lakerfan2 wrote:What's worse than the Clippers themselves?
The announcers and their delusional fans.
nameant wrote:Yeah they had the better pieces...that's why we finished with a better record.
lakerswiz wrote:LOL @ CHRIS PAUL LYING TO HIMSELF.
Lakeshow24 wrote:And that's why Chris Paul won't be winning JACK while the Lakers will continue to collect chips. We're happy with Nash, and when Nash is done we'll have the next better point guard than you.
The Laker Link wrote:Tragic wrote:lakerswiz wrote:LOL @ CHRIS PAUL LYING TO HIMSELF.
Didn't he try and get Hunter and the NBPA to fight the veto in Court?
I'm joining the communist now.. I don't like World peace...
Arash Markazi of ESPN wrote:The Clippers' offseason was upstaged in Los Angeles by the offseason of the Los Angeles Lakers, who were able to land Steve Nash, Dwight Howard and Antawn Jamison. Paul, though, thought the Lakers' additions were great for the city and the NBA.
"I think it's just great for L.A.," Paul said. "I think the L.A. fans here are going to have something special. It's nice to have two teams here that are pretty good. I think it's just exciting for the game, and I can't wait. We have to focus on our team, but I watch games every night, so I'm always going to be watching to see what's going on. They're obviously in our division, so I always have my eye on everything going on."
Paul raised some eyebrows last week when the GQ story came out, and he was quoted as saying the Clippers "had the better pieces" compared to the Lakers and that "winning with the Clippers would be legendary." He stood by the comments Monday night.
"It's no secret; everybody in my family knows I wanted to go to the Clippers," Paul said. "I may be different in a way, but I've always jumped at the opportunity to do something that's never been done, and here with the Clippers with Blake and DJ and adding these pieces and stuff like that, I'm excited about the opportunities there."
therealdeal wrote:I'm really interested to see how his contract situation turns out. If he signs there for a 5 year deal, he's an idiot and he's never winning anything. If he signs there for a 2-3 year deal, he's going to be a Laker.
intuitivelOve wrote:therealdeal wrote:I'm really interested to see how his contract situation turns out. If he signs there for a 5 year deal, he's an idiot and he's never winning anything. If he signs there for a 2-3 year deal, he's going to be a Laker.
F that! I hope he rots a Clipper, and hopefully by the 3rd year of his 5 year Clipper contract he be a San Diego/Vegas Clipper or whatever instead of an LA Clipper.....tired of that team taking up space in LA and the staples center. Clippers are a lame welfare team!! Chumps!!!!
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