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    I think I could score 10pts on the Lakers. I am only half joking. Terrible dfenesive personal and terrible concepts.

    Bobcats are getting so many layups

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    Karl Malone interview during the Warriors@Jazz game. He's a moron.

    Alec Burks is pretty good. I like him.

    Oh, yeah, and Curry is beast.
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    Karl Malone interview during the Warriors@Jazz game. He's a moron.

    Alec Burks is pretty good. I like him.

    Oh, yeah, and Curry is beast.
    I have always loved Burks. He had a bad start to the season. He has had a solid few months after that. He is hard to guard off the dribble.

    This night cap is all kinds of fun both teams really competing.I wish every game was like this.

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    I guess someone told the jazz coach Burks should be playing instead of Jefferson.

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    2014 Jazz=2011 Pacers. Corbin=Jim O'Brien.

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    In case anyone missed, Terrence Ross's submission for dunk of the year:


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    I like these graphs but this one is way too superficial, just PER and minutes per game. They'd have to consider flaws of the PER stat, missed games, team performance. Also, minutes per game is a factor, but in this graph it's basically as important as actual performance, which is ridiculous.

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    Dirk just continues to amaze. I wish that Dallas supporting cast was just a little bit better.

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    I guess someone told the jazz coach Burks should be playing instead of Jefferson.
    It is hilarious how miss used he has been in Utah they did the same thing with Hayward. I don't like Corbin at all he and Casey in Toronto are awful with rotations IMO. How Corbin has used that FC the past few years has been even worse.

    The way he Yo-Ys players around is just bad for the team.

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    2014 Jazz=2011 Pacers. Corbin=Jim O'Brien.
    Jeff Hornacek = Vogel
    Too bad they let him go to the Suns.

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    Andre Drummond had 22 points 14 rebounds and 5 blocks in just 23 minutes tonight vs the Sixers. If that guy learns how to shoot free throws at a clip that isn't completely embarrassing he isn't going to be missing many more All-Star Games.

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    Andre Drummond had 22 points 14 rebounds and 5 blocks in just 23 minutes tonight vs the Sixers. If that guy learns how to shoot free throws at a clip that isn't completely embarrassing he isn't going to be missing many more All-Star Games.
    His offensive rebound rate is beyond absurd. He's got 13 more than Deandre Jordan (#2 on the list) in 4 less games, and he's got 56 (56!) more than #3 robin Lopez.
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    His offensive rebound rate is beyond absurd. He's got 13 more than Deandre Jordan (#2) on the list in 4 less games, and he's got 56 (56!) more than #3 robin Lopez.
    I honestly haven't gotten to watch him play much, the Pistons are blacked out on League Pass and I don't care enough to hunt down whatever the local Fox Sports station is that carries their games locally. If they start playing better, I might have to catch a few.

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    I honestly haven't gotten to watch him play much, the Pistons are blacked out on League Pass and I don't care enough to hunt down whatever the local Fox Sports station is that carries their games locally. If they start playing better, I might have to catch a few.
    They won't. It's worth it just to watch Andre play, though. He's currently having the 12th best season ever (best in the last 20 years) on the offensive glass and he's only 20 years old. He's already grabbing them at a higher rate than Ben Wallace ever did.

    If he ever gets better at boxing out, he'll grab 17-18 a game in his prime.
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    I'll tell you what, I know the Knicks suck this year and have made some terrible moves, but they made a nice move by drafting Tim Hardaway Jr. He is a nice piece for their future and can be a very good role player on a good team
    Welcome back George Hill!

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    These are the dog days of the season guys, the Wiz beat the Thunder by double digits, **** happens. The Pacers may be struggling by most standards but they're still winning more games than losing atm.
    "It's just unfortunate that we've been penalized so much this year and nothing has happened to the Pistons, the Palace or the city of Detroit," he said. "It's almost like it's always our fault. The league knows it. They should be ashamed of themselves to let the security be as lax as it is around here."

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    I'll tell you what, I know the Knicks suck this year and have made some terrible moves, but they made a nice move by drafting Tim Hardaway Jr. He is a nice piece for their future and can be a very good role player on a good team
    I agree. The Pacers dropped the ball when they drafted Solo over Hardaway Jr. I would have loved to see Hardaway Jr. play for the Pacers just like his father.

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    Hardaway Jr is who I wanted us to draft the whole time. I was so pissed when we passed on him.

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    Hardaway Jr. has been great. I'm not sure it would have made much of a difference had we drafted him though--he wouldn't be seeing any minutes on this team, not with Granger back. Plus I've learned not to mock Bird's draft picks too much--Plumlee looked like a dud and now he's a key cog on a Phoenix team that steamrolled us twice and is squarely in the playoff hunt out West. In time, Solo may very well pan out.

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    Hardaway Jr. has been great. I'm not sure it would have made much of a difference had we drafted him though--he wouldn't be seeing any minutes on this team, not with Granger back. Plus I've learned not to mock Bird's draft picks too much--Plumlee looked like a dud and now he's a key cog on a Phoenix team that steamrolled us twice and is squarely in the playoff hunt out West. In time, Solo may very well pan out.
    Bird did pick Hansborough. Usually flawless, but not infallible. Hill may end up being a good pick, so we'll see. I liked Hardaway Jr, but several other guys too. Plus, OJ played great last year. Inconsistent minutes has meant he's had a sophmore slump. OJ will do just fine though next season with more minutes.
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    I agree. The Pacers dropped the ball when they drafted Solo over Hardaway Jr. I would have loved to see Hardaway Jr. play for the Pacers just like his father.
    Between his game, work ethic, and college experience, I was shocked the Pacers DIDN'T draft Hardaway. His game ans his character fit our team perfectly. But oh well, who knows what Solo Hill may end up doing next year.

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    It's easy to say Solo was the wrong choice now. I have a feeling minds will change over the next 2 seasons.

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    It's easy to say Solo was the wrong choice now. I have a feeling minds will change over the next 2 seasons.
    Or when we trade him, Copeland,and a pick to the Hawks for Korver and he turns out all Plumlee for them....
    Then we get the "I sort of regret trading him".

    BTW I am not saying this will happen.

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    Chad Ford says this is going to be an "epic" trade deadline. So the big move'll be Spencer Hawes for Jason Terry and a pick or something.

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