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Discussion in 'Other Sports' started by The Playmaker, May 30, 2008.
But, clearly after this series, the better team doesn't always win.
^It's possible. I still don't take half that roster seriously, even though they played well. Rondo is mediocre at best, yet he played well. Powe is a complete scrub, yet he had a great game. PJ Brown should be retired, and he had a big contribution. Eddie House is a streaky shooter, who just so happened to be on when it mattered most. Then you've got Pierce playing better than Kobe, which is highly unlikely, but it happened.
Some people don't understand that good teams play bad and good teams play great sometimes, though.
I still don't know how you say Boston is merely a 'good' team. They were 66-16. Beat the best team in the West 6 - 2 over the course of the season and finals.
I understand the concept, but Boston was more than a good team.
got the idea from someone else...
the idea isn't mine but i made the layers myself....inspired by a giants set.
I was classifying both as good teams, actually. And nice pics^. I've got the most awesome KG pic for a sig. Going to work on it soon, though I probably wont do it justice.
Liking the Ealy sig.
We could collab it if you want?
^Awesome. Haven't collaborated with graphics. Gotta be easier than music though. haha
Leon Powe is a beast. Rondo is amazing on defense, and once he gets his shot he will be one of the top 5 pgs in the league. Pau Gasol underachieved so much. Kobe is still the best but got no help. Odom didn't really show up. Pierce, Garentt, and Allen all paid their dues and deserved a championship as much as I hate Boston.
I was surprised Tony Allen didn't play alot for the C's. If you guys remember last season Tony Allen had a very good season during all of their injuries. He has more potential and scoring capabilities than Powe.