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Stihlman
Pzabby_2nd wrote:
If siakam can hit that fadeaway with consistency when they take away his spin on a post up, he's nearly unstoppable.

That's the beauty of it,he's just working on it now.
Like Kawhi said,  "Regular season is just practice"
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just4_raps
Another big game from our team and our leader in Siakam against a sub .500 team. I need this to show up against real contenders.

We're 4 and 8 against above .500 teams. And Siakam is shooting 40% in those games.
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elT
I wasn't going to risk repeatedly seeing Tristan Thompson's face for two hours so I missed this one.

Seems like a comfortable win. Siakam, Lowry and Norm with some nice production.

just4_raps wrote:
Another big game from our team and our leader in Siakam against a sub .500 team. I need this to show up against real contenders.

We're 4 and 8 against above .500 teams. And Siakam is shooting 40% in those games.


Baby steps. Dropping 33 against geriatric hospital wing select team isn't easy, let alone against any NBA team. Yes, he needs to take that step but he has the whole season to work on his game, consistently obliterating lesser teams is a good sign.
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elT
During Milwaukee's 18-game winning streak, they've only beaten three teams with a winning record - LAC, who they annihilated; Utah; and Indiana. They played Chicago, Detroit, Atlanta, and Cleveland twice each as well as Memphis, Charlotte, NYK, NOP, and Portland. The Bucks are playing well, but it's not like they're beating up on the league's top teams. Now they're playing a Dallas team without its best and a top-15 possibly top-10 league player in Doncic. 


They also played a lot of the good teams without their best player(s). First game against the Clippers had neither Kawhi or George. Then they beat them handily with full roster the other day. But they have had a lot of schedule luck, Blazers without Lillard, Jazz without Gobert etc.. Even last night, the Mavs were without Luka. When I saw the list of games for last night, couldn't contain laughter. Just insane amount of good fortune for Bucks. But then this morning, I can see that wasn't enough. Mavs won. Good for Mavs. They are a good team this year, maybe this injury to Luka is a blessing in disguise and they learn to be less dependent on him.
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DanH
elT wrote:


They also played a lot of the good teams without their best player(s). First game against the Clippers had neither Kawhi or George. Then they beat them handily with full roster the other day. But they have had a lot of schedule luck, Blazers without Lillard, Jazz without Gobert etc.. Even last night, the Mavs were without Luka. When I saw the list of games for last night, couldn't contain laughter. Just insane amount of good fortune for Bucks. But then this morning, I can see that wasn't enough. Mavs won. Good for Mavs. They are a good team this year, maybe this injury to Luka is a blessing in disguise and they learn to be less dependent on him.


Last night was a good out of town scoreboard watching night. JV and the Grizz took down the Heat, Mavs without Doncic beat the Bucks. All good fun.
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CobraKing
Nurse has to start Powell, he generally plays better with the starters. As much as I like FVV he needs to come off the bench and lead the second unit. The team is deep enough to run a 9 man rotation and control our veteran players' minutes.
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