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Metta World Peace Thinks Lakers Can Go 73-9 to Break Bulls Record

by Robert Littal | Posted on Tuesday, September 18th, 2012
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We all have dreams.

Here is what the artist formerly known as Ron Artest had to say.

“We definitely want to beat the Bulls record and go 73-9, that’s definitely something that I want to do. Whoever is out there at the beginning of the season then we gotta get it. It’s as simple as that. We just have to go get it. (Host: So that Bulls record is something you’re thinking about?) No question. You try to snatch records before you leave this earth. You gotta try to do a lot of great things so it’s definitely a goal. With Dwight Howard, [Steve] Nash, Kobe [Bryant], myself, Pau [Gasol] and then [Antawn] Jamison and a lot of great additions, it’s something that’s possible.”

Dwight Howard probably will miss the start of the season and while the Lakers are going to be good, it is unrealistic to think they will be 95-96 Bulls good.

Doesn’t matter if they go 73-9 or 50-32, the most important thing is winning the title or frankly these offseason moves didn’t mean anything.

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