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  • Gman
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    Straight up, how many here have watched Bargs take a shot and think there's no way that's going in...and it does. Or after seeing a few of our 'ballhandlers' turn it over we see Bargs dribble it in to the paint and throw it down. This guy is special period. I've been watching this game for twenty years and this guy can still surprise me. For me, that says something.

    Enjoy what he does better than almost any other big man in the game period...and lets hope he gets nastier on the other end.

    And to fans like Thomas1 seriously brother you sound like a b*tch when you talk like that. It's really hard to actually hear the tone of somebody whining when they type, but you did it. Congratulations.

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  • Deadallus
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    he won't lead this team to the promised land, but how many games wouldthey have won this year without him? 2? Maybe 3?

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  • ceez
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    Its time to just come to grips with the fact that bargs is never going to be a great defensive player. from what ive seen, i like when he's paired inside with ed davis. davis is a great inside defender who changes a lot of shots and loves to clean the glass. as davis gets more comfortable and can do more offensively i think the frontcourt could be pretty good.

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  • mcHAPPY
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    I had to PVR the game and watch it this morning due to a work Christmas party - 'tis the season. Bargnani really stepped up and carried the team on offense when it was needed. He was unstoppable in the second half - inside, outside, drives, mid range, he showed it all tonight. On defense he actually dove for a ball!

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  • thomas1
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    Mr. Dunkin, I will once he wins us something, sorry too much to ask from a #1 pick. How about when he gets us to the play offs, just the first round and I will screem his name. As for beating the lowly Nets, nahhhh I'll pass.

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  • RaptorRoo
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    OzRapFan wrote: View Post
    I scream it every time he misses a rebound, and i'm horse.

    He is not a franchise player but for 10 million he is still good value.

    Don't scream when he misses a rebound, he'll make it up scoring 20+ a night...

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  • RaptorDan
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    heinz57 wrote: View Post
    Yup! "even on the red sea, you gotta surf the waves"
    Another I haven't heard before. Classic. Another added to the arsenal!

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  • heinz57
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    RaptorDan wrote: View Post
    And I hate when that happens. But you know what they say ...
    Yup! "even on the red sea, you gotta surf the waves"

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  • RaptorDan
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    ... you're not a soldier if you can't stand a little blood

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  • RaptorDan
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    heinz57 wrote: View Post
    i know what you mean, man. it's like being in a brothel and all the whores are on the rag.
    And I hate when that happens. But you know what they say ...

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  • nubreed000
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    Multipaul wrote: View Post
    King Bargs.....remember it for sure! Our real all star! Someone that can put the team on his back and can work WITH his teammates forming like voltron. All u bargs hatin bosh ballwashers better recognize the King is in the building! Here's to u mack north, nubreed, tim w, all u haters who watched the miami game tonite instead of supporting raptor nation!
    i actually got off work early to watch the second half of the raptors game. tit.

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  • RaptorDan
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    heinz57 wrote: View Post
    would that mean bosh is "vulture-man"? i see the resemblance
    Damn that made me laugh. I forgot about vulture man.

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  • Rg1990
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    A lot of teams would be happy to have Bargnani. He could be a second option on a good team. One area he needs to improve is his defense and consistency. If he wants to be taken seriously, he needs to put up good numbers night in night out. I think I heard Amir leads the team with 4 double doubles. Bargs needs to get on that.

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  • heinz57
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    the_aftermath wrote: View Post
    I don't get what all this hatin on him will result in, if you're rooting for the team to do well then as it stands now you should be rooting for him to do well, not acting like a bunch of bipolar bitches that magically appear every time he has a "bad" game. It's pathetic and frustrating as a fan.
    i know what you mean, man. it's like being in a brothel and all the whores are on the rag.

    its like instead of hoping he plays well, they hope he plays bad enough to get the boot. micro-managed tanking.

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  • Rg1990
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    Regarding Lopez over Bargnani.... Bargnani is averaging more points and has a higher fg% so far this year. Lopez edges Bargs slighty in rebounds and is the better back to the basket player. Being said, Bargnani is a good player. It's a shame that people are constantly crying to trade him. If he goes, who leads the team? Whether you think he's a franchise player or not doesn't matter. He's the best player on the team like it or not. He can do it all, post up, hit the 3, hit the mid range jumper , drive to the basket. Name me other current centres who move as swiftly as Bargnani. Yeah he lacks at the defensive end but that's generally the knock against all european big men.

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