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Re: NBA '07
« Reply #30 on: Nov 06, 2006 at 12:12 PM »
you can remove the lakers on that list. they're down by 19 as of the moment

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Re: NBA '07
« Reply #31 on: Nov 06, 2006 at 12:49 PM »
Lakers lost to Sonics 117-101

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Re: NBA '07
« Reply #32 on: Nov 06, 2006 at 02:14 PM »
Dayum! El-Ay lost to Seattle. Oh well, the season's just started...

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Re: NBA '07
« Reply #33 on: Nov 06, 2006 at 03:16 PM »
Parity at its best demonstration?  Its still early.... ;)

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Re: NBA '07
« Reply #34 on: Nov 07, 2006 at 12:17 PM »
mavs still winless  :o
Warriors shock Mavs in Nelson return; Mavs fall to 0-3

and jazz still undefeated, now 4-0. i hope AK47 will stay healthy for the whole season
Last-second defensive stand leaves Jazz unbeaten
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Re: NBA '07
« Reply #35 on: Nov 07, 2006 at 01:09 PM »
Wow....whats happening to the Mavs?  :-\

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Re: NBA '07
« Reply #36 on: Nov 07, 2006 at 01:29 PM »
i guess its terry's numbers, who's been averaging 7.5pts and 4asts the past 3 games. he was a big factor last season also

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Re: NBA '07
« Reply #37 on: Nov 08, 2006 at 01:57 PM »
wow...I think the Lakers have their guy at the middle, its not Mihm or Kwame Brown...its Andrew Bynum.  After a 20pt 14reb 3blk effort versus the Wolves...he'll be an early front runner for the Most Improved Player Award.

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Re: NBA '07
« Reply #38 on: Nov 08, 2006 at 03:05 PM »
wow...I think the Lakers have their guy at the middle, its not Mihm or Kwame Brown...its Andrew Bynum.  After a 20pt 14reb 3blk effort versus the Wolves...he'll be an early front runner for the Most Improved Player Award.

Saw the Lakers game too!!!  And Bynum played extremely well.  Galing talaga magdraft ang Lakers.  He was just the 10th pick right?  Looks like another steal.  You would even think Jerry West is still running the Lakers' front office.

What Bynum has accomplished this early in his second season parang has already surpassed what Kwame has done in his entire career!  I might be exagerating a bit because I would have never imagined he can perform this well.  he was always been thought as more of a project than a factor early in his career.  The top brass in the Lakers organization even predicted that the dividends they would get from Bynum will not materialize til after 5 years or so.

But let's see if he still plays with the same efficiency after Mihm and Kwame come back.

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Re: NBA '07
« Reply #39 on: Nov 08, 2006 at 04:47 PM »
Saw the Lakers game too!!!  And Bynum played extremely well.  Galing talaga magdraft ang Lakers.  He was just the 10th pick right?  Looks like another steal.  You would even think Jerry West is still running the Lakers' front office.

What Bynum has accomplished this early in his second season parang has already surpassed what Kwame has done in his entire career!  I might be exagerating a bit because I would have never imagined he can perform this well.  he was always been thought as more of a project than a factor early in his career.  The top brass in the Lakers organization even predicted that the dividends they would get from Bynum will not materialize til after 5 years or so.

But let's see if he still plays with the same efficiency after Mihm and Kwame come back.

The Lakers hired Kareem Abdul Jabbar and Scottie Pippen as consultants last year. Combined with Bynum's natural talent and the playing time he's received so far this season will only make him more confident. I'm curious to see how he fairs against Tim Duncan though.

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Re: NBA '07
« Reply #40 on: Nov 08, 2006 at 04:55 PM »
A lot of GMs were inquiring about Bynum and Odom during the off season, so I guess his play isn't surprising for some of the GMs. I guess Mitch finally lucked out in selecting Bynum. Of course, training under Kareem can do wonders for a big man; but regardless of training, experts saw potential in Bynum. He still needs a little polishing when it comes to posting up and finishing, but all that will be learned in due time. I've yet to see his hook shot, the shot he hyped that he'll bring back to the game.

The LAkers are doing OK right now coz of excellent shot selection (50.1% as a team, second to Orlando's 50.9%), knowing where to find the open man (league-leading 25.4 assist per game) which results to the best scoring team so far in the NBA (107.6ppg, with the Suns just .1 away from tying them at 107.5). If they keep playing like this, a 50-wins season is a possibility. But like I keep telling myself, the season's still young.  ;D
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Re: NBA '07
« Reply #41 on: Nov 08, 2006 at 05:46 PM »
I do believe that Bynum has more moves, patience and poise in the paint than Kwame.  He gathers and positions himself first before taking a shot.  Its just a matter of time that he'll be a regular 15-10 guy.  He's just 19.  Playing time and experience will be his biggest ally in improvement.  Whether or not he fares poorly against the established bigs like Duncan or Yao Ming...the experience playing against those guys will help him.  With him seeing regular minutes, either Mihm or Brown will be expendable. :)
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Re: NBA '07
« Reply #42 on: Nov 08, 2006 at 07:03 PM »
Jerry Buss on a recent interview talked about the inevitable turn over of the ownership to his children Jeannie and Jim. He commended both for doing well for the team with Jeannie locking up coach Philip  ;) and Jim (who had his share of criticisms) for locking up A-Bomb (Yes, he was actually responsible for drafting the kid and not Kupcake).

Jim Buss was not willing to part with Bynum, not for Channing Frye, not for Artest and not even for KG. I guess, with Bynum breaking out, he has now "redeemed" himself for making all those commitments to the youngest NBA player drafted.

Now for the 50 wins, I think it is well within reach.

They're now 4-1. That single loss was PJax's fault.
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Re: NBA '07
« Reply #43 on: Nov 08, 2006 at 07:11 PM »
Hehehe. Jeannie locking-up Phil. I guess we know what caused Phil's hip injury.  :D

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Re: NBA '07
« Reply #44 on: Nov 09, 2006 at 11:49 AM »
spurs just defeated the suns in OT, 111-106. another surprising big man, oberto had 22pts and 10rebs... 11/11 fg  :o

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Re: NBA '07
« Reply #45 on: Nov 09, 2006 at 12:36 PM »
Wow...the Suns are reeling....1-4 now.   The Bynum bandwagon hits a skid, 0pts 4rbs and 4pf so far in the 2nd of a back to back...

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Re: NBA '07
« Reply #46 on: Nov 09, 2006 at 01:11 PM »
im not surprised because they hurried amare's comeback...

amare's slowing the team down...puro back to the basket and no more pick and rolls for him...

oh and boris diaw is out of shape...

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Re: NBA '07
« Reply #47 on: Nov 09, 2006 at 01:49 PM »
Wow...the Suns are reeling....1-4 now.   The Bynum bandwagon hits a skid, 0pts 4rbs and 4pf so far in the 2nd of a back to back...

Bynum just shot 2 shots made none but made 2 free throws.

Pjax is gonna make this team lose early so that they would have the hunger and experience late.

He's preaching.

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Re: NBA '07
« Reply #48 on: Nov 09, 2006 at 02:30 PM »
Just cant understand some of the lineups PJax makes.... ???

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Re: NBA '07
« Reply #49 on: Nov 09, 2006 at 02:59 PM »
Pjax's mixing and matching, uptempo game, bigman game...

oh btw its luke walton who coming out..... filling the stat sheets...naunahan ako sa fantasy league sa kanya

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Re: NBA '07
« Reply #50 on: Nov 09, 2006 at 03:02 PM »
Pjax's mixing and matching, uptempo game, bigman game...

oh btw its luke walton who coming out..... filling the stat sheets...naunahan ako sa fantasy league sa kanya
yeah...luke's perfect for the triangle...look what happened to him when Rudy T was there...buried down the bench.... :)

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Re: NBA '07
« Reply #51 on: Nov 23, 2006 at 03:40 PM »
standings as of today....

ATLANTIC   W        L       PCT    GB
                        
New Jersey        5    6   .455    -                           
Philadelphia       4     7    .364     1                           
Boston               4       7      .364       1                           
New York           4     9    .308     2                           
Toronto              3      8      .273      2                           

CENTRAL              W     L      PCT     GB
                        
Cleveland           8     4    .667       -                           
Detroit                7     5       .583      1                           
Indiana               6     6     .500        2                           
Milwaukee          4     8   .333     4                           
Chicago              3      8     .273       4 ½                           

SOUTHEAST   W     L       PCT     GB
                        
Orlando              8      4     .667       -                           
Atlanta               4        5      .444       2 ½                           
Washington       4   7     .364   3 ½                           
Miami                  4     7       .364      3 ½                           
Charlotte            3      8     .273       4 ½                           

Western Conference
NORTHWEST   W     L     PCT       GB
                              
Utah                    11    1       .917   -                                 
Denver                6        4      .600          4                                 
Portland              6        7      .462        5 ½                                 
Seattle                6      7     .462   5 ½                                 
Minnesota           4      6   .400        6                                 

PACIFIC                 W     L     PCT       GB
                              
LA Lakers              8      3      .727          -                                 
LA Clippers            6      4       .600      1 ½                                 
Golden State         7       5    .583       1 ½                                 
Sacramento           5       5    .500       2 ½                                 
Phoenix                 5      6     .455   3                                 

SOUTHWEST     W     L     PCT       GB
                              
San Antonio          10       2   .833        -                                 
NO/Oklahoma City 8   4    .667   2                                 
Houston                 8     4       .667       2                                 
Dallas                     7    4     .636    2 ½                                 
Memphis                 2     9       .182      7 ½                                 


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Re: NBA '07
« Reply #52 on: Nov 23, 2006 at 05:41 PM »
Can't wait for Saturday....LAkers vs Jazz!!! Go El-Ay!!! ;D

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Re: NBA '07
« Reply #53 on: Nov 23, 2006 at 08:56 PM »
Jazz, 11-1? Did Stockton and Malone come out of retirement? Hehe...

Anyway, glad to see my fave team the Spurs are doing great. Their two centers Oberto and Elson are alternately performing well.

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Re: NBA '07
« Reply #54 on: Nov 24, 2006 at 08:47 AM »
...and atlantic is still the worst division  :-\

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Re: NBA '07
« Reply #55 on: Nov 24, 2006 at 10:02 AM »
Southwest naman is the strongest division so far....

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Re: NBA '07
« Reply #56 on: Dec 08, 2006 at 11:37 AM »
[email protected] game almost reached a total of 400pts  :o :o :o  if only the game reached 3OT. anyway, nice game! and stats  ;D

pho 161 nash 42pts 6rebs 13asts
njn  157 kidd 38pts 14rebs 14asts

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Re: NBA '07
« Reply #57 on: Dec 09, 2006 at 01:28 AM »
Rumors

Iverson wants out!!... :o

Richard Jefferson just came out!!.... of the closet ??? :o
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Re: NBA '07
« Reply #58 on: Dec 09, 2006 at 02:48 PM »
Iverson and Garnett....hmm that's interesting

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Re: NBA '07
« Reply #59 on: Dec 09, 2006 at 09:24 PM »
just read the news. i agree its time for them to part. sixers need to start over and ai needs a better team. i've always liked the idea of kg-ai duo, but i was hoping of kg in the 6ers. both of team will be the beast of the east. as of conquering the mighty west, we'll see. i hope this rumor become a reality, kg has always admired ai. and i hope ai will have a new life in minny and start having a better work ethic. practice boy!!!  ;D
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