Hey, that's your problem - I can't help that...it has nothing to do with this Lakers team!"Better trivia...who cares?"Who cares? I would say that you should care since you feel your team can start as a 6-8 seed and win a championshipby stealing a game and trhen hjolding HC in every series.
I said 2 years ago that there would never be a court where the Heat couldn't win a road game if given 3-4 chances.
Problem vs Dallas was we lost 2 home games.
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It's Kotter, you %^*#!n !d$!@t! That's the second time you've made that mistake.
...the operative word in your sentence being "apparently"..."Hey, that's your problem - I can't help that...it has nothing to do with this Lakers team!"THAT Heat was apparently much better then THIS Laker team.
nice to know some folks can do that...Yeah I wish Jefe was one of those folks
OH. Sounds like a bunch of hocus pocus. Would Phil have done that? Mike Brown?Phil and Brown run different systems with more of an inside outside game with the Triangle, and Browns' version of the Princeton. Phil doesn't actually like small players.
Call me stupid, but I think Jamison is a streaky and sometimes pretty good shooter. Wouldn't you want to see what he could do when Nash is distributing him the ball in areas where he can get open looks?.... Jordan Hill doesn't bring points, and if you can't stop teams, you need more scorers on the floor at all times.The Lakers actually don't have a scoring problem. It's more a defensive problem and that's where Jamison doesn't fit. That's where Jordan Hill doesn't have a problem. And yes, Jamison can score, but if you compare Jaminson per 36 to Jordan Hill's, Hill pretty much beat Jamison across the board, including scoring at 14.3 to 12.9. Thought Jamison has more 3 pointers, (Hill doesn't have any), Hill is the best on the team with offensive rebounds. He scores a lot on put backs. So, the Lakers don't actually gain offense if Jamison were in the game over Hill. But they do lose defense.