Sat. 12/25 vs. Heat - Results Inside - Postgame comments

Postby Guest on Sun Dec 26, 2004 12:21 am

lakerfool wrote:
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lakerfool wrote:LAKERS HIT ON A BAD CASE OF WALKERITIS

Wouldn't Fisher have been nice at that overtime :bang: :man6:


Don't assume that shot was something he always did. I remember last year when the Suns (while crap) beat us in OT and snapped our winning streak at home after Fisher missed back to back treys at the end of OT.


I'm talking about his DEFENSE would have helped, because Wade owned us there


No, we did a good job on Wade, he was 10/26 FG. we killed by their teamwork. And kobe did a bad job.
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Postby remixed on Sun Dec 26, 2004 12:49 am

lakers-win wrote:
lakerfool wrote:
Realm of Shadows wrote:
lakerfool wrote:LAKERS HIT ON A BAD CASE OF WALKERITIS

Wouldn't Fisher have been nice at that overtime :bang: :man6:


Don't assume that shot was something he always did. I remember last year when the Suns (while crap) beat us in OT and snapped our winning streak at home after Fisher missed back to back treys at the end of OT.


I'm talking about his DEFENSE would have helped, because Wade owned us there


No, we did a good job on Wade, he was 10/26 FG. we killed by their teamwork. And kobe did a bad job.


He torched us in that OT period though. We stopped him during regulation but we can't do it during the most important part of the game.
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Postby grego on Sun Dec 26, 2004 1:16 am

lakers-win wrote:
lakerfool wrote:
Realm of Shadows wrote:
lakerfool wrote:LAKERS HIT ON A BAD CASE OF WALKERITIS

Wouldn't Fisher have been nice at that overtime :bang: :man6:


Don't assume that shot was something he always did. I remember last year when the Suns (while crap) beat us in OT and snapped our winning streak at home after Fisher missed back to back treys at the end of OT.


I'm talking about his DEFENSE would have helped, because Wade owned us there


No, we did a good job on Wade, he was 10/26 FG. we killed by their teamwork. And kobe did a bad job.


His injury in Sacramento did a good job on him. Obiviously, when he finally started exploding to the basket, good things happened. Sadly for Laker fans it happened in the overtime period.
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Postby The Kobe Era 2K5 on Sun Dec 26, 2004 1:44 am

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We lost in OT!
Kobe missed decisive shot. :man8:
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Postby The Kobe Era 2K5 on Sun Dec 26, 2004 1:48 am

Kobe had 9 turnovers, Odom 5...
I'm still sad.... :man6:
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Postby purple_and_gold_fever on Sun Dec 26, 2004 1:49 am

and the heats only had 7... :man6: :man6:
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Postby kobe6962 on Sun Dec 26, 2004 1:54 am

lakerfool wrote:
Realm of Shadows wrote:
lakerfool wrote:LAKERS HIT ON A BAD CASE OF WALKERITIS

Wouldn't Fisher have been nice at that overtime :bang: :man6:


Don't assume that shot was something he always did. I remember last year when the Suns (while crap) beat us in OT and snapped our winning streak at home after Fisher missed back to back treys at the end of OT.


I'm talking about his DEFENSE would have helped, because Wade owned us there


Any D would of helped but good ol Chuck Wagon sure does know how to play D
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Postby kobe4life08 on Sun Dec 26, 2004 2:12 am

people who get frustrated and mad when we lose, just think about it, u cant do anything about it, look forward to the next game cuz u cant change the past. just remember we gave it all we got and we played our heart out but came up short, acknowledge the loss
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Postby Runway on Sun Dec 26, 2004 2:20 am

purple_and_gold_fever wrote:and the heats only had 7... :man6: :man6:


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Postby KB24 on Sun Dec 26, 2004 2:38 am

I have to blame Odom too for this loss! He had all of our 8 points in overtime but why did he once again disappear in the second half! If he would have stayed active we would have won but EVERY game Odom starts GREAT and disappears! Its not he miss shots but he is not even trying to score! He was so clutch in overtime! Why didn´t he demand the ball in the 3rd and 4th quarter :bang: ! He has to carry the load! Our f**kin bench scored a total of 4 points and i thought we have a good bench! Man had Odom made his free throw it would have been 95-94! I´m fine for the first time because me and nearly every one expected a loss and we could have won! We are not like Atlanta going down by 30 but we need to close out games! I´m optimistic that with one trade we could be a pretty solid team out there!
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Postby dynasty4kobe on Sun Dec 26, 2004 3:22 am

I've never been happier/non-dissapointed by a loss. Of course I was a little (a little more than "little") dissapointed, but I liked what could possibly be in the future. Think about it:

No Caron Butler, our starting small forward.

No Vlade Divac, out original starting center, and only other 7 footer.

No Deavon George, ummm . . . ., no Deavon George.

Kobe is still bothered by plantar fasciatis.

Lamar and Kobe have still not gelled and found their two man game because they have no practice time together.

Our system is not even complete yet. I think that we are basically sticking with this "Kobe draws double-team and kicks out for a Three" offense until we get our team in one peace (at least Kobe, maybe Vlade/George . . . but definetly Kobe).

And all of this, and we were right there with the best team in the East (record wise). We were also right there with Phoenix (twice), Sacramento (we won one), and were in a close one with the Spurs (late free throws decided that outcome).
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Postby Kob3eight on Sun Dec 26, 2004 9:46 am

dynasty4kobe wrote:I've never been happier/non-dissapointed by a loss. Of course I was a little (a little more than "little") dissapointed, but I liked what could possibly be in the future. Think about it:

No Caron Butler, our starting small forward.

No Vlade Divac, out original starting center, and only other 7 footer.

No Deavon George, ummm . . . ., no Deavon George.

Kobe is still bothered by plantar fasciatis.

Lamar and Kobe have still not gelled and found their two man game because they have no practice time together.

Our system is not even complete yet. I think that we are basically sticking with this "Kobe draws double-team and kicks out for a Three" offense until we get our team in one peace (at least Kobe, maybe Vlade/George . . . but definetly Kobe).

And all of this, and we were right there with the best team in the East (record wise). We were also right there with Phoenix (twice), Sacramento (we won one), and were in a close one with the Spurs (late free throws decided that outcome).


If you consider the Lakers injuries you also need to consider Shaqs (calf) and Wades (left knee) injuries as well.
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Postby Ring It Up on Sun Dec 26, 2004 11:45 am

dynasty4kobe wrote:I've never been happier/non-dissapointed by a loss. Of course I was a little (a little more than "little") dissapointed, but I liked what could possibly be in the future. Think about it:

No Caron Butler, our starting small forward.

No Vlade Divac, out original starting center, and only other 7 footer.

No Deavon George, ummm . . . ., no Deavon George.

Kobe is still bothered by plantar fasciatis.

Lamar and Kobe have still not gelled and found their two man game because they have no practice time together.

Our system is not even complete yet. I think that we are basically sticking with this "Kobe draws double-team and kicks out for a Three" offense until we get our team in one peace (at least Kobe, maybe Vlade/George . . . but definetly Kobe).

And all of this, and we were right there with the best team in the East (record wise). We were also right there with Phoenix (twice), Sacramento (we won one), and were in a close one with the Spurs (late free throws decided that outcome).


Couple of things. Caron was out but JJ is much better defender. So what ever Caron would have brought for offense he would have gave up on defense.

People who think Vlade is the missing link, I feel for you.

DG? Do you really think he is what is missing? In case you didnt know he like to spot up for three's too. So I guess he would fit right in.

Lamar and Kobe have still not gelled and found their two man game because they have no practice time together.


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If you think this isnt our system you may want to go look at Rudy Three's last years in H-Town.
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Postby purple_and_gold_fever on Sun Dec 26, 2004 2:31 pm

Runway wrote:
purple_and_gold_fever wrote:and the heats only had 7... :man6: :man6:


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Postby Crono0801 on Sun Dec 26, 2004 3:02 pm

Ring It Up wrote:
dynasty4kobe wrote:I've never been happier/non-dissapointed by a loss. Of course I was a little (a little more than "little") dissapointed, but I liked what could possibly be in the future. Think about it:

No Caron Butler, our starting small forward.

No Vlade Divac, out original starting center, and only other 7 footer.

No Deavon George, ummm . . . ., no Deavon George.

Kobe is still bothered by plantar fasciatis.

Lamar and Kobe have still not gelled and found their two man game because they have no practice time together.

Our system is not even complete yet. I think that we are basically sticking with this "Kobe draws double-team and kicks out for a Three" offense until we get our team in one peace (at least Kobe, maybe Vlade/George . . . but definetly Kobe).

And all of this, and we were right there with the best team in the East (record wise). We were also right there with Phoenix (twice), Sacramento (we won one), and were in a close one with the Spurs (late free throws decided that outcome).


Couple of things. Caron was out but JJ is much better defender. So what ever Caron would have brought for offense he would have gave up on defense.

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Postby Ring It Up on Sun Dec 26, 2004 4:48 pm

Crono0801 wrote:
Ring It Up wrote:
dynasty4kobe wrote:I've never been happier/non-dissapointed by a loss. Of course I was a little (a little more than "little") dissapointed, but I liked what could possibly be in the future. Think about it:

No Caron Butler, our starting small forward.

No Vlade Divac, out original starting center, and only other 7 footer.

No Deavon George, ummm . . . ., no Deavon George.

Kobe is still bothered by plantar fasciatis.

Lamar and Kobe have still not gelled and found their two man game because they have no practice time together.

Our system is not even complete yet. I think that we are basically sticking with this "Kobe draws double-team and kicks out for a Three" offense until we get our team in one peace (at least Kobe, maybe Vlade/George . . . but definetly Kobe).

And all of this, and we were right there with the best team in the East (record wise). We were also right there with Phoenix (twice), Sacramento (we won one), and were in a close one with the Spurs (late free throws decided that outcome).


Couple of things. Caron was out but JJ is much better defender. So what ever Caron would have brought for offense he would have gave up on defense.

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:man3: :man3: :man3: :man3: Wade was crossing the hell out of JJ


Imagine Caron out there. I didnt say he was a great defender. I said he is better than Caron.
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Postby kobe6962 on Sun Dec 26, 2004 5:53 pm

JJ does a fairly good job on defense he got a big charge on Wade last night. He also got some big stops against the Kings at home a few months ago. So he does play better on D then Butler in my opinion JJ did well yesterday
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Postby Guest on Mon Dec 27, 2004 10:34 am

KB8 till infinity wrote:I have to blame Odom too for this loss! He had all of our 8 points in overtime but why did he once again disappear in the second half! If he would have stayed active we would have won but EVERY game Odom starts GREAT and disappears! Its not he miss shots but he is not even trying to score! He was so clutch in overtime! Why didn´t he demand the ball in the 3rd and 4th quarter :bang: ! He has to carry the load! Our f**kin bench scored a total of 4 points and i thought we have a good bench! Man had Odom made his free throw it would have been 95-94! I´m fine for the first time because me and nearly every one expected a loss and we could have won! We are not like Atlanta going down by 30 but we need to close out games! I´m optimistic that with one trade we could be a pretty solid team out there!


NO, we can't blame odom. He did a very good job in the game and OT.
He just played one of two best games this season so far.
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Postby Lakers Dynasty 2000 on Wed Dec 29, 2004 12:17 am

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