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Boston’s TD Garden had a total case of the weirds Thursday night as the Celtics obliterated the Pau-less Lakers, 116-95. The Celtics continue to surge without Rajon Rondo, the Lakers revert to the terrible team we’ve known them to be this season, and we spotted one very confused fan.
That Inevitable Clash Of Personality Between Kobe And Dwight Howard Is Here. How Will The Lakers Respond? (UPDATE)
Everyone’s seen this coming from the moment the Lakers traded for Dwight Howard. It was the prevailing thought in that Adrian Wojnarowski column about how the clown act needs to end: Kobe and Dwight Howard are not wired the same way, and Kobe’s not going to put up with any Dwight-related crap. A clash is inevitable. And sure enough, the two are now openly disagreeing in public over Howard’s recent injuries. What happens next? We’re about to find out.
What Happened Last Night: Everything Is Crashing And Burning In Los Angeles (Again), Miami Crushes Brooklyn (Again)
There were sports on TV last night. There are sports on TV most nights. Every night, in fact, except that one weird day during the summer over the All-Star Break when there’s no baseball. So, in case you were out being a person, we’ll let you know what happened.
The Lakers are a half game closer to the cellar of the Western Conference than they are to the playoffs. Their losing streaks since the beginning of the season include three in a row, nine of 11, 10 of 13, 14 of 22 and 16 of 25. They lost fairly big to the Grizzlies Wednesday night, 106-93. They are 17-25 and not heading in the right direction. Not much is going right for the Lakers, to the point where coach Mike D’Antoni felt compelled to hold an airing of the grievances before the game against Memphis. Clearly it didn’t amount to much.
Despite Kobe Bryant nailing difficult shot after difficult shot to keep the Lakers in the game in the 4th quarter, LeBron James down the stretch proved too much for Los Angeles to handle as Miami pulled out the 109-100 victory. Dwight Howard and his free throw shooting didn’t help matters either – he bricked two free throws with just under two minutes remaining in the game and Miami leading by two.
What Happened Last Night: The Pats Beat The Texans (Again), And The Lakers Played Like The Lakers We Expected
Hell of a busy Sunday in the sports world, so how about I do us all a favor and not waste much time on the intro? Cool? Cool. It’s all after the jump.
Mike D’Antoni has been the head coach of the Los Angeles Lakers for 60 days, and in that time he has led the purple and gold to a record of 14-16 – better than Mike Brown’s 1-4! Too bad that still leaves the Lakers 4.5 games out of the final playoff spot, playing without an injured Pau Gasol and Dwight Howard. Last night, Los Angeles lost their 5th game in a row to the San Antonio Spurs.
The Lakers fell to 15-18 last night with a 112-105 home loss to the Nuggets. Oh, and they also hate each other. A locker room tiff, after the jump.
The Denver Nuggets defeated the Los Angeles Lakers 112-105 last night in a moderately thrilling game. But the game itself wasn’t particularly smooth, each team hiccuping its way to the finish line. There was just a whole lot of dumb, really. Many videos of dumb, after the jump.