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 Post subject: Re: NBA season 2016/17
PostPosted: Thu Jan 19, 2017 7:30 am 
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OKC were dumb to trade James Harden for a first round pick and a box of cookies. They should have paid him the extra money he was seeking. Durant, Harden and Westbrook would still be playing together now.


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 Post subject: Re: NBA season 2016/17
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Tehui wrote:
OKC were dumb to trade James Harden for a first round pick and a box of cookies. They should have paid him the extra money he was seeking. Durant, Harden and Westbrook would still be playing together now.


The trade was obviously dumb - but I don't think they'd still be together now.


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Great game wiz-knicks!

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Great game wiz-knicks!

#WALLstar


You must be happy with Anthony Davis' selection as a starting All Star for the West?


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 Post subject: Re: NBA season 2016/17
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Tehui wrote:
vintage_cox wrote:
Great game wiz-knicks!

#WALLstar


You must be happy with Anthony Davis' selection as a starting All Star for the West?

Absolutely, no-brainer. Westbrook was robbed

He, Draymond and Klay should make the bench though, so hopefully at some point we'll see Russ + the 4 Warriors on the floor. He won't pass the ball to any of them :lol:


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 Post subject: Re: NBA season 2016/17
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KD is the best player on his team, and it's not even up for debate.

The plum.

oh hell naw, he aint better than curry, klay or green. his basketball iq and heart is on a par with the number on Westbrook's back.

gawd i hate all star wknd. someone wake me up when the conference semi finals start.


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 Post subject: Re: NBA season 2016/17
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vintage_cox wrote:
Tehui wrote:
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Great game wiz-knicks!

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You must be happy with Anthony Davis' selection as a starting All Star for the West?

Absolutely, no-brainer. Westbrook was robbed

He, Draymond and Klay should make the bench though, so hopefully at some point we'll see Russ + the 4 Warriors on the floor. He won't pass the ball to any of them :lol:


It was interesting to note that Westbrook was the guard voted 1 by the players and media, but he misses out on a starting spot due to the 'fans'.


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Glad to see Kemba Walker make his first all star team. Ive seen a half dozen Hornets games this season and hes been super fun to watch.

Good to see Philly seem to finally be getting their shit together, 6 wins in the last 7 games. Injury scare for Embiid, hopefully its nothing too bad.


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 Post subject: Re: NBA season 2016/17
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Smee wrote:
Glad to see Kemba Walker make his first all star team.


I haven't seen or read any announcements of the All Star reserves.


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 Post subject: Re: NBA season 2016/17
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YEAH!! Pels beat the Cavs (and Irving's monster game) all without AD :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

Great response after the dire performance a few nights ago when they shipped 145

Terrence Jones stepped up big time with 36 & 11, while Jrue had 33-6-10


They've got to stop slipping up against the trash teams like Brooklyn if they want to win the shit-fight for 8th


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 Post subject: Re: NBA season 2016/17
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Make sure your Pellies rollover again for my Thunder tomorrow... Looks like AD will be back - hopefully he ruins the chemistry. :uhoh:

Crazy, crazy games yesterday. Steve was huge in the win against the Jazz. Russ was alright as well...

But this was the highlight of the day:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gdT4EIIAPX8

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 Post subject: Re: NBA season 2016/17
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We have pretty good perimeter D so it'll be about stopping Russ, Adams and Kanter inside (now that Ive said that we'll prob get rained on)


Wizards-Celtics was a great watch today. The Wizards have quietly become a force in the east

Wall and Beal might not be the best backcourt combo but they are probably the most fun to watch in terms of athleticism


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 Post subject: Re: NBA season 2016/17
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ugh, one quarter in but I'm out


I can't watch Asik I get too angry


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 Post subject: Re: NBA season 2016/17
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:lol:

He is awful.

And we have some good bigs - so it's a tough match-up for your boys...

Good effort without AD, tho. Although AD was struggling to get a bucket on Steve anyway...


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John Wall's the biggest bish in the NBA.


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 Post subject: Re: NBA season 2016/17
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Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in

I don't get this team. We give up 145 to the garbage Nets, beat the Cavs, get bullied by the thunder, then come out and crush the Spurs today in the 4th quarter


They were targetting 2 wins in this 4 game stretch so I guess it's mission accomplished :roll:


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Marshall Banana wrote:
:lol:

He is awful.

And we have some good bigs - so it's a tough match-up for your boys...

Good effort without AD, tho. Although AD was struggling to get a bucket on Steve anyway...

I actually did stop watching but I see Gentry learned his lesson and sat Asik for the rest of that game :lol:

He saw exactly ZERO minutes today too :thumbup:


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 Post subject: Re: NBA season 2016/17
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OKC were dumb to trade James Harden for a first round pick and a box of cookies. They should have paid him the extra money he was seeking. Durant, Harden and Westbrook would still be playing together now.

You obviously have no idea about trading deals, nobody thought James harden was worth more money back in '12. Westbrook and Durant were there most important assets at the time and they need draft picks and a better second team to grow their roster, James harden took a max deal at Houston, it was a win-win for both teams.

Houston gm should get alot of credit for bringing in mike d as head coach and buying a stack of shooters on their side. All harden has to do is facilitate, because they are relishing mike d'antoni run and gun style of play that made Steve Nash and the Sun's a force in the early 00s.


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 Post subject: Re: NBA season 2016/17
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Couch wrote:
Tehui wrote:
OKC were dumb to trade James Harden for a first round pick and a box of cookies. They should have paid him the extra money he was seeking. Durant, Harden and Westbrook would still be playing together now.

You obviously have no idea about trading deals, nobody thought James harden was worth more money back in '12. Westbrook and Durant were there most important assets at the time and they need draft picks and a better second team to grow their roster, James harden took a max deal at Houston, it was a win-win for both teams.


You obviously have no idea about how good Harden was at that time. He was OKC's 3rd best player at that time, and he was finishing games for them late in the 4th quarter. He played an influential part in OKC making the NBA finals. He was also a young player who was getting better with each season. Harden was also a very good friend of Durant which was good for team chemistry.

Reports at the time stated that the difference between what Harden wanted and what OKC were offering him was about $5M per season. OKC only refused to pay him the amount because they wanted to avoid getting into luxury tax territory. All NBA teams strive to have a 'big three' and OKC had it - and lost it. Now they only have a 'big one'.

Harden's trade is regularly reported as being one of the worst trades in NBA history. But if you want to view the trade as a win-win for both teams, hey - each to their own.

http://grantland.com/features/the-harden-disaster/


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 Post subject: Re: NBA season 2016/17
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Couch wrote:
All harden has to do is facilitate, .


huh?

anyhow, everything going gangbusters for the bulls; championship looming


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I watched the Bucks-Celtics game this evening and was surprised to learn that Isaiah Thomas is on path to have the 2nd best scoring season for a Celtic, alltime. About a ppg shy of Birds most prolific season which was circa 29 point in 86/87 or thereabouts. Incredible to think that a guy who was the last pick of the 2nd round would be so high up in the pecking order when you figure how many great players that have played for them down the years. Shit, Paul Pierce wasn't even in the top 5 of the graphic they showed.

Anyway, he made a really remarkable shot late in the second quarter, a Kareem Abdul Jabbar type hook shot on the run over a much taller defender. He banked it off the very top of the backboard and through the hoop, swish, like he was playing horse. It was absurd.


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 Post subject: Re: NBA season 2016/17
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Tehui wrote:
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OKC were dumb to trade James Harden for a first round pick and a box of cookies. They should have paid him the extra money he was seeking. Durant, Harden and Westbrook would still be playing together now.

You obviously have no idea about trading deals, nobody thought James harden was worth more money back in '12. Westbrook and Durant were there most important assets at the time and they need draft picks and a better second team to grow their roster, James harden took a max deal at Houston, it was a win-win for both teams.


You obviously have no idea about how good Harden was at that time. He was OKC's 3rd best player at that time, and he was finishing games for them late in the 4th quarter. He played an influential part in OKC making the NBA finals. He was also a young player who was getting better with each season. Harden was also a very good friend of Durant which was good for team chemistry.

Reports at the time stated that the difference between what Harden wanted and what OKC were offering him was about $5M per season. OKC only refused to pay him the amount because they wanted to avoid getting into luxury tax territory. All NBA teams strive to have a 'big three' and OKC had it - and lost it. Now they only have a 'big one'.

Harden's trade is regularly reported as being one of the worst trades in NBA history. But if you want to view the trade as a win-win for both teams, hey - each to their own.

http://grantland.com/features/the-harden-disaster/

You obviously weren't watching the playoffs where harden froze and basically looked like Kyle singler out there inn the finals. Harden plays with no defense at all, and back then he was no where near as good as he is now. And he still isn't better than Westbrook or Durant right now both of them are having better seasons stat wise


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 Post subject: Re: NBA season 2016/17
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Couch wrote:
Tehui wrote:
Couch wrote:
Tehui wrote:
OKC were dumb to trade James Harden for a first round pick and a box of cookies. They should have paid him the extra money he was seeking. Durant, Harden and Westbrook would still be playing together now.

You obviously have no idea about trading deals, nobody thought James harden was worth more money back in '12. Westbrook and Durant were there most important assets at the time and they need draft picks and a better second team to grow their roster, James harden took a max deal at Houston, it was a win-win for both teams.


You obviously have no idea about how good Harden was at that time. He was OKC's 3rd best player at that time, and he was finishing games for them late in the 4th quarter. He played an influential part in OKC making the NBA finals. He was also a young player who was getting better with each season. Harden was also a very good friend of Durant which was good for team chemistry.

Reports at the time stated that the difference between what Harden wanted and what OKC were offering him was about $5M per season. OKC only refused to pay him the amount because they wanted to avoid getting into luxury tax territory. All NBA teams strive to have a 'big three' and OKC had it - and lost it. Now they only have a 'big one'.

Harden's trade is regularly reported as being one of the worst trades in NBA history. But if you want to view the trade as a win-win for both teams, hey - each to their own.

http://grantland.com/features/the-harden-disaster/

You obviously weren't watching the playoffs where harden froze and basically looked like Kyle singler out there inn the finals.


You're trolling now. That's what happens when some peoples' flawed arguments have been cornered with facts.


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 Post subject: Re: NBA season 2016/17
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Tehui wrote:
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Tehui wrote:
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OKC were dumb to trade James Harden for a first round pick and a box of cookies. They should have paid him the extra money he was seeking. Durant, Harden and Westbrook would still be playing together now.

You obviously have no idea about trading deals, nobody thought James harden was worth more money back in '12. Westbrook and Durant were there most important assets at the time and they need draft picks and a better second team to grow their roster, James harden took a max deal at Houston, it was a win-win for both teams.


You obviously have no idea about how good Harden was at that time. He was OKC's 3rd best player at that time, and he was finishing games for them late in the 4th quarter. He played an influential part in OKC making the NBA finals. He was also a young player who was getting better with each season. Harden was also a very good friend of Durant which was good for team chemistry.

Reports at the time stated that the difference between what Harden wanted and what OKC were offering him was about $5M per season. OKC only refused to pay him the amount because they wanted to avoid getting into luxury tax territory. All NBA teams strive to have a 'big three' and OKC had it - and lost it. Now they only have a 'big one'.

Harden's trade is regularly reported as being one of the worst trades in NBA history. But if you want to view the trade as a win-win for both teams, hey - each to their own.

http://grantland.com/features/the-harden-disaster/

You obviously weren't watching the playoffs where harden froze and basically looked like Kyle singler out there inn the finals.


You're trolling now. That's what happens when some peoples' flawed arguments have been cornered with facts.

That whole article is basically talking out of its own arse, the fact they made the wcf last year and were up 3-1 against the record setting champs gsw, shat on everything he tried to say there. Talk about flawed arguments :roll:


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 Post subject: Re: NBA season 2016/17
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Couch wrote:
Tehui wrote:
Couch wrote:
Tehui wrote:
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You obviously have no idea about trading deals, nobody thought James harden was worth more money back in '12. Westbrook and Durant were there most important assets at the time and they need draft picks and a better second team to grow their roster, James harden took a max deal at Houston, it was a win-win for both teams.


You obviously have no idea about how good Harden was at that time. He was OKC's 3rd best player at that time, and he was finishing games for them late in the 4th quarter. He played an influential part in OKC making the NBA finals. He was also a young player who was getting better with each season. Harden was also a very good friend of Durant which was good for team chemistry.

Reports at the time stated that the difference between what Harden wanted and what OKC were offering him was about $5M per season. OKC only refused to pay him the amount because they wanted to avoid getting into luxury tax territory. All NBA teams strive to have a 'big three' and OKC had it - and lost it. Now they only have a 'big one'.

Harden's trade is regularly reported as being one of the worst trades in NBA history. But if you want to view the trade as a win-win for both teams, hey - each to their own.

http://grantland.com/features/the-harden-disaster/

You obviously weren't watching the playoffs where harden froze and basically looked like Kyle singler out there inn the finals.


You're trolling now. That's what happens when some peoples' flawed arguments have been cornered with facts.

That whole article is basically talking out of its own arse, the fact they made the wcf last year and were up 3-1 against the record setting champs gsw, shat on everything he tried to say there. Talk about flawed arguments :roll:


The article was written in 2012 immediately after Harden was traded. OKC have never made the NBA finals since. And that failure probably had a lot to do with Kevin Durant leaving OKC. Your counter-argument that the Harden trade is vindicated because OKC were 3-1 up against GSW in the WCF, just makes OKC's choke and trade decision look even worse.


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The whole gist of that article is that okc weren't shit without harden being there, last year they proved they could get there without him, it was pure bad luck they didn't beat the warriors, and if Durant didn't leave them they would still be in that finals conversation (they have a better 2nd team this year)


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The whole gist of that article is that okc weren't shit without harden being there, last year they proved they could get there without him, it was pure bad luck they didn't beat the warriors, and if Durant didn't leave them they would still be in that finals conversation (they have a better 2nd team this year)


1. The article didn't think OKC were shit without Harden, it said OKC would regret the trade decision. The article was critical of OKC's decision to trade Harden to save luxury tax because they had a 'big three' who were all under the age of 25, who would compete for a championship every season. Bill Simmons - the writer of the article - suggested that OKC should have amnestied Perkins (an aging vet who was getting paid big money) which would have freed up more money to keep Harden.

2. OKC didn't lose to GSW because of bad luck. They lost because KD and RW choked in the critical game 6 at home, and Klay Thompson got hot. I will say that OKC did have bad luck in regards to injuries in previous seasons.

3. I agree, if KD didn't leave OKC would still be in the finals conversation.


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Tehui wrote:
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The whole gist of that article is that okc weren't shit without harden being there, last year they proved they could get there without him, it was pure bad luck they didn't beat the warriors, and if Durant didn't leave them they would still be in that finals conversation (they have a better 2nd team this year)


1. The article didn't think OKC were shit without Harden, it said OKC would regret the trade decision. The article was critical of OKC's decision to trade Harden to save luxury tax because they had a 'big three' who were all under the age of 25, who would compete for a championship every season. Bill Simmons - the writer of the article - suggested that OKC should have amnestied Perkins (an aging vet who was getting paid big money) which would have freed up more money to keep Harden.

2. OKC didn't lose to GSW because of bad luck. They lost because KD and RW choked in the critical game 6 at home, and Klay Thompson got hot. I will say that OKC did have bad luck in regards to injuries in previous seasons.

3. I agree, if KD didn't leave OKC would still be in the finals conversation.

So it wasn't luck Draymond green never got suspended for that kick to Steven Adams? Or for klay to bail Steph out of trouble by going hot in game 5 basically winning them that game singlehandedly?


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So it wasn't luck Draymond green never got suspended for that kick to Steven Adams? Or for klay to bail Steph out of trouble by going hot in game 5 basically winning them that game singlehandedly?


You can have the debate with yourself in the mirror on that one. I'm not going to get drawn into your usual futile circular debates that go nowhere. I was only debating the merit of the Harden trade.


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The Pels are done. I've been in denial but have reached acceptance.



The Wizards though!! Up to fourth now and seriously eyeing the 2 seed
They're 21-7 over the last couple of months (only the Warriors have a better record in that period) :thumbup:
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DJ Khaled playing basketball https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=YgdmvNRKZxo

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:lol: :lol: :lol:

Kerr and the Warriors having an epic meltdown right now!

Kerr's goooooonnne


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KANGZ!!!

Switched over from the cricket just in time. :o


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DJ Khaled playing basketball https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=YgdmvNRKZxo

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f**king motherfucking plum whore slut!!!!!¡ fudge you lebron you tinny plum


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cavs 117-120 wiz...........................................lebron banks in a 3 with 0.3 sec on the clock


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LeBron and Kyrie turned it on.


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Well it lived up to the hype. Game of the season so far


Wiz home streak comes to an end at 17


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So no one wants to talk about Charles Oakley?


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Best comment I've seen on it is

"Why is Charles Oakley buying tickets to see the Knicks? That question can be read two ways and I'm asking them both."


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