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#1 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.10
Jeez, after getting whooped on by the Bobcats in Charlotte, I knew the Lakers had problems, but they just freakin' lost to Cleveland, meaning we'll soon get to see the ridiculous head-bopping thing throughout the All-Star break.

The Lakers better get their heads out of the sand.



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#2 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.91
Yeah, that Carmelo trade's happening now. They can't sit on their hands after THAT embarrassment.

Sad thing is, Bynum isn't even the problem.




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#3 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.20
    Originally posted by It's False
    Yeah, that Carmelo trade's happening now. They can't sit on their hands after THAT embarrassment.

    Sad thing is, Bynum isn't even the problem.

...and Carmelo isn't the solution.

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    Originally posted by Rich Levine

    I think we've reached a point where it's OK to root for the Cavs.

    Not that you'd ever take their side in a fight against the Celtics, but now that they've reached these depressing depths, and after all they and their fans have been through, it's probably OK to wish them well without threatening your allegiance to the C's. For the next few months, in a weird way, we'll all be rooting for the Cavs. They're America's sad little team.

    And last night, that sad little team knocked off a giant. They beat the Lakers, and for that we'll be forever grateful.

    The Lakers are officially last year's Celtics. A team that doesn't care about the regular season and is due for a handful of embarrassing losses. So for now we'll laugh. But all while knowing that, just like last year's Celtics, the playoffs will be a very different story.

    For now, though . . . Thanks, Cavs!





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Couldn't agree more with Rich Levine. Heck, the Cavs are in the same division as my Pacers and I'm pulling for them (except against us).



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#6 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.91
I also agree with Rich Levine that the Lakers are last year's Celtics.

Meaning they're losing in the Finals. D'oh...



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Cleveland now has wins over the Celtics and Lakers, so that means they have accomplished 1 thing the Heat haven't been able to pull off.
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