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Seventeen biznatches.
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It was a little embarrasing for the Lakers. They got crushed.

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NBA.....Yawn

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[quote=""Shizle""]It was a little embarrasing for the Lakers. They got crushed.[/quote]

Yea...just a little...LOL.

131-92.

Can you say own?
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I liked the Grizzlies (in Vancouver) when Abdur-Rahim played there. Probably i was the only one, lol.

Congratz to the Celtics. Finally they got an Asskicking Team again.

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nba used to be good. but the celtics are a STACKED TEAM. they dont even deserve the title. *** season possibly worst in history.

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Are you serious? They had to work ridiculously hard to get that title (most post-season games ever, tons of injuries etc) and they were up against a really good team (can you say KOBE, best player in the world?)
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Kobe is the best player on his position, but i think the Lakers wouldn't have make the finals without Gasol.

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I was also impressed with Gasol, saw some serious ball handling and quick moves for a center.

I get so tired of all these nba debbie downers, i mean seriously, whats wrong with fixed games from referees being told what to call? all part of the fun in my opinion.

Seriously tho, enjoy the sport for what it is despite imperfections, same as anything else, you have to find the things to appreciate.


Next season, looking forward to the hornets. Will also be interested to see what happens in Phoenix, but they have lost my love as fav team.
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Pheonix is supposedly trading Steve Nash. Therefore, I no longer care about the team (Steve Nash is one of my favorite players).
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wow i hadnt heard that. I do like him, but something just hasnt been working with him this last season, and i sorta see chris paul picking up where nash left off. will still be rooting for nash tho whereever he goes.
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Well, Steve Nash is getting up there in age. It's not that surprising that he's not as great anymore heheh. But I mean, he's a (by basketball standards) short white Canadian guy who's an awesome point guard.

That's just plain cool.
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