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  posted on 1/11/2018 at 03:30 AM
L.A. Clippers 126, Warriors 106...........IN Oakland. Steph Curry (injury) and Klay Thompson (coach's day off) did not play but that's not much of an excuse..........L.A. was missing a BUNCH of players including Blake Griffin. Warriors' main problem was Lou Williams who finished with 50 for the Clippers.
Kevin Durant had 40. The Warriors had beaten The Clippers 12 straight times going into this game so this must have felt great for L.A.

[Edited on 1/11/2018 by robslob]

 

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  posted on 1/15/2018 at 11:03 AM
kinda cool to see a veteran guy like Williams suddenly playing like crazy like that
DeM. Cousins, 15 points, 16 rebounds, 7 steals, 5 assists, 3 blocks against NYK -- the guy is scary-good, the best big-man game since Wilt The Stilt IMO, & in concert w/ADavis, what keeps them from winning -- they were/still are my Big 3 sleeper pick w/Rajon

at any rate Rajon should get the same friendly applause tmrw nite as in previous visits -- we will have our hands full w/that team -- our former 1st round pick E'twan Moore, playing well for them

the geat Tony Allen, injured unfortunately -- Tony, Leon Powe, Glen Davis, James Posey -- awesome -- just like our team so far this year -- let's go Celts

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  posted on 1/15/2018 at 05:23 PM
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kinda cool to see a veteran guy like Williams suddenly playing like crazy like that
DeM. Cousins, 15 points, 16 rebounds, 7 steals, 5 assists, 3 blocks against NYK -- the guy is scary-good, the best big-man game since Wilt The Stilt IMO, & in concert w/ADavis, what keeps them from winning -- they were/still are my Big 3 sleeper pick w/Rajon

at any rate Rajon should get the same friendly applause tmrw nite as in previous visits -- we will have our hands full w/that team -- our former 1st round pick E'twan Moore, playing well for them

the geat Tony Allen, injured unfortunately -- Tony, Leon Powe, Glen Davis, James Posey -- awesome -- just like our team so far this year -- let's go Celts

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The best big man since Wilt? Are you insane? That is well beyond preposterous.

 

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  posted on 1/15/2018 at 06:03 PM
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kinda cool to see a veteran guy like Williams suddenly playing like crazy like that
DeM. Cousins, 15 points, 16 rebounds, 7 steals, 5 assists, 3 blocks against NYK -- the guy is scary-good, the best big-man game since Wilt The Stilt IMO, & in concert w/ADavis, what keeps them from winning -- they were/still are my Big 3 sleeper pick w/Rajon

at any rate Rajon should get the same friendly applause tmrw nite as in previous visits -- we will have our hands full w/that team -- our former 1st round pick E'twan Moore, playing well for them

the geat Tony Allen, injured unfortunately -- Tony, Leon Powe, Glen Davis, James Posey -- awesome -- just like our team so far this year -- let's go Celts

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The best big man since Wilt? Are you insane? That is well beyond preposterous.


agreed. i can name 10 guys better than cousins the last 20 years

 

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  posted on 1/16/2018 at 09:31 PM
RIP, JoJo White -- one of our greats -- he & Don Chaney in the backcourt, Cowens center, Havlicek & Paul Silas up front on those early-mid70s teams (franchise-record 68 wins 1972-73) -- a great player -- only 71, dang

 

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  posted on 1/16/2018 at 09:56 PM
RIP JoJo...recall many a Sunday watching him go up against the Knicks..
 

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  posted on 1/17/2018 at 08:41 AM
the refs are really becoming a big issue this season-not sure why but a lot of really bad calls...
 

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  posted on 1/18/2018 at 11:52 AM
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DeM. Cousins, 15 points, 16 rebounds, 7 steals, 5 assists, 3 blocks against NYK -- the guy is scary-good, the best big-man game since Wilt The Stilt IMO, & in concert w/ADavis, what keeps them from winning -- they were/still are my Big 3 sleeper pick w/Rajon

at any rate Rajon should get the same friendly applause tmrw nite as in previous visits -- we will have our hands full w/that team -- our former 1st round pick E'twan Moore, playing well for them


Yeah I guess you had your hands full with that team as N.O. won in Boston Tuesday night in O.T. Yes, Anthony Davis and DeMarcus Cousins are a scary inside duo. I wonder though if they can have success in 2018 when small ball rules the NBA. They've got some good support.........Rondo..........Ian Clark (ex-Warrior guard who can really score). They are still a couple players away though. For one, they need a small forward who is a serious scoring threat. I don't think anyone now can go all the way without a couple of big time 3 point shooters. I'm not really sure that's good for the game, either. I like The Pelicans' old school style.

Warriors won at Chicago last night, 14th straight road win.............only two away from The Lakers' record of 16 straight on the road in '71-'72.

 

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  posted on 1/24/2018 at 11:13 AM
Speaking of 1971-72, DeM. Cousins triple double Monday was the first 'of its kind' line since Kareem did it that season (1972) -- 44 pts 24 rebs, 10 assists --

your guys going good as expected, closing in on that road record -- we're at a brief impasse -- looking forward to it Sat nite!

final note, OKC epipha-nee, Dec. 18 -- they won despite a combined 12 points from Melo & John Ringo -- they're on a 13-5 run since & challenging Big 3 div. rival MN -- gosh what's happened to Cavs tho

LA missed all those free throws & we still couldn't get it last night -- younger guys getting a sampling of the travel grind -- no sweat about anything -- Tor still right there as xpctd -- we'll get a W on Doc & LAC 2nite

 

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  posted on 1/24/2018 at 12:37 PM
I like the NBA. But what I love about the NFL (despite the Pats dynasty) is that the final 4 included 3 teams who didn't make the playoffs last year including one who went 3-13.

Years after blowing up the team to get young and then rebuild the 76'ers are now a couple games of .500. They stand no shot, as just one example. The NBA doesn't give hope to enough franchises.

I'm a Hawks fan. We blew up what was left and are going young. We have no chance for at least 3-4 years and probably beyond that.

I still love some of the NBA drama and I'll watch more as the season gets near the end and then the playoffs.

 

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I like the NBA. But what I love about the NFL (despite the Pats dynasty) is that the final 4 included 3 teams who didn't make the playoffs last year including one who went 3-13.

Years after blowing up the team to get young and then rebuild the 76'ers are now a couple games of .500. They stand no shot, as just one example. The NBA doesn't give hope to enough franchises.

I'm a Hawks fan. We blew up what was left and are going young. We have no chance for at least 3-4 years and probably beyond that.

I still love some of the NBA drama and I'll watch more as the season gets near the end and then the playoffs.


Well there is some truth to what you say lets also remember there have been 4 AFC QBs that have played in the Super Bowl in the last SEVENTEEN years. 17. And one of those was there once.

 

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I like the NBA. But what I love about the NFL (despite the Pats dynasty) is that the final 4 included 3 teams who didn't make the playoffs last year including one who went 3-13.

Years after blowing up the team to get young and then rebuild the 76'ers are now a couple games of .500. They stand no shot, as just one example. The NBA doesn't give hope to enough franchises.

I'm a Hawks fan. We blew up what was left and are going young. We have no chance for at least 3-4 years and probably beyond that.

I still love some of the NBA drama and I'll watch more as the season gets near the end and then the playoffs.


Well there is some truth to what you say lets also remember there have been 4 AFC QBs that have played in the Super Bowl in the last SEVENTEEN years. 17. And one of those was there once.



maybe I'm misreading what you are saying but in the last 17 the AFC has been represented by brady, peyton, big ben, dilfer, flacco and gannon. that's 6 QBs from the AFC since 2001

 

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  posted on 1/25/2018 at 06:35 AM
Check this old ABA card out!!! Some great's on there!!!

 

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  posted on 1/26/2018 at 10:59 AM
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DeM. Cousins, 15 points, 16 rebounds, 7 steals, 5 assists, 3 blocks against NYK -- the guy is scary-good, the best big-man game since Wilt The Stilt IMO, & in concert w/ADavis, what keeps them from winning -- they were/still are my Big 3 sleeper pick w/Rajon


The best big man since Wilt? Are you insane? That is well beyond preposterous.


agreed. i can name 10 guys better than cousins the last 20 years


what's well beyond preposterous is saying 10 players are better than him over last 20 years -- you misunderstand, I was referring to centers -- players of his ilk -- centers/big men --

Post-Wilt, there's Kareem, the Chief, Ewing, Olajuwon, D. Robinson, Bill Walton (ponytailed Portland version -- then Shaq, Duncan, & into the 20 year period mentioned --

so Dunc, Dirk, Shaq ... to be kind, Embiid......6 more? with a more diverse game than DeMarcus Cousins as far as a big man with agility impacting most every possession at either end of floor??????? -- how exactly do those 4 players rate so obviously over Cousins??? dream/name on

ABA legend ARTIS -- played briefly w/C's end of career -- boy Those would've been some duels (Artis/DeM.)
more than anyone, Indy Pacers've put Cleve on the skids -- will they again tonight


[Edited on 1/26/2018 by Stephen]

 

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  posted on 1/26/2018 at 11:49 PM
Well Cousins just tore his Achilles and is out for the year. Bummer.
 

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  posted on 1/27/2018 at 09:04 AM
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Well Cousins just tore his Achilles and is out for the year. Bummer.


Yeah, I watched the game..........SOOO sad for New Orleans fans........in fact, it makes ME sad because I was really starting to enjoy watching The Pelicans..........the way Davis and Cousins were working it inside with their interior passing was really nice, and they have some players around those guys. They were coming on too............beating Houston last night @ home and Boston last week, in Boston. What a damn shame.

Hey Stephen.........BIG one tonight in Oakland...........you took us in Boston already...........wanna mail me my $100 now or after tonight's game? <<revenge is sweet>>..........I just have a feeling we're gonna run you outta the gym tonight..........but hey, "that's why they play the game"..........

 

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  posted on 1/27/2018 at 11:14 AM
"The team you saw before, is the one you'll see again"
-- haha! Yep fun one tonite Rob -- expect to see top-juggernaut home team showing why it's best in recent times -- we'll be with ya into the final quatah -- make it $25 not $100
might've been more if Marcus S lost his fight w/that window -- thought to not be much dfrnt from TB's stitches, mite be out there tonite -- chill Marcus, we need our 6th man out there

yeah & DEMarcus -- he was raisin the bar alright, SUCKS for NO & hoops fans -- Boogie was breathing air-rarified among big men

what a shock -- no meddling toolhead father around, & Lakers are thriving

the story of Markelle Fultz gets weirder & weirder -- his game, according to a recent espn article, has deserted him temporarily -- this came on top of a diagnosis of "a scapular imbalance in the muscles of his shoulders" ......yes they've improved but their Process has deep-(7)6'd them more often than not -- along w/bad picks & luck

 

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  posted on 1/27/2018 at 11:22 AM
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"The team you saw before, is the one you'll see again"
-- haha! Yep fun one tonite Rob -- expect to see top-juggernaut home team showing why it's best in recent times -- we'll be with ya into the final quatah -- make it $25 not $100
might've been more if Marcus S lost his fight w/that window -- thought to not be much dfrnt from TB's stitches, mite be out there tonite -- chill Marcus, we need our 6th man out there

yeah & DEMarcus -- he was raisin the bar alright, SUCKS for NO & hoops fans -- Boogie was breathing air-rarified among big men

what a shock -- no meddling toolhead father around, & Lakers are thriving

the story of Markelle Fultz gets weirder & weirder -- his game, according to a recent espn article, has deserted him temporarily -- this came on top of a diagnosis of "a scapular imbalance in the muscles of his shoulders" ......yes they've improved but their Process has deep-(7)6'd them more often than not -- along w/bad picks & luck


Marcus is out at least 2 weeks so he will not be out there. Which with his great defensive ability to switch and guard anybody is a big loss.

 

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  posted on 1/28/2018 at 09:05 AM
Warriors 109 Celtics 105

To me, probably the game of the year so far.........just SO fun to watch. And fun to watch two superstars put it all on the line for their teams. Kyrie Irving (37) was GREAT last night..........Steph Curry (49) just a little bit greater. One of those games by Curry when Warriors fans just sit back and admire, but I think the basketball universe must have admired............when he gets in the zone like that it's just LIGHTS OUT. Who can guard him? Same goes for Irving!

Just two heavyweight, powerhouse teams duking it out..........I thought several times in the second half that we had put enough distance between us with 10 point leads as Celtics did to us in the first half. Didn't matter, Celtics always came back.

The biggest difference I see between the two teams right now: We have three guys in Curry, Durant and Thompson who are capable of taking over a game offensively. Celtics have ONE. They rely way, way too much on Irving to put the ball in the hole. This is why I do not think the Celts at this point could ever take the Warriors in a 7 game series. Getting Gordon Hayward back is going to be really, really important to them.



[Edited on 1/28/2018 by robslob]

 

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  posted on 1/28/2018 at 01:19 PM
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Warriors 109 Celtics 105

To me, probably the game of the year so far.........just SO fun to watch. And fun to watch two superstars put it all on the line for their teams. Kyrie Irving (37) was GREAT last night..........Steph Curry (49) just a little bit greater. One of those games by Curry when Warriors fans just sit back and admire, but I think the basketball universe must have admired............when he gets in the zone like that it's just LIGHTS OUT. Who can guard him? Same goes for Irving!

Just two heavyweight, powerhouse teams duking it out..........I thought several times in the second half that we had put enough distance between us with 10 point leads as Celtics did to us in the first half. Didn't matter, Celtics always came back.

The biggest difference I see between the two teams right now: We have three guys in Curry, Durant and Thompson who are capable of taking over a game offensively. Celtics have ONE. They rely way, way too much on Irving to put the ball in the hole. This is why I do not think the Celts at this point could ever take the Warriors in a 7 game series. Getting Gordon Hayward back is going to be really, really important to them.



[Edited on 1/28/2018 by robslob]


That was a great NBA regular season game. Steph was ridiculous and Kyrie brilliant and it was an intense game. In the 2 meetings this year the score is 197-197.

 

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  posted on 1/29/2018 at 10:31 AM
Great ballgame -- Mr. Curry -- an athlete hitting the zone -- Kyrie 1st half, Stephen basically the whole game -- dfrnt subject, didn't know Marcus' hand was that bad, yikes -- but Warriyz (mock-Boston accent as always) rawk --

good point Rob on dependence on Kyrie -- we've had to lean-heavy on Kyrie & it's worked out super -- but yes, in a 7 game series, that could change -- no playoff game could top that one tho, great stuff -- Danny, that was some trade -- boy was I wrong....
look up bro, "AB available for trade," if he was available to return to Celts, he could only help, w/out upsetting the current rotation

HOWEVER -- if it did come to that (hypothetical C's-GSW final) -- outside chance Gordon H could indeed be in uniform -- word, IF the rehab continued 'apace', he'd be medically cleared to resume basketball activities' end of March --
or right around end of reg season -- then another 6 weeks or so of more game-rehab


[Edited on 1/29/2018 by Stephen]

 

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  posted on 1/29/2018 at 10:47 AM
But gotta hand it to Spurs too, w/out their best player, Kawhi Leonard, they just keep winning -- Tony Parker has now joined Ginobli coming off bench, to xclnt effect -- there's a new kid there now, Forbes -- Popovich is everything to Spurs, Red was to us

Leonard's injury is one I've never heard of before -- right quad tendiopathy -- media reports persist about off-court stuff keeping Kawhi off court too -- both he & team deny any 'rift' regarding the treatment of his tendiopathy

not the desired results yet for IT but Cleve is rebounding -- must be nice, one ex-MVP, Dwayne Wade, exits, & another, Derrick Rose, shows up -- they were going good w/Calderon, now he's riding the pine

SO WHAT -- until he returns we're calling him Not-so, not Marcus -- easy ones this week, look for Semi/Theis, good chance for them -- let's go C's

 

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But gotta hand it to Spurs too, w/out their best player, Kawhi Leonard, they just keep winning -- Tony Parker has now joined Ginobli coming off bench, to xclnt effect -- there's a new kid there now, Forbes -- Popovich is everything to Spurs, Red was to us

Leonard's injury is one I've never heard of before -- right quad tendiopathy -- media reports persist about off-court stuff keeping Kawhi off court too -- both he & team deny any 'rift' regarding the treatment of his tendiopathy

not the desired results yet for IT but Cleve is rebounding -- must be nice, one ex-MVP, Dwayne Wade, exits, & another, Derrick Rose, shows up -- they were going good w/Calderon, now he's riding the pine

SO WHAT -- until he returns we're calling him Not-so, not Marcus -- easy ones this week, look for Semi/Theis, good chance for them -- let's go C's


Stevens said again over the weekend he does not expect Hayward back this year.

 

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IF the rehab continued 'apace', he'd be medically cleared to resume basketball activities' end of March --
or right around end of reg season -- then another 6 weeks or so of more rehab (leading to hypothetical C's-GSW final late May)




long way to go yet -- they're saying he's rehabbing better than expected -- again it's an IF -- an outside one, but a chance nonetheless -- coach is saying Expects, not Won't Be back this season -- what a season it's been too -- ghastly injury beginning of it -- to, possibly, a great return at the end of it in June


[Edited on 1/29/2018 by Stephen]

 

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IF the rehab continued 'apace', he'd be medically cleared to resume basketball activities' end of March --
or right around end of reg season -- then another 6 weeks or so of more rehab (leading to hypothetical C's-GSW final late May)




long way to go yet -- they're saying he's rehabbing better than expected -- again it's an IF -- coach is saying Expects, not Won't Be back this season -- what a season it's been too -- ghastly injury beginning of it -- to, possibly, a great return at the end of it in June

[Edited on 1/29/2018 by Stephen]


Dont ya wonder if Gordon is thinking ,"jeez guys,
cant ya just struggle a little bit here without me!!"

They have not really missed a beat. It will be interesting
to see when he comes back and they are at full strength.

 

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