Lakers Tweets Of The Week: Fans React To Lakers vs Spurs Playoff Series

Sad or disappointing season for the Los Angeles Lakers? With so many injuries throughout the regular season, injuries to Steve Blake and Steve Nash in the first round of the playoffs was no surprise. It’s clear that as one of the most talented teams in the NBA, the Lakers could not catch a break and remain healthy to be a valuable contender in the NBA playoffs. The San Antonio Spurs lead the series 3-0 and look to take the sweep on Sunday at Staples Center. No team has ever came back from a 3-0 deficit to advance to the next round.

1. It would have been nice if the media did not hype up Kobe’s tweeting during games. Fans love to know what the Mamaba is thinking during game time.

2. No argument there.

3. Is Phil trolling? Can’t blame him.

4. Blame Hollywood?

5. He was the MVP in the D-League. But it’s a little too late.

6. Painful, indeed.

7. Lakers, till death do us part.

8. You have to love statistics.

9. Don’t we all.

10. It is sad to see that the Lakers couldn’t play to their full potential due to injuries.

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