Hollinger's Continual Attack On The Pistons

Discussion in 'Pistons and NBA' started by buddahfan, Jan 24, 2006.

  1. buddahfan

    buddahfan Retired from Forum

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    I see where that idiot just came out with an article on Filip's poor playoff record and then tries to say that the Pistons will flop this year in the playoffs.

    The guy is a horse's ass and a stupid one to boot.

    As I have pointed out before Flipper's record in the playoff's was primarily due to the T-Wolves awful seats over the years. Only in 2003-04 did the T-Wolves playoff team win more than 51 games during the regular season.

    In 2003-04 the T-Wolves won 58 games and would have beaten the Lakers to get into the finals if Sprewell wasn't injured and basically useless for that series.

    Hollinger is a stupid horses's ass and only one of the reasons that I don't spend my hard earned money on ESPN insider garbage.
  2. Darth Tater

    Darth Tater All-Star Forum Donor 6x Fantasy Champion

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    LOL. :laugh:

    Flip will prove all of his doubters wrong this year.
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    I know I saw it once that almost every series he lost, his team was the lower sead. put his T-Wolves in the East the last 10 years and I think it would be safe to bet his playoff record would have been tons better.

    All he really has ever had in minn was a one trick poney.
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    KP First Round Draft Pick

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    Cassell was hurt also - and they still nearly beat the Lakers.
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    Warthog Bench Warmer

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    Well he has all those stats things, but they're just his subjective opinion as to how to calculate the stats. I haven't seen any real statistical analysis method used.

    He said a 40-42 MN team should have gotten 1 game in a 5-game series against a 58-win team. That right there shows his statistics are pretty flawed.
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    Pastor Flournoy First Round Draft Pick

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    I would be concerned about those stats if this was a novice group. However, these guys don't need all the help other teams need. Rember LB never had a title till he came here.
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    lazyberbs First Round Draft Pick

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    Come on, buddahfan; quit beating about the bush and tell what you really think :eyebrows: :nod: !!!
  8. buddahfan

    buddahfan Retired from Forum

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    What I really think is that if all of the Pistons starting 5 are healthy for the playoffs they got themselves a NBA title this year.

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