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    16, 7 and 4 from CWebb tonight in his first start. Liked what I saw from him.

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    The word dagger is used way too much. A dagger is a shot that wins a game - not push the game into a second OT. A dagger is a killer. The ESPN announcer used the word dagger when James hit the shot and clearly it wasn't the dagger

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    Our beloved Danny Granger is featured in one of the new nba famous quote commercials, the ones with the choir music in the background. Sadly hes the one getting posterized by Luke Ridnour at the buzzer

    Anyone else see this?

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    The word dagger is used way too much. A dagger is a shot that wins a game - not push the game into a second OT. A dagger is a killer. The ESPN announcer used the word dagger when James hit the shot and clearly it wasn't the dagger
    He used it again when billups tied the game. That was funny.

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    BTW Nazr Mohammed was inactive tonight. I think Joe found a deal for him.

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    Since when did Reggie Evans develop an offensive game? Or is Z's defense that terrible?
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    Apparently Houston has offered Bonzi wells for Nazr Mohammed, and they're waiting on Joe's reply.

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    Ooohhhhh now that was sweet. Nice pass by Iverson and nice finish by Smith.
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    Apparently Houston has offered Bonzi wells for Nazr Mohammed, and they're waiting on Joe's reply.
    Pray that this doesn't backfire.

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    EH, I'm not sure I'd even want Bonzi Wells.

    The only reason I can think of to want him is that he's on a 1-year deal.

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    The worst thing about being a Bulls fan: That annoying bell they play every time Ben Wallace blocks a shot. Not quite as annoying as when the Shock play "Money, money, money, money" every time Swin Cash gets a basket.

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    Darrell Armstrong was in a dunk contest. Wow. I didn't know that.

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    The Heat are currently up 31-5 on the Knicks. We lost to them two days ago.

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    40-12 after 1 quarter, WITHOUT Wade and still without Shaq.



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    the knicks cut it to 7 at one point.

    The heat had a 27-0 run. I didnt think that was even possible.

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    I think Kobe is gonna kill Radmanovic one day

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    LMAO Baron Davis keeps yelling at Harrington for getting lost on defense.

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    Al has 1 lousy rebound. 1.

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    A snippet from the GS/LAL game......

    Jasikevicius Turnover: Bad Pass (3 TO) Steal: Parker (2 ST) (0:26)

    [LAL 105-101] Bryant Free Throw 2 of 2 (41 PTS)(0:26)
    [LAL 104-101] Bryant Free Throw 1 of 2 (40 PTS)(0:26)
    Harrington Foul: Personal (5 PF) (0:44)

    Turiaf Rebound (Off:2 Def:3)
    (0:46)Jackson Jump Shot: Missed

    Seems their fitting in nicely....

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    West dominance continues. Suns drilling the Wizards in Washingtona nd Dallas is up 24 at Orlando

    The Suns and Mavs look like the two best teams by far. If those two teams stay healthy they both will win at least 65 games. Considering Mavs started 0-4 and the Suns were a few games under .500 also it is pretty amazing

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    Gilbert Arenas just let Steve Nash beat him to within an inch of his life. Maybe the worst defensive performance I've ever seen.

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    The Pacers now have only 6 returning players from last year's team.

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    Cavs lose again, Pistons win again...

    Webber keeps looking better and better. I'm really impressed with him.

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    Does everyone realize what type of run the Suns and Mavs are on.

    Suns started the season 1-5. Since then they've gone 33-3. At one point they were 3-6 since then they've gone 31-2 . And one of those two losses was at Dallas and the other one was at home to the Wizards 144-139

    The Mavs started the season 0-4. Since then they've gone 35-4 . Second week of December they lost 3 out of 5 games. take those 5 games out and they've gone 33-1.


    Amazing

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    Does everyone realize what type of run the Suns and Mavs are on.

    Suns started the season 1-5. Since then they've gone 33-3. At one point they were 3-6 since then they've gone 31-2 . And one of those two losses was at Dallas and the other one was at home to the Wizards 144-139

    The Mavs started the season 0-4. Since then they've gone 35-4 . Second week of December they lost 3 out of 5 games. take those 5 games out and they've gone 33-1.


    Amazing
    Both teams are over .800 right now. I know it's still early, but there has never been a season where two teams finished over .800.

    These teams are both playing historic basketball. Let's enjoy it.

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