Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by RFX45, Sep 22, 2010.
Bynum is making his presence felt. Heat's frontline getting outmuscled
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The Knicks are up against some tough road matchups in the next couple weeks. Dallas, San Antonio, Chicago, etc.
And Wade fouls out.
Let's see if the Pacers can seal the victory.
They need that shit. It should help them build chemistry.
Gotta love that humble Kobe.
lin is gonna piss of teammates if he keeps chucking up bad shots in the 4th quarter of close games. whatever you think of melo, ball should be in his hands last 2 mins
True. And today a bunch of NBA point guards said "Jeremy Who"? Great performances.
Where's the second Lakers? Don't skimp out on us.
ESPN made such a big deal of Wade's inadvertent foul on Kobe, you could see the Pacers Lakers were fired up and the game got chippy at times, & Wade was booed from the start...
Somehow the undermanned, undersized Heat remained competitive and Kobe converted tough shot after tough shot despite some excellent D by Battier
The officiating was poor, but in the end a team with a frontline of Bynum and Gasol managed to outduel the likes of Haslem, Joel Anthony, Juwan Howard and Dexter Pitman
How quickly the worm has turned.
I think Melo scored a goose egg in overtime.
I doubt ESPN had anything to do with that. It was an All Star game and you break someones nose and give him a mild concussion and you don't want Kobe to be fired up? And Kobes been chucking up shots no matter who is guarding him ever since Shaq left 9even before), don't act like it's the first time it's happened.
ESPN were hyping the encounter since the incident occurred.
Of course Kobe's a volume scorer but yesterday he made crucial shots.
Anyway, way too much discussion for a regular season game.
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