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2012-13 Los Angeles Lakers Thread

Jordan Hill looking great out there. He's everywhere and doing everything.
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Originally posted by marshniners24:
Lol stomped on it...

I'm not saying he did it on purpose, but that's exactly what happened. He had all his weight on that foot, going for the ball, and he straight up stomped on it.

You make it sound like it was on purpose doe
Originally posted by marshniners24:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Originally posted by marshniners24:
Lol stomped on it...

I'm not saying he did it on purpose, but that's exactly what happened. He had all his weight on that foot, going for the ball, and he straight up stomped on it.

You make it sound like it was on purpose doe

Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Jordan Hill looking great out there. He's everywhere and doing everything.


Love me some Jordan Hill dude was great off the bench
I know it's preaseason but...
Originally posted by marshniners24:
I know it's preaseason but...


Originally posted by sincalfaithful:
Originally posted by marshniners24:
I know it's preaseason but...



Can't see on my phone
Lakers take the lead halfway through the 2nd quarter after being down 11.




I still don't give a s**t because it's the preseason. lol
Maybe the kings just aren't garbage
Originally posted by marshniners24:
Maybe the kings just aren't garbage

Good luck with that.
lol
NBA Season!!


KOBEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
My fellow Laker fans the season is upon us.....the only question is if any of us will actually get to watch this awesome team they've put together. I know if you're in the la area and don't have Time Warner (or a small amount of charter and Verizon customers) You're pretty much screwed in terms of watching the games. I live in Northern California and through the great invention of nba league pass have been able to watch every game the past 5 years. Last week I canceled my league pass because nobody could give me a definitive answer as to whether or not i'd be able to watch them without blackouts as there is some talk that even if you're out of the blackout area you can't watch because time Warner cable owns the rights. I know some of you are in the same predicament, just wanted to know if any one else has heard anything. I refuse to pay $179 and still not be able to watch the chase for Kobe's 6th.
Originally posted by JDeezy:
My fellow Laker fans the season is upon us.....the only question is if any of us will actually get to watch this awesome team they've put together. I know if you're in the la area and don't have Time Warner (or a small amount of charter and Verizon customers) You're pretty much screwed in terms of watching the games. I live in Northern California and through the great invention of nba league pass have been able to watch every game the past 5 years. Last week I canceled my league pass because nobody could give me a definitive answer as to whether or not i'd be able to watch them without blackouts as there is some talk that even if you're out of the blackout area you can't watch because time Warner cable owns the rights. I know some of you are in the same predicament, just wanted to know if any one else has heard anything. I refuse to pay $179 and still not be able to watch the chase for Kobe's 6th.

Charter Cable & Verizon Fios got a deal done yesterday. I expect the other carriers to follow suit soon.
Originally posted by LA9erFan:
Originally posted by JDeezy:
My fellow Laker fans the season is upon us.....the only question is if any of us will actually get to watch this awesome team they've put together. I know if you're in the la area and don't have Time Warner (or a small amount of charter and Verizon customers) You're pretty much screwed in terms of watching the games. I live in Northern California and through the great invention of nba league pass have been able to watch every game the past 5 years. Last week I canceled my league pass because nobody could give me a definitive answer as to whether or not i'd be able to watch them without blackouts as there is some talk that even if you're out of the blackout area you can't watch because time Warner cable owns the rights. I know some of you are in the same predicament, just wanted to know if any one else has heard anything. I refuse to pay $179 and still not be able to watch the chase for Kobe's 6th.

Charter Cable & Verizon Fios got a deal done yesterday. I expect the other carriers to follow suit soon.

I'm pretty sure the games won't be blacked out for out of area league pass. The NBA has the right to pull all the broadcasts for league pass, minus the national televised games on ESPN, TNT, and ABC.
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