Discussion in 'Lakers Discussion' started by Lakers2015, Jun 23, 2016.
^^ Beautiful. Always loved Gervin's game - so graceful and athletic.
There was another play where Ingram did something similar. He took Ginobili off the dribble, was bumped by Gasol, hung in the air and kissed it high off the window. And one... Ingram took Kyle Anderson apart last night.
On the second clip, can't help but laugh a bit how Gervin just abused Cooper, Wilkes, Dennis Johnson, Moncrief (all noteworthy defenders in their day), a young Jordan and the Philly guards.
Luke says that Brandon's ankle sprain is a "day-to-day" injury.
Hope he can come back soon. We need him.
Hope that day to day ends on Monday. This team needs everyone healthy except for Ennis to win...
He really make scoring in the half court much easier when he’s out there because he spots up, slashes, collapses the defense, drives, passes, and he’s so long it’s hard to stop him. He does so much well.
As much as Lonzo makes our fast break work, I think Ingram is what really makes our half court offense work.
A bit of good news...
Looked like he was poised for a big game with 4/6/5 really early. Rest Monday, we need everyone 100% on Wed against OKC.
true, although i'd rather have the full roster for winnable games like memphis as opposed to longshot games like okc.
We need at the least a very competitive game against OKC this 2nd meeting. For obvious reasons.
Flopping is not only stupid, it’s dangerous. Ingram tweaked his ankle because Harris flopped. I hope he gets fined
Following in Kobe's fashion icon footsteps .....
BI in GQ Magazine .... if you need him
Yah. Taking a leak is also day to day. Maybe they can tell us the sun will rise in the morning too.
if taking a leak is day-to-day for you, i suggest seeking medical attention immediately!
seriously, though--i've always interpreted day-to-day, as "it's possible things will be fine tomorrow" as opposed to "don't bother checking tomorrow".
The Slender Man
That’s actually a damn good nickname. Watch out, Slenderman is comin’.
He's earned it. So proud of him.