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#166 31-01-2013, 20:34:50 PM
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That article agrees exactly with what I said, did you even read it?  The Grizz had approximately zero chance at a championship this season anyway, so what's the point in keeping Gay? Hint: there isn't any

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Bottom line for the Grizz: They’ll probably get a little bit worse this season, but even if they do, they’ve saved a bunch of money while inflicting a small wound on a team that was very unlikely to go through something like a Spurs-Thunder-Heat gauntlet in the playoffs. They had to dump a high-priced player. Their payroll structure was untenable, and out of Gay, Randolph, and Gasol, Gay is the right choice.

Also: Don’t forget Ed Davis here. He’s played by far the best ball of his career, as Dwane Casey has let him stretch himself a bit. He’s facilitating a ton from the elbow, working a nice tic-tac-toe passing game with Amir Johnson, and flashing an ultra-quick lefty hook from the post. He’s a long, active defender, and though bigger guys can bully him, he’s a fantastic third big man for Memphis. He works as short-term insurance in case of a Darrell Arthur injury, and depending how he progresses, he could work as long-term insurance for Randolph in case of decline and/or future financial concerns.


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#167 20-02-2013, 14:04:06 PM
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#168 03-03-2013, 23:50:09 PM
Remember my prediction of Nuggets over Pacers?

I'm changing it slightly: Pacers over Nuggets

Pacers own the East, especially the Heat

Nuggets cannot lose at home and have proven that they own OKC and the LA teams

But I think the Pacers would beat the Nugs


#169 03-04-2013, 20:24:55 PM
Before I went to sleep last night I was flipping channels on the TV and saw that the Lakers were retiring Shaq's jersey!  :shaq:

Except every goddamn thing about that ceremony was awkward and strange as hell.


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#170 05-05-2013, 14:32:50 PM
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Remember my prediction of Nuggets over Pacers?

I'm changing it slightly: Pacers over Nuggets

Pacers own the East, especially the Heat

Nuggets cannot lose at home and have proven that they own OKC and the LA teams

But I think the Pacers would beat the Nugs

lol


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ywoc
#171 02-06-2013, 00:39:40 AM


ballinator
#172 07-06-2013, 13:09:00 PM
Remember my prediction of Nuggets over Pacers?

I'm changing it slightly: Pacers over Nuggets

Pacers own the East, especially the Heat

Nuggets cannot lose at home and have proven that they own OKC and the LA teams

But I think the Pacers would beat the Nugs

lol
in his defense the pacers only lost game 7 because of stern ball




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#173 07-06-2013, 13:25:59 PM
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it was rigged, ask ywoc


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#174 12-06-2013, 11:58:26 AM
stern ball is the only reason the heat got past 50 points last night.  seriously everything is rigged for the heat




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