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"That's what happens when you rush back and try to help your team win."
And last thing, speaking of the Bulls game last night: with a healthy roster, the Wizards are... the 8 seed? Is 7 too high? They're not good, don't get me wrong, but the East is that bad.
I'm pretty sure they could push the Heat to six games. It's a damn good team, especially Chandler and Melo. I'm not an expert on basketball by any means, but those two would have to qualify as two of the top twenty players in the league, no?
but those two would have to qualify as two of the top twenty players in the league, no?
That kind of begs the question of whether Wall could play like this for the full season (19-8-4, 45% fg, 39% 3, 84% on 6 FTA/G). If so, I think they're right with Milwaukee in the playoff picture, but it seems possible that he is benefiting from being more fresh than everyone else in the season's doldrums.
Anyone else see the tweet today that said Howard has missed more FTs this season than Nash has in his 17 year career?
puck, Swisher, Coffee Man, any other DEN fans--that is a drag about Gallinari.
I would think that if a woman ever could play in the NBA, it would have to be a small, extremely fast point guard/ball handler type player who was quick enough to create their own jumpers (like say, Iverson or Nash) rather than a forward like Griner. I just don't see it ever working at a position that requires a lot of physical strength to be successful.
Since the All-Star break the Lakers give up an average of 100.4 points per 100 possessions when Howard is their anchor, but an atrocious 115.8 when he's off the court.
Stockton has way more DWS
Stockton got really strong defensive ratings in the old Barry/Cohn annuals
I wonder if Payton will make an interesting speech. I suspect he'd play it safe, but he didn't always during his career ;-)
Alternatively, if the Lakers would do us a favor and beat the Clippers on Sunday, that would be swell.
I agree on Lewis. If you coach a long time and have a memorable team and a good reputation, you will get in eventually. I don't think anyone ever thought Lewis was a master tactician though he did make Final Four 3 years in a row.
Should go down to the wire, so it's interesting, the good news for the Lakers I guess is that those last 3 games the opposing team may have reasons to rest starters.
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