and thats why D Rose was still on the floor.....ask the grizzlies.....

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  1. rolyat93

    rolyat93 Contributing Member

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    IDK, but I don't agree with it.
     
  2. eddiewinslow

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    Hey they were playing bc pop was on spurs -10.5
     
  3. bobrek

    bobrek Vamos Los Astros

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    Do you agree with Paul being on the floor, down by 24, with 8 minutes left?
     
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    In all fairness, not in the playoffs. Also, people act like he wouldn't have blown it out anyway. I think that with the way his health has gone this year, that knee has probably been overcompensating for a while. If that's the case, it was only a matter of time. I really feel for Tibs and the flack he's getting. This guy doesn't deserve it.

     
  5. cheke64

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    I have no idea what you are talking about. Cheap foul? Grizzlies? Drose? Wtf...
     
  6. Relentless

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    How do people screw this up?
     
  7. dsid411

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    It's funny T-Mac's greatest accomplishment was a crazy comeback against the spurs in a regular season game at home. What a freaking loser.
     
  8. couple of d's

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    I'm not worried the Clippers won't make it out of this round. Fake contenders/ Fake tough guys. Chris Paul is a douchebag.
     
  9. macalu

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    when i last saw the score of tonight's heat/knicks game, the heat were up 15 points with 2:15 to play. guess who was on the floor. Wade, Bosh, and James. apparently, none of the NBA coaches in the playoffs know what they are doing.
     
  10. roslolian

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    How long does it take you to hit two 3 pointers? a minute and a half is only 90 secs. Two quick 3 pointers and then what? They'd still be down 6, that's what :rolleyes:

    Taking your players out when the lead is ok is a lot like insurance. The chances of your house burning down is very slim, but you're paying insurance anyway just in case it does happen.

    In this case, Thibs kept on playing his star even when the lead is double digits already, and he paid for it.
     
  11. macalu

    macalu Contributing Member

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    you're right. it's impossible to create turnovers within a span of of 45 seconds (assuming it takes half the time off the clock off to hit those 3 pointers) and score another 6 points.

    signed,

    T-mac, Reggie Miller, Vernon Maxwell, Kobe Bryant, and every other player who's ever done it before.

    How do you explain Popovich leaving his stars in late in the game a couple of days ago with a 15 point lead and over 2 minutes to play? Or Eric Spolstra doing the same thing last night?
     

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