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Wednesday, January 30th, 2008 at 9:30 am  |  27 responses

Hey, Laker Fans: Guess What?

Yeah, it’s another injury: Luke Walton left the Lakers’ comeback win against the Knicks last night because of a hip pointer.

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  • Tarzan Cooper

    why did i have to fill in my name?

  • Milan

    At least Vujacic was baaaaaaaallin’.

    Too bad he doesn’t want to play for the national team. We don’t need him anyway.

  • http://slamonline.com Holly MacKenzie

    Haah. All I can do is laugh at this point. This is getting ridiculous.

  • http://the-second-coming.blogspot.com The Second Coming

    it’s karma for the whole kobe trade thing. Or insentive for J-kidd?

  • http://slamonline.com/online/2007/10/game-notes-boston-and-minnesota-at-london/ Keith

    Oh man. Tough break #3 for the Lakers. They’re just not catching a break right now. And you know…just KNOW…that Kobe is going to take a ton of blame for this. not directly but because he won’t be able to lead his depleted squad to a winning record while they’re all out.

  • http://amboavahy.blogspot.com Tsiry

    He was useless anyway…

  • thesubwayconnection

    Yay! It was only Luke.

  • http://Odenized.com Ryne Nelson

    Ronny Turiaf is ballin’ in the place of all these frontcourt these front court starters. I keep saying, if they can play the Knicks every night from here on out, they’ll be fine.

  • Lz – Cphfinest3

    I blame Kobe!

  • http://Odenized.com Ryne Nelson

    Walt was a decent player. I’m sure the Lakers could use the extra body at this point.

  • Sizzle

    who´s next? kobe?

  • http://Odenized.com Ryne Nelson

    Even Sasha sustained a big blow to the chin. And I remember Kobe also got injured in the Dallas game.

  • http://Odenized.com Ryne Nelson

    Is there going to be a Post Up this morning?

  • http://myspace.com/bodiebarnett jbn74sb

    Good. He has made Kwame look like an all-star this year.

  • rob stewart

    Maybe they should look into getting Gerald Green

  • maio

    I’m not buying it. They have given up and are aiming for that 16th pick in the 2008 Draft.

  • http://theghostofroyhobbs.blogspot.com Mo Charlo

    I wonder what Bill has to say about all this.

  • Jake

    Is it wrong for a 20 year old man-boy to cry at something like this?Or wait,maybe this is my chance at stardom!Quick,someone give me Mitch Kupchack’s Number

  • eyehatedirk

    It’s karma for the way Phil Jackson handled that Suns game this year and for Kobe being a jerk.

  • Phil B

    man, i hate the l*kers, but this just isn’t fair (of course, neither is having kobe on your team). i would rather them lose with a full roster than lose only some of their players.

  • Reggie Evans

    eyehatedirk – good karma? because the way luke walton’s been playing, his injury will help the lakers.

  • http://sdfjkl.com Jukai

    Don’t worry though, Mbengu is gonna start balling like crazy in the next few games.

  • john

    wat can i say. injuries love da lakers da cant stay away

  • http://nba.com tt

    I can’t believe how many people believe it’s Kobe’s fault. lol

  • Gani

    time for odom and radmanovic to start stepping up their games and being a bit more consistent or else the black mamba might start talking trades again.

  • http://wheeltoheal.blogspot.com Pat Is Five

    more offense for farmar!

  • http://www.friendster.com/sesa Sesa

    I think the Lakers’ offense will be fine, in fact they still had enough shooter and slasher to score. The problem is still defense.
    I’d still chose to start Lamar, Turiaf and Kwame(I don’t see anybody else) to toughen up the defense.
    But the problem is that they don’t have a decent defensive backup. What’s left of it was only Radmanovic and Mbenga.

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