Martti. wrote:Lakers 1-4 is nice to see, though it just reminds me of the 67-win Mavs, who started like that as well, so I think it's early too fire Brown.
Miami's improving defense is also nice.
bowdown wrote:Brandon Roy left the Pacers game with a sore right knee at halftime...
benji wrote:LeBron is such a choker. And people were talking about him as an all-time great. As having possibly surpassed Kobe. What a joke.
Nick wrote:MKG comes out, Bobcats beat Mavs!
NovU wrote:Dirkless Dallas and Bobcats? No thx, I find curling championship more exciting.
Dc311 wrote:I don't know who watched the Spurs @ Blazers game last night but that was a great game.I really like that Portland rookie Damian Lillard.That dude can ball.Gary Neal held his own.He became an asshole with his shooting.I am glad he is with us.
bowdown wrote:Aldridge needs to get his ass back in the paint. Terry Stotts is having him take too many 20 footers. Dump his ass in the paint and let him work. Occasional Pick and pops are ok too
John Schuhmann: Just noticed that LaMarcus Aldridge took 22 of his 26 shots from outside the paint on Sat. I guess he didn't get the message from @Jason Quick.
NovU wrote:Holy shit. Am I seeing things right? Grizzlies making the Heat look like a D-League team.
Gay > LeQuit, Ellington who? > Wade, Randolph > Bosh.
Andrew Bynum's debut with the Philadelphia 76ers may not come until 2013.
Bynum, Philadelphia's 7-foot center, will miss at least five more weeks because of a bone bruise in his right knee and could be held out until early January.
shadowgrin wrote:Quick question: who is better in basketball, a black dude or a pinoy dude. If you thought or considered for a moment that it's the black dude then you're also a little bit racist.
End of any racist discussion.
shadowgrin wrote:I'm surprised Wade didn't flop on that one.
Cartar wrote:moe szyslak wrote:Where's Royce White, and how is he doing in his fears?
Not very well
rise wrote:Varejao and Irving BOTH set their career highs in scoring and the Cavs still get blown out?
Speaks volumes about the remaining players.
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