"It's not even close," says one Western Conference scout. "The difference between Kobe and LeBron is like [the one between] a Maserati and a Volvo."
jminges wrote:If we lost to Minnesota, we don't stand a chance to Philadelphia. I'm sorry, I'm just sick right now, physically ill at how our bench preformed. If I were Phil, I'd play the starters for 48 minutes - no breaks, to teach those [Swearing is not permitted at Clublakers. You must edit this post prior to submitting.] a lesson for losing the game, the lead, and our edge.
nameant wrote:this is a must win. mostly for our mental state. if we struggle in this game..kobe will force it again. if that happens..we'll hear the media...and the same old drama will arise. chris mihm for GOD's sake. you cant have 23 one game..and 2 the next. at least get 10 or something. we gotta win this game..
Lakerfantilidie wrote:Putting to much in to the Minny game. One thing I take out of that game is that we now know we can beat them.........even though we didn't tonight, we know we can. It seems as if the guys ran out of gas. It happens, especially this early in the season.
Philly is struggling...........this is a winnable game. If we stick to the same formula, keep the game close, we can beat them. Smush has to help this game though. He needs to score a little on AI. Odom should have a big game, Webber & Hunter are going to have there hands full with him. Kobe........well..........they have no answer for him. If we keep the turn overs & fouls down.........we should win this one quite easily.
bumrusherer wrote:Its going to be a tough game. Last year, Kobe kept us in it, in the 1st quarter. Then we collectively died after that.
Its important that we bounce back strong on friday, because Monday in Memphis is a game that i am not looking forward to.
I say, Kwame and Odom both have double-doubles and Lakers win by 6-7 points.
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