Day: April 16, 2017

NBA Playoff Preview: Cavs vs Pacers

Game 1 on Saturday was already a lot closer than most people expected, with the Cavs pulling out a 109-108 victory, and Paul George looks as hungry as ever to pull out a series victory for his Pacers.  His comments regarding taking the last shot were a bit unfounded, considering that he was double teamed and CJ Miles got a good look, but I respect his passion and that he so desperately wants the ball in his hands with the game on the line. Either way, game 1 is a promising sign for a series that looked like a snoozer heading...

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NBA Playoff Preview: Spurs vs Grizzlies

Spurs: Another year, another 60 wins for the Spurs. You may not have noticed, but Gregg Popovich has kept this machine humming, even with Tim Duncan’s retirement. Kawhi Leonard’s impact should not be understated; he has been absolutely outstanding all season long on the sides of the floor and hasn’t slipped much on defense, even with his added scoring load. Previously unknown players, Dewayne Dedmon and Jonathon Simmons, have become cogs in Pop’s rotation and have provided the athleticism that a team playing Tony Parker, Manu Ginobili, David Lee and Pau Gasol desperately needs. Speaking of Pau, he has quietly had...

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Washington Wizards vs. Atlanta Hawks Preview

LMBF continues its playoff previews with the 4 v 5 matchup in the East. At first glance, this series appears to lack some excitement and to that I say, your eyes are just fine. In any case, this is the playoffs and all it takes is a little spark to send one of these two teams to a second round exit. All jokes aside here is my preview of the series. Washington Wizards Is this finally the year that John Wall proves to be an elite playoff performer? This question can really only be answered if his supporting cast shows...

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