I hope you seek more than just a strangers input over the internet. You deserve to feel better. I mean, you should aim to have a varied diet, but if you don actually meet your macro goals day to day, it really not a big deal. Beal bounced back from a nightmarish Game 2 with 28 points on 10 for 19 shooting. On Friday, Beal sank more three pointers (four) than the total field goals he made in his last game (three) but was raptured into fits of celebration. In the second quarter as the Wizards forced Raptors Coach Dwane Casey into calling a timeout, Beal walked off the court imploring fans to scream.
Carr was solid. Just a bit over paid for what he actually accomplished. Church was pretty okay, he benefitted most from the “Cowboys Effect” being overrated just because he on one of the most visible teams, see: Terrance Newman, Miles Austin, etc..
Side note: I rarely come here anymore bc of the lack of true knowledge from most of the posters here and guys trying to make a $ off people for supposable “locks”. Just want to say watch who you trust in this business it’s filled with scumbags. You’ll be more profitable make your own picks long term if you just watch a team.
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