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Discussion in 'Pistons and NBA' started by FreshPrince22, Apr 23, 2007.
Marv Albert just called a 3 hit by Johnny Stackhouse.
Heh, I missed that he said that...Johnny Stack is keeping them in with all these triples.
Baron to the locker room? Not a good sign for the Warriors.
Too bad he's not in Det anymore...nothing would be funnier than watching him have to be called Johnny by Sheed every game.
My quality of life would be compromised if CHOKEHOUSE was back in the D.
TNT says that Baron has a slight hamstring injury. They're playing well now even without him, but I don't think that can last. They're going to have a lot of trouble if he can't put up big numbers.
The Mavs losin would bust my bracket all to hell, but I secretly hope it happens.
Yeah, but Baron is walking so slap an Icy-Hot Backside Patch on that sucka and release the hounds. This game is exactly why run and gun teams bug me so much...how many 100's of 3s does Johnny have to hit from the corner before GS finds a player they can allocate to defend him at some point while he sets up his camping gear on the sideline?
Keeping every Mav but Stack out of rhythm with this terrible 3-2 zone may help come the 4th quarter. Monta Ellis playing well is a good sign; they'll need to play a 2-point guard front if Dallas tries trapping Baron again. And Mark Cuban's referee of the night, sponsored by Mark Cuban is... Mark Wunderlich.
Hey 'scoe...do I get a boobie prize when I hit 1000 posts?
But I think the deal with hamstring strains or pulls is that you can sometimes walk OK, but you can't run at all.
@ Low - Why? You already have two boobies.
SJax took an unintentional elbow to the face from a teammate...ouch.
Baron doing his Isiah impression or Grant? He looks awful. It takes Javie and Garretson both to overrule Wunderlich's no-call.
Baron is really laboring here. Looks like the Warriors...probably should have won Game 5 when they had the chance.
Davis lookin like Magic in '89 Kerr acting like Davis died.
Steve Kerr says it may take a "Willis Reed-type effort" from Baron...well, Willis Reed scored all of 4 points in that game, as inspirational as he was. Clyde Frazier with 36 points and 19 assists was somewhat more of a factor in that game.
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To be fair, Kerr was only about five years old at the time. Keep on chuckin', Seinfeld.
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