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i think that's exactly what the NBA's soft cap/luxury tax system was designed to do.
Philadelphia could have leveled the Bulls with the same exact poison-pill offer — a short-term, three-year deal — through which Houston pried away Omer Asik.
@the_ironsheik: THE @SixersCEOAdam you insult all your fans you can go #### yourself i will beat the #### out of you if i see you
Further magnifying the damage you can do with a single mistake!
 Are you talking about the Garnett contract, in the pre-individual-max era? Or just Twolves mistakes in general?
Steph Curry is feeling it tonight, 49 on 26 shots with like 5 left in the 4th. Keeping GSW in it.
Who shoots 10-12 from 3?
This is totally 20-20 hindsight and all, but I'm going to say that GSW's crunch time offense tonight should have just been Curry taking heat-check 3s instead of all this running plays and trying to get open crap that they did instead
So, you are sort of the anti-Abbott?
I'm getting a kick out of the Jazz announcers doing everything they can to avoid calling Jefferson out for leaving Horford open nearly every single possession.
I really should do the team a favor and stop attending games; they're 2-4 this season when I've gone, 19-4 at home otherwise.
This is totally 20-20 hindsight and all, but I'm going to say that GSW's crunch time offense tonight should have just been Curry taking heat-check 3s instead of all this running plays and trying to get open crap that they did instead.
Don't know if anyone's seen this, but adidas has designed some new uniforms for a few schools (KU, Louisville, UCLA, a few more). The sleeves aren't even the worst thing about them.
Steph Curry: Deadspin has a shot chart and link to a YouTube vid with all 11 3's.
Makes me glad Xavier is a Nike school
This new league is what the A-10 has been trying to be, right? I don't really see how the A-10 will survive as relevant.
I hope Minnesota can hang with the Lakers tonight
I hope Minnesota can hang with the Lakers tonight
Pretty much everybody hangs with a team that is 28-30
Hey Booey, you think you can make the Grizz game on Mar 16th?
Not to go all college on everyone, but where do you stand on the Muskies conference affiliation? I have a good friend who went there (class of 05 or 06) so I have always had a soft spot for them. I would love if the Catholic 7 added Xavier, Butler, St. Joe's and about 2 other midwewst-to-east smaller private schools with good academic reputations.
I like Noah more and more 23 on 12 fga, 21 Reb, 11 blocks. 100% Hahawes against.
But after watching nearly two years of Brown and D'Antoni, I have come to see that I think that I prefer my team to have a more set rotation. This is not to say that you want an inflexible coach; as with anything else, there needs to be a balance. And, obviously, both Brown and D'Antoni have dealt with high expectations, Swiss cheese rosters, injuries, age, and other problems. But it seems to me you may get more out of marginal guys if they have set roles, and the team is structured better that way, even if you sometimes get burned by bad matchups. This may vary with personnel as well--maybe top-heavy teams, like the Lakers, do better with a set rotation of the marginal guys.
But he may have to come damn near close to killing himself on the court to get there, and have nothing left for the 4 game sweep by the Thunder
I did check the pricing out of curiosity and noticed the Grizzlies tickets are lot more expensive than all the crappy teams you play for the rest of the year. That's when I knew that we finally made it.
The only teams that are more expensive are the Knicks and the Nets.
I was going to be a bit irritated about the Nets but then I remembered about the Deron Williams thing, so I'm going to assume its so you can all go cheer him or boo him or whatever Utahians(Utahites? Utahers?) do with former players who leave under a cloud.
B-Simm has an interesting column on the best league's best bargains.
I like the man, but Simmons did a lot of water-carrying for the BS claims of the owners leading up to and during the lockout, so his first paragraph is pretty ####### rich.
Grizz, Knicks, and Nets are all more expensive than the Thunder? That surprises me (well, not the Knicks so much).
I believe that Simmons' own professional evolution into a management role heavily influenced his take on the lockout.
Overall, I think Memphis would play Miami really tough in a 7 game series.
I don't see how Memphis is going to surprise anyone. They're going to probably win 50-55 games and the best defense in the western conference and are the most physical team in the Western Conference. They're the epitome of a team nobody wants to play in the playoffs.
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