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PostPosted: Fri Jan 19, 2018 11:19 am 
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zorro05 wrote:
```SAYANG,,,Kinulang ang MAGIKSYANS..!!!

boset dun sa 3 sekons ke rep,,,kampi sa homkortt...!!

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: ,,,,,


puso mo bai Zor..lols..yaan mo lang sabi nga ni Jawo..magkikita din yan sa Finals..he,he :lol:


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 19, 2018 12:03 pm 
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Yes, Cavs wins it by hairline. Congratz!
Go Lebonbom.. Cavs got only 1 championship in 50 years, thats all they can think of, and that was donated by the refs and NBA front office. :lol:

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 20, 2018 10:28 am 
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a win is a win


eat that haterzzzz


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 20, 2018 10:41 am 
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Los Angeles Clippers center DeAndre Jordan, left, and guard Lou Williams during the first half
of an NBA basketball game Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2017, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Kyusung Gong)

The Cleveland Cavaliers are pursuing a trade for Los Angeles Clippers center DeAndre Jordan ahead of the NBA's Feb. 8 trade deadline, according to the New York Times' Marc Stein.

Furthermore, Stein reported the Cavaliers have "registered trade interest" in Clippers guard Lou Williams and have included center Tristan Thompson and swingman J.R. Smith in "various trade proposals."

Sam Amick of USA Today reported a deal for Jordan is not expected to be completed in the near future.

Stein also confirmed the Cavaliers have looked at acquiring Sacramento Kings point guard George Hill to stabilize their backcourt.

Yahoo Sports' Shams Charania first reported Friday that Cleveland was "expressing interest" in a possible trade for Hill.

` lets all hope that our all-powerful darth sidious will grant our wish...' :mrgreen: ;;

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 20, 2018 10:44 am 
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Panic mode... :lol:

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 20, 2018 11:17 am 
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```hanggang REGULAR season lang kayu...'' :finger: ...,,

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 21, 2018 8:27 am 
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``olats agin, tambakers pa..'' good job pisting Lue, ...

good job THUNDERS!!!

:celebrate: :celebrate: :celebrate: :celebrate:

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 21, 2018 2:02 pm 
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Masaya na ako na tinambakan natin ang Thunders today kahit hindi nakuhan ni LBJ ang 30k points... :lol:

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 21, 2018 2:04 pm 
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At least we tightened our defense...
20 assists lang si Westbrook... :lol:

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 21, 2018 5:25 pm 
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People here overlook the fact that the big 3 of okc is starting to be the real deal

Kaya predicted na tatalunin nila ang cavs :lol:

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 21, 2018 8:58 pm 
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Bye bye drama queen LEBRON :lol:

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 22, 2018 9:18 am 
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`` talaga nman mka-THUNDERS ang nga taga dito...

kaya,,, ekxpeks na sila at kabs ang magkikita sa kangkungan,, este,, sa paynal...

:celebrate: :celebrate: :celebrate:

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 22, 2018 10:30 am 
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Honest analysis from Homer Sayson, one of my favorite sports columnist... :lol:

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Regardless of LeBron's assurances, flawed Cavs face uphill climb to NBA Finals
From: Homer D. Sayson January 17, 2018, 06:11 pm

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LeBron James and the Cavaliers, as presently constituted, are flawed. They are unstable at the point guard position, shallow on the front line, and thin in the middle. The only excess they have is a "glut of redundant role players." AP


CHICAGO - With a players' age average of 30.3, they are the oldest team in the NBA. Some of their mainstays - Dwyane Wade and Kyle Korver, both 36, and Channing Frye, 34 - are so past their prime they belong in a museum.

Ranked 29th among 30 teams in defensive efficiency, surrendering 109.3 points per 100 possessions according to ESPN, their defense has more dents than a golf ball.

They are not just losing games. They are getting crushed. Walloped by the Minnesota Timberwolves, 127-99, last January 8 and brutalized by the Toronto Raptors, 133-99, three days later. They were also creamed by the Portland Trail Blazers, 127-110, last January 2 in Cleveland, which made up for a very unhappy new year.

After bowing to the Golden State Warriors, 118-110, on Monday (Tuesday, Manila time) at the Quicken Loans Arena, they have lost four straight and nine of their last 12. With a 26-17 record, they are seven games behind the 34-11 Boston Celtics for the best record in the Eastern Conference.

Their defense is inept. Their offense is predictable, craving for imagination. They are old and decrepit. And they are falling apart like broken down, well-worn shoes.

They are the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Oh, how the mighty has fallen.

The beast in the East for the last three years, the Cavs are now barely hanging on to third place, 3.5 games behind the No.2 Raptors (29-13) and leading the fourth-ranked Miami Heat (25-18) by just one game. If the playoffs were to start today, Cleveland would have to go through Indiana in the first round, Toronto in the second round before facing Boston in the East Finals.

Only Joshua and the Israelites had a more treacherous path to the Promised Land.


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But like a leader who doesn't want to admit that the walls are crumbling around his empire, LeBron James, the self-imposed Cavalier king, is playing it cool and told ESPN, "I like our effort tonight (against the Warriors). If we continue on that, going into our next few games, then I like where we are."

Besides being a regular season MVP, NBA Finals MVP and perennial All-Star, LeBron deserves a few more titles: Spin Doctor and Denial-in-Chief.

IF YOU ARE BLIND AS A BAT and believe in what LeBron is saying, then Santa Claus is real. To paraphrase the late Daniel Patrick Moynihan, the great former United States senator and diplomat, we are all entitled to our own opinion, but not our own facts.

The truth is, the Cavaliers, as presently constituted, are flawed. They are unstable at the point guard position, shallow on the front line, and thin in the middle. The only excess they have is a "glut of redundant role players," per anonymous team sources who voiced their frustrations to multiple outlets including Cleveland.com and The Athletic.

Indeed, the Cavs did have a streak of 18 wins in 19 games early this season, but that was a harvest poached with the aid of inferior teams. Against the top tier squads such Golden State, Houston, Minnesota, Toronto and Boston, the Cavaliers are a sorry 1-6.

Cleveland used to just waltz through the regular season as though it was an inconsequential speed bump on their march to the playoffs. They'd turn on the switch in April, crank up the gear in May, and then easily race to the NBA Finals in June.

There is no such guarantee this time. The switch is short-circuited, the power is lacking. And the sands of the hour glass are falling fast on 33-year old LeBron.

As a writer with an insatiable appetite for drama, I was so looking forward to a Warriors-Cavs NBA Finals showdown Part IV. But with turmoil fermenting in Cleveland, I'm beginning to warm up to the idea of Boston and Golden State shooting for all the marbles this year.

And so should you.

NO QUICK FIX. To address some of their personnel woes, the Cavaliers can tinker a little bit before the February 3 trading deadline. But with the league's highest payroll at $137.08 million, they have little flexibility to do so.

I mean, how can you move J.R. Smith, who is making $13.2 million this season plus another $30.4 million until 2020 or Tristan Thompson, who rakes in $16.4 million this season plus another $36 million guaranteed in the ensuing two seasons?

The Cavs have acquired two draft picks in the Kyrie Irving trade but it would be prudent to hold on to those chips in case LeBron leaves (again) this July and a rebuilding becomes expedient and most imperative.

That being said, these Cavs are stuck with whatever working or malfunctioning pieces they have. But given his pride, his intensity and desire to win, LeBron is more than capable of pulling a rabbit off of his fedora and drag Cleveland to its fourth straight NBA Finals and his ninth overall.

Once they get there, though, the only thing they'll see is the shine of the Larry O'Brien trophy that the Warriors will be hoisting.

Read more at http://www.spin.ph/basketball/nba/spin- ... EDXCGbd.99

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 22, 2018 10:34 am 
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And another one...
Nice read... :lol:

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LeBron left with an empty feeling as Thunder-struck Cavs continue free fall
From: Homer D. Sayson January 21, 2018, 06:41 pm

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CHICAGO - LeBron James was gunning to become the seventh player in NBA history to score 30,000. The pursuit of immortality was televised around the world and the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland swelled with 20,562 fans ready to explode in celebration.

But what was anticipated to be a milestone night turned out to be a brutal stoning as the Oklahoma City Thunder, who shot an astounding 58 percent from the field, rocked the Cavaliers, 148-124.

Under siege, LeBron managed 18 points, which was seven short of the goal. Good for him because reaching 30K while getting violated by 24 at home would have felt empty, like graduating summa cum laude in law school and then failing spectacularly in the bar exams.

The Cavaliers, 3-9 since December and 27-18 overall, have been concussed by bad losses this season. But this one was different - quick and painful. They fell behind 33-14 after just 7:32 of play in the opening quarter and gave up 76 points at the half..

Against Oklahoma's explosive offense, the Cavaliers' obliging defense didn't stand a chance. It was like alcohol versus the alcoholic, The bottle always wins.

Paul George lit up for 36. Russell Westbrook had 23 points and 20 assists while Carmelo Anthony swished 19. Steven Adams, who can be politely disinterested on offense, scored 25 points. The amiable giant from New Zealand couldn't miss even if he tried, making 12 of 13 field goals while cornering 10 boards,

The Thunder made 58 of 100 shots and 14 of 30 triples. They had more trouble making baskets when nobody was guarding, converting just 18 of 28 free throws. But OKC owned the boards 52-28 and had more assists, 37-32. The only thing the Cavs did slightly better was creating more turnovers, 15-13.

A FEW DAYS ago I wrote a column about how these Cavs will struggle getting to their usual place in the NBA Finals this June. It touched an angry cord among several Cavs fans who labeled me a hater and wrongly accused me of being biased (it's an opinion piece, duh!).

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Regardless of LeBron's assurances, flawed Cavs face uphill climb to NBA Finals

But bless my heckled heart, LeBron seems to agree that his team, which is plenty of watts short on star power, simply do not have the horses.

"Playoffs? We can't even start thinking about that, not the way we're playing right now. We could easily get bounced early in the playoffs if they started next weekend," the King told ESPN.

Sadly for the Cavs, things are getting worse not better.

J.R. Smith is AWOL. Tristan Thompson is under performing his $15 million salary. Kevin Love has an illness that forced him out of action after a brief 3-minute appearance against the Thunder. And Dwyane Wade continues to be old and over-the-hill.

Isaiah Thomas is back from a hip injury, finally. But six games into his return, he has more rust than a junked '76 Impala. So far, Thomas is 40-of-101 from the field and 14-of-48 from long distance. I don't know which is worse. his poor shooting or the volume of shots he's taking as a point guard who is supposed to set the table for his teammates.

I initially thought there was trouble in Cleveland's paradise. I was so wrong.

Paradise is burning.

LUE ON THE LOOSE? "Players win games, coaches lose them," so says an old basketball adage. Which is why coaches are always first in the blame line when a team goes in a rut.

Rumors about Cleveland head coach Tyronn Lue's job security are running rampant these days. When asked if Lue could be fired after a succession of horrible losses, LeBron James didn't exactly give a ringing endorsement and merely told the Cleveland Plain Dealer, "I hope not."

Hired as David Blatt's replacement last January 22, 2016, Lue has a fat contract that pays him $35 million for five years. Firing him would mean paying him the remainder of this season's $7 million paycheck plus another guaranteed $21 million to walk away.

Cavs owner Dan Gilbert did not make his billions throwing good money after bad.

But even if, for the sake of argument, Gilbert bites the bullet, a coaching change wouldn't change the tragedy that awaits in the playoffs. Getting rid of Lue, to borrow a 1969 Time magazine quote, would be like "rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic."

Read more at http://www.spin.ph/basketball/nba/spin- ... UO4dBFL.99

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 22, 2018 10:41 am 
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``its jas an ANAL -lisis...., mang jabsss,,, no deferens from da barbero's kuda sa kanto.

ANAL-lis are SAMPU mamera,,,dito man o' sa YT, O' ENTERNET.

'''depens da homkort,,,, NEXT taym, get pipty poynts para sure na sure...

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