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Tuesday, October 17, 2006

MASH update


Battie, Nelson, Turk expected to start tonight. Arroyo expects to play. Nelson downplays his concussion and jokes he's rushing back to save his job being stolen by Diener.

Ariza and Redick are in serious jeopardy of not being ready to start the season.

You have to start wondering if Redick can have much of a rookie season after only playing 2 weeks of ball since being drafted.


  • At 4:33 PM, Blogger Mike from Illinois said…

    Good to see a lot of the injured guys coming back, but that's discouraging news about Ariza and Redick. If they're not ready to practice by next week, they probably won't be ready for the start of the regular season.

    It'll be interesting to see if the injured players returning like Jameer, Hedo, and Arroyo can shake off the rust and play well.

    The Lakers are playing a preseason game here in Las Vegas tonight at the Thomas and Mack Center against Sacramento, and I bought a ticket and am going to check it out! This season's All-Star Game will also be played here.

    WeRDevos, are you going to finish your NBA East season previews that you started last month with the Knicks and the Hawks? I thought those were very informative and well-written.

  • At 5:01 PM, Blogger Big Figure said…

    Yea,its good to get some guys back,probably some sloppy basketball tonight with both point guards playing the first time in the pre-season,all i'm really looking for is the guys being focused on the defensive end,and the progress of dwight & darko,atlanta doesnt have size at the bigs,so we're gonna have to be prepared to move our feet tonight with all the small-forwards they have playing out of position!


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