Bulldog
Years ago

Terrance Ferguson beast mode alert

Ferguson 7 of 8 from 3 against San Antonio who have only missed 1 three for the game.

Awesome game by the former 36er

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Bulldog  
Years ago

Game tied at 130 each. Seconds to go.

Spurs 15 of 16 from 3.

Westbrook 24 points 21 assists 10 rebounds.

Now going to overtime.

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Bulldog  
Years ago

Double OT. Tied at 141

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Hogwash  
Years ago

LA Marcus beasting with 51.

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Bulldog  
Years ago

Been an amazing game

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Nice night for Aldridge...

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Bulldog  
Years ago

Nice night for a lot of guys

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Anonymous  
Years ago

24/13/24 for Westbrook. Is that a record?

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Anonymous  
Years ago

30 assists is the record.

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Bulldog  
Years ago

Apparently he was one assist away from the best triple double ever

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TM  
Years ago

TF was good until that pass

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Name  
Years ago

Too easy. Wouldn't count 3 pointers in the NBA because they don't play defence.

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Violet Crumble  
Years ago

All tonight has taught me is that they don't play defense in the NBA or the NBL. I'm guessing they do in the G League, seeing as NBL has been called below G League level, and the German basketball league is obviously the greatest competition in the world (presumably because they play defense).

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Jasmine  
Years ago

Fergo aussie is he?

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Violet Crumble  
Years ago

He is American, but forwent NCAA (college) in favour of playing a year in Australia for Adelaide. Basically he is alumni.

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Udog  
Years ago

I like how one poster above simply blows off 7 from 8 3 pointers because "they don't play defence in the NBA "

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Udog  
Years ago

Ferguson still only 20 years old I think.

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Violet Crumble  
Years ago

Ferguson doing well as of late. Has found some confidence in his shooting. Hopefully he can maintain some consistency.

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'  
Years ago

how about that Adams dunk late in the game !

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Aussie fergo!!

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Perthworld  
Years ago

Yeah, that Adams dunk on an injured knee. Looked painful and he himself at one point thought he'd come up short mid-flight from the look of things.

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AussiePride  
Years ago

Would be very handy for the 36ers if this was his second year there!

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Wendy Byrd  
Years ago

Fergie had 21 points and 6 treys today. Consistency improving?

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Anonymous  
Years ago

No way Ferguson would be the same player if he was still in Adelaide. They virtually ruined him. He was drafted on his potential from high school, not his "development" under Joey.

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Udog  
Years ago

Ha ha! This guy

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Udog  
Years ago

Joey just had to nurse him through his gap year. Everyone knew that already.

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UseTaHoop  
Years ago

Anon 139

Do you even believe that?

Ferguson was under strict instructions not to risk injury. 36ers knew that all along.

But it was a great pr stunt, 36ers paid peanuts because of his under armour deal, and will be hoping get more recruits and sponsorship from the experience.

For the 36ers,it was probably Ferguson on his deal or a bargain basement import or local who would have contributed about the same on court, but far less in marketing terms.

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UseTaHoop  
Years ago

Udog

Gap year is probably a good way to describe it.

He had experience training and playing as a pro, living in another country, then went home to start his real career.

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