The 2017 NBA playoffs thread

Discussion in 'Phoenix Suns' started by Ronin, Apr 20, 2017.

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    Popavich was raving about how dastardly Zaza was for closing out on Kawhi the way he did, too. He's the last person who claim being wronged by such a thing when he harbored the inventor of 'foot in the landing zone', Bowen, on his team as well as the most extreme and dangerous flopper of all time in Genobilli. It's too bad the incident gave GSWs a further advantage because it could have been a great series, but if has to happen to someone, Pops is the most deserving. I watched the replay several times and the number of steps ZZ took fit with the amount of momentum he had so maybe a common foul. Heck, just by the sheer frequency that Bowen had a foot under a landing opponent, you know it was purposeful - and it looked intentional most times, too.
     
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    Warriors and Cavaliers: combined 19-0 this postseason. This is the first time in postseason history two teams started 9-0 or better.
     
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    Andre Iguodala went through all of Warriors practice today, Zaza Pachulia went through part of it. Both questionable for Game 3.
     
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    Celtics are going to need more than Hayward to beat the Monstars next year.
     
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    this is beyond pathetic.

    I can't ever remember another team being down 30 in BOTH of their first 2 HOME GAMES in ANY series in my life.
     
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    Boston being undressed. Cute little gimmick.

    I mean really who could Boston beat in the west I don't think they could hang with GS, The Spurs, The Rockets, The Clippers and I don't think they could of beat Memphis

    In a series with OKC and UTAH I think those might be even money
     
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