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Game 35: Spurs @ Pistons

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lose to orlando one night, beat the spurs the next night.  welcome to the nba.

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On 12/30/2017 at 9:01 PM, Hart said:

Didn't watch this game

 

On 12/30/2017 at 11:52 PM, NYLion said:

Missed the game

 

On 12/31/2017 at 12:22 AM, Deleterious said:

Didn't watch.

Shameful, really.  Or maybe you guys need to skip more games?

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18 minutes ago, Casimir said:

 

 

Shameful, really.  Or maybe you guys need to skip more games?

I watched four other games that night!

Not going to learn anything about Detroit with so many guys out right now.

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Just now, Deleterious said:

I watched four other games that night!

Not going to learn anything about Detroit with so many guys out right now.

Just busting chops.

I had a sporgy yesterday.  I had Spurs - Pistons and Miami(O) - Ohio State basketball on the DVR from Saturday that I watched yesterday morning.  I watched Browns - Steelers just for the obscure history of it.  I had Kalamazoo Wings - Toledo Walleye hockey on the DVR from Friday that I watched after that.  The DVR was great because I didn't have the chance to watch any of the trio, and I can zip through commercial breaks pretty easily.  I actually did that with part of the football game to cut it down to more watchable size.  The wife was directing the kid traffic, and it was fantastic.

Back to the specific game, I think there are things to learn about individual players right now with the chances that they've been given.  I mean, I don't expect Bullock or Kennard to suddenly blossom into all stars with more playing time.  But they may have some value to tap into right now.  Particularly given the salary situation and Bradley's expiring deal.

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13 minutes ago, Casimir said:

Back to the specific game, I think there are things to learn about individual players right now with the chances that they've been given.  I mean, I don't expect Bullock or Kennard to suddenly blossom into all stars with more playing time.  But they may have some value to tap into right now.  Particularly given the salary situation and Bradley's expiring deal.

Coaches can definitely learn things during this time.

I meant I wont learn anything from a gambling angle.  Lineups are being used today that wont be used tomorrow.  

Normally I would still watch the Pistons but we had family stuff going on.

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