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ImperialPalace
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Lakers Suffer Their Most Lopsided Loss in Franchise History


Final score: LA Clippers 142, Lol Lakers 94

Aggie related because Deandre Jordan went 6-9 from the field for 14 points to go along with 12 rebounds in 22 minutes of action. Box Score

It appears that the Lakers really could've used an inside presence last night...



Meanwhile, in Houston....







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WestCoastAg
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RAd





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Let us Houstonians enjoy our moment in the sun as the best team in Texas and therefore the world.






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ImperialPalace
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re: Lakers Suffer Their Most Lopsided Loss in Franchise History


You've lived in San Antonio for so long that you've gone native.


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WhiskerBiscuitSlayer
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Oh hell no. I still love Houston, but the Lakers will be my favorite as long as Kobe is still playing for them.





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WestCoastAg
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quote:

Lakers will be my favorite
damn straight






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mrnegative
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re: Lakers Suffer Their Most Lopsided Loss in Franchise History


at Houston losing to this team earlier in the season.





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WestCoastAg
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re: Lakers Suffer Their Most Lopsided Loss in Franchise History


That was before we only had 8 or 7 players available





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mrnegative
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The whole lakers healthy roster is worse than the spurs without their starting five





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WestCoastAg
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no


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mrnegative
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yes, give me a min to bring up some stats





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WestCoastAg
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So you're telling me the spurs bench is better than a laker team with a healthy Nash, Kobe, and gasol? And this is before we consider the first week of the season when the spurs barely beat this laker team without Kobe or Nash. Or how this laker team was 500 after 30ish games this year without Kobe and nash. Yea I'm calling bull shite


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mrnegative
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Here it is:
These are stats vs top 6 teams (clippers six, blazers 5)
The left are the lakers, the right are the spurs:
Per 240 min
94 104
FIELD GOALS 34/86 (39.5%) 42/90 (46.7%)
3 POINTERS 8/30 (26.7%) 8 / 20 (40%)
FREE THROWs 18/26 (69.2%) 12/17 (71%)
REBOUNDS 33 37
ASSISTS 26 14
STEALS 9 9
BLOCKS 2 3
TURNOVERS 22 10
FOULS 16 21

These spurs stats do not include the spurs five best players ( kawhi, Danny, tony, Tim, and Manu)
at lakers
Edit: this only includes last night and feb 19



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WestCoastAg
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You said healthy roster and there is no way that holds the stats of Kobe and Nash and a healthy gasol. Plus the Lakers nearly beat the spurs earlier in the year before we had half of our team injured. So yea, a fully healthy laker team would beat the spurs without their starting 5,





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mrnegative
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Ok, I take back my healthy comment. The spurs without their best 5 would beat the lakers without two of their top three and the last one playing hurt.





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WestCoastAg
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Meh





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quote:

Houstonians enjoy our moment in the sun as the best team in Texas


My god that hook is shiny...






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dead money
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Not to mention that this is probably the end of Mike D'antoni too. Too bad really cuz I like him as a coach but both the Knicks and Lakers couldn't give him the players he needed to be successful.





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WestCoastAg
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He had amare and melo in NY and he had Kobe, gasol, Dwight, and Nash in LA. He isn't a championship coach. Never has, never will


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