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The 'big' Sports - the Footballs (Association and American), Baseball, F1 - have their own threads. Sometimes sports-related news - recently Booby Petrino, a while back Penn State - cause threads to be started. The NHL play-offs have generated a thread (or two). NASCAR...
This thread is for sports' posts which members want to make but probably won't generate enough wider interest to spawn on-going conversation. An example would be Bubba Watson's Masters' victory - not criticizing anything but tiny thread and only one 'significant' post.
I imagine that, besides Golf, such sports as Cricket, Rugby, Tennis, Lacrosse, Ten-Pin Bowling, etc. have one or two fans who are ADT members, and who, from time to time, want to express their happiness, sadness, amazement or frustration in respect of their sports.
Anyway, I've noticed there's not a lot of NBA love at ADT. For me, my enjoyment has only been a slow growing thing. Because of his family pedigree I have followed the career of Joakim Noah (I was a fan of his tennis playing dad) and over the last three years have become a fan of the Bulls. I love D-Rose's attitude, Boozer and Deng have the right stuff, I'm in awe of their defensive commitment, and their team spirit (typified by the contributions of their bench players) is admirable in such an individual-obsessed sport. I hope they get to destroy the Heat in the play-offs and then to go on win the Championship. On a side note I'm hoping the Western Conference Finals will be between the Spurs and the Thunder.
Hope this thread provides a service.

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So the marathon known as the NBA play-offs is due to commence
East:
1 Bulls v 8 76ers
4 Celtics v 5 Hawks
Chicago should beat Philadelphia and shouldn't take more than 5 games. Atlanta, thanks to a better regular season record, has home court advantage against higher seeded Boston; the Celtics won the regular season series between the franchises (2-1) - could go to game 7, but whoever wins will probably lose to the Bulls in the next round. In saying that, however, playoff momentum can subvert regular season trends so, in particular, if the Celtics find some form they may prove difficult for the Bulls - unlikely to win though
2 Heat v 7 Knicks
3 Pacers v 6 Magic
Miami go into the playoffs having lost 3 of their last four, while New York has won it's last three; the Heat won the regular season series including the last game at the Garden; home court advantage and the Big 3 should see Miami prevail (possibly in 6). Indiana are in form, Orlando are slumping, may not take more than four for the Pacers to go through. Miami (after a tough series?) versus Indiana (after an easy series?) in the conference semis? Should be Miami - game 7 home court advantage may be required though, with the D-Wade clutch factor over-riding the LeBron choke-effect.
If D Rose steps up then the Bulls overall strength should see them win the East. The Heat have no bench; although, the Pacers may pose more problems if they do make it to the conference Finals.
West:
1 Spurs v 8 Jazz
4 Grizzlies v 5 Clippers
San Antonio have been there done that - Manu is clutch, Timmy is Timmy and Parker is playing magnificently; no chance for Utah (may just get to 5, 'cos the Jazz are playing reasonably well). Memphis are hot at the moment, LAC not so much but capable of being so; could go either way - but whoever wins will lose to the Spurs in the semis.
2 Thunder v 7 Mavericks
3 Lakers v 6 Nuggets
Neither Oklahoma nor Dallas are looking that good at the moment - the Mavs' experience may just be the difference if the series goes beyond 5 games. The Metta World Peace distraction and the fact LAL can be truly awful at times suggest Denver has a chance - if they do get up though that is as far as the Nuggets will go because in this bracket any franchise is capable of reaching the conference finals except for Denver.
It's hard to go past the Spurs as Conference winners, although the Lakers or Mavericks may be competitive.
A Bulls v Spurs NBA Finals series would be the definitive young emerging team against experienced campaigners match up. As it stands it would also be the team with the best regular season record versus the currently hottest team.
In Other Sports' news, the Melbourne Storm are looking pretty awesome in the NRL (Rugby League), while Dehli are leading the generally extremely evenly matched IPL (Cricket).

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Posted - Apr 27 2012 : 9:57PM
the Portland Winterhawks (Western Hockey League) just won the Western Conference Finals with a 4-0 sweep. went to the 3rd game the other night. fun as hell.
I have to root for the Lakers because I'm from la, but I'm realistic about their chances of a ring this year so OKC all the way. love artest but that blow was gnarly as all hell and it was also painful being a huge harden fan as well. glad he'll be back for the beginning of the playoffs it seems

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My picks:
Bulls over 76ers
Celtics over Hawks
Heat over Knicks
Pacers over Magic
Spurs over Jazz
Grizzlies over Clippers (could go either way though)
Thunder over Mavericks
Nuggets over Lakers
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NBA:
Clearly the D-Rose injury psychologically damaged the Bulls, while the Noah injury was the extra kick in the balls. Although during the regular season Chicago seemed to cope well without an injured Rose, in the back of their minds they must have been expecting him to make an impact come the play-offs. When #1 was injured in Game 1, you could tell the club was deflated - I know I was. The Sixers can beat the Celtics, especially if Boston get an injury or two, but an energized Rondo and two of the Big Three showing some class in big games should allow the Celtics to make it to the Conference Finals.
Miami's series against NY demonstrated their focus and commitment to making up for last year's disappointment. Indiana can play tough, but it should be the Heat. And the Heat should beat either Philadelphia or Boston.
The Clippers need to win in a couple of hours or the Grizzlies will take out Game 7 in Memphis. The Lakers can be awful but with the return of Metta World Peace they should defeat the Nuggets in Game 7 at the Staples Center - just. However the winners of these series will fall to the Thunder and the Spurs in the Conference semis. Oklahoma v San Antonio will be a monumental Western Conference Finals series.
The Heat v Thunder/Spurs - don't know.
Tennis:
Currently there are concerns regarding the blue clay surface at Madrid and with the recent losses by Nadal and Djokovic in the Mutua Madrid Open the criticism has sharpened. Haven't watched any of the tournament yet, but since both players in any match are subject to the same surface unless they both lose the surface is not to blame. Interestingly both Rafa and Novak lost to fellow countrymen, which might be more of an explanation than the surface for the results.
Rugby League:
Melbourne continue to go undefeated while over the least two weeks both of last year's Grand Finalists (the Warriors and the Sea Eagles) have beaten the previously in-form Broncos, signaling perhaps that both clubs are turning their seasons around after poor starts.
Cricket:
The top four of the IPL are starting to sort themselves out but if Chennai, Mumbai and Kings XI Punjab each win their next two matches the table will tighten up again. Chennai's recent victory over the Rajasthan Royals, coming from a position of needing 41 runs in 21 balls, to score 43 runs in 13 balls, and eventually win 'quite comfortably' was ridiculous.

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I see the "Beijing Grand Slam" of beach volleyball is under way as I type this. Who knew they had beaches?
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I get that soccer is more popular in the U.S. than it used to be but what in the hell is Fox doing putting a soccer game on Speed tomorrow morning?
 
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Its the last game of the season for the English Premier league and Fox is going to show all ten games at the same time. The play at the same time this weekend because they don't want any one team to know the results of the other games and quit playing, although some teams have already quit.
This is an interesting play from Fox.

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SPeed programming priorities:
1. NASCRAP
2. NASCRAP pre-race
3. NASCRAP post-race
4. Stuff directly related to NASCRAP
5. Stuff indirectly related to NASCRAP
6. Harley-related filler
7. Cheesy Canadian-produced filler
8. Filler - Other (soccer)
9. Abbreviated, non-same day coverage of non-NASCRAP racing
10. Just playing the Geico commercial on a loop for an hour
11. Dead air
12. Live coverage of non-NASCRAP racing
 
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Without Bosh it's gotten very tough for the Heat; and if clutch D-Wade doesn't show up then choker LeBron spells bad news for the Miami show ponies - seriously considering changing my mind on this series.
Wrong about the Clippers but looking right about the Spurs.
Not any more - lost to this season's surprise package, the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks, over the weekend.

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I saw the highlights from Thursday's game. I noticed that Wade took out his frustration on his own coach. Have you noticed that since LeBron and Bosh joined the Heat, Wade has more of an ego now?
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NBA:
So the West is Spurs v Thunder - should be a great series. The Thunder's performances in 'coming back' against the Lakers in three games confirms this franchise has got great players and a winning attitude. Although it's arguable the Spurs aren't battle hardened and their winning streak is just waiting to be broken, Timmy remains a great player while Manu and Parker get it done - on the choke to clutch continuum both rank as clutch.
In the East it's the the 'two most exciting words in sports' (most annoying cliche in sports' reporting), Game 7, in the Sixers-Celtics series which could go either way. Lebron has turned it on in the last two games against the Pacers and the Heat will probably make it through - though it won't surprise me if this series goes to G7 as well. If, however the East turns out to be a Philadelphia-Indiana Finals' series - well, who would've thunk that?
NRL:
The clash of the titans, mate against mate, state against state series, State of Origin, got underway last night. Queensland beat NSW 18-10 but the final Queensland try was awarded on the back of some shocking refereeing. Whether this creates a siege mentality in the NSW camp and inspires a vengeful performance in Game Two, who can tell? Hopefully it does because over the least six years Queensland have dominated, which has turned the series into something of a snorefest.
Cricket:
The IPL has come down to the pointy end. Kolkata are already in the Grand Final, while Chennai is due to play Dehli to find out the Knightriders' opponents. Although purists (and I'm probably one of those) may see T20 as pretty much a slogfest, the IPL is a lot of fun, has great crowds, most of the world's best players, and some of the cheerladers are pretty hot.
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NBA:
Both Conference finals have come down to the same interesting stage - 2-1 with all matches going to the home team.
In the East its whether the aged Celtics can beat the two-man Heat. In Game 2 it went to OT in Miami, with Boston having got into foul trouble, while in Game 3 Pierce and Garnett started to show their class. Rondo has been generally excellent throughout the play-offs. Miami's 'other' players are going to have to contribute more and regularly, although D-Wade and Lebron have been incredible through the end of the Pacers' series and the start of this series - can they keep it up? If Boston bring it back to 2-2, and depending on how they do it, the Celtics may just be favorites to take this.
In the West OKC snapped SA's winning streak in Game 3 - two things, the streak was actually very impressive and very under-rated, and the Thunder are the only team in the NBA who could've done it. In Durant, Westbrook, Hardin, Parker, Ginobli, and Duncan, this series is chock full of quality winning ball players. A good chance this series will go all the way.
NRL:
It's still Melbourne and then the rest - although if later today both the NZ Warriors beat the Storm and the Broncos beat the scuffling Knights and then tomorrow the surprising Sharks beat the woeful Eels, Brisbane and Cronulla would 'only' be four points behind Melbourne.
Cricket:
The Kolkata Knight Riders overcame a challenging target of 191 to defeat the Chennai Super Kings in the Final of the IPL. Outstanding innings by local Indian no name Manvinder Bisla (89 runs off 48 balls) and legendary South African Jacques Kallis (69 off 49) set up the Knight Riders' victory.
French Open:
In the Mens singles the top 9 seeds remain after three rounds; pretty much looking like a Novak-Rafa final. Roger has now won more Grand Slam matches than any other male player - 235 and counting - and may upset the Djokovic-Nadal duopoly. Over-rated Brit Andy Murray won't be a contender, while Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga may be a dark horse if can get past the fourth round (which he's never done before).
In the Women's singles more of the top seeds have fallen by the wayside - although first and second seeds, Victoria Azarenka and Maria Sharapova remain, as well as last year's fairytale winner, Li Na. Notably the Williams' sisters have exited early.
But now on to the good stuff...
Of the women's players remaining we have the following hotties:
Victoria Azarenka (1st Seed)
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Maria Sharpova (2)
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Angelique Kerber (10)
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Dominika Cibulkova (15)
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Arantxa Rus (unseeded)
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The way the draw is panning out:
1. An Azarenka- Sharapova final of lust is a definite possibility;
2. Miss Victoria is meeting Miss Domenika in an upcoming fourth round match, so unfortunately one of them won't progress;
3. If they progress sweet Maria could meet cute Arantxa in the quarter-finals;
4. Angelique could well progress to a semi-final encounter with Victoria/Domenika.
Essentially three out of the next four matches involving #1 seed Victoria Azarenka could all be hottie match-ups.
Please note that while the pic of Ms Kerber may not exude the same heat as the other pics conjures up images of Angelique participating in a Private Tropical-style lesbian orgy (including notable tennis hottie Caroline Wozniacki).
 
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NBA:
Now 2-2 in both Conference Finals series - no road wins for any teams.
In the West there's still nothing to say that it's not going to go to 7. You've got to love OKC but how can you count out SA - especially with the Spurs holding home court advantage in G7.
In the East. Aah... the East. Not prepared to say that Miami won't do it because the Celtics only look dominant in patches. The Heat don't have to win on the road to win the series and that might be the difference.
The French Open:
Novak and Roger are through to the Men's Q/Fs - possibly/probably meeting in the S/Fs.
In the Hottie tracker - sultry 15th seed Domenika Cibulkova scored something of an upset over luscious number 1 seed Victoria Azarenka to go through to the Women's Q/Fs. On the same side of the draw athletic and alluring Angelique Kerber is also through to the Q/Fs. A potentially wood-inducing S/F beckons if both these babes defeat their forthcoming (and not so gorgeous) opponents, Australia's Samantha Stosur and Italy's Sara Errani.
Golf:
Woods wins something, ESPN loves it.

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She looks similar to Anna Kournikova!

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I follow Major League Soccer (MLS) and that has no place in the thread regarding fantasy football and the English Premier League. My favorite team is the LA Galaxy. I go to their games sometimes and am considering getting season tickets. I also follow soccer (football) at the World Cup level and I root for England, U.S.A., Portugal and my general philosophy is "any team but Brazil." I played soccer from age 6 to age 35 when I severed my Achilles tendon requiring surgery, walking boots, casts, and months of physical therapy.
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The nathans hot dog eating contest is going to demand the most from [link inactive:404 - Page not found] the athletes this year by starting late in the day.

Going to be tougher eating in the heat, and breaking the 68 hot dogs in 10 minutes record will almost be impossible at 100 degrees. The casual fan may not be able to appreciate this year's accomplishments. But a purist should be happy to see a demand for more technical skills.

The sport just ain't the same without Kobayashi the "Babe Ruth or Michael Jordan" of the sport.

 
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NBA:
Hoping the mantra for the Heat in regards to the NBA Championship is:
"not 1, not 2, not 3...not any!"
The utterly admirable OKC deserve it for being a cool team, but deserts and outcomes can often be different. Go Thunder.
Rugby League
State of Origin Two is being played shortly in Sydney. Because it's a home game for NSW and they theoretically have a chip on their shoulder and because the conditions are wet the Blues may been in with a chance. BUT Queensland have Slater, Inglis, Thurston, and Smith as well as Hodges, Thaiday and Cronk - NSW have no-one except the train crash waiting to happen, currently reformed drunk Todd Carney. This game can really only go one way unless the Maroons completely don't turn up.
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Donald, McElroy, and Westwood really showing the world why they are 1, 2, and 3, in the world today. So far McElroy has blown an 18 inch putt four feet past the hole, Donald has hit the lip of a fairway bunker and Westwood took two chips to reach the green from 10 yards away. Combined they are 8 over through five holes.
Surprised Woods shot a 69. I gave him no chance at Olympic considering how dead you are on this course if you can't hit the fairway with your drives. I would look for someone who is very consistent yet always flies under the radar and not in the spotlight like Tiger and Phil to win this week. The first names that come to my mind are Matt Kuchar and Hunter Mahan.
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Through 13 Donald, McIlroy, and Westwood are a combined 15 over par. Donald is +7. I don't care what the rankings say, until Donald shows up and does something at a major he is not the number one player in the world. Most overrated player to ever hit #1 in the rankings in history.
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In case there was any doubt ESPN's telecast confirms that Chris Berman is the worst announcer alive for a golf telecast. Between his absolute cluelessness, his blatant rooting for certain players, and his annoying oohs and aahs every time a putt goes by the edge of the hole he makes the broadcast completely unlistenable. I can't help but wish he would swallow a grenade or at least his own tongue.
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Webb Simpson wins U.S. Open.
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I haven't been to a basketball game in probably 15 years, and I don't follow the sport at all, but I've got Game 5 of the finals on the TV at the moment. What's striking me is that it seems like it must be just insanely, permanent ear damagingly, loud in that arena. The guy on the PA system is bellowing almost constantly, and they have him turned up loud enough to blow your head off, it seems like. Then there's all the other noise coming from the speakers, and all the crowd noise. Have any of you guys been to an NBA game lately? Is this how they all are? How do you even fucking standing it?

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The X Games are on right now.

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And Olympic qualifying gymnastics. I just saw a blond twig miss the bar and fall flat on her face.
I prefer the floor routines. The uneven bars are sometimes interesting. The beam is boring and could be replaced by a pole, but I would feel weird watching underage teens on it.
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My favorite X Games events are the Rallycross, the Moto X, and Moto Enduro X race. But I like all the events there.

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On Saturday night, I saw highlights of the stunt drivers driving on the life size Hot Wheels tracks! That was very cool to see!

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The X Games used to put a premium on their freestyle motocross package but then began chipping away at the FMX budget, taking the course from the Colosseum to the Home Depot Center (shrinking it), then tossing an off-season Supercross racetrack on it (shrinking it further), building a rally racetrack on it (yep, shrinking it even more), and then this year to inside the Staples Center - it can't get smaller. For that, I wasn't going to watch a second of coverage. Then I got a text about the battle in Step Up and that a neighbor was going to be in FMX Best Trick...so I watched Friday night's coverage, and it was exhilarating.
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Erica Enders becomes the first woman to win an NHRA event in Pro Stock. She did it the hard way taking out four time world champion Greg Anderson in the finals.
 
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The Open Championship starts in approximately 2 weeks at Royal Lytham!

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Yeah, that was awesome.
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Joey Chestnut wins his 6th consecutive Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest with a total of 68, ouch!!
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He may not nuke the field, but I'll take Tiger by at least 2 shots.
 
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^ I'm cheering for Tiger as well!

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I'm not on the Woods express for the Open. Lytham has something like 200 bunkers on it and Tiger was around 30% in sand saves at the last major.
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should be fun to watch. After 2 1/2 years of self inflicted idiocy, it's nice to see him doing well again.
Jack's record falls in 4 years or less
Sam's in 6

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Also, the Olympics are coming.
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Too bad Dana didn't qualify.
No one competing in this games will look like this at 45:
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I heard that Steve Nash is now on the Lakers.
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If Tiger wins The Open Championships, he will regain the # 1 ranking!
GO TIGER!
 
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Posted - Jul 18 2012 : 6:39PM
Deux questions:
(1) Is Jeremy Lin worth $25M over 3 years?
(2) Who is under more pressure: Lin or the Knicks? (question from PTI)

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^I do think that it's too much money to pay Lin, but if a healthy Lin plays like he did before he was injured (or even better) then the Knicks should've kept him because he was clutch for the Knicks and the Knicks would've made a whole lot of money with his marketibility.
I heard that the Lakers got better again with the signing of Antawn Jamison!
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Phil Mickelson has spent more time crawling around on his hands and knees today than Bree Olson ever did at Charlie Sheen's house.
 
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Have the Lakers signed Superman yet?
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