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"Bill McGarrity" <bill.mcgarrity@tequilamockingbirdonline.net.remove-mte-this>: Nov 30 10:22AM -0500

To: Keith Keller
-=> On 11-29-14 10:40, Keith Keller wrote to alt.sports.hockey.nhl.ny-rangers
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KK> On 2014-11-29, Bill McGarrity
KK> me.gtequilamockingbirdonline.net.remove-9wc-this> wrote:
 
> Over the stretch I described above he'd be getting 20% of the starts.
Should
 
> keep him sharp and give Henrik the needed rest.
 
KK> Actually, I'd find some beer league goalie for Monday night. If
KK> Tampa's ex-Rangers are going to light them up, may as well rest both
KK> goalies.
 
Hey, they scored 3 against Bishop last game... maybe it's his time for one of
those whooops game.
 
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Keith Keller <kkeller-usenet@wombat.san-francisco.ca.us>: Nov 30 08:45PM -0800


> Hey, they scored 3 against Bishop last game... maybe it's his time for one of
> those whooops game.
 
Won't matter, Cally will probably score another two, and Boyle will get
two just to rub it in.
 
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"skepticl1@aol.com" <skepticl1@aol.com>: Nov 30 08:26PM -0800

Has anyone noticed besides me that both Michael Crabtree and Vernon Davis have quit on Harbaugh and the 49ers?
"frank" <frankn@4ax.com>: Dec 01 07:05AM +0100

In article <2a17bbd3-94fd-4bb0-bf2c-
3637be1bfad7@googlegroups.com>
 
> Has anyone noticed besides me that both Michael Crabtree and Vernon Davis have quit on Harbaugh and the 49ers?
 
Was Crabtree ever serious about the NFL once he got his first
check?
"skepticl1@aol.com" <skepticl1@aol.com>: Nov 30 09:21PM -0800

Jed York, take a hike. In Harbs we trust.
"skepticl1@aol.com" <skepticl1@aol.com>: Nov 30 08:32PM -0800

On Friday, November 28, 2014 4:05:47 PM UTC-8, John Walsh wrote:
> >game. Or Paul McCartney. Or anything else besides the demolition.
 
> Amazing how a stadium shows up after a Niner loss to the Seachickens.
> :)
 
From the outside Levis stadium looks like a Mexican tractor shed, from the inside the stairs are steep, but the view of the field is gorgeous, --the stadium is not expensive looking like the Palace in Dallas, but functional and straight line views, practical, (looking like the designers were saving money) the stadium was designed for viewing the field. Except for the corrugated tin over the concession areas, practical is just fine.
Benard Atkins <batkins700@gmail.com>: Nov 30 07:12AM -0800

http://www.sbnation.com/nfl/2014/11/30/7309171/jim-harbaugh-head-coach-san-francisco-49ers
"Gary Rosen" <garymrosen@comcast.net>: Nov 30 05:47PM -0800

No No No. The team's problems are on offense and we need an
offensive-minded HC whether Harbaugh or someone else. And
who would that someone else be? You can't replace somebody
with nobody.
 
- Gary Rosen
 
"Benard Atkins" wrote in message
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http://www.sbnation.com/nfl/2014/11/30/7309171/jim-harbaugh-head-coach-san-francisco-49ers
"rich" <rich@gnufaucets.com>: Dec 01 12:44AM +0100

In article <7b1e16d3-403d-465d-953a-
d51c05decc95@googlegroups.com>
> RGIII starts and completes six consecutive games. They will send
> Kaepernick and Michael Crabtree to the deadskins. The league
> has not yet approved this deal but it looks like a go so far.
 
Trading one dog turd for two...?
"Back To The Future..." <bttf@none.com>: Nov 30 09:20PM +0100

http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/writer/jason-la-
canfora/24851130/state-of-the-49ers-tomsula-fagio-gase-seen-as-
top-harbaugh-replacements
 
With the season getting closer to its conclusion and 49ers coach
Jim Harbaugh still without a new contract and all but certain to
be coaching elsewhere next season, speculation about his next
stop -- whether it be the Raiders, the University of Michigan,
the Jets or the Dolphins -- will continue. But if he does depart
with a year remaining on his existing contract, the next 49ers
head coach could already be on staff.
 
The 49ers believe they have several capable coaches under
contract now, according to numerous league sources, and if
Harbaugh departs, defensive line coach Jim Tomsula and defensive
coordinator Vic Fangio would be at the top of their list of
candidates to replace him. League sources said that Broncos
offensive coordinator Adam Gase is seen as a top external
candidate, but the team is expected to thoroughly explore its
internal candidates as well. The 49ers, who have a bevy of big
contracts already on the payroll for 2015, could be in line for
a reshaping of the roster as well as the coaching ranks.
 
Owner Jed York has long been a fan of Tomsula's, who was named
interim head coach when Mike Singletary was fired in-season and
who has a strong interview for the Vikings head coaching vacancy
last year. Tomsula has a long history with the team and has been
viewed by other clubs as a potential head coaching candidate in
recent years. He relates well to players, who respond to his
direct style and play hard for him, his unit has annually been
among the best in the game and he is someone the organization
would love to keep on staff.
 
Fangio has also done a tremendous job and he, too, would merit
consideration to replace Harbaugh, sources said. Like Tomsula,
it's expected that the 49ers would get requests from other teams
to interview Fangio for head coach opportunities and management
would love to be able to keep the bulk of its defensive staff in
place, sources said, with that unit continuing to thrive this
season despite a slew of significant injuries.
 
While the 49ers would interview some outside candidates and must
obviously comply with the Rooney Rule as well should they seek a
new head coach, it would not surprise many around the league if
they did promote from within. Trying to lure a high-priced, big-
name coach doesn't hit their model (they have balked at paying
Harbaugh, with trips to three straight championship games, the
$7 million-plus a year he hopes to command). Former Jets and
Browns head coach Eric Mangini is also on staff, but many around
the league expect him to go with Harbaugh, while offensive
coordinator Greg Roman might do the same depending on which job
Harbaugh lands.
 
With a year left on his deal, the 49ers are expected to seek
draft pick compensation in a trade of Harbaugh should he go the
NFL route, while several colleges will approach him as well,
most notably Michigan, where he played and has strong ties.
 
As for its roster, San Francisco currently has $149.5 million
committed in 2015 cap space, with the cap projected to be $144
million, and they have a slew of key free agents and aging
veterans making big money who might not be back. Salary cap
specialists and execs from other teams, who have sized up the
49ers contracts, believe that linebacker Ahmad Brooks ($9.6
million cap number for 2015) will not be back and they also
believe the team may have to chose between two key linebackers
coming back from serious injury (Patrick Willis and NaVorro
Bowman each has a cap number over $8 million.
 
The team's receiver group could be overhauled. Steve Johnson
won't be back at a $5.5 million salary and these execs believed
it's virtually certain Anquan Boldin, who has a $5.5 million
base salary and a $3 million guarantee that comes due in March,
will not be back at that salary, either. Michael Crabtree and
Brandon Lloyd are unrestricted free agents.
 
Long-time dominant running back Frank Gore is nearing the end
and his contract is up after this season. Defensive line
stalwart Justin Smith has been considering retirement for years
and it's hard to see the 49ers paying Ray McDonald a $4.1
million salary with a $6.5 million cap number. The secondary
could have a different look as well with corners Perrish Cox,
Chris Culliver and Chris Cook all pending free agents after the
season.
 
The new coaching staff, should Harbaugh depart, will have its
own schemes and system-fit players to acquire and it could well
be that this three-year run, and window to win with this staff
and roster as presently constituted, is ending. Many around the
league anticipate more of the lingering bad blood between
Harbaugh and the management and ownership of the 49ers to
continue to boil over in the coming weeks, particularly if this
team ends up merely playing out the string in December.
"cao" <cao_black@yahoo.com>: Nov 30 11:25AM -0800

"John Walsh" wrote in message
news:lk3l7alvr5c60okln5c9a8q0aoq4l2lv68@4ax.com...
 
On 49ers: Too many cooks spoiling Harbaugh's offense
Barrows nails it right on the head.
 
The problem is not Greg Roman, it's the rest of Harbaugh's hires.
Rathman was there before the rest and he's probably the only one who
has consistently coached his position.
 
http://www.sacbee.com/sports/nfl/san-francisco-49ers/article4199663.html
 
*****
 
A typical comment in the progressive era. NO ONE is responsible...someone
else is to blame.
John Walsh <jwalsh589@gmail.com>: Nov 30 07:59AM -1000

3 of 4 with a 10-6 final record?
 
Raiders ... easy pickings and a chance to breath some life
(touchdowns) into the offense. 8-5
 
Seattle ... You saw what happened in Santa Clara, don't expect much in
Seattle. 8-6
 
San Diego ... Terrorizing Rivers puts the Niners in good field
position, Niner win it big ... 9-6
 
Arizona ... Hard to figure this one, Niner win in a close game,
defense holds onto take it. 10-6
 
Final record 10-6, playoffs.
John Walsh <jwalsh589@gmail.com>: Nov 30 01:51AM -1000

Kind of makes ya wonder how things would be going now, if ...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RxUtc7wiR5w
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BobbyK <bknight@Conramp.net>: Nov 30 02:48PM -0600

>police. I suppose that you would rather have had Brown get the cops gun
>and shoot the cop? Would you have called that an execution? Or, would
>that just be a shit happens type of scenario?
 
In my opinion he was not enough of a threat to lose his life. We
don't know that he was after Wilson's gun because there are differing
eye witness accounts. No one here knows for sure what actually
happened, but idiots like you think that they do. and blather on.
Horvath1758@net.net: Nov 30 04:22PM -0500

On Sun, 30 Nov 2014 14:48:25 -0600, BobbyK <bknight@Conramp.net> wrote
this crap:
 
 
>In my opinion he was not enough of a threat to lose his life. We
>don't know that he was after Wilson's gun because there are differing
>eye witness accounts.
 
His DNA was found on Wilson's gun.
 
 
Merry Christmas everyone. God bless us all.
God bless America.
BobbyK <bknight@Conramp.net>: Nov 30 03:27PM -0600

>>don't know that he was after Wilson's gun because there are differing
>>eye witness accounts.
 
>His DNA was found on Wilson's gun.
 
That only means that he touched the gun...which could happen under
many circumstances. His trying to grab it is only one. Not absolute.
BobbyK <bknight@Conramp.net>: Nov 30 06:45PM -0600

>> eye witness accounts. No one here knows for sure what actually
>> happened, but idiots like you think that they do. and blather on.
 
>Your opinion in this matter is irrelevant.
You stupid fuckhead. When you asked me those questions my opinion was
offered and matters.
 
 
>jury's opinion is the ones that count and they didn't see enough
>evidence to indict or charge.
 
>The facts don't always agree with the eyewitnesses.
 
No they don't, but sometimes they do.
 
The bottom line here is that I admit that I don't know the facts.
Neither do you, but you definitely want it to turn out the way you
want it to be. Funny....you had the same thinking when Tavon Martin
was killed. He was a black killed by a white man too.
BobbyK <bknight@Conramp.net>: Nov 30 06:48PM -0600

>> many circumstances. His trying to grab it is only one. Not absolute.
 
>Why would Brown have needed to touch Wilson's gun? I am going to go pop
>some popcorn and wait for your explanation.
 
If someone was aiming a gun at you in close range it's entirely within
reason that you'd use your hand to push it away. That's certainly a
possibility.
 
Now shove the popcorn up you ass. :-)
Alan Baker <alangbaker@telus.net>: Nov 30 10:09PM -0800


> His DNA was found on Wilson's gun.
 
> Merry Christmas everyone. God bless us all.
> God bless America.
 
Which doesn't prove he was "after" it, Lieutenant Liar.
 
If someone were trying to point a weapon at you, you might just try and
push it away yourself.
Alan Baker <alangbaker@telus.net>: Nov 30 10:10PM -0800

On 2014-11-30 23:51:21 +0000, BAR said:
 
>> many circumstances. His trying to grab it is only one. Not absolute.
 
> Why would Brown have needed to touch Wilson's gun? I am going to go pop
> some popcorn and wait for your explanation.
 
In order to prevent Wilson from pointing it at him and shooting him...
 
...which is, after all, what Wilson did.
awoolmeyer@gmail.com: Nov 30 04:57AM -0800

On Saturday, November 29, 2014 9:53:29 PM UTC-5, Alan Baker wrote:
> >> and impatient, and thus, he went for a gap that wasn't there.
 
> > yeah...says you. i saw it in your mirror...you moved in front of him.
 
> Yes, Michael... ...very good. I moved towards the apex of the corner.
 
 
right..you cut him off gary.
 
 
> But since the contact was my rear tire to his front, it was his job not
> to be there.
 
ummm....no....it was your job to look where you were going....but you had your head up your ass gary.
 
what did you hit that totaled your wace car anyway gary? another car? the wall?
awoolmeyer@gmail.com: Nov 30 07:59AM -0800

On Saturday, November 29, 2014 9:53:29 PM UTC-5, Alan Baker wrote:
 
> LOL
 
> It's called having friends, Michael. A beer squares almost anything
> between friends.
 
anyone who considers you a friend must be as defective as you. after all birds of a feather........
Alan Baker <alangbaker@telus.net>: Nov 30 08:09AM -0800


>>> yeah...says you. i saw it in your mirror...you moved in front of him.
 
>> Yes, Michael... ...very good. I moved towards the apex of the corner.
 
> right..you cut him off gary.
 
No, Michael. I had the right of way.
 
>> to be there.
 
> ummm....no....it was your job to look where you were going....but you
> had your head up your ass gary.
 
Ummm... ...yes.
 
 
> what did you hit that totaled your wace car anyway gary? another car?
> the wall?
 
I didn't hit anything like that, Michael, hence my car isn't totalled.
I did have a connecting rod in the engine give up, though.
 
And my name still isn't gary.
 
:-)
Alan Baker <alangbaker@telus.net>: Nov 30 08:10AM -0800

>> between friends.
 
> anyone who considers you a friend must be as defective as you. after
> all birds of a feather........
 
LOL
awoolmeyer@gmail.com: Nov 30 12:07PM -0800

On Sunday, November 30, 2014 11:09:47 AM UTC-5, Alan Baker wrote:
> > the wall?
 
> I didn't hit anything like that, Michael, hence my car isn't totalled.
> I did have a connecting rod in the engine give up, though.
 
right gary...and it takes months to assemble a motor.....or get those so very scarce parts.
awoolmeyer@gmail.com: Nov 30 01:19PM -0800

On Sunday, November 30, 2014 11:09:47 AM UTC-5, Alan Baker wrote:
 
> >> Yes, Michael... ...very good. I moved towards the apex of the corner.
 
> > right..you cut him off gary.
 
> No, Michael. I had the right of way.
 
actually in looking at your mirror gary you entered the turn late.. he was at his apex already and like the pussy you are you hit the brakes and cut in and you hit him.
 
you and no one else caused the accident. you are a menace to yourself and everyone else on the track gary.
Alan Baker <alangbaker@telus.net>: Nov 30 10:07PM -0800

>> I did have a connecting rod in the engine give up, though.
 
> right gary...and it takes months to assemble a motor.....or get those
> so very scarce parts.
 
It certainly can take months. This isn't exactly a modern motor, you know.
 
And my name still isn't gary.
 
:-)
Alan Baker <alangbaker@telus.net>: Nov 30 10:08PM -0800


> actually in looking at your mirror gary you entered the turn late.. he
> was at his apex already and like the pussy you are you hit the brakes
> and cut in and you hit him.
 
No, actually. When I hit him I was long off the brakes.
 
 
> you and no one else caused the accident. you are a menace to yourself
> and everyone else on the track gary.
 
Sorry, but my name still isn't gary.
 
:-)
awoolmeyer@gmail.com: Nov 30 07:02AM -0800

> Oh, wait!
 
> You **actually** mean the Newfie Joke with the Massage Parlor
> operator who claims its a legitimate healthcare business...right????
 
no no no. it's the one where you have your nose so far up bakers ass you are turning blue. that one. need chapstick?
recscuba_google@huntzinger.com: Nov 30 03:47PM -0800

Nymshifter writes:
 
>> You **actually** mean the Newfie Joke with the Massage Parlor
>> operator who claims its a legitimate healthcare business...right????
 
> no no no. it's the one where you have your nose so far up bakers ass you are turning blue. that one. need chapstick?
 
But Vancouver isn't in Newfoundland....so the joke's because you have no clue on a Geography, either!
 
 
-hh
Nashton <nono@nono.ca>: Nov 30 09:18PM -0400

> Oh, wait!
 
> You **actually** mean the Newfie Joke with the Massage Parlor
> operator who claims its a legitimate healthcare business...right????
 
Well at least my pictures are in focus. ;)
recscuba_google@huntzinger.com: Nov 30 07:16PM -0800

"Canadian" Nashton whines:
> Well at least my pictures are in focus. ;)
 
With a definition of the joke of what's considered to be "in focus"
by Nicolas contained here, complete with an editorial critique:
 
<http://www.huntzinger.com/photo/CSMA-DOF_expert.jpg>
 
 
-hh
Alan Baker <alangbaker@telus.net>: Nov 30 10:03PM -0800

On 2014-12-01 01:18:45 +0000, Nashton said:
 
 
>> You **actually** mean the Newfie Joke with the Massage Parlor
>> operator who claims its a legitimate healthcare business...right????
 
> Well at least my pictures are in focus. ;)
 
LOLOLOOLOLOLOLOLOLOL
Carbon <nobrac@nospam.tampabay.rr.com>: Nov 30 06:18PM

On Thu, 27 Nov 2014 10:41:16 -0800, Alan Baker wrote:
 
> You only need to watch the first couple of minutes to get the point...
 
> <http://www.msnbc.com/the-last-word/watch/shocking-mistake-in-darren-wilson-grand-jury-364273731666>
 
Came across this one as well. Of course the ideologues won't care about
facts, but 16 of 18 witnesses say Brown's hands where up when shot.
 
http://goo.gl/aaoJ5m
awoolmeyer@gmail.com: Nov 30 12:06PM -0800

On Sunday, November 30, 2014 1:18:54 PM UTC-5, Carbon wrote:
 
> Came across this one as well. Of course the ideologues won't care about
> facts, but 16 of 18 witnesses say Brown's hands where up when shot.
 
> http://goo.gl/aaoJ5m
 
Of course the ideologues won't care about facts, but More than half of the witness statements said that Brown was running away from Wilson when the police officer opened fire on the 18-year-old, while fewer than one-fifth of such statements indicated that was not the case.
Horvath1758@net.net: Nov 30 04:20PM -0500

On Sun, 30 Nov 2014 12:06:09 -0800 (PST), awoolmeyer@gmail.com wrote
this crap:
 
>running away from Wilson when the police officer opened
>fire on the 18-year-old, while fewer than one-fifth of such
> statements indicated that was not the case.
 
Then why were there no bullets in his back?
 
Merry Christmas everyone. God bless us all.
God bless America.
awoolmeyer@gmail.com: Nov 30 03:01PM -0800

> >fire on the 18-year-old, while fewer than one-fifth of such
> > statements indicated that was not the case.
 
> Then why were there no bullets in his back?
 
because the ideologues don't care about facts. to them the thug was a saint out for a pleasant walk looking for a smoke.
recscuba_google@huntzinger.com: Nov 30 03:56PM -0800

Carbon wrote:
 
> Came across this one as well. Of course the ideologues won't care about
> facts, but 16 of 18 witnesses say Brown's hands where up when shot.
 
> <http://goo.gl/aaoJ5m>
 
And the problem is that "eye witnesses" are notoriously unreliable, even
when they have zero motivation to be on one side or another.
 
And when there are motivations, I've had the unfortunate experience to
see utter fictions be fabricated. Quite distressing.
 
-hh
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"$Bill" <news@todbe.com>: Nov 30 09:28PM -0800

Lakers died in Q3 again and it almost cost them the W. 7 guys in DFs is what I
like to see and Hill gets a DD while Kobe gets a TD. Still don't like the way
Kobe takes over the games late, but he did a good job distributing early.
Lakers still aren't playing great D esp Q1/3 tonite. 129-122 Lakers win by 7.
 
Game Dbl-figures Leaders:
Player Pts FG% 3P% FT% RB AS BL ST TO PF EFF
Bryant 31 (46 /0 /69 )/11/12/ 1/ 0/ 2/ 2/+36 TD!
Young 20 (55 /63 /60 )/ 4/ 0/ 0/ 0/ 4/ 2/+13
Boozer 18 (60 /0 /0 )/ 9/ 2/ 0/ 0/ 2/ 2/+21
Hill 16 (55 /0 /80 )/12/ 1/ 3/ 0/ 0/ 3/+26 DD
Johnson 13 (45 /20 /100)/ 2/ 1/ 0/ 1/ 0/ 3/+11
Lin 11 (27 /20 /100)/ 3/ 3/ 0/ 2/ 0/ 4/+11
Ellington 10 (57 /50 /0 )/ 1/ 1/ 0/ 0/ 0/ 1/ +9
 
Next game: LAL at DET: Tue Dec 2 1630 Game 18
 
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Congrats to the Stallion for closest predict and not that close.
 
TOR at LAL: Sun Nov 30 18:30:00 2014
 
NAME POST TIME LAL OPP DIFF VEC FROM
 
Actual Score 129 122 7
 
Qualified:
Ammammata 30/01:06:19 111 104 7 25.456 Usenet
Sean S 30/12:58:31 109 105 4 26.249 Usenet
 
Average guess: 107.4 110.8 -3.4 39.671
 
Disqualified (doubles the vector score):
svassier 29/22:26:37 110 119 -9 38.471 Online
MontanaMark 30/14:32:36 105 114 -9 50.596 Online
$Bill 30/18:26:11 102 112 -10 57.585 Usenet
 
Current prediction contest standings:
 
By vector avg: Usenet Vec
Predictor Tries Firsts Seconds Thirds DQs Score Avg
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svassier 16 4 1 4 5 22 20.604
scooby10672 15 2 3 3 5 17 20.990
$Bill 16 6 4 1 4 39 20.997
MontanaMark 14 1 6 2 4 21 21.406
Sean S 10 1 2 0 7 4 27.357
Ammammata 12 2 1 0 8 5 33.760
 
By Usenet 5:3:1 Scoring: Usenet Vec
Predictor Tries Firsts Seconds Thirds DQs Score Avg
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$Bill 16 6 4 1 4 39 20.997
svassier 16 4 1 4 5 22 20.604
MontanaMark 14 1 6 2 4 21 21.406
scooby10672 15 2 3 3 5 17 20.990
Ammammata 12 2 1 0 8 5 33.760
Sean S 10 1 2 0 7 4 27.357
 
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Quarterly Laker scoring leaders/notes (pluses OR/ST/BL; minuses TO/PF/oOR):
 
Q1 - Still not great D (20 PITP) but shooting well - shooting 57% vs 50%;
pluses 3/0/2; minuses 1/0/2. Bryant 8, Boozer 6, Hill 4. 27-24=+3Q.
 
Q2 - Lakers still shooting well despite missing layups/dunks - fair D -
shooting 57% vs 42%; pluses 4/0/1; minuses 5/5/4 - a few too many mistakes.
Ellington 8, Young 7, Boozer/Hill 6. 31-25=+6Q.
 
HT - Kobe distributing well with 8 ASTs - shooting 57% vs 46%; pluses 7/0/3;
minuses 6/5/6. Boozer 12, Hill/Bryant/Young 10, Ellington 8. 58-49=+8H.
 
Q3 - Lakers give their lead away save 1 pt - shooting 33% vs 50%; pluses 1/3/0;
minuses 1/8/1. Bryant 7, Hill 5, Boozer 4. 23-31=-8Q (81-80=+1).
 
Q4 - Kobe the ball hog blows two plays late and we end up in OT - shooting 46%
vs 41%; pluses 4/1/1; minuses 3/6/4. Young 9, Bryant 8, Sacre 6.
28-29=-1Q (tied at 109);
 
OT - Lakers somehow pull off the W by just out-shooting TOR despite several
lapses on D - shooting 66% vs 33%; pluses 0/0/2; minuses 0/2/3.
Johnson 7, Bryant/Lin 6. 20-13=+7O.
 
Final - Lakers died in Q3 again and it almost cost them the W. 7 guys in DFs
is what I like to see and Hill gets a DD while Kobe gets a TD. Still
don't like the way Kobe takes over the games late, but he did a good job
distributing early. Lakers still aren't playing great D esp Q1/3
tonite. 129-122 Lakers win by 7.
 
Game Dbl-figures Leaders:
Player Pts FG% 3P% FT% RB AS BL ST TO PF EFF
Bryant 31 (46 /0 /69 )/11/12/ 1/ 0/ 2/ 2/+36 TD!
Young 20 (55 /63 /60 )/ 4/ 0/ 0/ 0/ 4/ 2/+13
Boozer 18 (60 /0 /0 )/ 9/ 2/ 0/ 0/ 2/ 2/+21
Hill 16 (55 /0 /80 )/12/ 1/ 3/ 0/ 0/ 3/+26 DD
Johnson 13 (45 /20 /100)/ 2/ 1/ 0/ 1/ 0/ 3/+11
Lin 11 (27 /20 /100)/ 3/ 3/ 0/ 2/ 0/ 4/+11
Ellington 10 (57 /50 /0 )/ 1/ 1/ 0/ 0/ 0/ 1/ +9
 
Team scoring by Q (FG%/FG-AT includes 3P%/3P-AT):
Lakers Opponent Lakers Opponent
Q FG-AT 3P-AT FT-AT FG-AT 3P-AT FT-AT FG% 3P% FT% FG% 3P% FT% LAL OPP
1 12-21 2-5 1-2 12-24 0-4 0-0 57.1 40 50 50 0.0 0 27 24
2 12-21 3-5 4-5 10-24 1-7 4-7 57.1 60 80 41.7 14.3 57.1 31 25
H 24-42 5-10 5-7 22-48 1-11 4-7 57.1 50 71.4 45.8 9.1 57.1 58 49
3 8-24 1-6 6-6 9-18 3-9 10-12 33.3 16.7 100 50 33.3 83.3 23 31
A3 32-66 6-16 11-13 31-66 4-20 14-19 48.5 37.5 84.6 47 20 73.7 81 80
4 10-22 3-6 5-10 9-22 3-6 8-9 45.5 50 50 40.9 50 88.9 28 29
R 42-88 9-22 16-23 40-88 7-26 22-28 47.7 40.9 69.6 45.5 26.9 78.6 109 109
O1 5-8 1-2 9-11 5-15 2-7 1-3 62.5 50 81.8 33.3 28.6 33.3 20 13
F 47-96 10-24 25-34 45-103 9-33 23-31 49 41.7 73.5 43.7 27.3 74.2 129 122
 
Team stats by Q (RB includes team RBs):
Lakers Opponent Diff
Q OR RB AS TO ST BL PF OR RB AS TO ST BL PF OR RB AS TO ST BL PF
1 3 9 5 1 0 2 0 2 8 7 1 1 1 2 +1 +1 -2 -1 +1 -2
2 4 14 8 5 0 1 5 4 9 4 1 1 0 4 +5 +4 +4 -1 +1 +1
H 7 23 13 6 0 3 5 6 17 11 2 2 1 6 +1 +6 +2 +4 -2 +2 -1
3 1 11 4 1 3 0 8 1 16 6 3 1 2 6 -5 -2 -2 +2 -2 +2
A3 8 34 17 7 3 3 13 7 33 17 5 3 3 12 +1 +1 +2 +1
4 4 12 5 3 1 1 6 4 13 5 3 3 3 9 -1 -2 -2 -3
R 12 46 22 10 4 4 19 11 46 22 8 6 6 21 +1 +2 -2 -2 -2
O1 0 8 2 0 0 2 2 3 7 3 0 0 0 7 -3 +1 -1 +2 -5
F 12 54 24 10 4 6 21 14 53 25 8 6 6 28 -2 +1 -1 +2 -2 -7
 
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Box Score from http://scores.espn.go.com/nba/boxscore?gameId=400578540
 
Team 1 2 3 4 OT1 Tot
Toronto Raptors 24 25 31 29 13 122
Los Angeles Lakers 27 31 23 28 20 129 - End of OT1
 
PLAYER POS MIN FGM-A 3GM-A FTM-A OR TR AS TO ST BS PF PTS +/- EFF
Amir Johnson PF 22 3-5 0-0 0-0 1 4 4 1 2 4 6 -4 +13
Terrence Ross SF 38 8-12 4-7 0-0 1 5 1 1 3 20 -3 +21
Jonas Valanciunas C 33 4-10 0-0 1-2 2 13 1 1 3 1 9 -7 +18
Kyle Lowry PG 41 10-28 1-8 8-12 2 6 9 2 3 6 29 -7 +23
Greivis Vasquez PG 34 8-16 1-5 2-4 5 1 1 19 -7 +15
Tyler Hansbrough PF 9 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 4 1 1 1 3 +2 +4
James Johnson PF 22 3-5 0-1 2-2 1 4 1 6 8 -7 +9
Patrick Patterson PF 34 3-8 0-4 4-4 5 13 3 1 1 10 -2 +22
Chuck Hayes C 5 1-2 0-0 0-0 1 2 1 2 -6 +3
Louis Williams SG 26 5-17 3-9 6-7 2 1 1 1 2 19 +6 +9
Landry Fields SG 0-0 0-0 0-0 +0
Lucas Nogueira C DNP COACH'S DECISION
Greg Stiemsma C DNP COACH'S DECISION
Totals 45-104 9-34 23-31 14 53 25 8 6 6 28 122
Percent 43.3% 26.5% 74.2%
 
Fast break points: 8
Points in the paint: 58
Total Team Turnovers (Points off turnovers): 8 (9)
 
PLAYER POS MIN FGM-A 3GM-A FTM-A OR TR AS TO ST BS PF PTS +/- EFF
Carlos Boozer PF 30 9-15 0-0 0-0 2 9 2 2 2 18 +11 +21
Wesley Johnson SF 27 5-11 1-5 2-2 2 1 1 1 3 13 +9 +12
Jordan Hill C 34 6-11 0-0 4-5 5 12 1 3 3 16 +26
Jeremy Lin PG 35 3-11 1-5 4-4 3 3 2 4 11 +11
Kobe Bryant SG 42 11-24 0-1 9-13 1 11 12 2 1 2 31 +2 +36
Ed Davis PF 18 0-0 0-0 1-2 1 6 1 1 -9 +6
Nick Young SF 31 6-11 5-8 3-5 4 4 2 20 +3 +13
Robert Sacre C 19 2-4 0-0 2-3 3 6 1 2 6 +7 +10
Ronnie Price PG 18 1-2 1-1 0-0 4 1 1 3 3 +7 +6
Wayne Ellington SG 11 4-7 2-4 0-0 1 1 1 10 +5 +9
Jordan Clarkson PG DNP COACH'S DECISION
Totals 47-96 10-24 25-34 12 54 24 10 4 7 21 129
Percent 49.0% 41.7% 73.5%
 
Fast break points: 11
Points in the paint: 34
Total Team Turnovers (Points off turnovers): 10 (11)
 
Flagrant Fouls: None
Technical Fouls: PLAYERS: None - TEAMS: None - COACHES: None
Officials: Brian Forte, Ron Garretson, Brett Nansel
Attendance: 18,997
9:30 PM ET, November 30, 2014 STAPLES Center, Los Angeles, CA
 
 
Box Score from http://scores.nbcsports.msnbc.com/nba/boxscore.asp?gamecode=2014113013
 
Team 1 2 3 4 OT Tot
Toronto 24 25 31 29 13 122
LA Lakers 27 31 23 28 20 129 - Final-OT
 
PLAYER POS MIN FGM-A 3GM-A FTM-A OR TR AS TO ST BS PF PTS +/- EFF
T. Ross F 38:01 8-12 4-7 0-0 1 5 1 1 3 20 -3 +21
A. Johnson F 22:20 3-5 0-0 0-0 1 4 4 1 2 4 6 -4 +13
J. Valanciuna C 33:21 4-10 0-0 1-2 2 13 1 1 3 1 9 -7 +18
K. Lowry G 41:23 10-28 1-8 8-12 2 6 9 2 3 6 29 -7 +23
G. Vasquez G 33:55 8-16 1-5 2-4 5 1 1 19 -7 +15
P. Patterson 33:34 3-8 0-4 4-4 5 13 3 1 1 10 -2 +22
L. Williams 25:52 5-17 3-9 6-7 2 1 1 1 2 19 +6 +9
J. Johnson 21:49 3-5 0-1 2-2 1 4 1 6 8 -7 +9
T. Hansbrough 9:22 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 4 1 1 1 3 +2 +4
C. Hayes 5:20 1-2 0-0 0-0 1 2 1 2 -6 +3
L. Fields 0:03 0-0 0-0 0-0 +0
L. Nogueira DNP -- COACH'S DECISION
G. Stiemsma DNP -- COACH'S DECISION
B. Caboclo DNP -- INACTIVE
D. DeRozan DNP -- INACTIVE
Totals 45-104 9-34 23-31 14 53 25 8 6 6 28 122
Percent .433 .265 .742
 
PLAYER POS MIN FGM-A 3GM-A FTM-A OR TR AS TO ST BS PF PTS +/- EFF
C. Boozer F 29:38 9-15 0-0 0-0 2 9 2 2 2 18 +11 +21
W. Johnson F 27:24 5-11 1-5 2-2 2 1 1 1 3 13 +9 +12
J. Hill C 34:10 6-11 0-0 4-5 5 12 1 3 3 16 +26
K. Bryant G 41:36 11-24 0-1 9-13 1 11 12 2 1 2 31 +2 +36
J. Lin G 34:43 3-11 1-5 4-4 3 3 2 4 11 +11
N. Young 31:16 6-11 5-8 3-5 4 4 2 20 +3 +13
R. Sacre 18:50 2-4 0-0 2-3 3 6 1 2 6 +7 +10
E. Davis 17:42 0-0 0-0 1-2 1 6 1 1 -9 +6
R. Price 18:17 1-2 1-1 0-0 4 1 1 3 3 +7 +6
W. Ellington 11:24 4-7 2-4 0-0 1 1 1 10 +5 +9
X. Henry DNP -- RUPTURED LEFT ACHILLES TENDON
R. Kelly DNP -- TORN RIGHT HAMSTRING
J. Clarkson DNP -- COACH'S DECISION
S. Nash DNP -- INACTIVE
J. Randle DNP -- INACTIVE
Totals 47-96 10-24 25-34 12 54 24 10 4 7 21 129
Percent .490 .417 .735
 
November 30, 2014 Staples Center, Los Angeles, California Attendance: 18,997
Officials: Ron Garretson, Brian Forte, Brett Nansel Time of Game: 2:33
 
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Game flow URL: http://www.popcornmachine.net/cgi-bin/gameflow.cgi?date=20141130&game=TORLAL
Get unique id from http://scores.espn.go.com/nba/scoreboard?date=20141130
gameid='400578540'
Getting data from http://sports.espn.go.com/nba/playbyplay?gameId=400578540&period=0
 
1st Quarter Summary
Time Score Team Event
12:00 0-0 LAL Jonas Valanciunas vs. Jordan Hill (Amir Johnson gains possession)
11:42 2-0 OR Greivis Vasquez makes two point shot
11:19 2-2 LAL Jordan Hill makes 5-foot two point shot
11:00 4-2 OR Kyle Lowry makes two point shot (Jonas Valanciunas assists)
10:45 4-2 LAL Carlos Boozer misses driving layup
10:44 4-2 OR Kyle Lowry defensive rebound
10:36 6-2 OR Amir Johnson makes two point shot (Kyle Lowry assists)
10:15 6-2 LAL Jeremy Lin misses 14-foot jumper
10:12 6-2 LAL Jordan Hill offensive rebound
10:08 6-4 LAL Jordan Hill makes 5-foot two point shot
9:52 6-4 OR Kyle Lowry misses 23-foot three point jumper
9:51 6-4 LAL Jordan Hill defensive rebound
9:41 6-6 LAL Carlos Boozer makes 14-foot jumper (Kobe Bryant assists)
9:18 8-6 OR Jonas Valanciunas makes 4-foot two point shot (Greivis Vasquez assists)
9:03 8-6 LAL Jeremy Lin misses 24-foot three point jumper
9:02 8-6 OR Kyle Lowry defensive rebound
8:44 8-6 OR Amir Johnson offensive foul (Kobe Bryant draws the foul)
8:44 8-6 OR Amir Johnson turnover
8:30 8-8 LAL Wesley Johnson makes 21-foot jumper (Carlos Boozer assists)
8:12 8-8 OR Greivis Vasquez misses 24-foot three point jumper
8:10 8-8 LAL Kobe Bryant defensive rebound
8:02 8-8 LAL Kobe Bryant bad pass (Kyle Lowry steals)
7:56 8-8 OR Jordan Hill blocks Kyle Lowry 's 3-foot 2-pt jumper
7:54 8-8 OR Raptors offensive team rebound
7:47 8-8 OR Terrence Ross misses 21-foot jumper
7:43 8-8 LAL Carlos Boozer defensive rebound
7:37 8-8 LAL Wesley Johnson misses 24-foot three point jumper
7:35 8-8 LAL Carlos Boozer offensive rebound
7:31 8-10 LAL Carlos Boozer makes 13-foot jumper
7:20 8-10 OR Amir Johnson misses 18-foot jumper
7:16 8-10 LAL Jeremy Lin defensive rebound
7:11 8-10 LAL Jeremy Lin misses layup
7:07 8-10 OR Amir Johnson defensive rebound
7:00 10-10 OR Greivis Vasquez makes 17-foot jumper
6:46 10-12 LAL Carlos Boozer makes 18-foot jumper (Kobe Bryant assists)
6:22 10-12 OR Amir Johnson misses layup
6:20 10-12 OR Amir Johnson offensive rebound
6:16 12-12 OR Amir Johnson makes 4-foot jumper
6:01 12-15 LAL Jeremy Lin makes 23-foot three point jumper (Kobe Bryant assists)
5:43 12-15 OR Jonas Valanciunas misses 5-foot two point shot
5:41 12-15 LAL Lakers defensive team rebound
5:41 Lakers Full
Ammammata <ammammata@tiscali.it>: Nov 30 09:06AM

LAL 111
TOR 104
 
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Sean S <seans_efn_dotorg>: Nov 30 02:58PM -0600

LAL 109
TOR 105
 
Sean
"$Bill" <news@todbe.com>: Nov 30 06:26PM -0800

102 112 Lakers still not ready to play D.
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Eric Ramon <ramon.eric@gmail.com>: Nov 30 05:32PM -0800

On Sunday, November 30, 2014 4:16:31 PM UTC-8, J. Hugh Sullivan wrote:
 
> The last 5 years only ND was not a Southern team in the MNC game and
> they wish they had not been there.
 
You must mean the last 3 years. But are you Southerners now claiming Florida State is part of the SEC? Texas? Not actually in the SEC but "close enough"?
Michael Press <rubrum@pacbell.net>: Nov 30 08:16PM -0800

In article <07a9a74b898152c13c601076789e90dc@dizum.com>,
 
> It seems to have evaporated under the new playoff format.
 
Chumming the waters? Too easy. Show some pride.
 
--
Michael Press
"Damon Hynes, Cyclone Ranger" <damonhynes@gmail.com>: Nov 30 04:56PM -0800

On Sunday, November 30, 2014 6:38:23 PM UTC-6, michael anderson wrote:
> We will see if Oregon is still a top team then...I'm not sure that when marmots leaves next year they will be. Take mariota off that team right. Is and they aren't a top team this year I don't believe.
 
> But overall....it's hard to fault Nebraska here. I mean they gave him seven years. That's a long time....and in those seven years....how many big games did he win? How many signature victories? How many wins that make Nebraska relevant? I mean seven years....
 
Lumping UNL with the other B1G midwest/college town schools--I come up with Iowa and Bucky and maybe the Hoosiers. They have the same problem with getting sunbelt 4- and 5-star hosses.
 
Bucky is marginally closer to Chicago's talent pool, but I don't see how that's helped them any. They did rent Wilson for a year, they did get to the GOTA bowl. Their win against Stanford might be the best win of any of these four schools, maybe.
 
Iowa? Same problem as the 'Skers. No signature wins, and haven't ruined any other team's year. Beat Georgia Tech, who promptly vacated that season's wins.
 
Indiana? They beat Mizzou, which might count for something. Might count for a lot more if Mizzou black-swans Bama.
 
Nebraska? Beat Georgia. Hail-Mary'd Northwestern into a purple funk last year.
 
Point is, Nebraska is the only one of these four schools who have been relevant in my lifetime, and that sets the bar higher--but this isn't 1997 anymore.
michael anderson <mianderson79@gmail.com>: Nov 30 05:03PM -0800

Yeah but Damon even the Georgia win was against a Georgia team that did NOT have Aaron Murray because he got hurt two games before. Sure it sounds good, but beating a 4 loss Georgia team without its star qb who also lost to Vanderbilt that year isn't a big time win.
"Damon Hynes, Cyclone Ranger" <damonhynes@gmail.com>: Nov 30 05:07PM -0800

On Sunday, November 30, 2014 7:03:32 PM UTC-6, michael anderson wrote:
> Yeah but Damon even the Georgia win was against a Georgia team that did NOT have Aaron Murray because he got hurt two games before. Sure it sounds good, but beating a 4 loss Georgia team without its star qb who also lost to Vanderbilt that year isn't a big time win.
 
Fair enough :-)
Eric Ramon <ramon.eric@gmail.com>: Nov 30 05:27PM -0800

On Sunday, November 30, 2014 4:38:23 PM UTC-8, michael anderson wrote:
> We will see if Oregon is still a top team then...I'm not sure that when marmots leaves next year they will be. Take mariota off that team right. Is and they aren't a top team this year I don't believe.
 
"we" have some interesting options next year at QB but if Mariota got injured at any point the rest of the way, vs Arizona or (assuming a win there) against whoever in the semis or championship, the Ducks would be doomed. Jeff Lockie, the backup, is good for taking a knee.
michael anderson <mianderson79@gmail.com>: Nov 30 06:12PM -0800

Eric, the ducks are going to be pretty much doomed regardless in the championship game.....even if mariota grows 6 inches and runs 30 percent faster by then. Oregon is just not going to match up against Bama well.
Michael Press <rubrum@pacbell.net>: Nov 30 08:05PM -0800

In article <b17d6a5d-e77a-4c1f-afd3-669300250860@googlegroups.com>,
> > Michael Press
 
> Ohio State 2011:
 
> http://scores.espn.go.com/ncf/recap?gameId=312810158
 
Yes, but you should publish Pelini's entire record versus Ohio State
since I considered the entire 2014 record. That OSU team was 0-2 in
the Big Ten at that point.
 
I am not disparaging Pelini. To go further:
Nebraska would have been well advised to keep him, IMAO.
 
--
Michael Press
Michael Press <rubrum@pacbell.net>: Nov 30 08:13PM -0800

In article <993afee9-d1b0-4d6d-be51-6cfcf88d330b@googlegroups.com>,
 
> Yeah but Damon even the Georgia win was against a Georgia team that did NOT have Aaron Murray because he got hurt two games before. Sure it sounds good, but beating a 4 loss Georgia team without its star qb who also lost to Vanderbilt that year isn't a big time win.
 
I do not accept the injury reasoning. Everybody gets injuries. If a team gets
too many injuries it means the team is _weak_, perhaps weaker than their
record that was built on over-working the players, asking them to do more
than their ultimate physical capacity. Nebraska had injuries too and beat
Georgia fair and square.
 
--
Michael Press
RoddyMcCorley <Roddy.McCorley@verizon.net>: Nov 30 08:25PM -0500

On 11/30/2014 7:13 PM, Dan Hoover wrote:
> Brady will pull it out in the last seconds
 
Not.
 
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False words are not only evil in themselves, but they infect the soul
with evil.
 
Pennsylvania - Tá sé difriúil anseo.
"The Cheesehusker, Trade Warrior" <Iamtj4life@gmail.com>: Nov 30 05:24PM -0800

On Sunday, November 30, 2014 4:54:06 PM UTC-6, GrtArtiste wrote:
> http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/local/2014/11/30/body-found-near-ohio-state.html
 
> GrtArtiste
 
ugh - that really sucks
RoddyMcCorley <Roddy.McCorley@verizon.net>: Nov 30 08:24PM -0500

On 11/30/2014 2:08 AM, Futbol Phan wrote:
> Louisville
> Looks like 6.
 
> Ouch-- 5-6 this season.
 
The point is?
The SEC winners are virtually all out of the west. The SEC losers are
out of the SEC east, which is having a pretty down year.I would say the
only real embarrassing loss is Mizzou to Indiana. That's a hard one to
explain.
 
Note that, with the exception of the Hoosiers, the teams the east lost
to are perennial powers in their respective leagues.
 
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"the_andrew_smith@yahoo.com" <agavinsmith@gmail.com>: Nov 30 04:46PM -0800

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