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Re: NBA

Postby LMAO » Fri Aug 09, 2019 5:15 am

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the ultimate fraud ... you dont got new clothes, man... you nekked!!!

https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2019/ ... cup-roster


lmao in what world does Melo think he's still good enough to play for Team USA? We ain't England ffs
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Re: NBA

Postby Va-Va-Voom » Fri Aug 16, 2019 4:46 pm

Demarcus Cousins' career is over.
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Re: NBA

Postby Losmeister » Fri Aug 16, 2019 7:37 pm

Va-Va-Voom wrote:Demarcus Cousins' career is over.


it was over in last years finals...

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Postby LMAO » Sat Sep 07, 2019 6:01 pm

Didn't even realize the FIBA World Cup was going on.

We may not be good in football for at least another six years, but at least we have basketball.

Not even close to the A team we'll bring to the Olympics next summer, but Team USA is still mopping up the competition in the FIBA World Cup, other than a brief scare against Turkey.
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Re: NBA

Postby elkanofan » Sat Sep 07, 2019 6:18 pm

Since Raptors won it last season, i think my once in a lifetime basketball moment has happened already so when the new season comes i can go full spectator mode (while still backing the Raptors & Lakers) But without Kwai i doubt the Raptors will do much.

Someone with more knowledge can fill me in on who should win it in the coming seasoning
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Re: NBA

Postby LMAO » Sat Sep 07, 2019 6:47 pm

elkanofan wrote:Since Raptors won it last season, i think my once in a lifetime basketball moment has happened already so when the new season comes i can go full spectator mode (while still backing the Raptors & Lakers) But without Kwai i doubt the Raptors will do much.

Someone with more knowledge can fill me in on who should win it in the coming seasoning


That's going to be the beauty of this upcoming season: there is no overwhelming favorite. This hasn't happened in yeeeears. A big reason is there isn't a big three for the first time since...the Kobe & Shaq Lakers? I mean, yeah, there have been some unexpected winners in that time (Wade Heat, Mavs, Cavs), but for the most part, there was a clear favorite before the season.

In the East, Philly, Boston, Milwaukee, and maaaaybe Brookyln have a chance.

The West is wide open, more so than it's been in a while. Golden State, both LA teams, Denver, Utah, and Houston are all in the mix. Heck, if some voodoo happens, Portland could win the championship.
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Re: NBA

Postby Losmeister » Sat Sep 07, 2019 7:38 pm

loving the lack of a "should win it"
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Re: NBA

Postby LMAO » Tue Sep 10, 2019 5:45 am

Quarterfinals of the FIBA World Cup:
Argentina - Serbia
United States - France

Spain - Poland
Australia - Czech Republic

Can't even get excited for a USA B/C-team vs. Spain final. This comp has nothing on the Olympics in terms of prestige.
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Re: NBA

Postby Fenice » Tue Sep 10, 2019 12:30 pm

LMAO wrote:
elkanofan wrote:Since Raptors won it last season, i think my once in a lifetime basketball moment has happened already so when the new season comes i can go full spectator mode (while still backing the Raptors & Lakers) But without Kwai i doubt the Raptors will do much.

Someone with more knowledge can fill me in on who should win it in the coming seasoning


That's going to be the beauty of this upcoming season: there is no overwhelming favorite. This hasn't happened in yeeeears. A big reason is there isn't a big three for the first time since...the Kobe & Shaq Lakers? I mean, yeah, there have been some unexpected winners in that time (Wade Heat, Mavs, Cavs), but for the most part, there was a clear favorite before the season.

In the East, Philly, Boston, Milwaukee, and maaaaybe Brookyln have a chance.

The West is wide open, more so than it's been in a while. Golden State, both LA teams, Denver, Utah, and Houston are all in the mix. Heck, if some voodoo happens, Portland could win the championship.


Agree with all of this. And Brooklyn would be my dark horse pick.
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Re: NBA

Postby LMAO » Wed Sep 11, 2019 5:12 am

Fenice wrote:
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elkanofan wrote:Since Raptors won it last season, i think my once in a lifetime basketball moment has happened already so when the new season comes i can go full spectator mode (while still backing the Raptors & Lakers) But without Kwai i doubt the Raptors will do much.

Someone with more knowledge can fill me in on who should win it in the coming seasoning


That's going to be the beauty of this upcoming season: there is no overwhelming favorite. This hasn't happened in yeeeears. A big reason is there isn't a big three for the first time since...the Kobe & Shaq Lakers? I mean, yeah, there have been some unexpected winners in that time (Wade Heat, Mavs, Cavs), but for the most part, there was a clear favorite before the season.

In the East, Philly, Boston, Milwaukee, and maaaaybe Brookyln have a chance.

The West is wide open, more so than it's been in a while. Golden State, both LA teams, Denver, Utah, and Houston are all in the mix. Heck, if some voodoo happens, Portland could win the championship.


Agree with all of this. And Brooklyn would be my dark horse pick.


It all hinges on Durant's health when the playoffs roll around. If he's at >= 80%, I agree with them being a dark horse. But even so, it might be a season too soon for them since KD won't have chemistry with the rest of the team yet, but crazier things have happened.
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Re: NBA

Postby Fenice » Wed Sep 11, 2019 12:33 pm

Very good point. If he’s fully fit, and gels quickly, they’ll be quite the force. But can just as easily need a year to settle.
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