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Alas, the Finals are won by the better team.

Wait, since when? Oh that's right, you can't just stockpile stupid amounts of talent and win. It's about great teamwork. Together the team is greater than the sum of their parts.

Oh wait, Boston did it.

I miss 1990's NBA. :(

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LeBron James scores 30 points, grabs 11 boards, and dishes 10 assists for his 2nd triple double of the season and 19th of his career (as well as 3 in the postseason) leading the Cavs to their 30th win of the year. To put it in perspective, Kobe Bryant has 14 career triple doubles. Michael Jordan finished his career with 28.

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I like perspective. :)

Magic Johnson, 138 career triple doubles.

5 World Championships.

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Like 007, nobody does it better.

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I like perspective. :)

Magic Johnson, 138 career triple doubles.

5 World Championships.

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Like 007, nobody does it better.

he is Mr. Tripple Double.. his # represents that..

LeBron is just getting started people..

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I think if the Cavs make a mini move before the deadline, or even if they don't, they can win it this year.

LeBron is insane good.

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CHICAGO (AP) - Cleveland Cavaliers guard Delonte West left Thursday's game against the Bulls with a fractured right wrist after a nasty collision with Chicago's Derrick Rose.

West was off to a blazing start, with 11 points, when he tried to block Rose's layup with 1:36 left in the first quarter. Both players crashed to the court, but while Rose quickly popped up, West stayed down clutching his wrist with a non-displaced fracture. He also had a cut above his left eye that required two stitches.

Very bad news for Lebron and the Cavs.

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King James will be in Staples tonight to face LA in what should be an exciting matchup between Bron & Bean. In case you're wondering....

Cleveland has won five straight games over the Lakers since a 99-98 loss on Jan. 12, 2006 - the longest win streak by the Cavs in the series.

In their last meeting on Jan. 27, 2008, Cleveland won 98-95 at Los Angeles, behind James' 41 points and nine rebounds. James, the league's second-leading scorer (27.8 points per game), is averaging 37.3 points in his last three games versus the Lakers.

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THAT IS A FOUL!!!!!!!!!

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Cavs have owned the Lakes for 2 years. Time for revenge. :D

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King James showing his love for the NFL. This guy is a HUGE fan of the game. NBA analysts often say he's a TE playing basketball.

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King James will be in Staples tonight to face LA in what should be an exciting matchup between Bron & Bean. In case you're wondering....

Hey, what's with calling Kobe "Bean" again? What happened to all that love you gave him during the Olympics? Damned fickle fans. :cool:

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Kobe, Lakers take charge. The machine drops 14 off the bench.

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