Suns/Spurs Series

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  1. Dlev59

    Dlev59 Bench Warmer Moderator

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    This should be a great series.

    I think it would be safe to say the winner of this series and the winner of the Pistons/Bulls series should meet in the Finals.

    If that`s the case I would say a Spurs/Pistons Finals.

    In game 1 at the half the Suns are up by two...........
     
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    The Suns trainer sucks. He can't stop Nash's nose from bleeding and it might cost the Suns the game.
     
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    They just need to shut Nash down and fire the trainer. His face looks worse and worse the more they work on him. What a joke.
     
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    Arnie would have slapped some mango extract or something on that thing and the blood would have stopped immediately.....

    Parker has a hard head, he was dazed momentarily though. Perhaps, look for a Rip Hamilton mask for Nash now, I wouldn`t be surprised if his nose is broken.
     
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    This is one intense game! Seesaw battle for the whole 4th quarter.

    Could even Arnie Kander stop that bleeding? It almost looks like those blood geysers gushing in samurai movies when someone gets his limb hacked off.
     
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    Parker kind of flopped there to draw the off-the-ball foul. Big call. Barbosa's kind of an idiot, though, for that previous foul on Manu, although it didn't hurt them too badly because he bricked one of them.
     
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    Wow...Manu missed another one, but Amare blew a 2-footer!
     
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    Bob Delaney is a bonafide crook. His ability to no call Phoenix is becoming the stuff of legend.
     
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    You thought Amare got hacked there? Didn't look like it to me.
     
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    Wow.

    What a game. How ironic it might be that Parkers head to the nose of Nash might determine the winner of this series!
     
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    They would never call that.....
     
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    What a finish! Nash couldn't stop bleeding for a little while. And the Spurs take game 1.
     
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    D`Antoni is HOT!!!!!!!!1:pout: :flame: :yell: :mad2: :yuck: :censored:
     
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    How about Mr. Eva, 14-22 from the floor. Pretty clutch.
     
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    I watched Delaney screw the Suns all game.
     
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    For all the talk about how good Nash's teammates are, it seems from the box score that Amare was the only one who really contributed anything above normal production with his 18 boards. Every other Suns player played at or below expectations, and consequently the Suns forfeited the home court advantage right off the bat.

    And on the other side of the ball Finley and Big Shot Brob step up big in support of Duncan and Parker.

    I'll be waiting to see replays on nba.com of the bloddy nose...
     
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    I can't stand PHX, I hate everything about the way they play. I hate their offense, I hate their lack of defense, I hate how the league is trying to push this "new NBA" style down our throats.

    Give me a good old fashioned 64-62 Pistons-Pacers playoff game anytime of the week. A game where possessions mean something and only the toughest survive.

    PHX for all the love they get, just had SA (a supposedly boring team) walk into their HOMECOURT and beat them at their own game. SA did it to them in 2005 and will do it again this year. PHX is getting outplayed at their own game in their own gym and I couldn't love it more.

    D'Antoni is one of the biggest crybaby whiners I've ever seen, if He were Sheed he would have racked up suspensions by the 2nd week of the regular season. The guy is a freaking lunatic.

    Great game by the SPURS, way to show their CHAMPIONSHIP EXPERIENCE, something the "gimmick" SUNS will NEVER HAVE.

    GO SPURS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    Agreed Jack. Suns are smoke & mirrors with Stern's reflection. I'm rooting SA all the way to the finals.

    Maybe a bit premature, but I'm hoping for a Pistons-Spurs rematch.
     
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    Jackattaq First Round Draft Pick

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    That year, those were my two favorite teams and I'm a HUGE TD fan. I just don't get the whole "boring" superstar stuff. He plays in whatever manner will help his team win, why is that boring? If he gets doubled and triple teammed he is UNSELFISH enough to pass out of it. (so many others aren't nowadays)

    I just love the way that Duncan plays and other than Bowen there isn't anyone on that team that I just despise.

    With the trade of Darko to Orlando, My favorite teams are now PISTONS, MAGIC and then SPURS.

    Darko and Duncan are definately my favorites outside of Detroit.
     
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    Tim sucks. He's great, but boring as all get out.

    I don't want to see the Spurs in the Finals because Pop is a better coach than Flip (experience) and my heart can no longer handle 80 to 78 games over the course of an entire 7 game series.
     

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