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Friday, May 11th, 2012 at 9:48 am  |  82 responses

Post Up: Sixers, Cs Move On

Boston and Philadelphia punch second-round bids, while Denver forces a Game 7 with L.A.

Sixers 79, Bulls 78 (PHI wins 4-2)

It was a tough way to go out. That’s all you can really say about the manner in which the Chicago Bulls lost to the Philadelphia 76ers in Game 6 at Wells Fargo Center.

Injuries to Chicago’s key players had all about eliminated any championship aspirations they held, but even without Derrick Rose and Joakim Noah, and with Luol Deng and Taj Gibson at less than 100 percent, the Bulls still should have been able to push the series to a deciding Game 7 on the United Center floor.

But it was not to be.

Sticking to the pattern of their previous three losses, Chicago lost the game in the fourth quarter—although in Game 6, with seconds ticking away on the clock to secure the lead, some questionable decision-making on the part of backup point guard CJ Watson is ultimately what led to the Bulls demise.

Watson took some bad shots throughout the game, going 2-11 from the field and finishing with 6 points. But with the Bulls nursing a one-point lead with seconds to go in regulation and the Sixers trying to foul intentionally in the backcourt, instead of waiting until the foul came so that he could go to the free throw line and ice the ganme, Watson dribbled the length of the floor (after a no-call on a Jrue Holiday intentional foul) and passed the ball off to Omer Asik, who was fouled on a shot attempt at the rim.

It was another episode of “when the right basketball play goes wrong” and worth noting that Omer Asik is a 46 percent free throw shooter, while Watson shoots 81 percent.

Asik—as expected—bricked both free-throws, and Andre Iguodala secured the rebound, dribbled the length of the floor, was subsequently fouled by Asik and drained his two free throws to seal the Sixers victory.

Gone fishin’, just like that.

Aside from Watson’s mental lapse, Carlos Boozer picked a bad night to have his worst offensive game of the series. Boozer was 1-11 from the field and was benched in favor of Taj Gibson in the fourth quarter. $80 million just doesn’t buy what it used to.

Game 6 was a mirror of Chicago’s entire first-round series: what could go wrong, did go wrong. Now the Bulls have a long time to think about it. —Bryan Crawford (@_BryanCrawford)

Celtics 83, Hawks 80 (BOS wins 4-2)

The city of Atlanta has a not-so-secret lil’ secret: its teams suck in big games. Over the last five years, in fact, Georgia Tech’s football and basketball teams, the Falcons, Braves and Hawks have combined for a rather tragic 21-40 record in Playoff, Bowl and NCAA Tournament games. Needless to say, the Georgia capital has come to expect disappointment on the most important stages.

By the first timeout of Game 6 though, this semi-pleasant thought had to pop into Hawks fans’ heads: “Well, at least Atlanta decided to show up.” A 23-20 first-quarter lead was worlds better than the last visit to Beantown, a 101-79 trouncing on Sunday. In Thursday’s first half, Marvin Williams had 11 points and Josh Smith grabbed a gang of rebounds. The early turnovers hurt their cause, but the team stayed active and aggressive. Then again, so too did Paul Pierce (12 first-half points), MVP of the series, and Kevin Garnett (11 first-half points), MVP of the game. 47-41 Boston at the break.

With Atlanta’s recent sports struggles hovering above TD Garden, you couldn’t help but wonder when the Hawks would throw in the towel. KG (28 points, 14 boards, 5 blocks) and the Celtics did keep slugging in the second half, but Marvin (16 points), Joe Johnson (17 points) and Al Horford (15 points, 9 rebounds) took every punch. The team just would not fall. Maybe, just maybe, this one was gonna finally turn out differently for the Ha… Alas, in typical Atlanta fashion, Josh Smith drew a tech for arguing with the ref from the sideline. The team would still keep it tight, even take a brief 79-76 lead, but the combination of KG, PP and good ol’ made free throws was simply too much to overcome.

Some will look at Josh’s two blunders—his other mistake was an ill advised 20-footer that clanked late in the contest—or Al’s missed free throw as the reasons for the loss. Some will insist Joe going scoreless in the fourth quarter was the problem. Most will just say the Celts were the better team and rightfully deserve to play Philly in the Eastern Conference semis. All of that sounds great, but the city of Atlanta knows the real reason the Hawks’ season is over—because it’s the Hawks! They weren’t supposed to win. No team from Atlanta is ever supposed to win. The quicker we all realize that, the quicker we can get over the Braves, Falcons and Yellow Jackets failing when it counts most in a few months. –DeMarco Williams (@demarcowill)

Nuggets 113, Lakers 96 (Series tied 3-3)

It didn’t take long. The Denver Nuggets came out and punched the Lakers in the mouth on Thursday night, sprinting to a 12-0 lead to start the game, never giving up their lead and forcing a Game 7 after a decisive 113-96 victory. Denver point guard Ty Lawson hit four 3-pointers in the first quarter for the Nuggets, finishing with a career Playoff-high 32 points. “They blitzkrieged us at the start of the game,” Kobe Bryant said.

Bryant—who played the game with a stomach virus that caused him to miss the team’s morning shoot around—posted an honorable effort with 31 points, but his teammates struggled for the most part. “Kobe, being dehydrated, sick as a dog and trying to will us to a win, it’s disappointing to watch him give that kind of effort and we don’t get it from everybody,” Lakers coach Mike Brown said. “Our second- and third-best players are Drew and Pau and both those guys have to play better in order for us to win.”

The closest the Lakers came was within four (in the second quarter) but by the third, Denver had extended their lead to 18 and reality set in. The Lakers bigs struggled again, Andrew Bynum finishing with 11 points and 16 rebounds for LA while Pau Gasol had his worst game of the series, taking his first shot of the game in the second half and shooting 1-10 from the floor for 3 points.

Kenneth Faried did a great job on Gasol and was a major spark, adding 15 points and 11 rebounds. “There’s no way I thought what happened tonight was going to happen,” Nuggets coach George Karl said. “This game belongs to the players.” L.A. will have forward Metta World Peace back in the lineup for Game 7 now that his NBA-mandated suspension has been fulfilled. “I expect him to come out and play with the tenacity that he’s known for,” Bryant said of Artest.

“He’s the one guy that I can rely on night in and night out to compete and play hard and play with a sense of urgency and play with no fear. So, I’m looking forward to having him by my side again.” Game 7 is Saturday at Staples Center. —Nima Zarrabi (@NZbeFree)

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  • Heals

    Horford after Gm5 while poppin his jersey and yeling at the C’s players as they walked through the tunnel, “See you mutha-uckers in Bos!” We saw ya Al, we all saw ya go 1 for 2…

  • Heals

    How’s 28-14-5 for dirty…

  • IAMORANGE4EVER

    Grab that fishing pole Rigo! I hear they biting early this morning.

  • http://nba.com/celtics lights out

    Josh Smith must infuriate Hawks fans. Christ. like a more athletic but less talented Rasheed.

  • http://slamonline.com Allenp

    I warned you people about Boozer. Yes I did.

  • http://Roosterteeth.com Caboose

    Better put LakeShow on watch, Lakers are at a serious risk of losing in the first round (and my crazy prediction proved right). That said, Garnett played an incredible game last night. At this very moment in time, just RIGHT NOW, would you rather have KG or TD on your team?

  • http://Roosterteeth.com Caboose

    Better put LakeShow on watch, the Lakers are in serious danger of losing this series (and proving my crazy prediction correct). That said, Garnett played an incredible, throwback game last night. So, at this moment in time, RIGHT NOW, would you rather have KG or Timbot on your team?

  • http://www.soundcloud.com/tray-5 T-Ray

    Lol@ Heals and Allen
    Can’t wait to hear all the “Bulls vs 76ers series needs an asterik” talk. As far as KG I loved his drive last night. As a Laker fan I hate the Cs but as a fan of the game you gotta love what this guy brings every night. My Lakers just looked terrible and that shot of Bynum not being in the huddle is disturbing to me. Found it funny that Kobe said Artest is the one guy he can count on lol

  • Myung

    Congrats, C’s fans. Other than Game 4, it was a very intense series. Proud of my squad, even though they came up short. They showed me more heart in losing to Boston this year in Round 1 than they did in beating Miami and Milwaukee in Round 1 (2009, 2010), if that even makes sense. But ultimately, the Hawks are the Hawks. And well… yeah.

  • http://www.slamonline.com Wayno

    I think you’re forgetting how athletic Rasheed was when he was young…

  • http://www.slamonline.com Wayno

    @ Allen – I think most people knew that about Boozer…he’s been doing that disappearing thing for a long time now. They shoulda just paid him for the regular season…

  • http://www.slamonline.com Wayno

    @ Caboose – Tim Duncan by a hair. I think he’s a little more consistent at this point. Plus he’s the same age as KG, but he’s got 2 fewer seasons under his belt.

  • eyal

    TD and Garnett are both old-man inconsistent. That said, I think KG bottoms out a little more, but also has more breakout games – or at least, his breakout games are bigger than Duncan’s. I think it can go either way.

    In the playoffs, I would go with KG over tim. He seems to have an extra gauge on his limit breaks when he is backed down in a corner.

  • http://nba.com/celtics lights out

    @Wayno: he was athletic, but Josh Smith athletic? I dunno. any way, my point is that those two guys drive people crazy for the same reason: tons of talent, drive that comes and goes.

  • http://slamonline.com Allenp

    WAYNO
    Nah, people thought Boozer was a hooper when he was in Utah. Having watched a bunch of Jazz games as a Deron Williams fan, I knew different. Not saying he can’t play at all, but I knew what he would do on a bigger stage with more pressure. I saw Deron dealing with it for years.
    Bynum is a headcase. I said last night on Twitter that it would be interesting to see how differently he and Demarcus Cousins would be viewed if they swapped teams. I also would be curious about how whether the Lakers would be better with Cousins.

  • http://www.slamonline.com Wayno

    Yeah, Smith is bit more athletic…but yeah, they both drive people insane. I think Rasheed slightly more so though because he easily had the talent to be a KG/TD level player, he just never really put it all together.

  • fruizm

    the question here is: where can I find a Faried jersey and for how much?? my new favorite player. Kobe almost killed him with that foul though!

  • http://www.slamonline.com Wayno

    @ Allen – He’s always had good/great regular seasons then fades when the competition get more intense…very frustrating. Also, I’m betting on Cousins being the top center in the league or pretty close to it in a couple of years if he keeps his head straight. Dude is a monster.

  • ClydeSays

    Loved that dirty, old, throwback KG! Props to the Hawks for fighting down to the end.

  • http://nba.com/celtics lights out

    @Wayno: he’s already one of the top centers. he would also already fit nicely in our discussion of talented players who routinely disappoint.

  • INFINITELY

    Yeah. Not surprised at all about Boozer. Everyone already knew that about him.

  • http://www.slamonline.com Wayno

    @ lights out – I feel like Cousins hasn’t really had that much of an opportunity to disappoint yet. He has a terrible team around him with a bunch of ball dominating gaurds who don’t give him the ball enough. He has some dud games, but what young bigs don’t? He certainly has potential to be a Rasheed type of player in that regard though.

  • LA Huey

    Allenp, when’d you get on twitter. You were resisting it like hell for a minute.

  • LA Huey

    Bosh and his son got a good laugh.

  • Fat Lever

    I caught the end of the Hawks-C’s game last night. I can’t believe Josh Smith launched that long 2 with the game on the line like that. He bailed out Boston big time with that shot. Just wow.

  • http://www.slamonline.com Nick Tha Quick

    As I was typing this, Pau just settled for another long jumpshot and then got beat down the court for a dunk.

  • http://www.slamonline.com Jahmai

    Pretty crazy how a 6-7 rookie PF can outplay a 7 foot all-star NBA veteran PF in a playoff series. You gotta love Kenneth Faried. Who’s going to win game 7?

  • ernieD

    Someone tell me what the Wolves got for trading away Ty Lawson. Anybody of note?

  • http://slamonline.com Allenp

    La Huey
    I gave in to peer pressure. The Twitter handle is AjpDos

  • http://slamonline.com nbk

    LOL @ the Lakers. Kobe Bryant said the only player he can count on, on that roster is MWP. LMAO. oh lawd.

  • fruizm

    the question here is: where can I get a Faried jersey and for how much? my new favorite player!

  • http://slamonline.com nbk

    So Phoenix is probably going to offer Steve Nash 2 years $20M. What y’all think?

  • http://slamonline.com Allenp

    I mean, it’s about two to three million more than I think he should be getting, but the length is right.

  • http://www.slamonline.com Wayno

    I hope Nash goes somewhere where he can win…

  • http://slamonline.com nbk

    honestly i think the extra $2-3M a season is like a “thanks for all you’ve given us” type of compensation. Because really he wants 3 years, and i’d bet Phoenix would only offer like 3 years $21M or something like that.

  • Myung

    I know he’s old, but he’s one of the 5 best players to ever play for the Suns and he’s a two time MVP. Rashard Lewis got 6 years and $118 million. Andris Biedrins got 6 years and $62 million. Emeka Okafor got 6 years and $72 million. Hedo got 5 years and $53 million. I say 2 years (which isn’t even a long contract) and $20 million is a STARTING point if you’re trying to keep the man from walking (which I think he will anyway, no matter how much they offer him). Nash deserves the biggest offer possible from Phoenix (well, max MONEY… not max YEARS).

  • http://slamonline.com LakeShow

    I wonder if the Lakers should guard Ty Lawson next game…
    I wonder if the bigs should run on defense…
    I wonder if Kobe will be alive on defense…
    I wonder if Ramon Sessions will realizes he’s a decent player…
    So many questions going into a game 7 with the Nuggs lol.

  • http://cnbc.com JTaylor21

    Sessions has to be the most overrated pickup this season. Everyone and Laker fans were drooling at the mouths when they picked up Sessions but in reality, LA’s defense has suffered tremendously with him in the lineup. Matter of fact, out of the 16 playoff teams, the Lakers have been the worst defensively since the sessions trade. So there you have it laker fans, looks like you traded away old man fisher for young man fisher sans the clutch shooting and leadership.

  • http://slamonline.com nbk

    Sessions has been pretty damn disappointing defensively. He is still individually better than Fisher, but he doesn’t lead the defense like Fisher did, or supply any of the team benefits. I’ve been really disappointed. — But Sessions is not at all the major problem with that team. Not at all.

  • http://cnbc.com JTaylor21

    Who said he was?

  • http://slamonline.com nbk

    nobody, but i felt like i needed to say that.

  • feez_22

    I’ll make my comment short today.
    1. Boozer? lol. The bulls need an overhaul. Debate all you want. its true
    2. Pau must have broken up with his girlfriend again
    3. Pregame comparisons between Kobe’s poop game and MJ’s flu game… Thanks a lot espn & TNT for that BS
    4. I’m happy for doug collins
    5. Bynum is at the same maturity level he was at in 07. Go figure
    6. Final comment: Sessions couldn’t guard a fly in milwaukee, cleveland or minnesota. No surprise he can’t guard a fly in L.A. None.

  • http://slamonline.com LakeShow

    I like how Allen thinks he’s so smart for knowing that Boozer is not that great when it matter. My little sister was telling me about that the other day homie. What’s next, “Pau Gasol is soft, I told you all.” LOL
    nbk, I don’t really care, but at the same time i’m curious, just to see if were on the same page at all… What do you think the 2 main things are that have been holding the Lakers back in the playoffs?
    Sessions is a bad defender. It’s interesting, because there is no reason he shouldn’t be a good defender. But he doesn’t move his feet quickly. Doesn’t keep his guy in front of him. Doesn’t work around picks before they come. Still like the dude and his game, but he has got to be a consistent 12,7,4 guy every night in the playoffs.
    I love that Kobe recognizes Artest for being a guy that will battle and have his heart in the game every night. That’s why he is my 2nd favorite Laker now that Lamar is gone. Can’t wait to get Ronnie back in the game.

  • http://Slamonline.com nbk

    Effort. And I don’t think the guys really respect each other or their coach. Those are the big things imo

  • Heals

    Props on the back-n-forths Myung, mos def on nothing to hang your head about. I thought C’s in 6 or Atl in 7 to begin with. Had the playoffs started a week later ya’ll probably would’ve won given RayRay vs Horford’s performances. Interesting to see what moves come next; Horford’s a lock, but I think there aren’t enough touches for Teague, Smoove and JJ. Seems whenever 2 of em’ are going the 3rd is somewhat limited/not complimentary…

  • http://slamonline.com Allenp

    I said on Twitter last night that Sessions was a sieve. At least when Fisher was getting smoked you could see he was working hard.

  • http://slamonline.com Allenp

    Myung
    You named some of the worst contracts in League history.
    Should that really be the baseline?
    $7-8 million dollars is a fair deal for a guy whose only gotten worse on defense and plays his best in a particular style of offense.

  • http://slamonline.com LakeShow

    Yeah I think your right nbk. (Just why in the hell is that ever an issue in a game 6 playoff game…)
    That is a little more intelligible than ‘Boozer sucks’ Allen. Cause Sessions really should be a decent defender. For some reason he is not. Any incite on why you think he is not a good defender? He obviously has the talents and skills available.

  • http://slamonline.com Allenp

    Lakeshow
    I said the same thing about Boozer when he was playing in the conference Finals.
    In Utah.
    But, since you don’t know me, you wouldn’t know that. And since you’ve only been commenting on the board a little while, you woudln’t know that. But if you go search the archives, I’ve been down on Boozer for years. NBK might remember, he might not.
    L.A. Huey and T-Money might remember too.

  • http://slamonline.com Allenp

    Man, please.
    I have provide in depth comments on why Boozer sucks many times. From his reliance on jumpers, his lack of real post moves, his inability to get shots off against superior or equal bigs, and his unwillingness to actually play defense.
    I was saying this stuff when Deron was averaging 24 and 12 in the conference finals.
    But why am I wasting keystrokes on you. You’re just upset that the Lakers loss. It’s ok, maybe Seattle will get a team and you can jump ship again.

  • http://slamonline.com Allenp

    lost

  • http://slamonline.com LakeShow

    LOL. I’m the upset, hurt one? In the name of not wasting key strokes, Peace!
    PS, Oh ya, and Rondo needs a jump shot ;)

  • http://slamonline.com nbk

    Allen has been pretty adamant about how bad Boozer is since like 2007. Boozer is basically his version of my David West. fa real.

  • http://slamonline.com nbk

    Lake, Sessions doesn’t seem to understand the Lakers system defensively. That’s the biggest issue. He gambles a lot, and it never seems like he is gambling within the parameters of their defense. His one on one defense isn’t always bad, sometimes he actually looks very good. So i am thinking that is just concentration related. But your guess is as good as mine.

  • http://slamonline.com Allenp

    Liars irk me.
    Ill-informed liars with a penchant for anus talking irk me more.
    It’s my cross to bear.

  • http://slamonline.com LakeShow

    I was just going in on AP like he likes doing to peeps. He’s like the SLAM version of Blake Griffin though. Wants to ham a big one down on everyone, but can’t handle a lil push.
    Boozer was a legitimately better player in Utah. Same player he is today if not worse on defense, but he was a much better offensive player. If you were down on him back in the day something was wrong with you. He was a very good PF. Top 5 Easily. He averaged 24 and 12 with 3 AST in the 2007 playoffs. 16, 12, 3 the next year. 20,13,2 the next. 20,13 the next. Playoffs for Chi…. 13,10… He use to be quite good so if he use to cry about him then he was just flat out wrong back in the day.
    Yeah good call on defense. Like I said, he looks as if he should be good because he is good sometimes. He doesn’t seem to understand how to force players into his help defenders well at all. He gambles like you said and he gambles unintelligently. D-Wade is one of those guys who gets rewarded for his gambling more often than not. Sessions isn’t. He doesn’t grab steals or lock guys up so he really should just try and stay in front of his fella and force them to the bigs better. Lawson tends to make PG’s look foolish on defense if he is driving, but knocking down all these WIDE open 3 pointers will not suffice for Sessions defensively.

  • http://slamonline.com LakeShow

    Now comparing himself to Jesus Christ… Whats next.
    Can you even take your ego further? Is there a next level to that LOL.

  • http://slamonline.com LakeShow

    I don’t always talk out my anoose, but when I do, I try to irk Allen P whist doing so. (Dos Equis guy voice)

  • http://www.soundcloud.com/tray-5 T-Ray

    Lol Lake and Allen kill me

  • http://slamonline.com Datkid

    cross to bear is an expression used by about 90% of the population lakeshow. have you ever talked to anyone before?

  • http://www.slamonline.com Eboy

    I can’t understand why Allenp still subjects himself to this.

  • http://slamonline.com LakeShow

    Yo Egirl, wanna fight bro?!… err girl!!!
    Kid, i’m purposely just trying to be annoying right now, don’t feed me. I’ve got a fever… The only cure… MORE TROLLIN!

  • http://slamonline.com nbk

    you know every single day you get in a conversation/argument, and you end up acting like a douchebag towards the end. and btw, trolling doesn’t really work when it’s expected. we know that after lunch time ends if you were in the wrong at some point you will react like a child. nobody tells kids to stop trolling when they are being annoying, you just ignore them.

  • http://slamonline.com Allenp

    Eboy
    It’s the best free entertainment on the Internet.

  • http://slamonline.com Allenp

    You pulled the stats.
    Good for you.
    I’ve already pulled the stats, and I watched the games. It’s whatever, but just to be clear.
    Utah ran an offense that got Boozer buckets without having to post up one-on-one. He was also playing with a higher quality point guard and with more offensive threats. He got easier shots. Shots more suited to his skillset.
    But he was the exact same player. He’s been the same player since college, with an improvement in his jumper. Just admit you didn’t even pay attention to Boozer, and you’re arguing with me because you mistakenly believe you have the proper equipment for a battle of wits.
    It’s okay, everybody makes mistakes.

  • http://slamonline.com LakeShow

    That cross must be getting heavy. It’s starting to affect your mind.
    While i’ll agree that Utah was overall better suited for Boozer, AND that Williams is a better PG for a big to have than D-Rose, he was a better player. Straight up. He knocked down his jump shots at a higher percentage and was just in better shape so he ran the floor better and could stay in the game longer. He could do more then than he can now. I don’t think he has fallen off the wagon completely. But he has lost a step or two since his Jazz playing days. I’d say it’s 50-50 to do with Coach/System/PG vs Boozer losing a step.
    Now go climb the hill at Calvary you crown thorn wearing God you!

  • http://Roosterteeth.com Caboose

    Any reason why you spelled “anus” like my name there Lake? XD

  • http://slamonline.com nbk

    He’s lost the Jazz offense, Deron Williams, Mehmet Okur, and Jerry Sloan. He hasn’t lost a step.

  • http://slamonline.com LakeShow

    LMAO at Cabooanoose. Naww man sorry for the accidental dig. It’s actually how Borat(Sasha Baron Cohen) pronounces “Anus.” LMAO!
    No, he lost the Jazz offense and lost a step.
    Man, maybe we all better rethink Malone in our top PF debates if Sloan’s system can just turn any run of the mill PF into an all timer.

  • http://slamonline.com LakeShow

    Do you think Derron Williams lost a step or lost the Jazz system?

  • http://slamonline.com nbk

    Lakeshow are you purposefully being stupid right now? or are these questions serious?
    .
    - Why do I need to rethink my stance on Karl Malone first of all, do you even know how I feel about him? And second, it is not the same offense with Boozer as it was with Malone. The “system” is the same, being a flex, but the offense is different. Different focus, different strengths, different weaknesses, different players, different offense.
    -And really, you don’t know what the difference between Deron Williams in Utah and Deron Williams in New Jersey is? YOU REALLY NEED SOMEONE TO POINT IT OUT TO YOU?!?! I’m not going to tell you if you don’t know. I’m just going to use that as confirmation to all my other feelings towards what you know about the NBA.

  • http://nyill.wordpress.com Enigmatic

    Thanks, Orange!
    You save me a seat? Bet you caught like 10 fish by now!

  • http://www.soundcloud.com/tray-5 T-Ray

    Lol first comment in forever

  • http://Roosterteeth.com Caboose

    Lol I really hope that nickname doesn’t stick…And Enig I’ve already got plenty of fish caught for you.

  • http://slamonline.com LakeShow

    Did you go to Camp What-A-Douche as a kid also nbk??

  • http://slamonline.com nbk

    I actually went to camp, tell people when they are stupid.

  • http://www.google.com/imgres?q=brian+scalabrine&um=1&hl=en&sa=N&biw=712&bih=572&tbm=isch&tbnid=paNXJ6FIB-hVJM:&imgrefurl=http://www.2ksports.ca/2012/04/30/brian-scalabr LakeShow

    Awh, bummer. They had nice water slides going into Stupid People lake, and those awesome Useless Idiot Go-Carts but just not enough cute girls for me to go back.
    What-A-Douche is just for me..Ya nawutamean?

  • jayrose

    This thread has it all,
    Myung dealing with hawks stuff
    Nbk and allen trying to make sense of fools. But why?
    Lakeshow trollin hard
    And best of all,

    Cabooanoose!

  • http://Roosterteeth.com Caboose

    ….LakeShow I will hate you absolutely forever now.

  • http://www.fiba.com Darksaber

    Ummm….whose Noose is a Moose?

  • Justin G.

    I honestly think you guys are misreading what LakeShow was saying. He didn’t disagree that Allen has said in the past that Boozer is a no show in big games. He was pointing out, and rightfully so, how funny it is that Allen makes himself across as the only person that knew this. He isn’t, not by a long shot. And nbk, as far as the Deron Williams thing goes you know you’re dying to tell him the differences between Utah and New Jersey. You know you like to show how smart you are. Come on man, do it. Give in. You know you want to.

  • http://Roosterteeth.com Caboose

    Dark: Apparently the caboose of my moose got loose with a goose and is now in a noose with no excuse for his drug abuse.

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