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RT @tomhaberstroh Most contested jumpers taken per game this season under SportVU cameras: Kobe, 10.2. Next highest? Carmelo 6.3. Massive drop-off.
Del Negro is terrible. I think the Clippers will be the Grizzlies anyway, but I think OKC will crush them, even though I don't think the talent difference is all that big.
tomhaberstroh Tom Haberstroh
Chris Andersen's playoff numbers so far: 31 points and 19 rebounds on 13-of-15 shooting (87 percent) in 43 minutes.
It's hard to forget the whooping the Spurs gave the Clippers last year if anyone wants to look at those two matching up. I am not ready to assume the Clips will beat the Grizz yet, let alone the Thunder.
All the same, the need to guard him everywhere
WallaceNBA_ESPN Michael Wallace
Wade is "day to day" in how team approaching his health. Spoelstra would not say if resting Wade for a game is option.
about an hour ago WallaceNBA_ESPN Michael Wallace
Heat coach Erick Spoelstra tells media today that D.Wade (knee) is headed to get treatment.
Longer post coming, but didn't post the stats to tear down Kobe.
This year's playoffs were shaping up to be epic and then some of the anticipated matchups didn't happen, guys got hurt, guys never came back. Sucks.
The coaching advantage will be even more significant in the playoffs, IMO, were they to meet.
Also, Durant might go off for 50 a game or something, but I think OKC will probably miss Westbrook for some of the same reasons that the Lakers miss Bryant. Westbrook takes dumb shots sometimes, but the defense has to take him seriously as a threat at ALL TIMES.
I'm looking forward to Indiana/NYK. I think the winner can push Miami, and maybe beat them. It probably won't happen - it will take a poor series from Miami and a great series from their opponent. But basketball is basketball - if LeBron managed to show that he's human and have a poor shooting series, they can lose.
The Spurs are clowning the Lakers.
This game is bananas.
Andre Miller is good. That's fine. George Karl has a blind faith in him that absolutely no one else on the roster gets.
I just don't understand in playoff basketball how a team doesn't have a timeout to advance the ball at the end of the game. That's really the only time a timeout really, really matters.
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