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Re: NBA Playoffs: 2015-2016
« Reply #15 on: May 03, 2016, 11:04:34 pm »
+1
Heat extremely lucky to escape with that one.
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Re: NBA Playoffs: 2015-2016
« Reply #16 on: May 03, 2016, 11:52:56 pm »
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Heat extremely lucky to escape with that one.

ya.. almost threw it away in OT too. horrible.

Deng needs to work on his inbounding heh.. Or Spoelstra needs to assign that task to someone else.

D-WADE comes through in the end.. he made a ton of great defensive plays in that game.

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Re: NBA Playoffs: 2015-2016
« Reply #17 on: May 03, 2016, 11:59:25 pm »
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Yes he 's had some unbelievable blocks recently.

Yeah inbounding was terrible.
Whatever happened to the old single file inbound formation? When did that go out of vogue?
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Re: NBA Playoffs: 2015-2016
« Reply #18 on: May 04, 2016, 12:04:32 am »
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Yes he 's had some unbelievable blocks recently.

Yeah inbounding was terrible.
Whatever happened to the old single file inbound formation? When did that go out of vogue?

dude great point.. i havn't seen that in a long time wtf? that's a pretty effective technique.. you don't know who is going to set the pick etc.

odd..

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Re: NBA Playoffs: 2015-2016
« Reply #19 on: May 04, 2016, 12:37:43 am »
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Yes he 's had some unbelievable blocks recently.

Yeah inbounding was terrible.
Whatever happened to the old single file inbound formation? When did that go out of vogue?

dude great point.. i havn't seen that in a long time wtf? that's a pretty effective technique.. you don't know who is going to set the pick etc.

odd..

Yeah I've noticed quite a few teams having trouble inbounding lately. Maybe it's cause they can go back court now.

Btw, Lillard is on fire.
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Re: NBA Playoffs: 2015-2016
« Reply #20 on: May 04, 2016, 01:15:52 am »
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Yes he 's had some unbelievable blocks recently.

Yeah inbounding was terrible.
Whatever happened to the old single file inbound formation? When did that go out of vogue?

dude great point.. i havn't seen that in a long time wtf? that's a pretty effective technique.. you don't know who is going to set the pick etc.

odd..

Yeah I've noticed quite a few teams having trouble inbounding lately. Maybe it's cause they can go back court now.

Btw, Lillard is on fire.

then the coach took him out to start the 4th.. to give him some 'rest'.. looked like a bad idea at the time; Lillard was ice cold when he got back in. I just don't think you take a guy like that out when he's knocking down everything.. They have a chance to steal game 2 @ GS and then they go flat in the 4th after they take him out (and he comes back in). Bad move imho.

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Re: NBA Playoffs: 2015-2016
« Reply #21 on: May 04, 2016, 01:25:21 am »
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Yes he 's had some unbelievable blocks recently.

Yeah inbounding was terrible.
Whatever happened to the old single file inbound formation? When did that go out of vogue?

dude great point.. i havn't seen that in a long time wtf? that's a pretty effective technique.. you don't know who is going to set the pick etc.

odd..

Yeah I've noticed quite a few teams having trouble inbounding lately. Maybe it's cause they can go back court now.

Btw, Lillard is on fire.

then the coach took him out to start the 4th.. to give him some 'rest'.. looked like a bad idea at the time; Lillard was ice cold when he got back in. I just don't think you take a guy like that out when he's knocking down everything.. They have a chance to steal game 2 @ GS and then they go flat in the 4th after they take him out (and he comes back in). Bad move imho.

Agreed. Could not believe he took him out. Dick coaching move. Comes back in and absolutely misses everything.
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Re: NBA Playoffs: 2015-2016
« Reply #22 on: May 05, 2016, 02:01:10 am »
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Cleveland vs Atlanta: Game 2.

wtf?

Such atrocious defense. Guys wide open.

I think they hit ~14/19 wide open 3's (14 wide open/hardly contested, 5 tough) in the first half..

I'd prefer forcing Lebron into shots in the paint, or have him hit free throws, than collapse on him with EVERYONE and leave people wide open for 3. Slow the game down, make it physical, beat lebron up..

(fwiw, i'm hoping for CLE/MIA in Eastern Conference Finals, and GSW/SA in West)

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Re: NBA Playoffs: 2015-2016
« Reply #23 on: May 08, 2016, 10:32:10 pm »
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Cleveland vs Atlanta: Game 2.

wtf?

Such atrocious defense. Guys wide open.

I think they hit ~14/19 wide open 3's (14 wide open/hardly contested, 5 tough) in the first half..

I'd prefer forcing Lebron into shots in the paint, or have him hit free throws, than collapse on him with EVERYONE and leave people wide open for 3. Slow the game down, make it physical, beat lebron up..

(fwiw, i'm hoping for CLE/MIA in Eastern Conference Finals, and GSW/SA in West)

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Cleveland are on fire. Will the extra rest hurt them now that they have to wait for Miami or Toronto?

I'm hoping for CLE/MIA too but want GSW/OKC. If Durant and Westbrook are on it'd be a huge series.
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Re: NBA Playoffs: 2015-2016
« Reply #24 on: May 08, 2016, 10:33:02 pm »
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KD - 41.

That is all.
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Re: NBA Playoffs: 2015-2016
« Reply #25 on: May 09, 2016, 12:57:14 am »
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Cleveland vs Atlanta: Game 2.

wtf?

Such atrocious defense. Guys wide open.

I think they hit ~14/19 wide open 3's (14 wide open/hardly contested, 5 tough) in the first half..

I'd prefer forcing Lebron into shots in the paint, or have him hit free throws, than collapse on him with EVERYONE and leave people wide open for 3. Slow the game down, make it physical, beat lebron up..

(fwiw, i'm hoping for CLE/MIA in Eastern Conference Finals, and GSW/SA in West)

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Cleveland are on fire. Will the extra rest hurt them now that they have to wait for Miami or Toronto?

nah I think CLE has found a new groove.. straight up 3 point assassins like GSW. They've got multiple big men who can knock em down`.. just ridiculous. very impressive destruction of the hawks.

I think the rest definitely helps them though.. because the more they play, the more likely it is that Kyree/Love get injured.. very injury prone.. soooo.. every "lack of a game" helps. If they had Love/Kyree in last year's finals, who knows.. I mean they played GSW pretty hard the whole series, but Kerr's coaching genius to go "small" was the game changer. That changed the whole series. Will be alot tougher if a healthy CLE makes it into the finals.



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I'm hoping for CLE/MIA too but want GSW/OKC. If Durant and Westbrook are on it'd be a huge series.

ya if Westbrook would just stop with the crap turnovers wtf? I'd like to see GSW/OKC too.. I love the spurs, for various reasons.. but GSW/OKC has high octane written all over it. GSW/SA would most likely be a better series though.





KD - 41.

That is all.

beast mode performance.

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Re: NBA Playoffs: 2015-2016
« Reply #26 on: May 09, 2016, 08:24:48 pm »
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The shooting in the league is downright amazing at the moment. Pretty much 4/5 guys and sometimes 5/5 guys on the floor can knock the 3 ball down with regularity. It's just ridiculous.

Yeah I'd think if Lebron, Love and Kyree all make it the the finals against anyone it's going to be a hard task for anyone to cope with.

The other question is will Curry be healthy? He looks like he's breaking down all over the place at the moment.

Hopefully the old KD is back and he can carry them. Loving the kiwi centre Adams too. He's an absolute beast.

(btw don't know how to multi-quote hence the simple post)
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Re: NBA Playoffs: 2015-2016
« Reply #27 on: May 10, 2016, 12:47:22 am »
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^^ you have to manually split it up into multiple quote /quote blocks. that's how we do it. ;f



WADE WADE WADE WADE WADE WADE

WADE.

daamn.. this MIA/TOR series is damn good.. every game going to OT. Wade put on a show tonight, especially at the end.. what a finish.



as for Curry, damn he looks good tonight.. I thought he'd look worse. But his presence turned the game around immediately, once he entered. I'm so glad to see him seemingly healthy out there. Absolutely love watching GSW. What a dumb move by justforgothisnamewtf to get ejected, wtf?

Refs are horrible these playoffs (or any playoffs), in general.. but come on keep your cool.

This GSW/POR game is close. GSW raining threes right now.



This is a new era of NBA, everyone on the court being able to hit threes. Long ball is fun to watch.

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Re: NBA Playoffs: 2015-2016
« Reply #29 on: May 10, 2016, 01:07:54 am »
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^^ you have to manually split it up into multiple quote /quote blocks. that's how we do it. ;f



WADE WADE WADE WADE WADE WADE

WADE.

daamn.. this MIA/TOR series is damn good.. every game going to OT. Wade put on a show tonight, especially at the end.. what a finish.



as for Curry, damn he looks good tonight.. I thought he'd look worse. But his presence turned the game around immediately, once he entered. I'm so glad to see him seemingly healthy out there. Absolutely love watching GSW. What a dumb move by justforgothisnamewtf to get ejected, wtf?

Refs are horrible these playoffs (or any playoffs), in general.. but come on keep your cool.

This GSW/POR game is close. GSW raining threes right now.



This is a new era of NBA, everyone on the court being able to hit threes. Long ball is fun to watch.

pc!

Cool. I'll work on my quoting skills  :D

Wade is unbelievable. True champion being able to carry the team.

Curry is 0/8 or something even though he has 15 early in 4th. Strange. I didn't think the 3 ball would desert him.

Yeah it's ridiculous. It's really becoming a complete game.
I hate to think of the US team at RIO this year.
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