Is this karma for winning an obvious loss?
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Posted March 09, 2014 - 04:41 PM
Damn, seriously. WTF happened?
Nice one lol.
How did you CTRL+V?
You picked up the Avatars and user information... and somehow penetrated the wrapper.
Posted March 30, 2014 - 10:18 PM
that hurt to watch
Against a team that can’t defend anything and they lay an egg like this?
Better beat the crap out of the Clippers now.
Carson Palmer, he goes long
But just not the right situation to do it in for us
Terrible, terrible loss that could’ve been a disastrous loss had the Grizzlies and Warriors won. Instead, it’s just a really bad loss that needs to serve as a wake up call. We aren’t good enough to just show up beat a bottom feeder. The playoffs start now. With the Clippers, Blazers, Thunder, Spurs, Mavericks and Grizzlies coming up in 6 of the last 8 games, we’re gonna find out what this team is really made of.
There were no redeeming qualities and no excuses for this pathetic performance. Our margin for error is now even slimmer for making the playoff. Having a loss against a bad team like the Lakers means we need to steal a game or two that we could have afforded losing had we won this one. I still think the game against Dallas is one we can’t afford to lose if we are going to make the playoffs. It sucks we have to play them on the 2nd night of a back to back but now that we lost this easily winnable game that one is even more of a must-win.
Cardinals, Suns, D-backs for life!
That was a terrible performance against a team the Suns should beat, with the season on the line, but the Warriors and Grizzlies also lost. [expletive] happens, and the Suns brought nothing tonight. Still in playoff position with 8 games to go.
"The truth is rarely pure, and never simple." ~Oscar Wilde
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