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Danny Green is making a strong case for MVP.

MIA made me nervous in the 3rd. They put up a good fight but it didn't make this less of a rape. Spurs in 6.

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Spurs almost blew another game by allowing the Heat to cut it to 7. Tony Parker hurts the team sometimes by over dribbling. I'd like to see Mills get more minutes. The Spurs have to do a better job of covering Lewis going forward. Much better defense and shooting by the Spurs. The Spurs have to have a do or die mentality Thursday.
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(06-10-2014 10:45 PM)JayMillz Wrote:  Spurs almost blew another game by allowing the Heat to cut it to 7. Tony Parker hurts the team sometimes by over dribbling. I'd like to see Mills get more minutes. The Spurs have to do a better job of covering Lewis going forward. Much better defense and shooting by the Spurs. The Spurs have to have a do or die mentality Thursday.

They need to take out allen and lewis. It's clear leonard and green are good enough to take lebron and d-wade 1-on-1 D without doubling. No need to pack the paint the minute someone drives. There were so many times when I cringed at the lack of close out on a wide open ray or rashard from miami kick out.

And yes, mills needs more playing time. That guy is a beast.
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Everyone predicted game 3 wrong.
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(06-06-2014 03:01 PM)Giovonny Wrote:  
(06-04-2014 11:02 PM)MaleDefined Wrote:  Gio,

we need to hang.

Lets get started..

Who is your favorite player of all time and why?

Who is 2nd and 3rd?

Who is your favorite team of all time and why?

Who is 2nd and 3rd?

What is your favorite NBA moment of all time and why?

What is 2nd and 3rd?

Hope to hang with you someday soon!

Magic. Champion at EVERY level. HS, College, Pro's. Loved the Game. Unselfish (11.2 dimes per game highest avg ever), made other's better. Scaled back his game to make others better. Best leader EVER. From Michigan. His number's speak for themselves, and factor in his career was cut short.

MJ. Battled his way to the top when the league had real dynasties in place, free agency wasn't as prevalant and teams had better nucleuses. Skills/Hand Eye Coordination NO EQUAL. Best Big Game player EVER. Leadership

Isiah. Scrappy, Nasty attitude. Nicknamed "Babyfaced Assasin", 1st building block of what would become the infamous "Bad Boys". Won 2 titles, in the era of real dynasties. Scaled back his game for lesser talented guys. Leadership.


Team: All the Lakers teams 80-89'
Tie for 2nd: Pistons 89-90', Bulls 95-96'
3rd Knicks 93-94'


Moment: Magic's "Baby Skyhook" vs the hated Celtics Game 4 1987 Finals, virtually ended the series. Sucked the life out of the old Boston Garden

MJ Cross-over and jumper on Byron Russell with the hand extended (Follow-through fellas) Silky smooth. Classic Jordan.

Larry Johnson 1999 Eastern Conference Final 4 point play in the Garden where the whole place went bezerk

NBA ACTION IT'S FAAAAANNNNNTASTIC LOL

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What do ya'll think of the signing of Derek Fisher as head coach of the Knicks?!
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(06-11-2014 12:11 PM)JoyStick Wrote:  What do ya'll think of the signing of Derek Fisher as head coach of the Knicks?!

Seems that transforming players into coaches RIGHT OUT of uniform or just 0 experience is en vogue right now

Mark Jackson
Jason Kidd
Steve Kerr
Derek Fisher

I think his learning curve will be very steep. Melo doesn't seem to want to come back, Amare' is way past it (OVERPAID), and then the excruciatingly painful contract of JR Smith (demanding to be a starter - Gasp! SURPRISE!!!)
Fish won't get a lot done for a couple years. Hopefully management is patient with him and the team's growth.

Prediction: He will take the arrows and slings while they are rebuilding, only to be replaced by a new coach who will then get the credit for the Knicks resurgence.

Stay Tuned

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(06-11-2014 12:38 PM)MY DETROIT PLAYAS Wrote:  
(06-11-2014 12:11 PM)JoyStick Wrote:  What do ya'll think of the signing of Derek Fisher as head coach of the Knicks?!

Seems that transforming players into coaches RIGHT OUT of uniform or just 0 experience is en vogue right now

Mark Jackson
Jason Kidd
Steve Kerr
Derek Fisher

I think his learning curve will be very steep. Melo doesn't seem to want to come back, Amare' is way past it (OVERPAID), and then the excruciatingly painful contract of JR Smith (demanding to be a starter - Gasp! SURPRISE!!!)
Fish won't get a lot done for a couple years. Hopefully management is patient with him and the team's growth.

Prediction: He will take the arrows and slings while they are rebuilding, only to be replaced by a new coach who will then get the credit for the Knicks resurgence.

Stay Tuned

What's worse about this trend is the top level assistants needed behind the scenes to make things function. Your getting head coach worthy guys whom have to do the rump work here with these guys. Yeah they don't have to face the scrutiny of the fans and press but they also aren't getting $25 million like Derek Fisher is either. All the 'X's and 'O's are crafted by these assistants, it would be frustrating for dudes like Patrick Ewing whom has been doing things the old school way by working up the assistant coach food chain to have players whom are below you skill wise get Head Coach jobs out the gate.
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(06-11-2014 12:38 PM)MY DETROIT PLAYAS Wrote:  
(06-11-2014 12:11 PM)JoyStick Wrote:  What do ya'll think of the signing of Derek Fisher as head coach of the Knicks?!

Seems that transforming players into coaches RIGHT OUT of uniform or just 0 experience is en vogue right now

Mark Jackson
Jason Kidd
Steve Kerr
Derek Fisher

I think his learning curve will be very steep. Melo doesn't seem to want to come back, Amare' is way past it (OVERPAID), and then the excruciatingly painful contract of JR Smith (demanding to be a starter - Gasp! SURPRISE!!!)
Fish won't get a lot done for a couple years. Hopefully management is patient with him and the team's growth.

Prediction: He will take the arrows and slings while they are rebuilding, only to be replaced by a new coach who will then get the credit for the Knicks resurgence.

Stay Tuned

^^ Much like Mark Jackson with Warriors?

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(06-11-2014 02:51 PM)kosko Wrote:  
(06-11-2014 12:38 PM)MY DETROIT PLAYAS Wrote:  
(06-11-2014 12:11 PM)JoyStick Wrote:  What do ya'll think of the signing of Derek Fisher as head coach of the Knicks?!

Seems that transforming players into coaches RIGHT OUT of uniform or just 0 experience is en vogue right now

Mark Jackson
Jason Kidd
Steve Kerr
Derek Fisher

I think his learning curve will be very steep. Melo doesn't seem to want to come back, Amare' is way past it (OVERPAID), and then the excruciatingly painful contract of JR Smith (demanding to be a starter - Gasp! SURPRISE!!!)
Fish won't get a lot done for a couple years. Hopefully management is patient with him and the team's growth.

Prediction: He will take the arrows and slings while they are rebuilding, only to be replaced by a new coach who will then get the credit for the Knicks resurgence.

Stay Tuned

What's worse about this trend is the top level assistants needed behind the scenes to make things function. Your getting head coach worthy guys whom have to do the rump workforce here guys. Yeah they don't have to face the scrutiny of the fans and press but they also aren't getting $25 million like Derek Fisher is either. All the 'X's and 'O's are crafted by these assistants, it would be frustrating for dudes like Patrick Ewing whom has been doing things the old school way by working up the assistant coach food chain to have players whom are below you skill wise get Head Coach jobs out the gate.


Melo should take a paycut and go to the Chicago Bulls and join Joakim Noah, Taj Gibson and D-Rose! He'll be dumb enough not to go. The Bulls were the best defensive team in the whole league, the thing they lack is scoring, which is what Melo does best. You had a former MVP in Rose and an MVP candidate this year in Joakim Noah who won DPOY. An elite Head Coach in Tom Thibadeu.

I don't know but Derek Fisher doesn't do it for me as head coach. And that roster in New York is atrocious. I can see Melo in Chicago and the lineup would look like this,

PG: Derrick Rose
SG: Jimmy Butler
SF: Carmelo Anthony
PF: Taj Gibson
C: Joakim Noah!

Damn!!! That lineup will easily compete with Miami in the East!




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(06-11-2014 03:11 PM)MidWest Wrote:  
(06-11-2014 02:51 PM)kosko Wrote:  
(06-11-2014 12:38 PM)MY DETROIT PLAYAS Wrote:  
(06-11-2014 12:11 PM)JoyStick Wrote:  What do ya'll think of the signing of Derek Fisher as head coach of the Knicks?!

Seems that transforming players into coaches RIGHT OUT of uniform or just 0 experience is en vogue right now

Mark Jackson
Jason Kidd
Steve Kerr
Derek Fisher

I think his learning curve will be very steep. Melo doesn't seem to want to come back, Amare' is way past it (OVERPAID), and then the excruciatingly painful contract of JR Smith (demanding to be a starter - Gasp! SURPRISE!!!)
Fish won't get a lot done for a couple years. Hopefully management is patient with him and the team's growth.

Prediction: He will take the arrows and slings while they are rebuilding, only to be replaced by a new coach who will then get the credit for the Knicks resurgence.

Stay Tuned

What's worse about this trend is the top level assistants needed behind the scenes to make things function. Your getting head coach worthy guys whom have to do the rump workforce here guys. Yeah they don't have to face the scrutiny of the fans and press but they also aren't getting $25 million like Derek Fisher is either. All the 'X's and 'O's are crafted by these assistants, it would be frustrating for dudes like Patrick Ewing whom has been doing things the old school way by working up the assistant coach food chain to have players whom are below you skill wise get Head Coach jobs out the gate.


Melo should take a paycut and go to the Chicago Bulls and join Joakim Noah, Taj Gibson and D-Rose! He'll be dumb enough not to go. The Bulls were the best defensive team in the whole league, the thing they lack is scoring, which is what Melo does best. You had a former MVP in Rose and an MVP candidate this year in Joakim Noah who won DPOY. An elite Head Coach in Tom Thibadeu.

I don't know but Derek Fisher doesn't do it for me as head coach. And that roster in New York is atrocious. I can see Melo in Chicago and the lineup would look like this,

PG: Derrick Rose
SG: Jimmy Butler
SF: Carmelo Anthony
PF: Taj Gibson
C: Joakim Noah!

Damn!!! That lineup will easily compete with Miami in the East!





@Midwest - Wish you were the Bulls GM

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(06-11-2014 02:55 PM)Brosemite Wrote:  
(06-11-2014 12:38 PM)MY DETROIT PLAYAS Wrote:  
(06-11-2014 12:11 PM)JoyStick Wrote:  What do ya'll think of the signing of Derek Fisher as head coach of the Knicks?!

Seems that transforming players into coaches RIGHT OUT of uniform or just 0 experience is en vogue right now

Mark Jackson
Jason Kidd
Steve Kerr
Derek Fisher

I think his learning curve will be very steep. Melo doesn't seem to want to come back, Amare' is way past it (OVERPAID), and then the excruciatingly painful contract of JR Smith (demanding to be a starter - Gasp! SURPRISE!!!)
Fish won't get a lot done for a couple years. Hopefully management is patient with him and the team's growth.

Prediction: He will take the arrows and slings while they are rebuilding, only to be replaced by a new coach who will then get the credit for the Knicks resurgence.

Stay Tuned

^^ Much like Mark Jackson with Warriors?

Exactly like Mark Jackson

Unfortunately/Fortunately management now requires you to have a "sunny disposition" and "feel good demeanor" instead of just putting up "W's" AND getting your time to the playoffs as a HC...

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(06-11-2014 02:51 PM)kosko Wrote:  
(06-11-2014 12:38 PM)MY DETROIT PLAYAS Wrote:  
(06-11-2014 12:11 PM)JoyStick Wrote:  What do ya'll think of the signing of Derek Fisher as head coach of the Knicks?!

Seems that transforming players into coaches RIGHT OUT of uniform or just 0 experience is en vogue right now

Mark Jackson
Jason Kidd
Steve Kerr
Derek Fisher

I think his learning curve will be very steep. Melo doesn't seem to want to come back, Amare' is way past it (OVERPAID), and then the excruciatingly painful contract of JR Smith (demanding to be a starter - Gasp! SURPRISE!!!)
Fish won't get a lot done for a couple years. Hopefully management is patient with him and the team's growth.

Prediction: He will take the arrows and slings while they are rebuilding, only to be replaced by a new coach who will then get the credit for the Knicks resurgence.

Stay Tuned

What's worse about this trend is the top level assistants needed behind the scenes to make things function. Your getting head coach worthy guys whom have to do the rump work here with these guys. Yeah they don't have to face the scrutiny of the fans and press but they also aren't getting $25 million like Derek Fisher is either. All the 'X's and 'O's are crafted by these assistants, it would be frustrating for dudes like Patrick Ewing whom has been doing things the old school way by working up the assistant coach food chain to have players whom are below you skill wise get Head Coach jobs out the gate.

I couldn't agree more. Ewing was the first guy to come to mind for me too

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I was playing pick-up at lunch today and had this guy that was just slapping the hell out of my arms on drives, reaching in the post, and wrapping me up when I beat him with footwork near the rim. The guy was a bit smaller and weaker than me so I didn't really want to call the foul because it was just pick-up (you can't foul out... ball goes up top to check in) and I was in good scoring position. So what am I supposed to do but fight through it. I started basically pushing off when ever he would try to reach or wrap me up and the guy started barking "push off again and I'll punch you in the face"! What in the hell? Did he not know that he was fouling me on every possession? Who gets pissed off like that when they are already playing dirty?

(06-10-2014 10:45 PM)JayMillz Wrote:  Spurs almost blew another game by allowing the Heat to cut it to 7. Tony Parker hurts the team sometimes by over dribbling. I'd like to see Mills get more minutes. The Spurs have to do a better job of covering Lewis going forward. Much better defense and shooting by the Spurs. The Spurs have to have a do or die mentality Thursday.

I love Tony, but the Spurs lose (and only lose) when he thinks he can pull some hero ball out of the tank. Yes, he can beat most of his defenders 1-on-1, but the way the Heat defend, there will be two guys waiting at the rim. The minute Tony stops moving the ball or stalling the system is when the Heat start winning.
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They just need Darko and it'll be the first five drafted from the '03 draft.
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Lueol Deng seems like a great fit for the Spurs next year. He'll help them to another 60 wins...
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(06-11-2014 05:54 PM)ddjembe mutombo Wrote:  Pick-up related (Off-topic to NBA):

I was playing pick-up at lunch today and had this guy that was just slapping the hell out of my arms on drives, reaching in the post, and wrapping me up when I beat him with footwork near the rim. The guy was a bit smaller and weaker than me so I didn't really want to call the foul because it was just pick-up (you can't foul out... ball goes up top to check in) and I was in good scoring position. So what am I supposed to do but fight through it. I started basically pushing off when ever he would try to reach or wrap me up and the guy started barking "push off again and I'll punch you in the face"! What in the hell? Did he not know that he was fouling me on every possession? Who gets pissed off like that when they are already playing dirty?

Yea Ive been there many times. You can push off hard aslong as you don't extend your arm. so basically bring up your elbow and keep you forearm at 90degree angle. Besides I would just be like BITCH your fouling/riding me the whole way and I'm not calling foul. That's how fights happen though. He is pretty much threating you to punch you in the face already so he probably wants to start a fight.

So what did you wind up doing?
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(06-11-2014 05:54 PM)ddjembe mutombo Wrote:  Pick-up related (Off-topic to NBA):

I was playing pick-up at lunch today and had this guy that was just slapping the hell out of my arms on drives, reaching in the post, and wrapping me up when I beat him with footwork near the rim. The guy was a bit smaller and weaker than me so I didn't really want to call the foul because it was just pick-up (you can't foul out... ball goes up top to check in) and I was in good scoring position. So what am I supposed to do but fight through it. I started basically pushing off when ever he would try to reach or wrap me up and the guy started barking "push off again and I'll punch you in the face"! What in the hell? Did he not know that he was fouling me on every possession? Who gets pissed off like that when they are already playing dirty?

I like to inoculate myself from this by calling it out immediately. Depends how humorous I'm feeling or how egregious the fouling is, I respond with a joke or something more serious.

If I want to take a jab at him, I've said 'damn, you gotta foul me, I guess I'm too much of a beast,' or 'pickup hack-a-shaq, I've never seen that before. Do I get free throws?' Also: 'Can we call flagrants?'

More often though, I'm not feeling so cheeky and just say 'yo calm down, we're just playing for fun here.'

In this case, after he said 'I'm gonna punch you in the face,' I would have smiled and said 'can't take a little contact after you've been fouling the shit out of me?'
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I don't call fouls on offense as a matter of principle. I also play Bruce Bowen defense however, mr scissorhands.

If people get too intense, I go into mamba mode.

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