So the magic number on clinching over Brooklyn is now 10, with 11 games remaining.
As well, the magic number to clinch the tie-breaker (wins within division) over Brooklyn is now 3. This means 3 atlantic division game wins by Toronto or losses by Brooklyn and we win the tie-breaker over Brooklyn, which will reduce the real magic number by 1.
The magic number to clinch the second tie-breaker (wins within conference) is 7, which will in turn reduce the first tie-breaker by 1.
Is the positive of facing the Nets in first round that we will get prime TV times on U.S networks .. Raptors vs Wizards will not be a sexy watch for getting a TV audience ..
Sooo, I was at a party in Oklahoma, I am from Missouri. I play rugby and we were partying with the other team, being nice and having a good time. Then one of my teammates, Black Luke, passes out in the front yard, cops are called. My entire team and the OU team sprint out of the house jumping/ plowing through fences until we think we are far enough away from the police. Three of us wander off to Papa John's. Whilst there we pick a fight with a FIJI (fraternity) pledge, who calls his entire pledge class to try and take us, fighting ensues. My teammates and I pretty much keep the fight tied for being outnumbered and eventually make it back to the party, where we find four of our teammates eating peanut butter off of a girl's foot, in order to become "pirates". We all eventually pass out at the house. Next morning we wake up to our captain kicking in the door screaming "I woke up and all I saw was bushes. It's time to go!" We all packed up and got outta Oklahom
Not Atlantic but man oh man.. Philly up 32 in the 4th. Detroit is seriously imploding.
I guess philly doesn't want the record. Meanwhile, cheer for Atlanta. The sooner the Knicks have nothing to play for ....
I feel bad for Detroit fans having to watch this sad team. Smith and Jennings are the true brick brothers of the NBA
Combined IQ of a rock
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