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    Ginobli needs to get off the floor




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    the refs are still a joke i cant watch the nba ugh




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    Duncan is also 3-13.

    Chalmers has 17 and Danny Green is 6-6.

    Weird...weird game.


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    Parker with a mediocre 5-14 game as well.
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    Wow...what a run right here by Miami.


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    Did you guys see that Lebron block?

    OMG...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Raveninwoodlawn View Post
    Did you guys see that Lebron block?

    OMG...


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    Spurs started the third great but at midway the 3rd Miami started to dominate. Lets see what happens at SA. Game 3 is a big one




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    Im not sure what even just saw... that was just an extremely odd game. two of the highest scoring teams in the league and not one guy goes over 20. Duncan had a miserable shooting night despite getting plenty of good looks. Bosh played well but Wade doesnt score in the 2nd half? LBJ scores 6 in one half 11 in the other but imo dominated the game more than you could say anybody else did. I have no idea what was wrong with Ginobili but he shouldnt have been out there. I think Kawhi Leonard and Green were the only ones to show up tonight for the Spurs. Odd odd game. I expect better next time from both teams and certainly not 16 TOs for the spurs.
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    Lebron was doubled a lot or drew coverage with the ball. It seems clear that Pop is willing to bet the likes of Miller etc can't beat them. May change his strategy now
    If they hasn't sat LBJ in garbage time he would've had another triple double.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Raveninwoodlawn View Post
    Did you guys see that Lebron block?

    OMG...


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    The best block ever. The size of Splitter and the fact that he had the ball cupped in order for a monster jam with huge amount of force is unreal James stopped that.

    Did I mention it was the best block ever?

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    I dont know about best ever. Physics wise was impressive, even though James does have 10-15lbs more of muscle than Splitter. the moment itself was kind of meaningless though vs a Tayshawn Prince who actually sealed a win with his late game block on Miller. solid, best ever is tough to call though.
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    I've always considered Shaq's block on Jordan and Jordan's block on Shaq the 1 and 1a of blocks.

    LBJ's was up there though.
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    What makes it the best block for me, is the fact that Lebron didn't knock the ball away (at first).

    He went straight up against a man that was running down the lane with forward momentum and stopped him from advancing the ball any further. The physics and the basketball skill involved make it the best for me.
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