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    Quote Originally Posted by wapiti View Post
    I actually kinda like Harden. I think it's just how he ticks everyone off for playing an awesome game that is perfectly legal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wapiti View Post
    I actually kinda like Harden. I think it's just how he ticks everyone off for playing an awesome game that is perfectly legal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wapiti View Post
    I actually kinda like Harden. I think it's just how he ticks everyone off for playing an awesome game that is perfectly legal.
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    Whoa.

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    I think the NBA is about to shut it all down. Players are pissed

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    Quote Originally Posted by falafel View Post
    Whoa.
    Maybe they can replace them with some undocumented immigrants that will play for less money.

    Hey, maybe the chippers will do the same... The Mavs could use some help right now.
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    Would be smart for the Rockets to boycott today to give Westbrook time to heal. I’m hoping the Lakers game goes on since Lillard is out.


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    It's as if the gods don't want us to have sports.
    Give 'em Hell, Cougars!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by myboynoah View Post
    It's as if the gods don't want us to have sports.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LiveCoug View Post
    Yes... The Mavs will advance! See ya in the next round Jazz.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Ted View Post
    Yes... The Mavs will advance! See ya in the next round Jazz.
    Yeah, so if the Lakers and the Clippers voted not to play and the rest voted to move forward, it puts them in a bind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by myboynoah View Post
    Yeah, so if the Lakers and the Clippers voted not to play and the rest voted to move forward, it puts them in a bind.
    Puts who in a bind?
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    doc rivers eat the poo poo
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    Death. Taxes. And playoff PG13

    Also, this bubble exposed Giannis, Kawhi and Harden. Not on LeBron’s level, nor will they ever be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donuthole View Post
    Death. Taxes. And playoff PG13

    Also, this bubble exposed Giannis, Kawhi and Harden. Not on LeBron’s level, nor will they ever be.

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    Bam’s block is maybe the best defensive play I have ever seen.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Flystripper View Post
    Bam’s block is maybe the best defensive play I have ever seen.


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    It still comes in second to LeBron’s block, for me. Bigger stage, true road game, against the defending champs and best regular season team ever. And LeBron had to cover more ground. But they are 1 and 2 in my lifetime.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Donuthole View Post
    It still comes in second to LeBron’s block, for me. Bigger stage, true road game, against the defending champs and best regular season team ever. And LeBron had to cover more ground. But they are 1 and 2 in my lifetime.
    LeBrons is more important, because it came in the last few minutes of a game 7 in the finals. But Bam’s block is incredible for him being really under Tatum, behind the play a step, and yet he cleanly and completely blocks the shot AND keeps the ball.

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    i agree with dh that lebron's was better. but both were great. the block, which is one of the best defensive plays i've ever seen, is actually overshadowing what was one of the best playoff games i have ever seen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Applejack View Post
    LeBrons is more important, because it came in the last few minutes of a game 7 in the finals. But Bam’s block is incredible for him being really under Tatum, behind the play a step, and yet he cleanly and completely blocks the shot AND keeps the ball.
    LeBron was behind the play 10 steps.



    Ball in Curry’s hands, 10-15 feet ahead of LBJ. Igoudala is 10-15 feet across from that.

    Oh, and he blocked it directly to his teammate.
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    I can see why people would favor Lebron's block, it was incredible, but chase down blocks are much more common than the type of block that Bam did with his off hand. Tatum's dunk was on its way down and his hand was literally the lid on the cylinder.
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    Why can't we love both equally? Lebron's block stopped the juggernaut of the GSW from winning, which was great and now Lebron is a Laker which is even better. Bam's block was against the Clippers and more importantly directly against a former Dukie and also against the Celtics. Both are awesome!

    I agree with SMR, that was a great game. I only caught the last 17 minutes but it was great.
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