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Fair point. Let's see how they react to this. They need a psychopath like Jordan to tell them that we ain't fucking losing like this again
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Originally Posted by HRoi View Post

Fair point. Let's see how they react to this. They need a psychopath like Jordan to tell them that we ain't fucking losing like this again

So true.

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Those 72-10 Bulls did have a loss to the Raptors who were garbage back in the day sort of how the Lakers are now.


However (via ESPN)...
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At .190 before the game, the Lakers' win vs the Warriors (.917) is the biggest differential in win % in NBA history
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L.A. deals Golden State just its 6th loss. The Warriors were 18-point road favorites, the highest in 20+ yrs
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Lakers fam.
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Originally Posted by RFX45 View Post

However (via ESPN)...

Lol, who ,cares about all that crap. Its a shitty loss, that's all the narrative we need.
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Originally Posted by Texasmade View Post

Those 72-10 Bulls did have a loss to the Raptors who were garbage back in the day sort of how the Lakers are now.

Yeah but its the Lakers, so its automatically worse.
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

older dudes, dating themselves with with these apples to oranges comparison of previous generation HOF's to average current NBA players. though ill give you credit for atleast comparing players of the same position, so your brain cells arent completely dead from all the shit youve abused your bodies with. yay older dudes. now lets talk about how awesome your music is

It wasn't the older dudes who proposed the comparisons. ITT younger dudes and their fragile, entitled, everyone-gets-a-trophy egos throw out shaky, generalized opinions as though they're truths from on high and then get all butt-hurt when somebody points out flaws in their reasoning or contrary data. I'll await the calls from your moms.

cheers.gif


To Norcal:
Daryl Dawkins was an all-time great center? Maybe from a pure fun-to-watch perspective, but I'm not sure he's even a max contract guy . . .
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To Norcal:
Daryl Dawkins was an all-time great center? Maybe from a pure fun-to-watch perspective, but I'm not sure he's even a max contract guy . . .

Daryl Who?
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"Chocolate Thunder" sounds like what happens after too much Mexican food.
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Originally Posted by NorCal View Post

"Chocolate Thunder" sounds like what happens after too much Mexican food.

You've been serving as GreenFrog's wingman at Chipotle again?
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To Norcal:
Daryl Dawkins was an all-time great center? Maybe from a pure fun-to-watch perspective, but I'm not sure he's even a max contract guy . . .

Daryl Who?

He's the reason we have breakaway rims now.

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OKC - Clippers game a reminder of how good Westbrook can be when he's playing under control, as a pass-first PG. I know it was against a mediocre (MEDIOCRE!) defense (although Chris Paul is a solid defender) but still, quite the performance. Stat line is gaudy, but also worth noting that he kept Paul under control - 33% shooting for his direct opponent.

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OKC - Clippers game a reminder of how good Westbrook can be when he's playing under control
But...but....Russy's gotta Russ!
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Originally Posted by phoni View Post

OKC - Clippers game a reminder of how good Westbrook can be when he's playing under control, as a pass-first PG. I know it was against a mediocre (MEDIOCRE!) defense (although Chris Paul is a solid defender) but still, quite the performance. Stat line is gaudy, but also worth noting that he kept Paul under control - 33% shooting for his direct opponent.

Any thoughts on the quality of the Clippers' defense?
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