FirstLady wrote:Look BigPuddle, we are true Lakers fans who would never give up hope on our team. That's the definition of a true fan....not a bandwagon fan. True fans are there through thick and thin, and we know that last night's game was a bad night for our Lakers. We know they are capable of playing better and WILL play better!
Oh, and by the way....welcome to ClubLakers!
Kobe_One_Kenobi_8 wrote:It just amazes me how these idiots show up in the forum, everytime some team gets lucky and beats the Lakers in just one game of a playoff series.
I remember how these same losers showed up after Game 2 and 3 of the last series with the Wolves.
Hey, GUEST retards. Where were you when the Lakers were winnig those playoff games.
Be a true fan, and show up after a Laker win in Game 2.
4-1 Lakers win the series!!!!!!!!!!!!
4-PEAT 4 CHICK!!!!!!!!
Lakers Dynasty 2000 wrote:I doubt 100, but trust me, they'll do their damage, Kobe can't be stopped, period, and all we have to concetrate on is the role players, now that we are down with 2 major players injured, the role players will foreshadow the outcome of this series...
Bottom line, Shaq and Kobe will always get theirs, but how will the role players be involved?
Fishy, Horry, Shaw, Rush, Pargo... etc... etc...
Lakers Dynasty 2000 wrote:I feel really good about game 2...
Lakerqueen wrote:Let's just say other people need to show up besides Shaq and Kobe. Robert was 1-6, Fisher only took 7 shots, and they only got 4 points off the bench. I don't care how much people want to say the Lakers are complaining, Phil is right that a 35-12 margin of free throws for the Spurs is ridiculous... it's like the Kings series last year in the first few games, only it's starting earlier in the series this time.
People saying the Lakers are done because of one game is inane. One game does not define a series unless it is game 7. The Lakers have a tough fight ahead of them, especially without D. George for tomorrow night and Foxy gone for the rest of the year... but they CAN DO IT! They are not done yet. Kobe sees this as a challenge, and when that happens, he takes over. They can't give the Lakers only 12 free throw attempts a game for the rest of the series, and the rest of the team will start to hit shots.[/code]
BryantDunkGiant wrote:i have no clue what you're talking about, cuz the lakers rarely, if ever, complain about refereeing. do you ever see them blaming their losses on the refs? no. kobe and shaq just become more determined and the lakers just say that they didn't play up to par when the lose. they just feel like they can play better every time, and come out to prove it in the following games. i would have posted that on a kings forum if i were you. do you see how many times adelman, webber, bibby and jackson are in the papers [Swearing is not permitted at Clublakers. You must edit this post prior to submitting.] and moaning about the refs? so i don't understand where you're getting the impression that the lakers "whine" often.