Off topic, but wow Pacers got so lucky last night with that 4 point play. What are the odds of that happening?
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1) demar injured for the first time in a billion years with no timetable on returning
2) our record being shaky at best struggling to get any cushion above .500
3) atlanta doesn't seem to be sinking
4) chicago,washington and brooklyn all surging
just getting tougher as the season progresses, instead of easier as some people kept saying. can't see us beating brooklyn without demar. even orlando is questionable at this point. and to close off january we'll probably lose against denver somehow. that will take us down to below .500.
If anyone is interested boston brooklyn is on tsn2. Ugly ugly game.
a nets loss tonight would be huge for us
with the knicks beating the lakers and brooklyn *probably* gonna beat boston (score is still pretty close), its still a damn shame we couldnt beat either team last week. i still want us to have a decent 5-10 game cushion ahead of brooklyn but i just dont see that happening anymore, especially with DD out and with us back on shaky, inconsistent ground.
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well, brooklyn won
We are for sure going to lose tomorrow. We have no chance. This was the worst time for DD to get injured man. Typical raptors, we are always soooooo unlucky. Amir is playing like shit and they are going to focus hard on Terrence tomorrow night. So unless Kyle has an unbelievable game it will be over QUICK. We could hardly beat them with DD. Ugh! So frustrating.
Knicks looks so much better with Melo playing PF.
Yeah, so many great players have gone down this season, the Raptors have been lucky up to this point. Turkey just had to do one of the biggest no no's in basketball and stick his feet underneath Demar's foot.
Im confident in the rest of the team's ability to step up in the absence of Derozan. Hansborough would be a sight for sore eyes tomorrow. Either way, this game will be huge. We need to win that game and retain that cushion.
Its clear though that we can't lose the 'easy games' any more. No more losses to Boston, Charlotte, or LA.
I know this may be a bit controversial but I think the Raptors have proven that they're the best team in the NBA from Canada
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I hope you guys are right man! Knicks and Nets are coming for us and quick. I still don't have enough faith in our boys.
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