Discussion in 'Pistons and NBA' started by Sanddunes, Nov 5, 2005.
to Philly 111/109
Indy lost to Philly???At home??? I didnt think Philly could win 30 games after the other night!!Wow!!!
Bucks beat Heat!
Miami only went 7 deep all night. If Shaq had played, this would have been a win for the Heat. Magloire fouled out, and Bogut had 4 fouls. I'm willing to bet that Shaq would have fouled out Bogut as well.
It will be interesting to see how the Heat cope without Shaq.
spurs, indy and miami all lost 2nite to worse teams
:D Life is good!
The Clippers are the only unbeaten team in the West!
I'm not sure this has ever happened before, and really, it may never happen again. (These are the Clips were talking about, surely the most bedevilled franchise in the league....)
I thought I should point it out before the moment is lost. :D
They are really playing well. I think this is the best blend of veteran players and youth that the Clippers have ever had. I wouldn't be suprised if they ended up being one of the suprises of the West this year.
I agree they've been looking quite handy, but in spite of that, I have to say I would be surprised if they made the playoffs, just because something always seems to go wrong for them.
I think its because they skimp on the amenities like top flight trainers and facilities. You talk about the Kander effect for the pistons and the unusual lack of injuries...on the other end of the spectrum....
What happened to Indy's defense??
Out of the big 4 (detroit, san antonio, indy, and miami) we're the only ones undefeated.
Knicks Go To Zip Up and 3 Down
Brown Playing Rookies?
It is going to be a long season in Knicksville.
The Knicks are on the road for their next 6 games to the West Coast:
11/09 @POR 10:00pm
11/11 @GS 10:30pm
11/13 @SAC 9:00pm
11/14 @UTA 9:00pm
11/16 @LAL 10:00pm
11/18 @DEN 9:00pm
I wonder how long LB is going to love his "dream job"...
I picked the Clips to win their division... if you look at their roster you'll see this is no longer a team full of green players... a nice blend of athletes, scorers and decent defenders.
I'm pretty sure reality has already set in, but he's probably still glad he did it because of the bucks. Still...it will be fun watching him squirm.
It would be gr8 to see the Heat go on a losing streak while Shaq is out... just enough to give us a home court over them.
That was very surprising to see Philly pull one out in Indy without Dalembert (no size)... however I wouldn't put too much emphasis on it... we know Indy can be just as good on the road as at home.
The best record in the East is going down to the last week of the season... and I wouldn't count out the Bucks either.
LOL... will he wake up in a cold sweat realizing it was just a nightmare?
Maybe his diapers will leak too much to finish his coaching gig in N.Y.:P
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