JoelMyersScrotalSack wrote:Weezy wrote:Teams know now that even if they're down 30 against us they can still come back and be in it, that is my complaint, that is a terrible message to put out there. We've given up two 18 point leads, I believe a 15 point lead, and a 29 point lead.
This quote from Phil still rings in my head from the 2010 Finals
Ice-Fire wrote:The Lakers will not be so lucky to build a big lead against the Nets and blow it, this time it might be a blow-out loss especially if Howard doesn't play.
trodgers wrote:I don't know, Abeer. When you BLOW on the road, and you've just won back to back, I see it as a lift. Yeah, they'll kick themselves for how it happened, but they'll know that they've won two in a row on the road. That will give the team a lift.
abeer3 wrote:this was a moral loss. i'm ok with it, as the lakers need to make up for some moral victories with some games that they win but shouldn't have.
i'll take a road win however it comes these days.
one of many concerns i still have: pau, despite improving lately, still looks like he aged 10 years over the past 6 months. it's weird to watch him move so poorly out there.
kobe looks like he's starting to break down again, too. not much explosion. kyle singler kept him out of the paint in isolation on several occasions. that's...unfathomable. i'm not sure singler can keep me out of the paint.
Doc Brown wrote:Look at the bright side.....
We could be the team down by double digits and coming back only to lose (Us in the beginning of the season).
I'll take any type of win right now and move on. It's a whole hell of a lot better than getting a loss.
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