unpossibl1 wrote:nameant wrote:<================ says it all.
man this team is too damn frusturating to watch...
Love that av....gonna borrow it, if you don't mind.
BryantDunkGiant wrote:By the way, anyone noticing the improvement in Sasha? He played great D on Kidd tonight and made some great decisions down the stretch. I was pissed when Phil put Smush back in-- Kidd torched Smush all night.
DMK wrote:I hate Lamar Odom.
It's Official. He is overrated, hes talented sure... but he is horribly overrated. Oh wow! a 6'10 guy who can dribble! but can he finish a layup consistantly??? hahaha thats laughable.
I cant stand the guy... i will never root for him again, noone can sell me on it so dont even try. IM FED UP WITH ODOM!
k0pr0phage wrote:Yikes. Tough loss. I stayed away purposely last night. How did Walton's D look? He filled up the stat sheet nicely.
k0pr0phage wrote:Thanks, KB8, for the info. Personally, I'm glad to see Walton back. What about trying a lineup of Parker, Bryant, Odom, Walton, and Mihm? Walton played a lot of time at PF last year. If we're not playing one of the dominant PFs in the game, Walton should be able to do a decent job defensively and his passing is as crisp as anyone's on the court and his rebounding seems to be at least as good as the others at PF this season.
I honestly believe that this team is a consistent PG defender away from being a strong playoff team. Parker is better than Atkins, but he's not a good defender. I was pretty sure Kidd would light him up (but not as badly as he did).
Another reason that Spero Dedes is a horrible announcer.*wishlist* wrote:did anyone hear the radio broadcast. i just got into the car and was able to listen to that last play of the 4th quarter and when cook made the shot, spiro says that cook won the game. i was so happy until mychal said, "NO, it's going OT!" booo spiro!!
November 27, 2005
Vince vs. Kobe
Vince Carter and Kobe Bryant were given double technicals 2:24 into the second half Sunday night, and Bryant said after the game that Carter mouthed off after Bryant went over to ask if Carter was OK after Bryant's hard foul.
"He had some choice words that I really didn't appreciate," Bryant said.
Carter didn't have much of a game (10 points) -- largely as a result of Bryant's frenetic defense. Bryant said: "I think he was just a little frustrated."
Carter actually had approached Bryant at the start of the second half for an extra handshake, something players don't usually do except before the start of the first half.
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