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» Thu Mar 04, 2010 3:36 pm
* Michael Finley is apart of the Boston Celtics now. He requested and was granted a buy out from the Spurs to sign with a title contender while still being able to be aloud to play in the postseason. It's not official yet because I think he has to wait a little longer or something, but he will be in Boston come playoff time. The guy has slowed down, though, and at 37... it's no surprise. He still is a great locker room presence to have and a guy who can give you 8-10 minutes a game.
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» Thu Mar 04, 2010 3:42 pm
xbay wrote:* Michael Finley is apart of the Boston Celtics now. He requested and was granted a buy out from the Spurs to sign with a title contender while still being able to be aloud to play in the postseason. It's not official yet because I think he has to wait a little longer or something, but he will be in Boston come playoff time. The guy has slowed down, though, and at 37... it's no surprise. He still is a great locker room presence to have and a guy who can give you 8-10 minutes a game.


Man the Celtics have a really great roster... 8 years ago. I dont get why they keep signing these over the hill guys that havent been good since like 06. They cant even use the "win now" excuse to defend these signing because all these players should be playing in the Y, not the NBA.
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» Wed Mar 10, 2010 3:43 pm
Dunleavy and the Clips parted ways today. You know what pisses me the most is that THE CLIPPERS, yes that's right, the CLIPPERS understand why they suck and cut ties with the people holding them down when the Warriors choose to hold on to those who bring us down.

Although I'll admit, the difference is that Dunleavy was the GM. To cut ties with the person holding us down the most, the team has to be sold. Then you get rid of Rowell, Riley, and Nelson.
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» Wed Mar 10, 2010 8:25 pm
xbay wrote:Dunleavy and the Clips parted ways today. You know what pisses me the most is that THE CLIPPERS, yes that's right, the CLIPPERS understand why they suck and cut ties with the people holding them down when the Warriors choose to hold on to those who bring us down.

Although I'll admit, the difference is that Dunleavy was the GM. To cut ties with the person holding us down the most, the team has to be sold. Then you get rid of Rowell, Riley, and Nelson.



And the Sixers could be firing their coach soon as well. It is pathetic the way this franchise is run and the way I see it, the reason why Nelson is still here is because he has sewed his previous bosses in the past and won, so Cohan figures to not get shafted again and keeps him where he is
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» Thu Mar 11, 2010 12:17 am
migya wrote:
xbay wrote:Dunleavy and the Clips parted ways today. You know what pisses me the most is that THE CLIPPERS, yes that's right, the CLIPPERS understand why they suck and cut ties with the people holding them down when the Warriors choose to hold on to those who bring us down.

Although I'll admit, the difference is that Dunleavy was the GM. To cut ties with the person holding us down the most, the team has to be sold. Then you get rid of Rowell, Riley, and Nelson.



And the Sixers could be firing their coach soon as well. It is pathetic the way this franchise is run and the way I see it, the reason why Nelson is still here is because he has sewed his previous bosses in the past and won, so Cohan figures to not get shafted again and keeps him where he is


I've come to the point that I don't care about what happens with this franchise... The only thing I DO care about is the chance of Cohan selling. If not, we're gonna keep being the worst run franchise of the league.
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» Thu Mar 11, 2010 2:02 am
TMC wrote:
migya wrote:
xbay wrote:Dunleavy and the Clips parted ways today. You know what pisses me the most is that THE CLIPPERS, yes that's right, the CLIPPERS understand why they suck and cut ties with the people holding them down when the Warriors choose to hold on to those who bring us down.

Although I'll admit, the difference is that Dunleavy was the GM. To cut ties with the person holding us down the most, the team has to be sold. Then you get rid of Rowell, Riley, and Nelson.



And the Sixers could be firing their coach soon as well. It is pathetic the way this franchise is run and the way I see it, the reason why Nelson is still here is because he has sewed his previous bosses in the past and won, so Cohan figures to not get shafted again and keeps him where he is


I've come to the point that I don't care about what happens with this franchise... The only thing I DO care about is the chance of Cohan selling. If not, we're gonna keep being the worst run franchise of the league.



I feel the same
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» Thu Mar 18, 2010 4:59 pm
I'm not sure Ive ever seen this before?

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yW2Otj4kWug&feature=player_embedded[/youtube]


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» Thu Mar 18, 2010 5:25 pm
Quazza wrote:I'm not sure Ive ever seen this before?

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yW2Otj4kWug&feature=player_embedded[/youtube]


360 Alley!
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» Fri Mar 19, 2010 7:53 pm
Can the Nets win three games of their last fourteen. Real interestin and could be the new record for least wins in a season
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» Sat Mar 20, 2010 4:56 am
Amare has really been awesome the last month and he scored 44 in his recent game. He obviously is raising his stock to get max money and he looks deserving of it right now
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» Sun Apr 04, 2010 9:30 am
Andrew Bogut took a really bad fall.... man.. his arm may be done...
I feel bad for the guy. he was having a really good year..

not for the squeemish...

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ex2ryik9j9g[/youtube]

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» Sun Apr 04, 2010 1:11 pm
migya wrote:Amare has really been awesome the last month and he scored 44 in his recent game. He obviously is raising his stock to get max money and he looks deserving of it right now


raise your hand if you saw this coming :hello1:
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» Sun Apr 04, 2010 1:14 pm
Tarantism wrote:
migya wrote:Amare has really been awesome the last month and he scored 44 in his recent game. He obviously is raising his stock to get max money and he looks deserving of it right now


raise your hand if you saw this coming :hello1:


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» Sun Apr 04, 2010 8:09 pm
Just noticed Cartier Martin is on the Wizards and just stole a triple double from Andray Blatche. lulz.
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» Mon Apr 05, 2010 1:42 am
Money Morrow wrote:Andrew Bogut took a really bad fall.... man.. his arm may be done...
I feel bad for the guy. he was having a really good year..

not for the squeemish...

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ex2ryik9j9g[/youtube]


That was naaaaaaaaasty. HUGE HUGE loss for the Bucks heading into the postseason and possibly, next season. They could even end up losing their place and fall to the 8th seed. That was real ugly; I don't remember watching something that bad since the Shaun Livingston injury.

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