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Who will win this game?
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PostPosted: 10/01/17 10:11 pm    ::: Sparks @ Lynx - 10/04/17 Reply Reply with quote

WNBA Finals - Game 5
Minneapolis, MN - 8:00 PM ET

TV: ESPN
Online: http://www.espn.com/watch

Game info:
http://www.wnba.com/game/20171004/LASMIN



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PostPosted: 10/01/17 10:16 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Let's go Lynx!! The Barn is gonna be rocking!


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PostPosted: 10/01/17 10:35 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

I think Sparks rebound and take it even though it's an odd year. Gray and Parker will have better showings this time around and I don't think Brunson/Fowles will play as well as they did today.


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PostPosted: 10/02/17 5:50 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Called this after last year's lose. It's an odd number year, so Lynx are supposed to win.



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PostPosted: 10/02/17 8:34 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

it would be so tragic if we had last years exact results minny should take care of home court advantage and benefit off the crowd



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PostPosted: 10/02/17 12:20 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

I voted with my heart on this one (Sparks).

I'm hoping that the Sparks come out hot, or at least competitive. Perhaps it's human nature, but the winner of each game has come out flat in the next game. I'm hoping that pattern holds.

Sparks can get it done on the road. They have before and they can do it again. I am not saying it will be easy. They will need better shot selection and to play with more certainty (i.e. less "tentative-ness"). I am expecting better games from Chelsea and Candace. We will need to match Minnesota's energy on both ends of the ball, box out, and hit the glass hard. If there is a huge rebounding disparity like Game 4, Sparks cannot and will not win the game.

Thus far, I am glad that the refs have not been the story. Yes, there have been some missed calls, bad calls, etc., but none that potentially impacted the end of the game, like last year's games 4 and 5. That being said, on the defensive end, Sparks need to be play with controlled aggression. I am hoping that remains the case, and the game is decided by the players, not the refs.

Wednesday can't get here soon enough! Let's go Sparks!
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Wonder if dishonoring their flag,their country, and all those who died for the US in front of their home crowd might have weighed on their consciences a bit and affected their play in game 4.


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PostPosted: 10/02/17 12:40 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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Wonder if dishonoring their flag,their country, and all those who died for the US in front of their home crowd might have weighed on their consciences a bit and affected their play in game 4.


really?


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PostPosted: 10/02/17 12:43 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Danger Will Robinson


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PostPosted: 10/02/17 1:20 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Yeah, I don't think is the place to have the discussion about that matter. Perhaps a separate forum for those that feel passionately about it, but not an in game thread. Just my two cents.
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boom*NNEKA*nneka wrote:
Yeah, I don't think is the place to have the discussion about that matter. Perhaps a separate forum for those that feel passionately about it, but not an in game thread. Just my two cents.


That's an ironic viewpoint. The fans should separate politics from sports, but the players should be free to make a political statement at the game. It should work both ways or what is the point? They're doing it to start conversations on why they're doing it.... and these conversations should even happen in a game thread.



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PostPosted: 10/02/17 2:31 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Shades wrote:
boom*NNEKA*nneka wrote:
Yeah, I don't think is the place to have the discussion about that matter. Perhaps a separate forum for those that feel passionately about it, but not an in game thread. Just my two cents.


That's an ironic viewpoint. The fans should separate politics from sports, but the players should be free to make a political statement at the game. It should work both ways or what is the point? They're doing it to start conversations on why they're doing it.... and these conversations should even happen in a game thread.


I get your point regarding the irony, but I come her to discuss the game, and not the politics surrounding political statements made or not made by the players. But, again, I get your point as fans who don't appreciate what the Sparks are doing are saying I came her to watch the game, not the politics surrounding it, exactly what I am saying above. Long story short (too late), I was just trying to prevent a huge firestorm and divisive tangent, but not silence anyone in the process (hence, a separate forum).
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PostPosted: 10/02/17 4:20 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Angus24 wrote:
Wonder if dishonoring their flag,their country, and all those who died for the US in front of their home crowd might have weighed on their consciences a bit and affected their play in game 4.


...and how do you explain Game 3, then?



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Angus24 wrote:
Wonder if dishonoring their flag,their country, and all those who died for the US in front of their home crowd might have weighed on their consciences a bit and affected their play in game 4.


...and how do you explain Game 3, then?


Minnesota was storming back then couldn't buy a bucket for almost 6 minutes after they cut it to 1



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Lynx fans need to savor this current squad that is fighting to win another championship. This year will be the last year this group can win a championship together. Whalen and Augustus are fading. They will continue to be a good team in the immediate future. They just won't be championship great.



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PostPosted: 10/02/17 5:54 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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Wonder if dishonoring their flag,their country, and all those who died for the US in front of their home crowd might have weighed on their consciences a bit and affected their play in game 4.

What, you think they had an epiphany and changed their political opinions mid-game?



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PostPosted: 10/02/17 6:05 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

boom*NNEKA*nneka wrote:
Shades wrote:
boom*NNEKA*nneka wrote:
Yeah, I don't think is the place to have the discussion about that matter. Perhaps a separate forum for those that feel passionately about it, but not an in game thread. Just my two cents.


That's an ironic viewpoint. The fans should separate politics from sports, but the players should be free to make a political statement at the game. It should work both ways or what is the point? They're doing it to start conversations on why they're doing it.... and these conversations should even happen in a game thread.


I get your point regarding the irony, but I come her to discuss the game, and not the politics surrounding political statements made or not made by the players. But, again, I get your point as fans who don't appreciate what the Sparks are doing are saying I came her to watch the game, not the politics surrounding it, exactly what I am saying above. Long story short (too late), I was just trying to prevent a huge firestorm and divisive tangent, but not silence anyone in the process (hence, a separate forum).

There is a point, but it is also a bit of a false equivalency. There are numerous threads on these very boards where this exact same thing could have been posted with no loss of impact. Instead, a post in this thread could potentially derail the conversations of others and this thread's purpose and create a repetitive topic. The equivalent in basketball would be to have the protest while the game is happening, thus preventing it from occuring. Or for another example, people have a right to protest abortion out front of a clinic, but they don’t have the right to do it in the clinic's lobby.



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Angus24 wrote:
Wonder if dishonoring their flag,their country, and all those who died for the US in front of their home crowd might have weighed on their consciences a bit and affected their play in game 4.

What, you think they had an epiphany and changed their political opinions mid-game?


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If Parker is deeply engaged in the officiating, she's stewing about a call she didn't get for 2 or 3 possessions down the line. Agler HAS to reel her in, or he cannot count on CP to be at her best.

Whalen is a nice lady off the court, but gets a pass for some reason for being an on-court ass at times... I anticipate the fake tough guy shit will return game 5, like the "hold-me-back" stare downs after a favorable play. I also anticipate Sims, who didn't back down to fools at Baylor, won't do it in Game 5 neither. Whalen better have her ankles on ice.

Agler has to find some offense for Nneka. I know she has a tough job dealing with Fowles, but her offensive output in the finals last year was stunted. I rather her make an attempt to score inside and potentially get blocked than jacking them up from 3.

Gray will not have another bad game...period.

This is the last season, we're going to see J Lav in a Sparks uniform if she is out there playing like she doesn't want to mess up her nails... bank on it.

LA will win this at the free throw line down the stretch.


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Wednesday will be about basketball. No matter the hurricanes, the mass shooting in Las Vegas or the protests against police treatment of African Americans and other minorities, all of which are much more important in the grand scheme of things. I believe the game itself will be quite interesting and either team could win. The bookies give Minnesota about a 65% chance of winning. I have expected the Lynx to win this series all along, and I still do. I expect all of the players, no matter what their political opinions are, will be focused on the game from 8:05 pm to 10:30 pm. If they aren't, their team will be much more likely to lose. And if they choose to do anything before the game that will not change.

I hope that both teams play well. I hope that the refs don't have a significant impact. I would hate to think that Maya Moore would be denied a championship for two straight seasons (how could she live with herself?) Most of all, I want to be entertained. So for those 2 1/2 hours I will be watching, cheering for the Lynx. I will also be switching over to the Colorado - Arizona baseball game during breaks, all in an effort to not think about politics for a while.


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Rock Hard wrote:
Lynx fans need to savor this current squad that is fighting to win another championship. This year will be the last year this group can win a championship together. Whalen and Augustus are fading. They will continue to be a good team in the immediate future. They just won't be championship great.
when I hear people say the lynx won't be a finals team again after this year 😂😂😂😂😂😂



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LynxFan32 wrote:
Rock Hard wrote:
Lynx fans need to savor this current squad that is fighting to win another championship. This year will be the last year this group can win a championship together. Whalen and Augustus are fading. They will continue to be a good team in the immediate future. They just won't be championship great.
when I hear people say the lynx won't be a finals team again after this year 😂😂😂😂😂😂



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If Parker is deeply engaged in the officiating, she's stewing about a call she didn't get for 2 or 3 possessions down the line. Agler HAS to reel her in, or he cannot count on CP to be at her best.

Whalen is a nice lady off the court, but gets a pass for some reason for being an on-court ass at times... I anticipate the fake tough guy shit will return game 5, like the "hold-me-back" stare downs after a favorable play. I also anticipate Sims, who didn't back down to fools at Baylor, won't do it in Game 5 neither. Whalen better have her ankles on ice.

Agler has to find some offense for Nneka. I know she has a tough job dealing with Fowles, but her offensive output in the finals last year was stunted. I rather her make an attempt to score inside and potentially get blocked than jacking them up from 3.

Gray will not have another bad game...period.

This is the last season, we're going to see J Lav in a Sparks uniform if she is out there playing like she doesn't want to mess up her nails... bank on it.

LA will win this at the free throw line down the stretch.


I think she gets a pass because in her first 11 years of playing in the WNBA she was known to showing NO emotion at all. Her record was as clean as you can get. This was 1 of the first times that ive seen her making a flagrant foul. She almost never gets in arguments or in peoples faces. Her showing more emotion during games (celebrating after a good play etc.) has been something from the last couple of years.



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Just an outstanding series. If you love basketball you have to love the way these two teams play the game.


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I'm really enjoying this version of Whalen and hope she keeps it up as long as possible Smile


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Admiral_Needa wrote:
LynxFan32 wrote:
Rock Hard wrote:
Lynx fans need to savor this current squad that is fighting to win another championship. This year will be the last year this group can win a championship together. Whalen and Augustus are fading. They will continue to be a good team in the immediate future. They just won't be championship great.
when I hear people say the lynx won't be a finals team again after this year 😂😂😂😂😂😂



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I never thought I'd say this a few years ago, but I'm pulling for the Sparks in this game. I really like the way this team plays, and in my opinion they play more as a unit than Minnesota does, who I think relies more on one-on-one matchups (Fowles, Moore) and pure talent. In a close game late, I think the Sparks pull this one out; but Minnesota wins, I think it'll probably be by a sizable margin.

Why is no one talking about this game?! I think it's one of the best storylines and rivalries in the history of the WNBA and it's not nearly getting enough coverage or discussion.

I think Maya Moore and Candace Parker both have their legacy on the line tonight. Parker with a win tonight has back to back championships and many opportunities in the coming years to add more. Moore can add a fourth title to her case and will likely win more as well.

I think if Minnesota loses two years in a row in a game 5 at home, it really tarnishes Moore's legacy, and as previously mentioned will represent a "changing of the guard" as Minnesota will still be good, but will need to reload with youth soon.



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Maya & CP3's legacy have both been cemented. Tonight's game will not effect that .



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Can't wait for this evening. It is bittersweet because it's the last game of the season. Hoping for a close, well-played game with a lack of officiating controversies.

Let's get it Sparks!
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boom*NNEKA*nneka wrote:
Can't wait for this evening. It is bittersweet because it's the last game of the season. Hoping for a close, well-played game with a lack of officiating controversies.

Let's get it Sparks!


Always depressing knowing this is it for 2017. Then the long wait begins again.



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boom*NNEKA*nneka wrote:
Can't wait for this evening. It is bittersweet because it's the last game of the season. Hoping for a close, well-played game with a lack of officiating controversies.

Let's get it Sparks!


Always depressing knowing this is it for 2017. Then the long wait begins again.


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Brunson Finds Herself In Potentially Historic Position On Eve Of Game 5

http://www.wnba.com/news/brunson-finds-potentially-historic-position-eve-game-5/

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With her 2015 title, Brunson joined Comets legends Tina Thompson, Cynthia Cooper and Sheryl Swoopes as the only players with four championships in their careers


Apparently Janeth Arcain and Tammy Jackson never existed...



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Brunson Finds Herself In Potentially Historic Position On Eve Of Game 5

http://www.wnba.com/news/brunson-finds-potentially-historic-position-eve-game-5/

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With her 2015 title, Brunson joined Comets legends Tina Thompson, Cynthia Cooper and Sheryl Swoopes as the only players with four championships in their careers


Apparently Janeth Arcain and Tammy Jackson never existed...


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Massey has it 64/36 Lynx.
But we all know it's the Refs who are gonna win this one ... Twisted Evil

How long will Alger leave Carson out there, so Beard is fresh (enough) for close out?
If they can get Lav 15 minutes, a 2 and a 3, 5 boards and 5 fouls ...


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Sparks win by 4

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WNBA 09 wrote:
Maya & CP3's legacy have both been cemented. Tonight's game will not effect that .


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now LA wanna be out for the national anthem guess the prez said they need to stay out for the last game lol



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now LA wanna be out for the national anthem guess the prez said they need to stay out for the last game lol


I think it was because of the moment of silence...


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I'm nervous for both teams



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wnbashockballa wrote:
now LA wanna be out for the national anthem guess the prez said they need to stay out for the last game lol


I think it was because of the moment of silence...

agree. Funny how they always show Maya and she fidgets the whole time.



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WNBA 09 wrote:
Maya & CP3's legacy have both been cemented. Tonight's game will not effect that .


agree


but i do think maya will get the lebron stigma if they lose today always making it to the finals but losing more than winning



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nneka just can get a touch for nothing.


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Sims is not a good point guard at this level


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I don't think I've ever heard Reeve compliment parker until that clip... She hates her. lol


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Brunson Brunson Brunson...

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PostPosted: 10/04/17 7:37 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

candace just won't offensive rebound...get in there girl.

seimone is playing gutsy, but may be a liability on D.


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