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All season long, Magic Johnson has been going hard in the paint at the Lakers franchise. His most recent shot came Tuesday night during ESPN’s Christmas night broadcast of Clippers vs. Nuggets. “I thought I would never, ever see Showtime again, and I was the architect of Showtime. The Clippers? That’s Showtime.” Calling the Clippers [...]
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Magic Johnson, who played a more than integral role in the "Showtime" Lakers teams of the 1980s, believes that the Clippers are the team that currently deserves that moniker.
In an interesting article by Larry Brown Sports, the “other” Los Angeles basketball team is showing more signs of being the new era “Showtime” from a statement made by the originator of the Showtime style of basketball from the 80′s.
According to Earvin “Magic” Johnson, who was the clear face of the Showtime era of the Lakers in the 80′s, he said,
I thought I would...
The words could have came from the Pope himself and it still wouldn’t have had the same impact. Last night, Magic Johnson aka the greatest Laker of all time, declared that showtime was back in LA. The brand of basketball where speed, passing, and high-flying acrobatics fill the Hollywood air with excitement and … Continue reading »
Fortunately, Magic Johnson could never be hated by Los Angeles Lakers fans, but sometimes it seems like he’s trying his hardest to get their goat.
The legendary Laker said the Clippers, not the Lakers, are the new Showtime. Johnson declared that after the Clippers won their franchise-record 14th straight win.
“I thought I would never, ever see Showtime again. And I was the architect...
Next spring, will mark 21-years since Larry Bird last played in an NBA contest. After bringing “Celtics Pride” back to Boston, while he and his friend and rival Magic Johnson, veritably saved the Association; the small forward’s career did not end the way that he had envisioned in his dreams. His body had betrayed him, his game was no longer consistent and his role on the team...