Fri. 4/22 - Lakers @ Hornets Game 3 - Predictions/Comments

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Postby Uncle_Meat on Fri Apr 22, 2011 9:04 pm

Rooscooter wrote:
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Actually I do. Check the refs for tonight thread.


Why watch if you though it was fixed?

They only fix it for points not win lose. If a team is so weak they get caught in a close game they may lose because they didn't build a big enough lead... that's the main evil...
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Re: Fri. 4/22 - Lakers @ Hornets Game 3 - Predictions/Comments

Postby kray28 on Fri Apr 22, 2011 9:04 pm

Chuck still thinks the days with the 30 pt games are over.
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Re: Fri. 4/22 - Lakers @ Hornets Game 3 - Predictions/Comments

Postby Lakerjones on Fri Apr 22, 2011 9:05 pm

Rooscooter wrote:
Lakerjones wrote:
Actually I do. Check the refs for tonight thread.


Why watch if you though it was fixed?


It doesn't mean the outcome is determined. Only that the tendencies of the refs played out exactly as expected. In some ways it's frustrating. In other ways it's not the end of the world. The Lakers rose above it with their play.
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Re: Fri. 4/22 - Lakers @ Hornets Game 3 - Predictions/Comments

Postby venky on Fri Apr 22, 2011 9:05 pm

Do you guys see Kobe having the most 30 pt playoff games in history?
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Postby Rooscooter on Fri Apr 22, 2011 9:06 pm

Kobe and Pau lead the way.

Bynum and Artest were big in the first half.

We even shot well from 3....

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Re: Fri. 4/22 - Lakers @ Hornets Game 3 - Predictions/Comments

Postby Lakerjones on Fri Apr 22, 2011 9:06 pm

postaboy wrote:good game. let's finish this team in 4 games please.


5?
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Re: Fri. 4/22 - Lakers @ Hornets Game 3 - Predictions/Comments

Postby Uncle_Meat on Fri Apr 22, 2011 9:06 pm

venky wrote:Do you guys see Kobe having the most 30 pt playoff games in history?

Yes.
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Re: Fri. 4/22 - Lakers @ Hornets Game 3 - Predictions/Comments

Postby nameant on Fri Apr 22, 2011 9:07 pm

Hey Landry, remember when you got that dunk and screamed and celebrated? Yeah me too...
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Postby dood23 on Fri Apr 22, 2011 9:07 pm

theo wanted to play so bad :mhihi:
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Postby XXIV on Fri Apr 22, 2011 9:08 pm

Nice win for the Lakers and overall a good game, their defense was great. Now lets win Game 4 on Sunday! :jam2:
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Postby Jazzygirl205 on Fri Apr 22, 2011 9:08 pm

Yeah dude we showed people just because we have off days doesn't mean we can't remind them we're champs!! :jam2:
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Re: Fri. 4/22 - Lakers @ Hornets Game 3 - Predictions/Comments

Postby venky on Fri Apr 22, 2011 9:08 pm

Uncle_Meat wrote:
venky wrote:Do you guys see Kobe having the most 30 pt playoff games in history?

Yes.


Excellent. Just another way Jordan becomes more irrelevant.
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Re: Fri. 4/22 - Lakers @ Hornets Game 3 - Predictions/Comments

Postby lakers_09tv on Fri Apr 22, 2011 9:08 pm

Great win. :jam2:
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Postby PiNOYLaKERSFaN on Fri Apr 22, 2011 9:09 pm

Playing like this? This series is over in 5 games.
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Re: Fri. 4/22 - Lakers @ Hornets Game 3 - Predictions/Comments

Postby Forklift on Fri Apr 22, 2011 9:09 pm

we won because of our freethrows 19 - 24 against their 18 - 24 :jam2: :jam2: .... i think i'm drunk right now :freak2:
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Re: Fri. 4/22 - Lakers @ Hornets Game 3 - Predictions/Comments

Postby sodunited on Fri Apr 22, 2011 9:10 pm

WTF did you guys just see Cheryl right there try to molest Kobe?
Kings 16-30 free throws game 7.......AT HOME..lol
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Re: Fri. 4/22 - Lakers @ Hornets Game 3 - Predictions/Comments

Postby Uncle_Meat on Fri Apr 22, 2011 9:12 pm

Forklift wrote:we won because of our freethrows 19 - 24 against their 18 - 24 :jam2: :jam2: .... i think i'm drunk right now :freak2:

Yeah, me too... but that's only one ft ... duh... you're punking this list ... good for you... when Lakers lose we're all fighting each other... :man10:
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Re: Fri. 4/22 - Lakers @ Hornets Game 3 - Predictions/Comments

Postby mamatheregoesthatman on Fri Apr 22, 2011 9:12 pm

Now that order has been restored, it's time to crush these fools on Sunday before heading back home to finish them off. Nice try, NO, but y'all just can't hang with us. :jam2:
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Re: Fri. 4/22 - Lakers @ Hornets Game 3 - Predictions/Comments

Postby Uncle_Meat on Fri Apr 22, 2011 9:16 pm

I'm out... great match... they don't match up ... any losses by Lakers between now and the next opponent is wasted energy and they know it... See y'all Sunday... :jam2:
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Re: Fri. 4/22 - Lakers @ Hornets Game 3 - Predictions/Comments

Postby kingjsun on Fri Apr 22, 2011 10:40 pm

nameant wrote:Hey Landry, remember when you got that dunk and screamed and celebrated? Yeah me too...


me three...
Buckle up! This off season is going to be some ride...
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Re: Fri. 4/22 - Lakers @ Hornets Game 3 - Predictions/Comments

Postby kblo247 on Sat Apr 23, 2011 12:12 am

Was there live for the game

Pau - I knew he was getting ready to go from shoot around because all he did for like 5 minutes was straight attack. Running jumping hooks, bank shots, corner 3's, layups off drop steps, and dunks. Interesting thing was that Kobe was the one rebounding for him throughout the whole stretch. He started out a little bit timid but got better as the game went on and really got his comfort zone on the glass. His D was ready from the start, but getting some bunnies opened up the bucked for him like cash opens up Jenna Haze's legs.

Kobe - was vocal from the sideline as you could see him pointing and gesturing to the guys on the bench about where Paul was going. He kept pointing to him and then illustrating it. He also yelled at Shannon for missing a post feed and could be seen m motioning the bounce to Drew. In the game he generally attacked off the dribble and in the post quickly. The big thing I saw that he didn't really do well was react to his big slipping the pick they set for him early as that was where his turnovers came from. Her had a way of silencing the crowd after every run in person, and he got standing MVP chants late in the game and after it ended to he made his way through the hall (I was chanting too). Will also say that the block he had on Landry can't be done justice on TV because he swatted that ball literally almost into the fifth row.

Lamar - He started off the game with a slight adjustment which saw him attacking the hornets bigs who were on him off the dribble. They cleared out space for him by setting picks before he got to the ball. Then when he got a small like Ariza on him, he signaled for the post up. He was the perfect swiss army knife in person. When the team needed him to be he put some pressure on the in bounds, drew fouls, scored, handled the ball, and rebounded by sealing his man on his right hip while grabbing the ball with the left extendo arm.

Andrew - Flat out beast. He was the biggest guy on the floor and he knew it. He held his own every step of the way and imposed himself on anyone who he was facing. When he felt I was a little bothered until I saw the in arena screen which showed him more trying to catch his wind than walk it off once he got up. It was like he breathed a big sigh of relief. He also was the best interior D once again and made a living on the glass.

Fish - It was good to see the old vet at work. Paul would be working the ref and Fish would come right over during stoppages and work them with his side as well. That T he got was bogus because while he threw an elbow, he also took 3 to the ribs on the possession before that with Paul constantly elbowing him and pushing him in the ribs to create separation. He had a good crossover to layup that left Paul in the dust. He also hit a big momentum killer. His D was good, but what was real good was that you could see him and the bigs be it Pau, Lamar, or Andrew talking about where the pick was coming from so he knew about it. His feet may be slow but his hands work well still. He was also the first guy out at halftime shooting jumpers. It was also nice to see Phil work the refs about Paul pushing off live during commercial breaks and showing what he was doing Derek, which resulted in there being less whistles after the 3rd.

Blake - His D was solid. He didn't look for his shot too much, but he did control the tempo and make the right play which is all you can ask from him or any PG in the triangle for that matter.

Barnes - The boxscore won't show it, but he was hustling. He was deflecting balls, getting boards, running the floor, and helping while recovering. The only negative I saw up close was that he is still limited moving left to right on both sides as seen when he blew the layup. Going forward and backward he is moving much better than he did in game 1 alone, and I love his grime Fox element.

Brown - I give him **** about being a chucker over making the right play on offense. I will say though that I have to give him credit for what he did Jack early in this game. He was not only shadowing Jack, but he met him to his sweet spots before he could get there especially in the first half. Because Jack is a rhythm guy he had a positive impact on taking him out the game imo and helping cut off the head of the proverbial snake.

Ron - Last but not least, there is the man from Queensbridge. Fotr as awkward and nonathletic as he appears he has great fundamentals. Watching him work on defense and always stay in perfect stance, box out perfectly for rebounds so that there is a better chance he or a teammate can grab them, and how he sealed his man away from the ball was beautiful. I smiled when he taunted the crowd.
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Re: Fri. 4/22 - Lakers @ Hornets Game 3 - Predictions/Comments

Postby mamatheregoesthatman on Sat Apr 23, 2011 12:40 am

kblo247 wrote:Was there live for the game


Congrats, and thanks for sharing your observations. I'm glad you saw the Lakers win. :jam2:
Thanks for the sig, Jr. Kobe.

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Postby Lakerjones on Sat Apr 23, 2011 12:54 am

kblo247 wrote:Was there live for the game

Pau - I knew he was getting ready to go from shoot around because all he did for like 5 minutes was straight attack. Running jumping hooks, bank shots, corner 3's, layups off drop steps, and dunks. Interesting thing was that Kobe was the one rebounding for him throughout the whole stretch. He started out a little bit timid but got better as the game went on and really got his comfort zone on the glass. His D was ready from the start, but getting some bunnies opened up the bucked for him like cash opens up Jenna Haze's legs.

Kobe - was vocal from the sideline as you could see him pointing and gesturing to the guys on the bench about where Paul was going. He kept pointing to him and then illustrating it. He also yelled at Shannon for missing a post feed and could be seen m motioning the bounce to Drew. In the game he generally attacked off the dribble and in the post quickly. The big thing I saw that he didn't really do well was react to his big slipping the pick they set for him early as that was where his turnovers came from. Her had a way of silencing the crowd after every run in person, and he got standing MVP chants late in the game and after it ended to he made his way through the hall (I was chanting too). Will also say that the block he had on Landry can't be done justice on TV because he swatted that ball literally almost into the fifth row.

Lamar - He started off the game with a slight adjustment which saw him attacking the hornets bigs who were on him off the dribble. They cleared out space for him by setting picks before he got to the ball. Then when he got a small like Ariza on him, he signaled for the post up. He was the perfect swiss army knife in person. When the team needed him to be he put some pressure on the in bounds, drew fouls, scored, handled the ball, and rebounded by sealing his man on his right hip while grabbing the ball with the left extendo arm.

Andrew - Flat out beast. He was the biggest guy on the floor and he knew it. He held his own every step of the way and imposed himself on anyone who he was facing. When he felt I was a little bothered until I saw the in arena screen which showed him more trying to catch his wind than walk it off once he got up. It was like he breathed a big sigh of relief. He also was the best interior D once again and made a living on the glass.

Fish - It was good to see the old vet at work. Paul would be working the ref and Fish would come right over during stoppages and work them with his side as well. That T he got was bogus because while he threw an elbow, he also took 3 to the ribs on the possession before that with Paul constantly elbowing him and pushing him in the ribs to create separation. He had a good crossover to layup that left Paul in the dust. He also hit a big momentum killer. His D was good, but what was real good was that you could see him and the bigs be it Pau, Lamar, or Andrew talking about where the pick was coming from so he knew about it. His feet may be slow but his hands work well still. He was also the first guy out at halftime shooting jumpers. It was also nice to see Phil work the refs about Paul pushing off live during commercial breaks and showing what he was doing Derek, which resulted in there being less whistles after the 3rd.

Blake - His D was solid. He didn't look for his shot too much, but he did control the tempo and make the right play which is all you can ask from him or any PG in the triangle for that matter.

Barnes - The boxscore won't show it, but he was hustling. He was deflecting balls, getting boards, running the floor, and helping while recovering. The only negative I saw up close was that he is still limited moving left to right on both sides as seen when he blew the layup. Going forward and backward he is moving much better than he did in game 1 alone, and I love his grime Fox element.

Brown - I give him **** about being a chucker over making the right play on offense. I will say though that I have to give him credit for what he did Jack early in this game. He was not only shadowing Jack, but he met him to his sweet spots before he could get there especially in the first half. Because Jack is a rhythm guy he had a positive impact on taking him out the game imo and helping cut off the head of the proverbial snake.

Ron - Last but not least, there is the man from Queensbridge. Fotr as awkward and nonathletic as he appears he has great fundamentals. Watching him work on defense and always stay in perfect stance, box out perfectly for rebounds so that there is a better chance he or a teammate can grab them, and how he sealed his man away from the ball was beautiful. I smiled when he taunted the crowd.


What a great read! :bow: Nice first hand observations of the game!
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Re: Fri. 4/22 - Lakers @ Hornets Game 3 - Predictions/Comments

Postby Lakerjones on Sat Apr 23, 2011 12:58 am

kblo247 wrote:Was there live for the game

Pau - I knew he was getting ready to go from shoot around because all he did for like 5 minutes was straight attack. Running jumping hooks, bank shots, corner 3's, layups off drop steps, and dunks. Interesting thing was that Kobe was the one rebounding for him throughout the whole stretch. He started out a little bit timid but got better as the game went on and really got his comfort zone on the glass. His D was ready from the start, but getting some bunnies opened up the bucked for him like cash opens up Jenna Haze's legs.

Kobe - was vocal from the sideline as you could see him pointing and gesturing to the guys on the bench about where Paul was going. He kept pointing to him and then illustrating it. He also yelled at Shannon for missing a post feed and could be seen m motioning the bounce to Drew. In the game he generally attacked off the dribble and in the post quickly. The big thing I saw that he didn't really do well was react to his big slipping the pick they set for him early as that was where his turnovers came from. Her had a way of silencing the crowd after every run in person, and he got standing MVP chants late in the game and after it ended to he made his way through the hall (I was chanting too). Will also say that the block he had on Landry can't be done justice on TV because he swatted that ball literally almost into the fifth row.

Lamar - He started off the game with a slight adjustment which saw him attacking the hornets bigs who were on him off the dribble. They cleared out space for him by setting picks before he got to the ball. Then when he got a small like Ariza on him, he signaled for the post up. He was the perfect swiss army knife in person. When the team needed him to be he put some pressure on the in bounds, drew fouls, scored, handled the ball, and rebounded by sealing his man on his right hip while grabbing the ball with the left extendo arm.

Andrew - Flat out beast. He was the biggest guy on the floor and he knew it. He held his own every step of the way and imposed himself on anyone who he was facing. When he felt I was a little bothered until I saw the in arena screen which showed him more trying to catch his wind than walk it off once he got up. It was like he breathed a big sigh of relief. He also was the best interior D once again and made a living on the glass.

Fish - It was good to see the old vet at work. Paul would be working the ref and Fish would come right over during stoppages and work them with his side as well. That T he got was bogus because while he threw an elbow, he also took 3 to the ribs on the possession before that with Paul constantly elbowing him and pushing him in the ribs to create separation. He had a good crossover to layup that left Paul in the dust. He also hit a big momentum killer. His D was good, but what was real good was that you could see him and the bigs be it Pau, Lamar, or Andrew talking about where the pick was coming from so he knew about it. His feet may be slow but his hands work well still. He was also the first guy out at halftime shooting jumpers. It was also nice to see Phil work the refs about Paul pushing off live during commercial breaks and showing what he was doing Derek, which resulted in there being less whistles after the 3rd.

Blake - His D was solid. He didn't look for his shot too much, but he did control the tempo and make the right play which is all you can ask from him or any PG in the triangle for that matter.

Barnes - The boxscore won't show it, but he was hustling. He was deflecting balls, getting boards, running the floor, and helping while recovering. The only negative I saw up close was that he is still limited moving left to right on both sides as seen when he blew the layup. Going forward and backward he is moving much better than he did in game 1 alone, and I love his grime Fox element.

Brown - I give him **** about being a chucker over making the right play on offense. I will say though that I have to give him credit for what he did Jack early in this game. He was not only shadowing Jack, but he met him to his sweet spots before he could get there especially in the first half. Because Jack is a rhythm guy he had a positive impact on taking him out the game imo and helping cut off the head of the proverbial snake.

Ron - Last but not least, there is the man from Queensbridge. Fotr as awkward and nonathletic as he appears he has great fundamentals. Watching him work on defense and always stay in perfect stance, box out perfectly for rebounds so that there is a better chance he or a teammate can grab them, and how he sealed his man away from the ball was beautiful. I smiled when he taunted the crowd.


Great read! :bow: Nice first hand observations on our guys and the game.
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Re: Fri. 4/22 - Lakers @ Hornets Game 3 - Predictions/Comments

Postby KareemTheGreat33 on Sat Apr 23, 2011 6:51 am

Watching replay..Kobe just punished Aaron Gray for an And1 :man10:
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