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post #16516 of 17995
Timmy's little girl is a cutie pie
post #16517 of 17995
i wonder if now that the big 3 in san antonio got their championship ring at the end of their career they'll stop caring and spurs will get the number 1 pick next year which turns out to be a pick of the decade

or maybe duncan just plays forever at an amazing level and spurs come back to win another championship next year
post #16518 of 17995
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Timmy's little girl is a cutie pie

post #16519 of 17995
Last year, San Antonio's loss was an anomaly. They were 97% certain to win in game six at the end. Glad to see the results, the right team deservedly won the series, it should be there second championship running, but it doesn't take away from the quality we've seen.

I didn't want to put the outcoached card on the table, but tonight, Michael Beasley? Yes, clearly outcoached.

Miami had the opportunity to make relevant adjustments and step it up, which they did when the score was 22-9. After that, the overriding dynamics of the series asserted themselves again and order was restored.

Pop is probably the greatest coach in NBA history.
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Originally Posted by idfnl View Post

Last year, San Antonio's loss was an anomaly. They were 97% certain to win in game six at the end. Glad to see the results, the right team deservedly won the series, it should be there second championship running, but it doesn't take away from the quality we've seen.

I didn't want to put the outcoached card on the table, but tonight, Michael Beasley? Yes, clearly outcoached.

Miami had the opportunity to make relevant adjustments and step it up, which they did when the score was 22-9. After that, the overriding dynamics of the series asserted themselves again and order was restored.

Pop is probably the greatest coach in NBA history.
AH YES MIAMI WAS BEATEN 4 GAMES TO 1 CLEARLY COACHING WAS THE DIFFERENCE HARF HARF HARF HARF
post #16521 of 17995
Duncan > Kobe
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^ whoa.. very cool.

LeBron didn't show up... I'm hilarious. Now he can take his talents elsewhere... again. Nah j/k. The hilarious part was Bron Bron's fidget fingers news conference… instant classic.

Yeah what's up with Jimmy Goldstein and how did he get so loaded?
Edited by Kid Nickels - 6/15/14 at 9:26pm
post #16524 of 17995
"Heat in 9!"

- Edina
post #16525 of 17995
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Originally Posted by Neo_Version 7 View Post

"Heat in 9!"

- Edina

"Spurs 2015"
(always be front-running)

Edina
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Fun facts: Jimmy Goldstein owns the Big Lebowski house and is constantly seen with all types of models.

"Models" like this,



He sure looks like Tom Petty
post #16527 of 17995
Loved all the players showing up with their national flags. Loved Kawhi's speech and how totally excited for him all his teammates were.
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Loved all the players showing up with their national flags. Loved Kawhi's speech and how totally excited for him all his teammates were.

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post #16530 of 17995
Every thing happens for a reason
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