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    Spurs were so close to winning at the death!! Argh!!
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    GAME 4 | CLEVELAND 74, DETROIT 72: Broken vow
    CLEVELAND -- So much for "guaran-Sheed" victories.

    Pistons forward Rasheed Wallace promised a win, but in the waning moments Monday night, his rolled right ankle wouldn't let him back up his vow.

    As Wallace watched from the bench, the Pistons lost their second straight playoff game, evening their best-of-seven second-round series with Cleveland at 2-all. The Cavaliers won, 74-72, beating the Pistons at their own game, a grind-it-out battle of wills.
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    So Broadway ....what happened to the guarantee?
    *jumps on Cavs bandwagon*

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    OMG is it possible that San Antonio and Detroit could be bounced in the second round? They're both facing elimination games.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Unklescott View Post
    So Broadway ....what happened to the guarantee?
    *jumps on Cavs bandwagon*
    I know.... good ol guaransheed...... Yikes!

    This is bringing back memories of our 7 game series against NJ two years ago. Detroit is notorious for grueling Conference Semis, but sheesh.
    Last edited by Broadway; 05-17-2006 at 10:56 PM.
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    The Mavs/ Spurs game was a close one! I thought for sure the Mavs would pull ahead and win it. I actually fell asleep on the couch and woke up when my husband yelled at the end and scared the crap out of me. So, I had to settle for replays.
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    I'm going to the Cavs / Pistons game tonight. Broadway, sorry, but I'm going to have to hope that I lose my voice cheering with glee.

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    Oh man! What a situation we are facing. Spurs and Pistons both facing elimination. Also, those Clippers are sure fighting with the Suns. Good luck to all teams. May the force be with them and may the best team win. So far the Heat are the lucky ducks...sitting and waiting for a winner of Cavs/Pistons. But I always say: "GO SPURS GO"
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    I hate that Jason Terry won't be playing tonight. However, what he did was wrong. I think the Mavs have enough key players that it won't affect their game. Go Mavs!

    Just saw an interview with Tony Parker. What a prissy little punk!
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    Tony Parker has been completely wussified by his relationship with Eva Longoria.

    And all I can say about the game tonight.... is THANK GOD! We finally got the offensive rebounds when we needed them, but mannnnnnnnnnnnn.... what a nailbiter!

    Game 7 at home.... Sunday's going to be tense in my town.
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    Two game sevens on Sunday. I'm looking forward to them both.
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