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Measuring the Lakers' Twitter value

44251098Every time Ron Artest tweets a random thought, Lamar Odom tweets a love note to Khloe Kardashian or Devin Ebanks tweets a nugget about getting acquainted with Los Angeles, their TweetValue goes ka-ching.

TweetValue is a website that claims to determine how much your Twitter account is worth ... though the site's explanation is pretty tongue in cheek.

"This service was created by the Swedish entrepreneur and developer Jonas Lejon. The value is calculated with a Ph.D algoritm that is based on the public information available on your Twitter profile. uuhm. not really :-)"

After discovering the Twitter value of various members of the Lakers, I discovered a few things. Artest is getting slighted. Odom could buy a new car off his Twitter use. And Theo Ratliff would probably only get two trips to the gas station off his. Clearly, the Lakers still a long way to go before surpassing President Obama ($134,085), Lady Gaga ($102,848) and Britney Spears ($102,476), who rank in the top three overall in TweetValue, marking possibly the only instance in which these three will be connected.

Lakers forward Lamar Odom (RealLamarOdom) -- $50,558

Lakers guard Derek Fisher (derekfisher) -- $39,688

Lakers forward Matt Barnes (Matt_Barnes22) -- $4,794

Lakers guard Shannon Brown (ShannonBrown) -- $4,759

Lakers guard Sasha Vujacic (SashaVujacic) -- $4,692

Lakers forward Ron Artest (RONARTESTCOM) --$3,401

Lakers executive vice president Jeanie Buss (JeanieBuss) -- $3,346

Lakers forward Devin Ebanks (DevinEbanks3) -- $1,961

Lakers guard Steve Blake (SteveBlake5) -- $767

Lakers forward Derrick Caracter (RebuildCaracter) -- $155

Lakers center Theo Ratliff (shotblocker42) -- $60

-- Mark Medina

twitter.com/latmedina ($724)

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htj - gotta stick with LakerTom on this one. Luke is a bigger asset than you're giving him credit for. When he's healthy - and that really is the crux of the matter - he's a very good Laker. He can run the O, he's solid on D and he gets the bench mob (or whatever we're calling them this year) settled down into their roles. Not to mention his assistance with the younger players in helping them with their understanding of how this veteran team functions, and what's expected of them. You may not like his salary, or it's length, but when he signed it we really needed him. More than we do now, but still - at the time it was considered a must to resign Luke. No one can predict injuries or length of healing time. I'd rather have a healthy Luke over most guys out there - if we made a straight up trade - considering all he brings to this team.

re-post reply to justa:

Justa - I think we already agreed to disagree on Luke.

I'll agree he slows things down for the bench. Simply because he can't move quickly and has no choice.

Still, defend the contract all you want, the Lakers would be better off without it.

@justa - UNCANNY!


REPSOT


@MM - Thanks for the RCOTD, thanks for the well wishes all.


Watched Monday Night football last night and since the game totally stunk all the booth commentators and pre/post game guys could talk about were the new NFL helmet to helmet/"Devastating Hit" rules and for the most part the input was quite negative, this from mostly ex-players. At one point one of the post game guys said, "What we have here are non-NFL people making decisions about what is best for the NFL and they are ruining it." To which Steve Young nodded his head and assessed, quite accurately, that it's a TV league, not a sports league.


Stuart Scott wrapped with an excellent quote from an un-named ex-NFL player who basically said that "It's a privelege to play in the NFL, you don't HAVE to do it, it's a privelege."


I couldn't help but see the similarities between the new NFL rules and our new technical foul rules. People who have never played professional sports conducting un-released polls to establish what the television market wants to see. The reactions that have been posted here have ranged from very negative, to understanding the intent, but not the execution. Many solutions have been propsed which leads me to beleieve that (unfortunately) the NBA pollsters don't check out our most excellent Blog.


Reading back over my comment I found it strangely prophetic (that tooting sound is me and my horn, I guess) that I mentioned how ex-NBA players are more accepted within the heirarchy of the league after their playing days are over and contrasting it with the two other major American sports.


In the NFL, if you're an ex-player with some of your wits left to you, it's been proven you can make it as a commentator (the majority) or a coach (the minority). In MLB, it's more of a fraternity, if you ever had any wits most likely they are still there, and the Farm system is basically designed to keep ex players busy/employed. But I don't know of any ex-players in either league to actualyy go out and purchase a controlling share of a professional franchise. Minority owners, sure, but not the man or woamn sitting in the biggest chair.


As fans, what do we want to see? Sure it's annoying to see the players harp to the refs, especially when the ball is quickly moving down court away from the complaining player when they should be getting back on D, but is that worse than having our professional athletes second guess every action on the feild or court? At some level all sports are emotional, barbaric contests of skill, will and physical ability, are we losing sight of that with our over-regulation of sports in the name of corporate dollars?


Is there un-tested middle ground still to be explored, possibly by appointing players, both currently playing and retired, to a rules committee so that we get rules that work for the television viewer at home, the players, the teams and the fans who just want to see their team win, the squeemish be damned?


The improvement in technology has also opened the doors of video replay, slowly but steadily increasing in use and influence, to cheers and jeers alike. Have we lost so much confidence in our fellow man that we must assume that because a umpire or ref blows a call there is some ulterior motive, therefor we must verify some calls using video replay?


What would the respective founders of these sports say about this growing mass of regulations?


I don't have the answers (sorry), but it's certainly shaping up to be an interesting discussion.

@LakerTom - After watching Ricky Rubio go 0 fer in barcelona, I'm not sure I would want him!


@LEWSTRS - I have to say I TOTALLY love you Star Trek TNG references!


@LAKER TRUTH - I don't think that having a healthy Luke Walton will in any way hinder the team building that the newcomers so desperately need. If anyhting, it will help it along. I expect Luke to spend less than 10 mpg at the 3, after the All Star game (when things start to matter) he'll pull ahead of Ebanks (unless the rook is simply dazzling) in the rotation as he gears up for the playoffs.


Barnes will get the minutes, barring injury or abject ineffectiveness. Ebanks will get his time...a season or two from now. Phil won't put too much onus on his rooks, if they play at all.

Lakers should really waive Luke Walton's contract and save 15 mil in luxury taxes over three years, since they already have a glout of small forwards who can play better than Luke. It gives the Lakers 13 players, so they have option to sign a PG or C, it is obvious they are still keeping Trey and Naymick because they are thin in this position.


I write another (mourning) post to seek solace in my Lakers Fam after an humiliating loss to Real Madrid in Champions League.

*sigh*.

I should maybe find solace in the fact my own twitter account is valued higher than Ratliff and Caracter's ones? (it stands now at 569.01, so I'm trailing Blake ;)) but I guess my only way to download stress... well, you know which way I dig there.

I'm fuming.
Grrrr.

Congratulations to Jamie Sweet for RCOTD, Kudos to MM for that acknowledge of his amazing work here with us (Thanx Laker Toom for letting me know that... I had bypassed it :).. and about the two nights at the Greek, they were both fantastic, and I loved the place, a lot :) excellent acoustic and atmosphere, really!).

I'm so demoralized.

I'll go to bed rolling in my Kobe's sweater.

And *expecting someone to provide healing*.

Thanx for allowing me this pouring out.

Lotta Laker Love from a broken Milanist heart.

:|

Staples 24 -

I'm sure no one would shed a tear over waiving Luke, you may want to read over the collective bargaining agreement before making asinine statements.

It's not the NFL. You can't waive someone simply for sucking. Maybe after the next agreement, but unfortunately, not now.

htj - no worries! We probably agree on a lot more than what we disagree on. AND it's so nice that we're being so polite about it LOL!


Jamie Sweet - congrats on your RCOTD. I think with your post above about the new tech rules, etc there will be another one coming. Good stuff - even though you don't have any answers. :)


LRob - yeah. Duh. (I blame it on the brain damage).

Oh fabulous you are not good, you are...GREATTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT!!

I'll go to bed rolling in my Kobe's sweater. And *expecting someone to provide healing*. Posted by: ZairaAmaterasu | October 19, 2010 at 01:54 PM
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No, No, No! Young Goddess none of that healing stuff! You will just make all the men of Lakers Nation neglect their duties and walk around in a daze! Now stop it I say! Stop it now! LOL!

Any machination that somehow places President Obama, Lady Gaga, and Britney Spears on relatively equal footing is of no value to me. That said, please put me on the "Theo Ratliff's Tweets Are Worth More Than $60 Bandwagon!"

Any machination that somehow places President Obama, Lady Gaga, and Britney Spears on relatively equal footing is of no value to me. That said, please put me on the "Theo Ratliff's Tweets Are Worth More Than $60 Bandwagon!"
Posted by: Jefe101 | October 19, 2010 at 02:17 PM
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Absolutely!! And why isn't that wonderful Lindsey Lohan included?

PEOPLE, PEOPLE, PEOPLE!!! You must stop this Luke bashing NOW! The season is about to start. These are the horses we have and we are going to ride them to a 17th Title!

Mamba24-

I'm more than happy with the horses we have. The #4 horse isn't like to finish if it even gets out of the gate.

But I got something for all you Luke Lovers: http://bit.ly/cDandH

Yup, someone actually bothered to manufacture Luke jerseys. Or you can wait until they end up in the bargain bin of your local Good Will.

"@LEWSTRS - I have to say I TOTALLY love you Star Trek TNG references

Posted by: Jamie Sweet | October 19, 2010 at 01:37 PM"

...times have changed, over the last few years, I made an occasional reference to Star Trek during doldrum times in the blog, to gain insight into people as people, not just as Laker fans...I was blasted. So whoever blasted me, go ahead and blast Lew and Jamie!!!!

But I got something for all you Luke Lovers: http://bit.ly/cDandH Yup, someone actually bothered to manufacture Luke jerseys. Or you can wait until they end up in the bargain bin of your local Good Will. Posted by: htj | October 19, 2010 at 02:26 PM
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ROTFLMAO!!!!!!!!!

LAKER TRUTH

"Kobe888,

Luke's tenure with the Lakers has been a giant failure any way you slice it."
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Name me one current NBA role player who has been on 4 teams that have reached the NBA Finals and have won 2 rings in their only 7 season with that team.

I just sliced it in a way that suggests that Luke Walton has been anything but a "giant failure."

I disagree with you on this topic wholeheartedly. You appear to be someone who looks ONLY at raw talent. I'm a fan who thinks outside the box. Would Luke be any good on any other team. Other than the Wolves who are learning the triangle, probably not, but this is the Lakers we are talking about and we are talking about a head coach who understands the game a little bit differently than most, so some of your arguments are misplaced.

I'm a proud Luke supporter!

Simple question...was the handling of Adam Morrison and his expiring contract done with any benefit to the Lakers???? Because if the answer is no, that's a strike against Mitch and others who pushed for that trade. I suspected all along they had their eyes set on Shannon, as Shannon was the player picked with the pick right before the Lakers pick, which they used for Jordan Farmar. Ignore the Shannon/Jordan factor. Wasn't carrying this guy for 1.5 years then letting him walk for nothing, mean that Kupcheck wasn't on the ball on this one??? Morrison is looking better. It helps when you get to play more than 29 minutes in an entire season (09/10).

In full-on catch up mode.

In summary, here's what I've learned from reading the last couple days of blog posts:

* Bynum cleared =)
* Luke is still arch-enemy #1 on the blog (some things truly never change... sigh. For the record - I'm firmly in the Luke backers club here. Odds are he won't stay healthy an entire week - let alone a season. Can we cut the poor kid a break?)
* pfunk36 thinks PJ is smoke and mirrors (if it is, not like it hasn't worked, huh?)
* Shannon Brown looks\sounds a lot more comfortable. (His shooting looks much improved, lets see if his decisions can improve too)
* Magic sells his Laker share (I don't agree, he would sell if he's looking to buy elsewhere, at least position himself to be ready in the right situation. How bout he buys a franchise and moves it to the OC?)
* Zaira's back (after the Maroon 5 festival?), and the blog is a better place for it.

Congrats Jamie on the RCOTD, I agree that former NBA players stay with the league more than athletes in other leagues.

Thanks Mamba24 for reserving my spot on the LakerNation Bus - that's one busride I'll NEVER miss!!!! =D


GO LAKERS!!!!!

Can I say, Kobe is successfully on MJ's mind, and probably under his skin? Do I sense MJ is getting a little uncomfortable with how close Kobe is getting to him, and worried he will be passed right by like a broken hubcap on the 110 freeway???


GO LAKERS!!!!!

MVP888, you contribute excellent points to this blog, but at times I feel that you are cocky in your approach. As if you and Phil Jackson had no differences at all and were one and the same. I tell you one difference since you like to defer to him, he never refers to the regular season as the 82 game preseason. He shows up to coach, and expects his players to show up to play. I believe that you dismiss the business part of sports too readily. Fans want to see the team win in the regular season and, of course, win the ultimate prize in the postseason. That's why I'm happy to be a Lakers fan, because we do that more often than not. I hope that you don't take my comments as criticism, but rather as feedback. I will say it again, I enjoy reading most of your posts and your knowledge of basketball, be it Lakers or otherwise.

Posted by: Laker J | October 19, 2010 at 02:13 PM
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Laker J

Thank you for your compliments, constructive critcism and insights. Perhaps I do come across as "cocky," but when a franchise brings the enormous success that the Lakers' franchise has brought its fans, you bet I will defer to the professionals who run the organization. We have a very spoiled fan base and when I see certain fans minimize the value of certain players or blow out of proportion a meaningless regular season loss, I will chime in to lend some perspective.

I believe you are wrong about Phil Jackson to a certain extent. Of course he wants to win regular season games; that's his competitive nature. But he is much more concerned about having his ballclub healthy and ready for the playoffs. You notice that during the regular season he rarely calls timeouts and, when a timeout is called, he confers with his assistant coaches during all but about 15 seconds. If he coached the games a lot more hands on, the Lakers would win more blowouts, but as important as wins are to him, having the players work things out for themselves and gel as a unit during the marathon are even more important to him. As we all know, he does most of his coaching during practice, so when I hear him say the Lakers had a good practice, that is music to my ears.

So while you raise interesting debate points, Phil Jackson absolutely considers the 82 games to be "practice" games. It's a long drawn out process where he is constantly tweaking, experimenting, fine tuning and otherwise figuring out what will be best for the team when the games actually count in the playoffs. I go to the games and rarely miss a possession on television just like everyone else, so please don't take the term "practice games" so literally.

On a more important note, I'm thinking the Artest twitter account is vastly undervalued.

Good enough KobeMVP888, thank you for putting it in perspective for me. I do know that Phil has the "big picture" in mind and his approach has worked well for him. But, like you, I hate to see the team lose at any time, well except for the real preseason. As fans we are spoiled enough to want our cake and Edith, I mean eat it! Cheers!

Luke is a lot like France: you're totally allowed to make fun of both of them. But, in the real world, neither Luke nor France are going anywhere, and both have their plus sides.

That's my opinion, and I'm sticking to it.

Humanomaly - Two things you are forgetting. 1 You have to have someone willing to trade for him (Adam) at the amount he was getting paid. Lots of luck on that one. 2 The Lakers got relieved of his contract dollars that allowed them to sign the new players they now have so we did get something for him but not in the normal ways of things.

63Footer, one word, French Fries. Make that two words. Now what's Luke's plus side? J/K.

Kobe888 and Laker J,

I think you're both right. Phil obviously emphasizes preparation for the playoffs, but he's also smart enough to know that home court is a REAL advantage, as evidenced against the Celtics. Before last season started, he estimated how many minutes he wanted from certain players, but Kobe (along with Fish) exceeded those minutes, which suggests that Phil was taking the regular season more seriously than Kobe888 might think. He was also quicker to call timeouts than in seasons past. I think with the changing NBA landscape (i.e. Miami), home court advantage should not be taken lightly.

Hey - don't be bagging on the French. They brought us more than french fries.

Let's not forget:

French onion soup
french toast
croissants
pastries
and the list goes on

I mean come on - let's give credit where credit is due.

We're back to calling them French Fries? I thought they were 'Freedom Fries' lol...

And what if we find someone to take France off our hands, like, say Mars or Jupiter (not Uranaus, of course - wouldn't want what they have to give back in return... =P)

Laker J, I wouldn't sweat the preseason losses. Now, those Raider losses, different story - even in a weak division.

BTW, gotta give the numerous Niner fans on the blogs their congrats. Not even gonna go Doc Rivers and try to claim 'your starting 11 hasn't beat our starting 11' - nope, not going there... lol


GO LAKERS!!!!!

PS I hope this post makes it past the Times censors...

Measuring the Lakers' Twitter value
Lakers forward Lamar Odom (RealLamarOdom) -- $50,558
Lakers guard Derek Fisher (derekfisher) -- $39,688

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maybe slowly i will start to understand Fishy's "intangibles", and LO's "versatility".

Simple question...was the handling of Adam Morrison and his expiring contract done with any benefit to the Lakers???? Because if the answer is no, that's a strike against Mitch and others who pushed for that trade. I suspected all along they had their eyes set on Shannon, as Shannon was the player picked with the pick right before the Lakers pick, which they used for Jordan Farmar. Ignore the Shannon/Jordan factor. Wasn't carrying this guy for 1.5 years then letting him walk for nothing, mean that Kupcheck wasn't on the ball on this one??? Morrison is looking better. It helps when you get to play more than 29 minutes in an entire season (09/10).

Posted by: Humanomaly | October 19, 2010 at 02:34 PM
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Buzz Kill Radmanovic's contract was one year longer and more money than Morrison's, so getting rid of Buzz Kill was addition by subtraction anyway. The throw in sweetener was ShanWOW and I agree that Kupchak had his eye on him. Shannon was buried in Larry Brown's rotation, but when we lost to them on 1/27/09 (117-100 in OT), ShanWOW played 22 impressive minutes and scored 14 points on 6-11 from the filed (2-5 from downtown). The trade took place on February 7, 2009. Why the Bobcats made that deal is beyond me, but then again, the man who made the deal was that great judge of talent .. none other than His Airness! So the Lakers accelerated Buzz Kill's expiring contract by a year by getting rid of him, replaced his contract with Morrison's and got a keeper in ShanWOW.

The answer to your question is a resounding YES!

Cyber, very funny! LOL.


The Raiders loss was painful, more so because it was against the winless 9ers. We made their season. Once again, the Raiders prove that they look good on paper, but are far from a good team. I was at the game against the Chargers, and as high as that win was, this loss is very low. Oh well, go Lakers!
BTW, I haven't sweat(ed) any losses so far, although I wish they would have beat Barthselona.

So....what is the point of highlighting something that supposedly follows the the value theory of money?

Honestly, I just don't get all the hubabaloo regarding Twitter, and now a randomized way of calculating...what exactly? How exactly are these people supposed to make money off this thing?

Confused am I regarding this whole post. I feel as if it's just a way to give something that really isn't that substantive more hype (read: twitter).

If the Lakers don't get Greivis Vasquez from the Grizzlies, they will beat the Lakers this year, mark my words. I've been following Vasquez since the College and he won't be a huge star but he will make the Grizzlies a better overall team enough to beat our Lakers. Nobody will see it coming, but it's here and it needs to be stopped!! I would do an even trade of Barnes for him right now. It was dreamt and analyzed in that dream. Mark my words 10-19-10

Kobe888 and Laker J,

I think you're both right. Phil obviously emphasizes preparation for the playoffs, but he's also smart enough to know that home court is a REAL advantage, as evidenced against the Celtics. Before last season started, he estimated how many minutes he wanted from certain players, but Kobe (along with Fish) exceeded those minutes, which suggests that Phil was taking the regular season more seriously than Kobe888 might think. He was also quicker to call timeouts than in seasons past. I think with the changing NBA landscape (i.e. Miami), home court advantage should not be taken lightly.

Posted by: LAKER TRUTH | October 19, 2010 at 03:22 PM
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All true, except the timeouts to which you refer were mainly in the playoffs. Otherwise, my observations were that it was Philip as usual. He wants HCA, but last year proved that he wasn't going to go after it at ALL costs. If we had played the Cavs or Magic, he would have had to live without it. Yes, he wants it and will probably get it in the Western Conference this season, but I don't think he'll take unnecessary risks. With respect to Kobe, he has little control over him. Kobe will play when he wants to as much as he wants. Somehow all of this has worked.

Vasquez is gonna be their Luke. I know Luke doesn't have any numbers that pop out but he makes the engine role in practice which translates to efficiency during real games, sees this things that I know occur.

If nobody believes me, just wait until we play them on NOVEMBER 2nd.

If Phil coached the Grizzlies they would go to the finals this year IMO.

Johnnyboy-
Rudy Gay had his last productive season last year.

Mark my words 10-19-2010.

But I do like their BBQ.

LakerTruth,
The one thing I think Phil understands more than is led to believe, is fan support. He knows that along with improving the team during the season, fans want to see the team succeed (win). Afterall, it is the fans that make a great franchise possible. We buy the tickets, and merchandise, they in turn acquire and pay the players and put forth a good product. What I'm more pleased about the Lakers, is that Dr. Buss doesn't now the word complacency, nor accomplishment. He takes the same approach now that he took when he first acquired the team.
A glimpse into Phil's understanding of fan base was during the games in London and Spain. He played Kobe because of the fans, and an understanding of their hard earned money to buy the tickets. More importantly, like you said, home court advantage is going to be critical, and PJ would not like being anything less than a 1 or 2 seed.

Laker J, you were at the Charger game? That was a very sweet win, probably the best in a few years. Sucks though to play in such a weak division and not even be able to scratch together a couple of wins in a row. Sucks to make the Niners season. Man, if we end up missing the playoffs by one game... grrr...

Yeah, I will admit, I don't look much at the standings, but the 'barthelona' loss hurt (very good barca impersonation, lol). I think that Phil was kinda bothered too, with as much as he played Kobe, to his curt 'No' when asked if they could compete in the NBA. I know my Spaniard 2nd cousins and such were probably celebrating, but that would have been a nice one to get...


GO LAKERS!!!!!

johnnyboy: "If the Lakers don't get Greivis Vasquez from the Grizzlies, they will beat the Lakers this year, mark my words."
...
"Vasquez is gonna be their Luke."...

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johnnyboy, I don't know if saying that Greivis will be the Grizzlies' Luke will get a lot of people excited to acquire him on the blog...


GO LAKERS!!!!!

ONE WEEK TO FILL THE LAT LAKERS BLOG BUSES...

DESTINATION STAPLES CENTER FOR OPENING AND RING NIGHT!!!
Let's show unity and support for this most excellent season coming up!


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[_|___|__|___|__|__|__|__|__|__\
|____LAKERS NATION BUS_\__\__
l__________________________--|
\_(O)-(O)_____________|_|(O)___/
LEWSTRS - Driver
NewMexicoLL - Shotgun
LRob - DJ and Bartender
justanothermambafan –Security & Fabulous
Mamba24 - Navigator
Laker Lass - Keeper of the Flame
Mark Medina - Customs
ZairaAmaterasu - Goddess
Laker Tom - NorCal Chapter
utzworld - THE ONCE AND FUTURE BANNER HOLDER - Chaplain
Fan of The Mamba - Midwest Chapter
phred = The Love Chapter
Jamie Sweet - Can't wait for a 3-peat
KobeMVP888 - Courtside Technician
RDLee - Ready to Roll
Laker Peace - Ready for the Quest for #17
Houston Laker - Needs a game day Link
Noah - Gods favorite
JustaLakerFan - Got some tunes to strike up the band
63 - Footer - Ready to put some foot into some heat behind
Magic Phil - He of the magic skill
#4 - He knows this is Phils 4th 3-peat
EastCoastJessie - Latina Princess
And the Jello Is Jigglin - He can turn Lebron to Jello
Tim-4-Show - Shannon Browns advisor
Lone Star Laker Fan - Olde Timey Historian"
NewMexicoLL - From Land of The Original Lakers(Minn.)
LakerJ - Fire Fighter - Will Extinguish The Heat
Cofm99 – In House Band Director
Segeboy/Taliq – Sheriff
OutLaw – Defense Specilaist
Baby Outlaw – Defense Specialist in Training
Fearless – Enforcer
Rick Friiedman – Morale Officer
Faith – Defense Officer
Jon K – Undercover Agent
J24 – Fairness Officer
PsychedLakerGirl – Review Judge
Joe Corad – Night Games Supervisor
Adrian Palomar – Overseas Chapter
Caps-Googles – Tech Foul Official
CyberCosmix – Devising otherworldly Laker Defense
2Phatt – Can Squash anything with the name Heat
WesJoeNixcon – Shaolin Monk – Trainer of IP Man
IHeartKB24 - Kobe Bryants inspiration
lance from da' bronx - East Coast Chapter
MS – The Tune Master
Zach - From San Diego Chapter
Jefe101 – 17th Parade Director
Staples24 – Director of Trades
Caliphilosopher - British Correspondent
Nemaia Faletogo - Tropical Zen Master
LAKER TRUTH - Abe in Purple and Gold
Humanomaly - Trekkie and proud of it
htj - Memphis BBQ Specialist

LEWSTRS -

I'm loving it! Keep that bus rollin'...

@Lew - Thanks for putting me on the bus my friend. I love the DJ part, but could you do me a favor and remove the bartender title.

This one is for your SPECIAL BUS...Give me a HO if you got your funky bus fare..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mr7QvpHsJBg

Um French Fries actually originated in Belgium y'all.


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