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DerekRE_3
01-26-2010, 04:16 AM
Los Angeles (Lakers) @ Washington 7:00 PM NBA TV
Minnesota @ New York 7:30 PM
Milwaukee @ Dallas 8:30 PM
Charlotte @ Phoenix 9:00 PM
Golden State @ Sacramento 10:00 PM

thedfactor
01-26-2010, 04:35 AM
Los Angeles (Lakers) @ Washington 7:00 PM NBA TV
Minnesota @ New York 7:30 PM
Milwaukee @ Dallas 8:30 PM
Charlotte @ Phoenix 9:00 PM
Golden State @ Sacramento 10:00 PM

Note: The Kings game is in Sactown, not GS

DerekRE_3
01-26-2010, 04:40 AM
Los Angeles (Lakers) @ Washington 7:00 PM NBA TV
Minnesota @ New York 7:30 PM
Milwaukee @ Dallas 8:30 PM
Charlotte @ Phoenix 9:00 PM
Golden State @ Sacramento 10:00 PM

Note: The Kings game is in Sactown, not GS

Ah yeah my bad thanks for point that out. :cheers:

Wilson
01-26-2010, 09:48 AM
I'm looking forward to the Laker game tonight, it's always good to see Caron Butler again. Hopefully we continue to feed the big men like we did early in Toronto.

Ryan328
01-26-2010, 10:13 AM
Los Angeles (Lakers) @ Washington 7:00 PM NBA TV
Minnesota @ New York 7:30 PM
Milwaukee @ Dallas 8:30 PM
Charlotte @ Phoenix 9:00 PM
Golden State @ Sacramento 10:00 PM

Jays Claw
01-26-2010, 12:35 PM
LA Lakers @ Washington
Minnesota @ New York
Milwaukee @ Dallas
Charlotte @ Phoenix
Golden State @ Sacramento

GodsSon
01-26-2010, 01:33 PM
Los Angeles (Lakers) @ Washington 7:00 PM NBA TV
Minnesota @ New York 7:30 PM
Milwaukee @ Dallas 8:30 PM
Charlotte @ Phoenix 9:00 PM
Golden State @ Sacramento 10:00 PM

RadiantShot
01-26-2010, 04:53 PM
Los Angeles (Lakers) @ Washington 7:00 PM NBA TV
Minnesota @ New York 7:30 PM
Milwaukee @ Dallas 8:30 PM
Charlotte @ Phoenix 9:00 PM
Golden State @ Sacramento 10:00 PM

jimbobjarree
01-26-2010, 05:16 PM
Los Angeles (Lakers) @ Washington 7:00 PM NBA TV
Minnesota @ New York 7:30 PM
Milwaukee @ Dallas 8:30 PM
Charlotte @ Phoenix 9:00 PM
Golden State @ Sacramento 10:00 PM

that would be a perfect night

-Kobe24-TJ19-
01-26-2010, 05:23 PM
Los Angeles (Lakers) @ Washington 7:00 PM NBA TV
Minnesota @ New York 7:30 PM
Milwaukee @ Dallas 8:30 PM
Charlotte @ Phoenix 9:00 PM
Golden State @ Sacramento 10:00 PM

thedfactor
01-26-2010, 05:46 PM
Lakers have been shaky on the road, not resembling the team they are at home. But I don't see the Wizards pulling out a win.

The Bucks might have that Dirk game winner in Wisconsin stuck in their minds...or not. Either way if Dallas doesn't win this one, something is seriously wrong with the team, despite a 29-15 record(only +3.0 diff).

I expect the Kings coming off a 0-6 road trip to play well for the home crowd against a Ellis-less Warriors team that probably has as many D-League players are the rest of the league combined. The Evans/Curry matchup will be fun to see. If Kevin Martin struggles once again, do the Kings start fielding offers??

cheerio
01-26-2010, 06:32 PM
Los Angeles (Lakers) @ Washington 7:00 PM NBA TV
Minnesota @ New York 7:30 PM
Milwaukee @ Dallas 8:30 PM
Charlotte @ Phoenix 9:00 PM
Golden State @ Sacramento 10:00 PM

JWO35
01-26-2010, 07:07 PM
Los Angeles (Lakers) @ Washington 7:00 PM NBA TV
Minnesota @ New York 7:30 PM
Milwaukee @ Dallas 8:30 PM
Charlotte @ Phoenix 9:00 PM
Golden State @ Sacramento 10:00 PM

DerekRE_3
01-26-2010, 08:48 PM
Lakers have been shaky on the road, not resembling the team they are at home. But I don't see the Wizards pulling out a win.

The Bucks might have that Dirk game winner in Wisconsin stuck in their minds...or not. Either way if Dallas doesn't win this one, something is seriously wrong with the team, despite a 29-15 record(only +3.0 diff).

I expect the Kings coming off a 0-6 road trip to play well for the home crowd against a Ellis-less Warriors team that probably has as many D-League players are the rest of the league combined. The Evans/Curry matchup will be fun to see. If Kevin Martin struggles once again, do the Kings start fielding offers??

Geoff Petrie is a pretty patient GM, if Martin is traded, I would bet on him being traded in the offseason if he is traded at all. I'd also bet on him being traded for a big, not another wing. The Kings desperately need a big man that can defend and rebound.

thedfactor
01-26-2010, 09:00 PM
Geoff Petrie is a pretty patient GM, if Martin is traded, I would bet on him being traded in the offseason if he is traded at all. I'd also bet on him being traded for a big, not another wing. The Kings desperately need a big man that can defend and rebound.Exactly. I know the Wolves would trade Al Jefferson for an elite SG. Martin could fit that bill, but would the Kings think Big Al could be the answer at center next to JT?

_KB24_
01-26-2010, 09:03 PM
If Lakers lose, I'm going to on an official hiatus for atleast a month.

Wilson
01-26-2010, 09:06 PM
If Lakers lose, I'm going to on an official hiatus for atleast a month.

It looks like you're safe at the moment...

thedfactor
01-26-2010, 09:11 PM
Knicks up 40-16 after one lol

DerekRE_3
01-26-2010, 09:14 PM
Exactly. I know the Wolves would trade Al Jefferson for an elite SG. Martin could fit that bill, but would the Kings think Big Al could be the answer at center next to JT?

Yeah there have been people in the Kings forum proposing an Al Jeff for Martin swap, or something at least centered around it. I'm not sure if Jefferson is the answer, at least on defense. He seems to be more of an offensive minded player. As far as JT goes...I've been really disappointed with him lately. He really needs to grow up and get tougher mentally. If things don't go his way he just crumbles and he's always taking himself out of games with fouls. It doesn't help him that he complains too much to the refs either...What ends up happening is on defense he gets so worried about fouling that he doesn't play defense.

DerekRE_3
01-27-2010, 12:57 AM
Bobcats with a huge win in Phoenix in OT.