wcsoldier81 wrote:It's exciting but the total lack of composure and execution down the stretch make both teams look amateurish ... Lots of bonehead plays , especially on Denver side and basically no D is played for most of the game ...
Insane arena atmosphere though and yes it's still very fun , especially if you compare it to our non athletic scrubs
Tommy Beer @TommyBeer about 11 minutes ago
Steph Curry is shooting 47.4% (18-38) from 3-point territory this postseason… Dwight Howard shot 44.4% (16-36) from the FT line vs the Spurs
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Jerry Buss wrote:One of the biggest reasons I bought the Lakers was to beat the Celtics …..you just got it into your soul that you couldn't stand the Celtics anymore
wcsoldier81 wrote:^^^^Yeah what kind of offensive sets the Nuggets are running ? Their offense isn't structured at all ...
Don't forget Karl has been the 1st coach to be :
- upset by a 8th seed in the playoffs
- to lose ( three games) with Team USA against the rest of the world .. sure the roster wasn't all that but they got embarassed in Indianapolis in 2002
Seven seasons with the Sonics : 4 series lost with HCA , only one upset ...
Eight seasons with Denver : 7 1st round exits , 2 series lost with HCA
Career : 24 seasons , 13 first round exits in 21 postseasons
Iceberg Slim wrote:22 points in 7 minutes for Steph Curry. This boy is special.
Weezy wrote:I'm seriously shocked at how this series is going. Everyone knows how good Curry is, but I had no idea he would be this good of a playoff performer in his very first appearance, just wow. The Spurs looked good against our D-League team, but they didn't look THAT good, they weren't winning games by 30+ like they should have, so I think a series between them and GS could be really interesting.
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