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[L] Los Angeles Lakers @ San Antonio Spurs - Saturday 10/27/18 5:30pm PST


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#201 Japago

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Posted October 27, 2018 - 08:06 PM

Derozan was better than Bron tonight

 

It was close. He had a great game. So did LeBron though. And, people say I have it out for certain players.

 

The Lakers would've won that game if the young guys weren't absolute trash though. I can't see why LeBron would be the first player that comes to mind when it comes to players who blew this game. LeBron could've been more clutch, but he also carried the team nearly the entire game. I wish any of the young guys could've stepped it up more.



#202 DaSmoothOperator

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Posted October 27, 2018 - 08:35 PM

Lamarcus going for 50 tonight

uhh no! Not tonight

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#203 Tensai

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Posted October 27, 2018 - 08:35 PM

I would point out the turnovers late in the game for the loss, but that would be too nice.

 

Are the coaches in this thing or not? What were they thinking when Spurs went on a run after they got the lead? No point holding onto those timeouts on the road. I mean this is just one game, so I won't bash it based on the result. But, there has to be accountability just as players are evaluated on their effort and output.

 

Lebron and Rondo may soon voice their opinions if we continue to lose close games like these.


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#204 DaSmoothOperator

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Posted October 27, 2018 - 08:36 PM

JapGo be a little more patient they will gel soon then we’ll have a team!

#205 noknife

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Posted October 28, 2018 - 06:25 AM

Let's start with the fact that Ball, Kuzma, and Hart went 11-32. Lonzo didn't have an impact game at all, with only 2 rebs, 3 assists, 0 steals or blocks, and 3 turnovers.

Lebron had 35 pts, 11 rebs, 4 asts, 2 stls.

I'm not the biggest fan of using only box score stats, but the Lakers would've been blown out without LeBron.


LeBron had a good game. Just like every game he has played for the Lakers. Without him they lose by 20-30. The rest of the guys had bad games and they were due for them. They have played well all season and picked a bad day to suck because that game is winnable if they play just average. Not what happened.

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Posted October 28, 2018 - 06:25 AM

It was close. He had a great game. So did LeBron though. And, people say I have it out for certain players.

The Lakers would've won that game if the young guys weren't absolute trash though. I can't see why LeBron would be the first player that comes to mind when it comes to players who blew this game. LeBron could've been more clutch, but he also carried the team nearly the entire game. I wish any of the young guys could've stepped it up more.


Yup.

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Posted October 28, 2018 - 06:31 AM

I would point out the turnovers late in the game for the loss, but that would be too nice.

Are the coaches in this thing or not? What were they thinking when Spurs went on a run after they got the lead? No point holding onto those timeouts on the road. I mean this is just one game, so I won't bash it based on the result. But, there has to be accountability just as players are evaluated on their effort and output.

Lebron and Rondo may soon voice their opinions if we continue to lose close games like these.


It’s a regular season game. Not game 7 of a playoff series. Team has to figure out what they have. A win would be nice but it’s not necessary. I had them at 2-4 looking at their schedule in the preseason at this point regardless of the suspensions. So I would say they are right on schedule. Regardless. This game was winnable and they definitely blew it. On to the next.

#208 PurpleNgoldBanners

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Posted October 28, 2018 - 01:15 PM

We might end up losing some early games re integrating Do and BI. We'll know more about this team when both get a few runs. It's clear to see we have big weaknesses ...one being in the center spot




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