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That's the thing that apparently (thousands of) people don't realize, when your calf or whatever is cramping you literally can't move. Your only options are to ride it out and then treat it gingerly a

See, this is why you don't have games in Mexico City. Spurs/Timerwolves game was canceled because of fire.

Just read the Finals are going back to a 2-2-1-1-1 format. Good news.

You missed a nail-biter. Dallas gave the Spurs a couple of opportunities to get back in the game. It would have been a self destructive loss for the Mavs, had the Spurs pulled it off. It wasn't over until the final buzzer.

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The Spurs have proven they can be equally self-destructive. Many said they should have swept the Mavs so this series has been great. The bar was getting too crowded to enjoy so I went home.

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The Mavs have the Spurs right where they want them. The Spurs have gassed them selves out in the 1st half, with all of the running and scoring. They don't stand a chance at holding that lead. :p

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Doesn't seem like anybody cares :shrug:

 

I went to Game 7 last night, it was a blast. I still think Miami and Indiana are on a collision course. Even down 3-2 I thought that. I only ever really got worried in game 6 when they were down 4 with 3 minutes left. Atlanta is just a terrible match-up for the Pacers. Plus they've got that quirky 3-heavy offense which is brutally efficient at times. I think Indiana gets back to their old ways in round 2.

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I don't watch NBA games anymore but am still fond of the Pacers so I like your thoughts.

 

I did check the playoffs results every night and had a feeling the Pacers would pull it out. Especially in once the Hawks jacked Game 6.

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Doesn't seem like anybody cares :shrug:

 

I went to Game 7 last night, it was a blast. I still think Miami and Indiana are on a collision course. Even down 3-2 I thought that. I only ever really got worried in game 6 when they were down 4 with 3 minutes left. Atlanta is just a terrible match-up for the Pacers. Plus they've got that quirky 3-heavy offense which is brutally efficient at times. I think Indiana gets back to their old ways in round 2.

I care!

 

Just haven't felt qualified to talk about the Pacers, because I've barely had time to keep up with he Blazers this year, and feel about a year out-of-date on all other NBA teams.

 

That said, I am very much looking foward to Miami vs. Indiana and will be making time for that (and wanting the Pacers to win, of course).

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You didn't miss much Ms. Spam. The Mavs, on the other hand, missed a lot of shots in the 1st half, while the Spurs were in a zone.

 

I'm disappointed, but I sort of expected the Spurs to come out on fire in the 1st half of this game and they did. The Mavs' shooting going cold is something I've gotten used to this season. They have lost many games by just not scoring for 5 to 6 minutes of a period and they did that today.

 

Good luck to the Spurs. I feel that they are the only team that can stop Miami from winning another title, unless the Pacers get back to being the team they were in the 1st half of the season.

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OMG Pong. 36 points in one quarter.

 

In other news, I saw on another board how a poster hoped it would be the Wizards vs Miami instead of the Pacers because it will be hard to watch the Pacers get through 7 games and not go on while the Wizards will play their best but be bounced out in four.

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If the Spurs play like they have in the last 2 games, they'll have plenty of gas in the tank. Portland has their hands full in this series.

Agreed. Blazers didn't play well, but even if they had, Spurs still would have most likely won this one. It was a masterful work of pressure and professionalism. Hated being on the other side, but it was really impressive to watch.

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