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Big 3 AND Pop going home and not participating in last 2 games. Wonderment. Coach Bud will take over.
Awesome. I honestly think we still have a shot at winning tonight and tomorrow even without them.
Goddamn...i wouldn't be surprised if they fine Pop if it turns out there was no family issue.
I guarantee that ESPN and TNT are pissed.
Utah is going to get $#@!ing face raped. Can't wait for the playoffs.
Sweet, the one game I can catch on TV and the big 3 are out.
I wish I was in town for a playoff game, when will the dates be decided?
Last edited by Rocko20; 04-25-2012 at 10:31 PM.
58-53, Spurs lead at the half.
I $#@!ing love how deep this team is.
Bonner the only Spurs player wearing white shoes. Makes him look even slower.
Can I have a gif of that butt-pass? Hahaha
Fans chanting "We Want Steve," he comes in the game and immediately turns the ball over. haha
And he immediately gets pulled. And now Cory Joseph hits a 3 to go up 102-96. awesome
Should be an interesting ending, here.
hahahahaha, what the $#@! was that?
Los Spurs gonna pop that cherry on the Jazz without a condom.
Good news, everyone! Spurs' first playoff game will be on Sunday.
Chicago, Miami and Oklahoma City will open the NBA playoffs Saturday, though their opponents are still to be determined.
Indiana also will host Orlando in its postseason opener Saturday, one of the few matchups that is set entering Thursday's final day of play.
The Bulls are the top seed in the Eastern Conference and will host either New York or Philadelphia. No. 2 Miami will face whichever of those teams finishes higher in the standings, with the Knicks holding the tiebreaker if they finish with the same record.
The Thunder, No. 2 in the West, will meet either NBA champion Dallas or Denver in the first round.
On Sunday, West top seed San Antonio opens against Utah, while the Lakers, the Pacific Division champs and No. 3 seed, get the Mavericks or Nuggets.
Boston-Atlanta and Memphis-Clippers also start Sunday, though home-court advantage for those series won't be known until Thursday night.
The full schedules will be released after Thursday's games.
Sorry why is that a good thing? Our guys are going to be as rested as anyone already, and this just means I can't get riproaringly drunk while watching.
I suppose that would be a pretty rough turnaround for the bench guys. Definitely want them fresh.
Amazingly, a win in the finale would give the Spurs 50 wins for the 13th consecutive season. More amazingly, perhaps, is that the Spurs will have turned the trick during a strike-shortened 66-game season. Currently, the Spurs share the record with the LA Lakers, who won 50 more more games for 12 straight seasons in the Magic-Kareem days. The Mavericks had a nice little 11-year string of 50+ win seasons but that has ended this year (Mavs currently have 36 wins and have one game remaining).
The Spurs would be going for their 15th consecutive 50-win season tonight if not for the strike-shortened 98-99 season when we won our first championship. That season teams played 50 games. The Spurs won 37 of those and applying our .740 win percentage that year would equate to winning 61 games in a regular 82-game season. The Spurs won 56 games in 97-98. Going back further, the Spurs have won 50+ games in 18 of 19 seasons and 20 of 23 since David Robinson joined the team in 89-90. The Spurs have missed the playoffs ONCE since DRob got to SA.
So let's hope they bury the Warriors (23-42) tonight -- and then win 16 more in the playoffs and get "one for the thumb."
Go Spurs Go!
GS is fielding a D-league team right now. Ellis and Udoh are gone, Curry, Biedrins, and Lee are sitting out. Klay Thompson (rookie) is pretty good, but he'll score 17 points maximum. You guys will win.
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GS is my home market.
Last edited by Grammer Police; 04-26-2012 at 05:20 PM.
Bulls have a comfortable lead late in the 4th, so it looks like they'll wrap up the overall #1 spot.
Leonard resting tonight. James Anderson will start in his place.
Well, I was going to say we have a shot at being the top scoring team if we score 9+ more than Denver, but they scored 131 tonight... so I don't think that's going to happen.
Warriors starting 5 rookies? Hell, maybe we do have a chance at scoring 140 tonight... we'll see.
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