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    You know, you show a little bit of skepticism, and its like the whole place comes down on you. But I prefer to see things with my own eyes, in game situations. I don't blindly trust in TPTB, or listen to other's testimonials or watch their stupid highlight videos.

    But tonight, boy, I got to tell you. I was impressed. I have no problem admitting that I really, really, really like that new floor. Looked like crap before, but watching games on TV, the contrast really helps in seeing the action, and I think it works out great! Way to go Larry!















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    Had me fooled.

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    Good one...but can someone fill me in on TPTB? I must have missed that...

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    Good for you Kegboy

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    Good one...but can someone fill me in on TPTB? I must have missed that...
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    I like The Pacers Top Brass better.

    I don't care if it's wrong.

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    The Powers That Be.

    I called Grace in the 1st quarter and said, "Boy I hope Cabbage has a good game so I can post this."

    He looked pretty good in the 4th, until I remembered that he was playing with starters against a bad team's scrubs in a preseason game.
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    I called Grace in the 1st quarter and said, "Boy I hope Cabbage has a good game so I can post this."

    He looked pretty good in the 4th, until I remembered that he was playing with starters against a bad team's scrubs in a preseason game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kegboy
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    The Powers That Be.

    I called Grace in the 1st quarter and said, "Boy I hope Cabbage has a good game so I can post this."

    He looked pretty good in the 4th, until I remembered that he was playing with starters against a bad team's scrubs in a preseason game.
    Well, he was playing against that rookie Williams, who should be a pretty good backup for the Jazz this year. Considering Sarunas is also a backup, I felt good about it.
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    While you are admitting stuff, want to admit Primoz sucks, too?
    Don't ask Marvin Harrison what he did during the bye week. "Batman never told where the Bat Cave is," he explained.

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    While you are admitting stuff, want to admit Primoz sucks, too?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Suaveness
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    While you are admitting stuff, want to admit Primoz sucks, too?
    Isn't that kind of like admitting that fire is hot?
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    I don't lie.
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    Don't ask Marvin Harrison what he did during the bye week. "Batman never told where the Bat Cave is," he explained.

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    Isn't that kind of like admitting that fire is hot?
    Pretty much.
    Don't ask Marvin Harrison what he did during the bye week. "Batman never told where the Bat Cave is," he explained.

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    Um gee, I dunno....How many more 5's gotta go by the wayside before some realize that we could use Primoz. He's developing and will eventually be another Rik Smits quality player.


    While I'm at it, I notice the Sara's bandwagon is starting to fill up and I want it on record that I was the first to compare him to Jason Kidd....leadership, ball handling, court awareness, and ability to fill it up when needed. Learn a little defense and the kid will be All-star calibre material.





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    I always assumed it was The Pacers Top Brass, that is WAY tighter.

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    Chalk this up to preseason rose colored glasses. It happens every year about this time. We fall in love with somebody or another, get religion, and then stop going to church once the regular season starts. I didn't see him or the floor, but heard he did well; still haven't seen that floor. It's good for Saras to get this under his belt and will raise his confidence. I hope he's the second coming of sliced bread, but let's check again in about a month.
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