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PBT Thursday one liners

Apr 21, 2011, 11:29 AM EDT

Zach Randolph, Marc Gasol, Darrell Arthur

Hey, Memphis. How does it feel to be part of a real, honest-to-goodness playoff series? Fun, isn’t it?

The San Antonio Spurs absolutely owned the local television market ratings game this season. But sure Sacramento, move to Los Angeles because the television deal is key.

If Bryan Colangelo is out in Toronto, look for 74-year-old Wayne Embry to be in for the short term.

Mitch Richmond talking about the Kings relocation plans.

The latest episode of The LeBrons is out. And it’s all yours.

The Knicks and Magic are not getting a lot of help from their role players.

Hey, at least people are talking about the Indiana Pacers now in Indiana.

Andrew Bogut had his follow up elbow surgery. His return remains the real key to everything in Milwaukee.

Tim Donaghy talking NBA playoff officiating.

Ray Allen talking about what the Celtics need to do to win their series.

Would the Magic have been better off keeping Rashard Lewis?

Don Nelson proving one of the great truths of our time — life in Maui doesn’t suck.

The Suns’ Zabian Dowdell and referee Ken Mauer each got an undisclosed fine from the league for their little war of words on the court.

  1. thestudiokida - Apr 21, 2011 at 7:11 PM

    Tim Donaghy is the last person I want to hear from. That Suns/Spurs series will haunt the Phoenix Suns franchise forever. Besides the obvious point shaving going on with all those ridiculous foul calls against Amare, there was also the suspension. Amare gets suspended for leaving the bench during an altercation in a strict interpretation of the rules. In a not-so-strict interpretation of the rules Tim Duncan and another Spur (either Ginobili or Parker) left the bench when a San Antonio player got upended and fouled hard. Why weren’t they also suspended after that fateful game? Because the NBA decided it wasn’t enough of an altercation and wanted the Spurs to advance.

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