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2013-14 General NBA Discussion Thread

Originally posted by marshniners24:
Originally posted by valrod33:
Is Andrew Bynum still alive?

He died in 1845

That's Andrew Jackson.
Originally posted by valrod33:
Is Andrew Bynum still alive?

He's buried next to Trevor Ariza.
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Originally posted by 4ML:




Would be a charge on 98% of the league
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Originally posted by JiksJuicy:
Would be a charge on 98% of the league

I don't know about the %s but that's not a charge. It's close...but Millsap got into the position after James is in the air and was not set when contact was made. He was sliding as he got hit (see right foot).

Could have been easily called for a block but a good no call.
Originally posted by 4ML:
Originally posted by JiksJuicy:
Would be a charge on 98% of the league

I don't know about the %s but that's not a charge. It's close...but Millsap got into the position after James is in the air and was not set when contact was made. He was sliding as he got hit (see right foot).

Could have been easily called for a block but a good no call.

Yeah, honestly I just have a vendetta against star players getting nearly every call. As a Jazz fan I have dealt with it for years upon years dating back to Jordan beating us in the playoffs. It's a main reason I have a hard time watching the NBA anymore. There's nothing more frustrating than watching a Durant, James, Kobe, Dirk get every call while the same thing happens on the other end and it's not called. While I will admit that guys like Malone, Stockton, Boozer and Williams got this treatment I still believe it is completely unfair.
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Originally posted by JiksJuicy:
Originally posted by 4ML:
Originally posted by JiksJuicy:
Would be a charge on 98% of the league

I don't know about the %s but that's not a charge. It's close...but Millsap got into the position after James is in the air and was not set when contact was made. He was sliding as he got hit (see right foot).

Could have been easily called for a block but a good no call.

Yeah, honestly I just have a vendetta against star players getting nearly every call. As a Jazz fan I have dealt with it for years upon years dating back to Jordan beating us in the playoffs. It's a main reason I have a hard time watching the NBA anymore. There's nothing more frustrating than watching a Durant, James, Kobe, Dirk get every call while the same thing happens on the other end and it's not called. While I will admit that guys like Malone, Stockton, Boozer and Williams got this treatment I still believe it is completely unfair.

Fair enough...but I think that play is good. I'm biased...but IMO Lebron has gotten the Shaq treatment last two years. He doesn't get a lot of calls because he's bigger and stronger. Anyway, nothing is as bad as the treatment Jordan got.

SMH LOL..

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Millsap had 7 threes that night? Where was that when he was in Utah?
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Originally posted by NinerFanMT:
Millsap had 7 threes that night? Where was that when he was in Utah?

I remember him having a huge game in Miami couple of year ago. He went for 40 pts or something like that. But yea...he has become a reliable 3-point shooter in Atlanta and I have a lot of respect for players who learn new tricks after coming into the league and play both ends for their team.
These jerseys are horrendous


xmas day jersey look worse than i thought and jason terry found a way to add to that
The knicks 29 point lost to okc just became the largest blowout on xmas day in NBA history. I would not be surprised to see that record broken with the Lakers/heat game up next.
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
The knicks 29 point lost to okc just became the largest blowout on xmas day in NBA history. I would not be surprised to see that record broken with the Lakers/heat game up next.

our boys will fight harder than that though