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  • Game Ten - Cavaliers at Raptors - Friday, Nov. 5th 7:30pm on Sportsnet

    THE TORONTO RAPTORS






    VS


    THE CLEVELAND CAVALIERS











    WE HAVE OURSELVES A ROOKIE SHOWDOWN!!!









    STARTING LINEUPS


    FOR THE CAVS:


    AT CENTRE : Jarrett Allen







    AT PF : Evan Mobley





    Wait for it.....



    AT SF: D. Wade






    Oh, not that D. Wade? Ohhhhh DEEEEEAN






    AT SG: Collin Sexton






    AT PG : Darius Garland












    AND NOW YOUR TORONTO RAPTORS:



    AT CENTRE:







    AT FOWARD:









    AT FORWAD:








    AT SG:








    AT PG:










    CAN WE WIN 7 OUT OF 10? I THINK SO!
    KEEP ON ROLLING!!!















    Last edited by saints91; Thu Nov 4, 2021, 04:45 PM.

  • #2
    Nice! Good to see Scottie's expected to be back for this one

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    • #3
      Let's get #6. Go Saints!

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      • #4
        you even healed Scottie!

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        • #5
          Keep hitting those notes, 91!

          It's Klaw Season. Time to hunt.

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          • #6
            Jclaw wrote: View Post
            you even healed Scottie!
            Miracles are what Saints' do.

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            • #7
              HE'S BAAAAAAACK...



              Thumbs looking good!!

              ​​​
              ​

              How sweet it is.


              LET'S GO SAINTS

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              • #8
                Betcha Scottie's been doing nothing but watching videos of Cavaliers games. Taking it to another level.

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                • #9
                  Scottie back and saints thread? Let's gooooooo!

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                  • #10
                    I'm unbelievably pumped for this game! Two future superstars battling, and one of them is on out team.

                    And thanks for compliments guys!

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                    • #11
                      saints91 wrote: View Post
                      I'm unbelievably pumped for this game! Two future superstars battling, and one of them is on out team.

                      And thanks for compliments guys!
                      The record speaks for itself Saints. I mean, the players have to put in the practice time, and the coaching staff have to work hard to integrate the pieces selected and traded by the FO, but the game threads put the halo around the visage. No one can dispute that. You deserve all the props you reap. And we are all just happy to see the results of your efforts. It definitely helps hype us fans up.

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                      • #12
                        Should be a very interesting game. They have lots of size in their front court, and we don't. And the Cavs are playing tough this season. 5-4 record with wins against some pretty decent teams including Portland, Charlotte, Atlanta and Denver.

                        Looking forward to it.

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                        • #13




                          Only one thing matters: We The Champs.

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                          • #14
                            I'm a bit worried about Scottie's injury impacting the momentum he had on offense, that can be such a shitty injury. It's a tough one, because a bad thumb sprain doesn't necessarily stop you from playing, but it can stop you doing some of the things you do well. Even the basics on offense - shooting, dribbling, passing and catching. And it can be an injury that lingers for a while. It won't impact his defense at all I don't imagine, so he'll be able to contribute no matter what, I just would love him to be able to continue his ROY pace. Really hoping it's not bad and Scottie can continue to take the NBA by storm, right away.

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                            • #15
                              planetmars wrote: View Post
                              Should be a very interesting game. They have lots of size in their front court, and we don't. And the Cavs are playing tough this season. 5-4 record with wins against some pretty decent teams including Portland, Charlotte, Atlanta and Denver.

                              Looking forward to it.
                              Freddy & the 6'9"s vs. Sexland & the 7's

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