At Golden State November 14th, 10:30 PM

Discussion in 'November 2007' started by Dlev59, Nov 12, 2007.

  1. TaS

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    Golden State's announcers were unusually good I thought.

    They knew their stuff and brought up interesting stats.
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    You had to qualify it. :(

    Uhm, did you make it back for the comeback, friend?
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    I watched the whole comeback but I was still staying out of chat. Then I popped back in during the final minute to celebrate the win. I think we need a separate smiley for this.

    [sign]Bandwagon A$% Cat[/sign]

    :lol:
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    I'm in complete agreement with you on that.
  6. OLD SKOOL HQ

    OLD SKOOL HQ All-Star

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    Having Max start and bring Dyess off the bench....hmmmm?..:sssh: where I heard that b4????:MusicBigGrin:
  7. OLD SKOOL HQ

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    Roscoe qouted ALICIA KEYS? :pound::pound::pound:Next he'll e singing along to BizMarkee!!!

    THis game really slapped me in the face. So my qtr by qtr will be real wack today:

    1st QTR: All I kept saying was "typical-typical-typical!" I knew I saw the blow out coming with GSW having nothin 2 lose. We were lucky to be down 15-40, but watching Davis does remind me of me. I was WILD!!


    2nd qtr: My tirade on Rip begins. Maybe we can trade him for a 1st round pick and let Tay have his shots. It seems the league has him figured out. Is the baby keeping him up late? Lead is 22 .I just turned tv off. Will watch in the morning.....zzzzzzzzzz

    3rd qtr: Wondering why no babe shots in the crowd?(now i know...Mikhail swallowed them up!) Pistons go zone. "Dum-dum-dum..Great MOVE!!" 2 BONEHEAD PLAYS BY Ronald McHated! Warriors regain control..it seems.

    4th qtr: Sheed, Tay and Max take over. This game is so simple , aint it? Work through your bigs and u win games. The defense just wore GSW outt! I am very impressed. Two well coached games by Flip this year.

    I ma not happy with the motivation to start the game, but by fighting back as such, I am very enzyted about this win sans Chauncey and Dyess.

    THREE :cheers::cheers::cheers:: Sheed, Max and Tay

    THREE:doh::doh::doh:: ronald, Hayes and Rip


    good pix, Mikhail...


    6-2, not bad...thats a 61-21 season!
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    mikhail1973 All-Star Administrator 1x Fantasy Champion

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    Give Ronald a break, HQ. He had one of his better games as a Piston. 15 pts and 12 asst is nothing to sneeze at.
    :)
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    this was the best piston's win in awhile. i was sitting there getting frustrated again in the 1st half, but i did feel better about the game and our chances of winning than when we played portland, even though the deficit was far greater.

    we were terrible in the 1st half and flip murray got lit up by baron davis. davis is sweet though, and chauncey has trouble with him too. i'll give credit to saunders for appropriately adjusting in the 2nd half, playing zone and letting tay guard davis. murray did seem to be lost at times on this, wanting to guard davis when it was no longer his responsibility.

    the best part of this game was that we had 10 guys play around 10 or more minutes each, and we still came back from a 22-point deficit and won against a desperate, well-rested team.

    maxiell - 14 points, 14 rebounds, 5 assists, 3 blocks, 1 steal, making over 50% of his shots and free throws, including 2 in the clutch. only 3 fouls in 44 minutes. take away the few times he dribbled in the lane and got it swiped and he would've had a perfect game.

    sheed - unguardable.

    biedrins reminds me of amir in that they are both good at putting the ball in the hoop close to the basket, even though it doesn't always look all that pretty.
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    Imagine how I felt surrounded by the Warriors fans. That place sure is loud.
  11. TaS

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    Also, 6 of these games were on the road and most were against West coast teams... and starters have been out.
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    Yeah, but 82-0 looks better than 61-21.
    :stirthepot:
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    I don't know about Biedrins but AJ can knock em down from the elbow to the arc.

    :hoops:
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    I'm sure it purely a coincident, his words just sounded just like the lyrics of her new song...but then again, maybe he had the song on the background when he typed it in..:djparty:
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    Biedrins plays the whole game in the paint or within 3 feet of the hoop. I could have sworn on one of his hoops, that he came from out of bounds (maybe from sitting in the first row behind the hoop:)) received a pass and scored the basket.
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    mikhail1973 All-Star Administrator 1x Fantasy Champion

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    I saw that play. Wasn't sure where he came from because the view was blocked out by the hoop support.
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    HAAAAAAAAAAAAAA-chooooo!!!!:pound:
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    I don't listen to much music anymore. I'm really digging the sound of silence when I'm not immersed in rich media. :)

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