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MFB take a look at some of the "Hate-Maps" that have surfaced recently. The Bruins seem to be hated the most domestically, AND around the world. Patriot hate is strong in Asia and South America. MFB and the callers try to posit some theories as to why these trends have developed.
Cleveland Cavaliers 2. Milwaukee Bucks 3. Philadelphia 76ers 4. Orlando Magic 5. Utah Jazz 6. Boston Celtics 7. Los Angeles Lakers 8. Sacramento Kings 9. Charlotte Hornets 10. Philadelphia 76ers 11. Denver Nuggets 12. Orlando Magic 13. Minnesota
really make any kind of sense in a basketball concept. This feels like a pipe dream. Chris Paul , on the other hand ... LOS ANGELES LAKERS Trade Potential: Oh hello, Andrew Bynum . One of the few players that would make any kind of sense for the Magic in
the league. See what some of the best in the game expect from the Celtics in the second half of the season: Pau Gasol, Los Angeles Lakers “[I expect] fight, probably a lot of fight. They have to maximize their chances and I’m expecting a lot of fight out of them
NOW 1. Boston Celtics – Haven’t truly been dethroned as world champs since KG didn’t suit up for playoffs. 2. Los Angeles Lakers – Kobe, Pau and Ron Artest. That’s a tough trio to match. 3. San Antonio Spurs – A healthy Manu and the addition of Jefferson
not a whole lot of basketball left. TOP 10 PLAYERS REMAINING IN POSTSEASON 1. LeBron James, Cleveland 2. Kobe Bryant, Los Angeles Lakers 3. Dwyane Wade Miami 4. Chauncey Billups, Denver 5. Paul Pierce, Boston 6. Dwight Howard, Orlando 7. Yao Ming
before the perennial NBA All-Star finally re-discovered his silky smooth shooting stroke just in time to knock off the Los Angeles Lakers in the NBA Finals. But the Celtics can’t afford to wait for Allen to find his shot this time. Not with Kevin Garnett likely
direction of the team. “I love Jim & Jeanie Buss, but we need Phil Jackson to be the face of our great organization, the Los Angeles Lakers ,” Johnson wrote in a series of tweets. “Kobe Bryant is the face of the Lakers’ team. Who is the face of the Lakers
21 was retired by the Celtics in 1966. Sharman went on to coach the San Francisco Warriors from 1966 to 1968 and the Los Angeles Lakers from 1971 to 1976. In his first season with the Lakers, he led the team to its first NBA title in Los Angeles. The year
WALTHAM — From the moment Dahntay Jones fouled Kobe Bryant on Wednesday night, causing Bryant to badly roll his right ankle, it seemed everyone had an opinion, including Kobe himself. No foul was called but the NBA admitted Friday that one should’ve been called in the game won by the Hawks over ...
The Celtics and Lakers "have engaged in preliminary trade discussions" about a deal that would send Rajon Rondo to Los Angeles and bring Dwight Howard to Boston, according to CBSSports.com's Ken Berger. Since Rondo makes $11 million in salary and Howard makes $19.5 million, the Celtics would have
Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett stood shoulder-to-shoulder on the Garden parquet, laughing side-by-side as Gino danced his ridiculous dance on the Jumbotron. The former had submitted his finest performance against the Lakers since walking off the same floor with an NBA Finals MVP trophy. The latter