04-12-2009, 08:59 PM
best Crash mix:biggrin:
Very nice! :biggrin:
I love that guy...
edit: this one is better, you can see it in hd on youtube
04-12-2009, 09:48 PM
Not bad, very good video...:cool:
04-13-2009, 03:32 AM
I love Gerald Wallace....No Homo :D
04-15-2009, 04:42 PM
Piggybacking with some more accolades:
Every Play Counts - All Defensive Teams (http://www.basketballprospectus.com/article.php?articleid=638)
First Team - LeBron James (http://www.basketballprospectus.com/card.php?id=1616), Cleveland. Even after completing yesterday's Every Play Counts column (http://www.basketballprospectus.com/article.php?articleid=636), I wasn't totally convinced that James belonged on the first team. However, his numbers are impossible to ignore. In terms of defensive value in terms of individual statistics, James is second in the entire league. The Cavaliers allow 7.2 fewer points per 100 possessions with James on the floor, and opponents post a paltry 13.2 PER against him. If there's an argument against putting James on my All-Defensive First Team, I'm not seeing it.
Second Team - Ron Artest (http://www.basketballprospectus.com/card.php?id=106), Houston. You could make a strong argument that Artest has been more valuable to the Rockets defensively than Battier, his partner in crime, has. Alas, he suffers from the superior competition at small forward. Adjusted plus-minus has been as positive about Artest as about Battier, though that has drawn less attention because in this case it tends to back up conventional wisdom. Even on a team filled with strong defenders, Artest has a strong -4.5 net defensive plus-minus, and opposing small forwards have gotten nothing against Houston all season long. Artest and Battier is not a combination you want to see in the playoffs if you're a Western Conference wing player.
Bruce Bowen, San Antonio - Has Bowen lost a step defensively? Yes, but as with Bell rumors of his demise are exaggerated. A lot of the problem is Bowen has become so bad on offense that the Spurs (http://www.basketballprospectus.com/team.php?id=SAS) can no longer cover for him at that end, leaving Bowen playing fewer minutes. His defensive numbers are still solid, though not as spectacular as they once were.
Andre Iguodala (http://www.basketballprospectus.com/card.php?id=1566), Philadelphia - Based on the numbers (-7.4 net defensive plus-minus, 12.4 opponent PER), Iguodala could easily have been a part of either the first or second team. His frame is ideally designed to give offensive players fits.
Gerald Wallace (http://www.basketballprospectus.com/card.php?id=3496), Charlotte - On individual defensive stats, Wallace ranks second to James among small forwards. His athleticism manifests itself in piling up both steals and blocks.
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