Originally posted by evilwaldoThe Kings did not want to win this game. Just look at the poor shooting in the second half by everyone except Bibby and Webber along with the foul shots. As much as I do not like the Lakers you have to give them credit, they wanted it more.
I don't know that the Kings didn't want to win it...they just had too many players that didn't want to be the one to lose it.
Everyone except Bibby looked like a deer in the headlights when they touched the ball.
The final nail in the coffin was the "no-foul" when Shaq smacked Webber with his ass to draw a foul. After Shaq sunk both free throws it was all down hill...
I'm kind of bummed...being a Wisconsinite I'm a Bucks fan, so obviously I was out of basketball watching for some time...Zed and the Kings made me care again...oh well***sigh***.
http://www.nba.com/finals2005/courtside/fantastic4_vs_nba.html After earning his eighth consecutive selection to the All-NBA First Team in 2004-05, is there really any question that Tim Duncan somehow has a way of making the defense invisible?