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Even if we give them a healthy Bogut and play this season out 100 times, I doubt they win more than 1 title at most.
Yeah, but Bogut is going to get pretty old by the time they finish 100 more seasons. I'd take the other teams with new players.
Where the hell are the award results?!
Nick Friedell ?@NickFriedell
Jimmy Butler on how sick veterans Luol Deng and Taj Gibson look "They look the same way they do every day. Lu is dark skinned, Taj is bald"
Hinrich (and Rose) officially out for the Bulls tonight.
Yeah, I meant 2012-13. And we have a winner, the Bullets beat Denver twice.
Regarding Anthony, one of his fatal flaws seems to be that when the going gets tough, he: a) tries to take over the game; b) does it by shooting long jumpers. Every superstar should do a), but most have multiple ways of doing it - going to the rim, playing better D, driving and dishing (in addition to filling it up). Remember the criticism of LeBron a few years ago, he passed too much in the 4th? (See also Durant last night.) Can you imagine that criticism levied against Anthony?
He can get hot from the outside, but his outside shooting percentage keeps dropping by game and his strategy remains the same.
I smelled the BS in this statement but now I can prove it, even though I've only scratched the surface of the data.
Denver played 18 games where the opponent was coming off a back to back. They won 14 of those. That means they were 43-21 when the opponent had at least 1 day of rest - that's a 55 win pace.
I don't know if 18 games is more or less than most teams get. Doesn't really matter though, the idea that a team can look 8 wins better than they really are because of playing in favorable B2B is impossible.
Google vinny del negro and yelling at shooters to see something ridiculous.
since everyone thinks it's back to being ok I don't understand why Brooklyn doesn't hammer robinson to the ground a few times.
I'll bet if you remove 10 games where Indiana was at home and playing an opponent on g2 of BTB, the Pacer margin of victory was less than 4.09. By the stats you mentioned, Denver won 48 of 72 games without including the most favorable matchups. They are a lot better than a 49 win team.
I'd be curious to see the context here. Which 10 teams was Denver playing on the second half of back-to-backs? How did other teams do in this situation - was 2 points an unusual increase in MOV?
RT ?@PhilJackson11 The ole charge/block dilemma …sorry George
So...David Lee has apparently been cleared to play tonight. I'm not a Dr., but that seems like quite the speedy recovery.
Bogut is all over the court this quarter.
Also, Reggie Miller going to the Golden State locker room and giving a televised victory speech to Mark Jackson and his merry band strikes me as at least mildly unprofessional.
The last time the Warriors won a game in San Antonio,
Iguodala hugging Jackson--he's the mole!
No way that game should have been that close. Bulls just don't have enough offense with these guys out.
Probably some sort of karmic payback for having both Wilt and Nate Thurmond for 2 years together in the 60s.
Q. Before you brought in David Lee for a free-agent visit in July 2011, I heard you were willing to trade Kevin for Anthony Randolph but Golden State turned you down.
A. Not true. I never have ever wanted to trade Kevin, ever. And there was no way as I sat in the chair that I would have recommended to the owner that we do so. That’s a fact.
Jalen Rose, on PTI today, essentially said that if a ring is on the line then, yes, he's gonna hurt someone if he has to.
Luol Deng ?@LuolDeng9 30m
It really upsets me that everyone thinks I would miss a game bc of the flu. I've played a lot of games w the flu in my career.
On Wed I was taken to the ER and my symptoms indicated I may have meningitis In order to play on Thurs I was required to undergo a spinal tap
As a result of the spinal tap I suffered the worst headache I've ever experienced and been the weakest I've ever felt.
Yesterday I was unable to walk or even get out of bed. I made it to the UC and was sent home. This morning my symptoms worsened.
Now I'm back in the ER where I may have to spend the night... I want my teammates and Bulls fans to know I would NEVER miss a game bc of flu
If I'm medically cleared I will fly to NY to be with my team and try to win game 7
There are still a lot of people in Chicago that don't like Deng (whether or not he's overpaid is always part of that, but not the only reason usually).
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