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View Poll Results: Which games are you looking forward to the most?

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  • Kings vs Magic

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  • Cavaliers vs Spurs

    3 75.00%
  • Celtics vs Lakers

    1 25.00%
  • Nets vs Thunder

    0 0%
  • Knicks vs Warriors

    1 25.00%
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  1. #76
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    Quote Originally Posted by HandsOnTheWheel View Post
    Who could have possibly known the Lakers are far better without Ball?
    we were at some point 0-8 without lonzo

    now 3 wins without him, Clarkson and Kuzma and Randle have been stepping up
    Quote Originally Posted by NYSpirit1 View Post
    The Knicks were never this bad of a team. They always have been a 48-50 win team stuck in what was a 21-40 team's body.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HandsOnTheWheel View Post
    Who could have possibly known the Lakers are far better without Ball?
    3rd win without ball. 3-8 without him. FACTS

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    Quote Originally Posted by -Kobe24-TJ19- View Post
    we were at some point 0-8 without lonzo

    now 3 wins without him, Clarkson and Kuzma and Randle have been stepping up
    Quote Originally Posted by Lakers + Giants View Post
    3rd win without ball. 3-8 without him. FACTS
    I'm being facetious lol. They have seemingly been winning games since Lavar has stfu though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HandsOnTheWheel View Post
    I'm being facetious lol. They have seemingly been winning games since Lavar has stfu though!
    yea, that's true.

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    so much for the notion the lakers play better with ball huh???? They beat the 4 worst teams then lost 1 with him... he left and now they are beating the likes of the celtics

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    Quote Originally Posted by More-Than-Most View Post
    so much for the notion the lakers play better with ball huh???? They beat the 4 worst teams then lost 1 with him... he left and now they are beating the likes of the celtics
    you have to be trolling. 3-8. Numbers dont lie.

    If they lose tonight they're 2-9 and I GUARANTEE you don't make the post you just made.

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    Alex Caruso > Lonzo Ball

    I think it's a given at this point guys.

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    3-8 > 15-21

    Makes sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lakers + Giants View Post
    3-8 > 15-21

    Makes sense.
    they still suck
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    Quote Originally Posted by ewing View Post
    they still suck
    Whooped the knicks *** by 20 tho.

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    Quote Originally Posted by More-Than-Most View Post
    so much for the notion the lakers play better with ball huh???? They beat the 4 worst teams then lost 1 with him... he left and now they are beating the likes of the celtics
    The C's have been trash for a couple of weeks now. The post Hayward injury concerns seem to be hitting all at once. Right now it's basically Kyrie/Horford and a bunch of inconsistent young players unfortunately. That was a big concern at the beginning of the year with so many rookies/2nd year players.

    Tatum seems to have hit the proverbial rookie wall. Cs need to get some sort of regular scoring from him and Brown to remain competitive until Hayward comes back or else it will be a lot of the same.

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    I just don't see the Celtics being able to flip the "switch" in the playoffs, this year just feels different.

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    It makes me laugh/smile how the what was called the "Titanic" Division a few years ago, have the two best teams in the East bu relatively far .. it should be interesting what happens come playoff time since Cleveland... also all of the other teams that are currently in playoff seeds in the East have experience (other than Philly)
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    Quote Originally Posted by WaDe03 View Post
    I just don't see the Celtics being able to flip the "switch" in the playoffs, this year just feels different.
    I mean, there's no real switch to flip. They have a bunch if young kids they are trying to develop. They are going to have lots of ups/downs during the season. They've overachieved this year (just like last year). That's probably a massive credit to Stevens.

    I don't think their issues, especially offensively, would be as pronounced with a healthy Hayward but such is life. The young guns are getting valuable experience so hopefully it pays offs down the road.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PAOboston View Post
    I mean, there's no real switch to flip. They have a bunch if young kids they are trying to develop. They are going to have lots of ups/downs during the season. They've overachieved this year (just like last year). That's probably a massive credit to Stevens.

    I don't think their issues, especially offensively, would be as pronounced with a healthy Hayward but such is life. The young guns are getting valuable experience so hopefully it pays offs down the road.

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    Yea I'm just being sarcastic because thats what everyone keeps trying to convince themselves about the Cavs

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