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  1. #1
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    Thumbs up Sixers @ Warriors

    My bad fam, been out of the loop all week due to work. Back on my grizzly.

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    I'm hoping for total destruction of the Sixers. I want the end of the bench to get a lot of play.

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    It's fun watching a team being run like the Warriors, with people and the ball in constant motion.

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    Sixers @ Warriors

    Embiid's turnovers and bad shots is hurting the Phillies. Simmons is the real deal that we must contain in the future. When Steph is on the court, his play allow his teammates to get better easier shots like tonight...

    Loving my Dubs!!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Scoots View Post
    It's fun watching a team being run like the Warriors, with people and the ball in constant motion.
    Yes but it helps when Swaggy P streaky shots is hot like tonight for sure


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    Looney, Casspi, McGee, Young, Livingston, McCaw, West ... another game where the bench stepped up.

    I haven't seen a team play with an opponent like this since the 90s Bulls.

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    The Warriors are averaging a 21 point margin over this 5 game stretch ... they mess around for the 1st half, destroy the third, and coast through the 4th over a demoralized opponent. Imagine if they give every minute full effort?

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    Are you Stylez?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Scoots View Post
    The Warriors are averaging a 21 point margin over this 5 game stretch ... they mess around for the 1st half, destroy the third, and coast through the 4th over a demoralized opponent. Imagine if they give every minute full effort?
    They scored 135 points against an above average team, while shooting 40% the first 8-9 minutes of the game, turning the ball over 23 times, and sitting their best scorers the entire 4th quarter.

    Honestly they dont have to play full effort every minute- but with how efficiently they score, if they just cut 1/2 of their turnovers through out the game......I dont most teams would be able to stay with them after the first 10 minutes or so. It would be double digit lead from the end of the 1st quarter through out the game

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    Quote Originally Posted by likemystylez View Post
    They scored 135 points against an above average team, while shooting 40% the first 8-9 minutes of the game, turning the ball over 23 times, and sitting their best scorers the entire 4th quarter.

    Honestly they dont have to play full effort every minute- but with how efficiently they score, if they just cut 1/2 of their turnovers through out the game......I dont most teams would be able to stay with them after the first 10 minutes or so. It would be double digit lead from the end of the 1st quarter through out the game
    TANKING DUDE. You're asking the Warriors to tank. What is wrong with you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MackShock View Post
    TANKING DUDE. You're asking the Warriors to tank. What is wrong with you?
    ummm if you believe I asked them to tank- then all I am doing is asking them to tank less than they already are

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    Awww ... it seems some of us are actually growing up.

    The Sixers were so aggressive on going for passes that the Warriors had to adjust from what they'd been able to get away with against other teams. When something works against almost every team it's not surprising that it would be a common event.

    The lack of Iguodala mixed up the 1st half rotation too so that probably caused some of the issue in the first half. In addition Zaza's stone hands and difficulty staying with Embiid resulted in extra shots.

    There are going to be things in pretty much every game that don't work. Every once in a while everything works and the result is total domination of an opponent right out of the gate ... but that's pretty rare.

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