NBA Playoffs 2011: Why the West Needs to Fear L.A. Lakers X-Factor, Andrew Bynum

April 11th, 2011 by rich fernandes Leave a reply »
Ouch! The L.A. Lakers’ are on an atrocious and untimely five game losing streak with the playoffs just around the corner, and their grip on the second seed is loosening substantially by the minute. 

The sky seems to be falling down on Tinsel Town with just two games left in the regular season.

Next at bat are the San Antonio Spurs and on deck are the Sacramento Kings, and both are capable of beating the fumbling, bumbling Lakers—the Spurs will play them hard like it’s game seven of the championship final and the Kings will play them as if they’ve got nothing to lose.

Gasp! Their current horrendous losing streak has completely overshadowed the incredible string of wins the Lakers soldiered through during the month of March that almost landed them the No. 1 seed.

Sigh! And the Miami Heat just kicked the hell out of the Boston Celtics’ collective butts and despite Chicago’s success as the No. 1 seed, Miami is on a momentum run with only three losses in their last 16 games. 

The Heat are fulfilling their end of the bargain as they forge a blazing path toward the Heat-Or-Three-Peat&rs ...

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