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    Yesterday, 06:52 PM
    Why? A guy leads off a game with a bunt hit, and everyone else gets out the rest of the game and they lose 9 to 0. Are people made that he bunted to lead off the game for the only hit? I hate unwritten rules of baseball like that. If you have to field a bunt in the first inning to get an out to preserve a no hitter, you should have to do that too in a 9th inning if someone bunts.
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    Yesterday, 02:24 PM
    There is also nothing for sure that blowing it up will win one. Agreed that the current team wouldn't win one. But why is everyone first reaction then well let's blow this whole thing up, like that is a guarntee for success. No doubt changes needed to be made, and could have and should have traded one of those stars to get a few other guys in and tried to mix new guys in with other stars. They basically stayed status quo even with the roster...
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    Yesterday, 01:50 PM
    There is also nothing for sure that blowing it up will win one. Agreed that the current team wouldn't win one. But why is everyone first reaction then well let's blow this whole thing up, like that is a guarntee for success. No doubt changes needed to be made, and could have and should have traded one of those stars to get a few other guys in and tried to mix new guys in with other stars. They basically stayed status quo even with the roster...
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    Yesterday, 02:18 AM
    True but people need to realize people do learn and adjust. I would say the Pop who coaches for the Spurs now is different from the Pop that won his first title all those years ago with Robinson and Duncan. I don't remember him resting his guys alot way back then like he does now. People get so caught up with how players and coaches are early on, and forget they people do change over time. The bench suck in Minnesota. It would be...
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    Yesterday, 02:13 AM
    I always love how people say blow it up and rebuild. People act like rebuilding is a sure thing. When the reality is probably only 2 out of 10 teams who go through the re build process are successful. Usually it seems to take for teams to go through a rebuild or the rebuild before they even sniff some success. This is the same for almost all sports. It's great when the rebuild works. But it's rare when it does.
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    Jun 21, 17, 06:45 PM
    He didn't get to play his position in college because UK had one of its best pg and floor general ever in Ullis during Briscoe freshman year. Then his sophomore year UK had a top 3 pick in Fox at pg. He definitely was good enough to play the pg spot at UK, and if he played it we may all have thought of him differently. He was use to being the one with the ball and running the offense. If he did that in college I think his game may have flown...
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    Jun 21, 17, 01:10 PM
    As much as people hate on the twins. At the end of the day they played huge roles on making the finals as freshman and starting 38 and 0 before losing in the final four. Quite simply they won. Which is something Briscoe can't say he did. With that said Briscoe never got to play his true position at UK. So who knows how he would have looked as a true pg, which he is.
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    Jun 16, 17, 09:21 PM
    For me it's Corey Dillon and it's not even close. I can't imagine what he would have done with even a half way decent passing attack.
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    Jun 15, 17, 12:20 AM
    Weren't people saying the somethings about Klinsman when he first started and how much better the US looked with him. I agree they needed to move on from him, but I wasn't to excited to see Arena back. The offensive attack still worries me. I hate always watching US soccer and basically rarely controlling the ball or on the attack.
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    Jun 14, 17, 09:47 PM
    He has been pretty impressive so far they have said. Hopefully it's nothing severe.
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    Jun 13, 17, 03:00 PM
    I would make the trade but still doubt they beat the Warriors. James is the best player on the planet, and can take mediocre players on deep playoff runs because he is that good and creates open shots for those mediocre players. With that said I think the way James has to play to be at his best of dominating the ball, and keeping the lane clear and mostly isolation basketball. Makes other star players not look as good. I think at most there...
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    Jun 13, 17, 02:29 PM
    They never played the rockets in the finals....
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    Jun 10, 17, 09:28 AM
    As long as the Cavs hit 20 or more threes a game like last night they have a chance. It took setting a record for threes, and most points in a quarter and in a half to finally win. So they shown they are capable of doing it, but they have to do that three more straight games.
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    Jun 10, 17, 09:26 AM
    Im just glad he didn't get thrown out for that weak technical call that they gave him in the second half.
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    Jun 10, 17, 01:15 AM
    Ethan Bosway was a very good linebacker on the freshman squad last year with a lot of talent. He should have a chance to possibly contribute this year.
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    Jun 10, 17, 01:12 AM
    As good as Hicks was last year for them on the freshman level. Cooper Gullion was even better on the freshman level two years ago imo. It should be a nice battle for that qb spot.
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    Jun 9, 17, 11:32 PM
    It's simple Curry and the Warriors were in on the fix. They been told they would win it. So just throw a couple of games now, to make it exciting. Then win it in 6 or 7. Then next year Carmelo and Paul end up on the Cavs and the Cavs win. Then the NBA let's them go at it for real in their 5th finals matchup. :D
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    Jun 9, 17, 06:28 PM
    Fair enough on your top 3. As for Chris Paul he is older and won nothing in his career. He is great but give me Irving. As for Wall, I love him. Especially since he is from UK. However I would take Irving every day of the week over Wall.
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    Jun 9, 17, 12:41 AM
    He had more space for the shot last night, than he did on the shot he made on Curry. Curry actually had great defense on him on that shot he made last year. Plus that shot had even more pressure last year when he made it. They were on the road in game 7, with under a minute to go. That shot won them a championship. The shot last night would have only won them a game. With that said he should have drove if he was going to shoot it. The...
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    Jun 8, 17, 10:42 PM
    That same shot he missed last night after a lot of dribbles is the same shot he won them a title with last year. Irving is clutch time is who I would prefer to take the shot than LeBron if I was a Cavs fan.
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    Jun 8, 17, 10:40 PM
    LeBron has enough help. To make my long post shorter. I think people need to look at how LeBron has to play to be successful as a reason why teammates all of a sudden don't look good when he is out.
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    Jun 8, 17, 10:38 PM
    Hmmm what pgs would you say are better than Irving if he is not top 3?
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    Jun 8, 17, 10:36 PM
    I always wondered when people are going to question if how LeBron plays hurts his teammates. Meaning it's been shown LeBron needs to dominate the ball for him to be himself. He never gets in a flow of a game when he plays off the ball or not controlling the pace. He is a great passer but he has to dominate the ball to be himself. Which with that it makes for a whole lot of isolation basketball on every team he has been on. Yes he creates open...
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    Jun 4, 17, 10:37 PM
    Exactly! As great as Durant is, Curry is what makes this team one of the best ever the last few years. Adding Durant just helped them possibly be perfect. This team without Curry still would be very good with Durant, but I don't think they win it all. This team without Durant but with a healthy Curry and this team probably still wins it all in 6 or 7 games. I don't think it was a coincidence this team really took off this second half of the...
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    Jun 4, 17, 09:46 PM
    Having a healthy Curry and also now Durant. It will be very hard for Cleveland to even win one game this series.
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    Jun 4, 17, 09:45 PM
    Curry is also showing that his injury probably did impact him more than we knew last year. Curry made LeBron look silly on that one possession. Curry last year couldn't even shake Love at the end. He definitely is moving much better in this finals.
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    Jun 2, 17, 01:46 PM
    UK now up 6 to 0 in the 7th inning.
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    Jun 2, 17, 01:21 PM
    UK up 4 to 0 in the 6th inning against Ohio.
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    Jun 2, 17, 12:40 PM
    Cleveland can't stop the Warriors offense. However the Cavs offense is able to play much better. Plus we all seen the Cavs have the ability to go NBA jam on fire from the outside as a whole team. The Cavs will have to do that for 4 games to win it all. However offensively they have shown they are capable. They also need a few breaks a long the way. I believe last year's series would have been over in 5 games too if Green didn't get himself...
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