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{The Official 2021-22 NBA Thread} - Finals: Warriors vs Celtics…{4-2 advantage warriors } Dubs NBA champs, Curry MVP

durham

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Grown men comparing looks is moist as fuck. Also using your wife as a backstop is ridiculous. Same girl since 10th grade is :smh: Draymonds girl is fine too. Shit they both rich, or course their women are going to be attractive. Perk is going to lose his job with all that foul language and threat shit. Keep it to basketball.


Calling him an ogre is going tad far, imo. Is it now cool for the white man to say knuckle dragging then? Or is the rule that only Black people can disparage each other using animalistic references? Is this the same only we can call each other n...a? These cats just can't enjoy making millions to play. Everyone has to become fake.tough guy:smh:
 

Goingmark40

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:lol::lol::lol:i be forgetting these old beefs draymond been involved in. and u gotta love when it's in the game also. beefing with sports personalities is kind of meh to me but if it gets them fired up and playing better....run with it. that being said just watching all the games....the west just don't have the physicality and defense that the eastern conference teams are displaying. jason kidd has coached that dallas team wayyyyy up and into a game 7 for the west finals with one superstar and a bunch of roll players.....lol. i had phoenix...still do but they got to get better scoring in that post. ayton gonna have to dominate
 

Day_Carver

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Grown men comparing looks is moist as fuck. Also using your wife as a backstop is ridiculous. Same girl since 10th grade is :smh: Draymonds girl is fine too. Shit they both rich, or course their women are going to be attractive. Perk is going to lose his job with all that foul language and threat shit. Keep it to basketball.




Calling him an ogre is going tad far, imo. Is it now cool for the white man to say knuckle dragging then? Or is the rule that only Black people can disparage each other using animalistic references? Is this the same only we can call each other n...a? These cats just can't enjoy making millions to play. Everyone has to become fake.tough guy:smh:
It’s not the same but it isn’t cool either…
 

pookie

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The knock on him was his wingspan was 6'4 and he's 6'6. Scouts are big on wingspan so having a smaller wingspan than your height is a negative. They also didn't believe he had the lateral quickness to be a good defender.
Oh ok, I've been looking at Bane and saying I know he's at least 6'3 but he looks like one of those lil short musclemen that you see in the gym, dude got short arms compared to the rest of his body..lol

But the game is so much easier if he just takes layups lol
Because Steph is on the court there are so many easy shots

Ppl wonder why Steph isn't hitting a Million 3s?
It's because teams are doing the pack the perimeter against him. He isn't open at any point pass half court lol
Draymond in game 5 was wide open in the lane the entire game

Just make some damn short jumpers and layups
I said last year that Draymond could score 10-15 points just by faking a pass and then going straight to basket because as soon as he turns to make the pass the whole defense sprints out leaving the lane wide open
 

largebillsonlyplease

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Oh ok, I've been looking at Bane and saying I know he's at least 6'3 but he looks like one of those lil short musclemen that you see in the gym, dude got short arms compared to the rest of his body..lol



I said last year that Draymond could score 10-15 points just by faking a pass and then going straight to basket because as soon as he turns to make the pass the whole defense sprints out leaving the lane wide open
He could easily average 20 ppg without taking anything away
Like we don't need him to have the ball to make the offense go

Steph with the ball and Steph anywhere on the court makes the offense go
 
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pookie

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:lol::lol::lol:i be forgetting these old beefs draymond been involved in. and u gotta love when it's in the game also. beefing with sports personalities is kind of meh to me but if it gets them fired up and playing better....run with it. that being said just watching all the games....the west just don't have the physicality and defense that the eastern conference teams are displaying. jason kidd has coached that dallas team wayyyyy up and into a game 7 for the west finals with one superstar and a bunch of roll players.....lol. i had phoenix...still do but they got to get better scoring in that post. ayton gonna have to dominate
Perkins is one of the biggest idiots on a network full of idiots…
These former players are getting worse than the analyst that didn't play with all that slick talk they be doing, they do it for the same reason the nonplaying analyst do to get a reaction from the player and like Draymond said boost their ratings. Perkins is awful and just says all kinds of bs and feels that since he is a former player people should listen and believe him
 

Complex

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Grown men comparing looks is moist as fuck. Also using your wife as a backstop is ridiculous. Same girl since 10th grade is :smh: Draymonds girl is fine too. Shit they both rich, or course their women are going to be attractive. Perk is going to lose his job with all that foul language and threat shit. Keep it to basketball.




Calling him an ogre is going tad far, imo. Is it now cool for the white man to say knuckle dragging then? Or is the rule that only Black people can disparage each other using animalistic references? Is this the same only we can call each other n...a? These cats just can't enjoy making millions to play. Everyone has to become fake.tough guy:smh:
He was triggered. Dude definitely has been called ugly a lot.
 

BlackGoku

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I'm not sure if @jack walsh13 has seen this, but... :smh:

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Doc Rivers to return as coach of the Philadelphia 76ers, president Daryl Morey says

  • Tim BontempsESPN
CAMDEN, N.J. -- Philadelphia 76ers president of basketball operations Daryl Morey said coach Doc Rivers will return next season for a third year with the franchise.
"I just think he's a great coach," Morey said during Friday's exit interviews after the Sixers were eliminated the previous night on their home court by the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference semifinals. "I love working with him. I feel like I'm learning from him. I think [general manager] Elton [Brand] and I and him make a great team, and we're gonna see where this journey takes us.
"But we feel very good about where it's gonna take us, and it's gonna be where we have a very good chance to win the title."
That has been the goal each of the past two seasons in Philadelphia, since Morey arrived from the Houston Rockets and Rivers from the LA Clippers: to take this team to level it hasn't reached in a generation. The 76ers haven't made it past the second round of the playoffs -- where they've now lost four times in five years -- since reaching the NBA Finals in 2001.
The 76ers haven't won an NBA championship since 1983.
Morey reiterated that goal when he traded Ben Simmons, Seth Curry, Andre Drummond and two first-round draft picks for James Harden in this season's blockbuster deal at the trade deadline.
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On Friday, Morey repeatedly said the 76ers are looking forward to spending the offseason finding ways to "unlock" Harden, who was underwhelming in the playoffs (18.6 points, 8.6 assists), and to clean up the fit alongside superstar center Joel Embiid.
When asked several times directly if that meant Harden has more levels to reach or if fans should come to lower their expectations for the former NBA MVP moving forward, Morey artfully danced around the question without answering it.
Instead, Morey said he is looking forward to Rivers and his staff finding ways to use Harden.
"Look. He's an incredibly talented player," Morey said. "Just like Joel, just like Tobias [Harris]. And I'm excited for Doc and his staff to have a whole offseason to work with the players and come up with the best plan for the roster we'll have. ... Having it all come together in February makes it very difficult to try and figure out how to ... 'unlock' all the different skills of the players and how they can work together.
"We all know he's a very skilled player, and we'll figure out how to use him."
Morey also followed up on Harden's declaration that, as he weighs what to do with his player option this summer, he will be back in Philadelphia next season.
"That's the plan, is to have him back," Morey said. "That's been the plan since the trade. Obviously, we have to work with his representation and that'll be between us to figure out how that works."
Overall, though, it was a melancholy mood -- as one would expect for a team that bounced out of the playoffs in the manner that it did, with two straight ugly losses to the Heat.
"Well, we're sick," Morey said. "We're here because we have big aspirations. I know our fans do as well. ... That's why we're here. That's why we do this. So it's tough to be here right now. Still emotional.
"[But] look, we're excited about what we can build from here. We think a lot of things that we can improve on and that's myself, that's on [Brand], that's on Coach Rivers. We're going to figure this out. But we feel like there's a lot to build on."
While Philadelphia has a strong foundation to build upon, simply thanks to Embiid's presence, there still is plenty of work to be done. Miami star Jimmy Butler was able to get what he wanted against the 76ers defensively in this series, and perimeter defense was a constant problem all season. Depth also was an issue.
Morey said defense was going to be a focus, while Rivers echoed Embiid's statements that the team needs more toughness moving forward.
"Well, I think it's something that our players can grow," Morey said about a lack of mental toughness being a common theme in exit interviews with players. "I mean, going through losses and how you respond to that and how you take it as your own look in the mirror. I think we all need to look in the mirror and say, 'How can we each be better?' ... And that goes for myself as well."
Ultimately, though, what the 76ers have done the past two seasons is no better than what they did the prior three in terms of how far they've managed to advance in the postseason. But advancing in the playoffs is no easy feat, Rivers said, and requires a learning curve from up and down an organization to do so.
"Because winning is hard," Rivers said. "You just don't show up and you just say, 'OK, guys. We're moving on.' It's hard. We're not the only organization. It's hard to move on. We had an opportunity last year, didn't get it done. This year was tough. I mean, obviously, with all the injuries and stuff, so the answers are easy. It's hard. We're right there. We put ourselves in the argument. And that's all you can do. And then you come back and keep working at it until you get over the mountain.
"Milwaukee, you look at them, it took two or three years to get over the mountain. That's just the way it works. It's not guaranteed to anybody."
 

Day_Carver

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These former players are getting worse than the analyst that didn't play with all that slick talk they be doing, they do it for the same reason the nonplaying analyst do to get a reaction from the player and like Draymond said boost their ratings. Perkins is awful and just says all kinds of bs and feels that since he is a former player people should listen and believe him
True true...
 

D'Evils

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Perkins is one of the biggest idiots on a network full of idiots…
These former players are getting worse than the analyst that didn't play with all that slick talk they be doing, they do it for the same reason the nonplaying analyst do to get a reaction from the player and like Draymond said boost their ratings. Perkins is awful and just says all kinds of bs and feels that since he is a former player people should listen and believe him

 
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christop

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These former players are getting worse than the analyst that didn't play with all that slick talk they be doing, they do it for the same reason the nonplaying analyst do to get a reaction from the player and like Draymond said boost their ratings. Perkins is awful and just says all kinds of bs and feels that since he is a former player people should listen and believe him
Yeah when perkins was working as an independent contractor he was better. When he stopped doing that and became an employee he regressed lol.
 

playahaitian

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So are folk gonna hate on this?

Since 2 black male athletes can never show compassion and civility to each other?​
 

D'Evils

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An entire page about Draymond & Perkins internet beefing. A single night without ball and it gets strange in here.
Wait till Monday when Perk responds on First Take with his mentor Stephen A..

I hope it's not as bad when Durant called him a sellout and he almost started crying about living in a million dollar community "Fighting the Fight" ... Lol

 
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