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Monday, February 15, 2010

East wins! Dwyane Wade wins MVP!





















-28/11/6/5. Could this guy be any better? Riley, get him some NBA level players!

-Clutch free throws down the stretch and stripped Deron Williams. Nasty closer.

-Great games from LeBron, Bosh, Carmelo, and Dirk as well.

- And what an event. 108K people in an arena? JEEZ. They shattered the previous record. Great work by Jones and Cuban. The whole stadium and that giant jumbo tron was a visual orgy.

-Wade sinks the heart of Dallas once again. This game all but rescued this all star weekend from its doom after piss poor events, one after the other, culminating in that travesty of a slam dunk competition which pretty much put it in its coffin.

-Close ending. Both teams played like it was a real game down the stretch. It was intense, tightly contested, and a joy to watch. Bosh had the go ahead free throws in his home state. Cold blooded right there.

-Congratulations to Dwyane Wade and the Eastern Conference once again for making us proud.





15 comments:

  1. lol stop burying the dunk contest!

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  2. How about Zach Randolph taking Wade down hard. I bet Arison and Riley held their breath on that play. I know I did.

    We need to get big cat Magloire to land an elbow or two on Mr. Randolph next time we see him.

    Anyways, great game by Wade. Didn't force anything unlike Lebron. Wade has a knack for finding the right spots on the court when he doesn't have the ball. Reminded me of the olympics on how good of an off the ball player he is when he has other stars playing with him that can set him up.

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  3. I can't believe they actually doubled Wade a few times. its a fucking all star game, give me a break.

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  4. nyways, great game by Wade. Didn't force anything unlike Lebron. Wade has a knack for finding the right spots on the court when he doesn't have the ball. Reminded me of the olympics on how good of an off the ball player he is when he has other stars playing with him that can set him up.

    FEBRUARY 15, 2010 1:03 AM

    I'm a huge LeBron fan. He's the best player in the league. A freaking monster who can carry his team single handedly. But Wade's good enough to outplay him time to time. Its all good. Tonight Wade was better. And yeah, its fun to watch either of these two play with decent teammates. I love to see them cut and play efficiently getting easy shots and setting up competent teammates for baskets.

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  5. This game saved All-Star Weekend from being complete crap. HORSE and the dunk contest were miserable. Any 3 point shootout that Paul Pierce wins is woeful by definition.

    Then along came Flash. A brilliant and effortless performance.

    That gif of LeBron's reaction is hysterical.

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  6. Chris after looking at that pic of Lebron while Wade gets the MVP I am no longer a believer that lebron comes here.

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  7. That sucks. They had great chemistry together in the first 3 quarters. They'd be unstoppable together.

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  8. LeBron needs to grow the fuck up already.

    Riley better get us Bosh this off season. A Wade/Bosh Vs. Bron/Amare showdown could be epic.

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  9. Anyway. I think Usher was the one who really diserved the MVP trophy. j/k

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  10. i dont know, i think amare will try to punk bosh

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  11. What the hell was wrong with Wallace, BTW? Dude was sleepwalking all weekend long. Disappointing showing.

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  12. http://sports.yahoo.com/nba/news;_ylt=AnqT618q0RNkfDBfJESF5mW8vLYF?slug=aw-stoudemiresuns021410&prov=yhoo&type=lgns

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  13. Cruise said...
    What the hell was wrong with Wallace, BTW? Dude was sleepwalking all weekend long. Disappointing showing.

    FEBRUARY 15, 2010 1:42 AM

    Wallace was hurt.

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  14. "
    Dwyane WadeSG | Miami Heat
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    I started calling him the MVP favorite from the first quarter when it was obvious that he was trying to get his teammates involved. He still found plenty of time to call his own number, putting on a dazzling all-around display that included 28 points, 11 assists, six rebounds and five steals. "

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  15. This is f*cked up, lol


    Tim DuncanC | San Antonio Spurs
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    For not really caring. He's one the NBA's finest players, but his approach to this game screamed "I'm not into All-Star games." The most memorable part of his 13 minutes was when he skillfully pretended he couldn't see big mean Dwight Howard rolling down the lane. Howard got a wide-open dunk. Did I mention the East won by two? It would be appropriate, from this point forward, to make him an honorary 13th All-Star every year from now on.

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