Re: Ron Artest frustrated with celtics...
posted at 8/28/2010 10:06 PM EDT
In Response to Re: Ron Artest frustrated with celtics...
[QUOTE]In Response to Re: Ron Artest frustrated with celtics... : You really have nerve STALKING me. I have no idea what you are talking about. I live in LA, and plenty of colleagues of mine who are lakers fans KNOW the truth.
And plenty of people in the world know the truth. #5 seed is not something to write home about that there is no reason to get a premium player on the roster.
And that is, there would have been no Gasol trade if Bynum didn't get hurt! Delude yourself all you want.[/QUOTE]
And that is, there would still have been the Gasol trade if Bynum didn't get hurt. You can delude yourself all you want.
I defy you to produce ONE article or piece of info that makes another claim.
You mean articles like "I have a bridge to sell you"? Afterall, what's more believable? the truth of decades of NBA physics (the probability of winning as a #5 seed) or what the GM said to the public on a matter related to the well-being of his franchise?
I provided mine, where is yours? [/QUOTE]
Simple physics that a #5 seed should improve itself. Now deny it.
You don't have one because the truth is - no injury, no Gasol! [/QUOTE]
Keep repeating a fallacy doesn't make it true. You should know that.
And this is really funny and you dare not answer it. Has the Celtics ever beaten the Lakers in a series with Kobe, Gasol and Bynum on the lineup? I bet you will dodge it again...
Did you guys know this STALKER once said the Celtics lost on purpose to avoid having to play the lakers in the Finals. You've got some nerve spouting BS like that! OMG is the weekend over yet?
Posted by hedleylamarr[/QUOTE]
Well, you keep stressing this 9-3 nonsense. So, in the years the Lakers won the championship against the Celtics' conquerors, you mean they don't count? So again, does it mean they lost on purpose to avoid losing in the finals? I dare you answer it...