Aiming for a 10:55 11:10 p.m. PST start.
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Classic schedule loss… Nice to see JJ back, but he was clearly rusty. Created some odd lineups that were fun
Tonight, the LAC rotation consisted of the ideal starting five and four bench players (Baby, Dudley, Collison, and a couple minutes for Bullock). Is this what the playoff rotation should look like, swapping out Bullock for Crawford?
Is there anything we can take from Doc’s playoff rotations in Boston that would clue us in? Will the continuity of the starting lineup plus Collison keep his minutes in the 20s and 30s?
Last season, Clippers had a defense that can maintain or extend leads. This season, they have a defense that can regain leads. What has been the biggest change defensively so that they can erase deficits?
I used to ask myself “What kind of player would Monta Ellis be if he passed the ball?”
Found out today.
Was it all you hoped it would be?
Thoughts on potential Warrior playoff series? How likely is it that Jackson goes away from so much iso ball and that GSW’s offense becomes more fluid in the postseason?
I know Doc figures rest is no big deal because of the upcoming schedule with a day off in between game, but given Blake’s recent ailments (back spasms and tonight’s turned ankle) as well as last year’s playoff injury, why not limit his minutes some more as long as the three-spot is not in danger?
bullock needs 2 work on his jump shot shoot softer he been shooting bricks
blake played hard look like back still mending needs lots of rest but I don’t think he would Darren collision as done an amazing job dj played well offensively but not defensively not much impact
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