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  1. 2018 NBA Post Season

    Anyway, those refs should get a Dick Bavetta medal for kick-starting Golden State's run like that. Taking away the Rockets' ability to attack the basket by not calling anything is pretty sly.
  2. 2018 NBA Post Season

    LeBron's a phony asswipe.
  3. 2018 NBA Post Season

    Advantage Cavs. This is going to light a fire under their ass. Love has been empty numbers in this series and for most of these playoffs, Nance brings energy and mobility on defense that Love cannot - or does not - provide. LeBron is going to smell the narrative like blood in the water (kind of like last night with his injury histrionics right before getting up and hitting two contested threes). Cleveland's due for one of their role players to have one of those random 20-25 point games on the road.
  4. 2018 NBA Post Season

    Brad Stevens got outcoached again and Marcus Morris is almost single-handedly responsible for letting the game get out of hand in the 2nd quarter.
  5. 2018 NBA Post Season

    Why. Why are the Celtics wearing white on the road.
  6. 2018 NBA Post Season

    Well, if there was ever a time for Harden to shed his poor playoff reputation.
  7. 2018 NBA Post Season

    Oh, a ****post. Good one?
  8. 2018 NBA Post Season

    I beg your pardon?
  9. 2018 NBA Post Season

    I get it, outrage fuels your existence. Do your thing.
  10. 2018 NBA Post Season

    These little KOPS R EVUL circlejerks are soooooo predictable.
  11. 2018 NBA Post Season

    Celtics have no one to blame but themselves for that loss. They laid down in the 1st quarter and they killed their own rallies by not boxing out and taking terrible early shots. Really poor basketball. Stevens needs to knock their heads together. Then again he hasn't had anyone in the right place on defense since game 2 so he's not doing so hot either.
  12. 2018 NBA Post Season

    This Celtics team has no composure away from their home floor. Zero. They give up two made shots in a row and the refs miss a call and immediately they're reduced to blowing dunks and arguing with the refs in the backcourt while the Cavs get out in transition. It's to be expected given their age, but still.
  13. 2018 NBA Post Season

    To say that that was a case of the Cavs making shots and the Celtics not making shots, that oversimplifies what happened and honestly gives too much credit to the Celtics. They played a ****ing horrible game. Cleveland making shots may have been how the game started, but once things started to get out of hand, Smart/Morris/Rozier helped the Cavs stretch the lead by taking (and missing) their usual ill-advised early shots and the entire team was truly awful on defense. I lost count of how many times the Cavs got an easy cut to the basket for a clean dunk while all Celtic defenders just sat around all doing the Confused Travolta. The Cavs smothered Horford and nobody else stepped up. Boston played like a team that had their 2-0 lead and didn't see any real reason to break their asses for a win. Cleveland gave much more effort and was the hungrier team. By a mile.
  14. 2018 NBA Post Season

    The Celtics have won a regular season game against Golden State in each of the last three seasons, and in 14-15 they took a 30 point lead on them before crapping themselves and handing it back. Of course it's a pretty small sample size, but it shows that the Celtics - Brad Stevens in particular - at least has an idea of how to play them. This series isn't over, though. Quicken Loans will be the most hostile environment this Celtics team has walked into this season. Cleveland's role players will show up at home. If the Celtics can get one game in Cleveland it will (obviously) really help, but if the Cavs get both I still favor them to win the series. And you know Scott Foster and Tony Brothers will resurface in one of these Cleveland games and pull the same horse**** they pulled in Philly.
  15. 2018 NBA Post Season

    Listening to NBA players/coaches prattle on about race relations and "progress" is like listening to that beauty pageant winner explain why some Americans can't locate the U.S. on a world map. I enjoy the league and the sport, but enlightened my ass. These people are just indulging in identity politics and are as clueless as anyone else. I'm not going to tell them not to open their traps and to just stick to dribbling, but it doesn't mean I have to respect what they say or take it as gospel.