Is that like "the awesome undertaker, who is awesome?"
"No one's ever done a movie about flowers before. So there are no guidelines." "What about "Flowers for Algernon"?" "Well, that's not about flowers. And it's not a movie." "Ok, I'm sorry, I never saw it." -- Adaptation
Living in Laker town myself, everyone here has gotten used to the fact that the Lakers have never taken the regular season seriously, hence their horrific start. Now they're getting back into playoff form and they'll be ready for Sac town in the first round.
And to CRZ, he who hails from Sac town, the Lakers DID beat the Clippers. And they have also beaten playoff teams (e.g tonight's victory over Detroit). We'll see you guys in the first round!
Originally posted by DJ FrostyFreezeI still wanna know where all of these supposed Laker Fans were LAST YEAR when the WHOLE BOARD was dumping on me and NO ONE had my back?!?!
All right, you're forcing my hand. I love the Lakers, and I remember stating as much in this forum several times. So don't think I'm not representing.
That being said, the Kings/Mavs game last night was the most entertaining basketball game I've seen all season. Bad defense be damned, the offensive show by both teams (until Dallas fell apart at the end) was phenomenal. If it is Kings/Mavs in the playoffs, it will be a fun series to watch (my disdain for the Kings notwithstanding).
http://www.ocregister.com/ocr/2004/10/18/sections/sports/sports_columns/article_279602.php With the comments made by Tim Leiweke, president of Anschutz Entertainment Group, which owns and operates Staples Center, it appears very likely that the L.A.