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Let's hear it for good old Phil Jackson. He finally benches Fisher for the second quarter after a pathetic performance in the first quarter. Blake on his worst day is about 10 times better than Derek ( 5 rings ) Fisher. Derek...please do yourself and the Laker organization a favor and just retire. He is embarassing himself by stepping on the court !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Quote from the Lakers' bench: "The report of our death is an exxageration"

So here's what I mean about Bynum being injury prone.

Did you see Kobe's ankle. It was bent like one of those toys in the little kids room in Toy Story 3.

If Luke had twisted his ankle that way, he'd be out for the rest of the season.

If Bynum had twisted his ankle that way, he'd need surgery.

Kobe comes back and plays.

Some people take the hard blows and keep playing. Others don't.

Hopefully, Bynum will avoid any tweaks from now until the end of his career.

So much for my comment about Bynum making his free throws.

Bynum comes through at the end when the free throws mattered most.

Fisher RETIRE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

And the best news is that now we don't have to have the stank of a bunch of Dallas trolls pooping in the blog for the next few days.

Great night for D. Fish, Mr. 5 rings, Mr. Intangibles, Mr. 0.4, ...20 minutes, 0 for 6 shooting, o steals, 0 rebounds, 1 assist, 3 fouls and PATHETIC defense on Jason Terry. If Fisher is Mr. intangible...please tell me what he does that is tangible ???

Ron's flat footed rebs and put-backs are spectacular.

and those FLEXINGs (muscles)

best game for Bynum in his NBA career. like and All Star? if he keeps this up.

Considering the situation and timing of the game, this win was probably the biggest win of the season for the Lakers. Kudo for PJ to stay with Andrew Bynum at the end of the game. AB seemed to be really exciting to stay in the game at the end and made the big difference. VERY interesting to see the match up between AB vs DHoward on Monday. Go Andrew and Lakers!!!!

MAN-DREW BYNUM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Derek Fisher is one of the biggest frauds that have ever played in the NBA.
Easily one of the most overrated players EVER !!!!

Phew!

What did the Priest say? Feed the beast Kobe and get him the damn ball!! Everyone sees that with a dominate Bynum the lakers are a handful but he is normally sabotauged by hiw own guards and wing men. What a dominant performance by the young beast. Lke the game mortal kombat, drew was OUTSTANDING!!

Ball game thanks for coming mavs fans.BIG BIG ups to Bynum for being the big cat in there tonight and dominating the paint like a big man should.

Go Lakers!

Phil, please sit Fish until the Playoffs.

The best clutch game for Blake as a Laker too. I see he is getting confidence now. I am expecting big from him in the playoff. It seems like Ron Artest is starting to smell the another ring and is getting better and better as the playoff approcaches.. I have a feeling this Laker team will be at their peak when the playoff games begin.

Drew shot a scorching 75% from the field tonight. He should have gotten about 6 more shots from kobe's attempts who shot an abysmal 30% after that hour long practice on thursday after the game. This is phil's vision and anybody with common sense, feed the beast. A great win by the lakers.

And the best news is that now we don't have to have the stank of a bunch of Dallas trolls pooping in the blog for the next few days.

Posted by: LongTimeLakerFan | March 12, 2011 at 08:24 PM

LTLF...

Those fans I can understand. The ones I can't stand are the so called Laker fans who run for cover after every loss because the sky is falling. And the ones who do nothing but hate on their least favorite player.

BB Bynum really represented tonight. This was his game. He made all the difference throughout the game and at the end. A very sweet road victory that was much needed. Makes the roadie a far more palatable 3-1. Despite the Heat loss, the Lakers got right back on the horse and came up big in Dallas to stop the bleeding.

Putrid...

No, I'm not from the Philippines. Where did you get that idea?

If kobe was smart he will get bynum the ball and get out the way and he will be assured of title number 6. Next season the coach must make the following changes. Bynum must be the marque player and get about 18 shots per game. Place fish in permanent exile and move kobe to pg. Put UPS as the shooting guard who will adjudicate his shot attempts more judiciously than kb. Trade luke for a few airline miles or meal vouchers whatever. Bynum is the lakers future and the future is bright. Kobe must give about 10% of his salary in tithes to keep bynum injury free because kobe will get titles 6 and 7 out of the deal.

Fisher is the only Laker who consistently looks for Bynum down low.
Granted its because Fisher can't finish.

If Bynum stays healthy he is on his way back to beast status.
Scary.

Yeah, Bynum is seriously no joke. This is what I and everyone else knew he was capable of to begin with. Also why Mitch and Buss put their foot down and said "No trade". Nice to see the big fella coming through.

I appreciate how The L went right back to playing their high-level play after the unfortunate Heat loss. I feared a letdown but clearly they were trying to make a statement and they did. Now they've beaten the top two teams in the west and looks like they very well may start yet another streak.

Blake needs to start, period. It'd be such a boost to his already growing confidence. If Fisher is going to play, he needs to cede his minutes to Blake and come in for crunch time/pressure situations.

Bring on Orlando! Victim 3 and counting!

I hope this was Blake's break-out game. He got some minutes and played very well. He shot the ball and got five assists. Very cool. Fish couldn't buy a basket, so it was good timing.

Drew was fabulous. I hope this is the Drew we get every game for four quarters, because if it is this season is in the bag.

Ron had another great game.

All three B's played well. They actually put some points on the board. Shannon had the hot hand

Kobe had a tough night, but his teamates came through for him. Marion and Dirk both had great games, but they lost... ;-)

They out-rebounded us as a team, but nobody out-rebounded the beast.

Drew was great, but put up Shaq like numbers at the free throw line. He usually shoots a good percentage.


Three weeks of home games coming up with a tough one on Monday, I can’t wait because (that’s right),,,

I am a Lakerholic.

Forget LeBron vs Kobe.. Andrew Bynum vs Dwight Howard on Monday game will be The Clash of the Titanic. This is the one I want Bynum to have Kobe-like approach for once. That is, I want him to forget about triangle and be emotional and personal against DHoward.

good...good...

Bynum was good, but his best game from this road trip was against the Spurs, even he had only 4 points. His D on that game killed the Spurs. But he was good tonight also.

Artest was good. And Blake was good. His 2 3-point shots at the end sealed the deal.

All goooooooood.

Dominating performance by Drew. Breakout game by Blake...and not just the 3's. He also played good D and ran the offense. Ron Ron put on his hard hat and went to work. Everyone contributed to this one. DFish was the only Laker that played poorly.


Lakers have played 37 road games with only 4 left. Dallas, OKC and SA all have 9 road games left. Looking forward to the Drew/DHoward battle on Monday.

@Sfisher – No props for anyone…just criticize Fish….sheesh.

@LTLF - I agree about the Lakers bench and Dallas trolls.

@island – yes sir…young Drew was a beast!

@Peace – I agree about Blake and Ron…good stuff.

@Lakerholic - good post.

@Bronx - I don't get that either. Go figure.

I hope Kobe can rest his ankle for the next game against the Magic. I want the Lakers beat the Magic without Kobe on Monday with Bynum dominating the game and Barnes to play Kobe's postion. Then, Kobe will have at least 5 days rest until the next game.

Lakers have played 37 road games with only 4 left. Dallas, OKC and SA all have 9 road games left. Looking forward to the Drew/DHoward battle on Monday.

Posted by: LRob | March 12, 2011 at 10:12 PM

Don't think they'll catch SA, but 2nd seed in the West is definitely do-able. Good chance for the team to catch some rest during the next week with only 2 games. Time to hone that playoff edge in practice, as well. Hope Kobe's injury is not too serious.

Bronx - you're right. Just get the #2 seed and stay healthy.

The sad thing about this blog is that if the Lakers had lost tonight, this site would be lit up with all sorts of off the wall comments. A good, solid win against the Mavericks doesn't engender much response. Or maybe I'm the only one in the house on Saturday night!!! LOL!!

The Derek Fisher haters are really starting to bother me.

I mean, REALLY starting to bother me.

By that, I mean I may go Michael Teniente on them and challenge them to public combat.

What do we play for? RINGS!!!

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

GO LAKERS!!!!

if pj would keep fish on the bench the lakers will continue
to win.pj must be brain dead to keep starting fish.keep feeding the ball to bynum.and paul need to become more physical.

if pj would keep fish on the bench the lakers will continue
to win.pj must be brain dead to keep starting fish.keep feeding the ball to bynum.and paul need to become more physical.

Posted by: Bob T | March 12, 2011 at 11:37 PM

Apparently Bob T has forgotten about all the titles we've won with Fish starting at point...

nihow from shanghai, p.r.c.....wow, was that a finish today! thank god the chinese love nba basketball. got to see the whole game this morning, woohoo! after the game i was walking around shanghai, rocking my black kobe jersey. outside of yao ming, kobe is the next most popular nba player in the WORLD....and you know, billions of chinese can't be wrong, right? anyhow, so a local guy wants to talk nba basketball with me, so i'm all geeked up about it. so, he tells me that lecryin' james has bigger muscles than kobe.....and i say that's absolutely right. then he says to me, "BUT KOBE HAS A BIGGER HEART"! wow, do the chinese know their basketball or what????????????a couple of observations from todays game. blake, best game in a long time, kobe, not a great game at all, even though he nutted it up in the 4th qtr. bynum, what else can you say about his performance today. refs, again they were terrible until maybe the last quarter. i felt that cardinal's foul on matt barnes was a flagrant foul! shaun marion, he killed us today....we were so lucky. memo to the Lakers, PLEASE KEEP HIM FROM GETTING GARBAGE POINTS! freethrow shooting today almost killed us! fisher, persona non grata today.....however, i still believe in him when the playoffs start! lastly, let's kick orlando's ass on monday. KOBE, use R.I.C.E. and you'll be fine for monday!

Trolls, Don't Forget to Set Your Clocks Ahead 72 Hours...

KOBE BEAN BRYANT IS "THE LOGO OF PROFESSIONALISM!"

WHY DOES DICK BAVETTA STILL HAVE AN NBA JOB???

isnt this guy like 90 years old??? oh sorry maybe i exaggerated just a little... hes actually 71 ( i looked it up and not a typo) and still has a full time job in the NBA!! and no offense to any seniors but isnt that the age where most elderly drivers start to get their driving privileges restricted yet here we have DICK BAVETTA STILL COACHING A PROFESSIONAL GAME???!!!

watching the officiating today seriously made my blood boil... if you watched this game closely the lakers were dominating both ends and shouldve blown out the mavs BUT here was BIG D**K FREAKIN BAVETTA makin his mark early with quick whistles anytime lakers went on a run not letting them build a big lead.... oh and if you read TIM DONAGHYS book you'll know exactly what i'm talkin about.. this guy is renowned around the league for a reputation to keep games close by not being afraid to blow the whistle.. more whistles mean slow to the action which eventually tightens up the score...for this reason bavetta has forever been one of sterns favorite GO TO GUYS whos a master of manipulating the game generally with a tendency to favor teams that are down... he keeps games close which is great for ratings and hes the best in the business and exactly the reason why he still has an nba job.

John Hollinger of ESPN... is a Kobe hater.... the guy just keep talking ss"·$ttt about the black mamba :P he's making a drama 'cause lakers lost to the heat and kobe did a couple of mistakes at the end of the game...

kobe is human .. uu John "A$$ H0|e" Hollinger.. and also Kobe is the best player in the league!! grrrr

S Perkins tonight I SALUTE YOU!!

that is probably one of the ugliest and most laugable statsheets you will ever see in a full 21 minutes of action...

and WTF was dfish doing going for the teardrop at the end with the game on the line??

yeah, Fisher haters and guys that know better than the coaching staff how to manage a team that is a consistent championship contender and actually a consistent championship winner, that's who often shouts the loudest these days.

i can really understand all the second guessing if things were bad, but things have been good for quite some time. i'm enjoying this team, even when they drive me crazy when they do something stupid. at least they try things. they are handling business when it counts, and i respect that. this season could be over in an instant with a twisted ankle or knee, it happens. tonight, we had a reminder.

i'm happy that the team responded. i'm glad that Kobe can play. i hope and pray that the swelling is minimal. i know that Kobe will do everything he can to be ready. i'll bet it hurts. as a fan who likes to see the team succeed, i appreciate the effort that goes into doing your best everyday. i know that in my life, it's difficult to give a full effort into anything day after day after day after day. i applaud these men who find a way to do that on a consistent basis.

good game team! now that's over, next game.

by the way, this playing through pain is one of those way that Kobe shows his worth. he could easily slack off here and no one could blame him. if he comes back and plays, even though it hurts, his teammates are reminded to toughen up. it's not just that he's KB24 and he's playing through the pain, it's that any player playing through the pain and remaining effective, even just as a decoy, makes all the other men have to man up(unless they have no heart, but then this organization tends to weed those types out). when it's the top dog, the effect is multiplied. ask big Willis Reed.

everyone in the organization makes mistakes, and there are so many mistakes to make, that there are plenty of people who can say "i could have told you..." in every situation. everyone includes every player, coach, administrator, owner, everyone. the point is, how well do the parts work together in achieving the pointless goal of championships? well, how are the Lakers doing in the last, say 40 or 50 years? better than any blog reader, if the organization is considered an entity with a mission to accomplish(which is a creepy enough thought).

Laker fans, rejoice! God has blessed you in this small, meaningless arena that we enjoy so much. it doesn't matter what the bitter sportswriters and talk show hosts say or do to make you unhappy if you just examine reality. Laker Fans get to celebrate way more often that not, and that's better than human life normally is. they complain, complain, complain about the ole home team even when the ole home team's winning, showing everyone just how smart they are. they like it when bad things happen, because it's something to write about that stirs people's emotions. when people get emotional they stop thinking clearly and so the hapless fan who should be ecstatic that the team the he has chosen wins so often, starts to think that he's unhappy with his winning team. then, all are as miserable as said sportswriter, talk show host, and/or troll.

as they say, "misery loves company", but happiness can love company, too. it's not really that cool to have trouble all the time. when things are nice, that's pretty good too. there's always trouble, there's no need for extra. all you miserable, hateful people who are happiest when others are as miserable as you are, relax. it's ok to have a good day, even when the other guy has a good day too, sometimes. and just because someone has a bad time, doesn't mean that everyone has to have a bad time. otherwise, when you, as a sad and miserable person, finally have a good time, you'll have to give it up, because of other's misery. hey, you made the rules, not me.

yep, i like this team, and for a long time. i know they won't keep it up for ever and i'll be sad when they retire soon, just like when Wilt and West and Magic and Kareem and Worthy and so many others(Horry and Sam Perkins who gets blasphemed here) retired. i'll CERTANLY miss Fish and Kobe and Lamar and Pau Gasol and someday maybe even AB and crazy Ron(for sure!), but RIGHT NOW, i'll go with these guys. they can do it, and they are who the team is RIGHT NOW.

yell at them when they screw up, but stop loving any of them and you are hating the whole team. without love, the love of the game, the fan's love the process known as winning a championship can't occur. i hear "fans" pointing a lot of fingers(mixed metaphor) at the players, but the fans better do their job of bringing the love, too. just [female dog metaphor]ing won't fix anything. prayers and a good attitude might.

that is all.
i know the (SSR stylee)Trolls are gonna troll,
the haters are gonna hate
the blakers are gonna Blake
chuckers are gonna chuck
the Lakers are gonna lake
and the fans are gonna cheer

@outside observer from chi-town

The reason why there are few rebuttal attacks on bloggers who welcome a different offensive system is because Laker fans have witnessed multiple championships using other offensive schemes unlike Bulls fans like yourself.

Since that is all Chicagoans know, i.e. Michael, Scotty, PJ, and the Triangle Offense, your limited knowledge on the subject compared to Laker fans makes your “blasphemy” point of view somewhat naive along with your attempt to tell us how to act against one of our own. Leave that to your own team blog.

PJ is well respected on this blog for the most part, but is not deified. We leave that kind of worship to the Windy City fans for Ditka, Phil, and Michael.

Good win with all the players helping, only Fisher had a bad game (but hey! it happens to anyone and he will help when it matters most).

Great game by Bynum scoring easy baskets and rebounding. I wondered through the game why he was missing all those FTs, but in the end he made the ones that mattered. Clutch play the young boy.

I hope everything is fine with Kobe's ankle, even though he had 20 shots, it seemed he was more of a facilitator.

Let's hope this win gives them a boost and to erase from their memory the last game and keep streaking.

Lakers win...Haters shut up...lol

Bibby was 5 of 5 from the three point line coming off the bench in a Heat win. Who was it who said we should try to get him? Oh, that’s right, it was me. Who was it that agreed with me? Nobody. Who was it that said we shouldn't worry about Bibby? That he is old and doesn't have it anymore? Hmmmmm, that’s right, all of the bloggers who commented on my suggestion... I will say it again. I was really hoping I would never have to yell, "No Bibby, no Bibby!!!" in a playoff game ever again. Signing him would have assured us of that. We could have got him cheaply. Plus, we would have had a great shooter on the team. I really hope the Celtics man-handle the Heat in the playoffs. Otherwise, it will be déjà vu all over again - “Please… no… Bibby!!!”

I am a Lakerholic.

Derek Fisher has one bad game and everyone disses him? seriously he was awesome against Miami. Had he not played excellent defence I have a feeling we would have lost by a hell of a lot more.

People on this blog have been dissing Blake for 2 months and he pulls up 9 pts and suddenly he is a god yet everyone was saying he was a dissapointment last week? you guys are such bandwagon jumpers its incredible.


Derek Fisher has one bad game and everyone disses him? seriously he was awesome against Miami. Had he not played excellent defence I have a feeling we would have lost by a hell of a lot more.

People on this blog have been dissing Blake for 2 months and he pulls up 9 pts and suddenly he is a god yet everyone was saying he was a dissapointment last week? you guys are such bandwagon jumpers its incredible.

Posted by: Diandra | March 13, 2011 at 03:16 AM

This. Although Fish has actually had more than one bad game, you know there is something wrong with the fans (who are grown men, mind you) in this blog when, instead of deriving joy and happiness from a solid win against a solid team, can only continue their smear campaign against Fish as if it's their purpose for living on this earth. What's more, these "Laker fans" allege that with Fish in the starting lineup (or playing at all, for that matter) will lead to doom and failure for the Lakers, even as we have racked up title after title with him in the lineup and even as we continue our torrid win pace over quality teams after the ASG. Lastly, these "Laker fans" question and laugh at Phil's judgment, forgetting it is Phil, and not them, who owns so many rings that he needs to use a toe to keep track of the number. Sure, by all means, throw out criticism when it's due, but it is ridiculous to advocate for the cause like a petulant child. It's not like Fish has cost us a playoff series; I hope I do not need to remind you guys that we are the two-time defending world champions and that we have been to the Finals for three consecutive years. Brighten up a bit and live a little. If you truly love this team, you'll appreciate its components and find joy in the quest for a three-peat. Your team (or is it?) won and jumped a game in the standings. No need to be petulant and sulk. Go lake show!

@LTLF.......... You know I agree that Kobe has Bionic parts and a pain threshhold that no other human has, but to compare him playing thru pain versus Andrew is just wrong. Bynum is a BIG with a lot more weight bearing down on those knees and ankles!!!! Andrew looked so determined last nite and I am so proud of him and OUR team!! We are peaking at perfect time!

@outside observer from chi-town

The reason why there are few rebuttal attacks on bloggers who welcome a different offensive system is because Laker fans have witnessed multiple championships using other offensive schemes unlike Bulls fans like yourself.

Since that is all Chicagoans know, i.e. Michael, Scotty, PJ, and the Triangle Offense, your limited knowledge on the subject compared to Laker fans makes your “blasphemy” point of view somewhat naive along with your attempt to tell us how to act against one of our own. Leave that to your own team blog.

PJ is well respected on this blog for the most part, but is not deified. We leave that kind of worship to the Windy City fans for Ditka, Phil, and Michael.

Posted by: Troll Man | March 13, 2011 at 12:31 AM

so instead of deifying a coach who has brought you 5 championships and 7 trips to the nba finals in his 10 seasons coaching the team, you choose to criticize him, act like you know more than him, and vilify him for sticking to a system that has won 11 championships. instead, you want to turn back the clocks and 'magically' have this team play like the showtime lakers. wow! perhaps you should model your appreciation for pj after the kind of worship he earned from his fans in the windy city. i have no explanation for why you would feel any differently. your entire post is a shocking embarrassment to you and any lakers fan who think like you. you should canonize this legend!

d-rose for mvp! go bulls!

A very good, tough road trip against quality teams. They were in the one game they lost, and could have had it.


Bynum really emerged on this road trip - 14 very strong quarters out of 16. He is anchoring the defense, dominating the boards, and emerging offensively. His biggest game on O came against a strong defensive big in Tyson Chandler.


Good balance, everybody contributed. They are starting to play more like a playoff Laker team - tough D and solid execution on offense. Less isolation, less 1-on-1.


It feel good right now if the Lakers can go 3-1 on the road against 3 elite teams and a playoff bound team. And Bynum's play is really encouraging. The Lakers have won two titles without a full strength Drew. With him they are damn tough to beat.

Never thought I'd say this, but Simers on PJ is worth the read. He notes how tough Kobe is coming back from this injury, how old Fish is getting. And how great the Mexican food in AZ is. El Charro in Tucson is a must eat.

Been super busy at work so I haven't been posting much lately, but here are a few observations after this road trip.

1) The closer we get to "the real season", the more we look like "the real Lakers". And right now, we're looking like a team that can't be beaten by anybody out there over a 7-game series. The Lakers are by far the best team in basketball right now. Scary part for everyone else...we're STILL getting better.

2) Despite Phil's feigned zen semi-levitation, he really wants this one. He knows he has something special, and he's synchronizing all his chess pieces to align them for the end game. Anyone who thinks he can't coach and make in-game changes either hasn't been watching or has no clue about his masterful handling of his players and these recent game situations. He's closing in on the home-court positioning he feels this team needs.

3) Bynum is unquestionably the X-factor for this run. And I might add, he's Exhibit A for Phil's brilliance. And I'm not just talking about not trading him for Carmelo. I'm talking about how Phil has nursed his use along slowly the entire year, despite the criticisms and chihuahua-pack-yapping of the non-geniuses out there (some here included). Bynum slowly worked himself back into shape, gained confidence, and finally he's being unleashed like Baby King Kong, the 9th Wonder of the NBA Universe. The way he's playing right now, frankly I wouldn't even trade him for Dwight Howard. He's got more upside offensively than Howard already despite what the NBA stat-wizards among us will undoubtedly trot out. Fuggedaboudit. This kid is our future.

4) Kobe...my one and only concern. You can't fight age. You have to adjust your game. You have to adjust when and how much you pour into certain games (and, jeez, AFTER games, Kobe). Kobe doesn't need to practice shooting for additional hours. He needs to rest his legs more. (Phil, do what you KNOW you need to do here!) His run of 30% shooting nights isn't bad shooting form, it's aging legs. That the first sign for the great ones to change roles, habits, tactics. The legs go first. So please, please, please rest them. And, as many others have suggested, transform yourself from super scorer to super facilitator.

Now the Lakers will play only 7 games at home for the next 3 weeks. This is the perfect time for the Lakers reserves to step up to play their best to give the starters much needed rest for the playoff run. I really hope to see the re-born of the "Killer B's." Go Killer B's!!!!!!


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>>>Andrew Bynum vs Dwight Howard on Monday game will be The Clash of the
>>>Titanic.

Uh... The Titanic sunk. You do know that don't you?

Given Bynum's injury history, I think I'd prefer the Clash of the Titans.

>>>The Derek Fisher haters are really starting to bother me.

Jon K,

I've started to see them as just noise. Of course, they'll still be spewing vitriol after Fish hits one of his patented clutch shots to help win a finals game (again). Some people just don't get it.

>>>if pj would keep fish on the bench the lakers will continue to win.

The Lakers are 9-1 over the last 10 with Fish starting.

deal with it.

>>>if pj would keep fish on the bench the lakers will continue to win.

The Lakers are 9-1 over the last 10 with Fish starting.

deal with it.

>>>Kobe has Bionic parts and a pain threshhold that no other human has, but to
>>>compare him playing thru pain versus Andrew is just wrong.

Let me ask you this... If Bynum had twisted his ankle that severely, do you think he'd have come back and played in the game?


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