Discussion in 'Lakers Discussion' started by raviator, Nov 9, 2014.
Never fear, DOOM is here.
Figured I'd help hold down the fort until the Cook gets back.
Well he didn't want to be there. Don't blame him to be honest.
Your haircut go'n have to wait son. You ain't gettin nuthin free on us
Outside of Booker and Warren, that pretty much describes your whole team, don't it?
Might try getting him a bigger barn.
May you rest in peace.
Don't think even Jesus can help them in that regard
He's not a Laker so...
Yeah because one person is gonna change that.
Well, we love him...sometimes...I think
We lost 11 straight to you guys, so suck it!
Our defensive scheme in a nutshell
Be careful what you wish for. He did drop almost 30 on you guys
To be fair Clarkson schooled your whole team. Good game by him btw.
Probably Laker fans in control of the PA
Would love to see him try...
Dude, nobody left the bench. just...oh nevermind
There you go sport! Way to see the bright side of things.
I can guarantee they're enjoying every bit of it!
@raviator thank you for that meal!
Thanks rav .... good job.
I saw one missed opportunity however:
"Now we got Lets Go Lakers in the stadium. Sigh."
Reply: LOL they don't like him either.
Thanks raviator, good stuff. I didn’t even notice that Clarkson dominated Jackson, but yeah, Jackson was awful, zero points. And why’s he coming off the bench? Will First Take be calling him a bust this morning? Doubt it.
I never liked him as a prospect and someone compared his measurements to Pippen, I don't think he has a 7'5" wingspan lol
He's got solid energy and athleticism, but his frame looks smaller than I remember. Clarkson shrugged Jackson off on that drive late in the game.
Not a good sign for them when Booker is their star and they just gave Warren an extension at the same position that their Top 5 draft pick plays.
jackson may end up being a sg version of mkg. that's not terrible, but you'd obviously want more from such a high pick.
i was surprised he wasn't yanked when kcp dove past him to get that loose ball and initiate the break. one of jackson's primary selling points was his motor and intensity. it wasn't there on that play.