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  1. freelegitmoney profile image53
    freelegitmoneyposted 10 years ago

    Who do you think will tonight win suns or spurs, dallas or new orleans!

  2. elisabeth reid profile image67
    elisabeth reidposted 10 years ago

    I'll take a chance and go with the Hornets to finish off the series.

    Oh.  Wait.  That game's over so I s'pose that's not really fair.

    Other game?  San Antonio.

  3. CMOE profile image55
    CMOEposted 10 years ago

    The Jazz better finish the stupid Rockets tomorrow.  In my opinion, the Jazz are the better team.

  4. elisabeth reid profile image67
    elisabeth reidposted 10 years ago

    That's tomorrow?  Why was I thinking tonight?


  5. CMOE profile image55
    CMOEposted 10 years ago

    Its tonight and Jazz are going to take it!!!!!

  6. elisabeth reid profile image67
    elisabeth reidposted 10 years ago

    For what it's worth, I think they will.  Although, IMO they should still be the New Orleans Jazz.  And the Hornets should still be in Charlotte.

    If they change cities, they should have to change names.  I can't get used to the Indianapolis Colts or the Baltimore Ravens, either.  Should be the Baltimore Colts.  Indy should call themselves...the Indys.  Or the Racers.  Or the  Bricks.  Anything but Colts.

    And that's the end of tonight's rant.  Stay tuned.....


  7. CMOE profile image55
    CMOEposted 10 years ago

    Its not looking good for the Jazz.  I hate the stupid Lakers.

  8. freelegitmoney profile image53
    freelegitmoneyposted 10 years ago


  9. elisabeth reid profile image67
    elisabeth reidposted 10 years ago

    I hate to say it, 'cause the Lakers aren't my favorite team, but I think they're gonna be the team to beat in the finals.  It's gonna come down the the Celtics and the Lakers...but the Lakers are gonna take it in the end, I think. 

    Flashback to the....70s?   Larry Bird and Magic Johnson.

  10. Paul Edmondson profile imageSTAFF
    Paul Edmondsonposted 10 years ago

    I'd like the Lakers to take it, but Chris Paul is so tough and even though they don't match up all that well with the Lakers, I think they can give them a run for their money.  Of course, they still have to finish off San Antonio.

  11. CMOE profile image55
    CMOEposted 10 years ago

    Jazz are back in this thing.  If they win tonight, they are going to take the series.  I truly think they are going to pull it off.  What do you think?

  12. profile image57
    shoes luvrposted 10 years ago

    I'd like to see Chris Paul and the Hornets beat the Lakers. He should have won MVP
    instead of Kobe. What is up with the wacked out Celtics? Can't win a road game to
    save their lives or careers!

  13. freelegitmoney profile image53
    freelegitmoneyposted 10 years ago

    The hornets are the truth this year!!! I think he did better than Kobe too but Bryant been in the league 12 yrs they had to give it to him at least Kobe aint actin like that batch he use to be lol when he was with Shaq.

  14. CMOE profile image55
    CMOEposted 10 years ago

    I am starting to think there is a real conspiracy to have the Lakers win.  Jazz have been on the wrong side of so many calls.  I can't believe the league supports the way the Jazz have been treated.

  15. Junkster profile image61
    Junksterposted 10 years ago

    Haven't seen the Lakers/Jazz series but I know at the end of game 6 with only about four points in it there was no way that Paul Pierce commited a charge!  Once again the referees siding with Lebron "yells whenever there's a hint of contact" James.  Watching it on replay even the commentators said that was an off call!  But ~I agree with the previous poster's sentiments: Why can't the Celtics win a road game!?  I have one possible answer: No consistent outside shooters, with Ray Allen pretty much non-existant during this series as well as Paul Pierce, James Posey and Rajon Rondo not finding form it's made a noticeable effect on being able to rally against a home crowd-fuelled team like the Cavs.

    that said, can't wait for the final game in Boston, at least that should be interesting like game 5!


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