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Los Angeles Lakers
Legitimate Accident, Sketchy Trick Or Clever Gambit? Jason Kidd’s ‘Spilled Drink’ Brings Shame Regardless
Any way you look at this, it’s just embarrassing. And then the Nets lost anyway. Video after the jump.
The Lakers beat the Rockets last night thanks to a last-second three pointer from
Kobe Bryant, nope, wait, Steve Blake? Oh, okay. Anyway, the upset — if you can call it that — happened thanks in part to the Lakers employing the “Hack-A-Howard” strategy, a tactic that Lakers coach Mike D’Antoni has said he “hates.” Well, he didn’t hate it enough to not use it, and use it well, last night against his former center.
Welcome to “Pretty Much Screwed,” our definitive guide to the upcoming NBA season. This team-by-team preview details why it’s probably not your favorite team’s year. That’s why we’re finally looking at the Lakers, who are probably your favorite team, will suck this year, and are screwed going forward because LeBron and Carmelo aren’t coming to the rescue.
Ok, so we’re not going to be very good this year because we lost what was austensibly a superstar in free agency, so what can we do to counteract that? I’ve got it! Black jerseys! (You’ve got to see this promo video)
Come on, guys. You know when someone is being insensitive and when something just doesn’t come out right.
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TMZ posts a video of Vanessa Bryant and La La Anthony having dinner. Then LeBron tells Chris Broussard he has no idea what he’s going to do in free agency. Melo still doesn’t have a ring. Kobe has no help. All the varibles are there for a juicy big-three rumor. Yet, not. Don’t believe the hype. It’s B.S. Four reasons after the jump, you guys…
Our guess at the translation: “It was very interesting to see the American basketball star from the Lakers. But I am an adult with a job at a tech company, and therefore I try to keep things like this in perspective.”