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 Post Posted: Thu Oct 03, 2013 2:14 pm 
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Listen to Throw "Fine I googled him..." lying bastard knew damn well where he plays. He streams his games.


They actually play Euro League games on NBAtv, don't judge me.


You didn't know that until Babbit signed there.

Wolves may replace the 2012-13 Warriors as most entertaining new, "legit", team to watch.

Nice to see that NBA hack, peaches, left us men to discuss ball. He told me yesterday he really thinks Adelman will do well in Houston.


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Just give LeBron his third already.

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I was unaware about Karl.

Sonic, that's really weak, but I expect nothing less from you. Miami will have some trouble with Chicago (Rose will be back) and the Pacers. if the Knicks can figure it out, they have a good team over there, same with Brooklyn. Like Throw, I think the Cavs are a dark horse this year to make some waves in the East.

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I don't think NY will figure it out unless they come ready for the street fight the Pacers, Bulls, and even the Nets will bring. Miami would be the same way except they do have a little nastiness to them plus all world talent on the wing and back court with LBJ, and Wade. Also these upcomers in the East are nothing to be nice with either, Washington has a very nice young squad who at any time this season could put it together like the Thunder did in mid 2010 when we saw them rise up as the power we know now (yeah that felt dirty), also the same could go for Toronto.

Nets brought some toughness in when they brought in Garnett and signed Andrei Kirilenko, that team is built to claim "we run NY" and to go at the Heat, I think age will be their down fall though.

Detroit is rebuilding, but their front court has the potential to rival the Memphis front court with Drummond and Monroe, I'm interested in watching how that team develops.

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What I'm trying to get at here is the Knicks are soft, and I have 0 appreciation for their style of ball, nor do I have the interest to watch 'Melo chuck the ball at the rim 50x a game.

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Hey, I agree, I DO NOT like the Knicks, but they have a lot of talent on that ball club and if they can figure out how to use it right, they'll cause trouble in the east.

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Yup, Knicks are soft, which is why I think it could fall apart on them in a hurry. And, if they do early, Melo gets put on the block, I bet.

For whatever reason, I have a sneaking feeling the Lakers rebound a tad. That could be my Mamba bias, him and I both like to leave Denver blondes with internal bleeding.


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CJ McCullom broke his foot. Good to know the Blazers curse is still alive and well.

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CJ McCullom broke his foot. Good to know the Blazers curse is still alive and well.


haha next man up :pukeface:

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I saw that today before the Hawks game when I was watching Philly vs some Euro team.

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Gonna be that guy for a second, and make a slight correction to the OP.

It is Robin Lopez, not Brook. (Though the Blazers would look real nice with Brook instead)


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