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Scott Van Pelt
Actor, world renowned connoisseur and professional gentleman of leisure - Mr. Whitefolks. AKA The trendsetter of Muskegon
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Scott Van Pelt 6h
Replying to @mattbrowning94
Why are people like this?
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Scott Van Pelt 7h
Replying to @GriffO_62
Lakers mauled them during the comeback. Show those videos. Smart defense. Be aggressive. Make the refs call fouls. They let it go.
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Scott Van Pelt 7h
Replying to @GriffO_62
Sure. Have a good one.
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Scott Van Pelt 7h
Replying to @GriffO_62
Lakers had 24 FT in a QUARTER. You bitching then? Or just tonight?
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Scott Van Pelt 7h
Replying to @303swag
This is a cumulative observation.
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Scott Van Pelt 7h
Replying to @GriffO_62
Man, you cry a lot. Where were you game one when la shot 32 Ft in a half?
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Scott Van Pelt 7h
Whatever happens from here- happens. But this Denver team has impressed the hell out me. They truly compete.
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Scott Van Pelt 10h
SVPod with on milk. Neither of us have had a glass in ages. The SEC w/ special love for South Carolina, and a whole lot more. on the isolation of being an injured player. Really interesting perspective.
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Scott Van Pelt 14h
Replying to @ryenarussillo
it was out of rotation when it was IN rotation. "Got any 18/34's?"
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Scott Van Pelt 14h
None of that is debatable. It's all true. Now, tell me what the team down 9 think when they are down two scored instead of one. You have that information? It's ALL I am asking about here. What's the psychology of the team down two scores vs one. I find it interesting.
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Scott Van Pelt 17h
This is all very interesting to me. Appreciate the dialogue.
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Scott Van Pelt 17h
So - being down two scores is better? They might let you get the first one. Then you just need a helicopter onside kick the other team treats like an ebola grenade.
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Scott Van Pelt 17h
I was trying to have a conversation with someone who clearly has spent more time with it than I have and is obviously bright. I just don't understand how data includes human psychology. It's not my forte. Try to learn about it and get dismissed. Nevermind? Ok?
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Scott Van Pelt 17h
I get the chart you sent earlier. There is one for blackjack basic strategy. Cards are finite. 6 shoe deck, etc. Human beings are involved. I'm simply wondering what being down 8 vs 9 does to the psyche. If anything.
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Scott Van Pelt 17h
So, you can definitively say what the psychology of being down 2 scores as opposed to 1 is? How do you "look at it over and over for years?" I'm not trying to be an ass here, I'm asking - how do you study that part of it and dismiss it as BS? Using what?
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Scott Van Pelt 17h
because you say so. (I'm not saying you're wrong)
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Scott Van Pelt 17h
My thought exactly. This isn’t the math that’s interesting. It’s how a team who knows it’s up two scores behaves.
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Scott Van Pelt 17h
Ohhhh Scott (the head pat like I’m incapable of grasping the concept) When you miss it early, now you “know you need two scores”. How is it the illusion of being in the game? It’s one score with an xp. Still have to get it - and you lose if you don’t. I understand. Thanks 😉
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Scott Van Pelt 18h
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Scott Van Pelt 18h
And I’m told I’m the one being smug.
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