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"its a blow out" god fug that guy. the grizz are going to BLOW it :(

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Got to give these guys credit...they never quit and now we are gonna have a game to get us in the playoffs 

it would have to be against Clifford wouldn’t it?

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sometimes the decisions malik does is difficult to understand but i guess naive is the reason.

bit hard to see batum earn twice as much as kemba to look nonchalant and hide on the court

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4 minutes ago, M_Loop said:

we may be relying on knicks to help us 

Man, Grizzlies are folding big time.

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im hoping the grizz do the miracle, their best players aren't playing either
drummond on 5 fouls maybe that will help foul him out

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3 minutes ago, M_Loop said:

im hoping the grizz do the miracle, their best players aren't playing either
drummond on 5 fouls maybe that will help foul him out

Grizzlies have 33 pts in entire second half....either choking or tanking

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I think knicks play home with pistons, hopefully that gives them an advantage. 
 

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I'm not even mad at Memphis or Detroit.. we had so many chances this year and some unforgivable losses

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