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    they booed fish. He only left there because he wanted better healthcare for his daughter. Los angeles obviouslly will have better facilities than utah. Its like ok Utah sorry i worry about my family......Jerks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ASUcruz View Post
    Why because they root for their team? Jazz fans don't bother me, they're doing what their supposed to do. Did they hurt Kobe's feelings or something?

    Yes ASU, you are correct. Booing Fish has nothing to do with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 33isgod View Post
    Yes ASU, you are correct. Booing Fish has nothing to do with it.
    I didn't watch the game. That's why I thought it had something to do with your man love for Kobe.
    Last edited by ASUcruz; December 2nd, 2007 at 11:54 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ASUcruz View Post
    I didn't watch the game. That's why I thought it had something to do with your man love for Kobe.
    Everyone's gotta have a man crush somewhere in their lives. Mine just happens to be the Mamba, Steve Smith and Jack Bauer.

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    Trevor Ariza looked pretty ****ing awesome tonight. Hopefully he'll become a regular part of Phil's rotation - the man has talent on both ends of the court.

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    I was thinking the same thing about Ariza, but i would wait to see if he can do it against a team other than Minnesota. Ariza was not known for his offensive game but his defense sure looked outstanding.

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    Great back to back win for the Lakers. Gotta keep this up. We've lost some pretty dumb games that we should have won. Sure, we're 11-8. But I was hoping for 15-4. Oh well
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    Great win last night. Allen Iverson's monster night just wasn't enough. I'm really liking this team basketball thing the Lakers have been doing. It's a lot more fun to watch than Kobe jacking up jumper after jumper while being triple teamed.

    Also, Kobe is the best clutch player in the game.

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    Agreed. And even the people in Denver was quick to praise Kobe as a demi-god.

    http://www.denverpost.com/nuggets/ci_7646944


    On a night when Allen Iverson produced 51 points, making knees buckle and jaws drop, he had the answer for everything except Kobe Bryant.

    A.I. scored a ton. But Bryant won.

    Anybody could see the Los Angeles Lakers beat the Nuggets 111-107 Wednesday night.

    But what was revealed is that not all Hall of Fame players are created equal.

    There is great, which Iverson will be, forever and always.

    And there is transcendent, which makes Bryant a basketball god on the order of Magic, Oscar and Wilt.
    In the NBA, there can be only one king.

    You can have LeBron James or Kevin Garnett.

    Before the game, Nuggets coach George Karl testified that Bryant is one of the top three basketball talents in the history of basketball.

    On a night when Iverson scored 51, we saw proof that Kobe is the king.

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    Great game tonight by Bynum - 20 points, 11 boards, and 5 blocks. Can't wait to see him in his prime.

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