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    Originally Posted by tiger0330
    Good game up in BOS. Brogdon ties it with a big 3 with about 14 secs left and then Rozier shakes off Bledsoe with a crossover to counter with a 3, terrible D by Bledsoe allowing Rozier about 10 ft to get off his shot. Then Middleton hits a 35 ft 3 pt prayer at the buzzer to send it to OT.
    That game was bananas

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    What an insane game. I caught up with the score but only tuned in with a couple of minutes left in the fourth quarter. That game tier was crazy, would love to see a Bucks victory in game 2

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    Originally Posted by tiger0330
    Good game up in BOS. Brogdon ties it with a big 3 with about 14 secs left and then Rozier shakes off Bledsoe with a crossover to counter with a 3, terrible D by Bledsoe allowing Rozier about 10 ft to get off his shot. Then Middleton hits a 35 ft 3 pt prayer at the buzzer to send it to OT.

    WOW! That was a nice exciting OVERTIME playoff game to watch on Sunday afternoon from the Bucks vs Boston ..
    Giannis and Middleton were holding it down for the Bucks .. But Horford's strong team leadership still has the Celtricks playing at a winning level, Boston's Summer League Tandem of "Tatum & J.Brown" has transform their performance to the next-level again for a Boston 113 - 107 over-time win in the postseason.
    Rozier stepped up his performance throughout the game to show the Bucks veteran PG Bledsoe are not the PG you want in a postseason game. Bledsoe & Parker performance were the pits!

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    I maybe completely wrong about the Cavs beating TOR and getting to the EC finals with LeBron playing his best bball at the end of the season and KLove back for the playoffs. Hard to win with a career journeyman like Jeff Green starting and scoring zero points and the Lakers weren't stupid enough to dump Clarkson and Nance if they were all-stars. LeBron loses a first game one in the first round in his career. Oladipo was sensational.

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    Pacers beat Cavs in Cleveland 98-80

    The Pacers head Coach Nate McMillan did not give the Lebron Cavs a chance to breath comfortable for 48 minutes ..
    The Pacers grabbed a 33-14 lead over the Cavs in the first quarter, holding the Cavs to just 80 pts for a first game loss in Cleveland. The Cavs veteran Jeff Green has never been a post-season player you want on the court to win.
    Green / Hill / and Hood's performance were the pits!

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    Iím not gonna write-off Lebron just like that, but Indy demolished CLE. Imagine LJ losing in the first round? Indy has been a bad matchup for them all year...

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    Originally Posted by mafra
    I’m not gonna write-off Lebron just like that, but Indy demolished CLE. Imagine LJ losing in the first round? Indy has been a bad matchup for them all year...
    The Indiana Pacers has been a big surprise to every team throughout the regular season.
    The Cavs bumbed into the wrong team in the first round.
    Im gonna try my best not to write off Lebron .. but the way the Cavs played today ????

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    Donovan Mitchell is the REAL-DEAL !!!

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    Harden is ridiculously good. Just scored the last 12 points for the Rox, hitting 3s 7-11 now, finding seams in the lane for layups, banking shots off the glass, getting FTs or alley oops to Capela. MVP by a mile this year.

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    Originally Posted by Kiyaman
    Donovan Mitchell is the REAL-DEAL !!!
    Yeah Kiya catch up to today, some have taken note since 2017

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    Originally Posted by Broadway
    Yeah Kiya catch up to today, some have taken note since 2017
    Thatís ok Kiya Broadway is still slow on OKC

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    Originally Posted by Broadway
    Yeah Kiya catch up to today, some have taken note since 2017
    Mitchell showed-up to perform on the next-level in his FIRST playoff game !!!

    I will be sick to my stomach if the No-Defense (7-Man) small-rotation coach (MDA) Damnphoney win a championship

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    Originally Posted by jimkcchief88
    That’s ok Kiya Broadway is still slow on OKC
    LMAO, I talked about them being a top 4 team and very early on being the team posing the biggest threat to GSW but that doesn't excuse the fact they had a shaky regular season and needed 81gms to secure a playoff position.

    They are currently playing up to an expectation and thank goodness for their sakes Melo got nestled in to being the 3rd4th option and finally decided to play respectable defense in his 15th yr. Playoff P showed up, the guy who erased Melo back in 2012-2013...Melo better count his blessings.

    Although Playoff P said it isn't Championship or Bust with his future there, trust it's pretty much this when it comes to judging their legacy. OKC is not a rebuilding team, and not a team trying to find out how good they are...they are a ready made battle tested team with only 1 eventuality by which to be judged.

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    Originally Posted by Broadway
    LMAO, I talked about them being a top 4 team and very early on being the team posing the biggest threat to GSW but that doesn't excuse the fact they had a shaky regular season and needed 81gms to secure a playoff position.

    They are currently playing up to an expectation and thank goodness for their sakes Melo got nestled in to being the 3rd4th option and finally decided to play respectable defense in his 15th yr. Playoff P showed up, the guy who erased Melo back in 2012-2013...Melo better count his blessings.

    Although Playoff P said it isn't Championship or Bust with his future there, trust it's pretty much this when it comes to judging their legacy. OKC is not a rebuilding team, and not a team trying to find out how good they are...they are a ready made battle tested team with only 1 eventuality by which to be judged.
    No you are right chemistry came slowly with three ball dominate guys trying to play together and the coaching to me is suspect. But like Chuck was saying tonight you still have 3 guys that can go and get their own shot at any given time. Whether or not you like Westbrook he won a MVP. Melo has won a scoring title, and Playoff P is still one of the top 5 two-way players in the league. With the way the ROX struggled tonight with Thibbs Wolves a barnburner second round matchup is shaping up Thunder/ROX

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    KAT had 8 points in 9 shots? In a winnable game, too, when Minny couldíve stolen first hame in the road. Man, if this were Knicks and KP gave that effort, Iíd want to vomit.

    Itís only 1 game, but watching Mitchell and Simmons soar their first taste of playoffs... Just food for thought. Although DM needed 22 shots to score 27 points...

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