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From britannica.com

Quote:Bodhisattva, (Sanskrit), Pali bodhisatta (“one whose goal is awakening”),

“That sig BTW is a very asinine anti-family anti-parent quote. You live in a country where 40% of children grow up without a biological father, yet somehow “the greatest burden a child must bear is the unlived life of its parents”? Sorry but this is fruity Boomer nonsense.”

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(06-08-2019 12:47 PM)la bodhisattva Wrote:  GS is the biggest bunch of sjws in the NBA. From ownership to staff to players.

Speaking of ownership, Draymond Green had the temerity to demand owners of teams be called something else because it hurt his wittle feelings because he can't get over an institution that has been abolished for 154 years and the nation has been apologizing and trying to make up for over the last 60 years. This is a man who makes 16.4 million dollars a year. He is an inarticulate, illiterate thug with zero skills that would benefit the greater society. And he makes 16x more in a year than most Americans make in their lives.

Combine that with baby back bitch Durant, the professed family man Christian who acts like a petulant sjw faggot that is Steph Curry, the virtue-signaling coattail rider Kerr, and the Silicon Valley fanbase who previously couldn't give a fuck about the team until six years and you have a recipe for the most easily antagonistic team in the NBA.

Anyone know Kawhi Leonard's politics? Nope, because he doesn't use his platform as an athlete as a pulpit.

It would do the NBA a lot of good to have Kawhi Leonard become the face of the league. He's a stoic, no nonsense, low key guy who just goes out and takes care of his business. I used to be a huge NBA fan back in the 80s and 90s but once they started pushing all Lakers all the time with the Shaq, Kobe and Phil Jackson drama show and then these cults of personality with fools like LeBron James and Steph Curry along with virtue signalling coaches like Kerr and Popovich they lost me. Kawhi and the Raptors in general are a throw back to a better time in the NBA with their style of play and their on and off the court demeanor.

Kyle Lowry showed some serious restraint in not going after that idiot minority owner of the Warriors who physically assaulted him and cussed at him. How much do you want to bet that this Mark Stevens dbag, Silicon Valley billionaire, is a typical SJW that you find in these circles? It is really nice to see the Warriors and their 3 point pussy ball style being ripped apart by some old school basketball. Lets hope the Raptors can get this done on Monday night.
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Durant isn’t coming back any time soon. He is likely headed to the knicks in the offseason . It’s good to see the raptors doing good. If they win does Kawhi come back to try to build a dynasty here, or does he go to the clippers or somewhere else?

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I do like Durant, Curry, and Green as players, but off the court is a whole other issue. Like most of the NBA, they're all social justice progressive bitches, but for generations have also been lied to their whole lives and used as cattle for those issues (until they were replaced with the homosexual).

It's "smart" people like Kerr and Popovich that should know better. Pop's parents are Serbian/Croatian, and obviously didn't bring him up with American values while Kerr grew up in Lebanon with his dad getting killed by the Islamic Jihad.

At least Curry denied the moon landings.

With Warriors down 3-1 it would benefit Durant more to stay on the bench, watch his fellow starting teammate for 7 years Serge Ibaka win a title, and get healthy for when he leaves Golden State.

Random NBA fact: 5 of the top 8 players on the 54-28 2006 Suns ended up winning rings:
- Leandro Barbosa (2015), Boris Diaw (2014), James Jones (2016, 2013, 2012), Shawn Marion (2011), Eddie House (2008)
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(06-08-2019 04:18 PM)Jones Wrote:  Random NBA fact: 5 of the top 8 players on the 54-28 2006 Suns ended up winning rings:
- Leandro Barbosa (2015), Boris Diaw (2014), James Jones (2016, 2013, 2012), Shawn Marion (2011), Eddie House (2008)

They also had 3 all stars. Nash, Marion and Amare. Just shows how much of a Dunce coach D'antoni is.
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I’m rooting hard for the Raptors, because I’m tired of the Warriors. I’m rooting for Kawaii against the team that injured him.

But I do not want to see a Raptor dynasty if they are going to do “load management “ and continue to rest a healthy Kawaii for a third of the season.
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(06-08-2019 05:21 PM)Kish Wrote:  
(06-08-2019 04:18 PM)Jones Wrote:  Random NBA fact: 5 of the top 8 players on the 54-28 2006 Suns ended up winning rings:
- Leandro Barbosa (2015), Boris Diaw (2014), James Jones (2016, 2013, 2012), Shawn Marion (2011), Eddie House (2008)

They also had 3 all stars. Nash, Marion and Amare. Just shows how much of a Dunce coach D'antoni is.

"[Duncan] is the ultimate winner, and that's why they're so good....I hate saying it, but he's the best player in the game" - Mike D'Antoni about Tim Duncan after the 2005 Finals, when Nash was the MVP.

An offensive genius, there's other reasons they never won a title:

An cheap owner

Joe Johnson breaking his face in the '05 playoffs (lost C.F. to Spurs 4-1)

Amar'e's knees ruining '06 (lost to Mavs 4-2 in C.F.)

Tim Donaghy reffing +suspensions of Amar'e/Diaw in Game 3 in '07, lost 4-2 to Spurs (would have faced Jazz, then Cavs)

Jason Richardson not boxing out Ron Artest's winner in Game 5, 2010 C.F. (series tied 2-2)
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100% serious here. Basketball is one of those sports where a good highschool men's team could beat a wnba team.
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(06-10-2019 02:02 AM)extremely bainful Wrote:  100% serious here. Basketball is one of those sports where a good highschool men's team could beat a wnba team.

Are there any sports this isn't true for?

“That sig BTW is a very asinine anti-family anti-parent quote. You live in a country where 40% of children grow up without a biological father, yet somehow “the greatest burden a child must bear is the unlived life of its parents”? Sorry but this is fruity Boomer nonsense.”

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Nastia Luikin and Shawn Johnson agree. However, their incredulity seems has to been somewhat disingenuous. No way a lifelong gymnast would actually need video evidence to prove her male counterpart, not even "peer" in the Olympian sense, but just a male gymnast, is infinitely better at skills they don't even practice.

I will concede women are generally more flexible, but so what.
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Looks like Durant is back. Toronto needs to close out tonight while hes probably not yet at 100% strength. If they dont they are in trouble I think. .
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I am 100% behind Toronto tonight. Not only for the idiotic political GSW bandwagon fans, but also because of this monopoly they make, I mean, Curry, Thompson, Green, Durant and Cousins? Please! It's late as hell here but I'll try to watch it. GO RAPS!

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Eh, the way the Raptors fans were acting this evening, I am glad the Warriors stepped up and stole the game. The fans went nuts when Durant reinjured his leg and needed the Raptors players to quiet them down.

Then a few minutes before the game ended and the Raptors winning, the fans were going nuts like the game was over and the Raptors had won, just for the splash brothers to go on a run and steal the game by a point.

Don't get me wrong, the Raptors have the edge obviously being up 3-2 and with Durant questionable or probably out at this point, but I'm glad the warriors won this game.


He is done for the playoffs and likely much of next season. The Knicks will still give him a max deal, as they are the knicks and watch KD go to the knicks and he spends much of the next 4 years injured and having fans and press giving him a hard time over it.

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Yup bad move to force himself to play. Should've took a page in kawhi's playbook and rested till he was fully ready.
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In regards to KD, you definitely have to wonder if the current climate of the toxic sports social media world got into the Warriors bubble. Media was nearly demanding he come back and play to the point of running dubious stories of how he was close to coming back but never actually was. KD actually reads the junk and maybe for influenced, who knows.

He rushed back to our his body and career on the line for some billionaires who own the team. KD should of sat out within his career as the first thing on his mind, his teammates would not have mind if be was honest with them there be wasn't feeling all that close.

This won't end well for him and it is sad because this guy just wants to ball like all too many.

Now in regards to the Toronto fans, no need for other fans to get preachy, evrey other arena would have jeered him aside from Utah. I find it hard to believe nasty places that have called players racial slurs such as Boston would have done the same. I also blame the media as they typecasted KD as a Villian to Toronto all series long.

Overall with the game I'm not surprised. For how bad the Raptors performed they could have lost by a larger margin. GSW still can't dominate this team. Raptors for GSW best shot and the new lesson learned is last minute adjustments and poise. After game 2 Raptors learned from the 3rd quarter collapse to allow the big 18 point run, now last night they will learn how to close out a game properly as many lapses and goofy again and decisions cost them the game. This is another rest towards their goal. I expect them to come back in good form on Thursday.

.... Note.... Sikams game all night posses me off, lots of uselesr possessions he was a primary part of.
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We can watch the full game from anywhere? I couldnt find it Sad
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Agree 100% on KD sitting this series out. He risked his health for billionaires, so that millionaires could cheer when he got hurt.

There's nasty fans everywhere, but Canadian fans are different - at WWE shows, they always boo the bad guys, cheer the good guys.

Many "fans" at that high priced game for elites aren't fans - they have to win, regardless of casualties, for they paid a high price to be there.

A lot of fans who went to that game don't care about the players. An entertaining live action tv show, it's all about their experience, not the players.

Big difference between KD and Kawai: Kawai is not on social media. His reactions on the court are never talking trash or gloating but often humility and amusement.

That being said, KD was on his way to being the MVP last night, and spiritually, his injury and the fans reaction, had an impact on the Warrior's resiliency.

100% the Raps didn't match Golden State's great shooting performance, and that's part Golden State skill and Raptors bad shot defence.

Ibaka: Rap's best defender, shot 5-8, only saw 17 min.
Gasol: 4-6 FG, 7-8 FT's, 17-8-2, great night.
VanVleet: Offensively good but worst defender. Cost them 4 points by fouling Curry 3's.
Kawai: 26-12-6, 2 steals, 2 blocks but 9-24 FG, 6-8 FT's, 2-7 3's, 5 TO's, not good enough from your team MVP.
Siakam: Not a good night: 6-15 FG, 0-4 3's 2 TO's.
Green: 4 pts, 5 reb, 33 min, sub-par defence, almost exclusively shoots 3's, missed all 4.

Where I see the game being decided: Free Throws: 21-27 Raptors
10-14 Warriors

So many crazy calls in that game, usually in the Raps favour.

3 blatant bad calls: Lowry not called fowling Klay's Corner 3, obvious travel by Kawai, + a moving screen by Boogie that never gets called.

Refs kept giving the Raptors chances but they screwed themselves out of a title.

Raptors still win this series though. A bad night equalled by an amazing Golden State performance.
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Oh Geez, I just read how now KD will probably just take the player option on his contract and sit out the next year and rehab. Or maybe he comes back just in time for the playoffs. The warriors would probably love that. But if he doesn't come back at all, then they hate it. So it goes. We don't know the severity of the injury yet, whether it will take 6 months or a year and a half to recover.

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(06-11-2019 12:16 PM)eradicator Wrote:  Oh Geez, I just read how now KD will probably just take the player option on his contract and sit out the next year and rehab. Or maybe he comes back just in time for the playoffs. The warriors would probably love that. But if he doesn't come back at all, then they hate it. So it goes. We don't know the severity of the injury yet, whether it will take 6 months or a year and a half to recover.

He may as well, he brought them 2 rings and sacrificed himself trying to come back. Could just take next season recovering and who knows, may even be ready in time for a limited comeback come next years playoffs.
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(06-08-2019 04:18 PM)Jones Wrote:  Random NBA fact: 5 of the top 8 players on the 54-28 2006 Suns ended up winning rings:
- Leandro Barbosa (2015), Boris Diaw (2014), James Jones (2016, 2013, 2012), Shawn Marion (2011), Eddie House (2008)

Funny thing about the Suns trading away Shawn Marion is it was a move made by none other than Steve Kerr....as great of a job as he's done coaching Golden State, his transactions with the Phoenix Suns were God Awful. I remember Marion was flying all over the place & had the # of a division rival being the Lakers whom never seemed to have an answer for him.

(06-08-2019 06:49 PM)Rotten Wrote:  I’m rooting hard for the Raptors, because I’m tired of the Warriors. I’m rooting for Kawaii against the team that injured him.

But I do not want to see a Raptor nasty if they are going to do “load management “ and continue to rest a healthy Kawaii for a third of the season.

Likewise...but the load management made sense since Leonard was coming back from injuries in the last couple seasons. No *asterisks* if the Raptors win bc GSW benefited off of Varejao, Love, and Irving being hurt in 2015 not to mention knocking Leonard out of that playoff series in 2017.

(06-11-2019 06:39 AM)kosko Wrote:  In regards to KD, you definitely have to wonder if the current climate of the toxic sports social media world got into the Warriors bubble. Media was nearly demanding he come back and play to the point of running dubious stories of how he was close to coming back but never actually was. KD actually reads the junk and maybe for influenced, who knows.

He rushed back to our his body and career on the line for some billionaires who own the team. KD should of sat out within his career as the first thing on his mind, his teammates would not have mind if be was honest with them there be wasn't feeling all that close.

This won't end well for him and it is sad because this guy just wants to ball like all too many.

Now in regards to the Toronto fans, no need for other fans to get preachy, evrey other arena would have jeered him aside from Utah. I find it hard to believe nasty places that have called players racial slurs such as Boston would have done the same. I also blame the media as they typecasted KD as a Villian to Toronto all series long.

You're bang on with this.

Throughout the season, management & players have questioned the intentions of KD all year with his pending UFA status...

With Thompson and Mooney playing through much less significant injuries, that added a bit more of a built in peer pressure fish bowl scenario stemming from management, coaches, team doctors, and especially fellow teammates that were supposedly "anxious" to get an answer from KD.

The whole "being the bigger man" didn't end well for KD in this situation as team doctors will likely take the fall despite being influenced by the whole organization from management, coaches, to players. I can only imagine there being many leaks heading into this offseason and next NBA year too.

I like how GSW is playing the whole "morality card" when a part owner pushed Lowry on top of the organization pushing KD back for another title....yeah yeah KD supposedly "wanted to come back & play" but I can sense there is more to that story which stems from team influences.

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(06-08-2019 04:18 PM)Jones Wrote:  I do like Durant, Curry, and Green as players, but off the court is a whole other issue. Like most of the NBA, they're all social justice progressive bitches, but for generations have also been lied to their whole lives and used as cattle for those issues (until they were replaced with the homosexual).

It's "smart" people like Kerr and Popovich that should know better. Pop's parents are Serbian/Croatian, and obviously didn't bring him up with American values while Kerr grew up in Lebanon with his dad getting killed by the Islamic Jihad.

At least Curry denied the moon landings.

With Warriors down 3-1 it would benefit Durant more to stay on the bench, watch his fellow starting teammate for 7 years Serge Ibaka win a title, and get healthy for when he leaves Golden State.

Random NBA fact: 5 of the top 8 players on the 54-28 2006 Suns ended up winning rings:
- Leandro Barbosa (2015), Boris Diaw (2014), James Jones (2016, 2013, 2012), Shawn Marion (2011), Eddie House (2008)

FYI Jones Kerr's dad was probably killed by the deep state, according to Kay Griggs, whose husband was a Marine colonel involved in special ops. Very long interview here:




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(06-11-2019 12:27 PM)Brosemite Wrote:  
(06-08-2019 04:18 PM)Jones Wrote:  Random NBA fact: 5 of the top 8 players on the 54-28 2006 Suns ended up winning rings:
- Leandro Barbosa (2015), Boris Diaw (2014), James Jones (2016, 2013, 2012), Shawn Marion (2011), Eddie House (2008)

Funny thing about the Suns trading away Shawn Marion is it was a move made by none other than Steve Kerr....as great of a job as he's done coaching Golden State, his transactions with the Phoenix Suns were God Awful. I remember Marion was flying all over the place & had the # of a division rival being the Lakers whom never seemed to have an answer for him.

Shawn Marion also was in an alpha dog battle with Stoudemire, and had asked to be traded before the season began.

"Shawn Marion reflects on time with Phoenix Suns, says..."

That trade did not work out for the Suns: they wanted to slow the game down with Shaq to match the playoff pace and have him matchup with Duncan - didn't happen, they lost in the first round to the Spurs.

911: That is 7 hours and 44 minutes long, holy moly, maybe if I was a pro-illegal immigrant like Steve Kerr who wanted to find out who shot my dad, fantastic stuff though, the comments, "Eddie Bravo was right. EYES WIDE"....I'll get around to it someday.
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Shannon basically sums it up the same way I did....




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Game 6 is tonight, right?
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