Lakers have no time to lament

Lakers have no time to lament

There are 4 comments on the LA Daily News story from Jun 19, 2008, titled Lakers have no time to lament. In it, LA Daily News reports that:

Kobe Bryant said he is much happier about where the Lakers stand now and the team needs to continue to look forward.

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angela skeete

Virgin Islands, U.S.

#1 Jun 19, 2008
I have been a lakers fan from i was teenager new i am 41 yrs and still love the team.I am so proud of you guys no one expected you to reach this far when the season started.Just get stronger and come back next year and we will go all the way.
Big Dog

Yorba Linda, CA

#2 Jul 2, 2008
Lakers all the way next year!!! Lakers just need to make some changes to guarantee a championship. Lets see, we need to get rid of Odom. He's weak. We need someone who can score, so lets trade him for Garnett, a guy who can really score. We also need to get rid of Gasol. He's just too weak to go up against the big centers. We need some really powerful guy that will clog up the middle, like Kendrick Perkins. So we'll trade for him also. Also, I'm sick of Vujacic being such a cry baby and soft on defense. We need someone who can shoot three's like theres no tomorrow. How about a true guard like Ray Allen. Lets trade Vujacic for Allen. Finally, Kobe's great but his shooting percentage sucks big time most of the time. We need someone who can shoot the lights out with a good percentage, who isnt a crybaby, and can really deliver in the fourth quarter. Lets say we get a player like Paul Pierce and get rid of Kobe.
Yes, that sounds better and this New Laker squad of Ray Allen, Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett, Kendrick Perkins and maybe throw in Eddie House and I'll bet we could win next year for sure!!!
Jay P

Reno, NV

#3 Jul 3, 2008
I'm very disappointed in Bryant for giving the title away to the Celtics, just like LeBron did for the Spurs last year. Like LeBron, he gave up. He did give it his all, like Jordan always did. I think there may have been a pact between him the the Celtics 3. Don't think I'll ever watch Bryant play again. Same goes for LeBron. They can be your next MJ candidates. But they're never going to be mine. MJ would have driven a stake right through the hearts of the Spurs last year and the Celtics this year.
Cruz Dog

Reno, NV

#4 Jul 3, 2008
Yeah, I'm with Jay P. It was clear Bryant did not give it his all. Same goes for the rest of the team, especially Pau and Lamar. And what happened to Fisher? Why the disappearing acts if this is what you worked for all year? Coach Phil? He won't get his 10th championship. He can try all he wants, but he'll never get it.

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