|"Sorry homeboy but I gotta do this to you!"|
So I guess the Lakers have picked up some bad habits huh bruh! After getting the doors blown off of them in New York 116-107 on Thursday night we can officially call them losers. Believe me homeboy, the score was in no way indicative of the mauling that Kobe and his boyz got at Madison Square Garden. By the end of the first quarter the Knicks were up 41-27 and the joint was about to turn into a complete carjacking. The only thing that saved them from being worked over and not being able to be identified was the fact that Melo got hurt (ankle) and had to leave the game.
This dun scored 30 points in 22 minutes and was launching boyz from Penn Station! He wasn’t even in the building on half of the shots that he took. Ole boy was in a zone last night and the Lakers looked like they were prepared to take it. Their body language to a man including Kobe said, “Thank you big brother sir! May I have another?” The whole team was in the cut all night. Sure, they made a run after Melo left the game but they still looked like a beaten team even during the late comeback.
Now that they’re losing it’s gonna take a change in mentality to get them back on track. Maybe they need to hire Phil to do some consulting work 3 days a week to remind them of where they went wrong. Maybe he can put on his 11 rings and roller skate through the building on that bad hip singing some Leona Lewis, "I'm the best you ever had." I can hear him now, "I was so in love with you, There was nothing I could do, Wouldn't give me the time of day, Now you wanna be with me." He's got on the full purple and gold cat suit with the pom poms hanging off of the skates too.
All of the experts say that it takes 21 days to form a habit so the Lakers are well on their way. In a few more days boyz will be able to just show up and beat these cats because there won’t be any fight left. It’s like the old drunk standing in front of the liquor store and some dumb kids run up and take his cart that he keeps all of his belongings in. He’s so out of it that he doesn’t even fight for it. That’s the Lake Show at this point bruh!
My man Aristotle would be disappointed in these cats right now because they’ve always listened to him especially when he said, “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit.” That has always made sense to them as an organization and now that Jerry’s son Jim is running the joint they’re listening to duns like Lil’ Wayne when he’s on the syrup.
What’s so crazy is that Laker fans keep banking on the fact that 137 year old Steve Nash may be coming back not understanding that he’s a complete liability on defense. This joint is a train wreck and it’s a shame that Kobe has to get caught up on it as he finishes his career. On some real talk, he could just jump off and nobody would blame him! Well I would, because I love watching all these trash talking Laker fans hide from boyz right now!
It's like when ole boy "C" in the movie a Bronx Tale was chasing his partner around because he owed him $20 and Sonny said, "Think of it this way C, it cost you $20 to get rid of him." Now we don't have to listen to these duns talk crazy all year. We just have to listen to delusional Knicks fans now because they don't understand that Melo and Amare' can't play together. So when they both are healthy come playoff time they'll be a joke again!
Holla At Ya Boy!
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