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  1. #16
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    They're the best team in the league. So whatever they're doing, it's working.

    S E A N....M A Y N E

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    Maybe he get tired fast, lol

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    Because the Clippers are a better offensive team than they are a defensive one.


    Quote Originally Posted by rhymeratic View Post
    Shoot I'd even put up Glen Rice and Mitch Richmond in their prime at or slightly better than James. Even Glenn Robinson who is a forgotten beast.


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    Kobe GOAT LOL
    ^Finally got one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by poleandreel View Post
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    They have beaten maybe 3 good teams during this entire streak. Chicago, even though they aren;t exactly a top teams, Denver..and boston. Neither of which are very good this year.
    Yea buts its still 15-0 and Denver is pretty underrated

    So, just because they are winning the easy games doesn't mean that his rotations can't be improved.
    But they arent just winning, they are obliterating teams and winning streaks like this dont just happen.

    They are 17th in rebounding...you know who is the teams 2nd best rebounder? JORDAN..in only 20 minutes.
    Maybe but maybe rebounding is overrated?
    Yo Kobe, get at me bro, we'd have a good time, man

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    Barnes and 'offensive player' don't go together. He's a cleanup player.

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    Quote Originally Posted by poleandreel View Post
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    They have beaten maybe 3 good teams during this entire streak. Chicago, even though they aren;t exactly a top teams, Denver..and boston. Neither of which are very good this year.

    So, just because they are winning the easy games doesn't mean that his rotations can't be improved. They are 17th in rebounding...you know who is the teams 2nd best rebounder? JORDAN..in only 20 minutes.
    Who cares if they're playing inferior teams, the Clippers could have still lost to ANY of the teams they've played. Just because they're a better team on paper doesn't mean that they're a shoe-in for a win. Even the Heat lost to Washington so I don't get the point of you mentioning the teams they've steamrolled.

    DeAndre Jordan is playing less minutes because they don't need him out on the floor. Also, he's not as versatile as Odom so VDN goes with Odom later in the game. Plus, VDN is able to keep his starters fresh for the stretch run so who cares, they're WINNING. Go complain when the Clippers start losing because Jordan isn't on the floor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by poleandreel View Post
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    They have beaten maybe 3 good teams during this entire streak. Chicago, even though they aren;t exactly a top teams, Denver..and boston. Neither of which are very good this year.

    So, just because they are winning the easy games doesn't mean that his rotations can't be improved. They are 17th in rebounding...you know who is the teams 2nd best rebounder? JORDAN..in only 20 minutes.
    Better teams have played far easier schedules and still failed to amass such a streak you say it as if its just easy.

    Where did the Heat rank in terms of rebounds last season? Oh yea 21st and guess what they went all the way.

    Chronz essentially address your beef with their second best rebounder playing so few minutes. If something isn't broke then why attempt to fix it? The team is winning and that's all that matters.

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    they keep winning, I doubt DeAndre or anyone else will care much.

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    I feel Deandre should be a top 3 center in this league with his size and strength. but Dwight, Bynum(When not bowling), DMC and Tyson Chandler all are FAR better...

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    When he hits the bench they turn into Lob Deep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Everymanalion View Post
    I feel Deandre should be a top 3 center in this league with his size and strength. but Dwight, Bynum(When not bowling), DMC and Tyson Chandler all are FAR better...
    So any 6'4" 220 lbs SG who enters the league should be a top 3 SG?

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    Easy... depth and keeping your investments fresh and healthy early on so they're at full strength late into the season. They're cruising through the league and racking up wins everywhere, they can afford to rest their marquis players so they'll be healthy and available when it matters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swashcuff View Post
    Better teams have played far easier schedules and still failed to amass such a streak you say it as if its just easy.

    Where did the Heat rank in terms of rebounds last season? Oh yea 21st and guess what they went all the way.

    Chronz essentially address your beef with their second best rebounder playing so few minutes. If something isn't broke then why attempt to fix it? The team is winning and that's all that matters.
    Name one team, at the end of the day id rather get the hard teams out of the way at this point in the schedule and have the 4th or 5th best record. All this means is that when they go into the harder part of there schedule they wil no longer have the best record when the season is over. Even with the record and the streak they are probably the 4th best team in the west. Thunder, spurs, and grizzlies. And as a whole they are probably six best. Heat, thunder, knicks, spurs, grizzlies, and than the clippers. The reason being because all those teams I have ahead of them all have played tougher schedules and are only two games on the loss column, except the thunder, and the heat who have one on the loss column. And some teams are doing so with injuries, that cause guys to miss games, the clippers are healthy. I like the clippers, but some people dont realize how easy it has been for them thus far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by poleandreel View Post
    Why does he only get 24 minutes per game? His minutes have not increased at all over the past 3 years and most of his rate stats have improved.

    He is sporting a 98 defensive rating right now and is averaging a career high in points. It's not like they need someone elses offense since they have Blake, CP3, Crawford, Butler, Barnes, Odom, Bledsoe...etc.

    Why pay the guy 43 million to play 20 minutes per game?
    Because they're raping the league right now !

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    Quote Originally Posted by MELO 15 View Post
    Name one team, at the end of the day id rather get the hard teams out of the way at this point in the schedule and have the 4th or 5th best record. All this means is that when they go into the harder part of there schedule they wil no longer have the best record when the season is over. Even with the record and the streak they are probably the 4th best team in the west. Thunder, spurs, and grizzlies. And as a whole they are probably six best. Heat, thunder, knicks, spurs, grizzlies, and than the clippers. The reason being because all those teams I have ahead of them all have played tougher schedules and are only two games on the loss column, except the thunder, and the heat who have one on the loss column. And some teams are doing so with injuries, that cause guys to miss games, the clippers are healthy. I like the clippers, but some people dont realize how easy it has been for them thus far.
    The Pacers, Magic, my 76ers, the Wolves, the Blazers YOUR KNICKS have all faced weaker opponents over the course of this season.

    Injuries happen, but how easy its been for them? Its because their team is so well constructed their players are less likely to face injuries and their coach (cough cough) has actually done an adequate job in limiting his players minutes and playing the matchups/mismatches. With their team's depth and youth its no surprise that they'd have less injury problems than most.

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