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Lakers News: Suns Snuff L.A.’s Streak, Win 115-105

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Anthony Davis got hurt again. Stop us if you've heard that one before. Tonight, your Los Angeles Lakers' three-game win streak came to an end against the Phoenix Suns, despite yet another Herculean effort from Anthony Davis. The Brow scored 37 points on 11-of-17 shooting from the floor and 15-of-16 shooting from the free-throw line, 21 rebounds, five blocks, five steals, and two assists. In this blog post, we'll tell you everything you need to know about How to watch Mosconi Cup 2022 live

How sustainable is the Boston Celtics’ recent success?

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How sustainable is the Boston Celtics’ recent success? Playing like one of the best teams in the NBA in the early going of the 2022-23 season with an historically good offense and a defense that looks more like the league-leading defense it ended the 2021-22 season with, the Celtics are looking like a juggernaut that should be in the mix to hang the elusive Banner 18 this summer. But there is a long way to go between now and winning four games in the 2023 NBA Finals — can Boston keep the wheels on throughout the rest of the season?

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TEAMS don't need STARTS..STARS need TEAMS (ask Michael Jordan) GO SPURS GO.

Spurs "what if" #7- the last 13.5 seconds of Game 2 of the 2016 Western Conference Semifinals

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On May 2, 2016, Game 2 of the Western Conference Semifinals between the Thunder and Spurs came down the wire. Both teams played great basketball and all was exactly as the NBA gods would want from a postseason between rivals. At least for the first 47 minutes and 47 seconds. As for the rest, I think SB Nation’s Rodger Sherman said it best: And then came the game’s final 13 seconds. It’s hard to describe those 13 seconds without acknowledging the massive failures by all parties involved. Both teams made stupid plays. Both teams had a clear-cut path to victory, and both teams squandered their chance in outrageous fashion. Worse, both teams committed multiple infractions, and the third team on the court — the referees — stood silently as basketball calamity unfolded. Afterward, the official report from the NBA found five missed calls by the officials. FIVE. IN 13 seconds. That’s more than the average WWE referee misses in that amount of time. Here are the calls the NBA says it missed: 13.5 seconds remaining: Manu Ginobili steps over the line defending Dion Waiters’ inbounds pass In the last two minutes, this is a technical foul. The Thunder should’ve received an additional free throw, which could have given them a two-point lead and another opportunity to throw the ball in. 13.5 seconds remaining: Dion Waiters fouls Manu Ginobili Still the same inbounds pass. It was obvious that Dion Waiters reached across into the field of play and pushed Ginobili. Manu’s over-exaggerated reaction being a little WWE in nature have led the refs passing on a call, but it should have been a turnover, giving San Antonio the ball down.

Spurs could benefit from Knicks' blunder with snag of Mitchell Robinson

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The San Antonio Spurs will be looking for some reinforcements in the frontcourt this summer. While they'll no doubt be building through the draft, they'll also have a healthy variety of options to sign in the free agency pool. One player that could end up being a realistic option for the Spurs is Mitchell Robinson. Back in February, the New York Knicks were reportedly receiving trade offers for their starting center, and they fielded calls on potentially dealing Robinson at the trade deadline. Ultimately, they decided against it and chose to keep him until the offseason. This summer, Robinson will become an unrestricted free agent and have the choice of signing wherever he desires. This year Wrangler NFR Live Online The 2022 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo will be held at the Las Vegas, NV, United States.

Aron Baynes' ordeal

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Crazy story about Baynes. Best of luck to him!!

LaMarcus Aldridge 'Giveaway' Becomes Another Bobblehead

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On Ticketmaster, the LMA 'Giveaway' by H-E-B at the Mavericks game Feb. 26 is... another bobblehead. UPDATE: Link doesn't seem to work from Fanshot. If you have a Spurs Ticketmaster account, try to find it there. It will if you are a Season Ticket holder & get an email with the link. I'm not against them; I'm getting Patty's Jan. 19 at the Miami game because I've got the weekend ticket plan. Just wondering if it's worth buying the PtR ticket package for that night. Feel free to comment if you care; I couldn't add this to the PtR ticket post because comments are closed.

Exposing the Lies about TD

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https://youtu.be/Pvq-wFFuqPY

Just found this video published 2 days ago about the GOATPUFF. Very interesting analysis so definitely check out the whole 16 minute + video !