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    San Antonio Drops 147

    San Antonio beats Golden State 147-116 for the highest scoring total of the season. No suprise it came against golden state, but crazy non the less.

    San Antonio had 8 players in double figures, leading the way was Ginobli. This is not a bash Golden State thread, just wanted to see what people though of this.

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    Against Golden State... most teams could drop 125 but usually put in their bench. Considering the Spurs have a solid bench... no real surprise to me. I would've thought GS had dropped at least 150 or Denver or Cleveland.

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    I think the highes before was 146 which happened twice. I know Golden State did it and than Atlanta did it to Toronto

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    did curry play? that might as well be a d-league team cause most of their team came from the d league!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntwanN21 View Post
    I think the highes before was 146 which happened twice. I know Golden State did it and than Atlanta did it to Toronto
    http://www.nba.com/games/20100316/MI...#nbaGIboxscore

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    No. The Suns put up 152 a couple nights ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntwanN21 View Post
    I think the highes before was 146 which happened twice. I know Golden State did it and than Atlanta did it to Toronto
    Don't forget Phoenix just scored 152 the other night...

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    woah i havent watched basketball in a couple days, missed that completely, wow 152, alright thanks guys, close thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by valade16 View Post
    Don't forget Phoenix just scored 152 the other night...
    This

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    That's pretty crazy. Bad defense for sure

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    Quote Originally Posted by avrpatsfan View Post
    That's pretty crazy. Bad defense for sure
    the reason this high score total happened is because the warriors shot blockers are all injured...

    randolph, turiaf, and biedrins are all injured...

    san an just had to attack the rim and they were going to have a high scoring total no matter what

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    Crazy, just looked at the box score such a balanced scoring attack from SA, pretty impressive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iggypop123 View Post
    did curry play? that might as well be a d-league team cause most of their team came from the d league!
    They have 3 d-league guys in Tolliver, Hunter, and Williams. I wouldn't say most of their team came from the d-league.
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    Another stellar defensive performance from the Dubs.

    At least my fantasy team (which includes Monta) is doing well...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Agar81 View Post
    They have 3 d-league guys in Tolliver, Hunter, and Williams. I wouldn't say most of their team came from the d-league.
    Well, C.J. Watson also came from the D-League (albeit not this year), and Devean George might as well have. Considering they only had 8 players tonight, and their two bigs were indeed D-Leaguers earlier this year and were going against the greatest PF ever (and the Dubs didn't even have Curry tonight to run their offense), I'm less than surprised by this score.

    This team cannot wait for the off-season. Please buy this team Ellison, PLEASE.

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