2006-2007 Season Talk (non Pistons)

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  1. webz

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    But one does have to wonder why she was out of the kitchen... :stirthepot::MusicBigGrin:

    Surprised he didn't pull out the ol joke.
    Q. Why did the woman cross the road?
    A. Never mind that! What was she doing out of the kitchen?!

    Or in this case the equality version should be:
    A. To get to the basketball game and referee and get the C.R.E.A.M.
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    Some off color or gender or politically incorrect comments get some people fired or they are asked to resign.

    Maxwell's apology should have included some community service like cleaning her kitchen.:)
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    The Heat can move to within 1 1/2 games of the Wiz with a win this evening. At the moment the Heat are holding on to the 6th seed, the Wiz the #3 seed.

    As I said earlier, is there any doubt the Heat will win that division? With or without Wade..........

    BTW, the game is on NBA TV at 6:00 PM tonight.
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    Heard him a couple of times now and Mark Jackson is a pretty good broadcaster. I hope ABC sticks with him for a while.
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    I flipped over to the end of the Wizards' OT loss at home to the Raptors tonight during the Pistons-Nets game, but OMG, I had no idea how badly the Wizards choked to let it get into OT in the first place. I just saw the highlights on ESPN. This description is from the Washington Post's game re-cap:

    It was a completely ridiculous play, and actually almost as unlikely as the steal-and-heave Sheed miracle against the Nuggets.
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    Yeah in that situation Ruffin was supposed to hold on to it and get fouled or check the clock first and if he just had to throw it, toss it high enough in the air so that the clock will run out before it falls.. If the Wiz don't rebound they will reaaly look back at this loss and that play if it affects their seeding.
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    D4E are you surprised?

    It`s the Wizards, remember................:lol:

    A team of destiny or should I say a team of infamy!!!!!:pound:
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    One jump shot every 2 seconds would be 6,000 seconds which is is 100 minutes.

    My guess is that he is probably shooting between an hour and 90 minutes before and after the game.

    :hoops:
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    I don't know. It could be that he has eaten this woman's cooking and it it could be that it is a hell of a lot better than her officiating, which probably isn't saying much

    Cedric is a funny dude. One tough ball player though.

    :hoops:
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    Tyrus Thomas had his career high today with 25 points (or something like that). It was all dunks and free throws.

    I'm telling ya, this guy is changing the Bulls team. They are going to be tougher than their record indicates.
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    Raptors make the playoffs for the first time in 5 seasons.

    This is a scary team in the East. Really underrated. Best record in the East since Jan 1.
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    What about the loss of Garbabosa though?

    Will this just open the door for more Bargnani PT?
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    Caron Butler broke his finger. Expects to possibly make it back for the second or third round of the playoffs.

    Dwyane Wade had his first scheduled workout today. Hopes to return for the last week of the season.

    Mike Miller likely to shut it down for the season so the Grizzlies can tank.

    Lebron has tendinitis in his right knee.

    Adrian Dantley will coach the Nuggets Tuesday as George Karl takes a leave of absence to see his son, who had surgery today on cancerous lymph nodes.

    Big Shot Rob Horry keeps straining his abdominal muscles.
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    Henry Abbott from TrueHoop has some interesting info on the western playoff race. The Lakers, Suns and egad, the Jason Hart Clippers.

    ESPN.com: TrueHoop
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    Thanks for this great site about West playoffs. I am rooting for GSW for 8th, would love to see them play AND BEAT Mavs. Don Nelson has so much vengeance in his heart for Dallas and always beats them. Wow, what a finale, Spurs v. GSW, and it would be a fight, because even tho we beat them it is always a struggle. :)

    (sorry if this is dup, I think I lost my post)
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    Barb, I think the Warriors can beat the Mavs too in the a first round matchup...They have already done it 2-3 times this season. That would really be an upset of major proportions. That of course would make it easier for your Spurs to get to the big dance.:)

    Also would like to see the Clippers grab the 7th spot and see the Kobes sitting out this post season, but I know that won't happen.
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    I am totally primed for a warriors-mavs matchup. I hate to see sweeps in the 1st round and could be a big test for the mavs. a suns-lakers rematch would also be an entertaining 1st round matchup. spurs-nuggets is also enticing, as is a rockets-jazz clash.

    thats my hope for the 1st round in the west.

    in the east i want a bulls-heat matchup in the 1st round. other than that i don't care who else plays each other.
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    I just want to point out the sickening box score of Dwight Howard today...

    35 points on 14-15 shooting... or should I say dunking.
    7-10 from the free throw line
    11 rebounds
    5 assists
    3 steals


    My question is, has anyone ever scored more points while missing 0 or 1 shots?

    Wilt would probably be the first place I would look, but it would be a hard one to research.

    Edit: here is the best I could find.
    December 8, 1961
    Larry Costello of the Syracuse Nationals scored 32 straight points without missing-- 13 field goals and six free throws.
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