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The 2007 NBA Playoffs - Page 5

post #61 of 2835
GS 80 Dallas 59 in the 3rd. I'm going to sleep.
post #62 of 2835
Stephan Jackson is on fire.
post #63 of 2835
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This is NUTS. How does Nowitzki accept the MVP trophy now? Just crazy. I love it.
post #64 of 2835
This hurts.

It hurts so bad.

Don Nelson couldn't win a playoff game when he was coaching the Mavs; now he goes to Golden Showers State and beats the team with the best record?!!
post #65 of 2835
Dirk doesn't have the "killer instinct" the biggest game of the season he doesn't show up. I'm curious of what the criteria is to be MVP.
In regards to the game, I have never seen a defensive collapse like that before.
post #66 of 2835
As a Spurs fan, watching Lurch show his true colors and Avery show his real coaching ability was priceless.

Best of all, Mouth Cuban having to STFU.
post #67 of 2835
GO WARRIORS!!!!!

Final: GSW 111, Dallas 86

Bring on round two!!!

WE BELIEVE!!!

(currently wearing my we believe t-shirt I got at game 3)
post #68 of 2835
Damn that was fun! I have been watching them since before I can remember (literally)...I'm very stoked they made it past the first round. Now back to my new mantra WOOHOO! GO WARRIORS!
post #69 of 2835
I'm no Mavs fan, but what's up with all these Dallas-haters coming out of the woodwork all of a sudden?

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Originally Posted by gdc_2008 View Post
Now back to my new mantra

WOOHOO! GO WARRIORS!
Say that another time, I'll eat your baby.
post #70 of 2835
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Eastern Conference Finals- Pistons vs Cavaliers
Western Conference Finals-Mavs vs Spurs

Beyond that, I can't call it although I would like to see the Pistons take it all. They have too much of a tendency to slack off during games as evidenced last night. While being up 16 they, should have turned it up more and completely crushed the Magics confidence. They will still win, but there no way you should be in a dog fight with the Magic in the last 2 minutes on your own floor.

Watch out for Golden State. They are 6-1 vs the Mavs in the last 2 years, they might give them a scare. Certain teams just give other teams fits, just ask the Pistons when they play Utah.

I called it before the playoffs began. Golden State are an unorthodox matchup nightmare.
post #71 of 2835
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I'm no Mavs fan, but what's up with all these Dallas-haters coming out of the woodwork all of a sudden?

I've hated them since last year's Finals, with the constant whining from everyone on the team instead of getting it done on the floor. Plus, I have a very hard time beating them on NBA Live '07.
post #72 of 2835
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I'm no Mavs fan, but what's up with all these Dallas-haters coming out of the woodwork all of a sudden?

I've been out of the woodwork since at least last year.

Looks like the Spurs have a real chance this year.

Poor Nash- bet his nose is broken...

IMO he deserves his 3rd MVP in a row.
post #73 of 2835
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Apparently his nose isn't broken, but the guy who was working on him on the sidelines said it would have been better if it had been--it would have been easier to get him back in the game. I gotta say, I really admired Nash for his obvious desire to get back out on the floor. He looked tormented to have to sit on the bench.
post #74 of 2835
What an exciting game. Who would have thought a cut doctor would be so crucial?
post #75 of 2835
Maybe they should have brought out the face mask, like Rip Hamilton has been wearing.
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