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    Re: NBA 2011-2012: Where Games Actually Will Happen.

    Quote Originally Posted by BGPu View Post
    Apparently Orlando's outgoing CEO drunk dialed Howard and begged him to stay with the Magic

    http://www.barstoolsports.com/nyc/su...g-him-to-stay/
    I was laughing at this this morning . I wonder what he said, it must've been really inappropriate for him to resign.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chazbot View Post
    The schedules are out for all the teams. Man, they are cramming a lot of games in. Didn't seem so apparent until actually seeing the schedule.

    Here's links to the various TV schedules. Will probably do like last year and highlight nationally televised games each week.

    http://www.nba.com/schedules/nationa...ABC/index.html
    http://www.nba.com/schedules/nationa...SPN/index.html
    http://www.nba.com/schedules/nationa...TNT/index.html

    Hot damn!
    No Rockets

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    Re: NBA 2011-2012: Where Games Actually Will Happen.

    We got us a Blue Devil.

    Shane Battier, welcome to Miami.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rian Fike View Post
    We got us a Blue Devil.

    Shane Battier, welcome to Miami.
    I guess they won't be playing with a point guard in crunch time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chazbot View Post
    I guess they won't be playing with a point guard in crunch time.
    You may be surprised:

    http://www.miamiherald.com/2011/06/2...rris-cole.html

    Right now, we move Bosh to center and lock down anyone with Cole, Wade, Lebron, Shane, and Bosh. And the Dalembert shoe has yet to drop.

    Bosh is ready for that, you'll see.

    Personally, I don't think there will be much crunch time this season for the Heat. This defense will cause 20 point leads most nights.

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    Re: NBA 2011-2012: Where Games Actually Will Happen.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rian Fike View Post
    You may be surprised:

    http://www.miamiherald.com/2011/06/2...rris-cole.html

    Right now, we move Bosh to center and lock down anyone with Cole, Wade, Lebron, Shane, and Bosh. And the Dalembert shoe has yet to drop.

    Bosh is ready for that, you'll see.

    Personally, I don't think there will be much crunch time this season for the Heat. This defense will cause 20 point leads most nights.
    they should amnesty Bosh
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    Re: NBA 2011-2012: Where Games Actually Will Happen.

    Any chance of Paul coming to the Celtics?

    I like Rondo, but I just read an article that made a pretty convincing case for CP3.

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    Re: NBA 2011-2012: Where Games Actually Will Happen.

    I don't really see it happening. I don't think Ainge is willing to part ways with Rondo.

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    Re: NBA 2011-2012: Where Games Actually Will Happen.

    Quote Originally Posted by dougmac View Post
    they should amnesty Bosh
    The jokes were never that funny, and they will be irrelevant this year. If anyone really follows the game, Bosh is a serious quality player. In fact, even with all the stupidity, he was voted #24 in the league:

    http://espn.go.com/nba/story/_/id/70...rankings-chart

    Enjoy the idiocy if you must, but if we are talking basketball I want Bosh on my team every time.

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    Woohoo! Bought my Mavs tickets for the year. It's expensive to be the Champs. Only could afford two games. Against the Blazers on Feb 11 and against the Spurs on Mar 17.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rian Fike View Post
    You may be surprised:

    http://www.miamiherald.com/2011/06/2...rris-cole.html

    Right now, we move Bosh to center and lock down anyone with Cole, Wade, Lebron, Shane, and Bosh. And the Dalembert shoe has yet to drop.

    Bosh is ready for that, you'll see.

    Personally, I don't think there will be much crunch time this season for the Heat. This defense will cause 20 point leads most nights.
    Snarky answer: Yeah, they need to get those 20-point leads to avoid LeBron wilting if the game is close.

    Thought out answer: This is good unless they come up against a team in the playoffs with a dominant center. If Chicago somehow traded for Dwight (still think that's a less likely scenario), then that lineup will get brutalized by Howard and Rose. Of course then you wouldn't need Battier out on the floor to guard Hedo's trade-included carcass.

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