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Nice No Bone Head Bynum Defense. In the first quarter he keeps watching the Knicks go in for lay ups. NICE BONE HEAD MOVE WHEN KOBE IN BOUNDS THE BALL TO HIM AND THEN BYNUM WALKS OUT OF BOUNDS TO THROW THE BALL BACK IN. LOWEST IQ EVER!!!!
January 22, 2010 at 05:20 PM
Good first half defense by the Fakers !!!
January 22, 2010 at 06:23 PM
"NICE BONE HEAD MOVE WHEN KOBE IN BOUNDS THE BALL TO HIM AND THEN BYNUM WALKS OUT OF BOUNDS TO THROW THE BALL BACK IN. LOWEST IQ EVER!!!!"
I've never seen an NBA player do that. I agree, lowest IQ ever. I may be wrong, but even Odom wouldn't make a play that dumb. Just embarrassing. Expect to see that on Youtube.
January 22, 2010 at 08:10 PM
So you have a split vote on the polls!! That's pretty unsurprising.
My take is, I like the polls, as long as you phrase the polls intelligently, which you have been. Plus,it gives the blog another element, which is nice.
The only thing that I would suggest is to mix it up a little bit with other bloggers. We all know you're a nice guy, and we respect that, but it would be cool to see you put someone in their place every now and then!!
dan the man |
January 22, 2010 at 08:14 PM
Gasol + Bynum 14-22. Kobe 8-24. All too many stretches with kobe at the top of they key with the ball, zero motion from the other players - hands on hips for several of them. Though he did do some two man stuff with Gasol at stretches. So the saga continues - Kobe at less that 100% and no altering the offensive attack based on that fact.
While the Laker bigs did get touches, the offensive plan did not seem to be PUNISH THEM DOWN LOW, where Lakers had a clear advantage.
No clue what is going on here.
January 22, 2010 at 10:46 PM
I've been posting for 4 years telling you guys that Kobe can hurt this team by taking too many shots...it's funny to see that its taken a lot of you 4 years to figure out that I'm right. If he was more of a playmaker and took fewer and smarter shots (i.e. Lebron), this team would be far better.
LA Guy |
January 22, 2010 at 11:17 PM
Posted by: George | January 22, 2010 at 05:20 PM
So one mistake is a clear indicator that one has the "lowest IQ ever"? Don't even act like you've never made a mistake.
It's good to know that we have quack-psychologists who try to say things of import on this blog.
January 23, 2010 at 01:24 AM
Half-way through observations: Compared to Cavs & Celtics Lakers have yet to show physical & mental toughness, for 48 minutes and IQ to take advantage of strengths? Except for Odom, Laker players are invariably watching the backsides of opposing players instead of the ball on rebounds! Not enough team-D & heads up conversation in crucial situations. Not enough movement to create passing angles when a team mate is trapped. You can excuse bad shooting nights but not a lack of intensity on D, and on/off ball movement. Glad to see Farmar & Brown attacking a bit more. Along with Odom they should be driving to the basket the way Rondo & other opposing players do to get our bigs in foul trouble. No reason for Lakers not to finish 7-1 on this road trip, that's what the Cavs & Celtics would do with the same opposition on the road. Too bad Sasha & Morrison have been real busts on a championship team!! Go Lakers set higher rebounding & D goals for rest of season!
January 23, 2010 at 01:54 AM
@LA Guy but now we got an injured Kobe doing the same thing. and the motitavion and flow of the team getting worse because of it. And it keeps happennig over and over again.
Kobe needs an intervention. This is bordering on bad entertainment, repeition of negative patterns of behavior.
Phil needs to take Kobe aside and say "Ok, first the earth cooled. Shelter was a primary concern. then man started to use hammer and chisel to communicate. And take it all the way up to the present. Advent of internet age, etc. Put it into some kind of big picture context that Kobe might understand. These are "plight of man issues". THe fact that man is finite, the universe infinite.
What I want to avoid is "bad entertainment". One giant leap forward for Laker-kind.
January 23, 2010 at 03:40 AM
Obviously you dont know the difference between a mistake and plain right dumb! Bone Head Baby Bynum doers things a first grader wouldnt do and that inbounds play where he then walked out of bounds is one of many. How about the lay up where he just left the area because as the announcers said, "he wasnt watching the ball."
January 23, 2010 at 11:22 AM
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