Crappiness Will Continue

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    In response to dirty52's comment:

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    Mike D'Antoni will remain coach

    http://espn.go.com/los-angeles/nba/story/_/id/9185291/mike-dantoni-return-los-angeles-lakers-coach-next-season-gm-mitch-kupchak-says

     

    HAHAHA

     

    Whoever thinks D'Antoni is doing a great job is as incompetent as Jimmy.

    Mr. Pringles allowed Kobe to play 41 or more minutes in 7 straight games. On the 7th game, Kobe tore his achilles tendon. That's great coaching?

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

     



    The best part? The airheads at ESPN floated the idea of "coach of the year"for D'antoni for getting his team to the playoffs. WHAT A JOKE!

     

     

     


    It is obvious that ESPN has great admiration for the Lakers for some reason.   I am not really surprised that they would say this about D'Antoni.  The Lakers would be a much better team with a different/better coach.  What did he do to even be mentioned as coach of the year? 

     

     




     

    Who know how things would have turned out  if D'Antoni was able to have a full training camp and everyone healthy at the beginning of the season.

     



    Yes they probably would have won more games, but same results...

    Running koby into the ground while trying to stay up with OKC...and winning 70+ games..lol

     

     
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    Pau Gasol (two years, $38.3 million): Overpaid only for "It's stupid to pay Pau $19 million a year to play 25 feet from the basket like he's Eryan Ilyasova" reasons. Blame Mike D'Antonio (as my dad calls him); don't blame Gasol. But that's why the Lakers will deal him for an inferior/cheaper player this summer … and then Pau will come back to haunt them. You wait.

    Kobe Bryant (two years, $58.3 million): For the Lannister Lakers, winter is coming in the form of a breathtakingly obscene luxury tax bill. Including Howard's inevitable nine-figure extension this summer, the Lakers could be staring at a tax of between $80 million and $100 million just for next season. The good news: They made $27 kajillion from their Time Warner cable deal. They'll be fine. But if the Lakers simply traded the last year of Kobe's deal for nothing this summer to a team with crazy amounts of cap space — say, Atlanta — they'd save somewhere between $100 million and $120 million. They would never do this for all the reasons you know they would never do this.

    Which brings me back to last week's point: LeBron James is ABSOLUTELY worth $75 million per season. There's your proof.

     
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    wouldn't surprise me at all for the Lakers to upset the Spurs.  The Spurs are struggling and hurting right now and the Lakers are playing the type of basketball they should have been playing all year.  Using their size up front to take advantage.  It took taking a shot a minute Kome to get injured in order to utililize them. If they get to the second round it would be hard to label them a crappy team.

     
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    This picture about sums it up!

     
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    Wait, maybe this one!

    Thanks Mitch!!

     
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    Wait, this pictures sums it up much better!

    Thanks Mitch!!

     
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