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Old 04.11.2008, 03:36 PM
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The Pistons are gunning for the title...

Allen Iverson will be a much needed boost to their point scoring and Denver will have a great PG (and far cheaper) in Billups... Still not sure if McDyes is to keen on all this. unlikely to see him kit up for the Nuggets
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Old 10.11.2008, 10:48 AM
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The Pistons are gunning for the title...

Allen Iverson will be a much needed boost to their point scoring and Denver will have a great PG (and far cheaper) in Billups... Still not sure if McDyes is to keen on all this. unlikely to see him kit up for the Nuggets
Wake up and smell the coffee. The Celtics taught Iverson and the Nuggets a lesson. No.18 for the Cs this year.
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Old 24.11.2008, 10:16 PM
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Supposedly the Knicks have cleared enough cap space to get Lebron James will it happen , i know Lebron is a big yankees fan and the city of new york is tempting , bigger jersey sales than Favre !
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Old 01.12.2008, 07:03 PM
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lakers are flying at the moment.my brother is working in LA at the moment and says much of the talk centres on the lakers beating the chicago bulls record of 72-10.cant see it myself.
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Old 01.12.2008, 09:29 PM
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R there ne Knicks fans from leeds around????? or in yorkshire
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Old 06.12.2008, 09:27 PM
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Wake up and smell the coffee. The Celtics taught Iverson and the Nuggets a lesson. No.18 for the Cs this year.
patriots and celts fan ,hmm i dont smell coffee i smell "glory hunter"
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Old 07.12.2008, 07:16 PM
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patriots and celts fan ,hmm i dont smell coffee i smell "glory hunter"
Nah I'd probrably give him the benifit of the doubt, he may like his boston teams ??????
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Old 08.12.2008, 02:41 PM
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patriots and celts fan ,hmm i dont smell coffee i smell "glory hunter"
Glory Hunter?

Nice Guy. Very strange guy too that you think there's something unusual in being a fan of teams in different sports from the same city. Do you want me to cherry pick teams from around the States like many people on here? For your information I'm an ex-Boston resident living in the UK and long time fan of all the Boston teams - Red Sox, Bruins, Pats and Celtics.

My comment about smelling the coffee was a bit of light hearted banter. It's pretty obvious that the aquisition of Iverson is unlikely to be enough to propel the Pistons to the title. That's almost certainly going to be between the Celtics and the Lakers again. Good luck to Loquacious though at least he's passionate about his team.
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Old 10.12.2008, 10:30 PM
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Glory Hunter?

Nice Guy. Very strange guy too that you think there's something unusual in being a fan of teams in different sports from the same city. Do you want me to cherry pick teams from around the States like many people on here? For your information I'm an ex-Boston resident living in the UK and long time fan of all the Boston teams - Red Sox, Bruins, Pats and Celtics.

My comment about smelling the coffee was a bit of light hearted banter. It's pretty obvious that the aquisition of Iverson is unlikely to be enough to propel the Pistons to the title. That's almost certainly going to be between the Celtics and the Lakers again. Good luck to Loquacious though at least he's passionate about his team.
Why do u need to go all out to justify yourself, i guess some people dont see the joke side, i get it all the time being a huge United fan lol.

i dont get what you meant by you "taught iverson and the nugs a lesson" when they dint meet in a playoffs game(obviously bcos east/west) ........anyway we beat ur ass in your own court few weeks ago

i personally think Detroit will have a chance bcos they will always get to the playoffs, and iverson is desperate for a title, i still think Boston and L.A. are stronger, dare i say the way Denver are playing we can be be a force as Billups gives us playoff experince(wishfull thinking lol).

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Old 12.12.2008, 02:56 PM
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If the Cavs keep on at this pace, they will win 70 games this season. So will the Celtics and Lakers.

By the way I am a Cavs fan and a Bengals fan so I'm happy that at least one team is doing well. I started supporting the Cavs last season and for LeBron James.
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