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PostPosted: Sat Mar 20, 2021 2:02 pm    Post subject:

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Lakers lose 99-94.

The game itself won't be as much remembered as what happened - LBJ in the second quarter got hurt. Appeared ankle related. There are diverse opinions on this thread about how it happened, and I will leave that alone. But what did happen is this: He did not play the rest of the game, and we do not yet know how much time he will miss.

After LBJ went down, Lakers stayed competitive. In fact, were up 53-52 at the half. But then the second half came. For some reason, for three straight games now (may even be 4), the Lakers started the 3rd quarter poorly and this time it was horrific: They did not score a single point for almost the entire first 6 minutes of the third. As that happened, the Hawks slowly creeped their lead up. By the time the lakers started scoring, Gallinari started going off with run stopping 3 after run stopping 3.

Hawks length and size with Capella and Collins became even more of an issue after LBJ went down. They both had 16 boards, and were locking down the paint for alot of possessions.

Despite falling as much as 14 down, Lakers still had fight (led by Trez). Got in striking distance a couple times but down the stretch did not make run-needed shots, while Hawks made run-stopping shots.

One slight dissapointment: DS. Down LBJ was hoping he'd really step up. While he got to the line (8-9), he only shot an incredibly poor 4-15 from the field. 7-15 and...maybe they win? Shrug.

Anyway, let's just hope LBJ's injury is not serious. Going to be rough without him and AD.


Honestly the slight disappointment really was KCP coming up with a bit 0 points again. Yes, DS was 26% but at least he put up numbers. We need more from ALL of our starters. A zero point game is unacceptable for any starter, especially since KCP played 20 minutes.
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 20, 2021 2:02 pm    Post subject:

The last word in this thread and what should stand through the millennia for our kids and grand-kids to read is:

F Solomon Hill.
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3urodancer wrote:
DrDent wrote:
Lakers lose 99-94.

The game itself won't be as much remembered as what happened - LBJ in the second quarter got hurt. Appeared ankle related. There are diverse opinions on this thread about how it happened, and I will leave that alone. But what did happen is this: He did not play the rest of the game, and we do not yet know how much time he will miss.

After LBJ went down, Lakers stayed competitive. In fact, were up 53-52 at the half. But then the second half came. For some reason, for three straight games now (may even be 4), the Lakers started the 3rd quarter poorly and this time it was horrific: They did not score a single point for almost the entire first 6 minutes of the third. As that happened, the Hawks slowly creeped their lead up. By the time the lakers started scoring, Gallinari started going off with run stopping 3 after run stopping 3.

Hawks length and size with Capella and Collins became even more of an issue after LBJ went down. They both had 16 boards, and were locking down the paint for alot of possessions.

Despite falling as much as 14 down, Lakers still had fight (led by Trez). Got in striking distance a couple times but down the stretch did not make run-needed shots, while Hawks made run-stopping shots.

One slight dissapointment: DS. Down LBJ was hoping he'd really step up. While he got to the line (8-9), he only shot an incredibly poor 4-15 from the field. 7-15 and...maybe they win? Shrug.

Anyway, let's just hope LBJ's injury is not serious. Going to be rough without him and AD.


Honestly the slight disappointment really was KCP coming up with a bit 0 points again. Yes, DS was 26% but at least he put up numbers. We need more from ALL of our starters. A zero point game is unacceptable for any starter, especially since KCP played 20 minutes.


True, team leading -18 as well. I think I was expecting DS to step up more with what happened to LBJ, but you are right - everyone needs to be a bit better and KCP went the opposite direction.

I cant critique the team too much cuz when you lose a guy like LBJ mid-game it makes it difficult to really adjust. But, am dissapointed nonetheless.
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 20, 2021 2:05 pm    Post subject:

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BRON SKIPPING MEDIA GETTING MRI

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LeBron James is receiving a MRI on his right ankle, sources tell ESPN.

https://twitter.com/mcten/status/1373393130171498498?s=21

Per Goon

Lakers say LeBron is not speaking to the media postgame today.

https://twitter.com/kylegoon/status/1373393130272137216?s=21
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 20, 2021 2:06 pm    Post subject:

and....

F Solomon Hill.
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 20, 2021 2:06 pm    Post subject:

https://youtu.be/f8lKqxy3uxU
A doctor’s view
We better pray is it not.a high ankle sprain or he would be out for a long time
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 20, 2021 2:06 pm    Post subject:

DrDent wrote:
3urodancer wrote:
DrDent wrote:
Lakers lose 99-94.

The game itself won't be as much remembered as what happened - LBJ in the second quarter got hurt. Appeared ankle related. There are diverse opinions on this thread about how it happened, and I will leave that alone. But what did happen is this: He did not play the rest of the game, and we do not yet know how much time he will miss.

After LBJ went down, Lakers stayed competitive. In fact, were up 53-52 at the half. But then the second half came. For some reason, for three straight games now (may even be 4), the Lakers started the 3rd quarter poorly and this time it was horrific: They did not score a single point for almost the entire first 6 minutes of the third. As that happened, the Hawks slowly creeped their lead up. By the time the lakers started scoring, Gallinari started going off with run stopping 3 after run stopping 3.

Hawks length and size with Capella and Collins became even more of an issue after LBJ went down. They both had 16 boards, and were locking down the paint for alot of possessions.

Despite falling as much as 14 down, Lakers still had fight (led by Trez). Got in striking distance a couple times but down the stretch did not make run-needed shots, while Hawks made run-stopping shots.

One slight dissapointment: DS. Down LBJ was hoping he'd really step up. While he got to the line (8-9), he only shot an incredibly poor 4-15 from the field. 7-15 and...maybe they win? Shrug.

Anyway, let's just hope LBJ's injury is not serious. Going to be rough without him and AD.


Honestly the slight disappointment really was KCP coming up with a bit 0 points again. Yes, DS was 26% but at least he put up numbers. We need more from ALL of our starters. A zero point game is unacceptable for any starter, especially since KCP played 20 minutes.


True, team leading -18 as well. I think I was expecting DS to step up more with what happened to LBJ, but you are right - everyone needs to be a bit better and KCP went the opposite direction.

I cant critique the team too much cuz when you lose a guy like LBJ mid-game it makes it difficult to really adjust. But, am dissapointed nonetheless.


The next game should be telling as far as what adjustments Vogel makes and how the team responds.
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 20, 2021 2:07 pm    Post subject:

cooleggs wrote:
The last word in this thread and what should stand through the millennia for our kids and grand-kids to read is:

F Solomon Hill.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w7B-STuMV7Q

You decide.
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 20, 2021 2:11 pm    Post subject:

DrDent wrote:
cooleggs wrote:
The last word in this thread and what should stand through the millennia for our kids and grand-kids to read is:

F Solomon Hill.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w7B-STuMV7Q

You decide.


I have decided:

F..... Solomon....Hill
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 20, 2021 2:14 pm    Post subject:

Slow it down - Hill went right underneath him with his knee angled right at LBJ -- that's alot of force.

So F. Solomon. Hill.
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 20, 2021 2:26 pm    Post subject:

Pureshot77 wrote:
DrDent wrote:
3urodancer wrote:
DrDent wrote:
Lakers lose 99-94.

The game itself won't be as much remembered as what happened - LBJ in the second quarter got hurt. Appeared ankle related. There are diverse opinions on this thread about how it happened, and I will leave that alone. But what did happen is this: He did not play the rest of the game, and we do not yet know how much time he will miss.

After LBJ went down, Lakers stayed competitive. In fact, were up 53-52 at the half. But then the second half came. For some reason, for three straight games now (may even be 4), the Lakers started the 3rd quarter poorly and this time it was horrific: They did not score a single point for almost the entire first 6 minutes of the third. As that happened, the Hawks slowly creeped their lead up. By the time the lakers started scoring, Gallinari started going off with run stopping 3 after run stopping 3.

Hawks length and size with Capella and Collins became even more of an issue after LBJ went down. They both had 16 boards, and were locking down the paint for alot of possessions.

Despite falling as much as 14 down, Lakers still had fight (led by Trez). Got in striking distance a couple times but down the stretch did not make run-needed shots, while Hawks made run-stopping shots.

One slight dissapointment: DS. Down LBJ was hoping he'd really step up. While he got to the line (8-9), he only shot an incredibly poor 4-15 from the field. 7-15 and...maybe they win? Shrug.

Anyway, let's just hope LBJ's injury is not serious. Going to be rough without him and AD.


Honestly the slight disappointment really was KCP coming up with a bit 0 points again. Yes, DS was 26% but at least he put up numbers. We need more from ALL of our starters. A zero point game is unacceptable for any starter, especially since KCP played 20 minutes.


True, team leading -18 as well. I think I was expecting DS to step up more with what happened to LBJ, but you are right - everyone needs to be a bit better and KCP went the opposite direction.

I cant critique the team too much cuz when you lose a guy like LBJ mid-game it makes it difficult to really adjust. But, am dissapointed nonetheless.


The next game should be telling as far as what adjustments Vogel makes and how the team responds.


next game is a loss... no adjustments can overcome lbj and ad
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 20, 2021 2:28 pm    Post subject:

JerryWest_44 wrote:
Pureshot77 wrote:
DrDent wrote:
3urodancer wrote:
DrDent wrote:
Lakers lose 99-94.

The game itself won't be as much remembered as what happened - LBJ in the second quarter got hurt. Appeared ankle related. There are diverse opinions on this thread about how it happened, and I will leave that alone. But what did happen is this: He did not play the rest of the game, and we do not yet know how much time he will miss.

After LBJ went down, Lakers stayed competitive. In fact, were up 53-52 at the half. But then the second half came. For some reason, for three straight games now (may even be 4), the Lakers started the 3rd quarter poorly and this time it was horrific: They did not score a single point for almost the entire first 6 minutes of the third. As that happened, the Hawks slowly creeped their lead up. By the time the lakers started scoring, Gallinari started going off with run stopping 3 after run stopping 3.

Hawks length and size with Capella and Collins became even more of an issue after LBJ went down. They both had 16 boards, and were locking down the paint for alot of possessions.

Despite falling as much as 14 down, Lakers still had fight (led by Trez). Got in striking distance a couple times but down the stretch did not make run-needed shots, while Hawks made run-stopping shots.

One slight dissapointment: DS. Down LBJ was hoping he'd really step up. While he got to the line (8-9), he only shot an incredibly poor 4-15 from the field. 7-15 and...maybe they win? Shrug.

Anyway, let's just hope LBJ's injury is not serious. Going to be rough without him and AD.


Honestly the slight disappointment really was KCP coming up with a bit 0 points again. Yes, DS was 26% but at least he put up numbers. We need more from ALL of our starters. A zero point game is unacceptable for any starter, especially since KCP played 20 minutes.


True, team leading -18 as well. I think I was expecting DS to step up more with what happened to LBJ, but you are right - everyone needs to be a bit better and KCP went the opposite direction.

I cant critique the team too much cuz when you lose a guy like LBJ mid-game it makes it difficult to really adjust. But, am dissapointed nonetheless.


The next game should be telling as far as what adjustments Vogel makes and how the team responds.


next game is a loss... no adjustments can overcome lbj and ad


Vogel along with everyone else will need to earn their money to get a win - no doubt.

Also: F Solomon Hill.
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 20, 2021 2:34 pm    Post subject:

XRAYS NEGATIVE STILL AWAITING MRI

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X-rays negative on LeBron James’ right ankle, source tells ESPN. MRI results still pending.

https://twitter.com/wojespn/status/1373402031851982859?s=21
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 20, 2021 2:38 pm    Post subject:

See how he leans in

F Solomon Hill.
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 20, 2021 2:40 pm    Post subject:

cooleggs wrote:
See how he leans in

F Solomon Hill.


Montrezl and DS agree with y’all on the dirty/unnecessary play side. It’ll be interesting to see what if anything the league does.
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 20, 2021 2:59 pm    Post subject:

cooleggs wrote:
JerryWest_44 wrote:
Pureshot77 wrote:
DrDent wrote:
3urodancer wrote:
DrDent wrote:
Lakers lose 99-94.

The game itself won't be as much remembered as what happened - LBJ in the second quarter got hurt. Appeared ankle related. There are diverse opinions on this thread about how it happened, and I will leave that alone. But what did happen is this: He did not play the rest of the game, and we do not yet know how much time he will miss.

After LBJ went down, Lakers stayed competitive. In fact, were up 53-52 at the half. But then the second half came. For some reason, for three straight games now (may even be 4), the Lakers started the 3rd quarter poorly and this time it was horrific: They did not score a single point for almost the entire first 6 minutes of the third. As that happened, the Hawks slowly creeped their lead up. By the time the lakers started scoring, Gallinari started going off with run stopping 3 after run stopping 3.

Hawks length and size with Capella and Collins became even more of an issue after LBJ went down. They both had 16 boards, and were locking down the paint for alot of possessions.

Despite falling as much as 14 down, Lakers still had fight (led by Trez). Got in striking distance a couple times but down the stretch did not make run-needed shots, while Hawks made run-stopping shots.

One slight dissapointment: DS. Down LBJ was hoping he'd really step up. While he got to the line (8-9), he only shot an incredibly poor 4-15 from the field. 7-15 and...maybe they win? Shrug.

Anyway, let's just hope LBJ's injury is not serious. Going to be rough without him and AD.


Honestly the slight disappointment really was KCP coming up with a bit 0 points again. Yes, DS was 26% but at least he put up numbers. We need more from ALL of our starters. A zero point game is unacceptable for any starter, especially since KCP played 20 minutes.


True, team leading -18 as well. I think I was expecting DS to step up more with what happened to LBJ, but you are right - everyone needs to be a bit better and KCP went the opposite direction.

I cant critique the team too much cuz when you lose a guy like LBJ mid-game it makes it difficult to really adjust. But, am dissapointed nonetheless.


The next game should be telling as far as what adjustments Vogel makes and how the team responds.


next game is a loss... no adjustments can overcome lbj and ad


Vogel along with everyone else will need to earn their money to get a win - no doubt.

Also: F Solomon Hill.


from Dancing Barry's description of 3rd Q, looks like we could've used Gasol high post/3pt threat to open up the paint
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 20, 2021 3:01 pm    Post subject:

Bumass Solomon Hill that sh!t wasn’t a naturally basketball defensive swipe.
He’s definitely still bitter we whooped his ass in the Finals.

Just thankful it wasn’t worse like a fracture or anything to do with the knees.

Don’t care if Lebron somehow channels his inner Mamba and deems himself ready to play sit his ass out a few games a week or two.

Fkkk the meaningless standings.
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 20, 2021 3:14 pm    Post subject:

SOLOMON HILL’S REPLY

His reply game needs work not really sure what those hashtags even mean.

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would never disrespect the game and take a player out purposely... he knows that. that’s all that matters to me. praying for a speedy recovery. #riptothementionstho #moredmsthansaweetie

https://twitter.com/solohill/status/1373406420872306689?s=21
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 20, 2021 3:16 pm    Post subject:

Didn’t know they played today. But I see I didn’t miss anything since they lost.
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 20, 2021 3:24 pm    Post subject:

LakersARETheGOAT wrote:
Didn’t know they played today. But I see I didn’t miss anything since they lost.


You missed that LeBron went down with injury and we’re waiting to see how serious it is. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ (sorry I couldn’t add anything positive lol)
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 20, 2021 3:25 pm    Post subject:

TDRock wrote:
LakersARETheGOAT wrote:
Didn’t know they played today. But I see I didn’t miss anything since they lost.


You missed that LeBron went down with injury and we’re waiting to see how serious it is. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ (sorry I couldn’t add anything positive lol)


Oh and it’s a back to back weekend: we play PHX tomorrow

Ok I’ll see myself out 🚶🏾‍♀️
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 20, 2021 3:29 pm    Post subject:

HIGH ANKLE SPRAIN

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LeBron James has been diagnosed with a high right ankle sprain, sources tell @TheAthletic @Stadium.

https://twitter.com/shamscharania/status/1373415915665100806?s=21
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 20, 2021 3:31 pm    Post subject:

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SOLOMON HILL’S REPLY

His reply game needs work not really sure what those hashtags even mean.

Per solohill

would never disrespect the game and take a player out purposely... he knows that. that’s all that matters to me. praying for a speedy recovery. #riptothementionstho #moredmsthansaweetie

https://twitter.com/solohill/status/1373406420872306689?s=21


I’m guessing his DM’s and notifications are full of people saying horrible things about him. It has even happened to Lakers players who have missed a big shot or had a bad game. Twitter can be pretty ruthless.
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 20, 2021 3:33 pm    Post subject:

He tried to hurt him on Lebron’s last 3. FOH with your bull (bleep) Solomon.
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 20, 2021 3:43 pm    Post subject:

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TDRock wrote:
SOLOMON HILL’S REPLY

His reply game needs work not really sure what those hashtags even mean.

Per solohill

would never disrespect the game and take a player out purposely... he knows that. that’s all that matters to me. praying for a speedy recovery. #riptothementionstho #moredmsthansaweetie

https://twitter.com/solohill/status/1373406420872306689?s=21


I’m guessing his DM’s and notifications are full of people saying horrible things about him. It has even happened to Lakers players who have missed a big shot or had a bad game. Twitter can be pretty ruthless.


Oh right. That’s true. But you know Danny Green was a man and didn’t resort to obscure hashtag usage LOL
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