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Now that MVP is out for the rest of the season, only Kobe plays with heart out there...
lolz @ MVP
Anyway, MWP will test his surgically-repaired knee this week, less than two full weeks after having the procedure.
For context, Chase Budinger had a similar injury and was out from early November through the late March. MWP will run at 90 percent of his body weight before evaluating whether he can run with full body weight on Tuesday. If he goes through that without any setbacks, he'll attempt to practice and is eyeing a return before the regular season ends. Mike D'Antoni said MWP is "way ahead of schedule," and the enigmatic forward has spent the last three days running and doing shooting drills.
Updating a previous item, Metta World Peace (knee surgery) will play on Tuesday against the Hornets, but he will not start.
Mike D'Antoni said MWP is ready to go, and it's pretty unbelievable he'll be back in action. He'll likely be on some kind of minutes limit for his first game back (Mike D'Antoni guessed around 20 minutes), and because he'll come off the bench, Jodie Meeks will keep his spot in the starting lineup for now. Steve Nash (hip, hamstring) is officially out.
And to be honest with you, your assumption might not be 100% true in the wagering world. That's how sportsbooks/Vegas make money.
Not a big deal; he's just looking for reasons to poke at me now, since I and some others continuously are finding him saying dumbass shit and calling him out on it....He really looks like the idiot here anyway, as he says "think before you post dumbass" when it's entirely possible that I simply didn't know that Deng, Noah, and Hamilton are out, which is probably why I asked, "How is Bulls beating Raptors an upset" in the first place...
Honestly, I watched about the first 3 minutes of this vid, and it's such a bad vid...all bias aside, it's a really bad vid....Apart from the flagrant calls which should have just been assessed as personal fouls, because they were good, hard playoff fouls, I either couldn't see shit in the vid or I thought the right calls were made...
As for the flopping, I blame the league and the refs for that...Why are refs calling fouls on flops? As a ref, you are supposed to blow your whistle when u see a foul, not when u see someone flop....It's really not that that difficult...That said, more often than not, when these guys were flopping, it was to sell a foul that WAS actually a foul....and as long as refs continue to blow their whistles on flops, I don't see why the players would stop....You do whatever it takes to win...
Vid seems to obviously made by a butthurt guy that hates Miami.