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Lakers Tweetbag #28
I've heard many Lakers say it before, but never Dwight Howard until now: "In the fourth quarter, it's Kobe time."— KEVIN DING (@KevinDing) March 9, 2013
Kobe not afraid of playoffs. He's afraid of something else. "I don't f*** w/ bees, man. Other than that, I'm not afraid of nothing."— Mark Medina (@MarkG_Medina) March 9, 2013
Kobe: "Vino was pouring it on tonight... How many of these cheesy one-liners can I come up with? What the hell."— Arash Markazi (@ArashMarkazi) March 9, 2013
Kobe was asked how long he can keep this up: "The hell if I know."— Mark Medina (@MarkG_Medina) March 9, 2013
Dwight on Stan Van Gundy: "I've always told him if we had a second run together, that would be great"— Dave McMenamin (@mcten) March 9, 2013
Dwight about him and Kobe: "We're just out there playing hard, playing together. We know what we have to do to win."— KEVIN DING (@KevinDing) March 9, 2013
Dwight Howard said Kobe should have walked off the floor to the song "Bad to the Bone" for his performance tonight— Dave McMenamin (@mcten) March 9, 2013
Dwight is trying to get reporters to sing "Bad to the Bone" when Kobe emerges from the Lakers' training room. Dwight did it alone anyway.— KEVIN DING (@KevinDing) March 9, 2013
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The Happenings here at Silver Screen and Roll
- Lakers defeat Raptors in overtime, final score 118-106
- Breakdown: Kobe led the comeback in New Orleans
- Breakdown: Dwight leads the defense against Hornets
- Battling back from deep deficits, the Lakers showed a lot of heart
- Gasol runs for the first time since plantar fascia tear
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