Money Trees And Hoodrat Dreams.
Your Daughter's Tied Up In A Brooklyn Basement
Come on -_-
Case in point: Devin Ebanks, and Lamar Odom and Andrew Bynum in last year’s series vs. the Dallas Mavericks
I mean, it’s a 7-game series, no need for this immature sore-loser act. Come on now Lakers, you can’t win them all! You can always take next game or the games at home!
I’m still fretting over the “what-ifs” and the “what could have beens” because I’ll keep repeating this phrase: “The Nets are not a bad team, they’re just not elite yet!”
That quote was actually spoken by Stephen A. Smith.
I honestly laugh when fans of other teams think that their teams have injuries…like b***h have you seen the Nets’ injuries? They actually just lost yet another player in this Nets Lakers game in Johan Petro
I’m going to keep saying that they’re a good team when healthy. Because they are. Even with the injury problem, they have a better away record than good teams like the Lakers, Clippers, Mavericks, Celtics, 76ers, Pacers, and Knicks!
Problem is their home record is ass. Only the Hornets and Bobcats, who are at the bottom of their respective conferences, have worse records (not hating on them, because I know what it feels like to be a fan whose team was at the bottom. Just saying, fans of these teams are the most loyal. You can make fun of their record, but you definitely can’t make fun of their loyalty.)
and how undermanned the Center position is with the Nets with 2 centers already out…
Wait scratch that, make it 3 Centers out because Johan Petro just went out with an injury.
I laugh when fans of other teams think that their teams have injuries…inb4 I name the injured list of the Nets.
The New Jersey Nets have won 10 games on the road. Their away record is better than or equal to:
Problem is, the Nets have only won 6 games at home. Only the Charlotte Bobcats and the New Orleans Hornets have worse home records.
Deron Williams and Anthony Morrow blame the structure of the Prudential Center as to why they do not shoot as well at home. They do not like the specific backdrop of the stands in the Prudential Center.
When Madison Square Garden was under construction, the New York Liberty of the WNBA played in the Prudential Center in Newark. Their field goal percentage also took a huge dip.
Deron Williams and Anthony Morrow could be right.
Kobe Bryant’s mask:
Or calling Ron Artest, this guy
"Metta World Peace"