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    Re: Minnesota T-Wolves 2006

    There wasn't a lot of thinking involved, it was athleticism.
    Suns, especailly Nash looked tired at the end.
    Wolves still had energy and they were making shots in the 4th when it mattered.

    It was a fun game to watch, that is true.

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    Re: Minnesota T-Wolves 2006

    Man, I wished I still lived in MN or could get the dish so I could've seen it.
    All the talk about when the streak would end on PTI and Around the Horn and nobody picked the 2007 NBA champion Wolves to do it!

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    Re: Minnesota T-Wolves 2006

    "lakehubertviking" wrote:
    Man, I wished I still lived in MN or could get the dish so I could've seen it.
    All the talk about when the streak would end on PTI and Around the Horn and nobody picked the 2007 NBA champion Wolves to do it!
    Whoa!
    Not so fast there.
    LOL

    I heard one guy like on Friday say the Suns wouldn't make it home without losing on this road trip.
    But ya, I don't think he was thinking the Wolves would do it.
    In fact, I was doubting it myself after watching that Seattle game and then watching them struggle with the LAC also on Sat night.
    Hopefully this give them a boost.
    They need it after winning 7 in a row then dropping 6 in a row, now winning the last two.
    They need to start putting people away, too many close games.
    I think they played 5 OT games this month and most of the rest were nail bitters to the finish, except for the Hawks loss and the Suns loss.

    One game does not make a champion, but we can always hope.

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    Re: Minnesota T-Wolves 2006

    I knew the Suns winning streak wouldn't last too much longer, but I didn't think the Timberwolves would end it.

    KG was amazing.

    Funny thing is, he used the same turn around jumper to dominate The Matrix all night long.

    The Suns are obviously a great team, but they don't play any defense, and that's why I'm suprised they put together a 17 game winning streak.

    Their fun to watch, but when the postseason rolls around, you need to be able to play some defense.

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