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Blogs of Note
Pau Gasol (via nbaquotes)
Pau is absolutely right. 1000% spot on. In fact, I’d say that Dwight’s not even as talented in the post as Pau or Andrew. In fact, it’s not even close.
Good call Pau. Scratch that. GREAT call, Pau…
…Now on the other end of the floor, that’s a completely different story.
Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, I rest my case.
Kobe Bryant commenting on Bynum’s limited shots.
I thought he had learned by now that selfish play doesn’t equal championships, but I guess he hasn’t.
The Lakers have trust issues? Maybe it’s time they blame their psychiatrists.
No, but seriously, Bynum’s comments aren’t that off. Watching the games, you can see how the Lakers have allowed the Mavs Pick’n’Pop their way to a 2-0 lead. Compounding to L.A.’s struggles is the fact that the next two games and three of the next four games will be played in Dallas. Dallas just has to win two more to eliminate L.A.. Not a reassuring sign for the Lakers.
Then again, if the Lakers could pick anyone of the 29 other teams in the league to be down two games to it would have to be the Dallas Mavericks, a team that’s always been viewed as ‘soft’ ever since their infamous collapse to the Miami Heat in the 2006 NBA Finals.
Kobe Bryant on potential (yet improbable) Bynum for Carmelo trade.