No tears seem to express. No words seem to explain. My heart has sunken into my gut As the world is hooded with pain.
A jack of many trades. A master of them all. An artist in the greatest form Whose paintbrush was a ball.
This life makes little sense. Souls taken far too soon. We must cherish the ones we love Because our time, we cannot choose.
The Mamba lives forever, In the hearts of old and young. The hope you gave to many Will be shared for years to come.
The memories will never fade. Your legacy will live on. A hero of the game we love, But a legend far beyond.
My heart is broken and I wrote this. The only thing I could think to do was to share it because so many people are feeling the way I'm feeling right now. Lost. Confused. Sad. Angry. But we have to remember that we are stronger in numbers and we're all grieving together so I hope ya'll enjoy this.
Where Phil's ship set sails With the biggest whales His legend has tales And he spouts no fails In the depth of nails His hammer has gales With winding winds of hales He keeps to his trails Leaving quests that impales Five consecutive NBA finals scales With LeBron and Leonard's pails He fetches more water to rescales With Lakers, his thirst now flails Bringing hope his ship prevails
The Lakers brought in forner assistant coach Phil Handy from the NBA champions Toronto. One there is hope he brings in a winning mindset, one that's contagious, especially ferreting out the best in his players. Two there is hope LeBron's drive is fueled. With five consecutive NBA finals appearances with Cleveland and Toronto he certainly has a good track record and foundation to build on with the Lakers.
six seasons awash another spring ******* bus streaking playground
To say that the LA Lakers of the NBA is in a crisis is an understatement. Six years of no rain. Or sunshine. Six consecutive years of unhappy faces of fans enduring one bus short of a barn. No playoff appearances, nothing, but a bus being stripped of its parts. When you look at the Lakers then, when the father (Jerry Buss) ran the franchise, and now it's hard not to refute that the current Buss' (six siblings that have 66% ownership of the Lakers), led by Jeanie are a bunch of toy clones of the father. Since the father died in 2013 the Lakers management has been tinkering not thinking.