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Saturday, May 25
Just got to the Paul George dunk on Chris Andersen. Holy cow. What a move.
Going back and watching the game now. Brian Shaw screaming "Ball Don't Lie!" after Allen missed the technical foul shot was fantastic.
George Hill said there's only one person who is scarier than LeBron James, "And that's God."
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Friday, May 24
Is anyone underselling the Pacers now? I sure hope not. This looks like it's gonna be one heck of a series.
Super Bowl champ Ray Lewis is at this game
And here are the foul shots every possession to take away our joy
Hansbrough with a tech for grabbing Wade and pushing him over. I wonder if Haslem will retaliate
Brian Shaw gets a technical for arguing over an extremely weak call on Sam Young. Some home cooking has Heat back in this game
I will never understand people worrying about where players come from. Shouldn't play any factor in who a team drafts or why.
Billy King has a pretty extensive track record in the draft as a decision-maker, and he's proven that talent will always trump a roster need
One thing you can count on from the Nets: they'll take the top talent on their board when their pick comes up next month.
Roy Hibbert said he didn't retaliate Battier's knee. Well, maybe he did a little. http://t.co/kaiJc6WFQb
Hibbert on if Battier does it again, "I have no problem putting my nuts in line of fire. ...They pay me all this money, I got to be there."
Nice ofMariah to start weekend off right by droppin a S-bomb on live TV. Between her & Yeezy going in on SNL, been a rough week for censors
Hard-hitting stuff on morning news: Brad Pitt may have affliction where he can't recognize faces; M Freeman dozes off on live TV. GM Miami!
Why am I wide awake
Thursday, May 23
Plus, by all indications Doc was never really planning on going anywhere, anyway. But, like with Phil Jackson, have to check and see.
No real surprises there. It'd be silly not to gauge Doc's interest if you could, and Boston isn't going to let him go to a division rival.
Of course, being buddies with players doesn't always translate to respect, but he did mediate the impossible pairing of Kobe and Shaq once
After watching Brian Shaw operate with the Pacers the last 2 days, I can see he has a great relationship with his players.
ESPNBoston is reporting that Nets contacted Celtics about Doc Rivers and were not given permission to talk to the coach.
Preparation is everything. Noah didnt start building the ark when it was raining.
Lopez finished with 132 points and seven first-place votes. Dwight Howard had 203 points and 17 first-place votes and was on the third team.
I'm not sure why people keep saying Brook Lopez got no votes for All-NBA. He actually had the most votes of any player who didn't make it.
Here's how Brook can help earn himself a spot on one of the All-NBA teams next year: Increase those low rebounding numbers.
Brook received 132 total points and 7 first-team votes. By far, he had the most points of any player who didn't make the team.
Deron Williams received 6 votes and Raymond Felton (yes, Raymond Felton) got 3, or as many as Kyrie Irving.
First Team All-NBA: LeBron, Durant, Kobe, CP3 and Tim Duncan.
2012-13 All-NBA Third Team David Lee, Paul George, Dwight Howard, Dwyane Wade, James Harden.
Nets are shutout but Brook Lopez nearly made it with 132 votes (most among players left off) including 7 first team votes.
2012-13 All-NBA Second Team - Carmelo Anthony, Blake Griffin, Marc Gasol, Tony Parker, Russell Westbrook.
2nd team: Melo, Westbrook, Gasol, Parker, Griffin; 3rd team: Lee, Paul George, Dwight, Wade, Harden.
2012-13 First Team All-NBA: LeBron James, Kevin Durant, Tim Duncan, Kobe Bryant, Chris Paul.
All NBA First Team announced: LeBron, Kobe, Duncan, Durant, CP3.
Coach K is an incredible leader. Playing for him and representing my country has been a blessing in my career and I'm glad he will be back
Some include Peyton Siva, Brandon Triche and Alex Oriakhi.
Back at the draft combine the Nets are hosting today. Lot of recognizable names to college hoop fans participating today.