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May 11, 2015

New record for most intentional fouls in a single half.  NBA, that was some of the ugliest, boring-est basketball I have seen in my life!  Shameful shit. 

Eveyone’s playin’ the Clippers like they are The Babe, tryin’ to force their asses to walk around the bases, rather than hit one over the wall.  It doesn’t stop the Clippers, though.  They’re just makin’ these teams look like a bunch ‘o chumps.  News for all you “ballers” out there, CAN’T TOUCH THIS!

HeadtoHead Clippers


Go Clippers!

  1. May 11, 2015 9:31 pm

    I am actually surprised that Roger found the balls in his pants to do something, though I suppose those were actually borrowed balls.

    Were I in his position, I would have done far worse a long time ago when they were caught with the tapes… that he destroyed after viewing.

    Even now, I think they are letting the team off real easy, considering what pain the Saints were put in for bounties. Though deflated balls don’t promote player injury, they are completely about the integrity of the game, and if there is no integrity, then there really isn’t any game.

    • May 11, 2015 10:24 pm

      What lessons are these guys teaching the young people. Cheat. Lie. Live to cheat another day….

    • Blankman permalink*
      May 11, 2015 10:29 pm

      Yep, the fans defending Brady’s & Billicheck’s cheating should be ashamed of themselves. What does this teach the next generation of adults?!? No wonder the term “fans” is short for fanatics/fanatical. Brady’s lawyer will appeal & it will be reduced to a two-game suspension. Watch…

      In regards to the Clippers decimation of the Rockets, the series should have been over yesterday if not for the one-sided officiating in game two. The downright disparity in fouls haven’t been seen since 1993. Talk about validating conspiracy theories of the league wanting to extend a series for monetary gain. Like I’ve already said over and over, the Rockets have absolutely no answer for the Clippers. Also, I can’t believe that the Warriors lost to the Grizzlies when they had home court. Now their center, Speights (who was a Warrior last season), is out for a week due to a high calf strain. If the Clippers can capitalize on their momentum, wouldn’t it be something if Ballmer’s team went all the way to the finals the year that he bought them? Holy smokes!

    • May 11, 2015 11:50 pm

      I wasn’t going to go there, but I totally hope they do! I love the players and owning a sports team is a perfect fit for that heavy sweatin’ cheerleader. Grizzlies are no joke though, and haven’t been for years. I don’t know how that game is going, but it is queued up on my NBA Live account and I’ve no more classes for the day. Gonna try to squeeze a quarter or two in.

      UPDATE: The lawyer speaks up about the process.

  2. Blankman permalink*
    May 13, 2015 1:08 am

    Looks like the Rockets saved some face by not being eliminated at home. I watched the game up until the third quarter & the Clippers just weren’t clicking. I sure hope they don’t repeat this at home! That was an ugly game allowing the Rockets to score at will in the paint & giving up so many offensive boards. Yuck!

    • May 13, 2015 2:19 am

      I followed the score and then checked the fouls after the game and there is no blaming that one on bad reffin’. Looks like they did it to themselves. In the classroom I was supervising today, the homeroom teacher had a poster on the wall “Your worst enemy for realizing your dreams is yourself!”

      Clippers need to stop foolin’ around and close this series out already. DANG!

  3. May 13, 2015 11:24 am

    yeah Howard bounced back and their bench as well. Clippers bench needs to come alive to seal it

  4. May 13, 2015 6:54 pm

    In the vein of conspiracies, is it possible that the Clippers decided to lose one for Balmer, so he could make some more coin? Give their biggest supporter a little gift.

  5. Blankman permalink*
    May 15, 2015 1:42 am

    Game 6= Both gutted & disgusted.

    • May 15, 2015 3:11 am

      All can be forgiven (though not forgotten) if they just win Game 7.

      However, the way they blew that lead, I don’t know if it is possible. They are too old for this shit. Losing games like that is something playoff noobs do, that young players do. These guys have been around too long to do this. What, they have another 10 years of chances to get the crown?! I don’t think so. Even OKC at least got to the finals, where they blew it never to return. As an athlete, you gotta play like this is your ONLY chance.

      I couldn’t watch the game because it wasn’t broadcast on NBALive TV, so I have a lot of unanswered questions. Where were all the previous game heroes? Was this on the coach? WTF?!

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