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45 replies
  1. Matthew Becerra
    Matthew Becerra says:

    You guys are a bunch of losers if you base games off of stats. Get a fucking life and enjoy the shit. Who cares if they have more losses then wins? They have three of their best players out. I think four since hearing about Farmar again..

  2. doritos003
    doritos003 says:

    Even though Dwight is a switch it up bitch. I still feel that he should've stayed in LA. I feel that he would've had a great season there this year, seeing as how Kobe is out again. He's doing nothing in Houston. James Harden refuses to give him the ball down low lol. At the rate he's playing he's going to want to ask for a trade again. 

  3. SanMiguel97
    SanMiguel97 says:

    I feel like the Lakers would benefit from having a defensive minded and/or athletic center. Having someone who could defend the paint really well + a solid rebounder and blocker in Pau will get the Lakers back on track. Especially since Kendall has been playing well of late and is a pass first player, everyone's gonna get the ball more.


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