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“@APkrawczynski: Rubio on Pek: "If you play physical w/Pek, you're in trouble bcuz he hits the weight room. His arm is as big as my head."”
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The reason of 4th quarter field gold draught is some kind of "Love, Budinger lacking exhaustion"(who together should have a really high field goal attempts) + "play athletic CJ Adelman please"(who had energy of whole bench and starters together at the moment)
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Klomp wrote:“@APkrawczynski: Rubio on Pek: "If you play physical w/Pek, you're in trouble bcuz he hits the weight room. His arm is as big as my head."”
That's not saying much. Rubio has a pin head.
Lattimer wrote:Cracks me up that people still think that Wiggins will be involved in the trade for Love. Wolves are out of their mind if they think they are getting Wiggins for Love.
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urinesane wrote:I think a lot of the 2nd half had to do with horrible reffing.
Absolutely killed the pace by putting the teams in the bonus early and that slower pace favors the 76ers, too bad they couldn't shoot FTs for ****.
The defense was getting super physical in the 2nd half and they tried to take control w/ some cheap calls. But the game slowed down so much with calls on every possession, so I'm sure they were trying to let some stuff go or the game would've been 5 hours long, but some of the stuff they were letting go was pretty egregious. At that point they just lost control trying to balance moving the game along, but not able to let all the grabbing and hacking go. I was kinda mad at some of that stuff at the time, but it went both ways at least. Philly is a hard team to ref, they play really physical defense and slash a lot on offense.