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I stand corrected. D-Wade actually played in Brooklyn tonight and notched a triple-double in his final game. The Nets won, and Wade's "Banana Boat" buddies - Lebron James, Chris Paul and Carmelo Anthony - were in attendance. In San Antonio, the Spurs gave Dirk a great video tribute before the game, he scored 20 points, the Spurs won.

With all the east coast games over, the Eastern Conference playoff matchups are now set:

(1) Milwaukee Bucks vs. (8) Detroit Pistons

(4) Boston Celtics vs. (5) Indiana Pacers

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(3) Philadelphia 76ers vs. (6) Brooklyn Nets

(2) Toronto Raptors vs. (7) Orlando Magic

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And Kemba dropped 43 in their loss and what is probably his final home game.
 
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Western Conference playoff matchups:

(1) Golden State Warriors vs. (8) Los Angeles Clippers

(4) Houston Rockets vs. (5) Utah Jazz

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(3) Portland Trail Blazers vs. (6) Oklahoma City Thunder

(2) Denver Nuggets vs. (7) San Antonio Spurs

 
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Just a minute to talk about close calls for Orlando and Detroit:

Orlando went 10-6 in the SE and it counted. Sure it's the worst division in the league, but Orlando, Miami and Charlotte all stayed pretty tight on each others' heels all season. Orlando went 3-1 over Miami and that made all the difference as Miami finished 3 games behind them. Other key moments; that 123-119 OT win in Memphis a few weeks ago. (Their only OT win out of 4 this season) also those weird wins against Boston and Houston (back to backs on Jan 12 & 13th) which came after 4 straight losses, (and were then followed by another 3 L's)

Central: Milwaukee clobbered everybody 14-2 this season and there's no reason to think they won't do the same to Detroit. But hey, Detroit managed a .500 season; key moments, a combined 7-1 record against Chicago and Cleveland; They were swept by Charlotte and that could've been fatal - if they'd gone 2-2 vs them (like they did with Miami) they'd have had a comfortable win margin over them; Detroit had 7 OT games this season (four of them in a 30 day period) and won five of them including playoff teams, Toronto, Houston, Philly and Orlando.

 
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This years NBA playoffs are going to be weird AF. Not having many of the super stars we've seen in previous years. When was the last NBA playoffs without a LeBron, Tim Duncan, Shaq, or Kobe? It feels like forever ago. I would like to include Steph Curry in that mix but the Warriors (who I despise especially Kevin Durant's ass) are a super team. They were already a super team before Durant got there.

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Joel Embiid is listed as "doubtful" for tomorrow afternoon's Game 1 because of lingering left knee soreness. If he ain't playing, Dread's Nets are likely to make people here in Philly nervous by winning Game 1. People don't realize how average this Sixers team is when Embiid is not playing.
 
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Luke Walton and the Lakers have mutually parted ways.


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^I don't know of Lue wants that stress again.
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By Bill Plaschke
Apr 12, 2019 | 8:05 PM
Former Lakers coach Luke Walton might be the big winner in this debacle

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Walton gets to separate himself from a franchise being run by a formerly beloved owner who has presided over the sort of off-court drama that has turned the Lakers into the New York Knicks. Nobody, but nobody, has been more disillusioning in this mess than Jeanie Buss.

“I want to thank Jeanie Buss and the Buss family for giving me the opportunity to coach the Lakers,’’ Walton said in a statement. “This franchise and the city will always be special to me and my family.’’

Don’t be surprised if there was a third quote omitted from the press release, something along the lines of, “Yippee!’’

Walton soon could be coaching again in the NBA, maybe in Sacramento, and maybe there he will be allowed to continue growing with a young team. He never had that opportunity here. After two seasons, just when he was finally connecting with some of the over-hyped kids, Walton was handed the headstrong James and a handful of oddballs and the dynamic became unworkable.

For much of last season, it was like he was coaching three teams — the kids, the oddballs, and James. Rarely did all three factions agree on anything. Walton never stood a chance. He was a goner before the season began.

While the symptoms were his coaching struggles, the real disease that ended his tenure was the instability of the Lakers franchise. Even Golden State coach Steve Kerr took the unusual step of calling out the Lakers when asked about Walton’s firing during a media briefing Friday in Oakland.

“In this job, as a coach in the NBA, you are 100 percent dependent on your circumstances; the strength of your organization, the momentum, the unity, everything has to be in good order,” Kerr told reporters. “Because if it’s not, as we have witnessed with the Lakers, then there’s going to be casualties, and usually the coach is the first one.’’

Let’s dissect that quote, charge by charge, for the purposes of clarity and accuracy.

Strength of organization? Nope. Momentum? Nope. Unity? You’re joking, right?

Walton’s exit tells us several things about the Lakers, none of them good.

First, we now know exactly why Magic Johnson quit earlier this week. It wasn’t because he only wanted Walton fired, because that was going to happen. It was because he also wanted Pelinka fired and, sorry, folks, it’s now obvious that isn’t happening.

By being given the power to part with Walton, Pelinka has gained even more organizational strength; it appears he will become the new sole basketball boss, and heaven help us all.

Second, it can now be confirmed that Buss and her shadow owner Linda Rambis exist in a purple-and-gold cocoon that has little touch with the reality outside Lakerland. Wait, you say, who is Linda Rambis? She is officially the Lakers’ executive director of special projects, but it’s the worst kept secret around the league that she helps run the team as Buss’ close friend, advisor and confidant.

Buss and Rambis, the wife of former Lakers hero Kurt Rambis, are reportedly in agreement that Pelinka is doing a good job, and that’s all that counts. Forget scouring the league for some great basketball mind. Forget finding a deft scout and popular recruiter who can lead the Lakers into what could be the most important summer of their existence. They are sticking with a negotiator who helped build a team that has averaged 36 wins in each of his two seasons while seemingly alienating most of the league with his methods.

Now Pelinka has to find a new coach, and, given the Lakers’ record of placating their star, he’ll probably just let James make the pick. Instead of canvassing the league for the next Nick Nurse or Mike Budenholzer, here’s guessing Pelinka goes for Tyronn Lue, who is a good dude, but he’s James’ dude, and when James flames out in a couple of years, what happens to Lue?

It would be smart and savvy if the Lakers replaced Walton with a top coaching prospect with no allegiances, somebody who can lead the team beyond the James era. However, given that Pelinka and Johnson once signed the likes of Lance Stephenson and JaVale McGee just to make James happy, there is not much confidence that Pelinka will take a bolder tack.

 
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Wow, Brooklyn Nets pretty much dominate the Philadelphia 76ers in their Game 1 win. The Sixers' effort was pathetic, and to make matters worse, an ESPN camera caught Amir Johnson pulling out his cellphone while sitting on the bench. Next to him was Joel Embiid, who was also interested to see what was on Amir's phone. Embiid actually spent a lot of time during today's game on the bench (and in the locker room) because his left knee continues to bother him, not to mention that he's obviously out of shape. Considering the poor condition he's in now, and that he's really not gonna get any better in the next couple days/weeks, Philly can forget about making any sort of postseason run that is better than last year's. Honestly, I believe that Brooklyn is going to win this series. Along with the Embiid debacle, the team's overall defense is terrible, the two best shooters (JJ Redick and Tobias Harris) are M.I.A., and Ben Simmons is a straight-up liability on the offensive end. When you're a Sixers opponent, it kind of makes things easier for ya on the defensive end when you know that guy will not shoot the ball. When I think about it, it's kind of ridiculous that he made this year's All-Star team.

As it turned out, that would not be the only upset of the day. The Orlando Magic went up and beat the Toronto "We The North" Raptors in a down-to-the-wire game. Kawhi and Pascal Siakam were good (25 and 24 points, respectively), but as has become all too common for the Raptors in the playoffs, starting PG Kyle Lowry was a no-show (0 PTS, 0-7 FG, 0-2 FT in 34 mintues played). Unlike the Philly/Brooklyn series, I don't think this series will end in an upset. I expect the Raptors to get their shit together and advance.

 
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In the immortal words of Ron Simmons - "DAMN!"
 
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Mwahahahahaha


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The Nets more than likely lose tonight as the sixers shooting will probably not have another horrific bad shooting night again. But if they do....

 
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After the Game 1 booing and then coach Brett Brown chewing them out at halftime of Game 2, the Sixers finally got their shit together in the 3rd quarter of tonight's game. They sure looked good in that quarter, but it was only one quarter, afterall. If they lay a dud in Game 3 Thursday up in Brooklyn, this is "Nega-delphia" again.

The highlight of the night, however, was the Los Angeles Clippers making NBA history, pulling off the single greatest comeback in a postseason game. Down by 31 points early in the 3rd quarter, they came all the way back to win by 4. As you would expect, Lou Williams was fuckin' awesome-36 PTS, 13-22 FG, 11 AST. If not for the epic comeback, the injury DeMarcus Cousins sustained would be the big story here. He got injured early in the game, the fear is that he might've torn a quad muscle.

 
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YES!
 
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Yes, as expected, your Raptors got back on track and whooped the Magic tonight. Also tonight, after things weren't looking up for them through three quarters, the Denver Nuggets turned it on late in the 4th quarter to win Game 2 and even the series with San Antonio. In the late night game, Portland got an easy win over OKC. Another first round playoff exit appears imminent for Russell Westbrook and Paul George.

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My favorite thing this playoffs, besides taking game 1, is Dame cooking Westbrook's ass. That sequence where he flexed and clapped after Westbrooks shit three attempt, then coming with the fuck you three from deep was everything.

 
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Bad night for Kawhi but YES!

Ref, you suck! Only 10 trips to the line? Against Orlando's 23? This deserves a Cris Carter "C'mon man!"


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^Siakum did great and I liked the last rebound by Lowry!
 
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^ He sure did and so did I! MVP! MVP!
 
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It was inevitable: HUGE brawl between Philly and Brooklyn!



"If you can't win the game, win the fight!"


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as an Atlanta and Georgia sports fan, DON'T EVEN COMPARE!

There is NO comparison between us and the Bay Area, period!

It's just more embarrassing and humiliating for the bad history we've gone through, not just the 28-3 collapse.


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Posted - Apr 20 2019 : 11:13PM
and the Sixers and Nets game was hilarious AF, and had a bizarre ending to it too.

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Joe Harris needed to make ONE GODDAMN THREE AND THE SERIES IS 2-2. FUCK.

 
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YES!
 
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Posted - Apr 22 2019 : 7:39AM
Boston has swept Indiana.

Indiana has now failed to get out of the first round four seasons in a row, and were also swept by the Cavs in 2017.
They have missed the playoffs only six times in the last 29 seasons. But they've only gotten to the Finals once in that time frame.


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Milwaukee has swept Detroit.

Detroit had a great period from 2001-2002 to 2007-2008 where they mostly went deep in the playoffs, only missing the semis once in that time frame, and winning the championship in 2004.

But in the last 11 seasons, they've only been to the post three times and got swept all three times.

 
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YES!

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^ #WeTheNorth
 
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Posted - Apr 24 2019 : 7:21AM
Oh, alright you guys! Geez.

Orlando has been sent packing. (At least Toronto has SOMETHING to cheer about today, eh?)


This was Orlando's first playoffs since 2012. That year they were also bounced out of the First Round 4-1. That was the Pacers responsible for it then.

 
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Posted - Apr 24 2019 : 7:25AM
Portland has eliminated the Thunder.

With the exception of 2015, OKC have been to the Playoffs every year for the last decade.
But it's been a rough ride without Kevin Durant. Since he bolted in 2016, they've been bounced out in the first round every year.


 
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^^ Did you hear dat, Double M? Some dissin' on our boys in B & W!
 
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"B&W" ???
 
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Twice now I've tried to submit one for Brooklyn, but the site keeps giving me Bad Gateway 502 messages.

Let's try again.

Brooklyn has been eliminated by Philly.
This was their first post-season in four years; the last time they won a first round series was in 2014.

 
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^^ Blue & White.
 
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Ah, OK.
 
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3rd Q: Clippers at GSW, and it's currently 81-68 Clippers. Let's see what happens....
 
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Goodbye to Utah: For the second year in a row, they've been knocked out by Houston.

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