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  1. Seems I have more than you regarding this topic. Regardless of how either of us see it, the guy made a great play. Multiple people did. That’s all that matters.
  2. To me it looked like Simmons just took it from their guy. It was a gross feat of strength he displayed on that play.
  3. He could have serious nerve damage depending on how severe the break is. Nobody outside of that building knows the extent of the injury, if he could’ve come back I feel the team would’ve done everything in their power to do so.
  4. Surprised that AJB is so low on that list and CD so high. Not thing I can think of is how CD does seem to bulldoze guys in front of him.
  5. I believe someone on the board pointed out just how important it is for him to have full use of both hands cause he’s a very press heavy CB. I’m sure there’s more to it than just that, there are a number of nerves that run through the wrist that could’ve been affected based in the severity of the fracture.
  6. Smith is the clear cut best YAC TE in the league. Kittle I believe is a bit better well rounded and more polished, but Jonnu is an absolute baller.
  7. What's happened to Finch this year? He played a significant amount last year but has been largely mia most of the year.
  8. Interesting. I'm not in a doctorate program or anything...
  9. Butler and Adoree are being missed in a big way against this receiving core.
  10. I’d agree. I really didn’t see anything from Lewis that was bad/pathetic like it seemed sometimes earlier in the season and last year. He’s older now, maybe he needs a much lighter load to be effective at this stage. He’s not going to run away from people, and sometimes thinks that he has more wiggle than he does... but he ran damn hard yesterday. We obviously need someone better next year, but he did a serviceable job yesterday.
  11. I 100% agree. Closest thing to a true center now is Anthony Davis, who is a stud. But he wouldn't be able to bang down low with someone like a Shaq (though who could?). I actually made the comment to my roommate the other night, NBA is all dunks, layups, or three pointers.. hardly ever see a mid range jump shot anymore.
  12. It has recently, and truly not fun to watch until they play defense in the playoffs. One thing I do like about it now though is how much more even the playing field is. There's not a "big 3" anywhere, but instead a plethora of dynamic duos so to speak.

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