentioned… sure Critt may have better “potential”… he’s lightning fast… seems to have decent court vision and with the lack of playing time and experience (especially within the Lakers Triangle system)… you guys can’t serious say he’s “better” at this point can you?

    Sure, Sasha can be pretty much of a bum sometimes. His game isn’t pretty. He won’t wow you with Critt’s “and1″ type crossovers or do those amazing jason williams “white chocolate” type passes… but remember guys… Sasha is a Shooting guard. He’s basically Kobe’s backup and isn’t AS bad as you guys make him out to be.
    Statistically, he’s having his best year.

    - 45% FG. 39% 3pt. 91% FT. On defense… may not be top tier.. but is annoying as f*ck.

    I used to really dislike Sasha… he was a moron and played horribly. Now he is still a moron but is at least half decent.

    Critt is absolutely not better than Mr. Jordan Farmar though. Farmar is a smart, intelligent player that directs the team with good communication. You can tell by the way he’s been mic-ed up for some Lakers game on national TV. This guy really is vocal on the court and is a leader type player… courtesy of his UCLA days. You guys know we need shooters… especially people to hit the rotating 3pt shot. At the top of the Lakers list in 3pt percentage are Vladimir and Farmar at 42%. This guy has heart… he has the defensive intensity (unfortunately not the size and absolute quickness… but that’s another story), the intelligence, and the shooting that are really helping the Lakers out right now.

    And at the end of the day… this shooting that I praise would easily be given up for a Jason Kidd. Come to L.A. Kidd! :)

  • ab4sure

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    How would you know if Critt was better or not? Even you said he has barely played any minutes. Sasha’s a decent player and just because Critt is getting alittle hype here doesn’t discount Sasha’s ability, but Sasha is no where near as good as Critt. Sasha is just holding the position of back-up guard for Critt. I have seen Critt play many games and you in the future will see that Critt is Legit!!!

  • T.A.

    Critt, Kwame, and 1st round pick for KIDD

    1st unit-
    Kidd
    Kobe
    Odom
    Turiaf
    Bynum

    2nd unit-
    Farmar
    Fish
    Walton
    Vlad
    Mihm

    Still got Ariza/Sasha off the bench

  • lakerfan81

    T.A. that was such a dumb trade for any number of reasons (the first being it doesn’t work financially). Stop the Kidd talk. Kidd is not going to get traded to the Lakers unless Bynum is going, that simple.

  • MIKE SANDERS

    Sasha is a shooting point guard that cannot pass. He has stated on a number of occasions that he is a point guard playing the two. He is a one trick pony. I don’t care if he runs the triangle flawlessly, He is no where near as talented as J-Critt. He lives and dies by his jump shot, if he is not scoring he is not effective. He is constantly a defensive liability, and a very poor decision maker. This is his last contract year as a Laker and if/when he’s gone we won’t miss him. He will be quickly forgotten about. I understand your point of view on experience but sometimes raw talent is enough to change the outcome of a game.

  • mfoz

    I was at the game, courtside, last night and the only thing of note was that Kobe wasn’t passing it to Bynum on several occasions and finally near the end of the second quarter Bynum flipped out and Odom had to restrain him. He was pissed at Kobe. I think it is good that he is fired up and wants the ball, but I also worry about Kobe and Bynum’s relationship. Time will tell.

  • mp or mplakers

    hey mike sanders and all of you sasha haters

    don’t you guys ever notice that when vlad rad is cold, sasha is hot and vice versa..those two are a combination of one efficient shooter…with kobe’s talent and bynum’s type of play WE ABSOLUTELY NEED VLAD AND SASHA TO HIT THE OUTSIDE CONSISTENTLY…albeit they switch off on who is effective and who is not. hopefully, they will both be consistent soon…and watch sasha during the games…he puts up more defensive effort than vlad rad everytime. EVERYTIME. those two are more consistent on the outside jumpers than lamar odumb and FLUKE walton. i’m not saying they are better players BUT, they are certainly better shooters and THE TEAM NEEDS SHOOTERS to relieve the centers and for KOBE to kick out to when he gets triple teamed.

  • ab4sure

    no one on this thread is hating on sasha, they are just saying critt is a better player than sasha. Sasha is a good bench player and he contributes like last night. So stop putting words in people’s mouth.

  • MIKE SANDERS

    I guess your right, with the offense the Lakers run they do need there shooters. Which is probably the reason for the amount of minutes Sasha gets now. I don’t hate him and may have been a little harsh earlier, but I realize what our players can and can not do. Luke and Odom are passer, Sasha and Vlade are shooters, everyone has there role and or limits. The sooner we stop looking for more out of these Players (breakout years etc.) the sooner we’ll fully understand exactly what or who we need to improve as a team, via J-Critt.

  • mplakers

    hey ab4sure,

    i know one thing that goes in your mouth and that’s “for sure”…hahaha!…when i said “hating on sasha” that was a figure of speech. i guess i gotta clarify everytime i write something like that because i didn’t know there were people as dumb as you are on here. i’ll make sure to write more concrete for your hardhead next time. thanks for the heads up.

    last time i checked, phil is a future hall of fame coach. the fact that he INSERTS sasha in close games (and that he does not insert him in your mouth…lol)says alot about what the HALL OF FAME COACH thinks about who will be more effective between j crittenton and sasha.

    that’s a hall of fame coach…’nuff said.

  • ab4sure

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    Does MP stand for Multiple personalities??? There are drugs out there for you. First of all, you don’t need to clarify, you just need to know the definition of the words you use. As far as basketball talent is concerned I don’t know if you can play any ball but you definitely can’t judge any talent. I suggest you take basketball 101 from Tex Winter. He will teach you a few things and he also will tell you Critt is a much better player than Critt. BTW that hall of fame coach in his own words said he is “sheltering” Critt. Get a dictionary to find the definition, i don’t have time to wipe your a$$!!!! LMAO

  • ab4sure

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    correction critt is better than sasha

  • http://Farmers.com Jcritt.=star

    i believe java is much better than sasha and farmer. The way he runs the floor, shoots, penetrates, and finishes are the traits that will define him as an all star in the future. However, i have to give some props to sasha, great shooting kid!

  • BEC

    Crit is clearly physically and athletically better and much more talented than Sasha and Farmar. But Farmar and Sasha have one thing over Crit and thats experience, thats huge. Sasha and Farmar are much more capable of contributing to this team at this point because of experience. Farmar and Sasha already have a clear idea how to play NBA style basketball and Critt doesnt. Look what one year of experience did for Farmar, major strides. Phil is a great coach/teacher on playing the game the right way, thats why Critt is being “sheltered” at the moment, Phil and the coaching staff are teaching him to play the game the right way, college ball and NBA ball are on different levels. Critt needs to learn these things before he can actually get major minutes, because for one were not rebuilding so he cant just go out on the floor and learn and make mistakes like Durant and other rookies. Thats why Phil doesnt play rookies, theres a big learning process for the young guys before they can go out and play major minutes and really contribute.

  • http://Farmers.com Jcritt.=star

    Crit is clearly physically and athletically better and much more talented than Sasha and Farmar. But Farmar and Sasha have one thing over Crit and thats experience, thats huge. Sasha and Farmar are much more capable of contributing to this team at this point because of experience. Farmar and Sasha already have a clear idea how to play NBA style basketball and Critt doesnt. Look what one year of experience did for Farmar, major strides. Phil is a great coach/teacher on playing the game the right way, thats why Critt is being “sheltered” at the moment, Phil and the coaching staff are teaching him to play the game the right way, college ball and NBA ball are on different levels. Critt needs to learn these things before he can actually get major minutes, because for one were not rebuilding so he cant just go out on the floor and learn and make mistakes like Durant and other rookies. Thats why Phil doesnt play rookies, theres a big learning process for the young guys before they can go out and play major minutes and really contribute.

    Definitely agree about the experience and jump form college, but this kid has got it all. Personally he should have been bringing the ball up and shooting in the end of the game, not Sasha!

  • BEC

    This was a nice team game and defensive effort. Our defense is a little bit better than I think most people think it is. Although we do give up 102ppg as a team, 6th worst in the league. We do hold teams to 43.8%fg which is fourth best in the league and were a top rebounding team. A big part of it is the F’ing turnovers that give up that 102ppg, were the 5th worst team on commiting TO in the NBA. That really needs to change, our guys need to make better decisions and take care of the ball better.

  • mplakers

    hey ab4sure,

    boooooooooooooooooo weak comeback…however, you did say a mouthful but, that’s nothing new you’re used to having your mouth full

    last time i checked tex winter, although he taught the triangle to jackson, was and still is phil jackson’s assistant…like i keep saying phil plays sasha over crittenton so that says alot about who he thinks is more effective right now. that is a HALL OF FAME COACH judging talent over talent and for the moment sasha is his preferred weapon. what??? you’re gonna say that you know more than phil jackson does? let me hear you say it so that i can make it official that you are a bonafide imbecile.

    clarify = to make an idea or statement clear or intelligible. once again, i guess i have to CLARIFY for you that you are an idiot with a mouthful of j critt’s jock strap.

  • PHANTOM

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    dude whats up with takin my name? be creative and get your own!!!

  • REDDOX

    Jaleel White looks a lot like J. Critt. LOL

  • ab4sure

    MP, your boy Sasha(i don’t think Sasha would like me to say that he is your boy…sorry sasha), who is a good player to have on a team, Is playing because PJ doesn’t play rookies much. Maybe all you know about PJ is that he is a Hall of FAme coach, but he also has a style in coaching that every rookie needs to go through the ropes. Critt is just going through the process. If there is a trade in the future, and the lakers have to get rid of a guard the first to go between Sasha and Critt will be Sasha. I know with your multiple personalities this might be tough to take but just take your valium.

    BTW… YOU have just won the IDIOT AWARD on another Post of yours. You compared Bynum with Jeff Foster. That tops it all. I am still lmao at that. Do you want to retract??? please… because i can’t stop lmao at that….hahahahhahahhahhaahhahha

  • mplakers

    hey ab4sure your an imbecile,

    jeff foster’s stats 7 points, 9 rebounds, 1.7 assists
    bynum’s stats 11 points, 10 rebounds, 1.5 assists

    you’re definitely nearsighted because my point was not to get TOO EXCITED about the young BYNUM yet. sure i appreciate his growing intensity and improvement but, look at those stats. he’s a few bad games away from dipping to those numbers.

    see you must be a dumb fan. i have no doubt if you were the laker coach you’re starting line up would be jcritt, bynum, ariza, farmar, and sasha because it is obvious to me that you like and favor YOUNG BOYS…..hahahahahahahaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

    you’re “fruitier” than a grocery store. get it? nah probably not dumb ass

  • drake hunter

    We have one extra center, guard, and small forward to make expendable. I don’t like Turiaf not getting his minutes. I see JO in the near future. Send Kwame, Crittenton, and either Luke or Trevor plus 1st rounder to Indy for JO. I hope Turiaf isn’t losing minutes to spread the playing time out for everyone else. Crittenton needs to go because Indy needs someone decent in return and they wont take Vujacic thats for sure. He won’t be playing much at least for the next 3 years with the Lakers with Fisher and Farmar on the team. Bynum has proven that we don’t need Kwame now, as if we ever did, and Tufiaf has shown he can be a good back-up center to Bynum. Plus we have sorry Mihm for insurance. Trevor and Luke is a toss-up but I prolly would stay with Luke because he’s perfect for the triangle, a smart team player, and he makes key defensive plays especially down the stretch. Remember first game of the year against Houston, Luke got the steal for us so that Fish could tie up the game and don’t forget the playoffs two years ago. Overall we don’t lose anything with this trade. Kwame and Crittenton aren’t playing right now, Luke or Trevor will replace each others minutes, and a spot opens up in the rotation again for Turiaf. We actually gain two plus’s with an all-star caliber PF starting and the bench getting stronger again with Luke and Turiaf returning to the 2nd unit. If we “can” make this move, we can definately make a run for the championship this year.

    Line-Up

    PG – Fisher
    SG – Kobe
    SF – Odom
    PF – O’Neal
    C – Bynum

    Bench

    PG – Farmar
    SG – Vujacic
    SF – Walton or Ariza
    PF – Radmanovic
    C – Turiaf

    Mihm and Coby to fill out the roster with 3 spots left to sign veteran free agents. This trade can definately happen near the trade dead line. It doesn’t seem like anyone out west is really rolling over the competion this year so maybe the Lakers do this trade and they’ll be seeded in the top 4 for sure. GO LAKERS!!!!

  • domidomdomz

    i bet we will not get JO this season..Indy is not rebuilding ryt now as you can see..but i hope we’ll do

  • domidomdomz

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    Indy will not trade JO for those trashes..They’ll prefer odom or bynum with that packages

  • jack

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    I firmly beleive that this gentlemen is ab4sure, just coming up with another nickname to support Java coz’ he’s losing the battle here. I think the only solution is to wait and see who does better in the end. Lets watch few games, few more sasha’s big games(20-25pt, 3 reb, 2 stl, 4ast, 97% from free line, 70% behind arc), and few more Critt’s And1 basketball(0pts, 1 ast, 0reb, 2 turnover, lots of fancy dribbles) and we will have a debate again.

    lastly, lots of love to critt. Love to see him play for us, but not right now. All of us here love this franchise. We are talking serious business in a tough tough west, where every game matters. Lakers can’t risk sasha’s and farmer’s time to a rookie trying to prove. Sasha and Farmer come to close out the game in the right direction, and we all laker fans love this. For ab4sure to think Sasha isn’t doing right things is insane. He is a part of the reason why we are 14-9 and making some noise. If you want to see this team win, be willing to see more Sasha shooting and more jordan far’s assists. Afterall, you want this team to win, isnt it??

    I beleive in this lakers team. I am thinking for sure top 4 seed in the west, and with Kobe in the game, I am looking at deep deep in the playoffs.

  • lakerfan81

    Honestly JO right now is not even worth Odom. Really have you watched him play this year at all. His numbers are horrible they are down all across the board. And for all of you who say that its because he doesn’t want to play there, or that hes injured (when isn’t he injured) or that the system doesn’t fit him, this is a trend that has been going on for a few years now. His offensive numbers have been steadily dropping for the last 3 seasons. Yes his defensive numbers were good last year, but now they are dropping too. This is a bad trend. He may end up recovering from his knee injuries and put up more JO like numbers, but I wouldn’t bet on it.

  • ab4sure

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    JACK where do you get OFF. I have never been to critical of Sasha. He has contributed to the lakers this year with his points off the bench and his in your face defense. So tell me or better show me where did i say “sasha is not doing the right things”????? STOP TWISTING MY WORDS TO TRY TO MAKE YOUR POINT!!!!!! Or MAKING UP WORDS.

    Just because I like Critt’s game doesn’t mean I don’t like your boy Sasha’s game too. The lakers winning is what it’s about.

    And yes the answer to this question will be when PJ gives Critt much more playing time. Then your eyes will be opened.

  • ab4sure

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    Your really digging a deeper hole in comparing Bynum with Foster. And why this fascination with talking about young boys???? What did your father do to you????

  • mp or mplakers

    wah wah wah…again a weak comeback

  • ab4sure

    it must have been good because you couldn’t return it. lol

  • mplakers

    couldn’t return what? can you CLARIFY that for me. are you learning new words yet?

  • ab4sure

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    you really are sad….lol… have your mom read the posts back to you maybe she can explain it to you. hahhahaaha

  • mplakers

    ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo a your mom joke…wow you really ran out of material…like i said before you’re “nearsighted”, you get excited too fast, dumb, and now obviously out of original ideas. you’re probably on j critt’s and bynum’s jock straps because that’s who everyone else is praising. think for yourself and realize that they haven’t accomplished anything worthwile yet, so get off their nutsacks.

  • ab4sure

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    you are so dense, I’m “on bynum and critt”. check out my screen name. Does is click with you?? Do you get it??? I had it for along time on this site. YOu are so dumb. Use common sense. I actually do pity you. One of the reasons why I don’t trash you with childish names that you resort too.

  • mplakers

    oh oh there goes “childish” another variation of the word child. wow you really have been brushing up on your vocab.

    so what if you’ve had “ab” for a long time..it just goes to show you’ve been ready to call him the next jabbar a long time ago. get off the youth movement’s nutsack. praise them when they do something in the playoffs, or until they prove they can continue this pace throughout the season.

  • ab4sure

    mp your pathetic