Spurs did what to the Lakers? "NO MAS, NO MAS!!!"

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    HAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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    Whats funny is laker broadcasters are happy with the "effort"... so has it really come to this for the dream team lakers???hahaha

     
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    HAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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    Whats funny is laker broadcasters are happy with the "effort"... so has it really come to this for the dream team lakers???hahaha

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    Trolls must be really down over all this.  Gee I wonder when they will get a win to crow about.

     
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    It sad when everyone crowned the lakers when they got Howard now they looking for moral victories.

     
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    Mike Brown tweet: Thanks Mitch!!! 

     
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    Score 105-102, Spurs leading.

    Lakers get the ball back on a turnover by Tony Parker. 

    Then this happened.

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    Even Blog Blop could have made that shot! Hahaha! 

     
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    The good news for the Lakers! They are just 12-good players, a coach and GM, and a new owner away from being right back in it!! 

     
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    Funny the Lakers were high diving after the game because they got close. Kobe fire up two horrible three pt shots at the end instead of passing the ball.

     
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    Funny the Lakers were high diving after the game because they got close. Kobe fire up two horrible three pt shots at the end instead of passing the ball.

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    It was also funny watching DH cutting it up on the sidelines during the pathetic Laker run, or Spurs nap! He did not appear to be injured as he hugged his team mates! 

     
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    Lakers haven't won a game in 2013 yet.

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    Don't make me cry!

     
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    Lakers haven't won a game in 2013 yet.

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    I expect to see Blog Blop and all of his friends, or alias's, on Dr. Phil any day now! 

     
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    One big happy family! 

     

    Kobe Bryant, Dwight Howard nearly fought after Lakers’ New Year’s Day loss, according to report By Dan Devine | Ball Don't Lie – Mon, Jan 7, 2013 11:45 AM E  Email

    According to one report, things nearly got physical between Kobe and Dwight. (AP/Sue Ogrocki)

    So, maybe Kobe Bryant wasn't kidding about that "I'll kick everybody's a*^ in this lockeroom" thing.

    Early Monday morning — following a 112-105 home loss to the Denver Nuggets, the Los Angeles Lakers' second loss to Denver in less than two weeks, their third straight defeat overall and their fourth in five games — Stefan Bondy of the New York Daily News reported that things had nearly gotten physical between a frustrated Bryant and Lakers center Dwight Howard after the Jan. 1 loss to the Philadelphia 76ers that started L.A.'s current skid:

    A league source told the Daily News that the Lakers stars got into a heated exchange following a New Year’s Day loss to the 76ers, and Bryant went for a low blow — referencing and agreeing with Shaquille O’Neal’s criticisms of Howard being soft.

    Howard was restrained from going at his teammate, according to the source, and there have been rumblings from the center’s camp that he’s been unhappy with Bryant since earlier in the season.

    Kobe jokes aside and with all due respect to Bondy, as ProBasketballTalk's Kurt Helin notes, there are some reasons to be skeptical about this.

     
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    Funny the Lakers were high diving after the game because they got close. Kobe fire up two horrible three pt shots at the end instead of passing the ball.

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    It was also funny watching DH cutting it up on the sidelines during the pathetic Laker run, or Spurs nap! He did not appear to be injured as he hugged his team mates! 

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    Yea I noticed that too. Unreal he could be so happy with what's happening. Guess we know where the clown name came from.

     
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