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Discussion in 'Pro Sports' started by CycloneRulzzz, Apr 17, 2014.
CycloneState78 has never been one to let facts get in the way of his narrative.
Ha, so true, I deserve it. That's what I get for not watching the NBA until the playoffs start.
With Wade it's a thing where he's historically got the best calls of any player, as in statistical anomalies beyond refute (even Kobe and Jordan never drew the calls he does in terms of #s) Now that a sliver of calls are reviewed in hind sight it sheds a little light on how oddly he's always been officiated and allowed to play outside the rules. I'm guessing some Mavs fans are loving that his act is now up for review.
Tonight is a must win for the Spurs. The Heat rarely lose back to back playoff games and the Spurs would have to win 3 out of 4 if they fall tonight. LeBron is one of those ultimate frontrunners who once they get on top of you, they'll finish you off. Spurs have to stay ahead in the series and keep the pressure on Miami to keep pace
47 straight playoff games without back to back losses
So ever since you became a Heat fan, no back to back losses.
Nope, the Mavs handed them back to back losses in 2011 and the Pacers and Celtics in 2012 too.
Just noticed the Heat have went from +110 underdogs at the start of the series to -155 favorites to win the series, that Game 2 win really moved that line.
Sage Steele: would or nah? I say would.
Diaw starting tonight, that supposedly vaunted Spurs depth is starting to disappear before our eyes.
She is getting really close to pointy elbows territory. She's really bony. But would.
Mario Chalmers is the most useless PG in the NBA.
SIAP, but does anyone think Niang could maybe be an NBA player in the Diaw mold on offense? He could develop a better outside jumper, but wouldn't have the defensive ability.
Going to be another good game. Leonard vs James so far.
!good quarter for Los Spurs!
I think the Spurs had their hot streak at the wrong point in the game this time.
Also has the best doucheface of any PG in the NBA.