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Have no idea how game 4 will go but if the spurs hit their threes at their normal rate, it will be over for the warriors.
Originally posted by Joecool:
Have no idea how game 4 will go but if the spurs hit their threes at their normal rate, it will be over for the warriors.

You can say the same about the warriors.
hell of a series. sh*t might go 7
I'd comment on the game but I didn't watch it. pissed me off. My bro-inlaw is a Warriors fan and was coming over. He knew i had it recorded and was just about to watch it. Sit down, turn on the game and he rings the doorbell. His 8-yearold burst in, "Warriors won!!"

There goes that! f**k! Missed a good game.
Originally posted by Joecool:
I'd comment on the game but I didn't watch it. pissed me off. My bro-inlaw is a Warriors fan and was coming over. He knew i had it recorded and was just about to watch it. Sit down, turn on the game and he rings the doorbell. His 8-yearold burst in, "Warriors won!!"

There goes that! f**k! Missed a good game.

not really lol
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Originally posted by bayarealuv:
hell of a series. sh*t might go 7

I think it will.

UNLESS

W's win tomorrow, then this ISH is over in 6.
Originally posted by Garcia:
Originally posted by bayarealuv:
hell of a series. sh*t might go 7

I think it will.

UNLESS

W's win tomorrow, then this ISH is over in 6.


Odd series:
G1 Road team dominates and loses in OT
G2 Road team gets a solid win
G3 Road team gets a solid win
G4 Road team plays solid and loses in OT

Waiting for this series to go back to normal.
Personally I dont think either team has a chance against Memphis or OKC. The Warriors are too young and not big enough to beat those teams. The Spurs are old and really showing in this series that there time is just about up.

Spurs and Lakers are going to really have some lean years ahead. The Warriors have a nice future ahead of them in the the next few years assuming health and attracting one big FA after next yr.
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Personally I dont think either team has a chance against Memphis or OKC. The Warriors are too young and not big enough to beat those teams. The Spurs are old and really showing in this series that there time is just about up.

Spurs and Lakers are going to really have some lean years ahead. The Warriors have a nice future ahead of them in the the next few years assuming health and attracting one big FA after next yr.


I wouldn't speak too fast there. The Spurs are literally going through their worst 3-point shooting of the season. These have been wide open shots. We have yet to shoot higher than a 38.9% and have actually only one game higher than 33%. Warriors have had only one game under 40%.

If we shoot our normal percentages, this games will be blowouts.
Originally posted by Joecool:
I wouldn't speak too fast there. The Spurs are literally going through their worst 3-point shooting of the season. These have been wide open shots. We have yet to shoot higher than a 38.9% and have actually only one game higher than 33%. Warriors have had only one game under 40%.

If we shoot our normal percentages, this games will be blowouts.

That's a sign of fatigue. The Spurs are an aging team, and it's hard to shoot well when you're not getting much lift under the shot. This problem gets magnified late in the year, and late in ball games.

Quote from Ginobli: "My last few shots were short. I don't know if I got tired or what, but I stopped pushing on my legs."

Also, more credit needs to be given to the Warriors. The Spurs shooting woes have been present the entire series, not just one game. There is a reason for that. The W's have consistently played sound defense, have beaten them on the boards, and are matching them in points in the paint.
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Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Personally I dont think either team has a chance against Memphis or OKC. The Warriors are too young and not big enough to beat those teams. The Spurs are old and really showing in this series that there time is just about up.

Spurs and Lakers are going to really have some lean years ahead. The Warriors have a nice future ahead of them in the the next few years assuming health and attracting one big FA after next yr.

Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Personally I dont think either team has a chance against Memphis or OKC. The Warriors are too young and not big enough to beat those teams. The Spurs are old and really showing in this series that there time is just about up.

Spurs and Lakers are going to really have some lean years ahead. The Warriors have a nice future ahead of them in the the next few years assuming health and attracting one big FA after next yr.

You were wrong with the nuggets and may be wrong with the spurs series. If there's a lesson to be learn, expect the unexpected.


Memphis is a team that has never gotten passed the WC semi finals so if the dubs do make it passed the spurs, it will be new territory for both teams. And with OKC struggling, it's anyone's game at this point. IMO. the winner of the spurs/GS series are going to the finals.
Originally posted by SofaKing:
Originally posted by Joecool:
I wouldn't speak too fast there. The Spurs are literally going through their worst 3-point shooting of the season. These have been wide open shots. We have yet to shoot higher than a 38.9% and have actually only one game higher than 33%. Warriors have had only one game under 40%.

If we shoot our normal percentages, this games will be blowouts.

That's a sign of fatigue. The Spurs are an aging team, and it's hard to shoot well when you're not getting much lift under the shot. This problem gets magnified late in the year, and late in ball games.

Quote from Ginobli: "My last few shots were short. I don't know if I got tired or what, but I stopped pushing on my legs."

Also, more credit needs to be given to the Warriors. The Spurs shooting woes have been present the entire series, not just one game. There is a reason for that. The W's have consistently played sound defense, have beaten them on the boards, and are matching them in points in the paint.

Most of our specialists are young. I do agree that some credit needs to be given to GS but SA has missed a lot of wide open 3's. Their percentage on open shots has been very out of character. I could understand if we dropped down to 31.4% for this series. The Spurs were ranked 4th in the league at 37.6% whereas GS is right at their season average at 40.3%. I don't understand why you guys think you are in a slump. You may have been compared to the previous series but you are shooting exactly what you should be. The Spurs are the team that is shooting out of character. If we find our normal percentage, then this series is over, fast.
Originally posted by 9erReign:

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