Seems like you know what you're talking about so I'll take your word for it braj. It's just funny because he keeps reading to far into what I'm saying. Probably one of those guys that thinks when a girl smiles at him and talks to him for more than two minutes that she wants to bang. :lmao
This spat going on between you and I right now has nothing to do with basketball takes and how much someone knows about the sport. At this point it's essentially about your absolute lack of reading comprehension and your inability to accept the fact that a lot of Spurs fans, particularly the...
Pop's going to Memphis to win the game on Saturday. There's no thought of the next game. You can't sweep someone until you win game 3.
If the Spurs win game 3, they're not looking to sweep, they're looking to put away a dangerous team by winning the game.
Imagine if Chris Mortenson and Sal Palantonio talked down the Packers because they didn't want to have to do assignments in Wisconsin in December because it's cold and the dance clubs are full of fat girls and close at 7PM. It's like that.
Duncan’s 14th All-NBA Team selection ranks tied for second all-time in NBA history with Karl Malone and Shaquille O’Neal. Ahead of him are Kareem Adbul-Jabbar and Kobe Bryant with 15 All-NBA selections.
The First Team honor is Duncan’s 10th of his career, becoming just the ninth player in NBA...
they mean something when stated in contradiction to your unfounded theory.
You asserted that the Spurs had some assistance form the refs in Game 1 of the last series that is similar to the favorable whistle received by Memphis in the second half of Game 2. The FTA advantage that Memphis enjoyed...
It's weird. The Spurs looked so much stronger last year and yet I'm more confident in this team, despite the fact that they've looked so fucking shaky at times. Still worried about them dropping the 2-0 lead again, though.
I won't take issue with any of the points you make here, but you have to realize that the Kobe critics are so eager to blame him for team failures precisely because his supporters, and his PR machine, are so eager to give him all the credit for team successes.
Well, I guess we disagree there.
Oh. Pop is the best in the league at managing minutes, he has been for several years. If he's managing minutes, the big 3 will have nearly the exact same amount of minutes in games 3 and 4, barring a blowout or a close game late in the 4th.
Reckoning is the only one with any sense so far.
What?? So Pop is going into Memphis to try to lose one game. Is that his gameplan? If you were to ask him that in the postgame, he wouldn't laugh at you, he'd make all the other journalists laugh at you.
Why not? Because they're "good"?