Chris Bosh on the 2012-2013 season.

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    I wish this were true, but I don't see my lakers getting out of the second round. We have a clown at center and a clown for head coach.
     
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    I wish this were true, but I don't see my lakers getting out of the second round. We have a clown at center and a clown for head coach.
    Posted by RicoLakerfan


    I have to agree as a Laker fan,  we are vastly overrated.
     
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    Re: Chris Bosh on the 2012-2013 season.

    Yes but look how KG punks Howard.


     
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    It's funny how he doesn't even mention the Celtics as a roadblock to the Lakers. He dismisses them like you would a cockroach.

     
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    Re: Chris Bosh on the 2012-2013 season.

    big 4,

    1. Can NASH STAY HEALTHY THATS A ????????????. Hes 39...and has HUGE INJURY HISTORY..
    2. kome...isnt 19 like you think..hes mid 30's
    3. RON...nuff said hes ready for a big suspension..
    4. gasol...soft
    5..DWIGHT..hes going to miss part of the season..because of being injured...going to la...wont make HIS BACK ISSUES GO AWAY
    6. jameson....injury prone
    7. EBANKS..ahahhahhahaahhahahahahhahahahahhahahha really!!!
     
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    big 4, 1. Can NASH STAY HEALTHY THATS A ????????????. Hes 39...and has HUGE INJURY HISTORY.. 2. kome...isnt 19 like you think..hes mid 30's 3. RON...nuff said hes ready for a big suspension.. 4. gasol...soft 5..DWIGHT..hes going to miss part of the season..because of being injured...going to la...wont make HIS BACK ISSUES GO AWAY 6. jameson....injury prone 7. EBANKS..ahahhahhahaahhahahahahhahahahahhahahha really!!!
    Posted by DoctorCO



    Lets talk about this.

    1. Can NASH STAY HEALTHY THATS A ????????????. Hes 39...and has HUGE INJURY HISTORY..

    Lets examine steve Nash's injury history, and for this situation, lets make the comparison with your guy, Rajon Rondo. We can look back 5 years and compare, and lets see what we find. Rajon Rondo started and played in 77, 80, 81, 68, and 53 games last year. Steve Nash played in and started 81, 74, 81, 75, and 62 last year. Rondo started and played in 359 games over that period, and Steve Nash played in 373 over that same time period. I think you might want to reconsider the injury history thing.

    2. kome...isnt 19 like you think..hes mid 30's 3.

    Of course he is not 19, but he is still an elite player, still one of the best at his position, and will be able to let Nash run the offense. You all are just kidding yourself if he isn't just licking his chops to be able to play without the ball. And this year, unlike last, he actually has someone to play behind him in Meeks, who replaces Kapono. His usage rate will be able to be taken down, and he will have more energy to expend on defense. The series of events that have occured in Lakers land this offseason is going to be good for Kobe.

    3. RON...nuff said hes ready for a big suspension..

    Ron got better toward the end of the season last year, got healthy, and was pretty good playing his role as a defensive specialist. Ron is going to be wide open a lot in the offense, so he will probably shoot better. As far as the Celtics are concerned, Ron will effect Pierces game. 

    4. gasol...soft 

    You are ridiculous with that Garbage. I suppose you would rather the undersized, no rebounding Bass instead? Gasol is an elite low post player, and and excellent interior passing big man, who rebounds in double digits, a problem every team in the league would love to have. And just for good measure, he is a true 7 footer who can play center in the league better than most, and will lead this second unit when Howard goes to the bench. Not your run of the mill back up center, another problem every team in the NBA would love to have.

    5..DWIGHT..hes going to miss part of the season..because of being injured...going to la...wont make HIS BACK ISSUES GO AWAY

    No one knows for sure when he will make his appearance this season. But Dwight is right on schedule to make it back on time, as he has resumed running and working out. The head of Orthopedic Surgery at Cedars Sinai, who has intimate knowledge of this surgery sure seems to think he will make it back to start the season. But I know, the mediats are speculating something else. Dwight is going to be back to full strength when he does come back. This is the medical professional's prognisis, the expected outcome. There will not be ongoing issues, Dwight will be Dwight, per the doctors. The Lakers aren't stupid.

    6. jameson....injury prone 7. 

    He is a bench player, and the Lakers also have a real nice big off the bench in Jordan Hill, who rebounds reeal nice, and plays good defense. The Lakers front court is kind of loaded.

    EBANKS..ahahhahhahaahhahahahahhahahahahhahahha really!!!

    Probably not the Lakers best bench position, but an athletic player who can play defense, and get out and run. No team is going to be awesome at every place on the roster. But with the addition of Jodie Meeks, Jamison, and resigning Jordan Hill, this years bench is miles ahead of last years catastrophe. 
     
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    " Bosh is probably echoing the sentiments of most players in the NBA which must be a scary situation for every other team. Props to Bosh for putting it out there and not hiding from what is a potentially dominating team."

    It's called underdog psychology oh clueless one. It's not easy to repeat as champions, and come in as the heavy favorite. 

    The Heat are only to happy to hand the "annointed favorites" mantle over to LA and they get to play the role of the underdog instead. Bosh is smart to play up the Lakers, hopefully the Laker players are equally arrogant about their chances and get their spirits crushed when they realize they are not as good as they look and that it's tough playing OKC and Miami when Lebron and Durant are the two best players in the league. Then the chances of self-destructive incidents will increase also:

     
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    In Response to Re: Chris Bosh on the 2012-2013 season. : Lets talk about this. 1. Can NASH STAY HEALTHY THATS A ????????????. Hes 39...and has HUGE INJURY HISTORY.. Lets examine steve Nash's injury history, and for this situation, lets make the comparison with your guy, Rajon Rondo. We can look back 5 years and compare, and lets see what we find. Rajon Rondo started and played in 77, 80, 81, 68, and 53 games last year. Steve Nash played in and started 81, 74, 81, 75, and 62 last year. Rondo started and played in 359 games over that period, and Steve Nash played in 373 over that same time period. I think you might want to reconsider the injury history thing. 2. kome...isnt 19 like you think..hes mid 30's 3. Of course he is not 19, but he is still an elite player, still one of the best at his position, and will be able to let Nash run the offense. You all are just kidding yourself if he isn't just licking his chops to be able to play without the ball.  
    Posted by shonasty


    hahahahah-  I nearly busted a gut reading that part.
     
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    Shonasty what color are the sky's in your world? 1. Nash is a 39-year old player with a bad back! 2. Kobe has a bone on bone issue in his right knee and appears to have lost a step (unless playing against school kids in China)! 3. Artest was playing good last season? REALLY!!! Was that before or after he attempted to tear another players head off during a game? 4. Gasol a dominant inside player? I think Perkins and Ibaka would dis-agree! 5. Lastly this from DH's doctor "The fourth and last point was something that some Laker fans may not want to hear. Dr. Klapper stated that any surgery, not just the one that Howard had done, will cause the patient to have a full year of recovery time until they feel fully normal again."
     
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    The Big4, is it me or is DH wincing in that picture! Back trouble already? Poor guy! I am certain all the Magic fans that he abandoned feel really bad for him! What's the word......hmmm. Oh Yea! Karma!!
     
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    In Response to Re: Chris Bosh on the 2012-2013 season. : Dr. Klapper stated that Howard should be back in All-Star form once the season begins October 30th . Dr.Klapper has held this stance for awhile now and will not move away from it one bit. The reason Dr. Klapper holds this, not popular, opinion is that the surgery, rehab, and recovery time are all pretty forthright. Dwight’s surgery occurred on April 20th, 2012, recovery time for said surgery is four months, which would put the date at which Dwight could begin working out again at August 20th, 2012, just a few days ago. And, if I recall correctly, just a few days ago pictures started to surface of Howard working out at UCLA . http://www.rantsports.com/blog/2012/08/24/nba-rumors-dwight-howard-will-be-ready-for-the-los-angeles-lakers-season-opener/
    Posted by TommyRules



    THIS guy?
    http://sports.espn.go.com/los-angeles/radio/show?showId=espnlashows

    THIS guy?
    Dr. Klapper is a leader in hip arthroscopy, a "keyhole" minimally invasive surgical technique. Currently, Dr. Klapper holds nine patents on the angled telescope and specially designed instruments used in the procedure.

    http://www.cedars-sinai.edu/Bios---Physician/H-O/Robert-C-Klapper-MD.aspx
     
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    In Response to Re: Chris Bosh on the 2012-2013 season. : THIS guy? http://sports.espn.go.com/los-angeles/radio/show?showId=espnlashows THIS guy? Dr. Klapper is a leader in hip arthroscopy , a "keyhole" minimally invasive surgical technique. Currently, Dr. Klapper holds nine patents on the angled telescope and specially designed instruments used in the procedure. http://www.cedars-sinai.edu/Bios---Physician/H-O/Robert-C-Klapper-MD.aspx
    Posted by hedleylamarr


    OMG  don't tell me Dwight has hip problems as well.  Uggg
     
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    In Response to Re: Chris Bosh on the 2012-2013 season. : You just shut someone completely down with your facts.  Us Celtic fans like to make our predicitions on the way the feel instead of reality.  A prime example of this is how most Celtic fans on this board stated that Dwight Howard would never be a Laker even though anyone with common sense could see it coming from a mile away. We all know what happened. Ugh!!!
    Posted by GoGREEN!


    Respect for knowing the inevitable would happen and having the guts to confront your worst fear, the Lakers got Superman.
     
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    In Response to Re: Chris Bosh on the 2012-2013 season. : Respect for knowing the inevitable would happen and having the guts to confront your worst fear, the Lakers got Superman.
    Posted by The Big4


    Yes we got quite a team,  Superman, Old Man, Llama, and BallHog and
     
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    Revealing that the likes of Durant, Bosh, Billips acknowledge that the 2012-13 Lakers are beastly. I've yet to hear the same sort of thing about Boston, oops no I've heard it mentioned from Boston fans only.

    Laughing
     
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    Revealing that the likes of Durant, Bosh, Billips acknowledge that the 2012-13 Lakers are beastly. I've yet to hear the same sort of thing about Boston, oops no I've heard it mentioned from Boston fans only.

    Laughing



    I love the Celtics, and we did get deeper this offseason, but that is it. No major upgrade in talent which will do us in against other more talented teams such as Miami, OKC, and of course, the Lakers. We obtained mediocre players that will give our starters a little more rest if Doc uses his head. The Lakers made major upgrades and therefore are projected to make it back to the Finals according to the majority of NBA experts at ESPN and other superstars of the league, as you have already mentioned.

    Ugh!!
     
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