Can somebody here explain to me why Zubac and Larry were not on the hardwood on the final 4 mins? I could only watch the 4th but I was listening the 3rd on the radio. Both seems to be playing good. And on the 4th, Lou + DAR were in need of a Big C to roll…
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When we got the 101st point, after that basket (I think it was a 3 from Nick), the clock didn’t stop! There was at least 5 secs there.
Not finding excuses for the loss (plz) but I remember seeing this anomaly a couple of times last season.
WTF? Is this a serious league?
Moving on, it was a great game. I had this one as a L so I’m fine. Kids did well overall. I think Randle should have come earlier and finish the game with Larry. Luol also was not “clutch”
All in all, I took good stuff out of this game
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Exercise caution tonight. That was a gooooooood one. Drink water and avoid decision making until the effect is gone. Try, at least, to control the alcohol consumption to avoid headaches tomorrow. Or not. Don’t drive! You’re clear for s*x but before interaction, alert your partner about your current stamina level.
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“I’m just thankful. I can’t even put that into words,” Garnett says. “I’m just thankful. I’m just thankful for everybody and the love. I never would have thought that people love me like this. But, for it to be reality is just something else, man. Man.”
The Los Angeles Lakers have signed forward Thomas Robinson, it was announced today by General Manager Mitch Kupchak. Per team policy, terms of the deal were not released.
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I apologize for the non-basketball topic but my friends here will forgive me and my alcohol level but…
Ingram & Zubac fitted pretty well together.
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The Dubs knew all along and they didn’t even try
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Cavs will win the shyte… Neither OKC or Dubs will win playing “crowd-bball”.
The 3s might go in or not. Meanwhile, LeBrawn seems to finally understand the value of EFFORT and Belief (his foot work still sucks but….who cares, right Refs?)
Just look at SAS, how they went down: 2 very bad calls. Good, consistent bball. If you wanna rely on the 3, good luck.
Just got home from huntington beach soccer tournament.
How can a playoff team allow their opponent to score freakin 133 points?
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Just got home.
Whiteside done for the season? How?
He looked where he always has: the basket. Bryant played to type, like a man with so many more points to score and so little time to do it. His final performance would not be a dud, the way so many are. Michael Jordan scored 15 points in his final game as a Washington Wizard. Charles Barkley scored two as a Houston Rocket. Shaquille O’Neal — Bryant’s onetime teammate and foil, who hugged him courtside as the last seconds ticked away — scored none as a Celtic.
It’s hard to believe that it has been twenty years since Kobe Bryant walked on stage with that million dollar smile and shook Commissioner David Stern’s hand as he put on that Charlotte Hornets hat. It almost does not feel real that tomorrow night, when he takes off that Lakers jersey, he will never again put it back on to wow us fans with another magical performance. And while it is sad to see the end of an unbelievable story, it also feels good knowing that I witnessed greatness from the very beginning to the final conclusion – having seen a whole bunch of buckets, a hand full of rings, some ridiculous plays, and one historical career along the way. Kobe Bryant can walk away from the game of basketball knowing that he gave it his all, accomplished his goals, and cemented a legacy as one of the greatest ever. He can be proud in knowing that when the best of the best are called together someplace a million years from now, that he’ll not only get an invite to the party, but that he’ll also have a seat at the table.
via A Seat At The Table.
If I were the Lakers coach…
If Lakers are up by one, they have the ball, 10 secs left….
……………………….I TAKE KOBE OUT OF THE GAME!! YEAH, GAME OVER, WE WON LOL
1) Kobe had a rough start but at least we saw some “mamba-moments”. That was 3 possessions where he score baskets and the crowd went crazy
2) Metta looks old.
3) Lance S has improved quite a lot. Looks like a different player.
4) ZBo looks old
5) Randle’s defense is atrocious. Terrible. His screens are useless. Watching live, I was horrified. A bit better towards the end of the game but still…
6) WE FREAKIN WON!!!!!! And I went with my son!
7) Oh, Tony Allen still can play.
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