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NBA Playoffs Rd 2: Houston Rockets vs. Los Angeles Lakers

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  1. 1. Who will win?

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Convincing 40 point ass whoopin' of the Rockets tonight. Who knows which teams will show up game 6.

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C'mon Lake, game 6, let's finish these rockets. Here's to Kobe Bean draining shots in the hoop all friggin game tonight.

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They're goin 7

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Rockets force Game 7!!!

Lake Show gave up the ass again tonight. Aaron Brooks continued to run wild and light up the Lakers PG's. Rockets opened the game with a 23-1 lead behind Luis Scola's 24 point 12 rebound performance tonight. Game 7 will be in Staples on Sunday. Be honest Laker fans, the Lake Show dont look championship caliber this year.

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Andrew Bynum 19 minutes, 0 points tonight. I used to think this guy was a poor man's Brendan Haywood, but the way he's playing right now I wouldnt even consider him that. Absolute NON FACTOR this playoffs.

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Game 6 of the Western Conference semifinal series between the Los Angeles Lakers and Houston Rockets was the most watched basketball game ever on ESPN.

The Rockets’ 95-80 victory on Thursday drew 7.35 million viewers, topping the 6.6 million that watched Miami beat Detroit in Game 6 of the 2006 Eastern Conference finals.

The game earned a 5.4 national rating and a 16.0 rating in Houston, ESPN’s highest local rating for an NBA telecast. ESPN’s audience for its six conference semifinal games is up 16 percent from last year.

The rating is the percentage of all homes with televisions tuned into a program, while the share is the percentage of all TVs in use at the time.

http://sports.yahoo.com/nba/news;_ylt=AnLljctFp6FnUHYWJ6vYsEDqxLsF?slug=ap-rockets-lakersratings&prov=ap&type=lgns

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Andrew Bynum 19 minutes, 0 points tonight. I used to think this guy was a poor man's Brendan Haywood, but the way he's playing right now I wouldnt even consider him that. Absolute NON FACTOR this playoffs.

Yeah KT, Bynum has not been himself since returning from the injury. He was really kicking ass this year before he got hurt. Maybe he can play himself into form and this post season he'll contribute unlike last year when he was out the entire time with the bad knee.

A lot of Laker fans are none too pleased Bynum was "rehabbiing" at the Playboy Mansion. Kid seems to have a focus problem, but didn't we all at the age of 21? Still tremendous upside for Bynum.

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Rehab :P

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He's still got upside. I think the thing thats hurt him most right now is his confidence. He got benched in that Utah series by Phil and he just hasnt seemed to get into the game since. He LIVES in foul trouble.

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CYA next year.

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Bynum in game 7= 22 minutes, 14 points on 6-7 shooting and 6 boards. That'll get 'er done.

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