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Hope someone else is watching Lebron choke again

Discussion in 'Other Sports' started by Deuce Wayne, Jan 12, 2012.

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  1. jessestylex DeadGirlsCantSayNo

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    GO HEAT GO!


    King James is King!!!!!!!!

    He won his 1st ring a year younger than Jordan.

    And they just didnt beat the Thunder they beat them down. And I lost all respect for Durant, he acted like a big baby crying on his mommas shoulder, wtf what that? as big as that turd is and he acts like a baby. grow up Durant!

    King James MVP and Champ! 2peat? yuuuuup!:lol:


    Go Heat Go!
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    lol 1 year younger than Jordan yet 3 more seasons.
  2. Riverman Dread the red

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    The Heat flat out beat the Thunder last night. I can't cry about that.

    But game 2 and 3 were pivotal and the officiating was CLEARLY one-sided in those two games. Game 4 to a lesser degree. I agree with those that say LeBoob has a different standard called for and against him.

    But it really wouldn't have mattered. The Heat were the better team. I just hate that the stripes had to tip it so far their way. It wasn't necessary. I think the Heat would have won without it. Doing so simply made the NBA look REALLY bad.

    I feel bad for you guys that really like the NBA. I agree with whoever posted it just isn't the same atmosphere as it used to be with those great Celtic/Lakers matchups. Magic, Byrd, McHale being an azz etc.

    That whole production of Lebron and Wade getting together to direct things is a BAD harbinger of league collusion that takes away the spirit of the game. I'll be happy when those *** clowns are out of the league.
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  3. jplusip Starter

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    Wow.

    As already noted, three seasons longer than Jordan. But guess what? Jordan never had to leave his team and team-up with his "superstar" buddies to win a ring. And for that matter, Jordan never needed a shortened off-season coupled with a weak East riddled with injuries and a crazy young team in the Finals AND refs handing him games to win his ring.

    LeQuit will never be remotely near what Jordan was. Ever. The Decision sealed that.

    Oh, and how many times did Jordan lose in the Finals?

    Oh that's right, none.
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    Alex1939 Good picture of me from 10 years ago

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    Especially when you consider the league blocked the Lakers from making a similar deal this past offseason.....

    Yeah, I've lost a lot of my fandom for the NBA.
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    Did Douche Wayne get another one wrong?
  5. JCBRAVE Welcome to my world, now sit down and listen up

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    I wouldnt say so. James got tons of unexpected help from his bench

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  6. Deuce Wayne Damnit, I cant find my driving moccasins anywhere!

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    What's funny is- ESPN and other media are going to try to make us think Lebron is clutch now. He still sucks when the game is on the line and is the last guy you want taking the last shot. Ring or not.


    Miami played well enough last night to win.

    So basically- they earned ONE of their 4 wins.

    Pathetic.
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  7. JCBRAVE Welcome to my world, now sit down and listen up

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  8. steverife Starter

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    I'm truthfully indifferent about the whole thing, but Lebron was pretty damn good throughout the finals. He was pretty terrible last year against the Mavs, but for the most part, he has been very good in the playoffs throughout his career.

    He isn't especially last shot clutch, but few people are...

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