The Greatest Coach of All-Time is Still Human

May 25th, 2010 by Carl Cockerham Leave a reply »
After going through the Suns like a hot knife through butter for two games and the first quarter of Game Three, what on God's green earth happened to the Lakers last night?

Sure, the Suns were at home, but the Lakers were in clear control of the game. At one point you can hear the Lakers fans more than the Suns fans in their house.

Forward Lamar Odom pulled another disappearing act after two beast-like performances, but we are use to that. Andrew Bynum got in early foul trouble and disappeared as well. The "Black Mamba" did his thing again with 36-11-9. Running mate Pau Gasol had 23 points. D-Fish even had 18 and was three-for-six from behind the arch.

So what happened?

Amare Stoudemire decided to try to make up for the first two games with a 42 point, 11 rebound performance. Steve "Mr. Pick and Roll" Nash was okay with 17 points and 15 assists. Jason Richardson had 19 points as he hit big shots down the stretch. Ron Lopez got himself into the mix with a surprising 20 points. I didn't see that coming from him, but that's not the story.

Phil Jackson got out-coached!

I can hardly believe it. 

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