Originally written on In The Neutral Zone  |  Last updated 11/19/14
Things went just about perfect for Los Angelas Lakers fans last night when they traveled to Houston and defeated the Rockets 99-98 with a last second shot from Steve Blake.  Oh, and did I mention the game winning shot was in the face of Lakers public enemy #1 Dwight Howard? That wasn’t the only kick Lakers fans got out of Dwight.  Watch as Superman himself tries to run away from defenders so not to get fouled like he’s playing a game of tag in middle school.  This is just embarrassing Mr. Howard.   James Harden just lit into Jeremy Lin for his last shot. Beverly and McHale had to signal to him to calm down. — Yannis Koutroupis (@YannisHW) November 8, 2013   James Harden was pissed off at Jeremy Lin during the game for taking a shot with the clock winding down.  It looks like on the possession that Harden completely ignores the play called from Lin leaving him hanging.  Lin had a questionable game.  He decided earlier in the game to hog the ball on a fast break when he had a wide open Harden trailing for a dunk.  Lin missed the shot and then both free throws.  How dare he hog the ball from the King Ball Hog himself, Harden.  Still, terrible decision by Linsanity (does that still even exist?). 7 total views, 7 views today

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