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All Net 01-20-2012 02:11 PM

Los Angeles Lakers @ Orlando Magic Game Thread
 
Let the Dwight vs Bynum talks begin...

Official showing bynum off to Otis smith?

lakersNUMBA1 01-20-2012 11:51 PM

Re: Los Angeles Lakers @ Orlando Magic Game Thread
 
didn't watch the game, but from the sounds of it.. the Lakers are way too tired from playing so many games.

DKLaker 01-21-2012 03:02 AM

Re: Los Angeles Lakers @ Orlando Magic Game Thread
 
DFish took 14 shots going 5 for 14 = 35%

Pau took 12 shots going 4 for 12

Bynum took only 6 shots 4 for 6


DFish took only 4 shots less than Pau & Bynum combined, ......anyone else see a major problem with our worst shooter taking that many shots

bladefd 01-21-2012 03:19 AM

Re: Los Angeles Lakers @ Orlando Magic Game Thread
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by DKLaker
DFish took 14 shots going 5 for 14 = 35%

Pau took 12 shots going 4 for 12

Bynum took only 6 shots 4 for 6


DFish took only 4 shots less than Pau & Bynum combined, ......anyone else see a major problem with our worst shooter taking that many shots


It was the ugliest Laker game I have seen this season. Just disgusted by the Lakers performance. Their shots were not dropping yet they kept trying to force them in. They should have driven more into the paint.

ARGHHH. This is frustrating to watch. I am getting to the point that I am not getting angry anymore. It's like I am getting used to this.. like it's normal for the Lakers to play like this.. Never before since the off-season (07-08 season) when Fisher returned and we got Pau halfway through that season.

I am losing trust in these Lakers. Anger is already down to frustration. I hope this changes soon. Kobe's days are numbered. We NEED a tweak in the roster before it is too late.

LA_Showtime 01-21-2012 04:05 AM

Re: Los Angeles Lakers @ Orlando Magic Game Thread
 
I don't mind losing these types of games, but I can't stand how Brown is handling Kobe and Gasol's playing time. 44 minutes for a 33-year-old 16-year veteran coming off a 40 plus night is ****ing stupid and shows he doesn't see the big picture.

mr sax 01-21-2012 01:46 PM

Re: Los Angeles Lakers @ Orlando Magic Game Thread
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by LA_Showtime
I don't mind losing these types of games, but I can't stand how Brown is handling Kobe and Gasol's playing time. 44 minutes for a 33-year-old 16-year veteran coming off a 40 plus night is ****ing stupid and shows he doesn't see the big picture.


Mike Brown might not have that much control over it. If Kobe wants to play 44 minutes, he will. Kobe runs the show.

DKLaker 01-21-2012 03:34 PM

Re: Los Angeles Lakers @ Orlando Magic Game Thread
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by LA_Showtime
I don't mind losing these types of games, but I can't stand how Brown is handling Kobe and Gasol's playing time. 44 minutes for a 33-year-old 16-year veteran coming off a 40 plus night is ****ing stupid and shows he doesn't see the big picture.


I have to agree with you 100%.......the only thing that can fix this is to make a trade.....we need help ASAP!!!!!!!

lakerfreak 01-21-2012 08:37 PM

Re: Los Angeles Lakers @ Orlando Magic Game Thread
 
I think the problem is that our best scorer is also playing point guard and doing everything. In today's NBA, no longer can a starting point guard be the guy who gets open for shots. We need a point guard to control the tempo, which has always been Kobe's weakness. If we can get that guard, Kobe will play other positions that won't involve him directing everyone to get out of the way.

A trade of Bynum for Dwight won't solve this issue. We need a point guard first, then we can trade Bynum for Dwight.


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