Lakers stage quite a comeback

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Kobe Bryant celebrates during the final moments of the Lakers' 89-85 Game 1 victory against Tim Duncan and the San Antonio Spurs. Full Story
Ibleedpurpleand gold

Detroit, MI

#1 May 22, 2008
La la la, this game added a few greys to my head. But what a closing. this is our time. There can only be one. lol
Jay

United States

#2 May 22, 2008
That was awesome, spurs still scare me though, we have to win game two
GEo

Beverly Hills, CA

#3 May 22, 2008
That was great! That's what happens when the MVP is on your team. Can't wait till tomorrow!
JRR

Los Angeles, CA

#4 May 22, 2008
The last half of that game was spectacular.

GO LAKERS!!!
Olskool

Pomona, CA

#5 May 22, 2008
Ok, so We can now let out a collective sigh of relief that the LAKERS still hold home court advantage!!!! It was obvious that the LAKERS were totally flat and out ot sync for most of the game,but the sign of a championship caliber ball club is to be able to come back from adversity and set things straight,in that respect,WELL DONE LAKERS!!!!! BUT PLEASE!!, I don't think my heart can stand another game like that.......GO LAKESHOW
josemachacatecla s

Spain

#6 May 22, 2008
lakers will gain in 6
jess

Long Beach, CA

#7 May 22, 2008
lakers did pretty good!
go lakers....
Dan

Los Angeles, CA

#8 May 22, 2008
Glad to see the defense step up and Kobe taking charge in the second half
Let's hope they start doing that in the beginning of the game
Bob

Harbor City, CA

#9 May 22, 2008
For all you Phill Jackson Doubters, he showed why he is paid 10 million a year. The whole game changed in the third quarter when he inserted Farmer and Vauldi in as guards and move Bryant to small forward. He also changed the defensive scheme at the same time on Duncan and Parker, which took them out of their game.
Realtooreal

Oakland, CA

#10 May 22, 2008
Thanks for such good 'ballin' Lakers!!! Keep up the great hustle; that is how championships are won.
josie lucas

Philippines

#11 May 22, 2008
when will trevor ariza and andrew baynum paled thanks
angel

Central District, Hong Kong

#12 May 22, 2008
it's still a long way to go but i believe they can do it to the final
Cowboy

United States

#14 May 23, 2008
If I were you I won’t be jumping up and down yelling NBA Champs just yet, keep in mind that the series is the best out of seven games besides the Lakers had a whole week to prepare and could only manage a half-ass game. I guarantee half of Laker nation doesn’t have any fingernails left for tonight. The Spurs coming off a win on Monday arrived at LAX hours before the game and held the Lakers to under 100 points imagine what a well rested Spurs team can do…..if you don’t know….just give the Hornets a holler.

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