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post #106 of 2835
The Pistons will go up 3-0 after the game tonight!!!!
post #107 of 2835
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The Pistons will go up 3-0 after the game tonight!!!!
Yeah, this is the moment of truth for the Bulls. It would be one thing if they'd even been vaguely competitive in the first two games, but after the ass-kicking they took, it's really hard to see them winning even a single game in this series unless at least three of Detroit's starters go temporarily comatose.
post #108 of 2835
Looks like the Nets and Warriors arent doing well all of a sudden. Just last week GS were like the golden boys.

Itll be good for the NBA if King James brings it.
post #109 of 2835
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Originally Posted by Film Noir Buff View Post
Just last week GS were like the golden boys.

That series is far from over, though. So far, Utah's managed to maintain home court advantage in two *very* hard-fought games. I expect GS to do the same in Oakland for the next two games, so game 5 should be huge.
post #110 of 2835
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I was hoping for a Suns/Warriors finals, but that doesn't look likely now.

koji

Me too.

Spurs - Pistons will be so painful.
post #111 of 2835
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That series is far from over, though. So far, Utah's managed to maintain home court advantage in two *very* hard-fought games. I expect GS to do the same in Oakland for the next two games, so game 5 should be huge.

Agree, I've become a big fan of GS from the Dallas series, but I also learned something about Utah. They are freaking tenaccious defenders and have upset GS's karma. I also though Utah got away with a bunch of uncalled offensive fouls which got to the GS team. Baron and his guys have to get pass the funk and reestablish their flow, otherwise I think they will do themselves in.
post #112 of 2835
I think it is over. Like Barkley was saying, Utah is just pounding the little guys. GS is going to run out of gas by game 4...
post #113 of 2835
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I think it is over. Like Barkley was saying, Utah is just pounding the little guys. GS is going to run out of gas by game 4...

I'm awaiting the action in Game 3 before giving up on GS, Nelly is too good a coach and the team is too talented...........after all both games were close. But if they can't figure out how to get points in the paint, it's gonna be a western conference showdown between Utah and Phoenix.
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That series is far from over, though. So far, Utah's managed to maintain home court advantage in two *very* hard-fought games. I expect GS to do the same in Oakland for the next two games, so game 5 should be huge.

I hope so, I am a real fan of Oaktown representin'
post #115 of 2835
Yeah, I agree with most opinions presented here; it is too early to write off the Warriors. About the Bulls, hmmm..., not so much.
post #116 of 2835
Detroit will probably earn the right to lose to Phoenix or San Antonio. I bet Dwyane Wade or Carmelo Anthony would be of help at this time.
post #117 of 2835
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Detroit will probably earn the right to lose to Phoenix or San Antonio. I bet Dwyane Wade or Carmelo Anthony would be of help at this time.

What, you think Darko was a bad choice?
post #118 of 2835
I think Detroit can win it again this year. We are playing great and any team from the West will come to us beat up and tired.
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What, you think Darko was a bad choice?
Passing on Wade is foregivable; no one knew how good he was going to be. Passing on Anthony is completely inexplicable. Did Joe Dumars not have a television for the entire month of March?
post #120 of 2835
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Passing on Wade is foregivable; no one knew how good he was going to be. Passing on Anthony is completely inexplicable. Did Joe Dumars not have a television for the entire month of March?

Say what you will about the Darko pick, but please remember the Pistons won it all that season. Billups and Prince are perfect fit for them at PG and SF, respectively.

Besides, 'Melo wasn't all that impressive until this year.
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