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Posts Tagged ‘The Playoffs!

Lakers Better Close It In Orlando, Florida Or Else…

June 8, 2009

Two down at home, two more on the road and the LA Lakers’ journey for their first NBA title in the post-Shaquille O’Neal-Kobe Bryant tandem will soon be complete. Though Pau Gasol is not as strong and as quick as O’Neal in the middle, the seven-foot Spanish center-forward has proven his effectiveness in playing a […]

Kobe Bryant & the Lakers’ Unfinished Business

June 5, 2009

The LA Lakers destroying the Orlando Magic in the Finals series opener was a complete surprise for a lot of people I know. I was also surprised with the way the game went easily for the Lakers, who had to go through the wringer against the Houston Rockets and the Denver Nuggets during LA’s road […]

What Happens When Your Teamwork Works

June 3, 2009

Six weeks since the 2009 NBA Playoffs kicked off, highlight plays can be viewed in various ways—whether it’s from an uncontested pass-the-ball-through-the-legs-double-pump-reverse dunk from Lebron James, a game-winning three-point shot from Carmelo Anthony, a solid chase-down by Pau Gasol resulting to a solid block or a power-playing move in the post by Dwight Howard. Yet, […]