2010 NBA Champions: Dear World, Laker Fans Do Not Represent All in So Cal

June 18th, 2010 by Johnathan Kroncke Leave a reply »
Los Angeles Laker fans have embarrassed themselves, their town, and their team. Again.

Game Seven of the NBA Finals was an ugly mess. The celebration afterward was far worse.

What started as a gathering of Laker fans basking in the glow of their teams' 16th title quickly turned turned into a senseless mess, complete with all the trappings of a full-blown riot.

First it was small fires in the middle of intersections, then it progressed to tossing traffic cones across streets, and finally the mob devolved into jumping on top of moving cars and brutally attacking other fans in the crowd.

Several people were loaded into ambulances on stretchers. One was beaten unconscious.

Remember, the world was watching tonight. This was the final game, the championship matchup in a storied rivalry between historically great franchises. International stars played crucial roles in this deciding moment.

Millions of eyes were on us. And the best we could show them was a great game, followed by a pitiful group of drunks, degenerates, and low-lifes.

What's worse is that this type of behavior is expected of, even accepted b ...

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