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Bruce Willis' interview during Lakers game precedes team's late-game run

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For a game that presented mostly frustrating moments for the Lakers in their 108-100 loss Monday to the New Orleans Hornets, at least fans were treated to a very entertaining interview with actor Bruce Willis.

Willis has been in New Orleans to film the movie, "Red," and he and his wife, Emma Heming, were invited by Hornets owner George Shinn to sit courtside at the Lakers-Hornets game at New Orleans Arena. Sounds like a sweet deal, but when your day job involves firing pistols in the French Quarter or somehow propelling a car into a helicopter, I guess that's really just OK.

Clearly, Willis' on-air interview with KCAL 9's John Ireland shows he had a good time. I couldn't find the video of the interview, so below is the transcript of the on-air exchange. It doesn't capture the hilarity as it would if you saw video, but the answers below clearly show Willis was also thinking about Hurricanes. (The video will be immediately posted if I find it online, or if someone send the link). 

Ireland: "First of all, I noticed you were cheering for both teams. You're a fan of good basketball, I guess."

Willis: "I like good plays, that's all. I just like watching good plays, good teams. Great fan support here."

Ireland: You're filming the movie "Red" here. What's it about?

Willis: "Entertainment. Big entertaining cast. We have a lot of fun down here. We just came out of Toronto for two cold months. To come down here, great town. A really great town."

Ireland: "I know you're a big sports fan of all sorts of sports. Have you ever had a seat this good for an NBA game?"

Willis: Umm, not lately [smiles]. Not lately. George [Shinn] has been very kind. Him and his wife, very nice tonight. And a great game. Not over yet.

Willis wasn't lying. Immediately after that interview, the Lakers went on a 9-0 run and trailed only 87-81 with 5:28 remaining. Unfortunately for the Lakers, that was as close as it would get. Clearly, the Lakers didn't get the memo that if they came back and won, the game would've been featured in Willis' upcoming movie.

UPDATED 3:44 p.m. - Still no sight of Willis' interview with KCAL-9. But reader Ryan Knaus shared a link of another interview Willis did during the Lakers-Hornets game with a New Orleans network. Different answers to different questions, but Willis definitely had the same demeanor. Funny stuff.

--Mark Medina

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Photo: Actor Bruce Willis with his wife, Emma Heming, right, and New Orleans Hornets owner George Shinn, left, sitting with his wife Denise during the second half of a game against the Los Angeles Lakers at the New Orleans Arena. Credit: Derick E. Hingle / U.S. Presswire

 
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This was HILARIOUS live!! MM and I posted right away that there was definitely something going on with him. Hurricanes actually explains a LOT!

Too bad Johnny Irish didn't keep going - Lakers were on a roll right then... He probably was laughing too hard!

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Lackluster. The Lakers are playing without passion. The chip on their shoulder that propelled them to excellence last season has been replaced by the belly of contentment. A budha, if you will. I have a hard time seeing this team repeat. Too many 'E' intangibles are left unaccounted for: effort, execution, energy.

The bench seems like it has taken the regular season off. After a torid start Shannon Brown is a non-factor. He plays his 15-20 mpg without the same fervor since just before the All Star break. Not sure if his lack of an impact on the Dunk competition has somehow creeped into his mind (why I cannot fathom), but he's not playing instinctively. He hasn't made a decissive pass in over a month. He's gun shy about throwing it into the post when Gasol and Odom have sealed their men (heck, even when Kobe or Artest gets good post position). Outside of a game here or there, UPS just hasn't been showing me what Brown can do for me.

Farmar seems like he is resigned to moving on in the regular season, knows a big contract isn't out there (what with the NBA exploding in 2011) and is content to sort of lollygag it out. Porous defence, hardly any assists and a propensity to look for his own before he passes to a big has become so predictable it could be turned into a drinking game. I am done with Farmar. I say bench him for the rest of the season. Sasha can't be any worse.

Sasha has been yo-yoed in and out of any meaningful minutes all season long. Granted, his shoulder injury prevented what had seemed to be a confidence building run a month or so ago, but since then he's gotten meager minutes and gone toe to toe with Brian Shaw. His defense is consistently better than Farmar's and his shooting is just as eratic as Brown's has become. He's a better rebounder and defender than either one is showing me at this stage of the season.

The fact that the staff is as excited about the prospect of getting Luke back on the floor as I am bodes horribly for most Laker fans (ie Luke Haters) but I am looking forward to a bench player (now that Lamar is back in the starting 5) that actually tries to run the offense, work inside out and can pass with aplomb. Hopefully the return of Luke will cascade into an overall increase in team play.

I would actually like to comed DJ Mbenga for his D. He's been playing with the passion we seem to lack, but he's a scrub, he'll never crack the Big Minute ceiling on this team (nor should he) and he can be a foul magnet and won't be looked upon to carry us offensivly in the Playoffs (nor should he).

Josh Powell has struggled all year with his shot and is also a spot contributor, unlike Brown and Farmar.

If it seems like I'm singling out our bench it's because I am. They stink right now. I see a short rotation getting shorter if this becomes the status quo.

In the words of Van Halen, "Where have all the good times gone?"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-NiE1p0h7HM

Poor perimeter defense? What's new?

Problem is Fisher can't check a coat and Kobe doesn't consistently defend throughout the shot clock. Kobe cheats, sags, helps or whatever leaving his man open for great looks. That is why Quinton Richardson and others 2 guards have torched the Lakers.

We have debated this issue repeatedly. Fisher is the weak link and Phil hasn't made change. Phil is now not playing Sasha, which makes Sasha game suffer too.

Phil should not play Fisher at all.
He should go with Farmar, Brown and Sasha.

The noise about Fisher being a veteran presence is garbage.

As longs a Fisher starts, finishes and gets major minutes these problems will continue.


Posted by: Todd

Todd it is good to see at least one fan is actually watching the game.

Please someone post the video! I want to see the hilarity. :-)

Does Farmar ever own up to his own inadequacies? He always seems to find an excuse for his poor and inconsistent play.

Posted by: Tom | March 30, 2010 at 10:07 AM

Tom, I'm beginning to wonder the same thing. Does Jordan even realize that there is only one guy on the team where we run plays for? And, even in those situations, "running a play for" is a misnomer, because the closest PJ ever gets to that is a spread-floor set where Kobe gets the ball in the pinch post or at the top on either the left or right side.

If PJ doesn't run plays for Kobe, why would he run them for Farmar or Brown? I know he had lots of plays run for him at UCLA. But this ain't UCLA!

--FEARless

At this time last year, the record was LAL 58-16 and we had just lost two in a row, the second one being a 10-point embarassment at the hands of the Bobcats, who did not even qualify for the playoffs. The Lakers then 'turned on the switch' and won 7 of the remaining 8 games enroute to the Championship.

Exactly a year later, the LAL record is 54-20 and we had just lost an embarassing game to the Hornets who have already been eliminated from the playoffs. Sounds familiar, right?

So, just like last year, it is now time to 'turn on the switch'.

Bruce Willis was in fine form. He's one of the good ones.

Exactly a year later, the LAL record is 54-20 and we had just lost an embarassing game to the Hornets who have already been eliminated from the playoffs. Sounds familiar, right?So, just like last year, it is now time to 'turn on the switch'. Posted by: The Snake | March 30, 2010 at 01:33 PM
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You always know what I'm going to say before I say it Snake, but I'm going to say it anyway...OUT FREAKIN STANDING BROTHER!!
MAMBA24(lARRY)

@FEARLESS, PREACH BROTHER, PREACH!!
mamba24(larry)

@JAMIE SWEET, CRANK IT UP BROTHER!!
mamba24(larry)

Here's the thing though. I don't think it's a matter of flipping the switch. Yeah it's great for Lakers fans that the team won the championship, but because the team played with fire, they were VERY CLOSE to getting eliminated in the Western Conference semifinals. Fans would surely have a different outlook on last year's team if that happened. The Lakers very well can kind of go through the emotions and get away with it because of their talent, but it's definitely not a guarantee it would work. I also think it wold be harder to pull that off this year since all the teams are gunning for the defending champs.

MM

Why Cleveland is such a great place to live, especially for you, Jon K!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ysmLA5TqbIY


Don't blame Andrew if he doesnt come back before the playoffs..Blame the lakers..They are famous for downplaying injuries to sell playoff tickets. It could be more serious then the lakers are letting on..Don't be surprised if it turns out that way.

"The noise about Fisher being a veteran presence is garbage.

As longs a Fisher starts, finishes and gets major minutes these problems will continue."

this keeps being OH SO wrong.
Artest got 3 open threes with the Lakers trying to mount a comeback.
missed all 3 of them.
PJ put Fish back in. a couple of possessions later, he got a three.
drilled it.
it is not a coincidence. suggesting Mr. EgoBricks, aka Jordan Farmar, or Mr. Sharapova, well, that's nothing short of hilarious.

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Frustrat-o-rama!

This roadtrip would give us the answers and it certainly has. We suck! I was the only one calling an exit in the 2nd round in the poll recently but I'm beginning to doubt we'll get that far. After our loss to the Cavs I really wanted to see them in the finals - bad! But now... IF we'd get that far I couldn't bare the humiliation we'd be put through by that prancing team. They'd kick the living feces out of us. Oh boy, it's such a shame, when we actually are THE BEST team in the league. It's the same kind of waste as when Kobe and The Big Parasite bickered away a dynasty.

Damn these knucklheads! How hard can it be? Even if we stink up the joint shooting wise we can still give an effort on defense. Take care of and move the ball. The big question is: Are these players willing to do whatever it takes to win a championship? The obvious answer would be no.

Even though I'm a natural born pessimist I still believe Fisher has one good playoff round and a couple of big shots left in him but it sure is frustrating watching him clanking it up. I guess we'll have to repeatedly pound it inside in the playoffs as there's no way we'll have consistant outside shooting. Too bad opposing teams will pack the lane...

What the hell happened to this team???

You know what's the really frustrating thing for me, the players that have an excuse to coast (Kobe and Pau) are the only ones playing their hearts out right now

When the real season starts we will all be 0-0 . I am not concerned about losing games now, although i would like to finish strong but dont forget we ARE CHAMPIONS, WE KNOW HOW TO WIN.

@MM

I agree with the 'switch flip' mentality. I don't see the majority of the roster having a higher level to attain. pau and Kobe have a higher level and that's it. I think we could get more out of Artest, but at the expense of the team identity we've taken years to build. We can't get much more out of Lamar (injuries, team-oriented mentality, etc.) but we expect a lot more out of Fisher, Farmar, Brown, Powell Bynum* (asterick will be explained), and Vujacic. Out of those three, Fisher, Farmar and Brown are (supposedly) playing for a new contract.


Fisher is playing for his last one, trying to prove he can still play (evidence lacking based on this season) and be a major factor as a PG in the NBA. Farmar is playing for what should be his 1st big NBA pay day. Brown is playing to prove he's not the journeyman player that bounced around the league for his 1st few seasons and isn't a playoff flash in the pan from last year. What GM would look at any of their body of work (from this year) and say, "You're my guy?"

None.

No switch can be flipped. Nothing external (sorry Blog Crew) can fix this. It's in the players. Somewhere, inside their collective self lies the answer. The coaches have been putting the same, basic puzle together for over two seasons (since Gasol got here). The pieces are there, the picture eludes.

Oh yeah... the '*' by Bynum. My juries still out. Hasn't ever been able to play a full, meaningful season (and won't this year) and he hasn't been placed under the same pressure as the rest of the team. So...the higher level he could, theoretically, have. We haven't had a chance to see it.

Thanks mamba24, you got spirit, if only we could channel our passion to the team.


This is the first time in my life (I'm 52 yrs. old) that I'm so ashamed to be a Laker fan. I was watching the game in ESPN Disney in Orange County and when I found out that the Lakers was losing by ten points in the third quarter I just did not bother to watch the whole game because I know for sure that those cocky & pathetic Laker players (except for Kobe and Pau)will lost that game. I just played with my two kids not bothering to look at the score anymore eventhough the game was only in the third quarter. I know for sure when the Lakers will lose the game or not. I have been wrong only once or twice. This Lakers squad have no concern on their fans feeling. They only play with passion if they like too. Unlike the players of Cavaliers wherein you'll be sure that they will play hard every game. I'm so ashamed to be called a Laker fan nowadays. I have to removed my Kobe's jersey and change it to Adidas shirt because I don't want to be identified as a Laker fan in that crowded ESPN Disney. I hope Cleveland will kick their butt if ever they meet in the Finals (which I doubt very much because those proud Laker players will go down in the second round)

Ninoy,

I think you are lost, you belong over here:

http://www.cavstheblog.com/

DFish,

Are you aware that you are an awful human being?

Other people are aware of that fact.

What do we play for? RINGS!!!

Lakers Today... Lakers Tomorrow... Lakers Forever.

GO LAKERS!!!

Posted by: Jon boy K, a complete clown

Yes Jonny boy K....I wake up every morning and tell myself I'm an awful human being.


Hey I found an interview that Bruce Willis did and it's just posted. It's not the same interview he did with KCAL-9, but he sounds like he's still hammered. lol

MM

By the way Jonny boy K...this new scenario that you want the Lakers to play Boston in the finals. Definitely sounds as though you are afraid of the Cavs !!!
Most champions want to play against the best !

Before we (me) totally hit the Panic Button, remember the Cavs had a 3 game losing streak recently, the Celts are struggling, as is the Feared (?) Nuggs. We need HC in the West, then Rest and get Healthy guys for the Big Tourney!

MM - I'm sorry but I really need to speak out here. These posts by the troll calling himself DFish are getting out of hand. We can all disregard the drivel he spews out on a regular basis, but he is now CONSTANTLY launching personal attacks against Jon K. This must not be allowed to continue. For the sake of our great community here, not to mention the rules of conduct that are supposed to be followed, I believe YOU should be the one to warn him - and then ban him if that doesn't work. It's only right, Mark. Attacks of a personal nature simply should not go unpunished.

Btw

Who cares about Bruce Willis!?!?

Trolls out in force. All predicting doom and even saying I told you so. But wait the season is not over and playoffs have not started. So we just give up as the trolls would have it and not play out the season because they said I told you so? Heck no. We win the chmpionship and then we Laker fans say to you...We told you so!

Posted by: JustaLakerFan | March 30, 2010 at 12:38 PM

Meant to repost this here on this thread.

To repeat is difficult because one side try to prove they can beat the champ the other side do not prove anything because they are the champ.

What's with the censorship? Can't take a non-profanity joke???

Hmmm... The Lakers of late kind of remind me of something. What is it? Can't put my finger on it... Oh, wait. I remember.

They remind me of the Lakers squad that marched through the playoffs 16-1 on their way to a back-to-back championship.

No reason to panic. It's a long season. And the REAL season hasn't even started yet.

Go Lake Show!

It's a bright sunshiny day here at TO. Hmmmmm!

How is Lakernation? I am too busy at work, no time to post. I am trying to catch up and feed my Lakerholicsm.

I don't want to miss this chance to wish JUSTA goodluck on his operation tomorrow. Don't be nervous, our prayers will calm you down. Lots of love, hugs and kisses :-).....

MAMBA24, please put me on any bandwagon to support the Lakers. There's no way I will get off even if it will just be me and you on that ride.

Rick F, I don't think you have joined the dark side. I feel you, I actually felt the love you have for the Lakers in you post in the previous blog. I don't know it felt sad.

Jeanette, there will be at least one more lakerholic on the wagon with you. I will never fall off that wagon!

LAKERS ALL THE WAY BABY!!!!
2010 NBA CHAMPIONS!!!!

I’M STAYING!!!
Never, never, never, never, never will I, to my Laker team say goodbye
They ‘re entitled to get weary, they’re not Superman, We can still win it all, Yes We Can
They may not now play with inspiration, but I still support them without hesitation
I’m on this ride until the end and I’m not getting off even if a ring they don’t win
The Lakers have bought such joy to my life, how could I desert them in a time of strife
I may not agree with Phil on everything, but the man came back and we got another ring
You want to go back to Kwame & Smush, I’ll take a bird in the hand, not one in the bush
In just two years we have experienced more, than most other teams could ever hope for
Some teams have never won a Ring, but that does not stop their fans from hoping.
The Lakers have won 15 and will win more, so why the hell would I head for the door.
If you want to leave & take a pass, Then go don’t let the door hit you in the @zz.
Posted by: mamba24 | March 30, 2010 at 06:10 AM
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I’M DRINKING THE LAKER KOOLAID, CAUSE I’M A LAKERHOLIC AND I BELIEVE– BANDWAGON
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(01) TROLL MAN – OWNER - New Jersey beats the Spurs after beating the Cavs and Celtics. STUFF HAPPENS!!
(02) LAKER IN BC – DRIVER - Everyone in the Lakers from head coach down to star players to bench players to the ball boys are burned out from 2 straight years in the Finals. Repeating in pro sports is not easy. The competition is not easy. I just hope they get it together by the playoffs. The whole team needs a vacation right now but they really can't have one until June.
(03) KIWI – RIDING SHOTGUN - Even with all the flaws pointed out, with homecourt advantage they will get to the finals.Right now I don't feel positive they can win a series against Cleveland on the road but things change so fast and they have got the advantage of a lot more finals experience.The west will be tough but they are sufficiently better than many teams that they will get to grow into themselves before it really matters.I'm not worried yet.
(04) #4 - Frustrated but undaunted. The next game is always on the horizon, where wrongs can be righted. -Worried? With the country just off the heels of the worst financial crisis since the depression and with many people still in the throes of financial calamity, this is more of a diversion than real life. The 2000-2003 Lakers had worse crisis than this. The fact remains that we all know that they aren't playing to their potential as a team. They didn't reach consistency until game 5 of the Denver series. Until a team can prove they can beat the Lakers 4 times in a 7 game series, I won't be worried.
(05) DJ – RIDING SHOTGUN2 - The key, I think, is to win 4 games ASAP and rest our starters for the Playoffs. Get them healthy and rested and hopefully it will be a whole new season.
(06) ROLANDO DELAGOZA – SEARGENT AT ARMS - Our beloved Lakers should regroup now and not wait for the playoff. Being overconfident will be their ruin. Meanwhile, "go Lakers go!" Sweep all the next seven games!
(07) JAC - you guys, things change so fast in basketball it's ridiculous. Remember, the playoffs are usually 2 months long (if we go to the Finals). That is plenty of time to gather together and start playing well. Lets face it, with their backs against the walls, the Lakers play awesome. I mean, remember the Denver series? One play by shannon brown changed everything. Everyone was talking about how hot Cleveland and Denver was, but look how they got kicked out. None of this matters, trust me, it only matters in the playoffs. I personally, am bored, and can't wait for the end of April.
(08) ISLAND PRIEST -. The Lakers will win a ring like last year if Odom plays like the beast he has inside.
(09) LET’S GO L’S’ - Folks, hard as it is, we have to keep the faith, at the darkest of times in our 54-20 team...KB24 no doubt is being handed that challenge right now. We know what a focused KB 24 can do. I'm curious to see if his outspoken passion will awaken a lot of injury riddled & somewhat aloof Lakers by "paydirt" time. We shall see in the weeks ahead about their actual state of both "mind" & "body." , They are 2-2 since Phil cracked the whip per se...I'm also curious to see his legendary leadership take shape down the road. THE BOTTOM LINE: I have trust in Phil & KB24 to right the ship, especially when more guys become healthier...Time, no matter how much is left, is such a great thing to have & appreciate. Gotta believe! Peace!
(10) MAMBA24 – I’M STAYING!!! Never, never, never, never, never will I, to my Laker team say goodbye
(11) ART-FL-LAKER FAN - Wow, the Nuggets are now the #5 seed. Martin may not be back this year and they are playing .500 without him. Martin says he's afraid Nugs may fall to the 8 seed. They got 5 playoff bound teams to play in their last 7 games. So Laker fans, things could be worse.
(12) JOVBATZ44 - On the bright side, IMO, these type of losses will humble our Lakers. Come playoffs, it will make them work double realizing that they aren't unbeatable. I still Believe because I'm a Lakerholic, and I bleed Purple and Gold. Fish may not be a factor for most part of the regular season, people may bash him all they want, but come Playoffs, I guarantee he will knock those daggers down.
(13) CALIPHILOSOPHER - Troll Man - thanks for giving me reason to think that not everyone is ready to fire the entire franchise and everyone who works there.
(14) LAKERS WINS - Lakers visit brings more crowd to the home teams arenas(leads NBA)! So even Nets will try to play lot harder and every team will bring their A+++ game. Beating Lakers they can easily say that "They Have Beaten World Champions". So most teams play as if it is do or die!! In-spite of these situation if lakers are able to get 60 wins its great!! real great!!! We will win the title friends! So don't give up!!!
(15) JUSTANOTHERMAMBAFAN – SECURITY - Everyone wants to jump on board the bandwagon when it's all good, but then they want to jump ship come a little advsersity. I'm not saying the Lakers don't have issues, because it's clear they do. BUT - is it going to cause them to get bounced out of the playoffs in the first round as some advocate??? Are you freaking kidding me???? These are your CHAMPION LOS ANGELES LAKERS. They are ENGINEERED for the playoff run. Get a grip people. There ain't no fat lady singing. There ain't even one in the arena.
(16) BRONXLAKERFAN - Put me on the I'm a Lakerholic & I believe bandwagon. The Lakers have always been & will always be my team! A few missed jumpshots are not going to change that. My team win or lose!
(17) DOC PAPPY - Prediction: Lakers to the finals in many long drawn out series.
(18) JEANETTE - please put me on any bandwagon to support the Lakers. There's no way I will get off even if it will just be me and you on that ride. Rick F, I don't think you have joined the dark side. I feel you, I actually felt the love you have for the Lakers in you post in the previous blog. I don't know it felt sad.
(19) TROY - Jeanette there will be at least one more lakerholic on the wagon with you. I will never fall off that wagon!LAKERS ALL THE WAY BABY!!!! 2010 NBA CHAMPIONS!

MM - I'm sorry but I really need to speak out here. These posts by the troll calling himself DFish are getting out of hand. We can all disregard the drivel he spews out on a regular basis, but he is now CONSTANTLY launching personal attacks against Jon K. This must not be allowed to continue. For the sake of our great community here, not to mention the rules of conduct that are supposed to be followed, I believe YOU should be the one to warn him - and then ban him if that doesn't work. It's only right, Mark. Attacks of a personal nature simply should not go unpunished.

Posted by: justanothermambafan

Where are the personal attacks by me? He called me an awful human being.

He is attacking people everyday. He said Lebron's mother was a crack addict.

I haven't said anything was out of line. You just can't handle the truth !!

You know what's the really frustrating thing for me, the players that have an excuse to coast (Kobe and Pau) are the only ones playing their hearts out right now

Posted by: Troy B | March 30, 2010 at 02:57 PM

DANG!, Troy. Talk about hitting the nail right on the freakin' head!

--FEARless

So...can this guy Bruce hit an open jumper?

Could we bump Adam Morrison off the bench and have Bruce Willis go Die Hard for us?

"Die Hard VI: Championship Or Else!"

What do we play for? RINGS!!!

Lakers Today... Lakers Tomorrow... Lakers Forever.

GO LAKERS!!!

{Lakers Secret Agent Jon K. With Updates From The Front}

"He said Lebron's mother was a crack addict."

Because she is.

However! I do have updates on that subject, which is important.

One of my inside sources regarding Miss James and LeBron said he was at the Cavs game just the other day and was immediately behind (we're talking the seat behind her) Miss James and she looked healthy and was acting normal, something that she normally does not do.

Normally she's screaming and shaking and her skin is sallow. So, maybe she's getting off the junk.

If so, that's a big deal, because her problem is the NUMBER ONE INHIBITOR to LeBron leaving Cleveland because he absolutely controls the media here in a way that he simply could not in New York or even Los Angeles. So, if she's got her act together and she's not acting like a tabloid nightmare, it becomes A LOT easier for LeBron to move to a larger, more sophisticated market.

What do we play for? RINGS!!!

Lakers Today... Lakers Tomorrow... Lakers Forever.

GO LAKERS!!!!

Come on, Mark! Don't censor me!

I'm not making anything up here!

What do we play for? RINGS!!!

Lakers Today... Lakers Tomorrow... Lakers Forever.

GO LAKERS!!!

Jon K - Sorry man. Hate to be the bad guy. Feel free to speculate how Willis seems to be in the video because after all the evidence is right there

MM


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