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    Re: NBA playoffs

    Yea. Kwame blew it. Game 6. Lakers lead by 3 with 5 seconds left Nash I think shoots and misses. They tip the ball out to Tim Thomas (There Center) and Kwame is on him. Tim throws up a shot and cashs it to tie the game. Now if Kwame was smart he would have fouled Thomas and sent him to the line to shoot TWO free throws to at worst for Lakers break the lead to 1pt. Lakers would have won. God I hope the Lakers get KG!

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    Re: NBA playoffs

    Quote Originally Posted by AvengerRam
    This just in...

    Shaq's not quite done yet (Game 6: 30 points, 20 rebounds, 5 assists, 2 blocks)
    Not done, but he's going to have to pick it up and stay out of foul trouble the rest of the way against NJ.

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    Re: NBA playoffs

    Apparently, if Shaq looks at an opposing player, its a foul.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AvengerRam
    Apparently, if Shaq looks at an opposing player, its a foul.
    Maybe he can get some advice from the Sarge on using his peripheral vision. Whatever it takes, because Shaq on the bench is not going to get it done for the Heat.

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    Re: NBA playoffs

    Quote Originally Posted by AvengerRam
    Apparently, if Shaq looks at an opposing player, its a foul.
    Its not as bad as playing Kobe against Raja Bell. Kobe will touch Raja with his elbow and Raja flops like a little ... You fill in the blank.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RamsFan16
    Its not as bad as playing Kobe against Raja Bell. Kobe will touch Raja with his elbow and Raja flops like a little ... You fill in the blank.
    Kobe "touched" a lot of guys with his elbows, often drawing blood. No one has to worry about those flailing elbows any more this season.

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    Re: NBA playoffs

    Karl Malone taught him well.lol

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    Re: NBA playoffs

    There's a team out there that no one is really talking about yet but they just served notice last night.

    Watch out for new jersey. If Nash is that much better than Kidd, I must be watching the wrong games because to me Jason Kidd is the best PG in the game.

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    Kidd's problem is that he's very hot and cold with his outside shot. Last night, he killed the Heat with his jumper (and Shaq being hit with two fouls in the first ten minutes didn't help). Other days, he throws up bricks.

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    Re: NBA playoffs

    Quote Originally Posted by txramsfan
    If Nash is that much better than Kidd, I must be watching the wrong games because to me Jason Kidd is the best PG in the game.
    You must be watching the wrong games because Steve Nash is nothing short of amazing and not only the best PG in the game, but the best all around player in the game, period.

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    Re: NBA playoffs

    Quote Originally Posted by r8rh8rmike
    You must be watching the wrong games because Steve Nash is nothing short of amazing and not only the best PG in the game, but the best all around player in the game, period.
    and hes also canadian so...hes better? :tongue:

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    Re: NBA playoffs

    Well, it wasn't necessarily meant as a slam to Nash but as a comparison of the same talent between Nash and Kidd.

    Both are excellent PG's and they prove it year in and out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by txramsfan
    Well, it wasn't necessarily meant as a slam to Nash but as a comparison of the same talent between Nash and Kidd.

    Both are excellent PG's and they prove it year in and out.
    No doubt Kidd is an excellent PG, but Nash is on a different level IMO as an overall superior talent and a guy that can kill you in so many ways. He's not a back to back MVP for nothing. Simply the best.

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    Re: NBA playoffs

    I'm fortunate to where I go to every Spurs game (a buddy of mine is in charge of the hard drive division at Dell), 7th row behind the goal where the Spurs come out. This series between the Mavs and Spurs is going to be fun.

    Look for me tonight....lol

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    Re: NBA playoffs

    Well, my Heat got back on track tonight!

    Let's Go HEAT!!!!

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