puffyusaf#2 wrote:I am glad you guys have renewed optimism. Welcome back to my world of having faith.
therealdeal wrote:puffyusaf#2 wrote:I am glad you guys have renewed optimism. Welcome back to my world of having faith.
Don't get cocky now
Some perspective on how big it'd be for Lakers to win these two in ATL and IND. After this trip, Lakers don't ...
face any more daunting road games the rest of the season, really. The toughest road opponent left isn't even a real road game -- April 7 at the Clippers at Staples Center -- and the only other teams with winning records the Lakers have to visit are hardly intimidating: Golden State (36-29) and Milwaukee (32-30).
So if the Lakers can beat the undermanned Hawks tonight and then get the rugged Pacers on Friday, they'd be very well positioned to continue rolling through the final 15 games -- especially with Pau Gasol (foot) probably back next week. 2 minutes ago
gcclaker wrote:Everyone is saying no one wants US in the first round when I get the feeling it is the opposite which I feel helps with motivation.
revgen wrote:Utah lost. So we don't lose ground.
gcclaker wrote:Well, if anything it will force the others to play like themselves without relying on 24. Nash and Howard are the ones that need to step up. World Peace will certainly take up the slack...whether he will be efficient is another matter.
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