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    Game 12 (11-21-12): Sixers (7-4) @ Cavaliers (2-8)







    Injury Report

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    Andrew Bynum, C: Out (knee)
    Jason Richardson, G: Probable (head)

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    Kyrie Irving, G: Out (finger)
    Tristan Thompson, F: Probable (nose)
    Luke Harangody, F: Out (knee)

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    I wasn't sure how the starting lineups are going to look tonight, so I took a shot in the dark. Doug mentioned there would be a change or two, so I'm guessing Kwame is being taken out for Hawes. Wasn't sure if there would be any other changes, but the lineup with Hawes inserted is actually the most successful lineup of the year so far statistically, so I can see it being this. As for Cleveland, after Kyrie there is a bunch of slop basically, so I just plugged in the 2nd PG in the depth chart. They may start Pargo instead. Or they may switch Waiters to PG and start another wing.

    Side note: Finally figured out how to splice the image so that it automatically appears full size. Woo!

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    Maybe ET...who's been largely unspectacular...is replaced.

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    That lineup for Cleveland, good Lord looks like something out of the D League.

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    no let down. put them away early and rest up for OKC.

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    The sixers need to come out, and play a solid strong game from start to finish. To many times this season the sixers have played from behind having to play catch up to bad teams. We need low post big man help in the worst way it would clearly make life alot easier for us.

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    Game 12 (11-21-12): Sixers (7-4) @ Cavaliers (2-8)

    Only thing I'm nervous about for this game is playing on no rest after a very tiring game from last night. We'll see how much of a factor that is as we clearly have the talent advantage, especially since there's no Kyrie. Also, Varejao on the glass is gonna give us headaches for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RickyPrior View Post
    Maybe ET...who's been largely unspectacular...is replaced.

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    Uve lost me with this....

    Why does ET and only ET have to be spectacular in ur point of view?

    Besides holiday no one has been spectacular... Has nick young been spectacular? Or dorell wright? Or have they just been more spectacular than ET (debatable, but probably not).

    So i dont know who u replace ET with, since whoever u put in his place should be "spectacular"

    U dont hold anybody else to such an insane standard as u do ET.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BChydro86 View Post
    Uve lost me with this....

    Why does ET and only ET have to be spectacular in ur point of view?

    Besides holiday no one has been spectacular... Has nick young been spectacular? Or dorell wright? Or have they just been more spectacular than ET (debatable, but probably not).

    So i dont know who u replace ET with, since whoever u put in his place should be "spectacular"

    U dont hold anybody else to such an insane standard as u do ET.
    Being 'spectacular' isn't necessary. But Wright has been better than 'unspectacular'. Let's go with him.

    I also think Hawes starts (since Lavoy has also been 'unspectacular', and DC probably doesn't love Kwame.)

    I also like Lavoy and ET off the bench. Better spots for them, imo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RickyPrior View Post
    Being 'spectacular' isn't necessary. But Wright has been better than 'unspectacular'. Let's go with him.

    I also think Hawes starts (since Lavoy has also been 'unspectacular', and DC probably doesn't love Kwame.)

    I also like Lavoy and ET off the bench. Better spots for them, imo.
    and ET hasnt?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2-ONE-5 View Post
    and ET hasnt?
    nah

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    12 points on 3-13 shooting in the last 4 for Dorrell. 31-93 shooting (.333) for the season, and 20-56 (.357) on threes. For a guy whose major drawcard is shooting. And it's not like he's been playing amazing D or anything.

    Maybe Doug would put him in to start in hopes that mixing things up would kick-start him and kick-start ET, but he wouldn't be doing it because he's been 'better than unspectacular' - he hasn't. He's been decidedly mediocre.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bholly View Post
    12 points on 3-13 shooting in the last 4 for Dorrell. 31-93 shooting (.333) for the season, and 20-56 (.357) on threes. For a guy whose major drawcard is shooting. And it's not like he's been playing amazing D or anything.

    Maybe Doug would put him in to start in hopes that mixing things up would kick-start him and kick-start ET, but he wouldn't be doing it because he's been 'better than unspectacular' - he hasn't. He's been decidedly mediocre.
    Doug isn't happy with the starters. Jrue has been the MVP, followed closely by JRich and Hawes is the only potential Big starter.

    Who's left to replace?

    ET has been no better than Wright, who's been no better than ET. So maybe DC looks for a chemistry thing.

    It'll be an interesting exercise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RickyPrior View Post
    Doug isn't happy with the starters. Jrue has been the MVP, followed closely by JRich and Hawes is the only potential Big starter.

    Who's left to replace?

    ET has been no better than Wright, who's been no better than ET. So maybe DC looks for a chemistry thing.

    It'll be an interesting exercise.
    Almost true.
    If you adjust Wright's numbers to Evan's minutes they'd be averaging the same amount of points and rebounds, but Evan would still edge him in assists (4 to 1), shooting percentages (40%/33%FG, 45%/ 36%3pt) and PER (14.8 to 9.8).

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeoulBeatz View Post
    Almost true.
    If you adjust Wright's numbers to Evan's minutes they'd be averaging the same amount of points and rebounds, but Evan would still edge him in assists (4 to 1), shooting percentages (40%/33%FG, 45%/ 36%3pt) and PER (14.8 to 9.8).
    I'm guessing ET's higher assists come while he runs the point...which he'd do off the bench anyway. Shooting percentage is no doubt attributed to consistent distance of the non-3 shooting. But overall, now that I think of it, ET's probably been more productive overall.

    But I do think DC might prefer Wright's energy and the fact he fits into their (undisciplined) halfcourt better. ET often becomes a black hole when he tries to force the issue. He has also never been involved in a fast break...which looked pretty good last night.

    Plus, I just believe DC doesn't like ET so much. Could be that incessant whining/crying/complaining.

    I know that's what does it for me.

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