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2007 NBA Playoffs Offical Thread


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What the hell? So the Warriors just pulled out another huge win over Dallas. Is it time to seriously get interested, or are they just fu*kin with everyone?

I think they're for real. They're the type of team that Dallas just can't beat, they came in playing better than anybody in the League, and they're not your typical 8 seed. Very talented team that battled injuries, had a mid-season trade, and just never got to develop chemistry until late. Last night's blowout was a product of the situation, I think, because I remember being in attendance at the Nuggets first home playoff game in ten years and they beat the T-Wolves by 21, so that kind of emotion can do a ton towards a blowout, but I do think they're for real.

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I honestly can't believe this... The refs have been the deciding factor in the game tonight. How Duncan has no fouls is beyond me. Oh well, we know they can take games in San Antonio, just have to win Monday night, and I'll be there.

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I'm loving the anarchic running style of the Warriors, run by Baron Davis doing his best Common impression. If the Warriors, Nuggets and Suns all are brothers from the same running family offensive style-wise, the Suns are the one who went to Harvard, the Nuggets are the one who is gangsta as hell, and the Warriors are the one who is slightly mentally unstable. FreeDarko even thinks they're taking the loose, fast style thing a bit too far.

I love it though, especially as an 8-1 upset possibility. Plus the Mavs look legitimately shaken as hell.

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I honestly can't believe this... The refs have been the deciding factor in the game tonight. How Duncan has no fouls is beyond me. Oh well, we know they can take games in San Antonio, just have to win Monday night, and I'll be there.

I think Duncan gets more respect from referees than any other player in the League. I'm not really trying to complain and say it's costing us the games, because I know Melo and AI get their respect from the officials as well, for the most part, and it's just how it is in the NBA, but Duncan goes over the back almost constantly and never gets called for it. The Spurs, as a team, get away with so much, yet they constantly complain. It's insane. Seriously... you want a good drinking game? Drink every time Duncan gets away with an over-the-back. You'll be drunk by halftime. But, again, that's just how the NBA is, unfortunately. Like I said, Melo and AI get their fair share of calls as well.

The Spurs are going to win this series because they're the better team. The Nuggets are so schizophrenic throughout games it's ridiculous and we've gotten nothing out of our bench. Ugh. The Nuggets just can't put it together for an entire game. We have a great stretch for ten minutes, then give it all back with a terrible one.

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Adios Miami.

Not shocked the Bulls beat the Heat, but a sweep. Wow

Dwyane Wade should of had the surgery because hes not the same player, and now its time to get healthy for next year.

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The Bulls are in the 2nd Round. We've got Detroit. This is going to be a great series. The Bulls were 3-1 against the Pistons in the regular season.

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If the Warriors had J-Rich and Baron for the complete season they would've at least, in my opinion, be the 6th seed. No offense to Denver or Lakers fans. They might even have pushed Houston for the 5th seed. Can't wait for the Detroit-Chicago series. Intense.

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If the Warriors had J-Rich and Baron for the complete season they would've at least, in my opinion, be the 6th seed. No offense to Denver or Lakers fans. They might even have pushed Houston for the 5th seed. Can't wait for the Detroit-Chicago series. Intense.

We can all play the "what if" game...

What if the Nuggets had Iverson all season?

What if Kenyon Martin hadn't gotten injured and missed the whole season?

What if Carmelo Anthony and JR Smith hadn't gotten into the fight and gotten suspended?

The answer...

The Denver Nuggets would be one of the top three seeds in the Western Conference.

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What a shot by Baron Davis if the Mavericks don't win this game they may be leaving their hearts and their hopes in San Francisco (well Oakland actually) but this is amazing how come they cant beat the 8th seed Warriors a team that has not been in the playoffs forever.

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HEY MIAMI FANS

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We expected to lose to Chicago. It's a bad matchup for Miami which was shown last season. On top of that we were hurt all year long. Congrats to the Bulls, this Miami team just doesn't deserve it or play as hard as last year's team.

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What a shot by Baron Davis if the Mavericks don't win this game they may be leaving their hearts and their hopes in San Francisco (well Oakland actually) but this is amazing how come they cant beat the 8th seed Warriors a team that has not been in the playoffs forever.

It's because the Warriors move more fluently and faster than the Mavs can keep under control.

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If the Warriors had J-Rich and Baron for the complete season they would've at least, in my opinion, be the 6th seed. No offense to Denver or Lakers fans. They might even have pushed Houston for the 5th seed. Can't wait for the Detroit-Chicago series. Intense.

We can all play the "what if" game...

What if the Nuggets had Iverson all season?

What if Kenyon Martin hadn't gotten injured and missed the whole season?

What if Carmelo Anthony and JR Smith hadn't gotten into the fight and gotten suspended?

The answer...

The Denver Nuggets would be one of the top three seeds in the Western Conference.

What if the Hawks had a GM and coach worth a damn?

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What if the Memphis Grizzlies had all of the best players on their team and won 82 games during the season but then lost in the first round? Wouldn't that have been something?

And what if Grant Hill had never been injured and gone on to score 50 points a game in the 2002 season?

And what if Michael Jordan had won the NBA championship the two season he came back? That would have been neat, huh?

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