I still love the "joke" idea that Houston (as the loser of the Portland/Houston series) should get to play Miami in the second round of the Eastern Conference playoffs, as neither Toronto nor Brooklyn are worthy of second round play.
And if the Indiana/Atlanta game holds up, I'm going to miss the irony of using the Reggie Miller "choke" gif against the Pacers.
Chuck Lidell: I paint my toenails with pink and black polish. Problem is, I get more paint on my toes and on the carpet than on my nails. Any advice? Maria Sharapova: Don't you beat up other guys for a living? I don't know how to answer this.
I can't believe how wide open Lillard came on that last play. I've watched that replay a few times now and the Blazers didn't do anything special to free up Lillard. It looks like Parsons just took a terrible angle trying to get through the screen set by Mathews.
Three Game 7 matchups on tap for today - Hawks at Pacers, Grizzlies at Thunder, and Warriors at the Clips. I'll take the home teams, but I have zero confidence in the Pacers pick. Lance could put up a triple double, Korver could hit ten three pointers, Teague could score 40, George could hit for fifty - everything's in play with this goofy-*** series. The only thing I'm sure of is that Roy Hibbert will play fewer than fifteen minutes this game. Vogel's got no choice now that he decided to go with a small lineup, and even if the Pacers advance to the second round I'm not sure how he handles Hibbert. It's not just a matchup problem; the big guy is mired in some kind of funk. He's a complete liability on both ends of the court.
Jesus, I give up trying to figure this team out. Of course Roy Hibbert goes 13/7/5 in 31 minutes, because what about the Pacers in the last three months has made a lick of sense?
My guessespacers in 6bulls in 5nets in 6heat in 5spurs in 5rockets in 5thunder in 7clippers in 7pacers in 7heat in 6spurs in 7thunder in 6heat in 6thunder in 5thunder in 7
4 for 6 so far. Clippers and Thunder should be a great series. Think Pacers bounce back and beat the Wizards in 6 though the Wizards have been impressive recently and Wall will cause the Pacers problems.
Originally Posted by ISUME
I would say an important skill that great leaders have is knowing their own abilities. They are usually really good at one aspect but are not afraid to bring in an expert in another area. The opposite can be said for terrible leaders who tend to "know everything" and insist on having their hands on everything.
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