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four more days of rest for billups! thank you cavs. now do me a solid and lose game 7 so the celtics still have the mindset that they're invincible at home and don't have to win on the road.

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Here we go game 7 on Sunday.

All the pressure is on the C's

Cavaliers are playing with house money.

If Boston wins on Sunday it'll only be because their playing at home.

If the played game 7 on a neutral court the Cavs would win.

I say this because even though it's tied at 3-3 the Cavs have out played the C's slightly.

If you win 66 games and it takes you 7 games to knock of a team that won 37, and then takes you 7 more to beat a team that won 45 games your playing with fire.

Someones gonna get you.

It might as well be LeBron & the Cavs.

Go Cavs-rise up!!!

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Here we go game 7 on Sunday.

All the pressure is on the C's

Cavaliers are playing with house money.

If Boston wins on Sunday it'll only be because their playing at home.

If the played game 7 on a neutral court the Cavs would win.

I say this because even though it's tied at 3-3 the Cavs have out played the C's slightly.

If you win 66 games and it takes you 7 games to knock of a team that won 37, and then takes you 7 more to beat a team that won 45 games your playing with fire.

Someones gonna get you.

It might as well be LeBron & the Cavs.

Go Cavs-rise up!!!

Homer much?

Your grammatical and spelling errors have given me a headache.

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Here we go game 7 on Sunday.

All the pressure is on the C's

Cavaliers are playing with house money.

If Boston wins on Sunday it'll only be because their playing at home.

If the played game 7 on a neutral court the Cavs would win.

I say this because even though it's tied at 3-3 the Cavs have out played the C's slightly.

If you win 66 games and it takes you 7 games to knock of a team that won 37, and then takes you 7 more to beat a team that won 45 games your playing with fire.

Someones gonna get you.

It might as well be LeBron & the Cavs.

Go Cavs-rise up!!!

They also beat a team that won 37 at home by a bajillion. So they'll probably beat a team that won 45 at home by a million. :P

I think someone on ESPN put it best today: Until a team loses at home, I can't pick against them. So, I gotta go with the Celtics.

Either way, it really doesn't matter. The Pistons are gonna take care of whoever comes out of this series, IMO.

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Here we go game 7 on Sunday.

All the pressure is on the C's

Cavaliers are playing with house money.

If Boston wins on Sunday it'll only be because their playing at home.

If the played game 7 on a neutral court the Cavs would win.

I say this because even though it's tied at 3-3 the Cavs have out played the C's slightly.

If you win 66 games and it takes you 7 games to knock of a team that won 37, and then takes you 7 more to beat a team that won 45 games your playing with fire.

Someones gonna get you.

It might as well be LeBron & the Cavs.

Go Cavs-rise up!!!

Homer much?

Your grammatical and spelling errors have given me a headache.

Who cares about my "grammatical and spelling errors ".

Does saying that make you feel superior?

As for being a homer did I say it's guarantee win day for the Cavs?

No

Just that all the pressure is on the C's.

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Here we go game 7 on Sunday.

All the pressure is on the C's

Cavaliers are playing with house money.

If Boston wins on Sunday it'll only be because their playing at home.

If the played game 7 on a neutral court the Cavs would win.

I say this because even though it's tied at 3-3 the Cavs have out played the C's slightly.

If you win 66 games and it takes you 7 games to knock of a team that won 37, and then takes you 7 more to beat a team that won 45 games your playing with fire.

Someones gonna get you.

It might as well be LeBron & the Cavs.

Go Cavs-rise up!!!

I must say, this guy almost has me rooting for the Celtics.

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Here we go game 7 on Sunday.

All the pressure is on the C's

Cavaliers are playing with house money.

If Boston wins on Sunday it'll only be because their playing at home.

If the played game 7 on a neutral court the Cavs would win.

I say this because even though it's tied at 3-3 the Cavs have out played the C's slightly.

If you win 66 games and it takes you 7 games to knock of a team that won 37, and then takes you 7 more to beat a team that won 45 games your playing with fire.

Someones gonna get you.

It might as well be LeBron & the Cavs.

Go Cavs-rise up!!!

I must say, this guy almost has me rooting for the Celtics.

I read it as a poem. It's better that way, and more ironic.

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Heres a suggestion for the Celtics if they win Game 7 and play the Pistons in the next round, where the TRADITIONAL ROAD UNIFORM. That Green and Black is ugly and you are now 0-6, go with the simple brilliance of Green and White and maybe you can win a road game.

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Heres a suggestion for the Celtics if they win Game 7 and play the Pistons in the next round, where the TRADITIONAL ROAD UNIFORM. That Green and Black is ugly and you are now 0-6, go with the simple brilliance of Green and White and maybe you can win a road game.

They've worn the normal one a couple of times. Didn't work. They're getting closer to winning a road game though, they got close tonight, they just need to get rid of those temporary lapses they had. I still don't know why Doc Rivers had Glen Davis out in the 4th quarter, him being on the court gave the Cavs about 6 points. He didn't put Sam Cassell in though, so he's one step closer.

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Heres a suggestion for the Celtics if they win Game 7 and play the Pistons in the next round, where the TRADITIONAL ROAD UNIFORM. That Green and Black is ugly and you are now 0-6, go with the simple brilliance of Green and White and maybe you can win a road game.

Didn't help them game 4 against the Hawks.

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Heres a suggestion for the Celtics if they win Game 7 and play the Pistons in the next round, where the TRADITIONAL ROAD UNIFORM. That Green and Black is ugly and you are now 0-6, go with the simple brilliance of Green and White and maybe you can win a road game.

They've worn the normal one a couple of times. Didn't work. They're getting closer to winning a road game though, they got close tonight, they just need to get rid of those temporary lapses they had. I still don't know why Doc Rivers had Glen Davis out in the 4th quarter, him being on the court gave the Cavs about 6 points. He didn't put Sam Cassell in though, so he's one step closer.

The words "He's Doc Rivers" come immediately to mind. Methinks its time the Celtics investigated getting a new coach.

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Doc has not looked good in the playoffs

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What can I say the Cavs weren't as easy to beat in game 7 as the Hawks.

Pistons will be even tougher.

C's better win one at the Palace because the Pistons will win at least one in the Garden.

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Here we go game 7 on Sunday.

All the pressure is on the C's

Cavaliers are playing with house money.

If Boston wins on Sunday it'll only be because their playing at home.

If the played game 7 on a neutral court the Cavs would win.

I say this because even though it's tied at 3-3 the Cavs have out played the C's slightly.

If you win 66 games and it takes you 7 games to knock of a team that won 37, and then takes you 7 more to beat a team that won 45 games your playing with fire.

Someones gonna get you.

It might as well be LeBron & the Cavs.

Go Cavs-rise up!!!

I must say, this guy almost has me rooting for the Celtics.

:censored:, I'm from Ohio and he just got me to become a Lakers fan again.

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Spurs take out Hornets in game 7 91-82.

David Stern gets what he wants so far:

Lakers-Spurs and Celtics-Pistons.

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pis-tons, spurs!

pis-tons, spurs!

pis-tons, spurs!

...not that i think detroit could actually beat san antonio in the finals, but i would like that matchup much more than the protein soaked pants media fest that would be lakers-celtics. and maybe the spurs could get a little more recognition for winning 5 titles in the past 10 seasons without a flashy star at the forefront.

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The lottery was tonight, and with a 1.7% chance of getting the first pick, the Bulls got it. Derrick Rose, welcome back home.

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Regarding the Lottery: G-d I hate my life. :puke::evil::cursing:

Regarding Chi-f'n-cago: If they're smart they'll take Beasley. They desperately need low-post scoring and rebounding to provide a buffer zone when those jump shots aren't going in - which killed them this season. Rose is a bad fit for that team... fantastic player, but not the right fit for their needs.

Regarding Game 1: Go Detroit. Please.

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The lottery was tonight, and with a 1.7% chance of getting the first pick, the Bulls got it. Derrick Rose, welcome back home.

Full Results for people who are too lazy to find it themselves

1. Chicago Bulls

2. Miami Heat

3. Minnesota Timberwolves

4. Seattle Supersonics

5. Memphis Grizzlies

6. New York Knicks

7. L.A. Clippers

8. Milwaukee Bucks

9. Charlotte Bobcats

10. New Jersey Nets

11. Indiana Pacers

12. Sacramento Kings

13. Portland Trail Blazers

14. Golden State Warriors

How the hell did Chicago win it? :blink:

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Well, it is a lottery. Even with the chances of winning it being less then 2%, the Bulls took it.

Now if I was the Bulls GM, I'm taking Beasley bar none. Rose is a great player, but I think a player the caliber of Beasley is one of a kind.

If the Bulls goof and take Rose, the Heat will snatch up Beasley and Miami will end up resurrecting itself thanks to it's newly formed two headed beast of Beasley and Wade.

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