remixed wrote: GWHiZiTSPHiL wrote:
BryantDunkGiant wrote: Supastas wrote:
ChainLink wrote:That's not what I meant. Give credit as in "Yes the Utah Jazz played very well tonight". I didn't mean "Congratulations, thanks for kicking us in the rear end tonight" or anything like that.
Too many people are saying "Butler sucked, or Odom doesn't fit with the Lakers, or Tierre Brown and Rush should be traded", etc. Clearly people are overreacting over just one game (just like yesterday, people overreacted, saying things like "Mihm will be an All Star this year"). Maybe they need to consider that the Jazz are a good team, and need to admit their team played better tonight (which you did). That's what I meant.
Good stuff. You'll always find Laker fans overreacting, its normal. The Jazz were better today. But I don't think they're as good as they looked. And the Lakers definately aren't as bad as they looked. It's just one game in the season. Not only that, a back to back road game.
Great post once again, ChainLink
Disagree... LA set 3 franchise records in this game, its one of their WORST defeats in their HISTORY. Not just a L... a big fat disappointing 26 point blowout. They didn't even belong on the court. To give the other team credit isn't fair. When the Hawks get dismantled by the Suns, its not exactly how "great" the Suns are, its how "bad" the Hawks are. Same goes for LA. Teams don't shoot 29%, the Lakers don't shoot 29%... nowadays teams don't give up 100 points... Credit the Jazz for stopping the entire laker squad, putting them in a funk, making them miss every possible shot, and schooling each of their defenders?
If that's the case, it's going to be a LONG season....
Please tell me that first rounder to boston is lottery protected.