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Old 05-10-2012, 06:21 AM   #1
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Default Nuggets use of laptop in playoffs angers Lakers

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According to the Los Angeles Times, L.A. Lakers brass was miffed Tuesday night at what they said was the Nuggets' illegal use of a laptop in a huddle late in the game Tuesday night at the Staples Center.
NBA rules prohibit such action, and organizations can be heavily fined if found guilty of skirting league policy. However, while Nuggets coach George Karl acknowledged the use of a laptop, he said the team was well within the rules.
"We have all of their end-of-game plays on a laptop," Karl said. "Now, we didn't use it last night. But you're allowed to have a laptop, according to what our memo said. You're allowed to bring scouting preparation information on a laptop."
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Old 05-10-2012, 01:50 PM   #2
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Default Re: Nuggets use of laptop in playoffs angers Lakers

Assuming Lakers take game 6, imagine the headline.

-Lakers use Laptop incident as motivation to close out Nuggets in 6-

Bynum was quoted saying- "It's one thing to say close-out games are kinda easy, but to bring a laptop, man that is just dumb".
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