LOL That was pretty good patmcfar8, except you still need some work dogg.
THE KINGS OVERCOME IT! MINI ME PREVAILS, AND THE IRISH BOY FAILS! BWAHAHAHAHA!!!
No, I'm not gonna say that now it is fixed for the Kings. What I am going to say is that DESPITE NBC, the refs, the WWE, Vince Mcmahon, and david Stern's efforts to make these lakers a new dynasty ($$$), the Kings have just killed them. The refs were bullsh8t once again and called everything in favor of the Fakers.
You guys STILL don't get it.
Ok, you have basketball which is a game, sport right? You can't just AUTOMATICALLY say "Ok, you guys win, tell the other team not to come". In the WWE (NBA), you got guys who are out there trying to play and win, and they aren't going along with things. Most team's aren't gonna just stop trying to play, but what happens is you have the league's front office making sure that the refs are sucking the Laker's cocks (sorry for that reference, but I had to use it). That means it's gonna be hard to overcome the officiating of the game and pull off a win.
Let me give you a kind of analogy that might help explain it a bit. My high school's men's bball team were ranked very high in the USA TODAY Top 25 in the nation in '99, I think #7 or something and the only loss was to Christ The King at the Slam Dunk to the Beach Tournament (where all the best teams are invited to play). They absolutely rolled through the state tourney and were beating everybody in Ohio by 30-40 points, even the best teams. Here they are championship game and what happens. I heard that our center took a bribe to lose the game. I also heard that a few others were approached. I believe it was our starting 5 that were approached. Here's the deal. Our C and PF took the bribes. Our PG, SG, and SF didnt take the bribes. The C who was the leading scorer all year managed only 2 pts and fouled out o the game early. The other one played poorly too. Meanwhile, Sidney was amazing and scored I think 24 (the game was extremely low scoring), and I heard he was very vocal in turning down the bribe. The result: a loss.
I don't know if that really explains anything, just kinda makes me mad that it happened.
I think the officiating has been much better this year and that has a lot of effect on the Kings being up 3-2. A lot better than the last 2 years I can tell you.