Lakers Tweets Of The Week: Lakers Eliminated But Playoffs Continue

The Lakers’ season is over, and the players had a couple of words to tell the world about the way their season ended and what the future holds. Check out what the fans had to say about the Lakers’ season ending and what they expect in the 2013-2014 NBA season.

1. We can’t wait for next season!

2. Thanks for putting your body and soul into this season, Dwight.

3. Go to work Mitch Kupchak.

4. We love you, Pau. We hope to you’ll be wearing the purple and gold next season!

5. Mark Jackson says that the Warriors wouldn’t be in the second round if it wasn’t for God. Now that the Warriors will face the Spurs, will Mark Jackson keep praying?

6. Kobe Bryant’s mother wants to auction off some of Kobe’s memorabilia worth an estimated $1.5 millions dollars, and Kobe finally tweets about the legal issues with his mother.

7. We can’t wait to see how much stronger you come back, Kobe.

8. Does this mean the Celtics need to rebuild?

9. LeBron James wins his 4th MVP in five years.

10. Life is about having courage.

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In case you missed it, here is Mike D’Antoni from his exit interview earlier this week.

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