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I hear Fultz maybe playing for the 76ers today. If he does, good luck to the kid! It’s unfair to call him a “bust” is he’s played 3 games

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Congratulations to Ryan Broekhoff for his 2 year contract with NBA Dallas Mavericks.  Another successful graduate from Frankston basketball.  

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We beat Detroit without Embid the 76's are looking good we will be up there this year.

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Loving the way the 76's are traveling atm beating the Spurs without Butler. Love what Brewer brings to team real energy his in your face antics to Harden a few nights ago was awesome. Embiid is a star and Simmons is an up and coming star. A lot to like about Phili.

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BEST 76'S TEAM

REDICK

BREWER

SIMMONS

BUTLER

EMBIID

CHANDLER

BOLDON

MUSCALA

MCCONNELL

SHAMET

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We just beat the super team give us the championship now😀

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Surely we have to be favourites for the championship now we have Harris. Give us the championship now👍

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Poor loss to Chicago, we are really just going ATM desperately need Embiid back we are a nothing team without him.

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Embiid is back try stopping us now!

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Beat the Nets without Embid looking good to advance👍

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GO PHILI! Just accounted for the Nets easily now for the big test against the Raptors.

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On 1/25/2019 at 2:29 AM, WERRIDEE said:

BEST 76'S TEAM

REDICK

SIMMONS

BUTLER

HARRIS

EMBIID

SCOTT

MARJANOVIC

ENNIS

MCCONNELL

MONROE

 

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The Warriors vs Rockets series has been incredible so far. 2-2! Every play and every shot has been significant. It's like a chess battle, very strategic matches. I'm riding every shot that the Rockets sink as I really want to see KD and the Warriors lose. I only pay attention at the tail end of the playoffs each year, but this one series has felt notably epic, maybe because the footy has been pretty miserable this year and these bball matches have been far more entertaining than any non-demon games.

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Well it hasn't been a good week with the Victory and 76's eliminated. Leonard is a freak tough way to bow out but hopefully we can keep the same players together and Embid can be injury free for next year.

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On 5/13/2019 at 5:08 PM, WERRIDEE said:

Well it hasn't been a good week with the Victory and 76's eliminated. Leonard is a freak tough way to bow out but hopefully we can keep the same players together and Embid can be injury free for next year.

Are you watching the finals? Toronto has been incredible so far. Happy to support the non-warriors/kd team even with the Aussie Bogart in it. GSW=Hawthorn from 2013-15 to me. 3-1. I really hope they close out the series now. Leonard has been incredible in the field. I know KD is not in the team, but the way they've attacked with the extra pass to a 3 point line, or to a pick n roll with Siacam or Gasol. What a team. I really want them to win, but i kind of at the same time, dont want there to be 1 game left in the season. 3 more would be ace with Leonard hitting a 3 in game 7 at the buzzer lol

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On 6/9/2019 at 10:51 AM, John Demonic said:

Are you watching the finals? Toronto has been incredible so far. Happy to support the non-warriors/kd team even with the Aussie Bogart in it. GSW=Hawthorn from 2013-15 to me. 3-1. I really hope they close out the series now. Leonard has been incredible in the field. I know KD is not in the team, but the way they've attacked with the extra pass to a 3 point line, or to a pick n roll with Siacam or Gasol. What a team. I really want them to win, but i kind of at the same time, dont want there to be 1 game left in the season. 3 more would be ace with Leonard hitting a 3 in game 7 at the buzzer lol

Nah I haven't watched any basketball since the heart breaking loss to the 6ers. but I've been keeping up with the scores and will be surprised if Toronto led by Leonard don't win even if Durant plays.

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I see Durant was thrown out there in game 5 totally unprepared to play,  and tore his achilles.

Is Misson their fitness guy now?

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GO PHILI! 5 AND 0 without Embid. Epic game against Trailblazers keep it up Phili.

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Dallas will be a championship team in the next few seasons if they can find their third piece 

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Don't know what's wrong with Phili really struggling. I thought the inclusions of Horford and Richardson weren't as strong as the exclusions Butler and Reddick. It will be interesting to see if we are making up the numbers or a genuine premiership threat.

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2 hours ago, WERRIDEE said:

Don't know what's wrong with Phili really struggling. I thought the inclusions of Horford and Richardson weren't as strong as the exclusions Butler and Reddick. It will be interesting to see if we are making up the numbers or a genuine premiership threat.

Lakers & Celtics leading their respective conferences ... that's a throwback

And haven't the Warriors fallen away?  Clippers have their next 5 at home so their record could easily improve.

There's a lot of teams in it this season including your Sixers.

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Highly recommend watching the Houston v San Antanio double overtime game, it was absolutely off the hook! Big comeback, Big shots, Big Calls. Crowd going nuts, Patty Mills with a nice 3 and a getting an awesome offensive foul against Harden go his way. Brought back memories of a 90's rivalry

Can't stomach 'barracking' for Houston anymore the way Harden plays, especially the way he ended game 6 v Warriors last year with an offensive foul and giving the series away! So currently i'm following all significant games and rooting for underdogs! And of course, barracking for anyone but the Lakers! Nuggets have been impressive after a slow start. Toronto are probably my favourite to watch with Siakim, Boucher, Van Vleet all combining and playing such a good team game. Watching all Clippers and Lakers games as they seem to be the best teams playing the best ball! Dallas are also fun to watch with Luka. I admit i havent watched much Giannis and Milwaukee but i think its because their schedule has been very easy and they're due to play some big games soon.

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