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#511 necroplasm

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Posted 11 July 2010 - 11:09 PM

:lol:



#512 pdandy1994

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Posted 11 July 2010 - 11:28 PM

while that videos pretty true probably, the guy who was labeled "Chicago" is from an intervention and i feel so bad for that guy

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Posted 12 July 2010 - 12:18 AM

By the way, dont even bother posting in this thread no mo Kobe4MVP if you aint talking bout LeBron, it will be deleted. If you wanna talk G-Force there's a thread for him, and if you wanna blow Kobe, there's a thread for him as well. No need to try and bully who we can and cant talk about here on a message board.


Why is it blowing Kobe when he is discussed but it's "talking bout" LeBron.....

#514 cbarrier90

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Posted 12 July 2010 - 01:00 AM

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Chris Bosh will always look like a Raptor, and this pic proves it...

#515 pdandy1994

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Posted 12 July 2010 - 01:17 AM

somebody needs to shop that pic with a raptor screaming

#516 Britneck

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Posted 12 July 2010 - 09:08 AM

Another Kobe dickrider upset that LeBron gets more attention than his mancrush. You say we need a 51 page G-Force thread, why dont you make it then? Dude your life really sucks. Your feelings are hurt because I have an avy and sig of Bron (in a Bobcats jersey no less) the league MVP, instead of your boyfriend Kobe. I always said 3/4th of Kobe fans live alternate lifestyles. :lol:

Put it this way, last night at 2:30 AM I was on my way to the local strip club with 2 ladies about to have a great time.

At 2:30 AM last night, you were on this message board going from thread to thread throwing personal attacks and insults at men to get their attention.

Who's the "cock sucker"? :lol:

Must have not gone to well because you were on here posting 2 hours later. lol I bet you think strippers like you.

#517 King Taharqa

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Posted 12 July 2010 - 09:22 AM

Must have not gone to well because you were on here posting 2 hours later. lol I bet you think strippers like you.


It went great. Getting women to pay for you to go to the strip club and paying for your dances and drink tab is a skill. I had a blast. :cool:

#518 pantherfan49

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Posted 12 July 2010 - 10:01 AM

Chris Bosh will always look like a Raptor, and this pic proves it...


Bosh has the worst ego problems of the bunch. He is an all-star player and nothing more. You can't build a team around him, but he sure touted himself as being a super-star.

He was almost as disrespectful to the Raptors as LeBron was to the Cavs.

#519 PeteRozelle

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Posted 12 July 2010 - 10:16 AM

Quote from Jesse Jackson on the Owner of the Cavs...

"He speaks as an owner of LeBron and not the owner of the Cleveland Cavaliers. His feelings of betrayal personify a slave master mentality. He sees LeBron as a runaway slave. "

Wow...Simply wow. I left the title "Reverend" for Jesse purposely.

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#520 King Taharqa

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Posted 12 July 2010 - 10:25 AM

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Now that it's all over, maybe we can return to some semblance of reality.

To help us get there, and before LeBron James becomes Public Enemy No. 2 in the next SportsNation poll -- which seems to be happening in the aftermath of "The Decision" -- let's clear up a few things. It should send us on our way back to our normal existence.

One: This has been done before in other sports. (And no one had a problem with it.)

Two: We've seen this happen before in the NBA. (And no one had a problem with it.)

Three: Michael Jordan might have done the exact same thing. (But we'll never know.)


When Alex Rodriguez was playing in Texas (or, for that matter, in Seattle), he was considered the best player in baseball. He was very much the LeBron James of his game. He had lived up to and surpassed expectations. Still, he eventually realized he couldn't do solo all the things he wanted to get done, so he went to a team that wasn't his. He went to a place where he wouldn't be "The Man," at least not at first. He "took his talents" to New York. He became a Yankee, on Derek Jeter's team.

So the question is this: What's the difference with LeBron? Where is the profound difference between what A-Rod did in 2004 and what LeBron did Thursday night?

Here's the answer: Other than LeBron's personal connection to the city he left, nothing.

Again, this has been done before.

In 1982, Moses Malone was considered by many to be the best player in basketball, certainly one of the best of his generation, and he was still in his prime. But just after he collected the second of his three MVP awards and only one year removed from playing in the NBA Finals with the Houston Rockets, he became a restricted free agent. With his team apparently regressing (the Rockets went from their Finals appearance in '81 to out in the first round the next season), Moses decided to leave Houston and go play for the Philadelphia 76ers, a team that already had one of the other best players in the game and of his generation. A guy named Julius Erving.

See where this is going?

Dwyane Wade is Dr. J, LeBron is Moses and Chris Bosh is Andrew Toney in this analogy. The Sixers went on to win the chip the season Moses joined them, going down in history as one of the greatest teams of all time. And no one said anything about damage to Malone's legacy.

Again, we've seen this happen before.

Too many times since Thursday night, I've heard people express some form of the following sentiment about LeBron: Real ballers don't join the best; they try to beat the best. More than that, I've heard people (including on "SportsCenter") use MJ as an analogy, suggesting that LeBron just did what MJ would have never done: leave the Bulls back in the day to play for the Pistons because, at least before 1990, he couldn't beat Detroit. They're calling LeBron's decision a "punk" move.

That notion needs to be squashed right here. Fact is, Jordan never had the opportunity to test the free-agent market the way LeBron did. Jordan signed his rookie contract, then, three years into it, the Bulls put an eight-year, $25 million deal on the table that he signed and rode out until well after he'd been stacking rings on his fingers.

Bottom line: Jordan was never in the same position LeBron was. Never. And if MJ's long career in Chicago is going to be used to make a point about LeBron's decision to leave Cleveland, that not-so-little factor can't be ignored.

We'll never really know.

So before anybody else goes all Dan Gilbert on LeBron, take all that into consideration. And we can carry on with our lives.


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Posted 12 July 2010 - 12:04 PM

It's going to be so funny when both Lebron and Kobe dont make it to the finals next year. In a few years, it wont be about Kobe or Lebron. It'll be the Durant show. Better hop on that Durant train, before its too late. I've already got my seat at the front. :lol:


what does Miami and their new supersstacked team have to do with the Lakers making it back to the finals?!!!!

#522 Ohio

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Posted 12 July 2010 - 02:28 PM

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None of those people were dubbed "the chosen one". Lebron also bought into it, the tattoo on his back proves it which is why his legacy will be no better then Robert Horrys

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Posted 12 July 2010 - 02:36 PM

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#524 Anybodyhome

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Posted 12 July 2010 - 03:06 PM

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Damn, you beat me to it! If I lived in South Beach I'd sure wear this to a Heat game... and probably get tossed out.

#525 Britneck

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Posted 12 July 2010 - 03:12 PM

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Haha. You always find the best poo to post. You were on point in the WC thread.


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