... are 15-20, five games out of first place and in fifth place. What the HELL happened? I mean, I don't usually start to pay attention until the end of football season (who does), but I thought they were supposed to be good.
At least my backup team the Pacers are doing reasonably well.
But whose got the best winning percentage in the league? The Lakers. MAN do I hate the Lakers.
Ah, yes, the Sixers. I went to Game 3 of the Pacers-76ers series last year, which we lost. To see the Sixers getting smacked around now is immensely gratifying. Muhahahahaha...
I agree with you, by the way. I hate the Lakers, too. And for the same reason that you likely do.
2000 Eastern Conference Champions, remember us? We'll make it two in 2002.
1995, 1999, 2000 Central Division Champions 2000 Eastern Conference Champions The Team That Advanced to the NBA Finals at the Expense of the Knicks (at the Garden) Your favorite team and mine The Indiana Pacers
From what I read in the Inquirer (not being in the immediate media market anymore), it sounds like the team has no chemistry (with King and Brown having traded or not resigned many of the cogs from last year's team) and Brown/Iverson spat resuming.
On a slight tangent, the Inquirer's beat reporter Ashley McGeachey was on PTI yesterday. I mention this only because I worked with her on the college newspaper at Indiana and I almost didn't recognize her.
So what hapens then if your underdog team suddenly becomes the kick-ass team of the season?
Not sure...My teams never become the kick-ass team of the season. But you gotta understand that the casual fan (for the most part) always wants to see David slay Goliath...
But I have every right to be a Laker hater due to the fact that they took 2 of 3 finals series from my boys back in the 80's. Seeing that Magic hookshot in game 4 of the 87 finals makes me cringe everytime I see it.
"I am disrespectful to dirt! Can't you see that I am serious?" - Mr. Sparkle
Well, I wouldn't call him a 'coveted' free agent. The ratio of Europeans that actually live up to the hype is about 1 to every six that fail miserably. Any teams out there desperate enough for point help that Eddie Gill will be seen as a big upgrade?