Top 10 Lakers Nation Facebook Comments Of The Week
Every week, our loyal fans head over to the Lakers Nation Facebook page to give their thoughts on everything happening in Lakerland. Some of them are intelligent, others not so much, but almost all of them are entertaining. Please continue to comment on the page, and you could see your quotes on our next post.
Is It Hard To Watch Kobe Right Now
10. Kevin Estrella Yes, it is hard..but its his will and hard work that will get him back to his form in no time but not this month not even against Heaaters although you can see some progress in the Heaaters game when he will have to go all out if none of additions steps up…For Pau, he needs to try harder to get his open shots and rebound and blocks..just mostly on his shots…
Hoping Pau Gasol Stays In Los Angeles
9. Alex Montague and Pau earned the right to retire here… have some respect, the man won us 2 rings… Lakers owe him at least the offer of a 20mill 2 year contract extension and let him decide if he wants to make more or retire in the organization that will retire his jersey
8. Rusty L Morris All you so called fans out there think its good kobe gets a contract but not the guy who helped him win two of his rings c’mon even Jordan had to have his Pippen. Pau is one of the best low post players and passers in the game. He is not getting it in the low post. He is getting it at the top of the key. D’antoni sucks at managing his talent! How long did it take him to start Jordan Hill when we all could see the good he was doing when in the game and his hustle. In closing Pau deserves more respect and any true Lakers fan knows that
Ready For Gasol To Go
7. Ivan Parra Barriga I’m sorry but I don’t agree with y’all backing up Pau, yes he was a great player but he hasn’t stepped up to the plate when was needed the most,when Kobe was out. He should have assumed the leader role, instead he chose to make excuses for his bad play and blaming the coach. Maybe it is time to part away from him and get somebody that can bring toughness in the middle and CAN HOLD ON TO THE FREAKING BALL!!!!!!
Loving Swaggy P
6. Ben Currie-Nguyen Lol you guys clearly watching the wrong game you guys high? Nick young is doing alot better then he ever has I agree he takes a few bad/dumb shot but the attitude he brings to the team is what they needed + leading scorer off the best bench in the nba
On Kobe’s Struggle’s In His Return
5. Vaughn Audain Yeah he needs to settle down and let the game speed come to his liking and stop turning the ball over so much…Can’t vblame his team mates for not knowing what he he will try to do next when he is trying to pass through a defender lol
Defending Kobe Against The Haters
4. Reggie Rdg Gamble I think his minutes are good how they are. I just hate how Kobe is getting so much hate and negative talk because they are 0-3 since his return. Kobe is not the reason for the losses. Lack of defense, lack of rebounding and lack of energy and effort are the reasons… and maybe some not-so-good coaching.
Excited After Kobe’s First Victory Of The Season
3. David Boucher Where all u kobe haters tonight who else could put up tho kinda number after only 4 games back after returning only 8 months after have what is normally a career ending injury all at the age of 35 !!!!!!!
2. Stephen Jefferson Great game by the Lakers! Great team effort. Great patience down the stretch. The Mamba is slowly coming into form. And thank you Pau!! Shut all these nonloyal Lakers Fans and Haters whats good!!#Kobe&GasolTrueForce #WeWantMoreLetsGoPau #MambaBlood4Six
Defending D’Antoni and Preaching Patience
1. Miguel Guerrero D’antoni has had it rough. Just let the team work, this is a very talented team with a talented bench. Once everything start clicking we should be really good, D’antonis style is really good when everyone can hit their shots, and when we can spread the court. Pou and Kaman are both very good shooters, Hill and Sacree can do fairly well in the paint and hold their own when it comes to rebounding. Let the team playout. This should be a good season.
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