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NBA 2016-2017 Season Thread

Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by RFX45, Sep 22, 2010.

  1. lawyerdad

    lawyerdad Well-Known Member

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    Fuck D Wade and Lebron, they're not real athletes



    Completely stupidstatement.
    FTFY
     
  2. venessian

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    Heat looking real tired and stagnant.

    Close it out now Mavs!
     
  3. HRoi

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    well, i guess my initial instincts were right on.

    Dallas once again thoroughly outplaying the Heat in every facet. Heat had two runs in them, and i am guessing they start the 4th with a push, but Dallas is by far the better team this game.

    hoping against hope for an epic Mavs collapse but that's really never happened in this playoffs except for the zombie Brandon Roy game
     
  4. cmew34

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    Mavs would be in trouble if the Heat could shoot free throws.
     
  5. lawyerdad

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    Mavs would be in trouble if the Heat could shoot free throws.

    Heat would be in deeper trouble if Nowitskzi hadn't shot 2% or whatever in the first half.
     
  6. Mark from Plano

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    Heat would be in deeper trouble if Nowitskzi hadn't shot 2% or whatever in the first half.

    Was just about to post this.
     
  7. lawyerdad

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    Was just about to post this.
    Well, it's a little known fact that teams tend to do better when they score more points. I've always liked Wade's game, but man is he a whiner. Just lost the ball to Terry and rather than trying to get up and stop the fast break he just rolls over and reaches for the ref "save me, save me!" Haslem's a gamer.
     
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    at this point i would just send Lebron a really strong statement and just leave him on the bench the whole 4th. he's been utterly useless
     
  10. venessian

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    Mavs would be in trouble if the Heat could shoot free throws.
    That's fatigue; the Heat are cooked.

    Heat would be in deeper trouble if Nowitskzi hadn't shot 2% or whatever in the first half.
    Exactly.
     
  11. Mark from Plano

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    Well, it's a little known fact that teams tend to do better when they score more points.

    One generally has to read one of my poasts to get this high level of in-game analysis. [​IMG]
     
  12. Mark from Plano

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    Have I mentioned how much I love Jason Terry?
     
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    Have I mentioned how much I love Jason Terry?

    He was my favorite all along [​IMG]
     
  14. lawyerdad

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    Have I mentioned how much I love Jason Terry?
    Well, it's a well-known fact that you tend to love point-a-minute players on your own team. [​IMG] Guy is scorching it tonight; I guess he's pretty intent on keeping that tat.... Carlisle having Jet run LeBron into the groung on O is a damned good move.
     
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    Goddamn it's a war zone under the rim tonight. Damn.
     
  17. Lord-Barrington

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    Tyson Chandler has been an absolute monster on the offensive glass. Love to watch that guy hustle down there. For a dude who never played college ball, he's got fundamentals.
     
  18. venessian

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    That's it; the Heat goose is fully cooked.
     
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    the best team won the championship this year. congrats to the Mavs. Dirk was by far the best player of the playoffs

    the Heat had an excellent run this year despite weathering all the haters, but dear God were they an embarrassment in this series. Game 6 was the worst and it really stings to go out like this.
     

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