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Artest to sign with Lakers

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Artest > Ariza, but Trevor made some really good plays for us and I will miss his defensive skills, but he wants to go where he's "needed" the most.

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I agree 140%. I f**king hate the Lakers!!!!! I cant stand these bastards man, always pull poo like this off. They win a title in '82 and get the #1 pick and take James Worthy!!!! A HOFer. Getting Abdul Jabbar from Milwaukee. Raping the Hornets for Kobe, Pau Gasol for Kwame Brown, seems like the Lakers are always taking sorry ass small market teams best players and trading away their garbage for them. The fact that Ariza chose Houston stinks like a mudder f**ker. Artest is a guy I really respect as a basketball player, but him joining the Lakers makes him a SELLOUT to me. I pray to my maker that the Bobcats sweep these clowns again next year.

In the words of someone much smarter than me, "Don't hate the player, hate the game."

It's not the Lakers fault that the league is set up the way it is. Should they not try and improve? Anyway, get ready for a repeat and then a threepeat. :D

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