Lakers' loss to Charlotte leaves Odom...

Lakers' loss to Charlotte leaves Odom in a down mood

There are 16 comments on the LA Daily News story from Jan 29, 2009, titled Lakers' loss to Charlotte leaves Odom in a down mood. In it, LA Daily News reports that:

The Lakers' double-overtime loss Tuesday to the Charlotte Bobcats put them in a reflective mood as the clock moved toward midnight.

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San Marcos, TX

#1 Jan 29, 2009
let's just say the lakers didn't show up and should be blamed collectively. pj should start sasha as his point guard rather than fisher. fisher should be on the second unit during the road trip. phil, what have you got to lose. fisher can't guard the perimeter, and often leave his man to double team then stand in the paint and watch a three point shot.
Kontra Lakers

Don Bosco, Philippines

#2 Jan 29, 2009
Yeah, just keep blaming yourself Lamar - coz you ain't learnin' at all! It may be too late before ya know it when you wake up one of these days wearing a different jersey.

Blue Island, IL

#3 Jan 29, 2009
Lamar keep your head up, you are a hell of a player,went to the finals last year how many can say that! Phil the line up is perfect! Derrick Fisher Mr. 0.4 is good, Keep playing hard, Im the biggest Laker fan around and Craig Hodges is form our hometown Keep Bynum healthy, because we everyone to help for championship!

Blue Island, IL

#4 Jan 29, 2009
Kobe keep playing like MJ, teams are scared of you because of the 81 points the just don't want to be 82 (smile)

United States

#5 Jan 29, 2009
the lakers- suck

El Monte, CA

#6 Jan 29, 2009
it is not the first time they make the same mistake. one times is ok, at the begining of the game is ok but time after time at the end of the game. that is ridiculus. I do not play basket ball but I watch it all the time. I do not think I can make such a stupid mistake. vlade is a pro at that same mistake. he makes it almost the all game. I so one time the ornet 3 point shouter make 10 3 pointer last year against the lakers with axactly the same play. I so it coming I wasnt surprise. the only guy who can recover on time at that play is ariza. a very smart guy. he will fake to go and come back so fast. usualy he still the ball or at least block the shut or distruct it. every one else in the lakers should not even try it. stay with man specialy few second left to paly and you leading by 3. what do think the only thing they would love to do tay the game. why leave him open let him score 2 points if he can. so what. stupid.
Mike G

United States

#7 Jan 29, 2009
That's the problem with you lakers...Obviously, you guys let down because it's just the Bobcats. Wake up guys!!!! Treat everygame a playoff game....The bobcats? at Home? wow!!! You guys are ridiculous. Please, never let up!!!! You guys should wear a shirt with that phrase on it.

Bridgewater, MA

#8 Jan 29, 2009
Dwain Wade is underrated ..he deseves to be MVP
Senior basketball analyst

Bridgewater, MA

#9 Jan 29, 2009
Do not blame odom.....blame phil Jackson...Bynum was not sopposed to have been removed and replaced with Gasol in the first OT.. I mean he was hot..Gasol was not really in the mood ...even if he wanted gasol in he wold have taken out walton .. I mean PHil Miscalculated......
DR Len

New York, NY

#10 Jan 29, 2009
Should be in the HOF.

United States

#11 Jan 29, 2009
oh well,lamar deserves that lost,he showed off in front of the clippers by dunking,and grabing his lil d!ck,oh well,it is what it is

Los Angeles, CA

#12 Feb 2, 2009
I can see why Bryant's Jersey # came in #1 ahead of Kevin Garnetts. He has never taken
a team such as the Timberwolves to the playoffs. The last game the Celtics played without him, they won hands down. I don't know where you people get the idea that he is the Leader
of the Celtics. It is PAUL PIERCE's team not Kevin Garnetts, he just came and took it over without even earning it. He is too old and crepid to be on a winning team, the Celtics do fine, no let me rephrase that, they do excellent without him, probably because they don't hear all that
hollering he does when someone misses a play!
David Puddy

Arcadia, CA

#13 Feb 2, 2009
Lakeland said: Garnett has never taken such as the Timberwolves to the playoffs".......if fact, Garnett took the Timberwolves into the playoffs 8 consecutive years

Schuylkill Haven, PA

#14 Feb 2, 2009
kg is still a good player,he won a ring wit the celtics,the celtics won the title because of the trade that brought 2 super stars togther wit paul pierce,and plus like the lakers,the celtics have a deep bench
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Bridgewater, MA

#16 Feb 3, 2009
ehhhhhhhh KG is an elite .. Amateur for anyone who cannot see it .....he deserved to be MVP more than once.No doubt age is creeping in but his dynamics is still very valuable in the higly competitive NBA

United States

#17 Feb 3, 2009
he deserves the defensive player of the year award more

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