NBA Playoffs

Discussion in 'Nuttin' but Net' started by Allanon, Apr 19, 2014.

  1. gatordavisl
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    Shaq is dumb. That's why I don't like him. Charles, Kenny and Ernie are smart guys, but Shaq is not.

    Was a bit confused about Chuck's comments during half time of the Bulls/Wash game five. He was highly complimentary of Adam Silver, but could not resist throwing "Donald" Stern under the bus. He may have valid criticisms of "Donald" Stern (he misnamed him multiple Xs), but now is not the time to use his TNT platform to trash that man. It's time to address the idiot in California and celebrate the move of Adam Silver. Just my $.02

    . . . and I like Chuck ALOT.
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    Hats off to Noah on an unbelievable season.. Congrats to Brad Beal on his first of many playoff series win... Wizards probably going to the ECF.
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    Noah's prime is being spent on a team full of players who can't make lay-ups.
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    I don't think shaq is dumb, I think he just isn't good at articulating his points. Same for Chuck. I can see why one would think that though. He does come off as a giant Neanderthal, at times. Regardless, he cracks me up. Kenny is easily the best. Funny, smart and really knows the game. Was a very good player too. Ernie is obviously the glue, and does a great job of keeping things together and flowing.
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    When your team has two players (Hinrich and Dunleavy) who start but are #7/#8 players and another (Boozer) who is limited, you are going to get exposed. They were in the rebuild mode and then they started winning. Back to rebuilding and getting rid of a few of the players (these 3 is a good start).
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    Maybe, but he didn't know anything about Florida in the tournament.

    And I think Dunleavy and Hinrich are solid players. Just not starters.
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    I agree but he's improved a lot since last year. Really like Kerr and Webber's telecasts too.
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    The referees allowing Griffin to constantly throw his body into defenders is making me dislike him.
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    There's a new NBA record. 4 straight overtime games.
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    That was great. Inside the NBA crew supposed to be covering the highlights of the first half of the LAC-GS game and Charles flat out admits they watched OKC-MEM instead.
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    Memphis squeaks out a victory....Miller had a great game with 21 pts
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    Yeah, it's nice to hear someone who's not just a shill.
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    Hit a pair of huge 3's in OT.
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    He's an NBA guy. I don't think he cares for college ball.
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    I bet behind closed doors MIami is kicking themselves for using the amnesty on Miller. The difference between last years Miami domination and this year is complementary 3 point shooting. Last year they had Miller and Allen all hitting shots when players collapsed on the Big 3. Battier slumped hard last season. The year before Battier and Miller both did their thing. They get rid of Miller because he was getting paid a ton with the hope that Battier and Allen would fill the void and both have had awful seasons while Miller is 3rd in the league in 3 pt percentage.
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    I think given his injury history they made the right choice. Some things you just can't anticipate. He was getting too much for the amount of minutes he played. Things may look different in hindsight, but that doesn't mean it wasn't the right move.
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    Probably could say the same about the whole crew imo. Not a fan.
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    James Harden's play this series...woof.
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    Toronto fans love their team, wow. During every game so far in the playoffs:

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    Shaq on Jameis: that's like getting fired.......on yo day off! LOL

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