Another day, another bit of fodder for the Lakers vs. Clippers debate. Actually, make that two bits.
Along with Friday’s news that the Clippers have signed free agent Kenyon Martin, LA Times reporter Gale Holland has distilled her own fan allegiances dilemma down to some unique pick ‘em methodology. And when it comes to tattoos, the comparative discussion inevitably must begin with Lakers forward Matt Barnes:
Barnes has his twin sons’ footprints on his neck and a heavenly mural of his mother, who died in 2007, on his torso. A pair of eyes on his back glares at viewers over “La Famiglia,”a tribute to the Italian half of his heritage. He plans to add the rest of his family tree to what empty space remains below. Barnes said the eyes are a reminder to “watch my back.”
Holland breaks it down position by position. And while FishbowlLA is not in agreement with her final overall tally, it’s very cool to learn who is responsible for memorializing Bob Marley on the Staples Center hardwood.
Full article here.
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