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  • Frank Capua
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    What a D-bag.

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  • comfortably numb
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    DON'T DROP THE SOAP

    ​​​​​​https://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/...ce-child-abuse

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  • Frank Capua
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    I was unmoved. It was obvious that Boston had no answer for Golden State.

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  • rodneyh
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    They are now.

    4 titles in 8 years Guess Durant wasn't needed.

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  • Frank Capua
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    ABC had NHL on tonight, does this mean that the NBA playoffs are over & if so who won?

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  • rodneyh
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    Originally posted by Truth Detector View Post
    I can't believe you're watching any of it.
    Been a great back and forth series. Two great teams grinding it out. Very enjoyable for me. Can't all be masterpieces like say Bulls Game 6 closeout against the Sonics, with that epic 87-75 FInal. Jordan 5-19, Pippen 7-17...

    Originally posted by Jim Wilke View Post
    Last night, GS was 9-40 on 3s, Curry was 0-9. Boston was 11-32.

    3 on 2 break, pull up and jack up a 3. Clang. Long rebound, ball goes the other way. Pull up for a 3, swoosh, out of bounds. In bounds, down the court, come off a screen, jack up another 3. Boing.

    This crap is hard to watch. I may skip the rest of the series.
    Curry was 25-51 from 3 before last night. Was going to come back to Earth a little bit. Watching the gravity he causes last night was pretty cool how the Warriors were able to open other things up so much with focus on Curry from Boston. Andrew Wiggins had the game of his life.
    Ironically, 36 years ago, another Game 5, his father Mitchell Wiggins came of the bench and went 8 for 16 helping Houston beat Boston that night.
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  • comfortably numb
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    Any word on the guy with the Boston Celtics 2022 NBA Champions tattoo???

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  • Truth Detector
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    I can't believe you're watching any of it.

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  • Jim Wilke
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    Last night, GS was 9-40 on 3s, Curry was 0-9. Boston was 11-32.

    3 on 2 break, pull up and jack up a 3. Clang. Long rebound, ball goes the other way. Pull up for a 3, swoosh, out of bounds. In bounds, down the court, come off a screen, jack up another 3. Boing.

    This crap is hard to watch. I may skip the rest of the series.

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  • Frank Capua
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    Wait... A college athlete who taking the opportunity to get an education?

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  • rodneyh
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    Evidence, we all blossom at different times,



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  • LAindycarfan80
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    I picked the Warriors, and I realized I might be completely wrong. The folks that watched NBA all season have said Boston is the real deal, so I wouldn't be surprised if they win this series.

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  • rodneyh
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    Originally posted by rodneyh View Post
    Warriors probably too banged up and no rhythm amongst the lineups to make a deep run as they limp to the finish line.

    Green, Curry, and Thompson have been on the Court together for a grand total of 11 minutes since June 2019.

    No clear answer on when Curry even returns
    Glad they proved me wrong and were able to find their stride.
    Celtics always play them tough with their size and length.

    If you want to get technical, Klay Thompson has now played in 6 Consecutive Finals.

    Heart says Warriors in 5.
    Mind says Game 7 for the taking.

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  • rodneyh
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    Originally posted by akh View Post
    So who does my team (the Sixers) trade for? James Freaking Harden, and they gave up way too much for a guy who's just forced his way off a club for the second time. I hope the first time he starts pouting or acting "injured" that Joel Embid flattens him. This has a small chance of bringing the Sixers a run at a championship, but IMO a MUCH higher likelihood of blowing up the team.
    I'll bet the latter. Another lifeless performance from Harden in an Elimination Game. Good luck being the guy signing his next $270M check. Imagine Rivers won't last the Month.

    Speaking of lifeless, fingers crossed, Warriors aren't down by 55 again on Friday.

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  • MoparsRule
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    Originally posted by Truth Detector View Post
    I see the NBA is going to play some games in UAE next year. Remind me again why Charlotte lost the all-star game.

    Frauds.
    So typical of a group with that political bent.

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