^actually only one was. The first one Blake put the ball behind his back and it hit is leg where he lost it as it came back in front of him. That was when Collison got his hand on it and Blake got the foul. That TO was cause specifically by Blakes lack of focus at that moment. The one where he got ripped trying to get the ball to Pau (I think) was from the defensive pressure. The last, as I stated, was from him trying to push the ball with the long pass. It is a great if it works play but a kill you if it doesn't play. That ONE 4th quarter showed that he could make mistakes like everyone else. After that little spurt he settled back down and went back to being solid. Again, when you talk Blake you nitpick and try to find something to dump on. The reason he has low TO's is because he makes the "right" pass instead of the fancy pass. I beg to differ his game was more effecient that Collison and he played better defense overall. His +/- is also 40 points different than Collison. Collison got those 3 late steals when we played failry dumb for a spell. Other than that Blake was better for our team than he was for his.
For what it's worth, the Lakers also clinched the Pacific Division, an achievement Bryant dismissed by saying "We don't hang divisions." No, only the big NBA championship banners are considered wall-worthy for the Lakers.