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106th CONGRESS
  2d Session
S. RES. 324

     To commend and congratulate the Los Angeles Lakers for their 
outstanding drive, discipline, and mastery in winning the 2000 National 
                  Basketball Association Championship.


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                   IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES

                             June 20, 2000

  Mrs. Feinstein (for herself and Mrs. Boxer) submitted the following 
             resolution; which was considered and agreed to

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                               RESOLUTION


 
     To commend and congratulate the Los Angeles Lakers for their 
outstanding drive, discipline, and mastery in winning the 2000 National 
                  Basketball Association Championship.

Whereas the Los Angeles Lakers are one of the greatest sports franchises ever;
Whereas the Los Angeles Lakers have won 12 National Basketball Association 
        Championships;
Whereas the Los Angeles Lakers are the second winningest team in National 
        Basketball Association history;
Whereas the Los Angeles Lakers, at 67-15, posted the best regular season record 
        in the National Basketball Association;
Whereas the Los Angeles Lakers have fielded such superstars as George Mikan, 
        Wilt Chamberlain, Jerry West, Elgin Baylor, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Earvin 
        ``Magic'' Johnson, and now, Shaquille O'Neal and Kobe Bryant;
Whereas Shaquille O'Neal led the league in scoring and field goal percentage on 
        his way to winning the National Basketball Association's Most Valuable 
        Player award, winning the IBM Award for greatest overall contribution to 
        a team, and becoming just the sixth player in the history of the game to 
        be a unanimous selection to the All-National Basketball Association 
        First Team;
Whereas Shaquille O'Neal was named Most Valuable Player of the 2000 All Star 
        game, scoring 22 points and collecting 9 rebounds;
Whereas Shaquille O'Neal dominated the 2000 playoffs averaging 38 points per 
        game and winning the Most Valuable Player award in the National 
        Basketball Association Finals;
Whereas Kobe Bryant overcame injuries to average more than 22 points a game in 
        the regular season and be named to the National Basketball Association 
        All-Defensive First Team;
Whereas Kobe Bryant's 8-point performance in the overtime of Game 4 led the Los 
        Angeles Lakers to one of the most dramatic wins in playoff history;
Whereas Coach Phil Jackson, who has won 7 National Basketball Association rings 
        and the highest playoff winning percentage in league history, has proven 
        to be one of the most innovative and adaptable coaches in the National 
        Basketball Association;
Whereas the Los Angeles Lakers epitomize Los Angeles pride with their 
        determination, heart, stamina, and amazing comeback ability;
Whereas the support of all the Los Angeles fans and the people of California 
        helped make winning the National Basketball Association Championship 
        possible; and
Whereas the Los Angeles Lakers have started the 21st century meeting the high 
        standards they established in the 20th century: Now, therefore, be it
    Resolved, That the United States Senate congratulates the Los 
Angeles Lakers on winning the 2000 National Basketball Association 
Championship Title.
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