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  posted on 5/29/2018 at 08:47 AM
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reat game? teams jacking up 3's for no reason. the warriors mugging people and not getting called. glad the announcers were pointing it out.
-2 fouls on james harden shooting 3's that went uncalled
-a foul called as james harden is shooting a 3 and it goes in and the basket gets waived off. said it was before the shot. I saw a foul called on Houston where the warriors player took another dribble, 2 steps and shot and they said it counted as it was continuation.
-eric Gordon drove to the hoop and gets fouled by Durant and draymon and no foul called.
-bell for the warriors sets a clear moving screen to get curry open and no call. bell was actually walking backwards holding james hardens arm

that's just the tip of the iceberg


Most laughable basketball post I've seen in a LONG time. Houston was 7-44 from three point range last night. Have you done the math? That's 16%. Meanwhile Durant had 34, Curry 27, Thompson 19. And you're blaming this Houston loss on the referees? HAHAHA.......thanks for the morning chuckle......
Problem with getting into a three point shooting contest with the Warriors is that the Warriors have not one, not two, but THREE of the greatest three point shooters of ALL-TIME. It showed in this series, it showed last night.............

 

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  posted on 5/29/2018 at 09:12 AM
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reat game? teams jacking up 3's for no reason. the warriors mugging people and not getting called. glad the announcers were pointing it out.
-2 fouls on james harden shooting 3's that went uncalled
-a foul called as james harden is shooting a 3 and it goes in and the basket gets waived off. said it was before the shot. I saw a foul called on Houston where the warriors player took another dribble, 2 steps and shot and they said it counted as it was continuation.
-eric Gordon drove to the hoop and gets fouled by Durant and draymon and no foul called.
-bell for the warriors sets a clear moving screen to get curry open and no call. bell was actually walking backwards holding james hardens arm

that's just the tip of the iceberg


Most laughable basketball post I've seen in a LONG time. Houston was 7-44 from three point range last night. Have you done the math? That's 16%. Meanwhile Durant had 34, Curry 27, Thompson 19. And you're blaming this Houston loss on the referees? HAHAHA.......thanks for the morning chuckle......
Problem with getting into a three point shooting contest with the Warriors is that the Warriors have not one, not two, but THREE of the greatest three point shooters of ALL-TIME. It showed in this series, it showed last night.............


that's all anyone who knows anything about sports is talking about. the refs swung the momentum in the warriors favor during the 3rd quarter with those calls. the refs don't make you miss shots but they can sure swing momentum into a teams favor. of course you don't even mention draymond starting to help harden up off the floor and then dropping him. that's a clear technical foul for taunting. I've never seen a player start to pull another player off the floor and then left go of his hands and drop him.

are you saying though I made up those incidents and no one else pointed out those calls? since the announcing crew last night seemed to talk about it for minutes after each play I'm sure others noticed it. Houston lost by 9 points. lets do the math
-hardens 3 pointers waived off. should have counted plus 1 free throw. at worst that means the rockets lose by 6
-harden clearly fouled 2 times on other 3's. should have shot 6 more free throws. makes just 3 of them at worst and rockets lose by3.
-Gordon hammered at the same time by Durant and draymond on a layup attempt. should have been 2 free throws. he makes just 1 of them and rockets lose by 2
-bell "moving screen" called and curry would have never made that 3 since it would have been waived off and now that's a 1 point win by the rockets.

 

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  posted on 5/29/2018 at 09:48 AM
May I suggest a nice aged Swiss cheese to go with your whine, Matt?

 

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Joy for the game can only be a good thing.
needs no apologies or explanations other than knowing
that the joy can come from the good and the bad parts of the game.
It's all a joy to me and I'm grateful for how fun the playoffs have been.


 

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  posted on 5/29/2018 at 10:05 AM
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May I suggest a nice aged Swiss cheese to go with your whine, Matt?



its not whine because I have no dog in this fight. I barely watch the nba anymore. the product is terrible and predictable. the refs rarely enforce the actual rules of the game. the players whine nonstop to the refs about calls. the players are all pansies now compared to back in the day. all I did was point out missed calls by the refs that I noticed. I saw 2 missed calls against the rockets too that hurt the warriors but it only took 3 points away from the warriors instead of the 9 or more that were taken away from the rockets.

 

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  posted on 5/29/2018 at 10:25 AM
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its not whine because I have no dog in this fight. I barely watch the nba anymore. the product is terrible and predictable. the refs rarely enforce the actual rules of the game. the players whine nonstop to the refs about calls. the players are all pansies now compared to back in the day. all I did was point out missed calls by the refs that I noticed. I saw 2 missed calls against the rockets too that hurt the warriors but it only took 3 points away from the warriors instead of the 9 or more that were taken away from the rockets.


yada yada yada.


 

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May I suggest a nice aged Swiss cheese to go with your whine, Matt?



its not whine because I have no dog in this fight. I barely watch the nba anymore. the product is terrible and predictable. the refs rarely enforce the actual rules of the game. the players whine nonstop to the refs about calls. the players are all pansies now compared to back in the day. all I did was point out missed calls by the refs that I noticed. I saw 2 missed calls against the rockets too that hurt the warriors but it only took 3 points away from the warriors instead of the 9 or more that were taken away from the rockets.


yada yada yada.





whatever. I've showed I know what I'm talking about. it been talked about for more than a decade now about refs favoring star players, not enforcing the rules, reviewing calls and changing them from right to wrong.

 

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  posted on 5/29/2018 at 11:59 AM
hi everyone, watch the hockey game instead. Much more entertaining.
 

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  posted on 5/29/2018 at 12:01 PM
Good points -- blown calls can-and-have unfairly tipped the momentum/balance of a game --
how is it that among such closely-matched teams, most of the games, as dadof2 pointed out, play out like an NBA vs college team --
Houston's no-show in the second half of game 6 was an el foldo I didn't think they had in them, even playing a great GSW team -- which itself had a couple along the way as well -- those Wide point-differentials......

that said, GSW & Cleve have mastered playoffs, proven to be top-o-the-postseason heap for a long time & nice going Rob

am Really looking forward to next year! C's are being Smart w/Marcus, a no-brainer -- he wants to stay, fans love him, they have the $ to do it, he deserves it & is all-but in the fold.....
Phila will also be better, but reverting to the present, yes indeed, it's the finals w/2 grizzled well-experienced hard-nosed warriors once again the last ones standing & eyeball to eyeball
all the best -- & 'wait . . year'

 

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  posted on 5/29/2018 at 12:06 PM
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it been talked about for more than a decade now about refs favoring star players


Yes, and it's nice to see that after 10 years or so in the league the refs are FINALLY getting hip to James Harden..........the forearm shove to clear space, the "run over the defensive player in the lane" move that for years would go his way...........now it's being called on him..........ABOUT time. And by the way, Klay Thompson had THREE fouls last night halfway through the first quarter. And you say the refs were biased against Houston? NO, I'm not saying they weren't fouls, I'm saying your cry of prejudice just does not bear out. Kerr elected to put Thompson back in the game and Thompson was careful not to foul but it was also obvious that it severely limited his defensive game. How could it not?

 

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  posted on 5/29/2018 at 01:26 PM
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it been talked about for more than a decade now about refs favoring star players


Yes, and it's nice to see that after 10 years or so in the league the refs are FINALLY getting hip to James Harden..........the forearm shove to clear space, the "run over the defensive player in the lane" move that for years would go his way...........now it's being called on him..........ABOUT time. And by the way, Klay Thompson had THREE fouls last night halfway through the first quarter. And you say the refs were biased against Houston? NO, I'm not saying they weren't fouls, I'm saying your cry of prejudice just does not bear out. Kerr elected to put Thompson back in the game and Thompson was careful not to foul but it was also obvious that it severely limited his defensive game. How could it not?



they can't be too smart as the officials still allow LeBron to truck over people and then say he was fouled

 

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  posted on 6/9/2018 at 11:29 AM
Paul Pierce on The Warriors:

"This is one of the greatest teams we've ever seen. This is one of the five best teams that has ever played the game."

That said.........let's face it........the real NBA Championship this year was the Western Conference Finals, Houston vs. Golden State. Houston came SO close to dethroning my team.

Now where does LeBron go? My bet is the Lakers. Certainly won't be Boston.........they've got Kyrie Irving and we all know what already happened in Cleveland. Houston? I really doubt two dominant players like LeBron and James Harden could ever co-exist. The Lakers have some good young players, but not any one dominant player. Add to that, LeBron already owns two homes in L.A. Lebron surrounded by Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram, Kyle Kuzma, Julius Randle et al? Yeah, I can see it. Rumors of Lakers landing Paul George as well.

 

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  posted on 6/9/2018 at 03:37 PM
My very brief summary of this NBA season:

1)Cleveland trades one of its super-stars but is never is able to replace him
2)Houston adds a supreme talent but loses him when they need him most
3)The fully-loaded Warriors live up to expectations and take advantage of situations 1 & 2.

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  posted on 6/9/2018 at 03:44 PM
Apparently Lebron played the last three games with a broken right hand (puched a whiteboard after game one)

Just how good is this guy? And if JR Smith doesn't brain freeze who knows

 

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  posted on 6/9/2018 at 04:26 PM
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And if JR Smith doesn't brain freeze who knows


Great point and I made exactly that point last night to others at the game-watching party I attended. If Cavs take game one it's a different series but I still doubt they could take GS. After all, Smith didn't freeze in games 2, 3 and 4.

 

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  posted on 6/9/2018 at 05:26 PM
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My very brief summary of this NBA season:

1)Cleveland trades one of its super-stars but is never is able to replace him
2)Houston adds a supreme talent but loses him when they need him most
3)The fully-loaded Warriors live up to expectations and take advantage of situations 1 & 2.

Amen.


I would definitely add

4) Boston nearly gets there without its' two best players. Next year.

Congrats to the GSW. I don't think there was ever doubt since the first game of the season but they did it.

The Cavs never stood a chance with or without broken hands. Truth be told - Lebron should never pass on that team. He scores or gets fouled when he drives. Almost everytime. Incredible.

As I said last season, I would have preferred to see if the GSW would have done it without KD - both seasons. But being what it is - see you next season. LOL

 

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  posted on 6/12/2018 at 11:03 AM
https://www.yahoo.com/sports/warriors-gm-bob-myers-new-kevin-durant-contrac t-whatever-deal-wants-041556737.html

Great news for us Warriors fans...........horrible for the rest of you.........

 

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  posted on 6/12/2018 at 12:08 PM
Great news indeed Rob, & 4-straight this time -- real impressive, nice going GSW --
am really hoping we keep Marcus Smart -- he deserves to be rewarded, he's said he wants to be here & is too crucial to our bench -- but if all hands are on deck etc., it'll be the Celts coming outta the east in the finals next year -- after a 65-win-or-so reg season

 

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  posted on 6/12/2018 at 01:28 PM
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Great news indeed Rob, & 4-straight this time -- real impressive, nice going GSW --
am really hoping we keep Marcus Smart -- he deserves to be rewarded, he's said he wants to be here & is too crucial to our bench -- but if all hands are on deck etc., it'll be the Celts coming outta the east in the finals next year -- after a 65-win-or-so reg season


Thanks for the congrats Stephen.

Celts were unbelievable this year but they somewhat collapsed against Cleveland. And they did that with two star players (Irving and Hayward) not even available. That was really astonishing. Jayson Tatum is on the rise............next question is............between Irving, Hayward and Tatum..........who is going to be starting next year? Actually we know that Irving will so it's between Hayward and Tatum.
I agree, as long as they can stay healthy, Celts are likely to dominate the East next year. I would love to see a Warriors - Celtics championship series.

Even though I was raised a Lakers fan............it seems something is not right about the NBA when the Celtics suck.

 

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  posted on 6/12/2018 at 03:59 PM
The Warriors are crazy good--Paul Pierce knows what he is talking about. They'll be the perennial favorites for awhile--

The Celtics are on their way, and we'll see how they mesh next year. I think this is the last year we'll see LeBron for awhile, in the finals. Doesn't matter where he goes, IMO (or stays). Ironic that he mocked the IQ of the Cavaliers and stupidly punched a white board. Also--was his hand truly broken? That part has oddly not been addressed--he inferred it was without saying it was.

Really doesn't matter, Cleveland was totally outclassed. Houston will not get better with LeBron (yes I said that) to the point where they can beat the Warriors. Philly to me remains the most intriguing team because I see them having the most upside, particularly if they pick up a star player not named LeBron

 

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  posted on 6/12/2018 at 04:09 PM
As an aside, I would be quite surprised if LeBron does not go to the Lakers
 

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  posted on 6/12/2018 at 04:26 PM
Congrats to Ron-the future holds good things for the warriors-smart ownership,management,coaches and players...a great organization.

The celts,Stephen,have a bright future as well.

My knicks have an excellent coach and a terrible team...my adopted team over the last 15 years seems to be Lebrons teams....hes a winner,a team player,a mega talent and comes across,for the most part,as a very decent guy.Perhaps as much as his hoops skills his charitable nature and his philanthropy are noteworthy.

Yet,all the negative crap about him over the years,the moronic rants about the refs favoring him when he is clobbered EVERY time he drives to the hoop,all the repetition of this and all the other nasty personal stuff for 15 years...

All in all despite a boring finals(after game 1)this was a very fun season...

Should be an incredible offseason as teams continue to try to figure out how to beat GS!

 

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  posted on 6/13/2018 at 12:10 PM
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Great news indeed Rob, & 4-straight this time -- real impressive, nice going GSW --
am really hoping we keep Marcus Smart -- he deserves to be rewarded, he's said he wants to be here & is too crucial to our bench -- but if all hands are on deck etc., it'll be the Celts coming outta the east in the finals next year -- after a 65-win-or-so reg season


Thanks for the congrats Stephen.

Celts were unbelievable this year but they somewhat collapsed against Cleveland. And they did that with two star players (Irving and Hayward) not even available. That was really astonishing. Jayson Tatum is on the rise............next question is............between Irving, Hayward and Tatum..........who is going to be starting next year? Actually we know that Irving will so it's between Hayward and Tatum.
I agree, as long as they can stay healthy, Celts are likely to dominate the East next year. I would love to see a Warriors - Celtics championship series.

Even though I was raised a Lakers fan............it seems something is not right about the NBA when the Celtics suck.


For starters, that is, following the preseason games/early in reg season, Gordon would anchor the second unit (Terry, Marcus S, Aron B., Daniel T), so that he can get his game legs back while playing w/a "2nd team" on a par w/most starting 5's
but anyways, w/Al, Kyrie, Jaylen, Jayson & Marcus M starting
a Very pleasant scenario that plays right into coach Stevens' hands

hopefully Fizdale is the answer for Knicks, dadof2 -- look what happened when Phila improved, they lit up the league, Knicks will too when they turn it around, just like we have over past couple seasons -- all those original franchises have fans everywhere

With Kawhi returning after sitting out last year -- LeBron to Spurs? A great player, Kawhi is now an unknown commodity -- but if he returned to form, he & James would complement each other well & make a challenge to Warriors -- again, ups to Warriors, it's them & everyone else, as they've proven once again

was surprised to read Warriors leaving Oakland for SF next year -- I wonder if they'll once again become the San Francisco Warriors (doubtful) -- paging Rick Barry & Phil Chenier, Nate Thurmond & Al Attles

[Edited on 6/13/2018 by Stephen]

 

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  posted on 6/16/2018 at 12:22 PM
Kawhi Has Decreed "LAKERS"
Will this compel LeBron toward them also
Will Lakers president Magic open checkbook for (what would be) 2 landmark contracts

Where would that leave Luke Walton as coach?????????? Spectatin', that's where, & doing the rotations
Don't know what Kawhi's hard-on would've been w/the Spurs, he, LaM Aldrich et al were really good -- but sitting out like he did, bailing on his teammates, now saying how unhappy he is while laughing all the way to the bank....Kawhi won't be listening to any coach, esp w/LeBron running the show -- he's a great player but I wouldn't want him on my team
They probably wouldn't renew IT either, but it's all hypothetical

you know Ball Sr. would dive into this three-ring circus & be the class clown/straw that stirred the drink --
for "Part II, Redux
Showtime Is Back!!!!"
in the bright glare & glitz of the neon LA lites etc

 

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  posted on 6/16/2018 at 02:20 PM
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Fine, but the Lakers would be incredibly stupid to ship out any of their considerable stock of young talent for a guy who missed nearly the entire 2017-18 season with an injury. Article I saw talked about them packaging Kyle Kuzma, Julius Randle maybe another or two for Kawhi. No........No..........NO is all I can say. I hope Magic is not that stupid and I certainly don't think he is. We are talking two guys who can REALLY play in Kuzma and Randle. For someone whose career could possibly be over?

 

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