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Old 05-01-2009, 04:59 PM
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Okay, so I have not brought this up yet because I have been so engaged in the action of this series that I keep wanting to see what happens next before I go out on a limb with another opinion that is ultimately wrong.

So, who is gonna win Game 7?

I am taking my Bulls. I know it's a mountain to climb, but after what I have seen in the last 6 games, NOTHING in this world can surprise me. We have seen 7 overtime periods this series, including last nights triple overtime, and with all the excitement, I have no doubt in my mind that this has been the most exciting series the NBA has seen in recent history.
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Okay, so I have not brought this up yet because I have been so engaged in the action of this series that I keep wanting to see what happens next before I go out on a limb with another opinion that is ultimately wrong.

So, who is gonna win Game 7?

I am taking my Bulls. I know it's a mountain to climb, but after what I have seen in the last 6 games, NOTHING in this world can surprise me. We have seen 7 overtime periods this series, including last nights triple overtime, and with all the excitement, I have no doubt in my mind that this has been the most exciting series the NBA has seen in recent history.
I think I'm pulling for your Bulls as well, just to watch my best friend (a die-hard Celtics fan) cry.
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Old 05-01-2009, 05:16 PM
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Old 05-01-2009, 06:10 PM
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The Celtics have lost a lot of respect from me in this series, they play dirty and expect to get away with it, Rondo should have been ejected from last night's game...and I hope Miller pays him back if Rondo tries to drive to the hoop, I hope they drop him on his little gremlin looking head
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The Celtics have lost a lot of respect from me in this series, they play dirty and expect to get away with it, Rondo should have been ejected from last night's game...and I hope Miller pays him back if Rondo tries to drive to the hoop, I hope they drop him on his little gremlin looking head
Same reason I hate the Spurs (I'm a Steve Nash/Suns fan).
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Old 05-01-2009, 06:39 PM
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Same reason I hate the Spurs (I'm a Steve Nash/Suns fan).
Suns fan here too, and I HATE the Spurs. This series has brought back some memories from a few years back with PHX and San Antonio.

I also hate the Pistons, and I have never liked the Celtics. After this series I definitely lost some respect for them, but mostly as a basketball team. They are the returning champions, they should have made short work of the Bulls.
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The Celtics have lost a lot of respect from me in this series, they play dirty and expect to get away with it, Rondo should have been ejected from last night's game...and I hope Miller pays him back if Rondo tries to drive to the hoop, I hope they drop him on his little gremlin looking head
You don't remember the old days of the Bulls vs Pistons do you.

On much more important news, Hawks down 2 in the second period make an incredible recovery and go on to win 6 to 3.
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Old 05-03-2009, 06:41 AM
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You don't remember the old days of the Bulls vs Pistons do you.

On much more important news, Hawks down 2 in the second period make an incredible recovery and go on to win 6 to 3.
Why does everyone think that the Hawks winning negates the importance of the Bulls?

Damn hockey nuts
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Old 05-03-2009, 07:18 AM
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You don't remember the old days of the Bulls vs Pistons do you.

On much more important news, Hawks down 2 in the second period make an incredible recovery and go on to win 6 to 3.
Well I did watch pretty intently from the womb, but I guess I just didn't have the memorization skills back then that I have now


oh and yeah hawks, I can't watch them here because we don't have versus at school, at home I could watch them...they did that last game as well, got down early, came back late, difference is, we held on this time
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