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Game #46: Sacramento Kings 102 - Toronto Raptors 119

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  • stooley
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    iblastoff wrote: View Post
    because hockey is for trashy fucks.
    That's pretty douchey of you.

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  • iblastoff
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    KeonClark wrote: View Post
    Cousins sucks and you're desecrating our jersey.
    Oh my bad. Didn't realize you were on the team.

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  • KeonClark
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    iblastoff wrote: View Post
    because hockey is for trashy fucks.
    Cousins sucks and you're desecrating our jersey.

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  • iblastoff
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    KeonClark wrote: View Post
    Why are NBA players and fans so sensitive to booing? Fans are just having fun, picking a target. It happens all the time in hockey. Rudy can cry himself to sleep and wipe the tears with hundred dollar bills.
    because hockey is for trashy fucks.

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  • Jclaw
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    Primer wrote: View Post
    Maybe they were saying "Ruuuuuuuuuuudyyyyyyy" and it sounded like boos? No? welp I still don't care. Boo away if you want to. Next thing people will be telling me not to chant "air ball" at players after they shoot an air ball. Get that PC garbage outta here.
    I had to go all the way through this thread to get to the "no, they're saying Ruuuuuuudy" joke. Didn't want to double post something. Maybe all the comedy was done after Jack's line about Amir's shortcomings below the belt. There's got to be a top ten list for that somewhere. And the laugh's continued. Did anyone see Lou post game? He was asked about the camo jerseys with sleeves as players had said before that the sleeves got in the way of shooting. He gave a goofy smile and said he's fine with it...other guys just have to make up an excuse sometimes to explain why their shot's not going in Good times

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  • Primer
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    KeonClark wrote: View Post
    Why are NBA players and fans so sensitive to booing? Fans are just having fun, picking a target. It happens all the time in hockey. Rudy can cry himself to sleep and wipe the tears with hundred dollar bills.
    Maybe they were saying "Ruuuuuuuuuuudyyyyyyy" and it sounded like boos? No? welp I still don't care. Boo away if you want to. Next thing people will be telling me not to chant "air ball" at players after they shoot an air ball. Get that PC garbage outta here.

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  • KeonClark
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    Why are NBA players and fans so sensitive to booing? Fans are just having fun, picking a target. It happens all the time in hockey. Rudy can cry himself to sleep and wipe the tears with hundred dollar bills.

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  • stooley
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    It was interesting how, in the third quarter, the removal of an interior defensive presence led to so many Raptors threes. I'd imagine it was because help defenders had to rotate into the paint more often, leaving outside shooters open.

    I wonder if that relates to the Raptors in any way.

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  • hotfuzz
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    nilanka wrote: View Post
    hey demar, you're shooting an ice cold 40% on the year. Maybe stop worrying about what the fans are doing, and take better shots. Just a suggestion.
    ftfy

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  • Nilanka
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    rocwell wrote: View Post

    Hey DeMar, you're shooting an ice cold 40% on the year. Maybe stop worrying about what the fans are doing, and learn how to shoot. Just a suggestion.

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  • Puffer
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    Zainab wrote: View Post
    I don't know what Trailer Park Boys is. But okay
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jfq3c4Cf1Fs

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  • blackjitsu
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    Scraptor wrote: View Post
    Some fans feel entitled to act like jackasses because they paid for a ticket. I'm honestly embarrassed for these idiots and for our fanbase, what is the point of doing all this work on our image if we get a rep for booing good guys unnecessarily?
    Was there pretty pissed at the people who boo'd Rudy. The guy was class. Trading him saved the franchise as well. People should be thankful that he was a former Rap. Save the booing for people who quit on the team, tell the other team what plays we are going to run, and have better things to do than prepare for the biggest playoff game in franchise history.

    OR for so-called saviors that were propped up by incompetent GMs but never properly used their summers to improve, and statistically were historically one of the worst players in their position yet used politics to get coaches that might bench them fired.

    Booing past players needs to have meaning. It should be tied to the Raps' miserable past and the people who were the catalyst behind that. Rudy was in Toronto for what? A few months? Give me a break!

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  • Scraptor
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    rocwell wrote: View Post

    Some fans feel entitled to act like jackasses because they paid for a ticket. I'm honestly embarrassed for these idiots and for our fanbase, what is the point of doing all this work on our image if we get a rep for booing good guys unnecessarily?

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  • breakin_ankles
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    iblastoff wrote: View Post
    he is a monster. but not a monster defender. hes always wanted to play his natural position and actually have a center to help with blocking cause hes just not good at it.
    And in the frontcourt with JV he would play PF

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