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Discussion in 'Basketball' started by stewie griffen, Jan 9, 2017.
I assume he's given up 20+ points in 34 of the games he's played as well.
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I saw a tweet a little while ago about how much better the rest of the celts play without him on the court. I think it was on both sides of the court too. He may well be an empty stats guy.
Goberts arms are so long
Same thing went through Cleveland last week as well as Chicago right now
Wow a Lebron heat check that went in
It's been going around the whole league seemingly the last month or so, lots of guys missing games with the flu recently from all over.
Beas is a moron
Step back 22 footer
But they can beat the Cavs at home also beaten 2 of the top 3 teams in the West already
never under estimate any team, especially one that can shut anyone down with their defence
Utah certainly couldnt compete with Boston or Toronto
Btw Lebron hasnt won in Salt Lake since Dec 8, 2010
They're damn good
Poor performance gets a poor result. LeBron the only good player today. Love and Irving shot poorly and our bench did jack shit.
Korver had no clue what the plays were and given he is a poor defender I don't get why they played him... out played by the jazz again
Malcolm Brogdon has already kicked delly out of the rotations
It's one of the roughest spots for him to debut given how good the Jazz are at limiting good 3pt looks.
He said it himself that it will take a few games for him to understand the way the Cavs play. I'm not expecting him to do much in the first few games.
When healthy i feel Jazz can compete with anyone... good starting 5, decent enough bench. Hayward 28 pts on on 10/12 shooting
Except Boston and Toronto obviously
Yeah and tomorrow cavs play in Portland another arena they usually suck in
well obviously lucky wont have to play them in the playoffs