Stairway Man wrote:JReed, I don't want to call you out and say you're writing BS.
Please do, I dare you. No offense stairway, but you have no evidence, only conjecture. If you want to actually debate, rather than starting every post with how you feel or asking open ended questions as if you're challenging me to answer, then you're going to need to back it up.
Stairway Man wrote:But a part of me believes that we aren't looking at everything.
You obviously aren't. I've already pointed out all the things you're failing to factor in.
Stairway Man wrote:We have lost 7 games but the Spurs only lost 10 games and many, many of our wins have come off of what others deem as miracle shots, whereas the Spurs seem to put teams away without needing that last shot. So we very easily could be behind the Spurs. Can you admit that?
I gave you numbers in the other thread - facts - you give me... what? You're inaccurate recollection of our season?
Stairway Man wrote:Now how are we going to guard Diaw? Diaw may ver well be the best post up player in the league, even though he's really slow. He just sorta takes his time, and lets the game come to him. What's our answer to Diaw?
You do this after every loss - "What's our answer for [Insert name of random player that had a good game against us]?" If you're worried about Diaw, I can't help you, man. What I mean, is if I need to explain to you why a 33 year old, career bench/role player should not be a primary concern after one good game, I don't know what to say besides, "LOL!"
Fatigue? Off night? Doesn't matter, because your argument is circular and you'll just tell me I'm making excuses regardless of the answer.Stairway Man wrote:Last night Curry didn't look confident. He couldn't get to the basket, he couldn't shake the defenders on him. How do you explain that?
Jesus... ok here's where I'm going to stop because I'd much rather discuss actual basketball than be trolled. Where do you get that Curry wants us to think anything? Where are these imaginary narratives coming from? And I'm sorry if the fact that, the guy is having the best season in NBA history, isn't good enough for you. Not sure what else to tell you. We also didn't need that win, which is a fact you refuse to accept.Stairway Man wrote:If Curry really was who we all think he is, he would have taken over with adrenaline and got the job done. Last night was the WRONG night to go off his game or whatever the case may be because we needed the win. 33 straight losses now in San Antonio. I know most of those other losses have nothing to do with us, but the FACT IS that they should be extra motivated to end that streak because they know it is looming over their heads. But they couldn't handle the pressure or out execute San Antonio.