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He said it was likely that they will lose the series. Did you not read that sentence?
11 months, 3 weeks ago on Tuesday Bolts - 6.5.12
You are such a stark raving moron that it's beyond words. I called this series from the beginning and you were the one who completely misevaluated a team that you watch every single day. It's really sad that you have such a negatively biased view of your team which is no doubt a reflection of your life.
This is an accurate post but I was the one who was called stupid, a reverse troll, a homer, an idiot, by these morons who I am now calling out. Sorry, but when you act like that and you are the one who is wrong, I am going to point it out.
dude, seriously, you? You are usually pretty good. Just stop trying to pretend what this moron said was right.
you are stupid. That didn't happen.
Just admit you are a poser. A poser is someone who pretends like they know a lot about basketball.
that was sarcastic, you idiot, here was my very next post, look in the thread!
I told you guys that we were going to figure out this gimmicky Spurs offense. It just took a little more time than I suspected. The Thunder are going to dismantle the Spurs now because they don't have a plan B! You don't go from 120 points to 82 in one game by chance! #Thunder_in_6
We are going to win.
Okay, my work here is done. I don't like this board because the posers etc. who think that they are 'objective' are actually objectified morons. This series clearly played out the way that I said it would. I wouldn't care if you guys were just stupid but you are pushy AND stupid. That's really annoying.
It wasn't objective, it was wrong.
@Tronchaser @Barry Amenema
lol, you guys are just too dumb to be real.
Old Man Game was SPOT ON in his evaluation:
"If you watch what San Antonio does, it's pretty hard to game plan for that during the regular season, especially this compressed regular season. You're basically going to role the ball out there and give it your best shot. But similarly to how the D'Antoni/Nash Suns would torch people in the regular season and early rounds of the playoffs with their unique style of play, they always got ground down when they faced the tough competition in later rounds that had time to really scout them and the talent to hurt them on the offensive end. It seems at least plausible that could happen here as well (and I don't care about what they did to the Jazz that barely made the playoffs or the Clips with Blake and CP3 playing on one leg each or a leg and a half). "
*And for the record I 'liked' the comment at the time and quoted it and said "THIS AND ONLY THIS"*
Here's some more of JustinMIA's great analysis:
The Spurs are not unbeatable but it will be an upward climb. Their depth will present the biggest problem. LAL had no bench, DAL didn't either really. Spurs seem to have interchangeable parts everywhere and come at you with the second unit in the game. If/when Westbrook and Durant are sitting and we bring in the funky lineups with Derek Fisher, the Spurs will feast on our defense.
Hollinger's Evaluation: Unfortunately, OKC is about to run into a buzzsaw. San Antonio's numbers of late are video-game crazy: The Spurs not only have 18 straight wins, but they are 32-3 in their past 35 games. The most amazing stat is that they're 24-3 in their past 27 road games, with two of three defeats coming when they decided to rest their starters. That's the scarier part; when you take out games the Spurs tanked, they're record really starts looking good. In the last 47 games Tony Parker played, for instance, they're 43-4. Did you hear me? FORTY-THREE AND FOUR! If it took them 47 games to lose four times with Parker, I'm guessing it will take more than seven for them to lose four more.
*lol, um, he's so smart*
I'm a bit tired of people who aren't 100 percent flag waving homers getting called out as not being fans. You can be a fan and think there are faults with this team or another team is better. Nothing wrong with that.
*lol, except when you watch your team every day and complete misevaluate them then I would say that is the definition of 'something wrong with that'*
Bry Bry had really good analysis. I think people should listen to him. Go back and read, his insights are much better than these other posers.
Another comment from ElMexiThunder. This might be my favorite as he called me delusional when what I said would happen has played out EXACTLY:
@aise0603 @Jooseppi @bmuelle2112 I understand this entire blog is based on a specific team, that everyone on here is as much of a fan as the next one, but there's a line between a "Homer", and a "Delusional Homer". Admitting that another team thats playing as good as basketball as us and could beat us isn't being a poser. Its being a realist
Comments from bmuelle 10 days ago
Even though i think the Spurs are going to win it sucks being on "Spurs Island" all alone on here so i'll go Thunder in 6 being my official pick lol steal game 1 or 2 and sweep all 3 home games