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PostPosted: Mon Apr 05, 2010 1:14 pm
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That injury happened a little earlier in the year. Pretty sick.
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 05, 2010 4:17 pm
NBA.com wrote:Already the only two-time winner of the NBA Sportsmanship Award, Suns forward Grant Hill could win a third Joe Dumars Trophy this season after it was announced today that Hill is among the 2009-10 divisional winners. Atlanta’s Al Horford, Boston’s Ray Allen, Cleveland’s Antawn Jamison, Denver’s Chauncey Billups and Houston’s Luis Scola were also selected by a five-member panel of former players as divisional winners for the 2009-10 NBA Sportsmanship Award.


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This made me laugh. Sportsmanship award? Try flopper award. :)
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 05, 2010 8:25 pm
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 05, 2010 9:50 pm
Hahaha, can't blame the man. It's not like they had anything better going for them this season.
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xbay wrote:Hahaha, can't blame the man. It's not like they had anything better going for them this season.


But it's a bit... you know, embarrassing. Come on, you can't be THAT desperate for a triple-double that means nothing at all...
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xbay wrote:Hahaha, can't blame the man. It's not like they had anything better going for them this season.


But it's a bit... you know, embarrassing. Come on, you can't be THAT desperate for a triple-double that means nothing at all...


Yeah. I think he should of let it just come to him instead of trying so hard. Curry wasn't pushing hard to get that last rebound for his triple-double and it bounced to him like a gift.
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Dang thats the funniest shyte ive seen in awhile the written commentary killed it, the effort from Blatche was so obvious, too obvious. lol.
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man that's ugly. It's just not a professional look at all
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The playoff race in the West is tightening up real fast. Portland, San Antonio and Oklahoma City are all fighting for that 6th-8th seeds. Dallas, Denver, Phoenix, and Utah are fighting for that 2nd-5th seeds. Phoenix turned it on at the right time.... they'll be hot heading into the playoffs. 4 games left... we'll see.

If I was the Blazers, Spurs or Thunder, I'd want to match up with Denver.

The East seems set except for seeds 3-6. Boston and Atlanta fighting for the 3rd and 4th while Milwaukee and Miami fighting for the 5th and 6th.
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xbay wrote:The playoff race in the West is tightening up real fast. Portland, San Antonio and Oklahoma City are all fighting for that 6th-8th seeds. Dallas, Denver, Phoenix, and Utah are fighting for that 2nd-5th seeds. Phoenix turned it on at the right time.... they'll be hot heading into the playoffs. 4 games left... we'll see.

If I was the Blazers, Spurs or Thunder, I'd want to match up with Denver.

The East seems set except for seeds 3-6. Boston and Atlanta fighting for the 3rd and 4th while Milwaukee and Miami fighting for the 5th and 6th.



Phoenix is turning it on, but nash's back has been bothering him almost all season. They are still my darkhorse pick
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If the Thunder beat Memphis on Wednesday, they'll have 50 wins, making it all eight teams in the West having 50 games at least. Is that the first time ever
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Curry: 31-5-8, 10-22 FG, 8-8 FT, 3-5 3P, 2 TO, 1BLK, 0 PF, 2 STL

Williams: 9-4-4, 4-9 FG, 1-2 FT, 0-4 3P, 2 TO, 1BLK, 3 PF, 0 STL

BOTH ARE +2 IN +/- :shock: :shock:
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 15, 2010 11:14 pm
And so it begins. The Clippers and Sixers have fired their coaches after "unacceptable" seasons. Glad to see NBA teams are responsible when it comes to their record and its consequences...



... wait! :banghead:
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TMC wrote:And so it begins. The Clippers and Sixers have fired their coaches after "unacceptable" seasons. Glad to see NBA teams are responsible when it comes to their record and its consequences...



... wait! :banghead:


The Warriors are a model franchise for those teams. It's just no one seems to follow in the footsteps of them. Hmm, I wonder why... #-o
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TMC wrote:And so it begins. The Clippers and Sixers have fired their coaches after "unacceptable" seasons. Glad to see NBA teams are responsible when it comes to their record and its consequences...



... wait! :banghead:



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I really do think Nelson will get thrown out once new ownership takes over
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