On their best day so far this year I am not sure the Suns are ready to beat the Lakers. We can hate on them all we want but they are now the best defensive team in the league with just a ton of talent, size and championship experience playing together.
Playing them again on the 2nd of a back to back in their house is just wrong. Blow out or not this game doesn't even register in my mind as far as evaluating the Suns.
..unless we win in which case all bets are off and we are throwing a major par-tay!
Other Links from Today
- Schedule Not Doing the Suns Any Favors -- NBA FanHouse
Suns have revived the burn factor -- latimes.com
This might be the worst column I've read in a long long time
azcentral.com blogs - Coro's Suns dish - PaulCoro - Suns try long odds vs. Lakers again
Coro's Suns dish: Have we already seen this movie? Is this Mission Impossible II? The Suns come off a long road trip, play one home game and fly off when it's over to face the world champion Los Angeles Lakers the next day. It was Lakers 121-102 at home Nov. 12 when they...
I really feel for Oden on this one. Just a horrific injury. The picture is gruesome. The Blazers were struggling with some turmoil already around Andre Miller and had already lost Outlaw and Batum. I think it is safe to say that this isn't going to be Portland's year to challenge for the West...
Game 21 Recap: Blazers Win Game, Lose Oden - Blazersedge
Reflections on the Greg Oden injury.
Reaction to Greg Oden's "Likely Season Ending" Left Knee Injury - Blazersedge
Video reaction to Greg Oden's likely season-ending knee injury from Portland Trail Blazers Coach Nate McMIllan and General Manager Kevin Pritchard.