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PostPosted: Wed Nov 02, 2022 9:35 pm    Post subject:

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Russ in "just compete" answer mode. LOL


Yeah you could tell by the way he was seated he wasn't feeling it lol
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Pat Bev not worth it...0-3 with 4 rebounds and 3 assists then with 2 turnovers tho he did have a steal...his replacement would not have had to lock up CJ if he didn't make 2 turnovers or could make a shot.

Lack up production of Bev outweighs his defense by a mile...zero points from a starter? In 27+ minutes? with 2 turnovers? Low assists and rebounds? Get him outta here.


Dont agree at all. Bev was great for us down the stretch. He was fantastic on defense and got huge rebounds on offense down the stretch. Also got a steal.

CJ was literally getting wherever he wanted in the 4Q until Bev was put on him.

Last season wasn't that long ago where we had absolutely zero perimeter defending getting cooked by everyone.

Bev is one of the most important players on our team.

Begs the question - who is more important to the team? Russ or Bev?

One of them needs to get traded if we want to make the team better, really


At this super early stage of the season we still gotta ride with them both.

I’m certain Bev will start hitting shots. Unlike Kendrick Nunn , when Pat ain’t scoring he doesn’t lack effort everywhere else.

Russ finally got his swagger back and if he keeps this up he’ll be gunning for that 6th man of year award!


I've seen enough of Bev to know how important he is down the stretch. Im honestly shocked we're taking great defense for granted when we witnessed 5 matadors on the court last season gold fish memory i guess.

Bev was huge this game. Stats might not say he was but down the stretch he was huge.
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BILBJH wrote:
cirehawk wrote:
BILBJH wrote:
anth2000 wrote:
BILBJH wrote:
anth2000 wrote:
BILBJH wrote:
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Those crapping all over LeBron it’s obvious that he wasn’t 100% tonight


He's doing amazing for his age.

He's just not a dominant player any more.

I mean if CJ can block him... it's getting closer to the end.


You’re totally wrong.
He can dominate anytime he wants.
He’s sick and has a really sore ankle.
Can still play-make, score and block shot.
He’s not 100% and he’s not 25 but he’s not washed.


I see, so he's been letting teams win those first five games.


I am not going to argue with you. Lebron hater, I get it.
First 5 games, some were close, offense struggled but defense was good.
Lebron was putting up 25.2 points a game during that time.
Lakers offense has struggled, that is why they started 0-5.
That’s on everyone, not just Lebron.
Hey, I was frustrated at some of his hero ball shots at the end.
But, I know he was trying and not 100% today.


Nope, just not a LBJ dick rider.

What part of amazing for his age did you not understand?

He will still win some games... he's still better than over 90% of the players... he just is showing his age... and it's not just this game.

He's now among the mortals where he used to be above everyone.

If that's a hater... then sure I'm a hater.


Fair points, but your comment is a little contradictory. You say he's still better than 90% of the players, but he's no longer dominant and showing his age? If by closer to the end you mean years remaining versus how many he's already played, you are absolutely correct. But if he is indeed still better than 90% of the players (I say it's more like better than 75-80 percent), that says he's still pretty dominant.


He used to take garbage teams to the final.

Right now he struggles to win with AD, Lonnie and Russ all playing well.

He's great for his age... he will win us some games... but you can't count on him carrying a team anymore.


It’s really unfortunate we got Lebron in his last few years in the league. It’s almost surreal to see how much he looks mortal now. He’s been a destroyer of worlds for so long its just so weird to see him in this declined state.

Oh well. Just keep pushing forward lakers and we’ll see what happens
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 02, 2022 9:41 pm    Post subject:

TMG wrote:
KingKobe20 wrote:
alleyoop wrote:
TMG wrote:
Hanging from Rafters wrote:
Pat Bev not worth it...0-3 with 4 rebounds and 3 assists then with 2 turnovers tho he did have a steal...his replacement would not have had to lock up CJ if he didn't make 2 turnovers or could make a shot.

Lack up production of Bev outweighs his defense by a mile...zero points from a starter? In 27+ minutes? with 2 turnovers? Low assists and rebounds? Get him outta here.


Dont agree at all. Bev was great for us down the stretch. He was fantastic on defense and got huge rebounds on offense down the stretch. Also got a steal.

CJ was literally getting wherever he wanted in the 4Q until Bev was put on him.

Last season wasn't that long ago where we had absolutely zero perimeter defending getting cooked by everyone.

Bev is one of the most important players on our team.

Begs the question - who is more important to the team? Russ or Bev?

One of them needs to get traded if we want to make the team better, really


At this super early stage of the season we still gotta ride with them both.

I’m certain Bev will start hitting shots. Unlike Kendrick Nunn , when Pat ain’t scoring he doesn’t lack effort everywhere else.

Russ finally got his swagger back and if he keeps this up he’ll be gunning for that 6th man of year award!


I've seen enough of Bev to know how important he is down the stretch. Im honestly shocked we're taking great defense for granted when we witnessed 5 matadors on the court last season gold fish memory i guess.

Bev was huge this game. Stats might not say he was but down the stretch he was huge.


I am by no means downing on Bev and do not want to trade him it would be nice if every once in a while he did actually hit a shot
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 02, 2022 9:42 pm    Post subject:

Brawn13 wrote:
BILBJH wrote:
cirehawk wrote:
BILBJH wrote:
anth2000 wrote:
BILBJH wrote:
anth2000 wrote:
BILBJH wrote:
Polarbear wrote:
Those crapping all over LeBron it’s obvious that he wasn’t 100% tonight


He's doing amazing for his age.

He's just not a dominant player any more.

I mean if CJ can block him... it's getting closer to the end.


You’re totally wrong.
He can dominate anytime he wants.
He’s sick and has a really sore ankle.
Can still play-make, score and block shot.
He’s not 100% and he’s not 25 but he’s not washed.


I see, so he's been letting teams win those first five games.


I am not going to argue with you. Lebron hater, I get it.
First 5 games, some were close, offense struggled but defense was good.
Lebron was putting up 25.2 points a game during that time.
Lakers offense has struggled, that is why they started 0-5.
That’s on everyone, not just Lebron.
Hey, I was frustrated at some of his hero ball shots at the end.
But, I know he was trying and not 100% today.


Nope, just not a LBJ dick rider.

What part of amazing for his age did you not understand?

He will still win some games... he's still better than over 90% of the players... he just is showing his age... and it's not just this game.

He's now among the mortals where he used to be above everyone.

If that's a hater... then sure I'm a hater.


Fair points, but your comment is a little contradictory. You say he's still better than 90% of the players, but he's no longer dominant and showing his age? If by closer to the end you mean years remaining versus how many he's already played, you are absolutely correct. But if he is indeed still better than 90% of the players (I say it's more like better than 75-80 percent), that says he's still pretty dominant.


He used to take garbage teams to the final.

Right now he struggles to win with AD, Lonnie and Russ all playing well.

He's great for his age... he will win us some games... but you can't count on him carrying a team anymore.


It’s really unfortunate we got Lebron in his last few years in the league. It’s almost surreal to see how much he looks mortal now. He’s been a destroyer of worlds for so long its just so weird to see him in this declined state.

Oh well. Just keep pushing forward lakers and we’ll see what happens


He is injured

He is sick

Last year before he got hurt he was looking like MVP of the league
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 02, 2022 9:43 pm    Post subject:

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What we saw from lebron today was extremely concerning. This is what LeBron looks like now when his jumper isnt falling. Yikes


If he had some fundamentals he could go into the post and play there. Didn’t he work on his footwork work Hakeem? Never seen him make any post moves.


He just doesnt have the stamina anymore. It takes a lot out of his legs to bang with others down low. Thats why he just hangs around the perimeter and settles. If the game was 5 minutes long he'd be fine

We need more Russ and less Bron. Save bron for 4th quarter


Evidently a lot of folks missed this in the first quarter. His foot has been the reason he's been on the Injury Report this season (although they have not been specific about what it is).

Per Buha

LeBron James is sitting to the side of the Lakers' huddle with his left shoe off. He's been battling left foot soreness. Appears to be in some pain.

https://twitter.com/jovanbuha/status/1588000412723949569?s=46&t=HqDLzBdpd6TYnq3Y-Y9AwQ


Foot injuries suck. Put some titanium in there Lebron.


That's the same foot he rolled vs the Nuggets last game... He used to play through those like nothing. But with his age those starts to linger and don't heal as fast.
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 02, 2022 9:45 pm    Post subject:

Regarding Lebron, I think it would be wise for us to draw up some plays for others while he recovers, his ISO game is very bad now, hasn’t hit a jump tonight, we really don’t have an ISO player since everyone has flaws. Would love to give LW4 some shots too.
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Hanging from Rafters wrote:
Pat Bev not worth it...0-3 with 4 rebounds and 3 assists then with 2 turnovers tho he did have a steal...his replacement would not have had to lock up CJ if he didn't make 2 turnovers or could make a shot.

Lack up production of Bev outweighs his defense by a mile...zero points from a starter? In 27+ minutes? with 2 turnovers? Low assists and rebounds? Get him outta here.


That’s an interesting crusade thing you got going on


And you’re wrong
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 02, 2022 9:45 pm    Post subject:

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It’s really unfortunate we got Lebron in his last few years in the league. It’s almost surreal to see how much he looks mortal now. He’s been a destroyer of worlds for so long its just so weird to see him in this declined state.

Oh well. Just keep pushing forward lakers and we’ll see what happens


Yep, I enjoyed this win... and I hope we can keep our pick close to the Pelicans so they don't screw us in the draft.
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 02, 2022 9:48 pm    Post subject:

Brawn13 wrote:
BILBJH wrote:
cirehawk wrote:
BILBJH wrote:
anth2000 wrote:
BILBJH wrote:
anth2000 wrote:
BILBJH wrote:
Polarbear wrote:
Those crapping all over LeBron it’s obvious that he wasn’t 100% tonight


He's doing amazing for his age.

He's just not a dominant player any more.

I mean if CJ can block him... it's getting closer to the end.


You’re totally wrong.
He can dominate anytime he wants.
He’s sick and has a really sore ankle.
Can still play-make, score and block shot.
He’s not 100% and he’s not 25 but he’s not washed.


I see, so he's been letting teams win those first five games.


I am not going to argue with you. Lebron hater, I get it.
First 5 games, some were close, offense struggled but defense was good.
Lebron was putting up 25.2 points a game during that time.
Lakers offense has struggled, that is why they started 0-5.
That’s on everyone, not just Lebron.
Hey, I was frustrated at some of his hero ball shots at the end.
But, I know he was trying and not 100% today.


Nope, just not a LBJ dick rider.

What part of amazing for his age did you not understand?

He will still win some games... he's still better than over 90% of the players... he just is showing his age... and it's not just this game.

He's now among the mortals where he used to be above everyone.

If that's a hater... then sure I'm a hater.


Fair points, but your comment is a little contradictory. You say he's still better than 90% of the players, but he's no longer dominant and showing his age? If by closer to the end you mean years remaining versus how many he's already played, you are absolutely correct. But if he is indeed still better than 90% of the players (I say it's more like better than 75-80 percent), that says he's still pretty dominant.


He used to take garbage teams to the final.

Right now he struggles to win with AD, Lonnie and Russ all playing well.

He's great for his age... he will win us some games... but you can't count on him carrying a team anymore.


It’s really unfortunate we got Lebron in his last few years in the league. It’s almost surreal to see how much he looks mortal now. He’s been a destroyer of worlds for so long its just so weird to see him in this declined state.

Oh well. Just keep pushing forward lakers and we’ll see what happens



We are 7 games in. Huge difference from Start of the season Lebron compared to Mid Season Lebron. An if we can get there Playoffs Lebron.

Sure he’s in Year 20 but I’m not buying into that he’s Washed quite yet.


An since Bilbjh doing his normal troll job let me remind you:

2020 Championship be thankful!

In the bubble rims where 10 feet tall and the courts where 94 feet long.
Earned Not Given!!!

Brandon Ingram injured with concussion protocols

Lonzo might have degenerative knee injuries

Julius is miserable making mega max money in New York

Zubac is stuck losing with the clippers and Kawhi injured

Jclark rotting in Utah

DLo rotting in Minnesota

AD 20 points, 16 rebounds, 4 blocks tonight >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 02, 2022 9:52 pm    Post subject:

Lakers rise up to 13th place, baby!!!
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 02, 2022 9:53 pm    Post subject:

KingKobe20 wrote:
Brawn13 wrote:
BILBJH wrote:
cirehawk wrote:
BILBJH wrote:
anth2000 wrote:
BILBJH wrote:
anth2000 wrote:
BILBJH wrote:
Polarbear wrote:
Those crapping all over LeBron it’s obvious that he wasn’t 100% tonight


He's doing amazing for his age.

He's just not a dominant player any more.

I mean if CJ can block him... it's getting closer to the end.


You’re totally wrong.
He can dominate anytime he wants.
He’s sick and has a really sore ankle.
Can still play-make, score and block shot.
He’s not 100% and he’s not 25 but he’s not washed.


I see, so he's been letting teams win those first five games.


I am not going to argue with you. Lebron hater, I get it.
First 5 games, some were close, offense struggled but defense was good.
Lebron was putting up 25.2 points a game during that time.
Lakers offense has struggled, that is why they started 0-5.
That’s on everyone, not just Lebron.
Hey, I was frustrated at some of his hero ball shots at the end.
But, I know he was trying and not 100% today.


Nope, just not a LBJ dick rider.

What part of amazing for his age did you not understand?

He will still win some games... he's still better than over 90% of the players... he just is showing his age... and it's not just this game.

He's now among the mortals where he used to be above everyone.

If that's a hater... then sure I'm a hater.


Fair points, but your comment is a little contradictory. You say he's still better than 90% of the players, but he's no longer dominant and showing his age? If by closer to the end you mean years remaining versus how many he's already played, you are absolutely correct. But if he is indeed still better than 90% of the players (I say it's more like better than 75-80 percent), that says he's still pretty dominant.


He used to take garbage teams to the final.

Right now he struggles to win with AD, Lonnie and Russ all playing well.

He's great for his age... he will win us some games... but you can't count on him carrying a team anymore.


It’s really unfortunate we got Lebron in his last few years in the league. It’s almost surreal to see how much he looks mortal now. He’s been a destroyer of worlds for so long its just so weird to see him in this declined state.

Oh well. Just keep pushing forward lakers and we’ll see what happens



We are 7 games in. Huge difference from Start of the season Lebron compared to Mid Season Lebron. An if we can get there Playoffs Lebron.

Sure he’s in Year 20 but I’m not buying into that he’s Washed quite yet.


An since Bilbjh doing his normal troll job let me remind you:

2020 Championship be thankful!

In the bubble rims where 10 feet tall and the courts where 94 feet long.
Earned Not Given!!!

Brandon Ingram injured with concussion protocols

Lonzo might have degenerative knee injuries

Julius is miserable making mega max money in New York

Zubac is stuck losing with the clippers and Kawhi injured

Jclark rotting in Utah

DLo rotting in Minnesota

AD 20 points, 16 rebounds, 4 blocks tonight >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>



Hey, I'm just chilling enjoying Lonnie and Matt and looking forward to our pick next year.
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 02, 2022 9:54 pm    Post subject:

Entertaining game to watch. And a win. I’ll take it.
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 02, 2022 9:56 pm    Post subject:

Just a reminder…Pels beat the Mavs without Ingram AND Zion. This was a good win. Still lots of work to do and hopefully our offense rounds into form
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 02, 2022 9:57 pm    Post subject:

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Go Lakers, but if I had to put my money on it. I’m going with the Pelicans. I’m more worried for AD coming out of this healthy if anything. One bump from Zion or Valenchunas and AD will be grabbing his back in pain. Those guys are physical. I would give us a 35% chance to win if BI played, but since he won’t. I’ll say 50%.


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 02, 2022 9:58 pm    Post subject:

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Just a reminder…Pels beat the Mavs without Ingram AND Zion. This was a good win. Still lots of work to do and hopefully our offense rounds into form

And blow out the clippers without BI 3 days ago in the same arena
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Just a reminder…Pels beat the Mavs without Ingram AND Zion. This was a good win. Still lots of work to do and hopefully our offense rounds into form


Yeah this same Peli’s squad just waxed the Clippers a couple nights ago.

Zion went off too
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KingKobe20 wrote:
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TMG wrote:
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Pat Bev not worth it...0-3 with 4 rebounds and 3 assists then with 2 turnovers tho he did have a steal...his replacement would not have had to lock up CJ if he didn't make 2 turnovers or could make a shot.

Lack up production of Bev outweighs his defense by a mile...zero points from a starter? In 27+ minutes? with 2 turnovers? Low assists and rebounds? Get him outta here.


Dont agree at all. Bev was great for us down the stretch. He was fantastic on defense and got huge rebounds on offense down the stretch. Also got a steal.

CJ was literally getting wherever he wanted in the 4Q until Bev was put on him.

Last season wasn't that long ago where we had absolutely zero perimeter defending getting cooked by everyone.

Bev is one of the most important players on our team.

Begs the question - who is more important to the team? Russ or Bev?

One of them needs to get traded if we want to make the team better, really


At this super early stage of the season we still gotta ride with them both.

I’m certain Bev will start hitting shots. Unlike Kendrick Nunn , when Pat ain’t scoring he doesn’t lack effort everywhere else.

Russ finally got his swagger back and if he keeps this up he’ll be gunning for that 6th man of year award!

Oh I agree, both have their positives. Just not quiiiiite sure I see a capable contender yet

Our backup wing and big depth is still an issue of sorts. Now this could change with Bryant coming back and Wenyen getting back a bit of a jumper. Definitely need to give the current squad a good sample size, but there’s a bit to play out
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 02, 2022 10:04 pm    Post subject:

Should we start considering the Pelicans as a contender?
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 02, 2022 10:05 pm    Post subject:

Bron just said Zion’s strength is like Barkley and Shaq. Huge compliment coming from LEworkout James.


Hopefully Zion don’t eat to many Shaq Papa John Pizzas and Sir Charles Krispy Kreme’s glazed doughnuts. Or since he’s in New Orleans hopefully not too many visits to Cafe Du Monde for their famous Beignets 🔥🔥🔥
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Should we start considering the Pelicans as a contender?


Did you watch the Pelicans last playoffs versus the Suns?

Besides Jonas everyone young as hell there only going to keep rising
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 02, 2022 10:09 pm    Post subject:

Great win, Lakers! Way to tough it out! Love that even when the odds were against us, they didn't give up! Definitely wouldn't have (and didn't) see this kind of fight, last season.

As far as Pat Bev goes, I'm also of the opinion that him being an absolute offensive void, works against his defensive gains. Max Christie has the same ability to stay in front of his man on the perimeter, as Pat Bev, and he has size/length. The only thing Bev has over Christie is vet experience. Or, maybe even give Nunn a chance to redeem himself, by taking Bev's minutes.

But, we're winning, so if Hamm stays pat, I can't be mad. Just my own musings...LAKERS!!!
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KingKobe20 wrote:
Bron just said Zion’s strength is like Barkley and Shaq. Huge compliment coming from LEworkout James.


Hopefully Zion don’t eat too many Shaq Papa John Pizzas and Sir Charles Krispy Kreme’s glazed doughnuts. Or since he’s in New Orleans hopefully not too many visits to Cafe Du Monde for their famous Beignets 🔥🔥🔥

Did he played against Barkley? I don’t think so.
Lebron is still a freak, I don’t think Zion backed him down with any success.
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 02, 2022 10:25 pm    Post subject:

Winning streak!

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 02, 2022 10:26 pm    Post subject:

Why did Alvarado play only 18 minutes? And why did he sit out the end of regulation and overtime altogether? Not that I'm complaining but he was their most impactful guy tonight
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