The 2011-2012 NBA season is not dead after all
November 26, 2011 10:38am CST
Good news! i am very happy because the moment my internet browser directed me to yahoo, a news highlighting the NBA popped out. and make no mistake.the NBA and the players association have reached a tentative agreement to end the five-month old lockout and start the season on December 25.this is a very great news for everyone especially to all hardcore basketball fans.got to have that ball bouncing again.
27 Nov 11
A very great news indeed. We are also expecting big games in the beginning of the season which give fans big impact. I'm excited on how Miami performs this season, as well as Dallas, Lakers, Chicago and Thunders. However, some points of agreement was not clearly given to media meaning their are still things to settle. I hope that the decision is a win-win solution and not one-sided.
28 Nov 11
Celtics are still good but I think they are not getting younger anymore. They need to build young big 3 to compete against Heat/Bulls which are very athletic and young team. As for Knicks, I think they still have to make their plays better since they now have talented squad. Good luck to all NBA fanatics!
30 Nov 11
hello there.thank you for responding back. i have the same concern when it comes to the Celtics. they are not getting younger anymore and i doubt they can match the Bulls and the Heat speed for speed. However, their defense and basketball IQ is still there. as for the Knicks, let us see where they are right now as far as progress is concerned. i do believe a lot of work has to be done in their defensive gameplan because that has failed them in their playoff loss to the Celtics last season.
23 Dec 11
hello there.your wait will finally be over this Christmas day.what a treat for everyone especially for those hardcore basketball fans. The Miami heat will face the Dallas Mavericks in the opener.that should be fun to watch.Now that the Mavs don't have Chandler, can they pull it off again this time?
13 Dec 11
hello there.thank you for dropping by.it is really better late than never.though there will only be 66 games allotted for each team this season, there are lots of things to be excited about.i am excited as to where chris paul will finally land.i am also excited where will dwight howard land.above all things, i am excited to see Miami heat back on the court.
30 Nov 11
I do believe they would reach the agreement finally. Is anybody in the world fight against money? That is a win-win solution. also to us. We can't wait to see the wonderful performance from our favorite playes. I can back to the telvision in the weekend and support the Celtics.
27 Nov 11
Good thing! I really miss the NBA games and I am excited for the start of the new season! Yes I have read of the news about the tentative agreement of both sides, owners and players. The fans are already getting pumped up by the news. It is just sad that the NBA season is starting out late, but it's better late than never. It's a triple header on Christmas day! Really, I don't watch television anymore because I only watch the television when there are basketball games. Now I can be back to my normal television watching habit! Time again for some mocking around with my friends regarding the game of hoops! This is great news!
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26 Nov 11
I am not excited about the NBA Lockout ending. I have lost my love for NBA basketball! Nowadays it has become to serious! There is no fun anymore! I used to love watching NBA basketbal! I especially did when the Sacramento Kings had Chris Webber,Vlade Divac,Doug Christie and Peja! Of course that era is over and nothing has come close! Instead I see the Lakers with a ball hog named Kobe Brynat! Then I see a bragger named LeBron James on the Heat! The biggest thing I hate is the Bucks! Every year seems to be a rebuiding year! Coaches never are kept long! I am so sick of this! I rather watch college hoops then the NBA!