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I see alot of u peeps post all this CRAP about everyone doubted the Fakers,but they still won.Or Shaq and Kobe are UNSTOPPABLE!

Did u .....(edited out) see what the Kings did to the Fakers?????????????

What do u think would have happened if Peja would have been healthy?!?!Hes the BEST 3pt shooter in the league,NOT to mention good for 20+ppg and 5reb.If u take out Turkoglou,and put in Peja at 100%,the Kings would have been CHAMPS!!!!!!!!

I call them Fakers,cuz thats what they are!!!!!!!!!

Do u peeps know why the Fakers have 3 rings????????

NOT cuz of Kobe:cry:!!!!!!!!!!!!

NOT cuz of Phil:eek:!!!!!!!!!!!!!

NOT cuz of their bench:no:!!!!!!!!!!!!

They have 3 rings for the simple fact that EVERYONE on that team, RODE a 7'2 320lbs WARRIOR'S coattails:yes:!!!!!!!!!!!!

Are u ...... (edited out) blind:sigh:!!!!!!!!!!!!!
(I really don't think we need to call unnamed fans any names.)
 

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HaHaHa

Well, San Antonio won because they rode Tim Duncan. What the hell is so wrong with having one great player and letting him take you to the Championship.

STOP WHINING! It makes you sound childish, move on. The Lakers won, the Kings didn't. And hello, Kobe Bryant is the reason that they were in the Finals. If Peja had played, the Lakers would have won in 5.
Bibby wouldn't have gotten a chance to shine. Face the facts, the Lakers are the Champs!!! All of your posts are hating on the Lakers, pick another topic. It's ridiculous, everyone knows that you don't like the Lakers. :sigh:
When will people in this site talk about something else? If you think whining about the refs and saying if it weren't for this and if it weren't for that is going to make yourself feel better, that's pretty weak dude.:cool:
 

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Originally posted by HEATLUNATIC

Did u .....(edit) see what the Kings did to the Fakers?????????????
Actually, what I saw was the Lakers beat the Kings. Maybe I was watching a different series, although. Next year it may be a different story. Peja should be healthy and the team will be more experienced for big games. This year, they just were not ready to dethrone the Lakers.
 

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STOP WHINING,WHAT THE HELL ARE U TALK'N ABOUT???????

Ur the one that goes around posting crap like,the Fakers are gonna get a lotto pick for their (GARBAGE) role players!Or CRAP like,when will people give the Fakers their respect,and why do u peeps doubt the Fakers!

In other words I DONT hate on the Fakers:no:,im just sick and tired of all their fans OVER HYPING the entire team:upset:!So DONT say ur gonna get a lotto pick for ur GARBAGE role players and DONT say Kobe is the next M.J. or that hes better then T-Mac,cuz their all NOTHING without Shaq!

Also I SHOULDNT have called u all GOOFS in the first post,that was directed at the Faker fans:yes:.
(try to be not so all -inclusive. "ALL" of their fans don't oever-hype things. Try using the word"SOME" instead of "all")
 

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U know its FUNNY Penny that u would call me a kid.When ur the one on the Suns board saying that Matrix and Starbury are NOT the answer,and that they should both be traded!?!?
 

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I thought Penny was just tryna show some love!?!?!
 

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Originally posted by CrazyIverson
I thought Penny was just tryna show some love!?!?!
Me too

Besides every team has one (or two in lakers' case) great players that turn the Francise around, look at the old Celtics, you couldn't find out who to start, and where were the Celtics 3 or 4 season ago? Happens to everyone great players come and go, and when they are there you take advantage off of them.
 

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Chill man, if your mad because the Kings got cheated in a few games, than be mad at the refs, not the Lakers, the Lakers didn't make the calls. And kobe is one of the best players in the league, dont try to convince anyone that he would suck without Shaq. If all of the games had been reffed fairly, I think the Kings would have won, but for godsakkes, you cant take away the Lakers hard work, its not their fault the refs sucked in that game. Another thing, you said the Lakers arent champions cuz of phil? Let me inform you that Phil Jackson is hands down the best coach in the league today, you dont get that many rings by luck...

Really, and quit calling them the Fakers, thats not cool.
 

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Originally posted by CrazyIverson
I thought Penny was just tryna show some love!?!?!
Thanks man. And for Marion and Mabury, I said if marion wants a max contract, I don't think he is worth it.:)
 

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Originally posted by HEATLUNATIC
U know its FUNNY Penny that u would call me a kid.When ur the one on the Suns board saying that Matrix and Starbury are NOT the answer,and that they should both be traded!?!?
You mess with tha Ho, you gots to go! :laugh:

Marbury and Marion are not the answer, nowhere near it matter of factly.

......anyway that is for another thread.
 

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The Real Fakers...

What if this, what if that, whatever. The real Fakers are the Kings. They act all badass, yet never accomplished anything. Bobby Jackson claimed "Yeah, They're (The Lakers) afraid of us." Uhh...That's a big statement from a nobody on a team who's accomplished CRAP. They have little class, and terrible character. We listen to press confrences where Webber and Divac complain about "Lucky Shots". Lucky Shots? Horry is the 3rd best clutch player in NBA history, behind only the legendary Michael Jordan, and of course Utah's own John Stockton. How about give credit where it's due? I know that's hard for street punks, but lets show some class. I'll be honest and say Game 6 was heavily called for the Home Team, which was in fact the Lakers. BUT, I can also honestly say Game 5 was just as rediculous. Anyone who denies that is just ignoring a fact. Both Lakers and Kings had to fight through this, and Both teams got the calls on their homecourt. What it came down to was a game 7 to remember. The Real Fakers (Kings) showed why they are indeed, Fakers. The Arco Arena expected to see heroes, but saw only cowards in Kings jerseys. Los Angeles took advantage, played the game at their pace, played it cool and defeated Sacramento. It was only appropriate. After all the whining and complaining, and classless verbal attacks against the Lakers, they were brought down off their high horse and sent back to mediocraty. Call the Lakers whatever you want, but in the end they earned what they built. Will the Kings be back next year? Yes. Because as much as I don't like them, they're a talented team, and THAT is a fact. Will they beat the Lakers? Probably not. I know I'm a Laker Fan, but I believe a champion like Los Angeles learns from it's mistakes, and will be eager to tear through the playoffs like 2001, rather than just going through the motions. That's just how the real Laker Magic works.
 

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Re: The Real Fakers...

Originally posted by Laker Magic
What if this, what if that, whatever. The real Fakers are the Kings. They act all badass, yet never accomplished anything. Bobby Jackson claimed "Yeah, They're (The Lakers) afraid of us." Uhh...That's a big statement from a nobody on a team who's accomplished CRAP.
I wouldn't call Bobby Jackson a nobody. :rolleyes:
They have little class, and terrible character.
No, that's the Lakers.
We listen to press confrences where Webber and Divac complain about "Lucky Shots". Lucky Shots? Horry is the 3rd best clutch player in NBA history, behind only the legendary Michael Jordan, and of course Utah's own John Stockton. How about give credit where it's due?
How about you give credit where it's due? What about Reggie Miller? He's definately a better clutch shooter than Robert Horry.
I know that's hard for street punks, but lets show some class. I'll be honest and say Game 6 was heavily called for the Home Team, which was in fact the Lakers. BUT, I can also honestly say Game 5 was just as rediculous. Anyone who denies that is just ignoring a fact. Both Lakers and Kings had to fight through this, and Both teams got the calls on their homecourt. What it came down to was a game 7 to remember.
I actually agree with this.
The Real Fakers (Kings) showed why they are indeed, Fakers. The Arco Arena expected to see heroes, but saw only cowards in Kings jerseys.
Cowards? They rode Mike Bibby to an overtime, when they finally let up. I wouldn't call that cowardly at all.
Los Angeles took advantage, played the game at their pace, played it cool and defeated Sacramento. It was only appropriate. After all the whining and complaining, and classless verbal attacks against the Lakers, they were brought down off their high horse and sent back to mediocraty. Call the Lakers whatever you want, but in the end they earned what they built. Will the Kings be back next year? Yes. Because as much as I don't like them, they're a talented team, and THAT is a fact. Will they beat the Lakers? Probably not. I know I'm a Laker Fan, but I believe a champion like Los Angeles learns from it's mistakes, and will be eager to tear through the playoffs like 2001, rather than just going through the motions. That's just how the real Laker Magic works.
Laker MAGIC?!?!?! You mean refs bias... :no: The Sacramento series was actually more even than it has been in a while. Maybe that's why the Lakers didn't win it easily.
 

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Re: Re: The Real Fakers...

Originally posted by Budweiser_Boy
I wouldn't call Bobby Jackson a nobody. :rolleyes:
Jackson should know his place. Given he's a good player, yet he's no superstar. Not even Cwebb was saying that crap.

No, that's the Lakers.
Nice job backing up this statement. :rolleyes:

How about you give credit where it's due? What about Reggie Miller? He's definately a better clutch shooter than Robert Horry.
Reggie is good, but Horry has hit the big shot in bigger games more times. Hell I didn't write the record books.

Cowards? They rode Mike Bibby to an overtime, when they finally let up. I wouldn't call that cowardly at all.
Cwebb was afraid to take the shot. Mike Bibby was the only one who showed up in a King Jersey. Peja and Christie were obviously afraid. Out of all their shots did they even hit the rim in Game 7?

Laker MAGIC?!?!?! You mean refs bias... :no: The Sacramento series was actually more even than it has been in a while. Maybe that's why the Lakers didn't win it easily.
Game 5. It's slipping your mind again. Whether you want to admit it. Both LA and Kings got their games their way with Games 5 and 6.
 

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Originally posted by Laker Magic
Jackson should know his place. Given he's a good player, yet he's no superstar. Not even Cwebb was saying that crap.
He was trying to pump up his team. He had faith in his team, and he believed they could beat the Lakers. Guess what?! The Kings gave them a run for their money.
Reggie is good, but Horry has hit the big shot in bigger games more times. Hell I didn't write the record books.
Has he? Reggie's hit more clutch 3's over a longer period of time, and he's still doing it! Oh yeah, he only had a good team around him for one year, and that was in 1999-2000, when they went to the Finals. I guarantee that if he had that team with him when he was in his prime, he'd have a ring by now.
Cwebb was afraid to take the shot. Mike Bibby was the only one who showed up in a King Jersey. Peja and Christie were obviously afraid. Out of all their shots did they even hit the rim in Game 7?
If they were afraid, then they wouldn't have taken those shots.
Game 5. It's slipping your mind again. Whether you want to admit it. Both LA and Kings got their games their way with Games 5 and 6.
That's what I said. Read my post again.
 

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Re: Re: Re: Re: The Real Fakers...

Originally posted by Budweiser_Boy
He was trying to pump up his team. He had faith in his team, and he believed they could beat the Lakers. Guess what?! The Kings gave them a run for their money.
Jackson was looking for an excuse for them blowing the big lead and Horry hitting the shot.

Has he? Reggie's hit more clutch 3's over a longer period of time, and he's still doing it! Oh yeah, he only had a good team around him for one year, and that was in 1999-2000, when they went to the Finals. I guarantee that if he had that team with him when he was in his prime, he'd have a ring by now.
Well good for Reggie. But unfortuantely whatever you garauntee, it didn't happen. Why is Reggie even in this conversation? Horry made the big shot in Game 4 not Miller. Divac and Webber were acting like schoolyard punks claiming it was a lucky shot. However, Horry has been doing that his whole career, through every playoffs he's been in.

If they were afraid, then they wouldn't have taken those shots.
They have to take shots. But that doesn't meen you're not afraid when you're taking a shot. Doug Christie was trying to shatter the backboard with his shots. Peja was so nervous he was tossing up airballs. Webber had the shot opportunity in the 4th and overtime on numerous occassions but decided to just pass it away. Webber is the star, and needs to step up to hit his shots, but decided to pass it around hoping he didn't have to. 6 shots in the 4th & OT? Cwebb is a good passer and at time he passed around, but many times he could've taken the shot. Plain and simple, the Kings acted like they were big and bad in the other games, but crumbled when the Lakers were on the rise and they were on the brink of elimination. Which is why the Kings are fakers.

At least we can agree both Los Angeles and Sacramento had the benefit of th calls in two games. So that had nothing to do with the series in the end. It's over now, and LA proved to be the better team. A 7 game series will show that.
 

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Hey, if GS had Shaq, we'd ride him too. So would your team. The Kings had some decent players, Bibby in particular, that they rode... but in the end they weren't good enough... and Bibby's nose wasn't strong enough to take the forearm shot from Kobe. Shame about that
 

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Tell it to Derek Fisher, who got a wonderful elbow from Webber in Game 5 allowing Bibby that nice wide open shot. I have no sympathy for Bibby. Maybe he will learn not to hold Bryant next time.
 
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