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    Seriously? Clippers were nothing but a after thought until CP3 showed up.

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    Blake is better than Chris. I do agree that the Clippers getting Chris, Chauncey Billups, Caron Butler were good moves and made them a playoff team. Sad that Chauncey's season is over because if he played in the playoffs, they could've possibly got to the second round.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesJones View Post
    Blake is better than Chris. I do agree that the Clippers getting Chris, Chauncey Billups, Caron Butler were good moves and made them a playoff team. Sad that Chauncey's season is over because if he played in the playoffs, they could've possibly got to the second round.
    Please elaboratele on how Blake is the better player?

    Why did you even mention Chauncey and Caron? Billups has been out the majority of the season and Caron has been the most inconsistent player on the team.
    Seriously though, Chris Paul has butloads of talent but has to carry the team AND run the offense with very few options and fewer well-rounded players AND try to not just do it all himself.
    This guy single handly led a bum ass team with no playoff hopes one year to a contender in the West the next.

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    Blake is all dunks nothing else

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    Quote Originally Posted by OTTO MANN View Post
    Blake is all dunks nothing else
    Which is exactly why his career is going to end short once his legs give in, he seriously needs to become a better rounded player.

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    Lakers should get Lamar Odom back. I wouldn't be surprised if they lose in the first or second round.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OlympiQ View Post
    Which is exactly why his career is going to end short once his legs give in, he seriously needs to become a better rounded player.
    he needs to build his game other wise he will only hold the clippers back


    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesJones View Post
    Lakers should get Lamar Odom back. I wouldn't be surprised if they lose in the first or second round.

    hmm second round maybe, but right now they would play the mavs, and I don't see the mavs having another run like last year

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    I think Dallas could beat the Lakers because Dallas has a deeper team than them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesJones View Post
    I think Dallas could beat the Lakers because Dallas has a deeper team than them.
    Depth is nice but the most important factor to playoff success is having two or three elite players. Its better to be top heavy like LA or MIA than have a bunch of slightly above average players ( like the Pacers).
    This is not the Dallas team from last year, only two players on there entire roster are even averging over 11 ppg.

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    the finals is going to be the Heat vs the Spurs, and prince James will be 0-2 in the finals vs the spurs

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    Quote Originally Posted by OTTO MANN View Post
    Blake is all dunks nothing else
    Quote Originally Posted by OlympiQ View Post
    Which is exactly why his career is going to end short once his legs give in, he seriously needs to become a better rounded player.
    Give him a chance. He is an amazing second year player. He has plenty of time to develop his game. When I look at The Clippers and I think of a player that is holding them back and is "nothing but dunks" I tend to think of DeAndre Jordan.












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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert View Post
    Give him a chance. He is an amazing second year player. He has plenty of time to develop his game. When I look at The Clippers and I think of a player that is holding them back and is "nothing but dunks" I tend to think of DeAndre Jordan.
    Pretty much agree with all of this, just pointing out that Blake needs to improve on his jumper, get a true post game ( his is similar to Dwight's) and drastically improve on the defensive end really needs to stop flopping so damn much. The lockout really fucked up his progression and I think going to the Olympics playing for real coaches this summer will help his game aswell.
    Total agreement on the DeAndre part. Why the fuck are the Clips paying this guy 10 mil this year for? His only points are from dunks and putbacks. Other than athleticism, what does he have?

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    The Heat sat Lebron and a Bosh tonight, thinking they could crush the Wizards without a problem. Wrong. Wade went out with a dislocated finger and there loss pretty much ensures they won't catch Chicago for homecourt now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesJones View Post
    Lakers should get Lamar Odom back. I wouldn't be surprised if they lose in the first or second round.

    they cant get him back until next year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OlympiQ View Post
    The Heat sat Lebron and a Bosh tonight, thinking they could crush the Wizards without a problem. Wrong. Wade went out with a dislocated finger and there loss pretty much ensures they won't catch Chicago for homecourt now.
    home court matters, but not like home field in the NFL

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