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    weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee SHAQ TELL ME HOW KOBE'S ASSS TASTES!!!

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    is great to be able to say my team is NBA champions again..i have no ill will to send to anyone who has helped us win titles in the past tho..

    Anyway back to our current Lakers...i didnt think we played that well during the 5 games,certainly not the best that we can....seeing as we still won 4 games to 1...how scary must that be for the rest of the NBA??

    the best part from the finals i got apart from the obvious fact that we won them and PJ got his record breaking tenth ring as a coach...was the play of the other guys apart from Kobe..Kobe may have been MVP and im not knocking him atall..but no player has ever won a championship on his own...not even Jordan in his prime.

    Gasol,Ariza,Fish,Odom & Bynum all played key roles and stepped up at different times during the series when they was needed most...if they hadnt..Kobe`s play alone wouldnt have won us the title.

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    • AvengerRam_old
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      Sportswriters are very bad historians. The latest example it the trend to start discussions of the upcoming NBA Finals by posing the question: "if Kobe wins another title or two, does that put him in the same sentence as Michael Jordan?"

      Are you kidding me?

      Let's look at a few facts, shall we?

      Jordan played in six Championship Series, winning all six. He was the MVP of... you guessed it... all six.

      Kobe has played in four Championship series, winning three. He was the MVP of... you guessed it... none of them. In fact, Kobe hasn't played all that well in the finals, with a shooting % hovering around .400. In the three series he won, he was essentially carried by Shaq (who, of course, was the MVP of all three).

      Looking at the playoffs as a whole, Michael played in 179 playoff games (would have been more had he not taken his baseball hiatus in his prime), and averaged 33.4 points (shooting % of .487), 6.4 rebounds and 5.7 assists.

      Kobe has played in 146 playoff game, averaging 24.2 points (shooting % of .447), 5.1 rebounds and 4.6 assists.

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    • AvengerRam_old
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      If and when the Suns and Lakers meet again, here's how I think the Lakers can win. There's a formula that you have to implement against Phoenix, and it requires discipline. It's about controlling tempo.

      So this is where a coach like Phil Jackson earns his money.

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      1. 3rd game in 4 days on the road (all wins by the way)
      2. Beat the Celtics in Boston with the fans chanting BEAT L A!
      3. No Andrew Bynum!!!

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      by laram0
      I don't get to see much of the Lakers out here in Mass.. How do they look??

      Make a splash in the playoffs or what?

      How's this kid Bynum look?


      I am overly excited that the Boston Celtics have lost 14 in a row!
      -02-07-2007, 10:26 AM
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