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 Posted: Mon Jan 2nd, 2012 08:54 am

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New rule: Fans/commentators of the Denver Butt-Nuggets will stop calling this douchebag "bird"....





There will always be only one Bird in the NBA....




Even though he's a herp-derp, and I will forever hate the Celtics, he at least deserves that much respect. :coo



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Yeah, I always felt they should have a different variation for him.



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 Posted: Mon Jan 2nd, 2012 05:40 pm

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Gonna be a transition year for the Lakers. I wish Derek Fisher would just go away.

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Anyone who can perform as well as he does at his age is welcome to stick around, as far as I'm concerned.



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 Posted: Mon Jan 2nd, 2012 06:19 pm

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Yeah, I always felt they should have a different variation for him.
They should just call him "Neck Tat", because neck tats are so classy. :p



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Anyone who can perform as well as he does at his age is welcome to stick around, as far as I'm concerned.
I think just about any 37 year old player can be as useless as he is at this point.

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Anyone who can perform as well as he does at his age is welcome to stick around, as far as I'm concerned.
I think just about any 37 year old player can be as useless as he is at this point.

Useless? Ah, you must be a hater. Got it. :thumb



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Anyone who can perform as well as he does at his age is welcome to stick around, as far as I'm concerned.
I think just about any 37 year old player can be as useless as he is at this point.

Useless? Ah, you must be a hater. Got it. :thumb

Tell me what he brings to the table.

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Anyone who can perform as well as he does at his age is welcome to stick around, as far as I'm concerned.
I think just about any 37 year old player can be as useless as he is at this point.

Useless? Ah, you must be a hater. Got it. :thumb

Tell me what he brings to the table.

The same thing he's been bringing to the table every year that's earned him five rings... he's a wile veteran that knows the ins and outs of the game better than anyone, has a great three point shot, at 37, is still the best at taking a charge, and is an all around great defender. His experience and work ethic make him one of the most valuable assets the Lakers have out on the court, and in the locker room.



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KennyThaKilla wrote:
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Anyone who can perform as well as he does at his age is welcome to stick around, as far as I'm concerned.
I think just about any 37 year old player can be as useless as he is at this point.

Useless? Ah, you must be a hater. Got it. :thumb

Tell me what he brings to the table.

The same thing he's been bringing to the table every year that's earned him five rings... he's a wile veteran that knows the ins and outs of the game better than anyone, has a great three point shot, at 37, is still the best at taking a charge, and is an all around great defender. His experience and work ethic make him one of the most valuable assets the Lakers have out on the court, and in the locker room.

LOL, he's a terrible defender that gets routinely burned by every young point guard he faces. It's comical. As for the rest, we can bring any washed up, retired point guard in to do the exact same thing. I hear Rod Strickland is available. No doubt his veteran experience and knowledge of the game will offset the fact that he can't play anymore.

Fisher has been garbage the last couple years. He will make a jumpshot every once in a while, but it's all for the worse when he gets confident and bricks five in a row.

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KennyThaKilla wrote:
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KennyThaKilla wrote:
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KennyThaKilla wrote:
Anyone who can perform as well as he does at his age is welcome to stick around, as far as I'm concerned.
I think just about any 37 year old player can be as useless as he is at this point.

Useless? Ah, you must be a hater. Got it. :thumb

Tell me what he brings to the table.

The same thing he's been bringing to the table every year that's earned him five rings... he's a wile veteran that knows the ins and outs of the game better than anyone, has a great three point shot, at 37, is still the best at taking a charge, and is an all around great defender. His experience and work ethic make him one of the most valuable assets the Lakers have out on the court, and in the locker room.

LOL, he's a terrible defender that gets routinely burned by every young point guard he faces. It's comical. As for the rest, we can bring any washed up, retired point guard in to do the exact same thing. I hear Rod Strickland is available. No doubt his veteran experience and knowledge of the game will offset the fact that he can't play anymore.

Fisher has been garbage the last couple years. He will make a jumpshot every once in a while, but it's all for the worse when he gets confident and bricks five in a row.

Yeah, whatevs. Like I said, hater.



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KennyThaKilla wrote:
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KennyThaKilla wrote:
Anyone who can perform as well as he does at his age is welcome to stick around, as far as I'm concerned.
I think just about any 37 year old player can be as useless as he is at this point.

Useless? Ah, you must be a hater. Got it. :thumb

Tell me what he brings to the table.

The same thing he's been bringing to the table every year that's earned him five rings... he's a wile veteran that knows the ins and outs of the game better than anyone, has a great three point shot, at 37, is still the best at taking a charge, and is an all around great defender. His experience and work ethic make him one of the most valuable assets the Lakers have out on the court, and in the locker room.

LOL, he's a terrible defender that gets routinely burned by every young point guard he faces. It's comical. As for the rest, we can bring any washed up, retired point guard in to do the exact same thing. I hear Rod Strickland is available. No doubt his veteran experience and knowledge of the game will offset the fact that he can't play anymore.

Fisher has been garbage the last couple years. He will make a jumpshot every once in a while, but it's all for the worse when he gets confident and bricks five in a row.

Yeah, whatevs. Like I said, hater.

Lol, you can't even make an attempt to defend him. Someone's nostalgic.

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KennyThaKilla wrote:
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KennyThaKilla wrote:
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KennyThaKilla wrote:
Anyone who can perform as well as he does at his age is welcome to stick around, as far as I'm concerned.
I think just about any 37 year old player can be as useless as he is at this point.

Useless? Ah, you must be a hater. Got it. :thumb

Tell me what he brings to the table.

The same thing he's been bringing to the table every year that's earned him five rings... he's a wile veteran that knows the ins and outs of the game better than anyone, has a great three point shot, at 37, is still the best at taking a charge, and is an all around great defender. His experience and work ethic make him one of the most valuable assets the Lakers have out on the court, and in the locker room.

LOL, he's a terrible defender that gets routinely burned by every young point guard he faces. It's comical. As for the rest, we can bring any washed up, retired point guard in to do the exact same thing. I hear Rod Strickland is available. No doubt his veteran experience and knowledge of the game will offset the fact that he can't play anymore.

Fisher has been garbage the last couple years. He will make a jumpshot every once in a while, but it's all for the worse when he gets confident and bricks five in a row.

Yeah, whatevs. Like I said, hater.

Lol, you can't even make an attempt to defend him. Someone's nostalgic.

Lol, I don't need to defend him. Your comments are subjective and not based in reality. His 3pt% for last year was at .396, which is right on par from his 3pt% of 2000, when the Kobe, Shaq, Fisher Lakers won their first championship. So your comments about bricking shots and degrading performance are baseless. Instead of wasting my time saying all that, it was quicker to give the abridged version and simply state that you're a hater. But now you've gone and fucked that up as well. :D



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*Head feverishly scours internet for facts to support his wild, jealousy-driven claims, comes up empty*

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KennyThaKilla wrote:
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KennyThaKilla wrote:
Anyone who can perform as well as he does at his age is welcome to stick around, as far as I'm concerned.
I think just about any 37 year old player can be as useless as he is at this point.

Useless? Ah, you must be a hater. Got it. :thumb

Tell me what he brings to the table.

The same thing he's been bringing to the table every year that's earned him five rings... he's a wile veteran that knows the ins and outs of the game better than anyone, has a great three point shot, at 37, is still the best at taking a charge, and is an all around great defender. His experience and work ethic make him one of the most valuable assets the Lakers have out on the court, and in the locker room.

LOL, he's a terrible defender that gets routinely burned by every young point guard he faces. It's comical. As for the rest, we can bring any washed up, retired point guard in to do the exact same thing. I hear Rod Strickland is available. No doubt his veteran experience and knowledge of the game will offset the fact that he can't play anymore.

Fisher has been garbage the last couple years. He will make a jumpshot every once in a while, but it's all for the worse when he gets confident and bricks five in a row.

Yeah, whatevs. Like I said, hater.

Lol, you can't even make an attempt to defend him. Someone's nostalgic.

Lol, I don't need to defend him. Your comments are subjective and not based in reality. His 3pt% for last year was at .396, which is right on par from his 3pt% of 2000, when the Kobe, Shaq, Fisher Lakers won their first championship. So your comments about bricking shots and degrading performance are baseless. Instead of wasting my time saying all that, it was quicker to give the abridged version and simply state that you're a hater. But now you've gone and fucked that up as well. :D

Check out his field goal percentages in the past three years. Feel free to LOL, I know I did too.

I think we should sign Michael Cooper. He just knows the ins and outs of the game, can really provide that veteran leadership.

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*Head feverishly scours internet for facts to support his wild, jealousy-driven claims, comes up empty*

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Should be noted that I'm a Lakers fan. I'm just not a blind homer like you.

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I like Fish, he's never been a flashy player or a superstar, and it's true what he does best is in the leader role, the things below the rim. But it is true that he can't keep up with the fiery young point guards anymore. I see the Lakes shipping him off to a non-contender sometime soon, especially since he is the bitching point for most fans.



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Trading for Ramon Sessions would be a good move. Continuing to start Derek Fisher just because he's a name and he's a veteran does not do anything for us.

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KennyThaKilla wrote:
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KennyThaKilla wrote:
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KennyThaKilla wrote:
Anyone who can perform as well as he does at his age is welcome to stick around, as far as I'm concerned.
I think just about any 37 year old player can be as useless as he is at this point.

Useless? Ah, you must be a hater. Got it. :thumb

Tell me what he brings to the table.

The same thing he's been bringing to the table every year that's earned him five rings... he's a wile veteran that knows the ins and outs of the game better than anyone, has a great three point shot, at 37, is still the best at taking a charge, and is an all around great defender. His experience and work ethic make him one of the most valuable assets the Lakers have out on the court, and in the locker room.

LOL, he's a terrible defender that gets routinely burned by every young point guard he faces. It's comical. As for the rest, we can bring any washed up, retired point guard in to do the exact same thing. I hear Rod Strickland is available. No doubt his veteran experience and knowledge of the game will offset the fact that he can't play anymore.

Fisher has been garbage the last couple years. He will make a jumpshot every once in a while, but it's all for the worse when he gets confident and bricks five in a row.

Yeah, whatevs. Like I said, hater.

Lol, you can't even make an attempt to defend him. Someone's nostalgic.

Lol, I don't need to defend him. Your comments are subjective and not based in reality. His 3pt% for last year was at .396, which is right on par from his 3pt% of 2000, when the Kobe, Shaq, Fisher Lakers won their first championship. So your comments about bricking shots and degrading performance are baseless. Instead of wasting my time saying all that, it was quicker to give the abridged version and simply state that you're a hater. But now you've gone and fucked that up as well. :D

Check out his field goal percentages in the past three years. Feel free to LOL, I know I did too.

I think we should sign Michael Cooper. He just knows the ins and outs of the game, can really provide that veteran leadership.

Fgp from the past three years? .424, .380, .389, which like his 3pt%, is on par with what he's done throughout his career. Surely you have something more substantial than that?



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I like Fish, he's never been a flashy player or a superstar, and it's true what he does best is in the leader role, the things below the rim. But it is true that he can't keep up with the fiery young point guards anymore. I see the Lakes shipping him off to a non-contender sometime soon, especially since he is the bitching point for most fans.
I loved Fish his first couple years back. He just doesn't have it anymore. I would equate his play now to what we Broncos fans have in Brian Dawkins.


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