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just figured id make this thread.. at halftime we are down by 21 pts.. 67-46

 

oh, and Melo has 37 pts on 15/21 shooting..

 

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Who the f is guarding Melo??? LOL... i'm out right now and following on the nba.com game tracker and dude has 46 points with 8 minutes to go in the 3rd... fuging ridiculous.

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Im also pissed at the national media... I listened to two or three shows this week between the big outlets that cover the NBA and all of them shitted on Melo. Even today, Cowherd said Melo is shallow and will end up staying with the Knicks because they can pay him more money and thats all he cares about. Said he's not a leader, not a true superstar, all he wants to do is put the ball in the basket and get paid... welp...

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Sick to my stomach right now...

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I blame Clifford for this one, straight up.

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MELO 62PT 13REB.... YALL THINK WE A PLAYOFF TEAM AND WE GETTING BLOWN OUT BY 30+??????

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Look, I'm trying, I'm trying so so so hard not to go on a rant here. But, I mean what the fug was that? MKG played 18 minutes and about 7 of those minutes he guarded Melo, what kind of decision is that? MKG was playing him close, even if he had a bad quarter you can just let the team take turns guarding him. fug.

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Look, I'm trying, I'm trying so so so hard not to go on a rant here. But, I mean what the fug was that? MKG played 18 minutes and about 7 of those minutes he guarded Melo, what kind of decision is that? MKG was playing him close, even if he had a bad quarter you can just let the team take turns guarding him. fug.

melo wouldve still fuged up mkg

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