TNT Releases Slate Of Games For 12-13, NBA Finals Rematch Set for March 15th
Today TNT released it's yearly slate of games, the schedule features some of the most marquee match-ups, so lets see who made prime time!
Here's the full list of games that will be aired on TNT this season:
Washington vs. Oklahoma City, Sacramento vs. San Antonio
LA Clippers vs. Indiana, La Lakers vs. Oklahoma City
Chicago vs. Golden State, Phoenix vs. Memphis
New Orleans vs. Oklahoma City, Portland vs. Orlando
La Lakers vs. Chicago, Indiana vs. La Clippers
New York vs. Memphis, Phoenix vs. La Lakers
Dallas vs. Atlanta, Oklahoma City vs. La Lakers
Chicago vs. Oklahoma City, New York vs. Miami
Cleveland vs. Seattle, Oklahoma City vs. Toronto
Atlanta vs. Miami, Indiana vs. Oklahoma City
Houston vs. Oklahoma City, La Lakers vs. La Clippers
La Lakers vs. Brooklyn, Chicago vs. Houston
La Clippers vs. Miami, Portland vs. Indiana
La Clippers vs. Phoenix, Seattle vs. Oklahoma City
Houston vs. Chicago, Atlanta vs. Denver
Memphis vs. Sacramento, La Clippers vs. La Lakers
Miami vs. New York, Seattle vs. Chicago, Orlando vs. Sacramento
Miami vs. Houston, Washington vs. Denver
New York vs. La Lakers, La Clippers vs. Cleveland
Chicago vs. Orlando, Golden State vs. Portland
Miami vs. Philadelphia, Dallas vs. Portland
La Clippers vs. Oklahoma City, Dallas vs. Memphis
Radioman wrote:Congratulations you were able to win the Heat rivalry game, lets see if you can keep it up in the regular season and make it above .500 to gain a nice Playoff seed. Maybe you can make Calloway a future All Star?
SuperHueyNewton wrote:Nice preason, thunder lose had to have been hard. Good luck this season
Red Mamba wrote:Sick graphics and layout, bro. Good start to the season going 2-0 - maybe Dan Gilbert was right; if you keep this up, Cleveland get a ring before LeBron does...
KidJustin wrote:your graphics are ALWAYS so sharp n creative
IF i decide to ever come back to do another story (maybe with 2k13?) i will probably do something similar to you since i've been looking for a way to do quick recaps but still keep it entertaining
.dan wrote:Sweet presentation, but some of the pics are cut in half for me like the TNT logo and the Granger pic.
KiD wrote:Great presentation man, and great win, Cavs on fire
Radioman wrote:I like this Layout and Grafics, great Game by Calloway and Irving defeating the Pacers. Both with 30+ points and .500+ shooting.
Radioman wrote:Calloway realy get it going together with Irving. Two 40+ Games in a row? Thats impressive! By the way great start into the season.
SuperHueyNewton wrote:Goin better than I thought, lookin very interesting. But what do you mean by, 'you cheese, I cheese?'
Can Quincy Calloway be better than LeBron James? In his 2nd year he's ahead of LeBron's development
He is taller than LeBron James. He is longer than LeBron. He plays a relatively weak position in the NBA right now. Lets not forget he can shoot the ball and has an amazing post game with an array of moves, while having the same skills LeBron has in passing ability, vision, rebounding ability and everything under the sun. One of the bigger differences though is that we know already that Quincy has a killer instinct, LeBron still hasn't shown that in 9 seasons, this is only Quincy's second season.
He already has accomplished something LeBron even couldn't with the Cavs in his first six games. He's won every single one of them. The Cavs are off to their best start ever and Calloway has led the charge so far by averaging a ridiculous 35.7 ppg, which leads the NBA and leading the league in blocks at 2.2 per game and is fourth in steals at 1.7. Calloway was just announced as the Eastern Conference Player of the Week for the second week in a row and is well on his way to Player of the Month and his first All-Star game selection at the tender age of 20.
Mo' Scoring, Mo' Points
We're not even a month into the NBA season yet and we've already seen some remarkable performances from the NBA's top players! Starting in the second game of the season, Minnesota's Derrick Williams scored 49 points against the Phoenix Suns setting the NBA high for the season which many believed would last at least a few months. Then about a week later Quincy Calloway scored 46 points against the Washington Wizards and 44 points against the Golden State Warriors in consecutive games! Of course not to be outdone Amar'e Stoudemire came out a few nights later and scored his New York Knick high of 45 points against the Milwaukee Bucks. Then, last night, Kevin Durant walked into Oracle Arena with a look in his eye reminiscent of the all-time greats as he put up a career and franchise high 59 points! Durant's outburst now ties him with Quincy Calloway for the highest scoring average in the league at 35.7 ppg. If the scoring average stays this high throughout the season, it will be the highest points per game average since Michael Jordan led the league in 1987 at 37.1 ppg.
Jordan desperate for franchise player, will sale if team can't change fortunes
Michael Jordan apparently has an exit strategy to leave the Bobcats, which will undoubtedly make Charlotte fans take to the streets for a mass celebration, provided His Airness keeps his word.
Already 6-0 entering what appears to be another lost season as Bobcats owner, Jordan recently told his GM, Rich Cho, to try his best to acquire a franchise cornerstone to accelerate the rebuilding campaign. He also dropped a bombshell, telling Cho and other deputies that if this project can’t produce a winner and he continues to lose millions over the next “two to three years,” then he intends to sell the team.
“I told Rich to make us better and get someone the fans can get excited about,” Jordan told one associate recently. “If he can't get a player that we can build around, there's no way I can turn this franchise around in the next two to three years. I’m gonna have to sell.”
Jordan told Cho, the Thunder’s former assistant GM who arrived in Charlotte last season, to “follow the Oklahoma City model.”
Good luck with that, because there was some major luck involved in Oklahoma City’s ascension to the top of the Western Conference. The Thunder was most fortunate that Portland passed on Kevin Durant in the 2007 draft, instead opting to take Greg Oden with the top pick. The Blazers once passed on Jordan, and they might end up never living down their Oden pick.
Because Jordan has been such a failure as an owner — even drawing rare criticism recently from his best pal, Charles Barkley — there will be plenty of fans in Charlotte who hope this next rebuilding campaign is a flop. Just so that he sells and gets out of town.
tsmoha wrote:Wow, awesome work on your layout! I will have to catch up to this story, but will for sure follow. Keep it going!
megarover wrote:Wow those Cavs are playing some great ball
SuperHueyNewton wrote:I actually liked this trade in real life. We got rid of injured prone Corey Maggette (SpellCheck) and we got a decent guard out of Ben Gordon. We may win over ten to fifteen games this season, depending on how we do in the free agency this year also.
Radioman wrote:This big loss came a bit unexpected as you already dominated the season so far.
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