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Kobe Bryant's really just kind of impossible.
That play at the end of OT is just the worst, stupidest defense I have ever seen.
Just 7 and a half more months until the 2013-2014 seasons kicks off!
How the #### do you try to double a guy 45 ft from the hoop just to let him dribble straight to the basket for a dunk?
is there any chance kobe wins mvp this year?
gonna be interesting to see how utah plays against the knicks tonight....
I think the 6-9 in the West end up as:
Wow that seems rough on whoever got their season vacated.
I'm guessing they'll play just fine until the middle of the 4th, when their lack of playmakers will lead to several costly turnovers, their lack of defense will allow their opponent to hit big shots down the stretch, and their lack of a go-to guy will lead to their own game winning attempts falling short.
That pretty much sums up the Jazz's last two weeks in a nutshell.
booey - i don't think he deserves it, but hey, rose won an mvp...kidd came in second a bunch of years back
the tough part with lebron winning mutiple mvps is if he returns to merely superstar level, and some inferior player 'leads' on a surprise team - well, lebron will be left out in the cold.
If he finishes in the top 3, I'll be shocked.
Not that anybody really gives a shitt who finishes 3rd (or 2nd, actually) in most MVP votes, but if the Lakers finish strong, and he has a few more games like the last two, I think he could get 3rd.
GS / Rockets / Utah all lose, Lakers now tied with Jazz.
Is it really a good idea to play just 8 guys when your team is like the 2nd oldest team in the league?
That was very brave of the late Brandon Knight.
Boogie Cousins with an elbow to the back of Mike Dunleavy's head, flagrant 2, ejected. Sun likely to rise in east tomorrow.
@BrandonKnight07 It wasn't in the scouting reports that the clippers threw lobs lol
A new development may help explain why Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose is still hesitant to return to the court.
ESPN's Doris Burke spoke with the former MVP before Sunday's game against the Los Angeles Lakers and reported that although Rose has been taking full contact in practice for well over a month, his hamstrings are "on fire" after those workouts. Rose added that he won't return to the court until he's past those issues.
He's been everything the Heat have wanted Haslem and Anthony to be the last couple of years. He's an amazing fit on that team.
but Kobe dragging the Lakers to a 7th or 8th seed still rings a bit hollow as a narrative for me;
I'm talking more from a prediction side
In arriving at this decision, I took into consideration Balkman’s track record as a player, including the head-butting incident during a FIBA-Americas game between Puerto Rico and Venezuela and his altercation with the bench of the Alaska Aces during a pre-Season game in Cebu City. I also took into consideration Balkman’s evident disregard for local and the host country’s sensibilities highlighted by his choking act on-court in full public view of his own teammate who was trying to pacify him. Stiff as it maybe, this decision upholds the tenets of contextual accountability and the over-all interest of the League and the fans.
I do encourage passion for the game but I also want to firmly instill a culture of accountability among our players. If one does something that violates the rules and the norms of sportsmanship and decent behaviour, he will be made accountable.
upholds the tenets of contextual accountability
The Heat beat up on the Pacers and I'm not sure there's a team in the East that can give the Heat a tough series.
Actually, I take it back. Even in retrospect, it wouldn't have been better to let it go. He got in his way enough that there was some non-zero probability that Jordan would miss the dunk and have to make the free throws. And there was also a fairly large probability that Jordan would miss the and-1 anyway, though he didn't.
not my team but i think the rose kid has every reason to take his time. a basketball player's knees are the basis of his livelihood.
Bill Simmons did a interview with Tony Parker around the ASG, and he made a good analogy that the Spurs are kinda like the Larry Bird era Celtics, people keep writting them off as old but they stuck with it till the bitter end and were usually very competitive.
What is the deal with Byron (don't call me BJ) Mullens? He took one three in college, none in two years of sparse garbage time in OKC. Last year he took less than one a game, and now all of a sudden this 7 footer is leading the Bobcats with 4.3 3PA/G (5.3 per 36 min)?
295 - me too
Gtown version just does not have NBA size. He's a shoot first PG who is too small to be a plus defensively. While he is skilled, I can see why teams wouldn't care much about giving him a second look.
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