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PostPosted: Sat Apr 05, 2008 11:01 am
Man Seattles next 2 games are with Denver and Dallas, If sonics can pull off any win at all, would just be great. I'm sure almost everyone that sees the sonics as an opponent just brush em off and say easy win. But i hope that by the basketballs gods or something that, Durant has monster games back to back and get a win or two. Id happily give the sonics PIETRUS after that.
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 05, 2008 1:44 pm
Two losses (for Seattle). Count on that. They've already given up on the season... and most of their players suck, anyway. It'd be a miracle if they can even win one.
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 05, 2008 2:01 pm
TMC wrote:Two losses (for Seattle). Count on that. They've already given up on the season... and most of their players suck, anyway. It'd be a miracle if they can even win one.


I agree. Seattle is downright awful... they probably will be for a few year but with 85 draft picks (ok, so maybe that is exagerating a bit) in this years draft and TONS of cap space, they have a chance to completely change their fortunes.
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 05, 2008 8:08 pm
exactly which is why it would mean that much more if seattle was to win any of the next two games. Like i said everyone looks at the matchup against seattle and says automatic win. But this is why i brought this thread up, this is the nba right, where MIRACLES HAPPEN.
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TMC wrote:Two losses (for Seattle). Count on that. They've already given up on the season... and most of their players suck, anyway. It'd be a miracle if they can even win one.


I agree. Seattle is downright awful... they probably will be for a few year but with 85 draft picks (ok, so maybe that is exagerating a bit) in this years draft and TONS of cap space, they have a chance to completely change their fortunes.



Seattle could play real loose and win one of these, hopefully against Denver. They really could make their team alot better this offseason but their future location just makes that franchise real shaky right now
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 05, 2008 11:39 pm
Man, talk about tough finishing schedules. Here's Seattle's remaining games:

Denver
@Dallas
@Houston
@San Antonio
Dallas
@Golden State

It would be fantastic if they could get a win in one of their games against Dallas or their game against Denver. The optimist in me says that they have played some good teams pretty close in the past couple of weeks (losing by 5 to Washington, beating Portland, and losing by 3 to a Charlotte team that has been playing .500 ball lately). But the realist in me says that even if Denver and Dallas play extremely poorly, they should still easily handle the Sonics.

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hoopitup wrote:Man, talk about tough finishing schedules. Here's Seattle's remaining games:

Denver
@Dallas
@Houston
@San Antonio
Dallas
@Golden State

It would be fantastic if they could get a win in one of their games against Dallas or their game against Denver. The optimist in me says that they have played some good teams pretty close in the past couple of weeks (losing by 5 to Washington, beating Portland, and losing by 3 to a Charlotte team that has been playing .500 ball lately). But the realist in me says that even if Denver and Dallas play extremely poorly, they should still easily handle the Sonics.


that would be VERY nice if they could win out until they play the warriors.
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 06, 2008 6:40 pm
Hey, well, Seattle isn't doing so bad (YET)

They're up 41-39 in the 2nd! Maybe it's just denver...
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 06, 2008 6:44 pm
Man, if Seattle is able to pull it out, it would be a HUGE break for the Warriors. Man..... come on... :cry:
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please seattle help us out :D
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 06, 2008 7:01 pm
Oh my god!! Seattle up 5! (heh, not much, but still, it's Seattle!)
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Wow didn't expect Seattle to ever lead in this game, Denver must be tired. I don't expect it to last though.
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 06, 2008 7:12 pm
wasnt gonna watch it but now....go league pass go sonics
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Some Seattle commentator: "Scoring is critical to winning the game." :D
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