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The NBA Championship

Postby WoVeU » Sun Jun 13, 2010 11:33 pm

The only law I could add to those of Isaac Newton,

A basketball player riding a hot streak...will always...always...push that streak until glacial ice forms from the wrist to the elbow!

I just haven't seen a superstar who made 4 very difficult shots resist the urge to follow with at least 3 even more difficult shots. (If he happens to make those...then at least 6 ridiculous, Harlem Globe Trotter shots are coming.) Kobe gave us another installment of this tonight.

The corollary to this theorem, 4 guys alleged to be pros will use their positions on the floor as 1st class seats for the show when the 5th puts on the Al Gore show!
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Re: The NBA Championship

Postby Grayghost » Fri Jun 18, 2010 12:27 am

Well, it's over...done. My beloved Celtics lost. But I will take the cosolation that most Notre Dame fans, or Dallas Cowboy fans carry with them and dip into the past.

The Celtics are still 10 and 3 vs the Lakers in the NBA finals. Take that Kobe. 8)

My petty moment is over. :mrgreen:
I dont care who wins as long as Notre Dame loses!

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Re: The NBA Championship

Postby Brian Roastbeef » Fri Jun 18, 2010 1:48 pm

Grayghost wrote:Well, it's over...done. My beloved Celtics lost. But I will take the cosolation that most Notre Dame fans, or Dallas Cowboy fans carry with them and dip into the past.

The Celtics are still 10 and 3 vs the Lakers in the NBA finals. Take that Kobe. 8)

My petty moment is over. :mrgreen:


We're like minded yet again, buddy. I don't know how you're a Celtics fan on the west coast, but I was a little kid in the era of Larry Bird. 8)

I'll take my relief in that the Celtics still beat the 6 1/2 point spread in Game 7.

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Re: The NBA Championship

Postby Grayghost » Wed Jun 23, 2010 11:39 am

Well, you see, when I was a little kid, the only teams that played regularly on tv were the Celtics, the Knicks, and the Lakers. John Havlicek was my hero, and then along came Bird, and Parrish, and Mchale, and the rest. Besides, I could never stand the Lakers, and the Kings were still in KC...So, BOSTON BABY!!! 8)
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Postby Spence » Wed Jun 23, 2010 4:50 pm

Grayghost wrote:Well, you see, when I was a little kid, the only teams that played regularly on tv were the Celtics, the Knicks, and the Lakers. John Havlicek was my hero, and then along came Bird, and Parrish, and Mchale, and the rest. Besides, I could never stand the Lakers, and the Kings were still in KC...So, BOSTON BABY!!! 8)


Havlicek is an Ohio State guy. :D
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Re: The NBA Championship

Postby donovan » Fri Jul 09, 2010 12:37 pm

I quit following the NBA years ago...it goes on longer than oil in the gulf.

BUT...I think I can be OK with Cleveland doing well next year.
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Re: The NBA Championship

Postby Derek » Sat Jul 10, 2010 6:14 pm

Well said Donovan. We are in agreement on this Bread and Circus with Lebron James.
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