I hate that Pierce iso play but that was money, honey
And The Truth shall set y-- DAMN.
What a good game. Celtics winning in the Garden would be great.
Eric Prydz: EP/IC: 11/29 @ Aragon Ballroom
Coachella: 4/11-13 @ Empire Polo Fields
THE END OF THE BIG 3
More like Erik LOLelstra, amirite?
Disclosure - 1/31 - Stubb's
Neutral Milk Hotel - 2/17 - Moody Theater
Four Tet - 3/1 - The Mohawk
SXSW - 3/7 - 3/16
Austin Psych Fest - 5/2 - 5/4 - Carson Creek Ranch
Spoelstra is a smug asshole in way over his head.
I don't even think they run offensive sets, there is no sort of continuity or rhythm at any point in their half court game. Their open court games is as good as any, but that's only beneficial when they're committed defensively.Yes, I primarily blame Spoelstra, but LeBron and Wade also deserve blame. Their body language was, and has been awful for most of the playoffs. It's almost like they think they're too good to play all out on each end of the floor. They do it in spurts, but it's always reactionary, and they never initiate with any sense of will or desperation. It's like they're in cruise control until they have to sprint to the finish line. With their athleticism, they should have an energy level similar to OKC's.
On the flip side, Doc Rivers deserves a bunch of credit because he's been masterful this series.
I don't see Pat Riley ever making another run at coaching. Also, if Phil were to come out of retirement, which is much more believable to me, I don't see it happening without a point guard and a center that have a better skill set. Chalmers and Haslem would fucking blow in a triangle scheme. Either way, if the Heat lose this series I don't see Spoelstra coming back.
eric spoelstra is going nowhere. What is with all these Jerry Sloan rumors? He's 70 and I thought he left the game because he is old and wants to maintain his health.
Nate McMillan I would think gets picked up by one of the teams that need a coach.
Brian Shaw is another who is interviewing with the Bobcats
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Bold statement: I think Russell Westbrook might be the most athletic PG ever. Sure others are more explosive and powerful, but he has those traits along with his speed and seemingly never fatigues. The guy is a mile a minute for 48 minutes every night.