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2012 NBA Playoffs: (1) San Antonio vs. (8) Utah - Page 3
I am impressed with the Spurs FO by getting Jackson, Diaw, and Mills, not to mention the trade that brought in Kawhi Leonard. These were great pickups!
Few on this board, including myself, wanted an overweight Diaw who Silas quit playing. He started the game against Utah, and played 28 or so minutes.
Yes, I know Vnzla81 you wanted him.
That's how you saw his end in Charlotte? I saw it as him egregiously bailing out on his team, getting bought out, and giving a once he was on a good team. I don't want punks like him on my team. He's a total loser in my book for his blatant and shameless lack of conditioning and effort until he got to hand-pick his destination. And I say all of that after being a very vocal supporter of bringing in Diaw during this last off-season.
Edit: Also, if I had to pick between Diaw and Barbosa on this team, it's Barbosa every time. He actually looks like he cares out there.
Re: 2012 NBA Playoffs: (1) San Antonio vs. (8) Utah
Hoping the games are closer on the Jazz home floor. One of the best home court advantages in the league. During the Jazz playoff push, though, they got the Spurs at home with the Spurs sitting their big three and only won by 7, having to come from behind in the 4th quarter. It's looking like a sweep.
This series is almost as bad as Heat/Knicks. I would rather have seen more Steve Nash.
i love it personally. the Suns were an extremely flawed team. they didn't have a single advantage vs. the Spurs. they'd lose by 20-30 points every night. Nash vs. Parker may be fun in a vacuum but in that environment it's an insult to Nash.
One final embarrassment at the hands of the Spurs to end Nash's career in Phoenix. I can live without that.
Now the Jazz on the other hand, at least they have insane amount of talent in the post. There's something to watch. The Spurs are rolling regardless, which is an indication of their awesomeness. At least you know you are watching an awesome versatile team killing a pretty good team that was supposed to cause them problems, rather than facepalm at Rob Sarver's ownership every game.