As expected, the Lakers punched Coach Pop in his Pocked Up Grill!!!!!!!

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    Go Thunder!!

     
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    In response to CelticRickyPitino's comment:

    The Knicks will bring a broom and the Celtics will bring a wheelchair to the playoffs.

    How will "the new James Worthy" do against NY?

    LOL

     



    The Cs no longer have a wheelchair chair, they loaned it to Kobe! 

     
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    Re: As expected, the Lakers punched Coach Pop in his Pocked Up Grill!!!!!!!

    In response to CelticRickyPitino's comment:

    The Knicks will bring a broom and the Celtics will bring a wheelchair to the playoffs.

    How will "the new James Worthy" do against NY?

    LOL

     




    I don't know, they haven't played any games yet.  They may get swept, sure.  They may win the series also....................

    And I think it was Fierce who compared Green and Worthy...........I don't think Green is nearly as good as Worthy was..............

     

     
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    Blocked again...............that was a short one........

    Don't know why the lakers would be happy to be playing the Thunder.......

     
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    Re: As expected, the Lakers punched Coach Pop in his Pocked Up Grill!!!!!!!

    As expected? You agre the Lakers are better without Kobe? ROTFLMAO!!!!

     
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    Re: As expected, the Lakers punched Coach Pop in his Pocked Up Grill!!!!!!!

    Jeff Green is Jeff Green. Certainly is no James Worthy. Don't see the need to put undue pressure on players by needlessly comparing them to the greats of the game.

    Green has improved, but some inconsistency there. He ought to have been starting for the whole season. Even if he was out of position at PF. 

     
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    Re: As expected, the Lakers punched Coach Pop in his Pocked Up Grill!!!!!!!

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    Blocked again...............that was a short one........

    Don't know why the lakers would be happy to be playing the Thunder.......

     




    I guess your math skills have deteriorated lately?  Who said anything about playing the Thunder?  Let me lay it out for you in case you missed it, IF the Lakers beat Houston they will be the 7th seed.  Thanks for playing! 

     

     
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    Don't really care, fbomb - but yesterday's LA Times:

    The Lakers (44-37) have one game remaining on their schedule, yet they could finish in four different spots in the Western Conference standings.

    With a win Wednesday against the Houston Rockets (45-35) at Staples Center, the Lakers guarantee themselves at least a playoff spot, with the worst position being the eighth seed — a probable matchup against the Oklahoma City Thunder (59-21).

    The Utah Jazz (42-38) are in ninth place with two to play. If they lose at Minnesota on Monday or at Memphis on Wednesday, the Lakers clinch a playoff berth. If the Lakers lose to the Rockets and the Jazz win both, the Lakers drop to ninth and start their vacation on Thursday.

    If the Lakers lose and the Jazz lose, the Lakers are locked in at eight.

    The Lakers still have a slight window to catch both the Golden State Warriors and Rockets.

    The Warriors (45-35) host the San Antonio Spurs (58-22) on Monday followed by a visit to the Portland Trail Blazers (33-47) on Wednesday. The Spurs have announced that they will sit Tony Parker, Tim Duncan, Kawhi Leonard and Manu Ginobili to rest up for the postseason. The Blazers have lost 11 straight games.

    In the unlikely event that the Warriors lose both, the Lakers would catch Golden State by virtue of the head-to-head tiebreaker.

    The Rockets visit the Phoenix Suns (24-56) on Monday before their trip to Staples Center on Wednesday.  Assuming the Lakers close out the year with a win, and if Houston falls to Phoenix, the Lakers would catch the Rockets in the standings by conference tiebreaker.

    Phoenix has won just one game in its last 10 tries, suggesting a Houston loss is a long shot, but the game still needs to be played.

    In the event of a three-way tie, the Golden State Warriors would drop to eight with the worst record against the Lakers and Rockets. 

    The decider for six and seven would be conference record, where the Lakers would hold a four-game advantage over the Rockets.

    The most likely outcomes have the Lakers finishing eighth or ninth. Six or seven are remote possibilities.

    Climbing to seven would probably pit the Lakers against the Spurs, a more favorable matchup in the first round than the younger, healthier, more athletic Thunder.

     

    Note the bold....................I could care less about your "math skills", I know how to read!!

     
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    Re: As expected, the Lakers punched Coach Pop in his Pocked Up Grill!!!!!!!

    In response to hedleylamarr's comment:

    Don't really care, fbomb - but yesterday's LA Times:

    The Lakers (44-37) have one game remaining on their schedule, yet they could finish in four different spots in the Western Conference standings.

    With a win Wednesday against the Houston Rockets (45-35) at Staples Center, the Lakers guarantee themselves at least a playoff spot, with the worst position being the eighth seed — a probable matchup against the Oklahoma City Thunder (59-21).

    The Utah Jazz (42-38) are in ninth place with two to play. If they lose at Minnesota on Monday or at Memphis on Wednesday, the Lakers clinch a playoff berth. If the Lakers lose to the Rockets and the Jazz win both, the Lakers drop to ninth and start their vacation on Thursday.

    If the Lakers lose and the Jazz lose, the Lakers are locked in at eight.

    The Lakers still have a slight window to catch both the Golden State Warriors and Rockets.

    The Warriors (45-35) host the San Antonio Spurs (58-22) on Monday followed by a visit to the Portland Trail Blazers (33-47) on Wednesday. The Spurs have announced that they will sit Tony Parker, Tim Duncan, Kawhi Leonard and Manu Ginobili to rest up for the postseason. The Blazers have lost 11 straight games.

    In the unlikely event that the Warriors lose both, the Lakers would catch Golden State by virtue of the head-to-head tiebreaker.

    The Rockets visit the Phoenix Suns (24-56) on Monday before their trip to Staples Center on Wednesday.  Assuming the Lakers close out the year with a win, and if Houston falls to Phoenix, the Lakers would catch the Rockets in the standings by conference tiebreaker.

    Phoenix has won just one game in its last 10 tries, suggesting a Houston loss is a long shot, but the game still needs to be played.

    In the event of a three-way tie, the Golden State Warriors would drop to eight with the worst record against the Lakers and Rockets. 

    The decider for six and seven would be conference record, where the Lakers would hold a four-game advantage over the Rockets.

    The most likely outcomes have the Lakers finishing eighth or ninth. Six or seven are remote possibilities.

    Climbing to seven would probably pit the Lakers against the Spurs, a more favorable matchup in the first round than the younger, healthier, more athletic Thunder.

     

    Note the bold....................I could care less about your "math skills", I know how to read!!



    Pleassse, spare us the drama!  Most of your comments along with other well known naysayers in this forum have been penciling in the Lakers as lottery players for weeks now.  Honesty is the best policy right? 

     
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    Re: As expected, the Lakers punched Coach Pop in his Pocked Up Grill!!!!!!!

    In response to fbombfury's comment:

    In response to hedleylamarr's comment:

     

    Don't really care, fbomb - but yesterday's LA Times:

    The Lakers (44-37) have one game remaining on their schedule, yet they could finish in four different spots in the Western Conference standings.

    With a win Wednesday against the Houston Rockets (45-35) at Staples Center, the Lakers guarantee themselves at least a playoff spot, with the worst position being the eighth seed — a probable matchup against the Oklahoma City Thunder (59-21).

    The Utah Jazz (42-38) are in ninth place with two to play. If they lose at Minnesota on Monday or at Memphis on Wednesday, the Lakers clinch a playoff berth. If the Lakers lose to the Rockets and the Jazz win both, the Lakers drop to ninth and start their vacation on Thursday.

    If the Lakers lose and the Jazz lose, the Lakers are locked in at eight.

    The Lakers still have a slight window to catch both the Golden State Warriors and Rockets.

    The Warriors (45-35) host the San Antonio Spurs (58-22) on Monday followed by a visit to the Portland Trail Blazers (33-47) on Wednesday. The Spurs have announced that they will sit Tony Parker, Tim Duncan, Kawhi Leonard and Manu Ginobili to rest up for the postseason. The Blazers have lost 11 straight games.

    In the unlikely event that the Warriors lose both, the Lakers would catch Golden State by virtue of the head-to-head tiebreaker.

    The Rockets visit the Phoenix Suns (24-56) on Monday before their trip to Staples Center on Wednesday.  Assuming the Lakers close out the year with a win, and if Houston falls to Phoenix, the Lakers would catch the Rockets in the standings by conference tiebreaker.

    Phoenix has won just one game in its last 10 tries, suggesting a Houston loss is a long shot, but the game still needs to be played.

    In the event of a three-way tie, the Golden State Warriors would drop to eight with the worst record against the Lakers and Rockets. 

    The decider for six and seven would be conference record, where the Lakers would hold a four-game advantage over the Rockets.

    The most likely outcomes have the Lakers finishing eighth or ninth. Six or seven are remote possibilities.

    Climbing to seven would probably pit the Lakers against the Spurs, a more favorable matchup in the first round than the younger, healthier, more athletic Thunder.

     

    Note the bold....................I could care less about your "math skills", I know how to read!!

     



    Pleassse, spare us the drama!  Most of your comments along with other well known naysayers in this forum have been penciling in the Lakers as lottery players for weeks now.  Honesty is the best policy right? 

     




     

    Really?  I have said all along they will probably make it.  Just yesterday I wrote they were better than the Jazz.

    Yes, honesty is the best policy..........................don't confuse me with other people.

    WANTING them to miss the playoffs and thinking they will are 2 different things.

    I think they will get in..............hope that's clear enough for you, son!!

     
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