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Clippers Need a Little Fairness and Impartiality

A lot of the talk that has been circulating since Wednesday’s Clippers’ loss to the officials, uh, excuse me, to the Rockets, has been about what really was responsible for the Rockets’ win. Did Houston just outplay the Clippers? Did … Continue reading

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Clippers Need to Want to Win This One

Following the Clippers’ amazing win Monday in Houston, local commentators have been saying that the Clippers are satisfied to have won the opener on the road and that tonight’s game really doesn’t matter, that losing does not hurt them, after … Continue reading

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The Clippers: REAL Basketball Players and Not Pretenders?

NBA playoff time is when real basketball players show how great they are, and the pretenders quickly fall by the wayside. Some young, talented players may provide less than overwhelming performances, but if they are as good as advertised, they … Continue reading

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The Millionaire Vacationer Set to Return to the Lakers’ Lineup

Fresh from a lovely week of sun and surf and skiing and sightseeing, the Lakers’ 23-million-dollar-a-year-man, it is rumored, has concluded his early-season vacation, and will make an appearance in uniform tonight, and could rack up some NBA game minutes. … Continue reading

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After Falling to Wounded Wolves, Lakers Face DeRozan-less Raptors

After their stunning upset of the Deee-Wight Howard-less Houston Rockets, the Lakers have fallen back to reality, losing four straight games since, including Friday’s one-point loss to the undermanned, wounded T’ Wolves, who are without their three best players. Nevertheless, … Continue reading

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The Lakers’ Win Over Houston Was Meaningless

All you fans now on the “streaking” LA Lakers’ bandwagon, not so fast! I never thought they would beat Houston on Wednesday night, but then again, no one knew until game time that the laughing man, Deee-Wignt Howard, would run … Continue reading

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Lakers’ One-Game Win Streak Ends Tonight in Houston

The Lakers doubled their season’s win total last night, beating the Hawks by a solid five points. For Atlanta, that represented an improvement of 28 points over their last game, a 127-94 loss to Cleveland. No one will ever confuse … Continue reading

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“Dangerous” Lakers Make It Close, Hope For the Same Tonight

Amazingly, the LA Lakers kept last night’s game against the cross-court rival LA Clippers much closer than expected, and in the final 30 seconds, were within a point of a tie. But, despite the late heroics of Jeremy Lin, who … Continue reading

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Lakers-Houston Post-Mortem: Lakers Far Worse Than Even I Thought

Pathetic, is all that I can say. Despite my opinion that the 2014-2015 Lakers are a bad team that will struggle to exceed last season’s 27-55 record, I thought that they would come out strong in their opener against Houston, … Continue reading

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