Up In The Air? Time to Panic In L.A.?

May 25th, 2010 by Mark Moore Leave a reply »
They took the U.S. Airways Center floor in the 4th quarter, oozing confidence; the Suns bench had a message for the Lakers, “We are still alive!”

You can’t take away the fact that Kobe was magnificent, especially from behind the arc, matching a career high with 6-of-9 from three point land. Pau Gasol must have forgotten his hardhat in the hotel room when he left for the arena. He showed up once the entire night, with a two handed tip dunk with Amar’e Stoudemire draped all over his back.

The Lakers simply were not the Lakers, or was it the Suns' zone defense which completely dammed the Lakers' flow.

Aren't the Suns supposed to be scared of those legendary Lakers?

Don’t they know their place?

I think the Suns forgot to read that memo where they are said to be inferior.

With a one point gap to start the 4th quarter, Alvin Gentry chose to stick with a squad on the floor consisting entirely of bench players. It can now be looked at as a stroke of genius.

Goran Dragic was huge for the Suns. Derrick Fisher's age really began to show, he couldn't stay in front of the young ...

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