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Re: 2017-18 NBA Season
« Reply #465 on: November 13, 2017, 09:42:03 PM »

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Holy hell, then Lebron blatantly goes up and down for a travel and no call! lol
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Re: 2017-18 NBA Season
« Reply #466 on: November 13, 2017, 09:52:25 PM »

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Porzingis choking eh?

Re: 2017-18 NBA Season
« Reply #467 on: November 13, 2017, 09:52:35 PM »

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Porzingis choking at the free throw line. Classic Knicks lol
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Re: 2017-18 NBA Season
« Reply #468 on: November 13, 2017, 09:54:42 PM »

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Dang epic choke job

Re: 2017-18 NBA Season
« Reply #469 on: November 13, 2017, 09:56:13 PM »

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Knicks , what pathetic defense.

So the cavs still playing the same

coast for 3 quarters and win the 4 th

won't work at GS.

Re: 2017-18 NBA Season
« Reply #470 on: November 13, 2017, 09:57:25 PM »

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Knicks , what patheic defense.

So the cavs still playing the same

coast for 3 quarters and win the 4 th

own't work at GS.

Or us. They got lucky the Celtics lost their focus in the season opener.

Re: 2017-18 NBA Season
« Reply #471 on: November 13, 2017, 10:00:37 PM »

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Wow, Porzingis has dang near single-handedly lost the Knicks this game. Wasn't boxing out there and allowed Wade to get the rebound, which is in addition to the three missed free throws in crunch time.

That can't happen if he wants to be the "man" in New York City.

EDIT: Lol and Porzingis missed yet another rebound there on the two missed free throws... at 7'3" tall. Seemed pretty lazy tonight.
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Re: 2017-18 NBA Season
« Reply #472 on: November 13, 2017, 10:49:36 PM »

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Wow, Porzingis has dang near single-handedly lost the Knicks this game. Wasn't boxing out there and allowed Wade to get the rebound, which is in addition to the three missed free throws in crunch time.

That can't happen if he wants to be the "man" in New York City.

EDIT: Lol and Porzingis missed yet another rebound there on the two missed free throws... at 7'3" tall. Seemed pretty lazy tonight.

He's in the wrong "system"/on the wrong team.

Love to see what CBS could do for him.

 Forty Three points in the fourth quarter.....they deserve to lose.  Just wish it wasn't to Bron Bron.

Re: 2017-18 NBA Season
« Reply #473 on: November 14, 2017, 01:13:32 AM »

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Embiid and Simmons schooled clips in LA.

Jordan put up some horrible numbers vs Embiid

Embiid a plus 23, 32 pts, 16 rebounds
Simmons, 22 and 12 boards
Covington 31 and 6 with 4 steals

Poor Doc, I wont mention how bad his son shot the ball😁

Re: 2017-18 NBA Season
« Reply #474 on: November 14, 2017, 01:38:56 AM »

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Embiid and Simmons schooled clips in LA.

Jordan put up some horrible numbers vs Embiid

Embiid a plus 23, 32 pts, 16 rebounds
Simmons, 22 and 12 boards
Covington 31 and 6 with 4 steals

Poor Doc, I wont mention how bad his son shot the ball😁
Best part.  Embiid played 36 minutes. 

Covington has been playing really well.  Be interesting to see if that affects his renegotiation and extension. 

Re: 2017-18 NBA Season
« Reply #475 on: November 14, 2017, 02:27:19 AM »

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Embiid and Simmons schooled clips in LA.

Jordan put up some horrible numbers vs Embiid

Embiid a plus 23, 32 pts, 16 rebounds
Simmons, 22 and 12 boards
Covington 31 and 6 with 4 steals

Poor Doc, I wont mention how bad his son shot the ball
Best part.  Embiid played 36 minutes. 

Covington has been playing really well.  Be interesting to see if that affects his renegotiation and extension.
Clips missing a lot of firepower now. Gallo, Teo, and Pat Beverly,
Those are theirs best shooter, best passer and best perimeter defender - 2,5 starters
But those guys history suggests they are expected to miss some games too.

Is Gallo the least good big buck free agent signing (+20 mils $) from this summer so far?
« Last Edit: November 14, 2017, 03:01:40 AM by Androslav »
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Re: 2017-18 NBA Season
« Reply #476 on: November 14, 2017, 03:41:28 AM »

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Embiid and Simmons schooled clips in LA.

Jordan put up some horrible numbers vs Embiid

Embiid a plus 23, 32 pts, 16 rebounds
Simmons, 22 and 12 boards
Covington 31 and 6 with 4 steals

Poor Doc, I wont mention how bad his son shot the ball
Best part.  Embiid played 36 minutes. 

Covington has been playing really well.  Be interesting to see if that affects his renegotiation and extension.
Clips missing a lot of firepower now. Gallo, Teo, and Pat Beverly,
Those are theirs best shooter, best passer and best perimeter defender - 2,5 starters
But those guys history suggests they are expected to miss some games too.

Is Gallo the least good big buck free agent signing (+20 mils $) from this summer so far?
Yeah, that Gallo signing was risky for sure.

I'd say George Hill is a close second at 3 years/$57M. He was supposed to stabilize that young Sacramento team, but instead his defense has tailed off and his eFG% is 8 points lower than his career average - and he's just a few months away from being 32. Right now his contract looks near-untradeable.

Re: 2017-18 NBA Season
« Reply #477 on: November 14, 2017, 04:05:09 AM »

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Embiid and Simmons schooled clips in LA.

Jordan put up some horrible numbers vs Embiid

Embiid a plus 23, 32 pts, 16 rebounds
Simmons, 22 and 12 boards
Covington 31 and 6 with 4 steals

Poor Doc, I wont mention how bad his son shot the ball
Best part.  Embiid played 36 minutes. 

Covington has been playing really well.  Be interesting to see if that affects his renegotiation and extension.
Clips missing a lot of firepower now. Gallo, Teo, and Pat Beverly,
Those are theirs best shooter, best passer and best perimeter defender - 2,5 starters
But those guys history suggests they are expected to miss some games too.

Is Gallo the least good big buck free agent signing (+20 mils $) from this summer so far?
Yeah, that Gallo signing was risky for sure.

I'd say George Hill is a close second at 3 years/$57M. He was supposed to stabilize that young Sacramento team, but instead, his defense has tailed off and his eFG% is 8 points lower than his career average - and he's just a few months away from being 32. Right now his contract looks near-untradeable.
G. Hill is right up there. He was signed in a 2 fold manner
1. We give you the big contract, you teach Fox how to be a starter.
2. We trade you to a playoff team when we think he can take over the job/get a good offer once someone gets injured/we just tank blatantly

It is still early to bury the hope, but:

Remember this:
"Utah was limited to offering Hill -- who is making $8 million in the final season of his contract -- the rest of its cap space this season and an extension of three years with annual raises of 7.5 percent. Therefore, the best offer Utah could make Hill was for $88.3 million to be committed to the Jazz through the 2019-20 season, which computes to a three-year, $74.7 million extension plus the $13.6 million of available cap space this season."

http://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/18789802/george-hill-utah-jazz-discussing-last-minute-contract-extension

Now that would be truly scary for all sides except Hill, as it is an even worse deal (for the Jazz) and it had some Gordon Hayward (resigning) connotations.
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Re: 2017-18 NBA Season
« Reply #478 on: November 15, 2017, 12:39:21 AM »

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RAptors and spurs won


Re: 2017-18 NBA Season
« Reply #479 on: November 15, 2017, 08:02:20 AM »

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I think the pressure gets pretty high, said a rival team executive. If its not working, they should either move the [Nets] pick or Love or LeBron. Those should all be on the table.

http://hoopshype.com/rumor/1146648/

OK, some team should seek an upgrade over this executive just for not knowing that LBJ has a no-trade clause. No wonder why some teams can't make playoffs for decades.
There are like 2 of those in the whole league (LBJ and Dirk)
Melo lost his after the trade to OKC, right? 
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