Lakers lose the handle late and Nuggets even series

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The Lakers certainly had their chances. Plenty of them. Glorious ones. There were a string of moments when they could have taken command of Game 2 of the Western Conference finals, seizing control of both the game and the series. Full Story
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Annoyed

Los Angeles, CA

#22 May 25, 2009
rrenault wrote:
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What's You team the WARRIORS?
Pls tell us and how many players in Your team You don't respect.
Oh....you are referring to Monta Ellis, Latrell Sprewell, Tim Hardaway (post career incident tarnished him in my eyes), Jason Richardson (anyone with a domestic violence charge on him is pond scum to me). Chris Webber was man enough to work things out with Don Nelson so he regained my respect. I am not afraid of saying that Stephen Jackson is in need of psychiatric medication. I am not going to blast Baron Davis except for the way that he waited until the last possible moment to opt out of the Warrior deal but with knowing about some of the ownership and management issues I can understand why he wanted to protect himself.

Is this a valid enough response to your question?
Shaq

Pleasanton, CA

#23 May 25, 2009
The Lakers aint shiiit wit out me!
Annoyed

Los Angeles, CA

#24 May 25, 2009
Oh and you can add Michael Ray Richardson to the list of former Warriors who deserve a smack.
Larry

Corona, CA

#25 May 25, 2009
Who cares about basketball anyways. Inner city thug sport.
USC fan in vegas

AOL

#27 May 25, 2009
PLEASE everyone, do not let "ANNOYED" get to you.Obviously he doesn't have a life and he lives to try to annoy everyone else. Don't give him the pleasure. Ignore the ignorant and they will go away!!!
Annoyed

Los Angeles, CA

#28 May 25, 2009
USC fan in vegas wrote:
PLEASE everyone, do not let "ANNOYED" get to you.Obviously he doesn't have a life and he lives to try to annoy everyone else. Don't give him the pleasure. Ignore the ignorant and they will go away!!!
Read my last responses there I have actually been moe mature and respectful to the Lakers fans such as yourself then likewise. Before you jump on someone you should take a moment to read what was said. Your reading comprehension is not the best I am afraid. You won't read this and respond though because you might actually think you might owe me an apology.

Game 4 tonight...so what did you folks think about it? There were reports of 'melo not being at 100 percent which if true would lead me to give the Nuggets credit for stepping it up. Oh but that's Laker-bashing in your eyes.

“Rough road ahead”

Since: Aug 07

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#29 Jun 4, 2009
Annoyed wrote:
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Actually I respect a player like Derek Fisher, a man who put his family first when he asked Utah to let him out of his contract. I respected Laker players like AC Green, Kurt Rambis and Michael Cooper. Heck I even give respect to guys Michael Madsen who may not have the skills of some of your favorite players but at least goes at it with a bit of heart. See I am a fan of the game and I do pay attention not only to the headliners but also to the role players. Oh but don't worry I show respect to some of the headliners. Guys like Dominique Wilkins, Byron Scott (Yes I did think Jason Kidd threw him under the bus in New Jersey). I am not a fan of a lot of today's players because character does count for me. Charles Barkley was right ballplayers should not be viewed as role models but he knew he had to step up and be responsible with the DUI stop.
If it makes you feel better you can call me childish names and things like that. You actually serve to make my point for me - many of today's fans have short attention span and are willing to accept character flaws in a player if they bring titles to the team. As you know there are a lot of people begging for their favorite team to sign Michael Vick the moment he is reinstated by the NFL.
Now if you will excuse me I will focus the rest of my day thinking about heroes. Guys like Pat Tillman who walked away from sports in the pursuit of a higher calling and made the ultimate sacrifice. Guys like that are a hero to me.
Sorry, took so long to answer, but I felt sleep half way Your post.

I any player or person ofr that matter in Fish position would had done the same thing.

I don't recall calling You any names, but I that what You want I have no problem doing that.

KB' personal life is KB's personal life what he does is his and his wife problem no one elses.

I know how to draw the line.

I don't have a favorite player on this team, I am just a Lakers' fan.

My personal life is enough for I don't need to be worrying about any ones else personal life.

“Rough road ahead”

Since: Aug 07

Location hidden

#30 Jun 4, 2009
Annoyed wrote:
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Oh....you are referring to Monta Ellis, Latrell Sprewell, Tim Hardaway (post career incident tarnished him in my eyes), Jason Richardson (anyone with a domestic violence charge on him is pond scum to me). Chris Webber was man enough to work things out with Don Nelson so he regained my respect. I am not afraid of saying that Stephen Jackson is in need of psychiatric medication. I am not going to blast Baron Davis except for the way that he waited until the last possible moment to opt out of the Warrior deal but with knowing about some of the ownership and management issues I can understand why he wanted to protect himself.
Is this a valid enough response to your question?
Well I can't blame Baron Davis either for wanting to get away from that back staving rat Don Nelson.

Yeah, good enough of a response.

Now I know how sad You are.

“Rough road ahead”

Since: Aug 07

Location hidden

#31 Jun 4, 2009
Celtichooligan wrote:
LA = Queers, thugs n drugs....KOBE swallows enough said....
Ha ha ha, he is just bitter, wonder why?
Showtime

Los Angeles, CA

#32 Jun 4, 2009
rrenault wrote:
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Ha ha ha, he is just bitter, wonder why?
thats ok he can always pop in a Celtic DVD if he gets bored.

“Rough road ahead”

Since: Aug 07

Location hidden

#34 Jun 5, 2009
Showtime wrote:
<quoted text> thats ok he can always pop in a Celtic DVD if he gets bored.
Yeah use the old DVD trick to make the pain go away.....lol

Good call.
Water Boy

Stanton, CA

#35 Jun 5, 2009
rrenault wrote:
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Well I can't blame Baron Davis either for wanting to get away from that back staving rat Don Nelson.
Yeah, good enough of a response.
Now I know how sad You are.
Well, If he's truly annoyed with Kobe as he says,
He must have been on cloud 9 last night...

“Rough road ahead”

Since: Aug 07

Location hidden

#36 Jun 5, 2009
Water Boy wrote:
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Well, If he's truly annoyed with Kobe as he says,
He must have been on cloud 9 last night...
You better believe he was dying last nite.

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