Leonardo DiCaprio, Kevin Connolly Draw Up Failing Plays for Phil Jackson, Lakers

Leonardo DiCaprio, Kevin Connolly Draw Up Failing Plays for Phil Jackson, Lakers Assuming Leonardo DiCaprio and Kevin Connolly‘s courtside seats run at least five figures a pop, I guess the two actors were entitled to draw up a few plays for Phil Jackson‘s Lakers.

Boston’s departed fictional son Billy Costigan, and Vinny Chase‘s right-hand man Eric Murphy were no help to the Lakers as the Celtics took them down in Hollywood in Game 2.

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Leonardo DiCaprio, Kevin Connolly Draw Up Failing Plays for Phil Jackson, Lakers

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“I do remember. He had it going. I think as a child,
those are some of my favorite memories, just being a fan of MJ and the
things he did in the playoffs and in the Finals. That’s something
that’s going to stand out in my mind for the rest of my life. I know we
have a great challenge as players now to imprint these good things on
kids growing up in the world. So I’m glad that we’re able to do this.”
–Ray Allen, referring to his record-setting night in which he eclipsed a Michael Jordan NBA Finals mark for most 3-pointers in a half

Comment of the Day

Soccer — er, futbol — fans are kind of passionate about the World Cup, eh?

“To me without Drogba, my world cup is over! God Should realy Intervene.Am gona miss Essien;this double tragedy is unacceptable.Didier if you are able to read this please encourage yourself to get well soon and completely.Blessings from God for Africa to you.Maama Nalongo.Bugiri,Uganda.”
–emaset

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