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Bulls defensive scheme was excellent tonight. They do exactly what they are supposed to do. They forced Lebron left and got in Miami's head a bit. Don't know if they can dictate the pace like that the whole series but if was fun to watch tonight.


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Man the Warriors play the game right. I wish all the closeted racists, who say "i dont like the selfish players of today", as an alibi, were forced to watch the Warriors. And, this series, actually.


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Curry is out here putting Parker in a blender, Jesus!

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Miami may be in trouble. Size and PG play can get to them.

If its true, Rose has been cleared to play since March? I'm not sure how he can look his teammates in the face. Yeah, I get it, everyone heals differently, but doubts creeping in. Has to be.

They discussed it during the game. His teammates are all behind him 100%. He wouldn't be out there being a cheerleader on the bench if he didn't have the support of all of his coaches and teammates.

I'll give him the benefit of the doubt because of how competitive he is on the court. There's no reason IMO he would leave his team hanging if he was fully capable of performing at his highest level.


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Curry is better than Reggie, IMO. Amazing.


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I think Memphis and Golden State both move on to the next round. In the east I think it will be Miami and Indiana.

Still don't see anybody that can even come close to beating Miami in a 7 game series.

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I don't know how OKC survives the literal ass beatings the Grizzlies hand out every game, can't depend on Kevin Martin to go for 20+ every game anymore it's a long way from 2006.

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I love how fluid Golden State plays. I'd love to see a Memphis Golden State conference finals. Great clash of styles.


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Man I can't stand Jarret Jack's NeYo looking mug. Good thing he hit that fadeaway. He needs to remember he's not no Steph Curry though


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Ne Yo mug! Nice.

Diaw's an odd looking dude too.


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This turned out to be a hell of a game. I feel like the Spurs hit a shot to win here. Parker a little jumper off the elbow maybe.


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Crazy, crazy, crazy game.


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Man, I hate Ginobili. The guy is crazy clutch.


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Don't understand how Curry doesn't take that last shot.


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That. Game. Was. NUTS! Serisouly I would buy that game on DVD.

Also if that screaming-shreiking lady is sitting beside the announcers (Why the hell is Dick Stockton calling huge Basketball games?) for game 2 i'm not making it through.


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Curry is better than Reggie, IMO. Amazing.


Saw this amazing stat couple weeks ago...Through their first 250 games of their career or so, Curry's made over twice as many 3's as Reggie and Ray Allen.

I've watched this on loop for the past hour, guys ballin out of his mind.


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Word! Thanks for that, GCrow.

I remember watching him at Davidson. What's weird is exceptional and perfect shooters, like Curry, Miller, Allen look odd to me. Someone that great at it, tricks me into thinking they look unusual. When, actually, their technique's so great, that's what tricks my mind.


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It's also amazing how they need so little space to rise and fire. Curry has the ability to attack off the dribble as well. Often with great shooters, they have favorite spots(the wing for Reggie, the corner for Ray and three feet off the top of the key for Curry) and teams eventually learn to keep them off their spots, or try at least. The tough thing about Curry is that he offers a little hesitation, like he's about to rise and fire, the defender closes(often off balance because no one knows how to close out anymore), and he speeds right by them and hits that floater, kicks it out or does some insanely creative layup at the rim. He gets compared to other great shooters, but I think he's more than that.


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For sure, 2k. That no-look, one-handed, pass he does routinely is stunning.


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For sure, 2k. That no-look, one-handed, pass he does routinely is stunning.

One of the prettiest passes IMO. Especially when it's a dime to Bogut. That guys also fun to watch when he's on.


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Spurs are too good to lose this series.

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Spurs are too good to lose this series.


That is categorically incorrect. If not for a collapse in the 4th quarter last night, the dubs would have won comfortably. I still think the Spurs win, but they are by no means 'too good to lose'. Warriors could easily win 4 out of the remaining six.

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Mark Jackson gets outthought or outthinks himself at the end of games, don't know which, but it hurts his team.


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I'd take Paul George over Melo any day, thoughts?

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I'd take Paul George over Melo any day, thoughts?


Oh, fo show!

I dont get Carmelo. I watched his entire tourney run at Syracuse, and in NO WAY did he look to be a selfish player. He looked like a typical NBA super-superstar, the type obsessed with winning. He gets to the association, and, he becomes a ball-hog who could give a frick if any teammate of his scores or gets involved.

Amazing....


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I don't always watch the NBA, but when I do, it's because the Thunder are losing.

Have a good night, Clay Clay!


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I don't always watch the NBA, but when i do i root for the Kings.


Til this next season

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I don't always watch the NBA, but when i do i root for the Kings.


Til this next season


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This Thunder/Griz series is going to 7, with a couple of OT games in there for sure. Fascinating series, and KD is on another planet at times.

I'm interested to see if the Bulls can follow up Monday's unexpected success. I love that team right now, and Thibideau is a fantastic coach for being able to have a cobbled-together makeshift team play like that. top 5 coaches in the league, in no particular order: Thibs, Hollins, Pop, Karl, Rivers. Any disagreements on that?

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Hollins is criminally under rated

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Jesus Christ @ what Miami did to Chicago.

Massacre on national TV

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This Thunder/Griz series is going to 7, with a couple of OT games in there for sure. Fascinating series, and KD is on another planet at times.



Grizzlies in 6.

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I think the Grizzlies are slowly going to wore OKC down, they'll win in six.


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makes it tough not to root for KD


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True, but by extension you'd be rooting for Clay Bennett...

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Screw KD, I'll elbow that man in the face!

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Throwdown wrote:
Screw KD, I'll elbow that man in the face!


I can't hate on KD or Nick Collison. Forget everyone else on there.

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Why is this even a thread when everyone knows who is going to win?

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Screw KD, I'll reach up and elbow that man in the kidney!


fixed that for you.

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Joakim Noah belongs in the WNBA, his shooting form and dribbling tells the story. I got a headache from laughing at this guy already.

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Joakim Noah belongs in the WNBA, his shooting form and dribbling tells the story. I got a headache from laughing at this guy already.


Yea, but every basketball fan who knows anything about the NBA would love to have him on their team. I can't stand him, but would love to have a guy like him on the Blazers.

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Every team needs a player LIKE him, yes. But you'll never see me give him any love lol

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Just got home and saw the Nazr/LeBron shove. Bron Bron is such a flopping padussy.


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This Game is nuts.

Nate Robinson literally swatted Lebron!


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Just got home and saw the Nazr/LeBron shove. Bron Bron is such a flopping padussy.


That was just a really stupid exchange between the 2 of them. Mohammed put a little extra into that foul, it was a good foul, gotta do that when someone is running open to the hoop, but he put a little stank on the contact, LeBron over reacted and Mohammed took it to another level.

I see nothing wrong with Mohammed getting the boot from that. I may be biased though.

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Come on Memphis! I so badly want them to win this game and series.

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Thunder just aren't good enough without Westbrook. Grizzlies are always a matchup nightmare for them, but without Russ it's an impossible task.

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