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on: April 12, 2013, 03:28:17 AM
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  • gumawa ako ng sinulid para dito natin ilagay ang mga bali-balita around the NBA , para isang hanapan nalang at di labo-labo . . .
     sana po suportahan natin to para di matabunan thanks ^^

    eto simulan ko na :




    Why wait until summer? ESPN.com and the
    TrueHoop Network are ranking the top 30 players
    in the NBA -- and counting them down on Twitter
    (@ESPNNBA). As the rankings are announced, you
    can also find them here on the pages of ESPN.com.


    How did we rank the players?



    We asked 111 experts to rate each player on a 0-
    to-10 scale, in terms of "the current quality of
    each player."
    The voters are contributors to ESPN's NBA
    coverage from ESPN.com, the TrueHoop Network,
    TrueHoop TV, Daily Dime Live, ESPN TV, ESPN
    Radio, ESPN Deportes, espnW, ESPN The Magazine,
    ESPN Insider, ESPN Fantasy, ESPN Games, ESPN
    Boston, ESPN Chicago, ESPN Dallas, ESPN Los
    Angeles, ESPN New York, ESPN Stats &
    Information, ESPN Topics and ESPN Analytics.

    in orders :


    1. LeBron James
    2. Kevin Durant
    3. Chris Paul
    4. Kobe Bryant
    5. Russell Westbrook
    6. Dwyane Wade
    7. Tony Parker
    8. James Harden
    9. Carmelo Anthony
    10. Tim Duncan
    11. Dwight Howard
    12. Kyrie Irving
    13. Blake Griffin
    14. Marc Gasol
    15. Dirk Nowitzki

    16. Stephen Curry
    17. Deron Williams
    18. Chris Bosh
    19. Joakim Noah
    20. Al Horford
    21. John Wall
    22. Rajon Rondo
    23. Derrick Rose
    24. Tyson Chandler
    25. LaMarcus Aldridge
    26. Brook Lopez
    27. Kevin Love
    28. Paul George
    29. Zach Randolph
    30. Paul Pierce

    Masyadong mataas ang pwesto ni Harden at Westbrook kumpara kay Melo at Duncan , botohan kase yan kaya ganyan ang ranking tsk.tsk.


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    Reply #1 on: April 12, 2013, 05:29:37 AM
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  • Wala naman problem kay harden ang problem lang kay westbrook.

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    Reply #2 on: April 12, 2013, 06:42:39 AM
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  • tama ok naman si harden, kaso masyado pa atang maaga para bigyan ng ganyang kataas na ranking , patunayan nya muna na dapat sya sa kinalalagyan nya ^^ siguro lumagpas muna sya kahit 1st round lang muna ng playoffs , at pde na syang i-consider na real deal . . . baka mag ala T-Mac lang sya na napakahusay kaso kahit minsan sa career di man lang umabot ng 2nd round ng playoffs ^^





    heres the schedules for the day . . .
    04-11-13




    Knicks @ Bulls

    PG Felton 14.0  -Hinrich 7.3
    SG Prigioni 3.4 -Butler 8.3
    SF Shumpert 6.2  -Deng 16.7
    PF Anthony 28.6. -Boozer 16.1
    C Chandler 10.4 - Noah 12.2

    Knicks (51-26, 22-16 away)

    Bulls (42-35, 22-17 home)






    Thunder @ Warriors
    PG Westbrook 23.4 -Curry 22.5
    SG Sefolosha 7.5 -Thompson 16.4
    SF Durant 28.3 -Barnes 9.3
    PF Ibaka 13.2 -Lee 18.6
    C Perkins 4.3 -Bogut 6.1

    Thunder (57-21, 24-15 away)

    Warriors (45-33, 27-12 home)


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    Reply #3 on: April 12, 2013, 01:41:08 PM
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  • Knicks 111 vs Bulls 118


    Streak busters: Bulls halt Knicks'
    streak after snapping Heat's run . . .




    CHICAGO -- The winning streak is
    over. Bigger goals remain in play.
    All the New York Knicks could do
    was shrug off this one.
    Nate Robinson scored a season-
    high 35 points and the Chicago
    Bulls stopped another lengthy
    winning streak, rallying to beat
    New York 118-111 in overtime
    Thursday night and end the Knicks'
    13-game run.
    "It's over with," coach Mike
    Woodson said. "You can't win them
    all."
    Carmelo Anthony missed a
    potential winner at the end of
    regulation, and Robinson took over
    down the stretch, scoring eight
    points in overtime to lift the Bulls
    to another streak-breaking win.
    "It would have been nice if Melo
    knocks down that shot," Woodson
    said. "We could have walked out of
    here with a win. It didn't happen."
    Jimmy Butler added 22 points, Luol
    Deng scored 16, and the Bulls
    busted a long run for the second
    time in about a two-week span,
    ending the Miami Heat's 27-game
    streak -- second-longest in NBA
    history -- on March 27.
    They put the Knicks' longest streak
    in nearly two decades to rest with a
    huge surge in the second half,
    offsetting Anthony's 36 points.
    "For us, we're not focused on
    stopping streaks," Robinson said.
    "We're just trying to get better as a
    team going into the playoffs."
    Robinson appears to be in gear.
    He's scored 18 or more in four
    straight games, and he put the
    Bulls over the top against his
    former team after two ugly losses
    to Detroit and Toronto.
    Robinson started overtime with a
    three-point play to give Chicago a
    108-105 lead, and after Anthony
    scored, the Bulls started to pull
    away.
    Deng nailed a 3-pointer, and
    Robinson hit a free throw after J.R.
    Smith got called for a technical
    foul with 2:09 remaining for
    arguing a non-call against Deng on
    a missed drive. The Bulls guard
    then drove for a layup to make it
    114-107, and Chicago hung on
    from there.
    Chicago trailed by as much as 17
    points and was down 79-64 in the
    third quarter before going on a big
    run to get back into it.
    The Bulls were even up by nine --
    99-90 -- after a 3 by Robinson and
    layup by Butler with 5:42
    remaining, but they did not get
    another basket in regulation.
    The Knicks finally tied it at 105
    with 14.5 seconds left when a
    driving Anthony got fouled by
    Butler and hit both free throws.
    Deng then missed an off-balance
    fadeaway bank shot with 1.5
    seconds left in regulation. New
    York's Raymond Felton grabbed the
    rebound, and after a 20-second
    timeout, Anthony's long jumper hit
    the rim and it went into overtime.
    The loss ended the Knicks' longest
    win streak since a 15-game run
    from March 1 to April 2, 1994,
    and left them two games ahead of
    Indiana for the second seed in the
    Eastern Conference with four
    games remaining. New York plays
    the Pacers on Sunday.
    "The crazy thing is they're only
    getting better," Chicago's Carlos
    Boozer said. "The more talent they
    put around (Anthony), the better
    his team is. This year, they went
    from being kind of a mediocre
    team in the East the last few years
    to ... top in the East for a very long
    time."
    Anthony, trying to become the first
    Knicks player since Bernard King in
    1984-85 to win a scoring title, was
    off target. He hit just 13 of 34
    shots after averaging 40.6 points in
    the previous five games.
    Smith scored 28 points and
    Raymond Felton added 19, but the
    Bulls hung on down the stretch in
    OT to complete the four-game
    sweep.
    "They can have it," Anthony said.
    "They can have it. They can have it.
    They can have the regular-season
    wins. They did a great job at
    beating us four times. We're not
    worrying about them at this point."
    The win left fifth-place Chicago a
    half-game ahead of Atlanta in the
    East, and they can thank Robinson
    for that. He beat his previous
    season high by a point.
    Deng finished with 16 points after
    sitting out the previous two games
    with a hip injury.
    Butler came up big after scoring a
    career-high 28 in Tuesday's loss to
    Toronto. He ignited the crowd with
    back-to-back breakaway dunks in
    the third that got the turnaround
    started and helped defend Anthony.
    "You want to go up against the
    best," Butler said. "You don't back
    down from things like this. You
    want to accept those challenges.
    You don't back down from things
    like that. He's a great player.


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    Reply #4 on: April 12, 2013, 01:45:49 PM
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  • OKC 116 vs GS Warriors 97



    Thunder roll Warriors to regain
    control of West's top seed . . .





    OAKLAND, Calif. -- Kevin Durant
    had 31 points, 10 rebounds and
    eight assists to help the Oklahoma
    City Thunder regain the Western
    Conference's best record with a
    116-97 victory over the Golden
    State Warriors on Thursday night.
    Kevin Martin scored 23 points off
    the bench and Russell Westbrook
    added 18 points and nine assists
    for the Thunder, who moved a
    half-game ahead of idle San
    Antonio for the top seed. The Spurs
    split the season series with
    Oklahoma City, but the Thunder
    (58-21) own the tiebreaker because
    of its better conference record.
    Stephen Curry scored 22 points
    and reserve Jarrett Jack had 19
    points on a night the playoff-
    bound Warriors lost center Andrew
    Bogut to another injury. The 7-
    footer left in the first quarter with
    a sprained left ankle. His status is
    unclear.
    The Warriors (45-34) are a mere
    half-game ahead of Houston for
    sixth place in the West. The Rockets
    hold the tiebreaker after winning
    three of four this season over
    Golden State, which looked every
    bit like a team at the back of the
    playoff pack against the defending
    conference champions.
    At times, even in embarrassing
    fashion.
    Serge Ibaka blocked Bogut's dunk
    attempt at the rim in the first
    quarter, then gave an extended
    finger wave that even drew roars
    from Golden State's 31st straight
    sellout crowd announced at
    19,596. Ibaka ran down court to
    tip-back Durant's miss, then hit a
    3-pointer and later dunked to put
    Oklahoma City ahead 22-15.
    Ibaka finished with 17 points,
    seven rebounds and three blocks.
    Durant was 10 for 16 from the
    floor, helping the Thunder
    outshoot the Warriors 50.6 to 44
    percent.
    Bogut exited with 2:55 remaining
    in the quarter, went to the locker
    and did not return. The team said
    Bogut sprained his left ankle,
    which he broke in January of 2012
    and underwent microfracture on
    last April.
    It's unclear how Bogut was injured
    and his status for Friday night's
    game at the Los Angeles Lakers was
    not immediately clear.
    In the meantime, Durant and
    Westbrook got rolling late in the
    second half, including one series
    sure to fill the highlights:
    Westbrook finished a layup over a
    defender, then blocked Curry's shot
    before Durant took the ball coast-
    to-coast for a soaring one-handed
    dunk at full extension that again
    brought the road fans to their feet
    once more.
    The Thunder's defense smothered
    Golden State's shooters in the third
    quarter to put the game away. They
    started the third quarter on a 22-5
    run, and they took a 94-73 lead on
    Durant's 3-pointer in the final
    minute of the third quarter.
    Oklahoma City played the second
    half without its center, too, due to
    an injury that seems far less
    serious. Kendrick Perkins sat out
    the final 24 minutes because of
    right hamstring tightness, the team
    said.
    With the Thunder in full control,
    there was no need to play anyway.
    The only drama left was whether
    Durant would get his second triple-
    double of the season against the
    Warriors. Instead, Thunder coach
    Scott Brooke replaced Durant with
    8:14 remaining with his team still
    up 20 points.
    Durant recorded his first career
    triple-double in a 119-109 win
    over the Warriors in Oklahoma City
    on Nov. 18.

    Game Notes :


    Martin left in the fourth quarter
    with lower back tightness. ... The
    Thunder won the season-series
    3-1. ... Curry joined Ray Allen
    (2005-06), Dennis Scott (1995-96)
    and George McCloud (1995-96) as
    the only players in NBA history to
    make at least 250 3-pointers in a
    season. ... Former Warriors players
    Sleepy Floyd and Tom Meschery
    each received standing ovations
    when they were shown on the main
    video screen during separate
    timeouts in the first half. . .


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    Reply #5 on: April 13, 2013, 03:34:33 AM
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  • Young Blood = Kyrie Irving
    Rising Star = John Wall
    Wizard = Ricky Rubio
    Sharpshooter = Steph Curry
    Assassin = D.Rose
    Flash = Wade
    Superman = Dwight
    Big Diesel = Shaq
    Guru = Magic Johnson
    Fundamental = Tim Duncan
    Glass Eater = Rodman
    Dagger = Reggie Miller
    Dominant = Chamberlain
    Historic = Bill Russell



    Pre-Historic = Chris Bosh


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    Reply #6 on: April 13, 2013, 09:57:37 AM
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  • Kevin Durant fined $ 25,000




    NEW YORK -- The NBA has fined Oklahoma City star
    Kevin Durant $25,000 for making a "menacing
    gesture," when he pretended to slice his throat
    after throwing down a big dunk during the
    Thunder's victory against the Golden State Warriors
    on Thursday night.
    The play that led to Durant's costly celebration
    occurred with about 1:45 left in the second
    quarter of Oklahoma City's 116-97 win at Golden
    State.
    Thunder guard Russell Westbrook blocked Stephen
    Curry's layup, and Durant corralled the ball and
    went in for a soaring dunk at the other end of the
    court. He then made a throat-slashing gesture and
    crossed his hands in prayer.
    "Kill 'em and pray for 'em after the game," Durant
    said.
    "It's nothing against the team I'm playing against,"
    Durant added. "Come out with a mindset and be
    friends after the game.


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    Reply #7 on: April 13, 2013, 10:30:38 AM
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    Dwyane Wade and Michael Jordan are the only two guards in NBA history to record over 50 blocks for 8 straight seasons.


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    Reply #8 on: April 13, 2013, 10:51:36 AM
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  • Nice nice... More info... Keep it up

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    Reply #9 on: April 13, 2013, 12:38:36 PM
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  • NBA scores


    April 12 2013
    14 games schedules



    GSW 116 LAL 118

    NJN 117 IND 109 Final

    PHI 97 WAS 86 Final

    CHI 88 TOR 97 Final

    MIL 104 ATL 109 Final

    NYK 101 CLE 91 Final

    CHA 93 DET 113 Final

    BOS 101 MIA 109 Final

    LAC 96 NOR 93 Final

    MEM 80 HOU 78 Final

    DEN 105 DAL 108 Final OT

    SAC 101 SAS 108 Final

    MIN 100 UTH 107 Final

    OKC 106 POR 90 Final
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    Reply #10 on: April 13, 2013, 12:45:56 PM
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  • Thanks for an upadate..

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  • welcome ^^

    eto pa info ulit =))




    Did you know that the lowest seed
    to ever win the NBA Championship
    was the 1995 Houston Rockets (6th
    seed), led by Hakeem Olajuwon and
    Clyde Drexler? That year, the
    Rockets went 48-34.


    What team this year do you think
    has a 'chance' to tie or even
    possibly break that record? Or are
    there no teams with lower seeds
    that have the strengths to make a
    run?


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    Reply #12 on: April 13, 2013, 12:56:39 PM
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  • panu ba maglagay ng mga pix or thumbnail dito ???
    madame kase ako gusto ilagay for additional info kaso di ako runong ee :-\
    sensya na at newbie lang ^^

    cp mode lang ako using OM  :'(


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    Reply #13 on: April 13, 2013, 01:31:19 PM
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  • Lakers Won ! !




    LA LAKERS 118
    GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS 116



    Lakers edge Warriors after
    injured Kobe Bryant exits game . . .





    LOS ANGELES -- Kobe Bryant
    scored 34 points while playing
    much of the second half in obvious
    pain from his injured left leg, and
    the Los Angeles Lakers rallied in
    the final minutes without him to
    stay in the playoff picture with a
    118-116 victory over the Golden
    State Warriors on Friday night.
    Bryant stayed in the game until
    3:06 remained despite obvious
    mobility limitations and two
    lengthy breaks to walk off an injury
    from early in the second half. The
    Lakers announced after the game
    that Bryant likely has a torn
    Achilles tendon and will undergo an
    MRI Saturday to confirm the initial
    diagnosis.
    Stephen Curry scored 47 points in
    a dynamic performance for the
    Warriors, but Los Angeles played
    just enough late defense to hang on
    for a crucial win.
    Los Angeles (43-37) stayed one
    game ahead of Utah (42-38) for the
    eighth playoff spot in the Western
    Conference with two games to go.
    The Jazz hold the tiebreaker.


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  • 2012-13 NBA Playoffs Schedule
    (Adjusted to Philippine time,
    SUBJECT TO CHANGE)

    WESTERN CONFERENCE -
    FIRST ROUND

    *(1) Oklahoma City vs. (8)
    Houston
    Game 1 - Mon April 22 Houston
    at Oklahoma City 9:30 AM
    Game 2 - Thurs April 25
    Houston at Oklahoma City 7:00
    AM
    Game 3 - Sun April 28
    Oklahoma City at Houston 9:30
    AM
    Game 4 - Tues April 30
    Oklahoma City at Houston TBD
    Game 5 * Thurs May 2 Houston
    at Oklahoma City TBD
    Game 6 * Sat May 4 Oklahoma
    City at Houston TBD
    Game 7 * Mon May 6 Houston
    at Oklahoma City TBD

    *(2) San Antonio vs. (7) L.A.
    Lakers
    Game 1 - Mon April 22 L.A.
    Lakers at San Antonio 3:30 AM
    Game 2 - Thurs April 25 L.A.
    Lakers at San Antonio 9:30 AM
    Game 3 - Sat April 27 San
    Antonio at L.A. Lakers 10:30
    AM
    Game 4 - Mon April 30 San
    Antonio at L.A. Lakers 7:00 AM
    Game 5 * Wed May 1 L.A.
    Lakers at San Antonio TBD
    Game 6 * Fri May 3 San
    Antonio at L.A. Lakers TBD
    Game 7 * Sun May 5 L.A.
    Lakers at San Antonio TBD

    *(3) Denver vs. (6) Golden State
    Game 1 - Sun April 21 Golden
    State at Denver 5:30 AM
    Game 2 - Wed April 24 Golden
    State at Denver 10:30 AM
    Game 3 - Sat April 27 Denver at
    Golden State 10:30 AM
    Game 4 - Mon April 29 Denver
    at Golden State 9:30 AM
    Game 5 * Wed May 1 Golden
    State at Denver TBD
    Game 6 * Fri May 3 Denver at
    Golden State TBD
    Game 7 * Sun May 5 Golden
    State at Denver TBD

    *(4) L.A. Clippers vs. (5)
    Memphis
    Game 1 - Sun April 21 Memphis
    at L.A. Clippers 10:30 AM
    Game 2 - Tues April 23
    Memphis at L.A. Clippers 10:30
    AM
    Game 3 - Fri April 26 L.A.
    Clippers at Memphis 9:30 AM
    Game 4 - Sun April 28 L.A.
    Clippers at Memphis 4:30 AM
    Game 5 * Wed May 1 Memphis
    at L.A. Clippers TBD
    Game 6 * Sat May 4 L.A.
    Clippers at Memphis TBD
    Game 7 * Mon May 6 Memphis
    at L.A. Clippers TBD


    EASTERN CONFERENCE -
    FIRST ROUND

    *(1) Miami vs. ( Milwaukee
    Game 1 - Mon April 22
    Milwaukee at Miami 7:00 AM
    Game 2 - Wed April 24
    Milwaukee at Miami 7:30 AM
    Game 3 - Fri April 26 Miami at
    Milwaukee 7:00 AM
    Game 4 - Mon April 29 Miami
    at Milwaukee 3:30 AM
    Game 5 * Wed May 1
    Milwaukee at Miami TBD
    Game 6 * Fri May 3 Miami at
    Milwaukee TBD
    Game 7 * Sun May 5 Milwaukee
    at Miami TBD

    *(2) New York vs. (7) Boston
    Game 1 - Sun April 22 Boston
    at New York 3:00 AM
    Game 2 - Wed April 24 Boston
    at New York 8:00 AM
    Game 3 - Sat April 27 New York
    at Boston 8:00 AM
    Game 4 - Mon April 29 New
    York at Boston 1:00 AM
    Game 5 * Thurs May 2 Boston
    at New York TBD
    Game 6 * Sat May 4 New York
    at Boston TBD
    Game 7 * Mon May 6 Boston at
    New York TBD

    *(3) Indiana vs. (6) Atlanta
    Game 1 - Mon April 22 Atlanta
    at Indiana 1:00 AM
    Game 2 - Thurs April 25
    Atlanta at Indiana 7:30 AM
    Game 3 - Sun April 28 Indiana
    at Atlanta 7:00 AM
    Game 4 - Tues April 30 Indiana
    at Atlanta TBD
    Game 5 * Thurs May 2 Atlanta
    at Indiana TBD
    Game 6 * Sat May 4 Indiana at
    Atlanta TBD
    Game 7 * Mon May 6 Atlanta at
    Indiana TBD

    *(4) Brooklyn vs. (5) Chicago
    Game 1 - Sun April 21 Chicago
    at Brooklyn 8:00 AM
    Game 2 - Tues April 23 Chicago
    at Brooklyn 8:00 AM
    Game 3 - Fri April 26 Brooklyn
    at Chicago 8:30 AM
    Game 4 - Sun April 28 Brooklyn
    at Chicago 2:00 AM
    Game 5 * Tues April 30 Chicago
    at Brooklyn TBD
    Game 6 * Fri May 3 Brooklyn
    at Chicago TBD
    Game 7 * Sun May 5 Chicago at
    Brooklyn TBD

    Additional scheduling
    information will be furnished
    as soon as possible consistent
    with the need to fulfill league
    obligations.

    If First Round series are
    completed in six (6) games or
    less, the Conference Semifinals
    may move up to begin on
    either Sunday, May 5 or
    Monday, May 6.

    *If necessary

    TBD - To Be Determined
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