I'm sorry-- I'm speaking half out of anger right now. I should have been more explicit. I do mean it was the worst game of the year not in terms of how we played overall, but in terms of the monumental collapse we experienced.okay wrote:BryantDunkGiant wrote:I briefly booed-- they deserved to be booed. Some people were booing as well, but most people left after Wally hit that shot with a couple minutes left to put them up 8.nameant wrote:BryantDunkGiant wrote:Well I sure had fun at Staples Center tonight ... I'll be venting ... very soon.
were the fans booing the lakers after the game? i hope so. that was downright pathetic the way we melted down.
Worst game of the year -- by far. The mental state of this team needs to be questioned. I don't care if it was a back-to-back. If you want to be a playoff contender, you don't blow an 18 point lead. Period.
Hm? No way, I was thinking it was there best! Right up until Hudson and Wally started hitting those 3's, we were crushing them. It definitely was the most disappointing in terms of the outcome, but not performance wise.
From a fan's perspective, it's the ultimate buzzkill to watch a team playing flawless basketball all of a sudden lose their fire and play a game abundant with mental mistakes.