How Much is this Killing Chap

Discussion in 'Fantasy Basketball' started by Ouchie-Z-Clown, Jan 16, 2007.

  1. Ouchie-Z-Clown

    Ouchie-Z-Clown I'm better than Mulli!

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    that i'm the only undefeated team? and that despite always starting the wrong player between Q and shareef!

    11-0 baby!



    (i'm sure my bragging will now cost me this week's w, but that's why i decided to brag now while i'm still undefeated)
     
  2. thirty-two

    thirty-two Cranky Contributor

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    I love being in the same divison as the only undefeated team.... NOT!



    ps - good job
     
  3. DevonCardsFan

    DevonCardsFan Registered User

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    I lost week one due to Injury, I should be undeafeted as well. Butler, Carter and Davis tear it up for me
     
  4. green machine

    green machine I rule at posting

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    Ouchie you caught me with all of my good players being injured. And seriously, Quentin Richardson scoring like this is not cool.
     
  5. Ouchie-Z-Clown

    Ouchie-Z-Clown I'm better than Mulli!

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    you've got three nice stars there. i'm really reliant on 'bron and a cast of better-than-expecteds in ben gordon, Q, curry, and bogut. not flashy, but man are they getting the job done.
     
  6. Ouchie-Z-Clown

    Ouchie-Z-Clown I'm better than Mulli!

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    lol. Q was such an afterthought. he's totally hit or miss, but when he hits he piles up the points for me.
     
  7. sly fly

    sly fly Devil Me This

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    None of you stand a chance in hell against the Back Stabbers.
     
  8. Ollie

    Ollie Croissant Eater

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    My one-point defeat against you is still stuck in my throat, Ouchie. :bang:

    I hope we'll meet again during the playoffs, though.

    Looks like I got some chances against your backstabbers, Sly :)
     
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    Ollie Croissant Eater

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    Sly, I hate you !!!
     
  10. DevonCardsFan

    DevonCardsFan Registered User

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    My 12 and 1, (due to injuries week one) against your 13 and 0 team this week, Baron Davis and Vince Carter both have 4 games and Butler has 3, thats pretty much My team Evans and Magloire Suck, this should be interesting!!
     
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  11. DevonCardsFan

    DevonCardsFan Registered User

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    Ouchie things are not looking good for you,

    http://sports.espn.go.com/nba/news/story?id=2748101

    LeBron to sit out Tuesday, listed as day-to-dayAssociated Press


    CLEVELAND -- The Cavaliers put their foot down and told LeBron James to rest his sore toe.

    The All-Star forward was advised by the club's medical staff to rest his sprained right big toe and he was inactive for the Cavaliers' game Tuesday night against Golden State.

    James got hurt during a Jan. 19 game at Denver and he has aggravated the injury by playing in four games since. He missed Friday's game at Philadelphia, but decided to play on Sunday against Phoenix in a nationally televised game and tweaked his toe in the fourth quarter.

    On Monday, James said he was contemplating sitting out a few games to get his toe fully healed. After being advised by team doctors, coach Mike Brown said the club decided to take the decision to play or not out of James' hands.

    "Any time you have a player like that you worry about him trying to do too much," Brown said. "At times you just have to tell him, 'No.' If that's the best thing for him long term and the team, so be it."

    James is listed as day-to-day on the team's injury report and Brown said it's too early to rule him out of any upcoming games.

    "If it was a playoff game, we'd suit him up," Brown said.

    The Cavaliers have gone 7-2 in the nine career games their superstar has missed with injuries since 2003.

    James was not available for comment before the game. On Monday he said the injury had been nagging him.

    "It isn't something I've had in a long time," James said. "When you have a sprain there's not much treatment you can do. It's not like you can get the swelling to go down by icing it. It's a sprain, so it's something that's going to nag on and nag on if you keep playing on it."

    After facing the Warriors, the Cavaliers play at Miami on Thursday before hosting Charlotte on Friday and Detroit this Sunday.

    With the Cavaliers in a slump -- they've dropped seven of 10 -- Brown shook up his lineup by replacing point guard Eric Snow with rookie Daniel Gibson.

    Snow had started 139 straight games dating to the end of the 2004-05 season, and although he wasn't happy with the decision, he promised to support Gibson.

    "My job all along has been to try and get him ready," Snow said. "It's fortunate for him and unfortunate for me. In no way, shape or form am I going to do anything but try to help this team win."

    Brown has been searching from more production at the point, and feels now is the time to see if Gibson can provide some.

    "It's about out time to shake it up a little bit," he said. "Daniel's played well offensively and he's played well defensively. It will be good to get him a look."

    Copyright 2007 by The Associated Press


    Your going against my killer team with no Lebron

    right now its 181.5 to 39.5

    I think I'm going to pop that donut of yours
     
  12. DevonCardsFan

    DevonCardsFan Registered User

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    The slaying has been done!!! Now with the injury to Boozer it should be harder for North Peario Back Stabbers to keep winning as well. I can take this League!!!
     
  13. Ouchie-Z-Clown

    Ouchie-Z-Clown I'm better than Mulli!

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    had to happen sooner or later. now just like the suns, i'll start a new streak.
     
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    MiniDitkas so close to the upset. Why Jason Maxiell was in the lineup, I'll never know. What was I thinking? Launch investigation into tanking.
     
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    aah! not so fast!
    I handed it to the Teabaggers this week.
    Final score: 780-440.5

    yeehaaw!
     

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