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Artest releases mix-tape after loss to Cavs

Posted on: February 17, 2011 1:17 pm
Artest responds to embarassing loss  to Cavaliers by dropping mix-tape. 
Posted by Matt Moore

Even though NBA players are numb to the grind of the 82-game season, some losses really make you sit down and evaluate your play. For example, the Los Angeles Lakers' loss to the lowly Cavs Wednesday night no doubt inspired a team-wide understanding that such an effort is not acceptable. It probably took the players until today to be able to put that one down.

Or not. 

Ron Artest, surprise surprise, took to Twitter last night following the game to really deal with where the Lakers are at in the season. And by that I mean "to drop a mixtape no one really cares about."  Artest tweeted a link to the promo following the game, then commented on the loss saying he "wished (he) could have helped more." 

But then on Thursday, he actually really focused on improving going into the All-Star Break. Which is why he shared this promo for the party he's holding this weekend! Yeah!

This is just fun and games since these things were planned well in advance of the Lakers' debacle in Cleveland, and after all, it's just one game in February. As always, this team underwhelms when faced with adversity, but in the end, will always have the payroll to provide the talent necessary to make a run for the title. 

Of course, whether or not Ron Ron is a Laker by this time next week is a whole other question. 

Since: Oct 1, 2010
Posted on: February 18, 2011 6:33 am

Artest won game seven last year to GET A TITLE

In other words less then a year ago he saved the Lakers from a bad game from KObe.  I am no big fan, but don't say ridicules things.  Artest will win a title before Leconn does

Since: Oct 1, 2010
Posted on: February 18, 2011 6:30 am

Artest wears his baseball cap like a normal Human

So does Ice T. 
Only White kids wear their hats slightly to the side and 

Since: Aug 23, 2006
Posted on: February 17, 2011 2:29 pm

Artest releases mix-tape after loss to Cavs

Ron Ron best days are behind him now and the Lakers are stuck with him nobody in there right mind would trade for Ron Ron. He still plays great D but is just a role player making starters money if the Lakers were smart they would have only signed Ron Ron for 3 years so that they could get out of this deal no later than next season now they are just stuck with him and yes believe me when I tell you this  He is a better rapper than he is a B-Ball player and thats not saying much 

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