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NBA 2016-2017 Season Thread

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

  1. RFX45

    RFX45 Senior member

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    [​IMG] @ trademark. Sigged for the rest of the season.
     
  2. Walking Man

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    Miami's confidence is shaken right now. I've noticed they get tight and the end of games, especially the last two. It's gotta be Lebron or Wade takeover at the end and will them to a win. Hopefully they don't breakout against the Lakers.
     
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    Miami's confidence is shaken right now. I've noticed they get tight and the end of games, especially the last two. It's gotta be Lebron or Wade takeover at the end and will them to a win. Hopefully they don't breakout against the Lakers.
    Not sure the problem is Lebron or Wade when they combine 69 points against the Blazers.
     
  4. sexandcandy

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    that is the problem, they have no help.
     
  5. venessian

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    Yep.
    Portland bench 41 - Crybaby bench 8.
     
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  7. Rambo

    Rambo Senior member

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    LA baby LAâ„¢
    Too ambiguous. Lakers baby Lakersâ„¢ is better.
     
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    LOL. Did Bosh just whine about his role in the Heat? How about whining your missing all your defensive positions.
     
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    Not sure what's funnier. Bosh's wining or Howard whining about getting called for technicals.
     
  11. LawrenceMD

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    Not sure what's funnier. Bosh's wining or Howard whining about getting called for technicals.

    howard has a point... in contrast bosh is pointless.
     
  12. eddievddr10

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    ding! ding! ding!
    howard has a point... in contrast bosh is pointless.

    or chinless
     
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    whoever is down on bynum right now is not watching the lakers post-break. and if you don't watch basketball i'm not gonna talk basketball with you

    whose down on bynum? we're all giddy on his performances as of late in here.
     
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    tomorrow Lakers vs Crybabies. can be a trap game. gotta watch out.
     
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    The All Star game really revitalized Kobe, I saw his interview again after eh won the ASG MVP and he said all these young guys bouncing around got him all hyped and it looks like it is continuing to the regular season. Good to see him play, not just him but the whole team play with determination.
     
  16. sho'nuff

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    The All Star game really revitalized Kobe, I saw his interview again after eh won the ASG MVP and he said all these young guys bouncing around got him all hyped and it looks like it is continuing to the regular season. Good to see him play, not just him but the whole team play with determination.

    the thing about kobe is, the dude's 15 year veteran. most 12+ year veterans are just a shadow of themselves sitting on the bench with the position of honorary team captain because out of respect. but kobe is still in top 5 scoring in the league and a vicious killer that teams have to strategize against.
     
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    whoever is down on bynum right now is not watching the lakers post-break. and if you don't watch basketball i'm not gonna talk basketball with you
    50 rebounds, 10 blocks in 3 games--all against probably playoff teams. that doesn't count misdirected shots. the boy is rocking.
     
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    The All Star game really revitalized Kobe, I saw his interview again after eh won the ASG MVP and he said all these young guys bouncing around got him all hyped and it looks like it is continuing to the regular season. Good to see him play, not just him but the whole team play with determination.

    my favorite laker barometer stat: assists for goals: anything over 50% is usually a win. against the hawks: 27 assists in 39 makes. Against San Antonio 26 on 42 (that's including garbage-time in the fourth); Charlotte 19 of 34 ... they're really sharing the ball and playing like a team.
     
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    Not sure what's funnier. Bosh's wining or Howard whining about getting called for technicals.

    Howard has a legit beef - but he could mitigate things by making more free throws.

    In general, the biggest big man usually has a good beef with refs. There's generally a tendency to call fouls by impact on the big man, not by the flagrancy of the player committing the fouls. So if a smaller guy whales on the big guy, it's not a flagrant, even if the same action would be a flagrant to a guard. And it ripples down (ordinary fouls become non-calls) and builds up over the course of the season.
     
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    whose down on bynum? we're all giddy on his performances as of late in here.

    I love his recent performance; I just don't know if I'll want to commit long-term for big money.
     

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