Did Larry Bird somehow have too many concussions

Discussion in 'Other Sports' started by Deuce Wayne, Feb 8, 2012.

  1. therealtrueblue

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    @GOT ok so he switched teams....who cares???
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  2. therealtrueblue

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    how?
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  3. steverife

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    Shawn Kemp had little other than explosiveness.

    Lebron is huge, has a good midrange game, and is a very good passer. He'll put up 18/6/6 at age 40 if he wants...

    I get that a lot of people hate Lebron and do everything they can to pick apart his game, but if you look at what he is instead of what he isn't, you'll see a damn amazing player.
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  4. GoT

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    I aint got a dog in the hunt, but the whole ego trip inspired event that was 'the decision' was enough for me too throw LJ from the I dont care category into the I hope he fails category

    If it makes you feel any better I feel the same way about Farve now
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  5. therealtrueblue

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    eh... fair enough
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  6. TheSureThing

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    Once again, you have no idea what your talking about if you think lebron james has a good midrange game.
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  7. therealtrueblue

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    Lebron does have a solid mid-range game. It's far from the level of somebody like Kobe but it gets the job done.

    Don't degrade his game because you don't like him.
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  8. RavensShallBurn

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    LeBron sucks!!!!
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  9. steverife

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    Last season, he shot 45% from mid-range (and was something like 55% in the 2nd half of the season). As a point of reference, Durant and Kobe were both 42% and Joe Johnson was 38%.

    This season, Lebron is at 42%, Kobe 44%, and Durant 50%. Joe Johnson is at 40%. Check out the stats cube on nba.com.
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  10. TheSureThing

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    don't even try to compare LeBron's midrange game to Kobe's (arguably the best midrange player of all time)...

    Defenses will give lebron the 15 footer a lot of the time to avoid the much higher percentage dunk. Kobe rarely shoots a jumper without a hand in his face, so those stats don't really mean much to me.
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