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Begins with a Pittsburgh rapper trying to amp up a Cleveland crowd LOL
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#2
AGAG @ Golden State last night

All shooting, no size inside. I feel better matching up against them this year than I did last year.
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#3
I hate basketball.
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#4
http://bleacherreport.com/articles/26718...son-opener

Deadman showing up to the Cavs first game. Pretty sweet.
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#5
So for almost 2 years, Steph Curry had hit at least one 3-pointer per game. That streak came to an end a couple of nights ago when he didn't make any threes against the Lakers.

So to make up for it, he hit 13 of them last night against the Pelicans to set the all-time record for most threes in a game.
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(10-27-2016, 12:28 AM)Foolish Madman Wrote: I hate basketball.

Having one of the debatable top 5 players in the league must suck. Harden stays dropping triple doubles almost every night it seems.
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#7
The Raptors are a great team but it doesn't matter because the Cavs win the East. NBA is boring as fuck
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#8
You'll win tonight

Cavs in their Honeymoon phase right now
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#9
Haha
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#10
Well I hope Peezy didn't buy tickets to tonight's Grizzlies/Cavs game. Feel bad for the ones who did.
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#11
They lost without their big 3?

Whoda thunk
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#12
BUT THEY HAD DEANDRE LIGGINS BRO!!
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#13
sitting players is kinda bullshit, especially when teams sell tickets on tiers based on the opponent. but i have no idea what you can do to prevent it
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#14
It's not like the Spurs haven't been doing it for years
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Difference is the Spurs did it with old players, why the fuck does Kyrie need to be sat? He's 24.

MJ played all 82 games when he was 40. Fuck these guys
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#16
kings sat boogie cousins with a day off before and after the game. gotta save boogie for that massive kings playoff run rite
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#17
rockets 60 3pt attempts tonight for the record. if you were wondering the record before it was 49 set by rockets about 2 weeks ago
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(12-16-2016, 02:25 AM)Opitiplex Wrote: Difference is the Spurs did it with old players, why the fuck does Kyrie need to be sat? He's 24.

MJ played all 82 games when he was 40. Fuck these guys


Kyrie's also had season ending injuries multiple times in his career; something MJ never had the displeasure of dealing with.

I'd be all for sitting the guy for half the season if it meant getting to see Vintage Uncle Drew when it counts the most. Fuck how other fans feel about it.
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#19
Team and coach should be fined $250,000 each time this happens.
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#20
....for using the DNP (coach's decision) spot in their lineup?
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(12-17-2016, 12:06 AM)Opitiplex Wrote: Team and coach should be fined $250,000 each time this happens.


lebron has a knee sore and kyrie has a migraine headache. fine or no fine?
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#22
Legitimate injuries sure, but they didn't
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(12-17-2016, 09:21 AM)Obsidian Wrote: ....for using the DNP (coach's decision) spot in their lineup?



Yes, that are the Cavs have to pony up the $$ to give all the Grizz fans their money back
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#24
Well if you're gonna apply that rule to NBA then you have to apply the same rule to every sport. How about the NFL in weeks 16/17 when starters rest for the playoffs? What about in baseball when big time pitchers/players get a game-time scratch for rest? It's a coach's decision to sit players; not anyone else's. If fans wanna go all out and pay money for the sake of just seeing all-star players then just buy a ticket to an all-star game and forget everything else. Besides, who are you there to support: your team or the visiting team? As long as your team comes away with a W (which the Grizzlies did to no surprise) then I'd say fans got their money's worth. I've paid enough money watching teams that I cheer on lose that going home with a W means more than who played on the other side.
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#25
Lol at this
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#26
As laughable as your retarded statements
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#27
NBA ain't like any other sport. The superstars literally run this league. There is 2 teams that any chance of winning in the next 5 years.

Why do you think the players agreed to a CBA extensionso easily and quickly???
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#28
So..coaches should not be allowed to rest them because they are megastars above the sport of basketball..

Understood
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#29
You don't disagree because it's the Cavs. Got it
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#30
I dont disagree with anyone doing it. It's the coach's right to do so!
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