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Hustler gotta live with the decisions he make, whether wrong or right, it's up to him to keep his composure tight
Someday a newspaper or website should have the courage to run a top 6 list. Or top 4. Or 8. Anything but 5 or 10. Be creative. Be bold.
Hoy dije a alguien 'tengo más chances yo de ganar el Nobel a la paz que Manu de perder el olimpia de oro'... Ojo con los próximos Nobel.
I have yet to see Nik Stauskas make a basket this season but I'm told it's happened.
My bad lol I meant who trying run FIFA15' on XBOX1?? GAMERTAG: WATTLEDSNOW733
Anybody trying run FIFA 15' on XBOX360???GamerTag: WATTLEDSNOW733
Wow. This Griz second unit could match up against some teams' starters.
Suggs played h.s. ball in Washington, Mo. Originally committed to Missouri, but re-opened recruiting following a coaching change there.
Vogel also attributed Stuckey's rebounding to his bigs boxing out. Compared Hibbert&co to offensive linemen, clearing the way.
According to coach Vogel, George Hill will not play in Wednesday's game. Still working on conditioning.
Wishin the best for Jabari. Seems like rookies are suffering all sorts of injuries this season.
(Cont.) Davis went 13th to Toronto. He's now on his third team. Shows how tenuous the draft can be.
Seeing Ed Davis tonight reminded me Bird nearly took him instead of Paul George in the draft. And nobody would have blamed him at the time.
There are so many different levels of creepy in the first 7 minutes of this True Detective finale. I'm late. I know.
Frank Vogel: "We've been trying to play the right way, we've been trying to come together as a team… the stuff that we do here works."
Pacers blast the Lakers, 110-91. They led the entire way and by as many as 39. Six reached double figures. Up next: a 3-gm trip out west.
Vogel empties his bench w 3:57 left. Stuckey has just his 3rd double-double in 4yrs, but will be three assists shy of a trip-doub. 20/10/7
Rudez and Scola running the international player's pick-and-roll.
Do you put Kobe back in a game like this? I wouldn't think so.
Again, it's darn there a 30 point deficit and a 36-year-old is still competing hard. Fun stuff to watch
Kobe is constantly staring down official David Jones. Still, bet he won’t be given his second T of the night...
Stuckey with 16-10-7. Look for him to be pass conscious in search of first triple double.
Kobe just had a baseline jam. Dude has still got it.
Don't see NBA teams running the halfcourt press often, but the Lakers are giving it a whirl tonight.
Lakers gambling on D which has led to several turnovers this quarter, but the Pacers are now in the bonus.
The West jumper puts five Pacers in double-figures
I do believe Kobe Bryant is the only player who will stare the ref down AFTER getting a call! It's amazing!
Hill connects on his first FG of the night to go along with some excellent defense against Kobe.
With two steals and a block, Solomon Hill's having himself a decent defensive showing. Still 0 for 3 from the field, however.
Lakers 7 of 43 from field. Kobe 3 of 13. Crazy.
Rodney Stuckey flirting with his first career triple-double. 10 points, 8 rebounds, 6 assists — at intermission.
This is the most beautiful disaster I've ever witnessed. Pacers up 60-21
I'm hoping Vogel lets members of the media get some playing time in the second half. My NBA dream could happen tonight.
I can confidently say I've never seen such a lopsided game in my life. Pacers up 58-19. Lakers now 5-of-39....
With three minutes left, this stat feels worth tweeting: Fewest points, first half 19-L.A. Clippers at L.A. Lakers, December 14, 1999
Vogel flashing a smile in timeout huddle. Hibbert sprints out to the floor to pick up Rodney Stuckey. Stuff's fun when you're winning, eh?
Stuckey goin' hard for that loose ball and Hibbert runs off the bench to help him up after the time out. Many good signs from this one.
If Kobe thinks his team was Charmin soft last week, wonder how he feels right now. Pacers 46, Lakers 17.
Miles continues to be an offensive factor now that he's found his stroke. Already with 11 points.
Nick Young drills a 3, preventing the Lakers from setting a record for fewest 1Q-pts scored on the Pacers. Previously: 9 (5x).