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    update! PREDICTION! LAKERS WOULD HAVE FIRED 2 COACHES IN 1 SEASON

     

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    LAKERS WILL HAVE FIRED 2 COACHES IN 1 SEASON!

    AS OF JANUARY 22nd 2013 the Lakers are not in the playoffs if it started today. Their record is now 17-24.. When are they going to FIRED D.ANTONI....

     

    No matter how you look at it the Lakers are in trouble. With the addition of Howard and a hurt, old, no defense Steve Nash and kobe Bryant has lost a step with a coach the New York Knicks had fired last season in D'ANTONI where are they headed?
    Well I see a 1 round out, at this junction they can not beat Memphis, Clippers, Spurs or OKC they are not even better then these teams.
    When you have the younger Jim Buss screwing up things 1st by not listening to his new center who has not committed to the Lakers long term by not bringing in Phil Jackson as he requested as well Kobe.
    Jm Buss Jr just made a big mess in Laker land last season when he disrespected Brian Shaw by bringing in mike Brown...He let Odom go for NOTHING. Fisher is gone and what you have a shell of a team. Howard is not going to sign with the Lakers, he going right to BROOKLYN next season. This is where Howard wanted to go all along. The LAKERS ARE 9-11 and if the Playoff started today they are not in. How much longer will they realized that PHIL JACKSON WAS THE RIGHT CHOICE!
    And to top it off PAU GASOL either you trade him or play him!

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