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    Well it's playoff time again and the Spurs are looking to repeat. I think they'll do it, but it will take them 25 games to do it (Kings - 5, Mavs - 7, Suns - 6, Pistons - 7).

    Any other ideas out there?

    P.S. I was right last year, no reason to believe I'd be wrong this year, right?

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    Go Suns
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    Quote Originally Posted by leadtrumpetdave
    Well it's playoff time again and the Spurs are looking to repeat. I think they'll do it, but it will take them 25 games to do it (Kings - 5, Mavs - 7, Suns - 6, Pistons - 7).

    Any other ideas out there?

    P.S. I was right last year, no reason to believe I'd be wrong this year, right?

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    Pistons hands down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by geatches
    Pistons hands down.
    Agreed.

    But if i have to watch that limp wristed "big fundamental", half heartedly lumber around the lane again for another playoffs, I am going to be ill.
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    Quote Originally Posted by theBlaze74
    Agreed.

    But if i have to watch that limp wristed "big fundamental", half heartedly lumber around the lane again for another playoffs, I am going to be ill.
    Ouch!
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    Quote Originally Posted by theBlaze74
    But if i have to watch that limp wristed "big fundamental", half heartedly lumber around the lane again for another playoffs, I am going to be ill.
    That's pretty harsh.<img>

    I've never known Duncan to play half-heartedly during the playoffs, and the only guy in the Association who "lumbers" would have to be Shaq.

    Fortunately you don't HAVE to watch him. (unless you are watching your Pistons in the Finals!)<img>
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    Quote Originally Posted by leadtrumpetdave
    That's pretty harsh.<img>

    I've never known Duncan to play half-heartedly during the playoffs, and the only guy in the Association who "lumbers" would have to be Shaq.

    Fortunately you don't HAVE to watch him. (unless you are watching your Pistons in the Finals!)<img>
    lol, i notice you didnt put up a fight on the limp wristed comment
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    Quote Originally Posted by theBlaze74
    lol, i notice you didnt put up a fight on the limp wristed comment
    I can only assume you are referring to when Amare blocked his dunk from underneath the ball. I have no explanation for that other than to say it was a fluke, and Amare is superhuman.
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    If the Spurs continue to play the way they did on Saturday it may only take 16 games for them to win the title. Honestly, Detroit and San Antonio (not surprisingly) were the only teams that looked dominant in game 1. Detroit just played that game on cruise control & then put Milwaukee away in the 4th quarter without even breaking a sweat. And the Spurs had Sacramento scratching their heads the whole game. Did anybody see that shot of the Maloof Brothers at the game? That was hilarious!
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    Quote Originally Posted by leadtrumpetdave
    I can only assume you are referring to when Amare blocked his dunk from underneath the ball. I have no explanation for that other than to say it was a fluke, and Amare is superhuman.
    When i said limp wristed, i just meant, I cannot think baskteball player with less enthusiasm, less heart, and one that is more boring and "fundamental" than "the big fundamental".

    With that being said, he does get the job done, ugly as it may look, and you are right. The Spurs are going to breeze through the West.
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    Quote Originally Posted by theBlaze74
    When i said limp wristed, i just meant, I cannot think baskteball player with less enthusiasm, less heart, and one that is more boring and "fundamental" than "the big fundamental".

    With that being said, he does get the job done, ugly as it may look, and you are right. The Spurs are going to breeze through the West.
    IMO, the NBA of today is 90% garbage. Fundamentals? How many players have fundamentals anymore?
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    I'm with geatches. Pistons all the way. They would've won last year if it wasn't for knucklehead Rasheed.
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    watch out for the MAVS. Mavs or Spurs will come out of the West. I live in the dallas area and this is possibly our year to get to the finals, if we can get past the Spurs. Spurs vs Mavs will be a great showdown. Not sure the Mavs can beat the Pistons if they get that far.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Insertion
    IMO, the NBA of today is 90% garbage. Fundamentals? How many players have fundamentals anymore?
    Only "the Big Fundamental", that's why he puts me to sleep.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Insertion
    IMO, the NBA of today is 90% garbage. Fundamentals? How many players have fundamentals anymore?
    If you are counting teams, only 13% (4/30) of the teams in the NBA play fundamental team ball: Spurs, Pistons, Suns, and Mavs (sometimes). Notice that these are also the only teams considered to have any shot at the title.

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