San Antonio Spurs Feb. 19th, 8:00 PM

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  1. OLD SKOOL HQ

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    I still remember the night in the chat when me, BSA, D4E and Kimmie Lights(Aurora) had a real educational talk about hormonal activities.

    The Microwave wanted to beat us senseless! LOL

    To Barbara :beer: ummm ..more:cheers: more:beer:.....:smoke06:ahh!
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    I've mellowed out since. So have you. lol
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    Did you notice that she is 76 years old. Bless her heart I too and hope she is doing well....
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    Yeah, BSA and I talked a lot by PM. She was having some health problems before she stopped posting. I hope she's doing ok.
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    Those were the days, eh? For a team that was not successful in defending it's title, that team nearly died trying to... the effort and heart was just superb.

    I miss those days. :shout:
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    I sincerely believe LB will look back at this being his best work ever. Sigh!
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    LA Dre All-Star 1x Fantasy Champion Forum Donor

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    That was playoff win # 100 for LB as he surpassed Auerbach and has been stuck there since. His buddy Popovich was probably back at 68 when LB won his 100th, but has won 32 since then to tie him and barring an upset sweep in the first round will surpass him this season. Sloan has a chance too..


    All-Time Coaching Playoff Victories
    1. Phil Jackson - 186
    2. Pat Riley - 171
    3. Larry Brown - 100
    3. Gregg Popovich - 100
    5. Red Auerbach - 99
    6. Jerry Sloan - 94
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    Hey, you forget a very important word in your sentence. Ever.
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    Barkley is back in the TNT studio tonight...I hope we are not Turrible:sssh:
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    The Raptors beat these guys without Bosh or Calderon. Let's see if we can hold up
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    The knicks beat them in OT on Tuesday. Nate Robinson went one on one with tony. That is what we need AI to do tonight. HE has to be aggressive.
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    Bonner doesn't look like he'd be very good, but he is. Very efficient player.
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    Matt Bonner plays like a consistent Rasheed Wallace. He's made up his mind. Shoot nothing but threes and play with just enough intensity on D to force your coach to keep you on the floor. Bonner has Pop and Sheed has Curry, so . .
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    Bonner does what he is told, he gives his best effort and comes to play every night. He doesn't have a 10th of the talent Sheed has. But he works.

    Bummer loss. Good job by Curry at the end. Suck away your momentum with a wasted timeout, then allow Pop to adjust his defense.

    Was Curry coaching for the Spurs?
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    double digit losing streak is coming on GUYS!!!

    we are at 5 now
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    Why did Amir J not play at all?
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    It's official I'm on the I HATE MICHAEL CURRY BANDWAGON until he's fired. He was my least favorite Piston during the Teal years and now he's replaced Flip Saunders as my least favorite coach. What is going through his head besides a gerbil wheel spinning with the same old crappy rotations. I guess the new philosophy is just let A.I. be A.I. and throw up 30 shots a game. Stuckey is regressing now and who knows why but I don't enjoy watching this team.

    Someone talk me down from my ledge, what happened to Dee---troit Basketball? If I was one of the players that didn't even get a chance to play tonight I would be really discouraged. I'm very discouraged and I'm not even spending my hard earned money attending games, shame on you Michael Curry and Joe Dumars, the Piston fans deserve a better product.
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    I also want to know where are the other coaches. No wonder the teams sucks right now, MC is sucking the life out of them. You have four coaches on the bench....no one could have mentioned to clueless that a timeout is not needed. The player that misses CB the most (Sorry Rip) is Sheed. Look how the players returned to the bench when MC called the timeout. Joe has perpetrated a scam on the pistons community and we need to hold him accountable. We are not good in the 4th quarter because of brainpower and execution. That is the domain of the coach.
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    Lets recap that last sequence.

    Down 1, Iverson is on fire... what play does the moron coach run? A Sheed ISO 20 feet from the basket against Duncan, arguably the best defender in the league. He ends up taking a terrible contested jumper.

    Down 3, he goes to Iverson, who has never been even a decent three point shooter in his career.

    This just keeps getting better and better. It's like he got the plays mixed up for each situation.......... Unbelievable. :gaah::confused:

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