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We may have stumbled upon just that Fanatic. A recipe for success. Attack !! Decisively. Repeatedly. A beautiful thing to watch. Lets just hope that they saw what we saw. Especially defensively. Dare i say we looked a little like Bostons defense of a couple of years ago. Stotts should send all of our boys a copy of this game tape to watch.... everyday.
i don't look at the chalupa thing as the chalupa being the important thing. it's a symbol. statistics show that if you score 100 points you're more likely to win. to me, chanting for chalupas is chanting for a better shot at winning.~ KMM
Sometimes you have to go back to the drawing board to find other way to be successful and you won't always get it right the first time and just like a chef you have to experiment and then finally when you find something that works and you have your aha moment and that what the Blazers finally got.I don't think were just finding a recipe for success I think were writing a cookbook for the future because I feel were are gonna be a team that's gonna beat you in so many different ways so this is just a start for things to come.
@ Carl I kind of agree with you about the cook book. The thing we do know about this team is it is something different every night that leads Portland to victory. I kinda like that analogy a lot to be honest. Nice!
@ KMM I don't mean to rain on anyone's tacobell parade. Some people don't like the wave either, and I'm one of them. As a kid in the Memorial Coliseum, I LOVED the wave. It was the BEST. But it's just not the same in the Rose Garden or being a bit grown up. I am a HUGE fan of hitting 100, just not the chalupa, or the chant. I'd rather a "LET'S GO BLAZERS" chant or like some college teams do at a certain point in the game playing "JUMP AROUND" by House of Pain.
@ Common It was such a complete game. I watched it 3 times. lol Blazer wins are sooooo good for me.
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