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Re: Nets (28-53) at Celtics (54-27) Game #82 4/11/18
« Reply #30 on: April 11, 2018, 08:28:16 PM »

Offline tstorey_97

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Nader + Yabusele + Semi + Baynes = Victory

I mean really, what chance do the Nets have tonight? This group has undeniable size.

Re: Nets (28-53) at Celtics (54-27) Game #82 4/11/18
« Reply #31 on: April 11, 2018, 08:28:16 PM »

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Is Baynes going for 40 tonight?

seriously , sit him

Re: Nets (28-53) at Celtics (54-27) Game #82 4/11/18
« Reply #32 on: April 11, 2018, 08:28:16 PM »

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I am sure all of the young Cs with no chance of being on the team next year are psyched that Baynes is getting every shot on the offensive end.

This has to implode at some point, right?

Re: Nets (28-53) at Celtics (54-27) Game #82 4/11/18
« Reply #33 on: April 11, 2018, 08:31:52 PM »

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I would be ok with resting all the starters today.  I know we are short handed and that may be difficult, but who wants to risk an injury to Brown, Tatum, Morris, Baynes in a completely meaningless game?

true .....i d brought in the Redclaws

Well just looking at the box score it looks like Brad did sit Jaylen, Jason, Marcus M, Rozier and Al.  Get Baynes his 20 points and then sit him too.

Re: Nets (28-53) at Celtics (54-27) Game #82 4/11/18
« Reply #34 on: April 11, 2018, 08:33:33 PM »

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Is Baynes going for 40 tonight?

seriously , sit him

He probably won't play much more tonight...

Re: Nets (28-53) at Celtics (54-27) Game #82 4/11/18
« Reply #35 on: April 11, 2018, 08:33:34 PM »

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Definitely going to be  flipping among the relevant games tonight, especially with the Maine Red Claws out there tonight.

In this Bucks game, I understand why Milwaukee has all of their guys playing tonight, as it's the first time all year long that everyone is healthy.

However, surely they are planning on losing this game, as it's clearly in their best interests for playoff matching since a win guarantees them a first round matchup with Cleveland.

The 76ers have a better team than Milwaukee. I think Philly can easily win this game tonight.

Even with Reddick and Embiid out? I don't really think so.

This 76ers team is so overhyped and exaggerated right now due to this win streak. But you can tell what's going on when you look at the schedule - 13 of their 15 consecutive wins have come over current lottery teams.

I see them struggling to get out of the first round, especially without Embiid, and I think someone like Washington will probably upset them.
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Re: Nets (28-53) at Celtics (54-27) Game #82 4/11/18
« Reply #36 on: April 11, 2018, 08:36:39 PM »

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Just got home from work.  I'm actually relieved to see our key players being rested.  Knowing our luck this season and the competing years of the Big 3 era (save 2007-2008) someone would have suffered an injury.


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Re: Nets (28-53) at Celtics (54-27) Game #82 4/11/18
« Reply #37 on: April 11, 2018, 08:38:02 PM »

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Definitely going to be  flipping among the relevant games tonight, especially with the Maine Red Claws out there tonight.

In this Bucks game, I understand why Milwaukee has all of their guys playing tonight, as it's the first time all year long that everyone is healthy.

However, surely they are planning on losing this game, as it's clearly in their best interests for playoff matching since a win guarantees them a first round matchup with Cleveland.

The 76ers have a better team than Milwaukee. I think Philly can easily win this game tonight.

Even with Reddick and Embiid out? I don't really think so.

This 76ers team is so overhyped and exaggerated right now due to this win streak. But you can tell what's going on when you look at the schedule - 13 of their 15 consecutive wins have come over current lottery teams.

I see them struggling to get out of the first round, especially without Embiid, and I think someone like Washington will probably upset them.

Look at the score on Bucks/6ers....

Re: Nets (28-53) at Celtics (54-27) Game #82 4/11/18
« Reply #38 on: April 11, 2018, 08:38:30 PM »

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GIBSON!

Re: Nets (28-53) at Celtics (54-27) Game #82 4/11/18
« Reply #39 on: April 11, 2018, 08:44:06 PM »

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Semi is 3-3!

Re: Nets (28-53) at Celtics (54-27) Game #82 4/11/18
« Reply #40 on: April 11, 2018, 08:44:27 PM »

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Re: Nets (28-53) at Celtics (54-27) Game #82 4/11/18
« Reply #41 on: April 11, 2018, 08:45:37 PM »

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Definitely going to be  flipping among the relevant games tonight, especially with the Maine Red Claws out there tonight.

In this Bucks game, I understand why Milwaukee has all of their guys playing tonight, as it's the first time all year long that everyone is healthy.

However, surely they are planning on losing this game, as it's clearly in their best interests for playoff matching since a win guarantees them a first round matchup with Cleveland.

The 76ers have a better team than Milwaukee. I think Philly can easily win this game tonight.

Even with Reddick and Embiid out? I don't really think so.

This 76ers team is so overhyped and exaggerated right now due to this win streak. But you can tell what's going on when you look at the schedule - 13 of their 15 consecutive wins have come over current lottery teams.

I see them struggling to get out of the first round, especially without Embiid, and I think someone like Washington will probably upset them.

Look at the score on Bucks/6ers....

I mean, they're shooting ungodly, unsustainable percentages, especially beyond the arc, so of course they're up. I also suspect that there's a bit of tanking going on with the Bucks, as it never made sense for them to win tonight anyways.

You seriously wouldn't take the Bucks' roster over a Philly roster sans Embiid and Reddick (not long-term, just in a single series)?
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Re: Nets (28-53) at Celtics (54-27) Game #82 4/11/18
« Reply #42 on: April 11, 2018, 08:52:46 PM »

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Definitely going to be  flipping among the relevant games tonight, especially with the Maine Red Claws out there tonight.

In this Bucks game, I understand why Milwaukee has all of their guys playing tonight, as it's the first time all year long that everyone is healthy.

However, surely they are planning on losing this game, as it's clearly in their best interests for playoff matching since a win guarantees them a first round matchup with Cleveland.

The 76ers have a better team than Milwaukee. I think Philly can easily win this game tonight.

Even with Reddick and Embiid out? I don't really think so.

This 76ers team is so overhyped and exaggerated right now due to this win streak. But you can tell what's going on when you look at the schedule - 13 of their 15 consecutive wins have come over current lottery teams.

I see them struggling to get out of the first round, especially without Embiid, and I think someone like Washington will probably upset them.

Look at the score on Bucks/6ers....

I mean, they're shooting ungodly, unsustainable percentages, especially beyond the arc, so of course they're up. I also suspect that there's a bit of tanking going on with the Bucks, as it never made sense for them to win tonight anyways.

You seriously wouldn't take the Bucks' roster over a Philly roster sans Embiid and Reddick (not long-term, just in a single series).

I'd still pick The Sixers, but the Freak would be the best player in the series.

Re: Nets (28-53) at Celtics (54-27) Game #82 4/11/18
« Reply #43 on: April 11, 2018, 08:53:43 PM »

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We're just crushing BKN on the boards right now.  It's nice to be up on offensive rebounds for a change after all those years of being a poor rebounding team, even if this is a meaningless game.


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Re: Nets (28-53) at Celtics (54-27) Game #82 4/11/18
« Reply #44 on: April 11, 2018, 08:53:58 PM »

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Allen is the worst player on the team.
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