I'm just shocked that Julio was #13. Not only is he not a better player than Luke, but he was also voted higher than Dez... who has the hype, big market, personality, team success, and the stats behind him. Goes without saying that he's also usually viewed as the better receiver between the two also. Must've been a lot of Falcon players voting this year..
Wow. You can't even make this kind of stupid poo up. Dude has a shot to make more money than he'll know what to do with, and he commits armed robbery along with breaking and entering... to steal a fuging iPad. Lmao.
Just to add on to what rayzor said, that works for embedding everything, not just youtube videos. So if you have a tweet you want to post, just copy and paste the link, then hit enter and it'll embed in your post.
"I think we've seen the best Cody will be..." The dude is fuging 22 years old, and he too has had limited play time. I don't know what the hell some people's deal is with Zeller, but he showed a lot of promise last season (you know, his 2nd damn season in the league... but yeah, "the best" he will be) until he got injured. I have no clue how some of you come to the conclusion that a sophomore 22 year old 7ft big man that can somewhat shoot with great athleticism that is still developing is already as good as he's going to be. Let Cody add a more consistent mid range jumper, a speck of a post game, and passing and he will be a really damn good player. He's one of the few players we have worth keeping on the team.
He is. That whole "Kobe is clutch and LeBron isn't" is one of the biggest myths in the NBA. In nearly every clutch statistic you can find LeBron is better than Kobe. Game-winner percentage, less than 2 minutes, less than 4 minutes, 4th quarters in general, numbers when trailing and making a comeback, etc. It became this popular narrative that was repeated ad nauseam until it became a circlejerk. Hell, even further than that LeBron is one of the best in the league in clutch situations IIRC. Yeah, he's had his moments where he failed in crunch time. As has literally everyone else.
Lebron's standard is so ridiculously high that anything less than greatness night in and night out brings out the haters.
And even after the great performances they still find something to nitpick or bitch about.
If the Cavs win this with no Kyrie or no Love... then for LeBron this will hands down be one of the single greatest accomplishments in the history of the NBA. Maybe the greatest. Losing your 2nd and 3rd best players - two All-Stars - and still making it to the Finals, and even win a Finals game (almost fuging 2-0 up on them) against a fully healthy Warriors team, at the toughest place to play, against one of the greatest teams statistically of all time... Dude is leaving it all on the floor right now. He's averaging 41.5/12/8.5 in these first two games. And lol at the fuging irony of Kobe fans talking poo about someone going 11/34. Guess what his statline was with that 11/34? 39, 16, and fuging 11. He's doing everything on offense right now while letting all the other guys go hard on defense... while still defending his ass off as well. He's literally playing PG, SF, SG, and PF all in one right now.
Thomas, you're a pretty good poster man... but holy poo that all goes completely out the window whenever you talk about LeBron. You're probably more irrational about him than those Cam haters you see stinking up the comment sections of Yahoo, PFT, and Facebook.