LA LAKERS WINS NBA TITLE

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by JA Conde

Hollywood seems to bery happy now, especially Jack Nicholson and Kobe Bryant. The Los Angeles Lakers won their 15th NBA title just moments ago by defeating the Orlando Magic, with a score of 99-86 and a 4-1 standing  in Orlando, Florida.

The Lakers won their 10th title as Los Angles, having the first 5 in Minneapolis, is also a milestone to someone, Coach Phil Jackson, who succeeded the great Coach Red Auerbach by winning 10 NBA titles, 6 with Chicago, and 4 with LA including a three-peat from 2000-2002, most titles won by a NBA coach. And the two then-unsung rookies of 1996, Alabama’s Derek Fisher and HS sensation Kobe Bryant won together their 4th title, and so as Phil Jackson. Bryant, Fisher, Jackson, and his coaching staff are the only remianants from the 2002 team.

And now Kobe would have not been in trouble anymore, after losing 2 straight appearances, he have worked very hard as he can, despite controversies throughout the years like the rape case, his feud with Shaquille ‘O Neal, and some rumored trades, and so he won the Bill Russell Award (Finals MVP) after scoring 30 points 6 rebounds and five assists. Game 4 hero Derek Fisher dished out 13 points, just thanks to his lefty threes. And other players like Pau Gasol, Lamar Odom, Luke Walton, and Trevor Ariza contributed some points for them to win, which they have prepared really hard, despite trailing during the first half. Here are the scores:

LOS ANGELES (99)- K. Bryant 30, L. Odom 17, T. Ariza 15, P. Gasol 14, D. Fisher 13,  A. Bynum 6, J. Farmar 2, L. Walton 2, S. Vujacic 0

ORLANDO (86)- R. Lewis 18, R. Alston 12, C. Lee 12, H. Turkoglu 12, D. Howard 11, J.J Redick 8, J. Nelson 5, M. Gortat 4, M. Pietrus 4, T. Battie 0

QUARTER SCORES: 26-28, 56-46, 66-61, 99-86

BONUS: Championship videos from CaRBombYADiG.

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  1. June 20th, 2009

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