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Wizards @ Kings - 01/16/13 10:00PM EST

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Re: Wizards @ Kings - 01/16/13 10:00PM EST 

Post#341 » by Chocolate City Jordanaire » Thu Jan 17, 2013 7:05 pm

dobrojim wrote:
keynote wrote:Jimmer's giving 'em good minutes - and he hasn't exactly been swiss cheese on defense, either.



+1

Jimmer looked WAY better than when we last saw him in DC.
He was doing an excellent job moving with/without the ball.
I did breath a huge sigh of relief when he bricked the most
open shot he had all night. Jimmer could end up being kind
of like JJ Redick in being a great college player/shooter
that takes 3-5 years to really learn to play in the NBA.


The trade I hoped for was Crawford for Jimmer, back when Crawford had 30-something scoring nights and Jimmer looked like a stiff.

That's not happening now, if it was possible then. Jimmer is much-improved.
Klay Thompson just became my favorite NBA player.

Before the 37-point quarter, weeks back he shut down James Harden.
"God is good." Klay also thanked his father for recognizing his gift (shooting).
Humble, nice young man.
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Re: Wizards @ Kings - 01/16/13 10:00PM EST 

Post#342 » by Chocolate City Jordanaire » Thu Jan 17, 2013 7:13 pm

jivelikenice wrote:CCJ, you misunderstand...I'd want Cousins, but I wouldn't give up the world for him. I would deal the lotto pick and young pieces like Seraphin and Crawford for Lamarcus or Kevin Love, but I wouldn't do it for DMC.


I should have obeyed the 24-hour rule, Ruz.

jivelikenice, when you typed "I want know part of Cousins on the team" that must have been in frustration, just like in the past my typing "John Wall should be traded". :D
Klay Thompson just became my favorite NBA player.

Before the 37-point quarter, weeks back he shut down James Harden.
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Re: Wizards @ Kings - 01/16/13 10:00PM EST 

Post#343 » by payitforward » Fri Jan 18, 2013 11:17 am

I'm traveling and was unable to see the game. Obviously, Beal had a monster outing -- how great to see that!

This team is playing a lot better -- how great to see that too!
People say I'm mellowing with age. Nah.

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Re: Wizards @ Kings - 01/16/13 10:00PM EST 

Post#344 » by tontoz » Fri Jan 18, 2013 11:37 am

payitforward wrote:I'm traveling and was unable to see the game. Obviously, Beal had a monster outing -- how great to see that!

This team is playing a lot better -- how great to see that too!



I watched the game yesterday and Beal had the quietest 26/6 game you will ever see, sort of the opposit of Crawford. Crawford expends a lot of energy to make plays but Beal just took what was there, never forced anything and just made the right plays. He didn't hold the ball or dribble excessively.

His release on 3s was pretty quick too.
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Re: Wizards @ Kings - 01/16/13 10:00PM EST 

Post#345 » by dobrojim » Fri Jan 18, 2013 11:46 am

and he had 26 pts on 14 shots AND 6 assists
A lot of what we call 'thought' is just mental activity

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