I have him in a keeper fantasy league, so I hope this becomes the new norm for him, but I have to be at least a little skeptical.
The poster "pacertom" since this forum began (and before!). I changed my name here to "Slick Pinkham" in honor of the imaginary player That Bobby "Slick" Leonard picked late in the 1971 ABA draft (true story!).
I'm (maybe) back after being repetedly banned, merely for supporting a different NFL team than do certain forum moderators.
I think it has more to do with Wall's injury. It takes a while to come back from a fractured kneecap and this is the first time he's had a chance to play with talent (since Kentucky).
He's been playing extremely well lately and was overdue for a big game like last night. I doubt he scores like that again.
The Wizards are now 22-16 after starting 4-28, by the way. If they maintained that pace for full season, they'd be 5th seed right now.
I think the Nuggets are the sleeper team in the West. The addition of Iguodala really improved their team.
The Lakers better watch their back. Dallas is getting very close to taking their playoff spot.
I wonder how Darren Collison feels about Mike James the journey man starting in front of him, while he is stuck as the 7th man. Grass isn't greener on the other side, he would have had a better season if he stayed in Indiana.
A lot of important games tonight. Rooting for Milwaukee, Raptors (vs. Atlanta) and Cleveland (vs. Boston)...
if they all win, the chances of an Indiana/NY/Milwaukee/Atlanta bracket go up significantly.
The Cavs just got screwed by the refs. The refs gave the Celtics the time needed to draw up a play with a pointless review. 2.1 secs left, no timeouts, then the Celts get gifted time to prepare.
Boston wins. Did the "timeout really" help? What was the review for?
I think it was for the time left, although the announcers said it was for last touch. They didn't change time and the touch was as obvious as it gets. Whichever it was, generally I can't blame the refs for trying to be 100% safe but in a case like this it hurts one side way too much and it looked unnecessary.
The Cavs basically stopped the Celtics on their final play, deflected the ball out of bounds, 2 seconds left, the Celtics look clueless, and then they get a break and execute a beautiful out of bounds play to win.
I think the bulls are trying to hurt Lebron lol
Lebron trying to hurt Boozer lol
Reffs are trying to give Miami this game.
You think ESPN regrets switching the game now?
There is no NBA player named Monte Ellis.
Hinrich (Sp?) just made Bosh his Beyotch.
Boozer is still an idiot.
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Luol Deng finishes with 28 points, seven rebounds and five assists. Carlos Boozer had 21 points and 17 rebs. The veterans showed up tonight.