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  • #76
    rocwell wrote: View Post

    Raptor fans need to get a "Don-A-Ghee" chant going at home games when the zebras start taking over.

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    • #77
      Ebonhawke wrote: View Post
      Is it Gameday yet?
      Yes....kinda
      Just leave the TV on for a few days until the game comes on.

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      • #78
        golden wrote: View Post
        Raptor fans need to get a "Don-A-Ghee" chant going at home games when the zebras start taking over.
        That would be hillarious but not sure if it would be counter productive
        Refs can be vindictive as well as incompetent.

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        • #79
          Mamba Mentality

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          • #80
            The Great One wrote: View Post
            3 days away still

            It's Klaw Season. Time to hunt.

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            • #81
              Everyone in the US wants the Sixers to be that team.


              Mamba Mentality

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              • #82
                The Great One wrote: View Post
                Everyone in the US wants the Sixers to be that team.


                SI Jinx confirmed. Talk about putting a bullseye on your back. I like that the Raps are back to being underdogs.

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                • #83
                  Which is stronger, the Sports Illustrated curse, the Maddon curse, EA Sports ..... or GoDaddy?

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                  • #84
                    From SN:

                    Following the NBA’s Feb. 7 trade deadline, the top of the East feels quite different. The Raptors, currently in second place at 43-16, made a big splash acquiring Marc Gasol for a package that included former draft picks Jonas Valanciunas and Delon Wright. On the buyout market, Toronto made more noise by signing one of the top point guards available in Jeremy Lin, who will step into a fairly significant role right away with Fred VanVleet sidelined for roughly a month with a thumb injury.

                    Elsewhere, the Philadelphia 76ers landed Tobias Harris, an all-star-calibre forward who was putting up a career year with the Los Angeles Clippers. Appearing in a handful of games already with the Sixers, Harris is fitting in nicely and transforms Philadelphia into a legitimate contender in the conference. Meanwhile, the first-place Milwaukee Bucks traded for three-point specialist Nikola Mirotic in a one-sided coup with the New Orleans Pelicans, a move that considerably bolsters their already-lethal offence. Among the contending teams, only Boston didn’t make a move — although theirs could come this summer.

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                    • #85
                      BTW we better crush this Spurs team, so far the 2018/19 Revenge Tour is going against the Raptors too much of the time. Dwane Casey grabbing the W in Toronto with a big 4th quarter push? gtfo. Destroy San Antonio.
                      "We're playing in a building." -- Kawhi Leonard

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                      • #86
                        S.R. wrote: View Post
                        BTW we better crush this Spurs team, so far the 2018/19 Revenge Tour is going against the Raptors too much of the time. Dwane Casey grabbing the W in Toronto with a big 4th quarter push? gtfo. Destroy San Antonio.
                        No FVV, but we'll have everybody else, including (hopefully) Kawhi, Gasol and Lin, with a couple practices under their belt.

                        In other words, arguably the best roster on paper we've had all season. No excuses, let's get it rolling.
                        It's Klaw Season. Time to hunt.

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                        • #87
                          Apart from Golden State game in Toronto and the All Access day game against Philly. I haven't really seen any games where the team looked locked in and going hard to win. They keep teasing the next gear.

                          What I'm saying is that I would think, and hope, that they want to make a statement in this game, but I can't confidently say they will. They might just sleep walk through the start and spend the rest clawing back.

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                          • #88
                            What are the odds that they purposely blow plays because they feel sorry for Derozan?

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                            • #89
                              Puffer wrote: View Post
                              What are the odds that they purposely blow plays because they feel sorry for Derozan?

                              After what the Spurs & DeRozan did to the Raps in SA, I don't think so.

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                              • #90
                                Puffer wrote: View Post
                                What are the odds that they purposely blow plays because they feel sorry for Derozan?

                                You'll be able to count the passes from Lowry to Kawhi on one hand ....

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