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12-06-2012 Daily Thread

Postby geodbear » Thu Dec 06, 2012 9:06 pm

Anyone can start up a daily thread. I'll do it for today.

Today's Games:

New York 13-4 (Road: 6-4) 8:00pm ET
Miami 12-4 (Home: 8-0)

Dallas 8-10 (Road: 2-7) 10:30pm ET
Phoenix 7-12 (Home: 5-3)

Miami undefeated at home, coming off a loss to the Wizards(?!), against the Knicks is the match up of the day. The other matchup features two teams likely out of the playoffs. Dallas may turn things around when Dirk gets back but under .500 with a relatively easy schedule so far.
Yes, Warriors sold at last!
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Re: 12-06-2012 Daily Thread

Postby NikkiSixx » Fri Dec 07, 2012 4:59 am

So the Heat almost lose to the Spurs who were resting 4 starters. Lebron gets a triple double in a loss to the Wizards who were missing John Wall. Now they got blown out by the Knicks who were missing Melo and Lebron was one assist away from another triple double.... What on earth is going on in Miami?
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Re: 12-06-2012 Daily Thread

Postby silentjim » Fri Dec 07, 2012 4:33 pm

Still no interior defense whatsoever. Freaking Raymond Felton looked like an All-Star. Wade looks horrible and has to be injured or something. Fact of the matter is a team built around Lebron and Bosh and a ton of garbage players isn't going to win a championship again. That team only works when Wade is playing too. Allen was a nice add, but not enough without Wade.

Also, Rasheed Wallace still has some of the best low post moves ever and I think he's like 62 years old.
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Re: 12-06-2012 Daily Thread

Postby NikkiSixx » Fri Dec 07, 2012 5:08 pm

I guess I didn't realize how important ALL THREE members were of the Miami Heat. Wade has not been very good lately and they it really is making the whole team look bad. Bosh was also 1-10 from the field last night.
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Re: 12-06-2012 Daily Thread

Postby RedHopeful » Fri Dec 07, 2012 5:57 pm

silentjim wrote:Still no interior defense whatsoever. Freaking Raymond Felton looked like an All-Star. Wade looks horrible and has to be injured or something. Fact of the matter is a team built around Lebron and Bosh and a ton of garbage players isn't going to win a championship again. That team only works when Wade is playing too. Allen was a nice add, but not enough without Wade.

Also, Rasheed Wallace still has some of the best low post moves ever and I think he's like 62 years old.

Well the Heat won it last year with the questionable talent surrounding them. Also, wasn't Wade gimpy through at least a part of that playoff run?
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