View Full Version : Los Angeles Lakers vs. Charlotte Bobcats 2/11
02-11-2008, 04:39 PM
Thought I'd get it started...and is anyone else going to be there?
Do they have wi-fi at the arena?
02-11-2008, 06:28 PM
Oh boy, here we go again and its gonna be on MYTV12.... :g:
02-11-2008, 07:04 PM
I know of at least 4 unused tickets. I couldnt talk myself into going to this one.
02-11-2008, 07:20 PM
Good Lord, Gasol is gonna score like 350 points tonight if he keeps this up :o
02-11-2008, 07:24 PM
Thanks for starting the thread up Brett!
Pao is killing us.
02-11-2008, 07:59 PM
I could guard Pao better then what we are doing.
02-11-2008, 08:03 PM
Pao sure would have looked good in a Bobcats uniform.
02-11-2008, 08:04 PM
Mcinnis guarding Kobe is embarrassing.
02-11-2008, 08:07 PM
No I think thats ridiculis...... :g:
02-11-2008, 08:17 PM
Ray is playing more like a SG than a PG. 18 pts is great, but 2 assists and 4 TO's in a half isn't too good. His mentality is that of a 2 guard, not a 1 guard. Gotta distribute the ball more. Although in fairness tonight, since no one else is scoring much in a Bobcat uniform, perhaps he feels compelled to shoot more.
02-11-2008, 09:03 PM
How the hell did Earl go 0/3 in that short time that he was in? He didnt even log a minute
02-11-2008, 09:27 PM
While our bigs are coming up huge on the boards, the Lakers are putting on a clinic on how to crash the boards: all but one of their players (at this point) has at least 1 rebound
02-11-2008, 10:03 PM
I am proud of the effort tonight. NAzr, Dudley played well. Ray scored well, but 8 assists to 6 TO's is not a good ratio. Okafor could not do much but did rebound well and played a decent Defense.
I am checking the boards for this game to see what you guys are saying, however, I am not watching any more games this year (except for the ones I already have tickets for). A solid huzzah to all of you guys sticking through and watching pretty much every game.
02-12-2008, 09:09 AM
Went to the game last night, and got to watch a game in which we were not completely blown out and it was in front of a sold out crowd. I'll take it, I guess. The louder portion of the crowd, of course, belonged to all of the Lakers fans in the audience until our run at the end. We just got out Pau'd in the 1st, and then every time we tried to mount a comeback, our defensive stops would turn into foul shots which the Lakers weren't missing. Jeff McInnis had several McInnis-Moment-of-the-Game moments, including just plain dribbling the ball out of bounds. Later in the 4th, on defense, he falls down leaving Odom (why was Odom his responsibility?) wide open to dunk however he chooses. He remains on the floor, as we're bringing the ball up the court. JRich dribbles across the time line and then makes a pass to Ray that is tipped. Jeff comes running up the court and grabs the ball before it goes over half-court or into the hands of some Laker.
Jeff looked like he was in a lot of pain when he was on the ground. Where did this sudden burst of speed come from? Perhaps he was just trying to play hard, as he would soon go to the bench for the remainder. My theory is that he knew that our only chance to come back into the game would be if he was sitting on the bench. Solid effort Jeff! Too bad Radio had other plans! Jeff goes in for Matt a little later, after Matt converts a 3 point play. Go figure.
As one might expect, the Lakers just looked by the way they play like they have a much better system and a much better coach. We, on the other hand, look like we have neither of these things.
In addition, they had this one guy who has playing extremely well. His name was Cobb or Kolby or something. How many times was Dudley up in his face and he would just drain a shot. Several times, he was wide-open for 3 and would fake the shot, draw Dudley to the point where Dudley was probably fouling him, take the shot and make it anyway. Absolutely toying with us.
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