Sunday, December 11, 2005

Sunday's Picks

It's nice to see Sean May trying to get himself into shape by doing push-ups, but c'mon dude...during a game?! No wonder why the Bobcats are playing grotesque basketball. They lost their 7th straight at home to Toronto last night.



December 11, 2005

Home Team in CAPS


Ant's Picks:

Last Night: (6-4-1); Week: (20-24); Month: (38-45); Season: (150-136)

  • MIAMI -9 over Washington - *Shaquille O'Neal, Jason Williams Questionable
  • New Orleans/Oklahoma City +5.5 over SACRAMENTO - *Bonzi Wells Questionable*
  • HOUSTON -6.5 over Portland
  • Detroit -3.5 over CLIPPERS - *Corey Maggette Doubtful*

Paul's Picks:

Last Night: (6-4-1); Week: (21-23); Month: (43-40); Season: (149-137)

  • MIAMI -9 over Washington - *Shaquille O'Neal, Jason Williams Questionable*
  • SACRAMENTO -5.5 over New Orleans/Oklahoma City - *Bonzi Wells Questionable*
  • HOUSTON -6.5 over Portland
  • Detroit -3.5 over CLIPPERS - *Corey Maggette Doubtful*

--The Heat have absolutely owned the Wizards recently, capitulating in their 4 game sweep in the Conference Semifinals last year with a beat up Dwyane Wade and Shaquille O'Neal. Wizards look completely lost right now. MIA 109-92

--The Kings always blow away the Hornets at Arco and actually looked like a team playing with a sense of urgency last night now. If Bonzi Wells can step up consistently just like he did in Seattle, the Kings might have the leader they've been lacking. SAC 104-91

--McGrady is back and looking healthy, and that alone is enough to get the Rockets on the right track. People tend to forget this team started 4-11 last year, so there's no need for dire concern just yet. HOU 92-82

--I think the Clips got their big win of the weekend last night-- taking 2 in a row without Maggette against the league's hottest teams is a bit too much to ask. Business as usual for Detroit. DET 102-98

2 Comments:

At 7:20 PM, Blogger michael said...

bonzi wells, leader? HA!

 
At 3:21 AM, Blogger Paul Benedict said...

Q: Who lead the Kings again tonight?

A: Bonzi Wells

Q: Is Bonzi Wells someone you want leading your team?

A: No, but when you take a look at that Kings roster, he's the only 'take charge'/'we're NOT losing this game!' type of guy they have.

It's not the best long-term solution, but you got any better ideas?

 

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