blake1984 wrote:At this point I can't imagine how you could argue against Paul being a more effective player than Duncan and Ginobli. I suppose you could make an reasonable argument that Parker is as good as Paul but as I see it, 4th quarter execution alone puts Paul ahead of him in terms of playoff effectiveness. I think Chris Paul is the best player in this series, but the Spurs probably have 4 players more valuable than Blake Griffin, the Clippers 2nd best player .
And obviously VDN is a complete wad - but Hollins was a much better coach as well and the Grizz also had a superior roster (Zbo issues nonwithstanding). Having a player like Cp3 puts you in a position to win games you shouldn't in the playoffs. If I had to put money on this I'd say Spurs in 6 but things happen. Now is not the time to be talking about the matchup issues of an OKC/SAS WCF.
Hahaha, couldn't agree more. Now is the time to talk about the stupid hawks, and why the celtics have so much friggin trouble against them every year. They didn't even look like they cared that last game was win or go home for them. Dudes were all catatonic on the bench, and aside from a few big dunks weren't saying anything on the floor.