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The Spurs are in for a tough series, and if they win, will be more worn down than Golden State, which will have a fairly easy time with Portland. Leonard is the solution for Westbrook, but it seemed to wear him down offensively last night. The Spurs don't have anyone who can guard Durant (does anyone?), and the Thunder is obviously having problems with Aldridge. Everything has to fall right for the Spurs to advance to Golden State, and righter still to advance to the...
So far Golden State and SAS have each lost 1 game.
I only saw the second half, but to me the difference was Kawhi klanging shots. Rare- everybody's human.
What an outing by Kershaw today! No doubt the best pitcher in MLB. And a Dodger
The Spurs- WOW. And I had to miss the game.
I'm betting that guy gets hit with a lot of social media.
Only problem is, his contract was up LAST YEAR.The organization believed in him and rewarded him for his hard work. Then he went out and performed above expectations. That's the way it should work in every employment situation.
41. Buckskin Run- Louis L'Amour A collection of Western short stories interspersed with historical accounts of fatal gunfights. Enjoyed this one.
This from the guy who wouldn't give Kawhi the max.I think OKC will be a lot tougher for the Spurs than people think. Lots of problems with defensive matchups, and who do you put on a hot Kanter? Duncan (too slow), Diaw (smallish). (Boban?!)It's somewhat comforting how many leads the Thunder have blown in the 4th quarter.SAS has home court and has been excellent at closing 4th quarters out.But there's also that chip on the Thunder's shoulder.I think the Spurs will win, but...
40. The Tall Stranger- Louis L'Amour Rock Bannon helps lead a wagon train West. A significant number of its participants chose to settle in a valley owned by a rancher. Lead fisticuffs ensue and Bannock makes peace with all parties and settles down in the Valley with the girl and lives happily after. I tend to prefer books L'Amour wrote in the '50s and '60s, but this one (1957) wasn't particularly appealing.
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