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Re: Bucks (2-1) at Celtics (1-2) Round 2 Game 4 5/6/19
« Reply #15 on: May 06, 2019, 01:36:09 AM »

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Charles Barkley "The Celtics are not going to win another game."

Hopefully, the Celtics organization have this message printed onto a paper and taped onto each of their players' lockers and Brad Stevens' office desk for them all to see.

If that doesn't work them up I don't know what will.

Re: Bucks (2-1) at Celtics (1-2) Round 2 Game 4 5/6/19
« Reply #16 on: May 06, 2019, 01:39:30 AM »

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Charles Barkley "The Celtics are not going to win another game."

Hopefully, the Celtics organization have this message printed onto a paper and taped onto each of their players' lockers and Brad Stevens' office desk for them all to see.

If that doesn't work them up I don't know what will.

Nobody cares about what that clow says.

Lets get back on track, and send them home thinkin’
what doesn't kill you makes you stronger

Re: Bucks (2-1) at Celtics (1-2) Round 2 Game 4 5/6/19
« Reply #17 on: May 06, 2019, 10:00:54 AM »

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Some Jaylen Brown numbers I find interesting:

Jaylen's red hot shooting during the last month plus of the regular season has continued:

FG%: 53.7%
3PT%: 40%
TS%: 64%

Jaylen is shooting the corner three point shot at 77.8%.

For those who question Brown's BBIQ, how is this for being basketball smart. Jaylen Brown through seven playoff games has not taken one 2 point shot, not one, from the dreaded 16'-23' range. 67 FGAs so far this playoffs. None from that long mid range area  That is the worst shot in basketball and Jaylen has completely removed it from his game in these playoffs. How intelligent and disciplined is that?!?!?!?!!!!!!

Jaylen has been huge on the boards. He has increased his rebounding percentages from 13.9 to 16.4 for DREB% and from 8.7 to 10.3 on total REB% for a total increase from 4.2 to 6.0 RPG. And this from the SG position.

Jaylen's WS/48 has nearly doubled this postseason from 0.076 during the regular season to 0.139 for the playoffs.

Simply put, Jaylen is playing smart, aggressive and with confidence and once again playing his best overall basketball during the playoffs. I am amazed at how well Brown plays when the games get bigger and more important.

I am expecting big things from the Brown/Irving backcourt tonight.

Re: Bucks (2-1) at Celtics (1-2) Round 2 Game 4 5/6/19
« Reply #18 on: May 06, 2019, 10:02:27 AM »

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Mark my words, Boston will be allowed to play aggressive D tonight and Giannis will not live at the FT line.
You will see a night and day difference in officiating.

After tonight, if any of you still don't think the NBA nudges these series to last as long as they can, then nothing will convince you.

As for me, I'll be playing some Witcher 3 instead of watching a script I've already read play out.

Re: Bucks (2-1) at Celtics (1-2) Round 2 Game 4 5/6/19
« Reply #19 on: May 06, 2019, 10:07:09 AM »

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Mark my words, Boston will be allowed to play aggressive D tonight and Giannis will not live at the FT line.
You will see a night and day difference in officiating.

After tonight, if any of you still don't think the NBA nudges these series to last as long as they can, then nothing will convince you.

As for me, I'll be playing some Witcher 3 instead of watching a script I've already read play out.
100% agree with this.  Wasn't it a couple of years ago that salary cap actually came in lower than expected because the playoffs were too short?  Not sure it helps the Celtics win but they'll at least be allowed to defend tonight.

Re: Bucks (2-1) at Celtics (1-2) Round 2 Game 4 5/6/19
« Reply #20 on: May 06, 2019, 10:10:33 AM »

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Mark my words, Boston will be allowed to play aggressive D tonight and Giannis will not live at the FT line.
You will see a night and day difference in officiating.

After tonight, if any of you still don't think the NBA nudges these series to last as long as they can, then nothing will convince you.

As for me, I'll be playing some Witcher 3 instead of watching a script I've already read play out.

Who are tonight's officials? That may have bearing on your prediction.

Re: Bucks (2-1) at Celtics (1-2) Round 2 Game 4 5/6/19
« Reply #21 on: May 06, 2019, 10:32:48 AM »

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Mark my words, Boston will be allowed to play aggressive D tonight and Giannis will not live at the FT line.
You will see a night and day difference in officiating.

After tonight, if any of you still don't think the NBA nudges these series to last as long as they can, then nothing will convince you.

As for me, I'll be playing some Witcher 3 instead of watching a script I've already read play out.

Who are tonight's officials? That may have bearing on your prediction.
Zarba, Goble and Fraher are our officials. Can't think of anything about them.

TP for the Witcher 3 though. Perhaps my favourite game of all time

Re: Bucks (2-1) at Celtics (1-2) Round 2 Game 4 5/6/19
« Reply #22 on: May 06, 2019, 10:49:37 AM »

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Mark my words, Boston will be allowed to play aggressive D tonight and Giannis will not live at the FT line.
You will see a night and day difference in officiating.

After tonight, if any of you still don't think the NBA nudges these series to last as long as they can, then nothing will convince you.

As for me, I'll be playing some Witcher 3 instead of watching a script I've already read play out.

Who are tonight's officials? That may have bearing on your prediction.
Zarba, Goble and Fraher are our officials. Can't think of anything about them.

TP for the Witcher 3 though. Perhaps my favourite game of all time

It's great! I really like the heart of stone DLC, that was one of the best stories/quests I've ever played in a game.
Blood and Wine has been pretty good so far, but I've been doing more side stuff than the main quest.

Re: Bucks (2-1) at Celtics (1-2) Round 2 Game 4 5/6/19
« Reply #23 on: May 06, 2019, 10:55:00 AM »

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Mark my words, Boston will be allowed to play aggressive D tonight and Giannis will not live at the FT line.
You will see a night and day difference in officiating.

After tonight, if any of you still don't think the NBA nudges these series to last as long as they can, then nothing will convince you.

As for me, I'll be playing some Witcher 3 instead of watching a script I've already read play out.

Who are tonight's officials? That may have bearing on your prediction.
Zarba, Goble and Fraher are our officials. Can't think of anything about them.

TP for the Witcher 3 though. Perhaps my favourite game of all time

It's great! I really like the heart of stone DLC, that was one of the best stories/quests I've ever played in a game.
Blood and Wine has been pretty good so far, but I've been doing more side stuff than the main quest.
TPs to both of you for excellent taste in games. Blood and wine is also very good, a bit longer and the scenery is simply breathtaking. Hands down best game I've ever played

Re: Bucks (2-1) at Celtics (1-2) Round 2 Game 4 5/6/19
« Reply #24 on: May 06, 2019, 11:05:59 AM »

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Charles Barkley "The Celtics are not going to win another game."

Hopefully, the Celtics organization have this message printed onto a paper and taped onto each of their players' lockers and Brad Stevens' office desk for them all to see.

If that doesn't work them up I don't know what will.

Nobody cares about what that clow says.

Lets get back on track, and send them home thinkin’

Cow or Clown? Or just both?

I actually like Barkley, especially on that TNT crew.

Re: Bucks (2-1) at Celtics (1-2) Round 2 Game 4 5/6/19
« Reply #25 on: May 06, 2019, 11:28:45 AM »

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If they lose tonight, they wont win another game
C/PF-Horford, Baynes, Noel, Theis, Morris,
SF/SG- Tatum, Brown, Hayward, Smart, Semi, Clark
PG- Irving, Rozier, Larkin

Re: Bucks (2-1) at Celtics (1-2) Round 2 Game 4 5/6/19
« Reply #26 on: May 06, 2019, 11:50:13 AM »

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I called Bucks in 5 before the series and I see no reason to change.
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Re: Bucks (2-1) at Celtics (1-2) Round 2 Game 4 5/6/19
« Reply #27 on: May 06, 2019, 12:10:50 PM »

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Mark my words, Boston will be allowed to play aggressive D tonight and Giannis will not live at the FT line.
You will see a night and day difference in officiating.

After tonight, if any of you still don't think the NBA nudges these series to last as long as they can, then nothing will convince you.

As for me, I'll be playing some Witcher 3 instead of watching a script I've already read play out.

Who are tonight's officials? That may have bearing on your prediction.
Zarba, Goble and Fraher are our officials. Can't think of anything about them.

TP for the Witcher 3 though. Perhaps my favourite game of all time
Zarba is pretty trash
everyone got so sensitive after 9-11... thanks alot bin laden

Re: Bucks (2-1) at Celtics (1-2) Round 2 Game 4 5/6/19
« Reply #28 on: May 06, 2019, 12:44:54 PM »

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Mark my words, Boston will be allowed to play aggressive D tonight and Giannis will not live at the FT line.
You will see a night and day difference in officiating.

After tonight, if any of you still don't think the NBA nudges these series to last as long as they can, then nothing will convince you.

As for me, I'll be playing some Witcher 3 instead of watching a script I've already read play out.

Who are tonight's officials? That may have bearing on your prediction.
Zarba, Goble and Fraher are our officials. Can't think of anything about them.

TP for the Witcher 3 though. Perhaps my favourite game of all time
Zarba is pretty trash

I don’t have the stats, but I think Zarba tends to favor home teams

Re: Bucks (2-1) at Celtics (1-2) Round 2 Game 4 5/6/19
« Reply #29 on: May 06, 2019, 12:56:38 PM »

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Brogdon out again. Hope Hill comes back to earth.

 

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