As the season turns...

Discussion in 'Pistons and NBA' started by Sanddunes, Nov 5, 2005.

  1. Abe Froemen

    Abe Froemen First Round Draft Pick

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    I know we all make fun of the clippers but what the hell happened to them? They started off hot at 14-5 and now they seem like the same old clips going 6-11 oh wait they are the clippers of course they suck
     
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    Kobe goes for 81 points tonight. Expect it to dominate the headlines tomorrow.

    http://sports.yahoo.com/nba/boxscore?gid=2006012213

    I'm kinda surprised he was able to sneak 2 assists in there. LOL

    To put that in perspective, Jordan's career high was 69. INSANE.
     
  3. MotownPride

    MotownPride Starter 2x Fantasy Champion

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    all I can say is..

    WOW!!!
     
  4. Abe Froemen

    Abe Froemen First Round Draft Pick

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    Most ever points scored in an nba game ever wilt with 100

    #2 Kobe 81

    I thought that when Robinson got 71 against the Clips back in 94 that was going to be the highest anyone got because come on 71 points who is gonna score that many points in todays nba

    All I can say is Mo Pete is gonna call in sick:sick: tomorrow/today :yield: :Cry: :crutch:
     
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    MotownPride Starter 2x Fantasy Champion

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    exactly.

    to say he didn't do a good job guarding his man...is a tad bit of an understatement. :laugh:
     
  6. mercury

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    Pacers dropping like a lead balloon

    With the recent injury to Jermaine O'Neal he will be out apprx 2 months.
    They could drop out of playoff contention.
    J.O. was their inside presence on both sides of the ball... Peja sure isn't gonna help in that regard.... teams can play honest on the perimeter now.

    Another big blow for the Pacemakers
     
  7. LanierFan

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    Tough loss for the Pacers against San Antonio yesterday. Peja looked pretty good for Indy. He, Sarunas and Jackson definitely give them some firepower, but they just don't get enough production down low with O'Neal out. Still, the Pacers are going to be a tough out in the playoffs.
     
  8. Abe Froemen

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    The Suns are humiliating the Rockets. Last I checked the score was 102-60 with half the 4th to go. The Suns largest lead was 47
     
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    Up by 12 with 7 minutes to go. Looks like the Heat are in trouble, losing to the Hawks AT HOME NO LESS!!!
     
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    aaaand the heat won lol
     
  12. roscoe36

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    Zaza fouled out. :doh:
     
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    Maybe Jermaine O'Neal will get his wish and see the Pistons in the first round... he can come to the Palace and watch from the cheap seats...
    after losing to the Raps tonight they're getting close to being bounced out of the playoff contention.
    they're 4-6 in their last ten games.
     
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    WOWOWOWOW!

    Zaza Pachulia had 26 points tonight for Atlanta, buit the Knicks are punishing them with rookie power in OVERTIME.

    Nate Robinson with David Lee fast breaking on the wing, Nate feeds DLee and he has a real nice side pump (protect the ball) slam.

    Nice stuff. Go Knicks and Go Pachulia!!! :D

    OMG, Nate Robinson is playing so well that LB has benched Marbury. INSANITY!
     
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    I can see LB and Marbury coming to physical blows any day now.

    I must say, I LOVE the fact that NY is a total mess.
     
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    Dallas lost in NJ... we're back on top again
     
  17. roscoe36

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    It's nice to remember that other teams lose as well. There is no such thing as perfection.
     
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    Perspective is highly overrated. Climb on down here into the navel with the rest of us and have a gaze. :eyebrows:

    I like the way panic gets the endorphines going.
     
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    If anybody cares to see the exact opposite of Detroit's managerial approach, check out this article describing why Don Nelson and Mark Cuban broke up their relationship in Dallas.

    A highlight:

     
  20. roscoe36

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    That is pretty interesting. It takes a certain personality to put up with a hands-on owner like Mark Cuban.
     

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