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    Default Re: 2011 Playoffs second round preview of Thunder vs Grizzlies

    Quote Originally Posted by KDthunderup
    Durant has shat on Battier the past two they matched up
    Yeah I don't know what this nonsense is about Battier and Allen are going to shut down KD.

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    Default Re: 2011 Playoffs second round preview of Thunder vs Grizzlies

    KD only struggles with physically strong defenders like Artest. Artest had about 20 pounds over Durant, whilst Battier weighs 10 pounds less then Durant.

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    Default Re: 2011 Playoffs second round preview of Thunder vs Grizzlies

    Quote Originally Posted by OKCThunderUP
    Yeah I don't know what this nonsense is about Battier and Allen are going to shut down KD.
    Who said they were going to shut down Durant?

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    Default Re: 2011 Playoffs second round preview of Thunder vs Grizzlies

    Thunder in no more than 5

    15ppg+ for Harden this series

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    Default Re: 2011 Playoffs second round preview of Thunder vs Grizzlies

    IBaka is about is about to take a big steaming shit on Z-Bo

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThaSwagg3r
    We will see how great Kevin Durant truly is in this series. He is going to have Tony Allen, Sam Young, and Shane Battier barking all over his ass in this series. Grizzlies would be smart to have Tony Allen defend Russell Westbrook and Shane Battier defend Kevin Durant.

    This will be a close series.
    Everybody was saying the same shit over and over again about how Nuggetz were gonna stop him.

    Kevin Durant's career averages against Memphis (13 games):
    28PPG 47%FG 7RPG 1.5BPG
    Kevin Durant against Memphis this year (4 games):
    30.5PPG 47.3% FG 8.3 RPG 1.0 BPG

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    Default Re: 2011 Playoffs second round preview of Thunder vs Grizzlies

    Quote Originally Posted by dunksby
    Kevin Durant against Memphis this year (4 games):
    30.5PPG 47.3% FG 8.3 RPG 1.0 BPG
    I knew he'd played well against them but DAMN.

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    Default Re: 2011 Playoffs second round preview of Thunder vs Grizzlies

    Quote Originally Posted by OKCThunderUP
    I knew he'd played well against them but DAMN.
    Clearly Shane Battier, Tony Allen and Sam Young all missed the 4 games against OKC!

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    Default Re: 2011 Playoffs second round preview of Thunder vs Grizzlies

    Quote Originally Posted by dunksby
    Clearly Shane Battier, Tony Allen and Sam Young all missed the 4 games against OKC!

    ummm....Tony Allen played all four games vs Thunder and there a video on YouTube I think it's called Tony Allen vs Kevin Durant and they show how Tony Allen defense frustrated KD.

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    Default Re: 2011 Playoffs second round preview of Thunder vs Grizzlies

    Quote Originally Posted by anjel02
    ummm....Tony Allen played all four games vs Thunder and there a video on YouTube I think it's called Tony Allen vs Kevin Durant and they show how Tony Allen defense frustrated KD.
    He was being facetious.

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    Default Re: 2011 Playoffs second round preview of Thunder vs Grizzlies

    Do people forget the Grizzlies beat the Thunders 3 times int he regular season? sure each game was incredibly close, but I'm not counting the Grizz out.

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    Default Re: 2011 Playoffs second round preview of Thunder vs Grizzlies

    Quote Originally Posted by BMOGEFan
    Do people forget the Grizzlies beat the Thunders 3 times int he regular season? sure each game was incredibly close, but I'm not counting the Grizz out.
    Didn't they have Rudy Gay for those games? If they had him, I am pretty sure the Grizzlies would be the favorite tbh with you.

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    Default Re: 2011 Playoffs second round preview of Thunder vs Grizzlies

    Quote Originally Posted by BMOGEFan
    Do people forget the Grizzlies beat the Thunders 3 times int he regular season? sure each game was incredibly close, but I'm not counting the Grizz out.
    Do people forget that the Thunder had one of the softest front courts in the league with Green and Krstic?

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    Default Re: 2011 Playoffs second round preview of Thunder vs Grizzlies

    lol durant has a major advantage with his length over shane battier and tony allen, not to mention he is the top scorer in the league with the athleticism of a 22 YEAR OLD

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    Default Re: 2011 Playoffs second round preview of Thunder vs Grizzlies

    Should be a really close tough series. No way is this series going to be finished in less than 6 games, so we may as well just all sit back and enjoy.

    The only thing I'm worried about is OKC's talent and amount of scorers they have. Whereas Memphis have a bunch of defensive minded guys, but really, without Rudy Gay, only one true scorer, that being Randolph.

    Without Rudy, other guys are really going to have step up this series. No longer can OJ be the little ***** he has been all f*cking season, he needs to step and do something, anything.

    If Memphis can keep the scoring low and get the ball in to the paint to Gasol and Randolph, then it won't be as hard.

    Realistically, I'd go with Thunder in 6.

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