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Lakers' Kobe Bryant, Phil Jackson, Ron Artest and Jordan Farmar discuss Lakers' 122-99 victory over Indiana Pacers

Lakers guard Kobe Bryant

Lakers Coach Phil Jackson

Lakers forward Ron Artest

Lakers guard Jordan Farmar

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I pay a lot of attention to Kobe's body language and tone of voice.

It's a complete sea change from the Shaq Era when he was constantly holding back rage.

He's relaxed now and not worried. Nor should he be.

Mark Heisler may think he knows best, but he doesn't. Kobe does.

Everything's going to be fine.

What do we play for? RINGS!!!

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

GO LAKERS!!!

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Game notes...


Pregame:

An important game for the Lakers to keep their two game mini-winning streak alive and sweep the three game homestand. The Pacers are 20-39 and in fifth place in the Central Division of the Eastern Conference and all but mathematically eliminated from the playoffs. Lakers are 45-15 coming in and looking to improve on that. Artest gets to put his defensive skills up against Danny Granger tonight. This is the final game of the season series against the Pacers, the Lakers having blown them out in Indy in their first meeting.

NBALP Monday evening game in LA: Joel Meyers on play-by-play with Stu Lantz on analysis.


First Quarter:

Lakers starting five - Bynum, Gasol, Artest, Bryant, Fisher
Pacers starting five - Hibbert, Murphy, Granger, Rush, Watson

12:00 - Bynum tips the ball and the Lakers control it, giving them possession to start the first and fourth quarters.

10:48 - The Lakers score their first points on Drew’s two FTs after he is fouled going to the hoop from the left block off of an entry pass from Kobe on the point. Lakers lead 2-0.

Highlight: Drew leaps high for a defensive rebound off of a Granger miss.

Lowlights: Rush hits two consecutive uncontested threes from the left sideline. Murphy blows by Pau at the left elbow and swoops in for a dunk.

07:16 - PJ calls timeout as the Pacers tip the ball out of bounds on the Lakers end, probably because the Lakers have missed their first six FG attempts and trail 8-6.

Highlights: Pau finally scores the Lakers first FG of the game on a left-handed jump-hook off the glass from the left block at the 6:21 mark of the first quarter, meaning they nearly went halfway through the quarter without making a shot and missed their first seven. Kobe crosses over on the dribble down to the right baseline and fires the ball back out to Pau at the elbow who drops an overhead line-drive pass to Drew under the basket for a dunk. Artest and Pau on the give and go, from the right wing to the mid-post to Ron streaking down the heart of the lane for a dunk. Drew gets a put-back dunk off a Pau miss from the right block as he’s fouled, and he makes the FT to complete the and-one. Fish hits a three from the top of the arc.

Lowlights: Kobe whips a blind pass back over his head towards Drew on the left block but it whizzes between his arms, just over his noggin and goes out of bounds to the Pacers for a turnover. Watson lobs a pass to McRoberts under the basket on the other end for an easy layup as Drew falls asleep on defense. Granger hits a three from the left point. Dunleavy hits a three from the left corner.

Drew’s line: 7 points and 2 rebounds.

03:02 - Pacers call timeout with the Lakers tied at 18-18.

Substitutions: Odom in for Bynum and Farmar in for Fisher out of the timeout.

Lowlights: Watson has 7 assists on the first seven Pacers FGs and then hits a straight away three coming out of the timeout. Ron throws a lazy pass into the lane towards LO and the Pacers pick it off and race down to the other end where McRoberts ends up with a running dunk.

01:44 - Brown comes in for Artest as Kobe is fouled and makes both FTs, and the Lakers trail 23-20.

Kobe’s line: 6 points on 6-6 FTs.

Highlights: Pau gets a put-back on a left-handed tip off a missed driving layup by Kobe. Farmar hits a three from the right wing and then makes a layup off a pass from Kobe for the last points of the quarter. Lakers held the Pacers to 42% FGs in the quarter.

00:00.0 - Lakers look very sloppy in the first but only trail by one, 28-27.


Second Quarter:

Lakers lineup - Gasol, Odom, Morrison, Brown, Farmar
Pacers lineup - Murphy, McRoberts, Dunleavy, Jones, Ford

11:35 - Lakers first points of the quarter on a running one-hander high off the glass by Shannon on the right baseline. Lakers lead 29-28.

Highlights: LO sneaks a pass in to Pau under the basket after snagging an offensive rebound on the left baseline and Pau drops in an uncontested layup. Ammo gets a layin on the break off a pass from LO as he cuts in to the left block. Ammo gets a defensive rebound and the ball ends up in Shannon’s hands on the other end where he bounces it off his leg and regains possession before finding Pau open underneath the basket for an uncontested layup. Jordan makes an off balance left-handed layup off the glass after driving diagonally through the lane from the right elbow. Lakers shooting 48% FGs after starting the game 0-7. Ammo hits a running one-hander from the right mid-post after cutting across the lane.

Lowlights: Farmar lets Ford blow by him on the right side of the lane for an uncontested layup. Ford drives down the right side of the lane again and throws up a wild twisting runner over an inert Ammo on the block.

Pau’s line: 10 points.
Ammo’s line: 4 points on 2-2 FGs.

07:39 - Pacers timeout with the Lakers leading by seven, 41-34.

Substitutions: Bynum in for Gasol out of the timeout.

Highlights: Drew challenges Hibbert’s hook in the lane and gets the defensive board, and then goes down on the other end and draws a foul working for position on the post. Drew snags a lob pass from Ammo on the left mid-post, splits the double-team and puts in a reverse layup high off the glass from under the backboard. Murphy takes a pass above the right elbow and tries to beat Drew down the lane on a dribble-drive to the basket but Drew blocks his shot off the glass and the Lakers regain possession.

Lowlights: Ford spins around Farmar on the right block and drops in an uncontested layup. Murphy drills a three from the point. Farmar traps himself against the baseline with a poor dribble and throws the ball away to the Pacers under the basket.

05:41 - Timeout as Murphy makes a layup from the right block as he is fouled by Morrison and makes the FT to complete the and-one as the teams return to the floor. Lakers lead 45-42.

Substitutions: Gasol in for Odom, Artest in for Morrison, Bryant in for Brown and Fisher in for Farmar coming out of the timeout.

Highlight: Drew gets the ball on the left mid-post, takes two dribbles and drop-steps down to the block around Murphy for an uncontested dunk. Fish gets a kick-out pass from Kobe on the right point, fakes a three and whistles a pass down to Pau on the left block for an uncontested layup.

04:20 - Timeout with the Lakers leading by five, 49-44.

Highlights: Kobe forces his way into the lane from the right block and drops in an arcing layup at the front of the rim. Granger is 1-7 FGs under more smothering defense by Ron. Kobe steals the ball from Rush at the defensive elbow and Fish ends up hitting a sideline three at the other end.

Lowlight: Kobe gets a turnover on a lazy pass from the right point and then fouls Granger in the act of shooting on the break and he makes 1-2 FTs.

01:41 - Timeout as Kobe is fouled in the lane driving to the hoop for a shot and makes both FTs as the teams return to the floor for a 56-49 Lakers lead.

Substitution: Odom in for Bynum out of the timeout.

Lowlight: Murphy hits another uncontested straight-away three.

00:04.2 - Brown in for Gasol as Kobe makes another two FTs and the Lakers still lead 58-54.

00:00.0 - The half comes to an end after the Lakers force a Pacer turnover in the backcourt and Kobe rattles home a fall-away from the top of the key giving the Lakers a 60-54 lead.


Halftime:

The Lakers have scored easily inside and have 34 points in the paint to the Pacers 18, and are shooting 60% FGs since their 0-7 start. However, their defense has not been impressive and they have left too many shots uncontested from the perimeter, from where Murphy generated most of his 13 points in the second quarter and 15 for the half. McRoberts came in averaging 3 points in 9 MPG for the Pacers but has burned the Lakers for 9 points in 13 minutes of the first half and Watson has 9 assists. The one bright defensive spot for the Lakers was Artest, of course, holding Granger to 1-7 FGs. Drew also held Hibbert to an 0-4 FGs in his 6 minutes on the floor in the half, but had some problems with the Pacers smaller and quicker bigs on the perimeter, as did Pau.

Kobe’s line: 14 points on 2-7 FGs and 10-10 FTs.
Pau’s line: 12 points and 8 rebounds.
Drew’s line: 11 points on 4-5 FGs.


Third Quarter:

Lakers lineup - Bynum, Gasol, Artest, Bryant, Fisher
Pacers lineup - Hibbert, Murphy, Granger, Rush, Watson

Highlight: Drew fouls Hibbert to open the half but he misses both FTs for an unofficial turnover and then fouls Drew attempting to establish post position at the other end for his fourth foul of the game, a true foul magnet.

11:17 - Lakers score their first points of the quarter as Kobe steps inside the three point line at the point as Rush flies by and proceeds to hit a jumper. Lakers lead 62-54.

Highlights: Kobe’s been generating some offense to start the second half. Fish draws an offensive foul on Watson who then compounds his problem by getting called for a technical foul, and Kobe makes the FT. Ron drives down the lane and banks in a layup from the left block. Kobe gets an uncontested layup on the left block off of an inbounds pass from Artest, that’s the second time in two games that Ron has pulled off that same point generating pass from the baseline under the basket. Drew seals off McRoberts to the outside on the right mid-post, takes the entry pass from Kobe and slams it home. Fish hits a three from the right sideline off a cross-court pass from a driving Artest on the right block.

Lowlights: Rush blows by Kobe at the right corner and goes all the way to the basket along the baseline for an uncontested layup. Drew is stripped in the lane and loses the ball after a nice entry pass from Ron. Hibbert makes two shots in a row, one over Pau on his own put-back and the second on a wild high arcing bank shot coming down the lane over Drew. Murphy makes a couple of FTs to give him 17 points and 11 rebounds.

05:23 - Timeout Pacers as Ron hits Drew with a lob to the front of the rim for a dunk off the right baseline. Lakers lead by twelve, 77-65.

Highlights: Ron picks the ball right out of Granger’s hands on the left point and feeds Kobe streaking downcourt who gets fouled going to the hoop and makes both FTs. Ron hits a three from the left corner off a pass from Kobe at the right point. Drew blocks Murphy’s shot at the rim and Fish grabs it as the shot clock expires.

Lowlight: McRoberts gets his season high eleventh point on a layup over Pau on the left block, putting him one short of his career high as well.

Kobe’s line: 24 points on 5-11 FGs and 14-15 FTs.

03:22 - Odom replaces Gasol on the dead ball after the shot clock violation as Joel and Stu seem oblivious to what just happened on the play, claiming that Drew blocked the shot out of bounds as the replay is clearly showing that Fish picked it up as the buzzer blew. I don’t know if I’ve ever seen them both be so blatantly wrong about a play at the same time and they never correct themselves, even when the Lakers take the ball out of bounds after the stoppage of play. Lakers lead 84-67 and the route is on...

Interesting factoid: Joel and Stu talk about the irony in LBJ changing his number to six from twenty-three to honor MJ and his championships, when Bill Russell wore number six in winning his eleven championships for the ‘tics back in the day.

Highlight: Kobe passes to LO on the right corner and he hits the three.

Lowlight: Rush loses Kobe, takes a pass on the left block and makes a reverse layup around Drew.

02:20 - Timeout as Kobe hits Drew with a lob in the paint as he spins to the basket, misses the shot because of a hard foul and makes 1-2 FTs as the teams return to the floor. Lakers lead 88-69.

Substitutions: Brown in for Bryant and Farmar in for Fisher coming out of the timeout.

Drew’s line: 16 points.

Highlights: Artest is making Granger disappear. Shannon hits a three from the right wing and grabs the defensive rebound on the other end, and then blocks Jones’ driving tomahawk dunk attempt on the right block on the next defensive possession, and then to top it off drills another three from the right point on a kick-out from Farmar, a remarkable sequence of great plays by Shannon! Lakers are on a 36-10 run as Ron picks Granger clean once again on the point, dribbles into the frontcourt and hits a streaking Farmar for a dunk.

Lowlight: McRoberts drives around Drew on the right side of the lane and scoops in a left-handed bank shot from the right block for a new career high 13 points in 18 minutes.

00:00.0 - Lakers force yet another Pacer turnover and LO ends up with the ball at midcourt but doesn’t have enough time left to get off a shot before the buzzer sounds to end the quarter with the Lakers ahead 98-71. They won the third quarter 38-17 as they came out after halftime and played inspired basketball after splitting the first two quarters of the game with the Pacers. The Lakers are shooting 58% FGs and Artest has 5 steals so far after six in his last game.


Fourth Quarter:

Lakers lineup - Gasol, Odom, Bryant, Brown, Farmar
Pacers lineup - Hibbert, Jones, Dunleavy, Rush, Ford

11:43 - Lakers first points of the quarter as Farmar knocks down a jumper from just above the left elbow to put the Lakers up at 100-71.

Highlights: That ought to wrap this thing up ‘cause I don’t think the Pacers are going to get to 100 points. Jordan hits a three from the right wing and it’s time to get the guys at the end of the bench some playing time. A couple of possessions later Jordan takes a handoff from Pau at the left point and loops back around for an uncontested layup on the left block.

Lowlights: Jones hits an uncontested jumper from the FT line. Lakers are starting to put it into cruise control on defense.

08:54 - Timeout as Pau is fouled going to the hoop after beating two Pacers to the offensive rebound off of Kobe’s missed three from the left wing, and makes both FTs as the teams come back out on the floor. Lakers lead by thirty, 107-77.

Substitution: Morrison in for Artest out of the timeout.

08:25 - Mbenga in for Gasol on the next dead ball.

Highlights: DJ hits a slick turnaround jumper over Hibbert from the left high-post and then two possessions later hits an uncontested ten foot jumper from the left baseline off of a pass from Shannon.

Lowlight: Jones hits an uncontested jumper from the top of the key.

05:54 - Timeout as DJ loses the ball out of bounds under pressure on the right block. Lakers lead 111-83.

Substitution: Powell in for Odom out of the timeout.

Interesting factoid: Artest was voted the second “dirtiest” player in the league behind Reggie Evans of the Kings in a poll of active NBA players, a designation that he obviously contests violently, but who’s to say it’s not a good reputation to have amongst the players.

Highlights: Jordan hits a three from the left wing. Ammo hits a streaking DJ coming down the lane for a dunk from the right baseline, where he seems to have set up camp.

Lowlights: Ammo misses a short jumper from the right baseline and gets his follow-up blocked then on the next possession grabs another offensive rebound but travels with it. Hibbert scores on an uncontested layup after receiving a lob pass over DJ under the basket.

02:54 - Timeout as it looks like the Pacers may well make it to the 100 point mark after all since the Lakers are playing passive defense and firing up shots early in the clock, although you can hardly blame the subs for wanting to put some numbers in their stat lines. Lakers lead 116-91.

Highlights: Shannon hits an uncontested jumper from the top of the key, and then hits another from above the right elbow a few possessions later. Jordan gets a steal to keep the fans taco hopes alive and Ammo caps it off by hitting a layup in traffic high off the glass on the left block.

Lowlights: Ammo gets a turnover on a bad pass into the paint and the Pacers come back down and get another layup. Jones gets a fast break dunk.

00:00.0 - Pacers don’t even try to score on their last possession and the Lakers win in a walkover, 122-99. Maybe the Pacers players want some of those tacos too.


Postgame:

The Lakers actually lost the fourth quarter but it didn’t really matter at that point after they dominated the second and third, and barely lost the first. Surprisingly, the Lakers also lost the battle of the boards, 48-47, and they were outrebounded on the offensive end 12-10. They had 33 assists as a team, a very good number, and 12 steals with 5 by Artest. Its hard to pinpoint by looking a the team stats where the Lakers were so dominant but watching the game it was obvious that just about every Laker played a good game, even the end of the bench crew. This was a total team victory and it would be really difficult to pick just one player as the standout performer. If I was forced to I might just give it to Artest again for a second straight night as his defense was once again not only inspiring but very, very effective.

Ron’s line: 11 points on 5-9 FGs and 5 steals.
Drew’s line: 16 points on 6-8 FGs and 4-5 FTs, and 8 rebounds in just under 27 minutes.
Pau’s line: 14 points and 16 rebounds (4 offensive).
Jordan’s line: 19 points on 8-10 FGs including 3-4 from three.
Kobe’s line: 24 points on 5-14 FGs including 0-4 from three, 14-15 FTs, and 6 assists.
LO’s line: 5 points and 7 assists.

When Bynum, Odom, Artest, Brown and Farmar plays well Lakers are unbeatable even with sub-par performance from Gasol and Kobe.


It is March and Bynum is dominating. Wow!!!


Bynum's attack at the rim will be a difference maker in the playoffs, together with Artest's defense.


Bynum's body has change a lot. He is looking scary big and long.


Hehe, M/M you have been scolded by humanomaly for the series of threads. What is to analyze on a 30 pts spread? Let the bloggers go wild and enjoy the nice beating.

The next three on the road are crucial. I think we'll win two but three will send some reverberations in the league. As long as there are no injuries, I'll take whatever happens.

OF PRETENDERS, CONTENDERS AND PERENIAL TITLE WINNERS
Next up is Miami the city of sin, It shouldn’t be that hard to get another win
The hype will be about Kobe vs. DWade, After 3 quarters the Heat are gonna fade
DWade may make an ESPN move or two, but he won’t be able to pull his team thru
Knock him down 3 times & he will get up 4, But all that accomplishes is a but that is sore.
But give DWade credit, he does have a Ring, and after Kobe, he is the next best thing
Not like that lil actress Princess Jimmy, All she knows how to do is dance and shimmy
The Princess does not have the fire that burns within, which is why a Ring she’ll never win
The only way the Princess will see a ring, is if her puppet steals some of the Mamba’s bling
So don’t slip up Princess you need every win, If you hope to get back to the Finals again
But I’m afraid home-court won’t do you no good, the Lakers will beat you in your own hood
The hardest opponents the Lakers have to play, Is the team they see in practice everyday
Kobe against Thriller, Lamar against Pau, I would pay for a ticket to see that scrimmage “yawl”
It’s probably better than The Finals would be, To see The Thriller try and shut down Kobe
But we must play out the regular season string, before the coronation for our 16th Ring
You probably think I am cocky I know, The Lakers are Destinies Team didn’t your Mama tell you so

Showtime is almost back! Lakers just needs Lebron James.


Bynum, Jabbar

Gasol, Rambis

Odom, Worthy

Artest, Cooper

Lebron James, Magic Johnson

=====

Brown, Byron Scott


Jerry and Jim have been both wanting to bring back showtime in Los Angeles. This is a chance they should go after.


Can you imagine Lebron James running and passing to Lamar Odom in showtime fashion.


Lebron James to Shannon Brown for a thunderous dunk.


Lamar Odom to Lebron James for a breakaway monster dunk.


On half court, Lebron James feeding Andrew Bynum down low and cutting into the paint. Who do you double team Lebron or Bynum?

Can someone please shed some light on what the deal is exactly with Kobe's avulsion fracture on his right index finger...it's been, what, three months now??? Is this things ever going to heal? Is the splint just for show now? Am I the only one wondering about this?

when Farmar will have the same numbers in a game ON THE ROAD, (not with Kerouac) against an elite team i will listen to anything he says.

whowwwww. i really never paid attention to his ears. he really needs a stylist for his hair, to de-emphasize his ears and i'm sure he can pay some plastic surgeon to change the angles and have them closer to his stubborn brain.

reminds me of my visit, like 15 years ago in Austin, at Bath Conservation International. much prettier specimens. and Baths do not create turnovers. or dribble for 20 seconds penetrating the center just to find out in the last moment that there is no room to penetrate and all the passing lane are blocked by myriad of fingers. but he is as blind as a bath. not good as a point guard. just for the high school roof.

Everything's going to be fine. Posted by: Jon K. | March 03, 2010 at 08:16 AM

PROMISE?

whowwwww. i really never paid attention to his ears. he really needs a stylist for his hair, to de-emphasize his ears and i'm sure he can pay some plastic surgeon to change the angles and have them closer to his stubborn brain.
Posted by: ouchhhhhhhhh | March 03, 2010 at 09:09 AM

OUCHH, OUCCH, OUCCH!

@ASTRONUT, PROPS. One more time for the game summary. Thank you Sir!
Mamba24

MAMBA24

more like ouch, oucHH, oucHHHHHHHHHH

Good morning CRUE!!!


Yup - a good ol' fashioned shellacking of the Pacers is just what the doctor ordered, and it sure doesn't hurt that they got TACO'd in the process!! LOL!!!

MM - looking pretty snappy in that suit! You really do get paid by the word (or by the thread) don't you?? LOL!!! Just kidding man - you are doing an AWESOME job - better than the K-Bros ever did. Yeah - you heard me!

Mamba24 - missed you on the chat. You would have had a LOT of fun....

Jon K - just curious - where was the lucky barstool last night?? Don't get me wrong - it's great having you on the chat - and of course WE WON - but who was last night's caretaker?? Or - and this is more likely - you've taken possession of the lucky barstool, dodging police and hidden cameras in the process, and it is now comfortably ensconsed in your home waiting to be transported to LA when you finally move back home, and will be set up at Staples Center behind bullet-proof glass with a plaque extolling the virtues and powers of The Lucky Barstool. Right?

Laker Tom - come on man. Join the 21st century. Get thyself to the live chat. Even if it's just at half time. MM leaves us alone and we go CRAAAAAZYYYYYYYYY!!!! LOL!!!

Don't you guys just LOVE Thriller???? Here's a great quote ""I sensed that everybody making so many trades, we didn’t make no trades," Artest said. "I wanted to make sure I could be a whole new person after the new trade. Its kind of like a new trade. They brought me in twice. It was a hell of a deal." LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This guy is unbelievable. Who knew?? Not me - but as I've said before - I've eaten my crow and I LOVED EVERY BITE!!

So - I for one can NOT wait to see how the boys do on this road trip.... I'm saying we go 3-0. Yup - you heard it here first!!

Have a great day Laker Fam - especially MrNano & Utzworld...

GO LAKERS!!!!!!

Nothing but another title will suffice.

Posted by: justanothermambafan | March 03, 2010 at 08:10 AM

MM,

It seems to me that our Bigs don't post low enough, they always seem to be up to far (free throw line-ish). Why don't they get set lower? Your thoughts?

the only great thing in this game was Kobe's half time buzzer beater. one can write an essay on how the ball revolved and rimmed in and out and in and out and IN. just IN TIME.

someone asked on the live chat about his record or consecutive FTs made in a game: i guess is his 20-20 in NY last year in the famous 61pt game. i hope i'm wrong and he has more than 20.

Good Morning JustAnotherMambaFan, Sorry my PC was acting up.
I'll be there for Miami.
Mamba24

aztronut -


Wow. That's all I can say about your game recaps. That and THANKS.

Jefe101 - Kobe recently shared with us that the finger will remain fractured until the end of the season. He hasn't said what he'll do in the offseason or if it will require surgery. But he'll wear the splint for the rest of the season. Bryant also said the time off helped rest the finger, but it didn't heal since it's broken.

MM

DJ that's definitely a valid observation. Pau Gasol and Andrew Bynum have been effective at times but they could be more aggressive at positioning themselves inside. Bynum is often more inside because of his size, while Gasol usually starts on the high post

MM

Hey guys a new post is up with links

justanothermambafan,

"Wow. That's all I can say about your game recaps. That and THANKS"

Thank you...you charmer you...now, give me a number...

Surely, you don't think the Lakers are going to sweep the road trip and then come home and lose to Toronto, do you? So how far is this streak gonna get beyond six? I'm already in for at least 24, what's your number?

why is this kid not starting??? Fisher would be a back-up on ANY other NBA team....but on the Lakers, thanks to Phil's love for him, he keeps starting and keeps missing lay-ups, getting beat on defense, shooting poorly and making dumb passes
I just don't get it. why not play Farmar 30-35 minutes for 2 weeks and see what he can do.....with inconsistent minutes he can't get in a rythym

Jefe101,

"Can someone please shed some light on what the deal is exactly with Kobe's avulsion fracture on his right index finger...it's been, what, three months now??? Is this things ever going to heal? Is the splint just for show now? Am I the only one wondering about this?"

Already been asked multiple times, by mwah, and left as unanswered as a dead turd by all...If you figure anything out please let the rest of us in on it, perspiring minds want to know!

MM,

"Kobe recently shared with us that the finger will remain fractured until the end of the season. He hasn't said what he'll do in the offseason or if it will require surgery. But he'll wear the splint for the rest of the season. Bryant also said the time off helped rest the finger, but it didn't heal since it's broken."

Thanks for that, sorry I didn't see your post before my reply to Jefe...

*
KEEP IT UP FARMAR PROPS. TO YOU – BANDWAGON
*
(01) FK - OWNER - I just don't get it. why not play Farmar 30-35 minutes for 2 weeks and see what he can do.....with inconsistent minutes he can't get in a rythym
(02) JOHNNYP – DRIVER - Finally, Farmar lit up the statistics. Nice shooting!!
(03)MAMBA24 - Next years starting Point Guard.

Already been asked multiple times, by mwah, and left as unanswered as a dead turd by all...If you figure anything out please let the rest of us in on it, perspiring minds want to know! Posted by: aztronut | March 03, 2010 at 10:41 AM

ROFLMAO! HAHAHAHHAHA!! STOP IT! PLEASE STOP IT! HAHAHHAHAHAH

Mamba24

"PROPS. One more time for the game summary. Thank you Sir!"

I'm gonna prop you back up every time bud, you're the heart and soul of this blog!

Thanks for that, sorry I didn't see your post before my reply to Jefe...Posted by: aztronut | March 03, 2010 at 10:43 AM

I'm not that was some funny stuff. Lol!
Mamba24

MAMBA24,

"ROFLMAO! HAHAHAHHAHA!! STOP IT! PLEASE STOP IT! HAHAHHAHAHAH"

...don't...stop..don't.stop, don't stop, DON'T STOP!

Farmar's not the only one with ear problems.

http://cheezburger.com/View.aspx?aid=3091087872

THIS THAT ISH!!


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