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PostPosted: Wed May 16, 2012 12:16 am    Post subject: [NSR] NBA Playoffs Reply with quote

Thread is self explanatory.

GO LAKERS
GO PACERS
GO CELTICS
GO CLIPPERS

Woo-Hoo the West is the BEST!

Ladies and Gentlemen, place your bets Clap

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PostPosted: Wed May 16, 2012 12:40 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ive lost a bit of interest in the NBA the last few years. That said, Id like to see the Thunder win it all. And JH, Kobe's run is over man. Never win another in a Lakers jersey. Razz
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PostPosted: Wed May 16, 2012 12:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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PostPosted: Wed May 16, 2012 3:15 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'd love to see the Clips go, but It's gonna be the Spurs vs the Pacers in the finals (barring any interference from that criminal David Stern), and the Spurs will win it all. They're just too deep and too consistent for anyone else to compete with this year.
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PostPosted: Wed May 16, 2012 4:44 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Ive lost a bit of interest in the NBA the last few years. That said, Id like to see the Thunder win it all. And JH, Kobe's run is over man. Never win another in a Lakers jersey. Razz
The Thunder are awesome. If the Lakers have to go, best it's the Thunder to dispatch them. Them boys are ballers, to be sure.

Kobe's run, over? He could have had the scoring title and is playing like a young man. He has three or four "Kobe seasons" left, I would say.

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I'd love to see the Clips go, but It's gonna be the Spurs vs the Pacers in the finals (barring any interference from that criminal David Stern), and the Spurs will win it all. They're just too deep and too consistent for anyone else to compete with this year.

SA is an awesome organisation. And with it's mix of championship veterans, good young players, and great coaching they are going to be one tough out. Most likely damn near impossible to win in a 7 game series

Miami lost last night Very Happy.

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PostPosted: Wed May 16, 2012 6:16 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Though I don't really care that much for the participants, and would like to see good matchups, I just have to say Fear the Beard, LA. Go Thunder.
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PostPosted: Wed May 16, 2012 4:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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PostPosted: Wed May 16, 2012 6:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I've been a Celtics fan since the days of Larry Bird and Kevin McHale.
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PostPosted: Wed May 16, 2012 11:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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I've been a Celtics fan since the days of Larry Bird and Kevin McHale.

I am genetically engineered to be a Celtics fan. So it's too bad that I have to root against the self-described best team of all time Over Heated.

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Why post? Confused

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PostPosted: Wed May 16, 2012 11:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Syd wrote:
hal888 wrote:
I've been a Celtics fan since the days of Larry Bird and Kevin McHale.

I am genetically engineered to be a Celtics fan. So it's too bad that I have to root against the self-described best team of all time Over Heated.
I on the other hand am genetically engineered to be opposed to that puke green shamrock of a team. Bird and McHale brought nothing but heartache. Not to mention the rest.

But I'll always have Magic's Baby Hook ftw Smile

I like this "new" Celtics, however. My fave team from the east. I like Doc and the "Big Four." They are tough, resilient, and reliable, it would seem. Rondo is awesome. When he played that one playoff game with a dislocated elbow last season? That was great!

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Why post? Confused


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PostPosted: Thu May 17, 2012 12:01 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Well, since the Bulls dropped out early, I've moved on to my "anyone but" list.

Anyone but the Heat.

In MLB, once the Cubs are out (yeah I know, that's usually in April) it's anyone but the Yankees.

NFL .... anyone but the Pack.

NHL ... I didn't really have that filled, but after the dirty, cheap hit by Torres that knocked Hossa out (and he's still suffering problems from the severe concussion). the Phoenix Coyotes may fill that void. Although I respect their coach and for the most part the rest of the team.

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PostPosted: Thu May 17, 2012 12:02 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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hal888 wrote:
I've been a Celtics fan since the days of Larry Bird and Kevin McHale.

I am genetically engineered to be a Celtics fan. So it's too bad that I have to root against the self-described best team of all time Over Heated.
I on the other hand am genetically engineered to be opposed to that puke green shamrock of a team. Bird and McHale brought nothing but heartache. Not to mention the rest.

But I'll always have Magic's Baby Hook ftw Smile

I like this "new" Celtics, however. My fave team from the east. I like Doc and the "Big Four." They are tough, resilient, and reliable, it would seem. Rondo is awesome. When he played that one playoff game with a dislocated elbow last season? That was great!

Favorite memory from one of the many Celtic/Lakers finals was McHale guarding Kareem on the outside of the low post, with Kareem leaning on McHale, trying to move him further out. Leaning and pushing and leaning and McHale just steps to the side! Classic. Kareem ends up on his butt. Haha!

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PostPosted: Thu May 17, 2012 12:21 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Raiderfn311 wrote:
Keys wrote:
Don't care.


Why post? Confused


Why ask?



Why ask why? Razz Seriously, this talk of the old Celtics and "Showtime" Lakers make me yearn for those years. Those Piston teams of the late 80's were cool too. The Bulls were The Bulls. You had Ewing and the Knicks, "The Dream" in Houston. Maybe being younger helped me get into it, I dont know. I guess I should watch a series or two and see how they "take". Smile And Syd, to answer your first question, it annoyed me, since this was a "NSR" thread and thats all he had to say. Not a big deal in the least, but saying what I said was fair.

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PostPosted: Thu May 17, 2012 12:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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I like this "new" Celtics, however. My fave team from the east. I like Doc and the "Big Four." They are tough, resilient, and reliable, it would seem. Rondo is awesome. When he played that one playoff game with a dislocated elbow last season? That was great!



I completely agree. They went through some tough years, but the Celts are the best.
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PostPosted: Thu May 17, 2012 1:28 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

go SA were quietly headed for our fifth championship with timmy and crew , GO Spurs!! i love watching the heat fail and every body making excuses for them when real champions just get it done no excuses
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Syd wrote:
JHScoot wrote:
Syd wrote:
hal888 wrote:
I've been a Celtics fan since the days of Larry Bird and Kevin McHale.

I am genetically engineered to be a Celtics fan. So it's too bad that I have to root against the self-described best team of all time Over Heated.
I on the other hand am genetically engineered to be opposed to that puke green shamrock of a team. Bird and McHale brought nothing but heartache. Not to mention the rest.

But I'll always have Magic's Baby Hook ftw Smile

I like this "new" Celtics, however. My fave team from the east. I like Doc and the "Big Four." They are tough, resilient, and reliable, it would seem. Rondo is awesome. When he played that one playoff game with a dislocated elbow last season? That was great!

Favorite memory from one of the many Celtic/Lakers finals was McHale guarding Kareem on the outside of the low post, with Kareem leaning on McHale, trying to move him further out. Leaning and pushing and leaning and McHale just steps to the side! Classic. Kareem ends up on his butt. Haha!


Funny, I have no recollection of that whatsoever!

Sounds like typical Celtic propaganda Razz

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JHScoot wrote:


I like this "new" Celtics, however. My fave team from the east. I like Doc and the "Big Four." They are tough, resilient, and reliable, it would seem. Rondo is awesome. When he played that one playoff game with a dislocated elbow last season? That was great!



I completely agree. They went through some tough years, but the Celts are the best.


Yeah its tough to watch such a storied franchise hit the skids. But they are indeed back and rebuilt. For awhile now, too. But changes are coming once more. I only hope they can continue with the good mojo.

Being a Laker fan spoils us out west. I mean in the last 60 years or so they have missed the post season just four times. Quite a run.


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go SA were quietly headed for our fifth championship with timmy and crew , GO Spurs!! i love watching the heat fail and every body making excuses for them when real champions just get it done no excuses


I respect SA and Duncan in particular. Can't really cheer for them atm, though.

Oh, the thorn in the side of my beloved L.A. teams Sad

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PostPosted: Thu May 17, 2012 11:50 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

LAKERS!! Crying or Very sad

Hey, thanks for single handedly losing a masterpiece, Kobe.

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PostPosted: Thu May 17, 2012 4:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ha, a masterpiece? They only scored 75! FEAR THE BEARD!!
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PostPosted: Thu May 17, 2012 10:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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LAKERS!! Crying or Very sad

Hey, thanks for single handedly losing a masterpiece, Kobe.


I didn't watch the game, but I'll assume Meta World Worthless played his usual large part in the loss. He first came up with the Bulls and I was actually upset when they got rid of him. Then the, up to then, unknown stories of all of his craziness in the clubhouse surfaced.

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PostPosted: Thu May 17, 2012 11:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Rob, I am usually dead on when it comes to sports trivia, so I thought I had you with Artest starting w/The Bulls. Thought he started w/Pacers. WRONG. Got me.
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Ha, a masterpiece? They only scored 75! FEAR THE BEARD!!

Well alright, overstated. But the second half was masterful on the Lakers part imo. And, I can't blame it ALL on Kobe upon checking out the last two minutes of the game again. They scored not one point. Not even a free throw.

No excuse for that, really. They lost by one point Sad
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LAKERS!! Crying or Very sad

Hey, thanks for single handedly losing a masterpiece, Kobe.


I didn't watch the game, but I'll assume Meta World Worthless played his usual large part in the loss. He first came up with the Bulls and I was actually upset when they got rid of him. Then the, up to then, unknown stories of all of his craziness in the clubhouse surfaced.

Rob


Metta did ok. He was criticized for inbounding the ball for the last shot to Steve Blake and not Kobe, but Blake had a wide open 3 attempt. It's the NBA, you gotta bury that shot. But he missed.

Boston seems to be destroying the 76'ers atm.....

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Metta World Peace?????? NO! NO! NO! Im like the guys the barbershop in "Coming to America". Qoute-" His momma called him Clay, Im gonna call hime Clay." Quote-"I say Clay"


I know this is America and a man has a right legally. He doesnt have the right to make me refer to him as that. And the way he acts( Artest). I mean damn.

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Rob, I am usually dead on when it comes to sports trivia, so I thought I had you with Artest starting w/The Bulls. Thought he started w/Pacers. WRONG. Got me.


I wouldn't have known other than being a long time Bulls fan. That and the fact that the Chicago sports media still recounts stories of Artests' weirdness.

The Bulls traded Artest to the Pacers. I think Jalen Rose came in return. Not a great player, but we still got the best of that deal. Smile

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Well its all over but the shouting for both L.A. teams, now. Oh well. The Lakers slugged it out ok but the Clippers are clearly overmatched. I think when SA wins it all their run will be one of the most successful and dominant in playoff history. This is a true team. They were 24 down and never broke a sweat about it. They are seemingly winning at will. Literally.

So that is amazing. Tim Duncan? The guy is great. Is this really his last season? He can play!. But I guess it's like Charles Barkley said about a current player being praised because he was averaging 16 points and 6 rebounds a game. He said "What! That's nothing. When I averaged that they made me retire." He was being tongue in cheek, of course. But the "Big Fundamental" still makes me think "how did he do that?" Tim is known as a power forward but there is a lot of Larry Bird in his game, too. The passing and what not. And the ease with which he seems to play the game and score. He does make it look easy. Graceful, even.

So its simple. SA is badass and they have Tim Duncan. May as well just call it now. Unless the draw the Celtics. That would be a great series.

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Two series....ALL TIED UP 2-2!

Oh my Clap

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 12, 2012 4:39 am    Post subject: Re: [NSR] NBA Playoffs Reply with quote

JHScoot wrote:
Thread is self explanatory.

GO LAKERS
GO PACERS
GO CELTICS
GO CLIPPERS

Woo-Hoo the West is the BEST!

Ladies and Gentlemen, place your bets Clap



Well, its the beginning of the end....of B-Ball season. And as you can see by the quoted, things didn't quite work out for my teams. Crying or Very sad

So, what does a lonely NBA fan do at 9:25 on a Monday night? Well, he watches game 5 of the 1997 Finals between the Bulls and Jazz on NBATV and dreads the four months to come Sad

But, we do have The Finals to look forward to. For the uninitiated, in one corner we have the villainous betrayer of Cleveland LeBron James and his much despised "Hollywood As Hell" Miami Heat. A team of seasoned veterans in the prime of their playing days and expected to win a title for the second season in a row. Oh but wait. They LOST last year. Second time the charm?

boo

In the other corner we have the young upstart Oklahoma City Thunder. With a starting line-up of 22, 23, and 24 year old guys and being wholesome as hell, OKC has very quietly become "America's Team" overnight, and it's young superstars are raring to show they are deserving of a title win and make claim to being a real force in the NBA for years to come.

GO OKC

I am almost afraid to cheer for them given the outcome of my original picks.

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Rob wrote:
Well, since the Bulls dropped out early, I've moved on to my "anyone but" list.

Anyone but the Heat.

In MLB, once the Cubs are out (yeah I know, that's usually in April) it's anyone but the Yankees.

NFL .... anyone but the Pack.

NHL ... I didn't really have that filled, but after the dirty, cheap hit by Torres that knocked Hossa out (and he's still suffering problems from the severe concussion). the Phoenix Coyotes may fill that void. Although I respect their coach and for the most part the rest of the team.

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 12, 2012 7:15 am    Post subject: Re: [NSR] NBA Playoffs Reply with quote

JHScoot wrote:
JHScoot wrote:
Thread is self explanatory.

GO LAKERS
GO PACERS
GO CELTICS
GO CLIPPERS

Woo-Hoo the West is the BEST!

Ladies and Gentlemen, place your bets Clap



Well, its the beginning of the end....of B-Ball season. And as you can see by the quoted, things didn't quite work out for my teams. Crying or Very sad

So, what does a lonely NBA fan do at 9:25 on a Monday night? Well, he watches game 5 of the 1997 Finals between the Bulls and Jazz on NBATV and dreads the four months to come Sad

But, we do have The Finals to look forward to. For the uninitiated, in one corner we have the villainous betrayer of Cleveland LeBron James and his much despised "Hollywood As Hell" Miami Heat. A team of seasoned veterans in the prime of their playing days and expected to win a title for the second season in a row. Oh but wait. They LOST last year. Second time the charm?

boo

In the other corner we have the young upstart Oklahoma City Thunder. With a starting line-up of 22, 23, and 24 year old guys and being wholesome as hell, OKC has very quietly become "America's Team" overnight, and it's young superstars are raring to show they are deserving of a title win and make claim to being a real force in the NBA for years to come.

GO OKC

I am almost afraid to cheer for them given the outcome of my original picks.

It appears the the Thunder are early favorites over the Tepid as of this evening. But the big losers are whatever network is televising the Finals. Sure, they can market the Chosen One, DWade, and That Other Guy, What's His Name?, but OKC? What the hell does OKC stand for? Where's LA, Boston, even the Magic for chrissakes?

I was talking to a longtime New Englander last week who said now that the Celtics are gone, the whole New England market will turn on the Red Sox and ignore the NBA until next year. I believe him.

So unless OKC/Heat produce an early series masterpiece, something that can stand up to game 5 in the '76 Suns/Celtics series, I think the Nielsen rating are going to be in the gutter - air-balls, you might say.

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I'm rooting for the Sonics Very Happy
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Gritty, you do know Shawn Kemp and Gary Payton won't be suiting up tonight, right?
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Gritty, you do know Shawn Kemp and Gary Payton won't be suiting up tonight, right?


I just hope when Clay Bennett hoists the championship trophy that he says, "And this one's for you guys in Seattle too."

I'm thinking it'll be a close and interesting series.
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THE HEAT IS......off Evil or Very Mad

Go OKC!!

Game 3 woo-hoo

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Until next year's Finals....adios.

MB needs more B-Ball fans Sad

My teams did note fare well this playoff run. Ho-Hum.

At least now all the "when will Lebron win HIS Championship" noise will die down.

Respect Miami for winning. Hate Miami because they're....MIAMI!

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