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Discussion in 'Other Sports' started by Dee, Oct 10, 2014.
Mark Jackson must be p*ssed.
I'm sure Stephen A. will still say he shouldn't have been fired.
Everyone with a brain saw this team was stacked the last two years. What do you know, a decent coach and a great game manager wins a title and makes it look easy.
The same Stephen A. Smith that loves to play the race card whenever he can? I wouldn't be surprised.
Said this way way back...
Too bad Dee didn't have the moolah funds. Like I also said, it would've been easy money again from him like it was when I had Spurs over Heat in 6.
Also had Mavs over Heat in 6 way back in LeBron's first year in Miami.
Basically always predict 6 games... it's the safest prediction.
To be honest, I think I've picked against LeBron in the Finals every single time he's been in them, but it was because I truly believed he'd lose each time.
LeBron will likely finish his career with a losing record in the Finals... not dissing him for that, but that is sort of a bad indicator.
He never had a chance in this series without Love and Irving though. Too much to overcome. Honestly impressed they made it to 6 games after Irving went down.
Greatest loser of all time.
I like how @Deuce Wayne tries to write off Iguodala as some scrub when he was an All-Star not too long ago, first team defense last year and ended up being MVP of the Finals. He's always been a good player which is why Golden State signed him for 11 million a year, he just lost minutes in the regular season because of the emergence of Draymond Green. He pretty much did what Kawhi Leonard did last year in the Finals for the Spurs.
Leonard for the Spurs last year was a million times better than what Iguodala was for the Warriors.
Not saying Iggy is some scrub, but Leonard was on a truly elite level in the Finals last year. Didn't get that same feeling from Iggy in this series.
Kawhi's MVP Finals: 17.8 points, 6.4 rebounds, 2.0 assists, great defense and shot well from the 3.
Iggy's MVP Finals: 16.3 points, 5.8 rebounds, 4 assists, great defense and shot well from the 3.
Pretty close... You just got more excited about Kawhi because he was still relatively unknown at that point and the Spurs don't have a Steph Curry to get all the media attention.
Steph Curry did what LeBron couldn't - win a title in Cleveland.