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#21 netlord

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Posted August 10, 2008 - 01:12 AM

Spain wins Greece 81-66 :rock:

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Posted August 10, 2008 - 01:21 AM

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Rudy Fernandez & Ricky Rubio were awesome.

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Posted August 10, 2008 - 01:48 AM

Spain is quickly becoming my 2nd favourite international team...now I finally know who's Ricky Rubio...:lol:




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Posted August 12, 2008 - 02:03 AM

Bad game from Spain against China going on... 58-47 and it doesn't look good... :rock:




They were able to recover and won China 85-75

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Posted August 12, 2008 - 02:59 AM

They recovered HUGELY man....I'm loving Spain more and more...magnificent play by Pau to send Yao packing...woohoo!!!




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Posted August 12, 2008 - 03:40 AM

http://results.beiji...shtml#BKM400B05


I suffered, but It was an experience to be behind and to be able to recover and win.
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Posted August 12, 2008 - 05:40 AM

Sorry, Im lazy and dont wanna translate it! :rock:

http://results.beiji...shtml#BKM400B05

I suffered, but It was an experience to be behind and to be able to recover and win.


Durante tres largos cuartos estuve extasiado mirando la pantalla y sin poder articular palabra, amordazado por lo que entraba por mis ojos... y repentinamente, en el ultimo largo, la maquina comenzo a carburar a pasos acelerados, y comence a recordar porque estaba viendo aquello!

Varias conclusiones a vuelapluma que puedo sonsacar de un partido que me ha dejado descolocado, lo reconozco sinceramente, serian que Pau no sera nunca un clutch player, pero es el pilar que soporta el peso del equipo para hacernos llegar a los finales con opciones... o con el partido totalmente resuelto! Rudy esta, cuanto menos, a una altura similar, sino superior, a Juan Carlos, haciendo que esa posicion no sufra altibajos en el momento de la rotacion. Marc? Creo que los Grizzlies no sabian ni por donde les daba el aire el dia que lo incluyeron en el traspaso de su hermano, razon por la que este movimiento esta llamado a convertirse inexorablemente en un exito! Y de Ricky, que decir? Solo que el dia que sus padres lo engendraron, estaban tremendamente inspirados!

Por ultimo, aun con algun recelo, sigo pensando que ganar este tipo de partidos, con amplia remontada (-14) para terminar barriento (+10), no hace sino fortalecer la experiencia y, no menos importante, el espiritu del equipo, si es que se puede fortalecer TODAVIA MAS!

Marc vs Yao, llevando el partido a la prorroga!

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Pau finiquitando el partido!

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Posted August 12, 2008 - 05:48 AM

Really lazy...=.= Where's teh and1 by Pau that sent Yao packing?

Yeah the 2 gifs are beautiful.




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Posted August 12, 2008 - 06:27 AM

Rudy esta, cuanto menos, a una altura similar, sino superior, a Juan Carlos, haciendo que esa posicion no sufra altibajos en el momento de la rotacion.


pero tio ¿de que vas? ¿eres del Barça o que?, decir que Rudy esta a una altura similar a la de Navarro en estos momentos es una memez como un camión, esta muuuuuuy por encima.

Y si se resiente la rotación porque cuando entra el suplente, Navarro, el equipo baja bastante en defensa y en ataque, ahora mismo los baluartes de la seleción son Pau y Rudy.

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Posted August 12, 2008 - 07:11 AM

pero tio ¿de que vas? ¿eres del Barça o que?, decir que Rudy esta a una altura similar a la de Navarro en estos momentos es una memez como un camión, esta muuuuuuy por encima.

Y si se resiente la rotación porque cuando entra el suplente, Navarro, el equipo baja bastante en defensa y en ataque, ahora mismo los baluartes de la seleción son Pau y Rudy.



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Posted August 12, 2008 - 07:17 AM

pero tio ¿de que vas? ¿eres del Barça o que?, decir que Rudy esta a una altura similar a la de Navarro en estos momentos es una memez como un camión, esta muuuuuuy por encima.

Y si se resiente la rotación porque cuando entra el suplente, Navarro, el equipo baja bastante en defensa y en ataque, ahora mismo los baluartes de la seleción son Pau y Rudy.


Mira sobrino, si relees detenidamente lo que he escrito veras que es exactamente lo mismo que balbuceas tu... y sabes de SOBRA que si hay un equipo que me ha tirado de siempre es la Penya, copon! :rock:

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Posted August 12, 2008 - 08:31 AM

The more I look at Ricky Rubio...the more he resembles the late great Pete Maravich. His game has some of the flair that The Pistol used to dazzle fans. Now if he can only get the floppy socks... :rock:
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Posted August 12, 2008 - 10:47 AM

The more I look at Ricky Rubio...the more he resembles the late great Pete Maravich. His game has some of the flair that The Pistol used to dazzle fans. Now if he can only get the floppy socks... :rock:


Wait till he change his hairstyle? :lol:




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Posted August 12, 2008 - 11:20 AM

I'm really excited for the upcoming Lakers season! Pau played like a beast against China! He will get more time to practice with the Lakers as a team this time, instead of starting from the middle of the season.
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Posted August 12, 2008 - 01:59 PM

Few more years and we might be seeing the Gasol Trio.
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Posted August 12, 2008 - 03:13 PM

yao looked horrible.

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Posted August 12, 2008 - 05:53 PM

They recovered HUGELY man....I'm loving Spain more and more...magnificent play by Pau to send Yao packing...woohoo!!!

I love Spain in everything. They're fun to watch though specifically this basketball team eh? My favorites to watch as far as excitement level & highlight plays are Ricky Rubio & Rudy Fernandez. Those guys are awesome. I truly believe Rudy will have a ton of success in the NBA this year, or at least more than Sergio Garcia & what Juan Carlos Navarro had, possibly in a way, even more than Jose Calderon potentially.

I suffered too netlord. I think the Spanish took them a little lightly for a just a short while & that was enough for China to take that comfortable lead & hold it down for most of the game. Give them credit though on their 3s. They were on fire. You could tell they REALLY wanted to win this game, quite possibly especially after a little extra motivation from a recent event, but the Spanish just kept at it & didn't give up whatsoever. The fight was strong in them, especially coming from Pau in the clutch, Ricky emposing his will as well as Rudy. Heck, most of the team took turns making clutch play after clutch play & shots. This might've been somewhat of a wake up call though for Spain & that can be looked at as a good thing. Now, they should be more serious.

The more I look at Ricky Rubio...the more he resembles the late great Pete Maravich. His game has some of the flair that The Pistol used to dazzle fans. Now if he can only get the floppy socks... :lolabove:

Yeah, they've always compared him most to him & rightfully so. You should check out a bunch of his youtube clips & highlights. His ballhandling skills are amazing, his passing abilities, his speed & agility, hustle, competitiveness & fire, will to win. He's something special for sure. I just wish he could be in the NBA already, but he's still waiting a few more years. He'll definitely be a top 5 pick guaranteed if all continues the way it is, if not, even number 1.

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Posted August 12, 2008 - 07:28 PM

I'm really excited for the upcoming Lakers season! Pau played like a beast against China! He will get more time to practice with the Lakers as a team this time, instead of starting from the middle of the season.

The commentator for my feed kept saying Pau wasn't known for his defense, he's packing Yao pretty much in the lane, that's great to hear for upcoming season.

Few more years and we might be seeing the Gasol Trio.

Trio? There's only Duo...who am I missing? You dun mean Ricky.... :D

I love Spain in everything. They're fun to watch though specifically this basketball team eh? My favorites to watch as far as excitement level & highlight plays are Ricky Rubio & Rudy Fernandez. Those guys are awesome. I truly believe Rudy will have a ton of success in the NBA this year, or at least more than Sergio Garcia & what Juan Carlos Navarro had, possibly in a way, even more than Jose Calderon potentially.

Yeah for the fact that the team had Pau to start with, and Marc, and alot of other former nba players plus future prospects...wow.....yeah Rudy should look good in the NBA, also wondering when Ricky will come into the NBA...




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Posted August 12, 2008 - 09:35 PM

Bad guys never win, so they will lose just because they were racist!

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Posted August 12, 2008 - 09:50 PM

Bad guys never win, so they will lose just because they were racist!

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