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MichaelNewtonII

Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Memphis Grizzlies Playoff Series Thread

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I so wish we would have been able to get that deal done for Butler.

Don't get me wrong, I like Gary Neal but Butler is a bigger guy, can shoot just as well, and is a better defender.

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It appears I have spoken too soon. Memphis has made it a game.

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If Memphis comes back and wins this gsme... lol.

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I can't believe Memphis cam Le back in the time it took me to make some food

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That was a charge folks

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Officiating terrible as usual.  

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No way in hell the league lets Memphis oust OKC twice in a row.

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