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« Reply #60 on: October 10, 2006, 04:02:00 am »
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The Spurs bench was getting old, but the players they got now, I believe they lost a bit of depth. And with teams like the Hornets, Lakers rising, their reign may as well be over. The dynasty they want, wont happen.
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« Reply #61 on: October 10, 2006, 05:35:13 am »
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The Spurs bench was getting old, but the players they got now, I believe they lost a bit of depth. And with teams like the Hornets, Lakers rising, their reign may as well be over. The dynasty they want, wont happen.


Players get better when they're in SA. s-jax, rasho, nazr. i've got reason to believe elson and butler will be an upgrade over rasho-nazr. if they aren't better there's oberto. they also picked up vaughn for better backcourt depth. they were good enough to win it last year, they're still good enough to win it all this year.

As for your Lakers, they're waaaaaaaaaay overrated. they got lucky with the defenseless suns last year. they couldn't have beaten any of those west playoffs teams last year. Radmanovic and farmar are the only new guys. They'll be gone in the first round
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« Reply #62 on: October 10, 2006, 09:12:37 am »
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Actually, Rasho's best year was when he was in his last season in Minnesota when he averaged over 11 points per game. As for Stephen Jackson, his play got even better when he went to Indiana. The Spurs still have a good bench, but I do just plain flat out find them to be boring.

As for the Lakers, of course they're overrated. With any sport, any team from New York, Boston, or LA is always either way overrated or way underrated, but always overcovered by the media.
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« Reply #63 on: October 11, 2006, 01:17:44 am »
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Actually, Rasho's best year was when he was in his last season in Minnesota when he averaged over 11 points per game. As for Stephen Jackson, his play got even better when he went to Indiana. The Spurs still have a good bench, but I do just plain flat out find them to be boring.

As for the Lakers, of course they're overrated. With any sport, any team from New York, Boston, or LA is always either way overrated or way underrated, but always overcovered by the media.


but he played more minutes. hes was more productive in SA. as for jackson, nobody really knew him til he started to drain those treys along with steve kerr against dallas during the playoffs
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« Reply #64 on: October 11, 2006, 10:20:28 am »
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The Spurs bench was getting old, but the players they got now, I believe they lost a bit of depth. And with teams like the Hornets, Lakers rising, their reign may as well be over. The dynasty they want, wont happen.


Players get better when they're in SA. s-jax, rasho, nazr. i've got reason to believe elson and butler will be an upgrade over rasho-nazr. if they aren't better there's oberto. they also picked up vaughn for better backcourt depth. they were good enough to win it last year, they're still good enough to win it all this year.

As for your Lakers, they're waaaaaaaaaay overrated. they got lucky with the defenseless suns last year. they couldn't have beaten any of those west playoffs teams last year. Radmanovic and farmar are the only new guys. They'll be gone in the first round



Yea, the Lakers are probably overrated. The Spurs could win it all this year, but the with the Suns, Mavs and other teams on the rise, it's only getting harder for them to win.
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« Reply #65 on: October 13, 2006, 12:53:46 am »
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For Rasho, exactly, he played less minutes. One reason was team depth, but when you play more minutes and put up better numbers you're still playing better as a whole, although it is somewhat decided by your playing time.

As for Jackson, he did break out with the Spurs, but he has clearly played better with the Pacers.
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« Reply #66 on: October 13, 2006, 01:10:16 am »
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jackson has been there longer and the pacers needed his production and the spurs didn't need him as much
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« Reply #67 on: October 15, 2006, 09:43:06 am »
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they not the most boring they just the best. dont be mad
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« Reply #68 on: October 15, 2006, 08:33:51 pm »
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No, they're the most boring. I'll give it to them that they're title contenders year in and year out, but they are very boring. No athleticism on the team at all.
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« Reply #69 on: October 15, 2006, 09:08:24 pm »
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yea, the lack of athleticism and youth will be their downfall just like Miami.
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« Reply #70 on: October 15, 2006, 09:16:47 pm »
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The Spurs bench was getting old, but the players they got now, I believe they lost a bit of depth. And with teams like the Hornets, Lakers rising, their reign may as well be over. The dynasty they want, wont happen.


Players get better when they're in SA. s-jax, rasho, nazr. i've got reason to believe elson and butler will be an upgrade over rasho-nazr. if they aren't better there's oberto. they also picked up vaughn for better backcourt depth. they were good enough to win it last year, they're still good enough to win it all this year.

As for your Lakers, they're waaaaaaaaaay overrated. they got lucky with the defenseless suns last year. they couldn't have beaten any of those west playoffs teams last year. Radmanovic and farmar are the only new guys. They'll be gone in the first round

defenseless suns? ok then ur spurs are offenseless :wink:
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« Reply #71 on: October 15, 2006, 11:42:03 pm »
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yea, the lack of athleticism and youth will be their downfall just like Miami.


how it that their downfall when they just won a ring?
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« Reply #72 on: October 16, 2006, 04:17:12 am »
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yea, the lack of athleticism and youth will be their downfall just like Miami.


how it that their downfall when they just won a ring?


 :lol: First, I wasn't talking about last year. Miami had Dwyane Wade, half their roster is aging, give these teams a couple years and if they dont go youth, well hehe, their going down the latter.
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« Reply #73 on: October 16, 2006, 04:43:15 am »
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The Spurs bench was getting old, but the players they got now, I believe they lost a bit of depth. And with teams like the Hornets, Lakers rising, their reign may as well be over. The dynasty they want, wont happen.


Players get better when they're in SA. s-jax, rasho, nazr. i've got reason to believe elson and butler will be an upgrade over rasho-nazr. if they aren't better there's oberto. they also picked up vaughn for better backcourt depth. they were good enough to win it last year, they're still good enough to win it all this year.

As for your Lakers, they're waaaaaaaaaay overrated. they got lucky with the defenseless suns last year. they couldn't have beaten any of those west playoffs teams last year. Radmanovic and farmar are the only new guys. They'll be gone in the first round

defenseless suns? ok then ur spurs are offenseless :wink:


yeah, probably why they took out your suns in 5 games some seasons ago.  :lol:
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« Reply #74 on: October 16, 2006, 01:53:23 pm »
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The Spurs bench was getting old, but the players they got now, I believe they lost a bit of depth. And with teams like the Hornets, Lakers rising, their reign may as well be over. The dynasty they want, wont happen.


Players get better when they're in SA. s-jax, rasho, nazr. i've got reason to believe elson and butler will be an upgrade over rasho-nazr. if they aren't better there's oberto. they also picked up vaughn for better backcourt depth. they were good enough to win it last year, they're still good enough to win it all this year.

As for your Lakers, they're waaaaaaaaaay overrated. they got lucky with the defenseless suns last year. they couldn't have beaten any of those west playoffs teams last year. Radmanovic and farmar are the only new guys. They'll be gone in the first round

defenseless suns? ok then ur spurs are offenseless :wink:


yeah, probably why they took out your suns in 5 games some seasons ago.  :lol:


And you had no answers for STAT's 37ppg average against the Spurs  :lol:
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