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  1. 1. Who will win the 2012/13 NBA Championship?

    • Lakers
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    • Miami
      23
    • OKC
      5
    • NYN
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    • Chicago
      1
    • San Antonio
      11
    • Boston
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    • Clippers
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    • Memphis
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    • Indiana
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    • Houston
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    • Other
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Is it me or do some NBA stat lines don't make any sense? For example, Alan Anderson's stat line from Tuesday; FGM-A - 6-12, 3PM- A- 5-7, FTM-A - 1-2.

So he scored six field goals (12 points) and five 3 pointers (15 points) and one free throw made which equates to 28 points but he's only listed as 18?

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nice showing by my under"dog" T-Wolves getting it done against the Thunder!

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Great game last night with the return of Nash.

Lakers still need to clean up their game though.

Glad I PVRd that one.

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Is it me or do some NBA stat lines don't make any sense? For example, Alan Anderson's stat line from Tuesday; FGM-A - 6-12, 3PM- A- 5-7, FTM-A - 1-2.

So he scored six field goals (12 points) and five 3 pointers (15 points) and one free throw made which equates to 28 points but he's only listed as 18?

3 Point field goals are counted in the field goals as well.

1 2PT FG = 2pts, Five 3PT FGS=15pts, 1FTM=1PT, equals 18 points.

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3 Point field goals are counted in the field goals as well.

1 2PT FG = 2pts, Five 3PT FGS=15pts, 1FTM=1PT, equals 18 points.

The 3 point Attempts are included in the field goals attempts as well right? So that's why field goal percentage is so heavily weighted when determining how legit a player is...

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The 3 point Attempts are included in the field goals attempts as well right? So that's why field goal percentage is so heavily weighted when determining how legit a player is...

Yup.

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Join the Virtual Basketball Association in the Fantasy Hockey Forum, there's lots of teams available and it will be done through a Fantasy Draft. Hurry draft starts Monday!

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Apparently Sacramento might be moving into Seattle? I'd love this so much.

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Is the arena going to be ready in time??

I think they said they would play one year in a different arena and switch to the new one after.

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LeBron becomes youngest ever to score 20,000 career points:

OAKLAND, Calif. -- LeBron James has become the youngest player in NBA history to score 20,000 points.

James eclipsed the milestone Wednesday night against the Golden State Warriors when he made a short jumper with 2:45 left in the second quarter to give him 2,001 career points. He needed 18 points entering the game to be the 38th NBA player to reach the mark.

The previous youngest to score 20,000 points was Lakers star Kobe Bryant, who got there when he was 29 years, 122 days old. James was 28 years, 17 days on Wednesday.

In the first quarter, James also found Dwyane Wade slicing down the lane for his 5,000th career assist. He is the 13th player with 20,000 points and 5,000 assists.

http://www.tsn.ca/nba/story/?id=413740

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Lebron still the best

Lakers aren't very good

Westbrook has become very good

Raptors suck

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LeBron becomes youngest ever to score 20,000 career points:

OAKLAND, Calif. -- LeBron James has become the youngest player in NBA history to score 20,000 points.

James eclipsed the milestone Wednesday night against the Golden State Warriors when he made a short jumper with 2:45 left in the second quarter to give him 2,001 career points. He needed 18 points entering the game to be the 38th NBA player to reach the mark.

The previous youngest to score 20,000 points was Lakers star Kobe Bryant, who got there when he was 29 years, 122 days old. James was 28 years, 17 days on Wednesday.

In the first quarter, James also found Dwyane Wade slicing down the lane for his 5,000th career assist. He is the 13th player with 20,000 points and 5,000 assists.

http://www.tsn.ca/nba/story/?id=413740

Well guess what Lebron Durant will be at 20,000 points before you so HA

DURANT WHAT A SUPER BEAST

He just dropped 52 POINTS AGAINST THE MAVS HOLYYYYY SHEEEET

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The Heat are going to repeat, it's just a matter of how many games they let OKC win.

Lakersssssssuck.

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The Heat are going to repeat, it's just a matter of how many games they let OKC win.

Lakersssssssuck.

All the hype about the big 4 + Metta World Peace and now they suck so bad

The team was better with Bynum

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All the hype about the big 4 + Metta World Peace and now they suck so bad

The team was better with Bynum

It was pretty obvious this was going to be the result.

I love Steve Nash, but he's aging and injury prone.

Dwight Howard is injury prone and a head case.

Things we already knew before the season. Glad I'm not a Lakers fan.

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Fire D'antoni and bring in Phil Jackson while its not too late.

Lakers could've had Chris Paul right now if the league wasn't so retarded and veto'd the trade.

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