Holy **** Doug is sweaty as hell in the post game. He needs medical attention.
The way I see it honestly, as long as there are teams like Washington, Cleveland, Toronto, Sacramento, Phoenix and Charlotte we'll never be a bottom 3 squad. And the last couple playoffs were very exciting, I enjoyed the Bulls series, Celtics series and Heat series circa 2011. If we get Bynum healthy, watch Jrue progress, why root for tanking? Why not want to see our team do well and hopefully get into the playoffs at the 7 or 6 seed, avoid Miami, and make a series interesting?
LOL Doug always has me rolling when he is talking about Nick Young and calling him Swaggy. He is so serious about it.
Missed it. Not that upset about it. I'm not sure I like a single player's line. Maybe Lavoy, I guess? Wright gets a pass because I'm glad he's out of the Doug-house. ET's shooting looks lol woeful. Why oh why do we refuse to get to the line?
This was easily the worst Sixers game I have ever been to in my life.
The play of the game was a layup, Spencer Hawes was co-POTG even though he played horrible, and the best part of the night was wheelchair basketball at halftime.
most of you complain waaaay too much. a win is a win. not every game is gonna be pretty espcially with this team i dont get why thats so hard to understand
When you play poorly and win: That's called being lucky. An accident.
yea whatever you say. they won, thats really all i care about right now.
also there was no luck involved last night
Or you can look at the positive of a win like this. They're learning to fight trough nights where things are going poorly. They're finding ways to win games rather than loose them. Heck even earlier this season in a game like this everyone would have packed it in and walked away with the L, now other guys are stepping up and fighting and willing a chance at a W.
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2. Haha. Yeah, whatever you say. The Wizzards handed us the ball 18 times; very few were forced TO's. And we, again, got to the line about 10 times (making 6). We were outrebounded, and our starting SF shot about 26%, while Wall went 3 for 12.
Don't kid yourself.