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Old 12-24-2005, 12:28 PM   #41
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Hmmmm 21-3....as The PISTONS again turn the Warriors from Golden State aside. They are now the Iron Pyrite State Warriors....fool's gold. But they are somewhat improved...but young. Compared to the last 15 years or so, they are better though.
Kobe gets 62 pts. in 3 quarters....well, he has had LOTS of shooting practice!! about 35 per game....and it was against Dallas, who is soft in the middle....but 62 is 62....
Hey Dirk, think that punch to your face was an accident? yeah right. And memo to the Mavericks.....defense IS legal...no way Kobe should get 62 in 3 qtrs....against ANY NBA team....
Hey Pacers fans....It was only a mater of time until Ron (Mr. Excitement) Artest exploded...and destroyed any chance at team unity or success. Hey Ron...Jermaine is the marquee player...NOT you...get over it....it's a TEAM sport...
San Antonio has been down lately too...but even with injuries..they're STILL on top...in the West. Count on it...they will be there in the playoffs..and in the finals again..unless a hell of a lot goes wrong....
How about those non all-stars Billups and Hamilton...here's a little from NBA.com:
Looking for Richard – With Reggie Miller having retired, Richard Hamilton has become the NBA’s undisputed king of moving without the ball. Rip is in a constant state of motion, using screens and finding seams in the defense to pull up or attack. Bruce Bowen and Manu Ginobili will share the task of trying to slow Hamilton, who’s having an All-Star caliber season, averaging better than 20 points and shooting over 50 percent from the field.
And don't forget hoopsters....Tomorrow at NOON the Pistons and Spurs....the REAL marquee game that day...not the non-sense about the Heat or Lakers......Wade is great...but Shaq won't stay healthy through the entire season...and even if he does...he can't get back on D against teams that will push the ball like San Antonio or Detroit....
Lastly.....be honest now.....21-3.....???? wooooooohoooooooooooo
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