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  • "You go through a long season and you're not thinking today's the last day," said ESPN analyst Kurt Rambis, who played in two Game 7s with the Lakers in 1984 and `88. "That one, it is a real defining moment. There are a lot of emotions that you go through thinking about the what-ifs of you winning and what-ifs of you losing. You start thinking about everything you went through to get to that point. It's clear that it's over with after today."

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  • Thing is, they were seldom celebrated — unless, as in the case of uberdork Kurt Rambis of the Los Angeles Lakers and his Rambis Youth cult fan following, said celebration was laced with hipster irony.

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