This is how it should be done!!!
The new NBA MVP Lebron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers molly-whopped the Atlanta Hawks yesterday in game 1 of the Second round of the NBA playoffs. When you are the #1 seed playing an inferior #4 seed that is what you should be doing.
Some one needs to tell that to Kobe Bean. Yesterday Kobe said this in response to people worrying about the Lakers losing at home to the Houston Rockets in game 1. “It’s not like it’s the end of the world,” he said. “We’re not the first team ever to lose a Game 1 at home, it’s just here in Los Angeles, people get pretty nervous.”
That’s all you got Mamba?!!? First off your team has been very choppy the entire playoffs THIS year, you got embarrassed and pushed around LAST year in the NBA Finals and you come out and say some crap like that?
Where is the hunger from trying to redeem yourself from last year, where is the fire to be the best in the game and to crush any unworthy opponents?
Through much research and analysis we here at Classic University have narrowed down the crucial issue of the Laker team. Before I get into my analysis, humor me and read this list of names of some of the players on the Los Angeles Lakers…
Is it any wonder the Lakers keep getting pushed around by tough teams? Is there any wonder why they seem to have no heart? That list of names sounds like a list of characters from a 90210 spinoff, not a tough NBA squad.
All the great teams had personality, they had character, they had heart, and they had that garbage man blue color player that set the tone. The Lakers of the 90’s had Kurt Rambis, Clark Kent was as tough as nails. The Detriot Pistons had Dennis Rodman, Bill Lambeer, aaaaaand Rick Mahorn, some of the toughest nastiest dudes to ever play the game.
The new Lakers toughest player is a dude named Sasha Vagin….I mean, Vujacic, who wears a headband his mother gave him to hold back his long pretty flowing hair. Please!!!