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Still my fave of all his commercials

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Seriously the guy is not human. "What are going to do with that?" "Who me? 'sinks half court, underhand shot'" The guy is unreal. I would pay any amount of money to be him for 5 minutes.

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Kobe vs. LeBron in a one-on-one...

Who wins? Best out of 7?

Lebron, he is just too physical.

He could post up on every possession.

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LeBron is putting on a show on ABC right now!!! He is on fire!!!

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CLEVELAND (AP)—The Cavaliers returned home and returned to form.

LeBron James scored 38 points, Mo Williams and Delonte West added 22 apiece and the NBA’s best home team avoided its first three-game losing streak by beating the San Antonio Spurs 101-81 on Sunday.

Embarrassed in a 29-point loss in Orlando, a humbling defeat that came one day after a humiliating loss at lowly Washington, Cleveland played with purpose at both ends and improved to 37-1 at home. If they can win their final three home games, the Cavs would match the 1985-86 Boston Celtics (40-1) for the best home record in NBA history.

http://sports.yahoo.com/nba/recap?gid=2009040505

38 points, 7 rebounds, 6 assists today for King James. Cleveland keeps on truckin. MVP.

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Lebron>Kobe at least Lebron and the Cavs can beat the Bobcats, Kobe and the Lakers don't even know how to do that.

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CLEVELAND (AP)—After every 3-pointer, every dunk and every block, LeBron James turned and glared at Boston’s bench. The message was clear: Not here.

James made five 3-pointers and scored 29 points before dancing in his seat, and the Cleveland Cavaliers throttled the NBA champions 107-76 on Sunday to move within one win of matching the 1985-86 Celtics for the best home record in league history.

At 39-1, the Cavs can tie Boston’s mark against Philadelphia on Wednesday night.

Equaling those Celtics of Bird, McHale and Parrish, though, won’t mean anything if the Cavs can’t dethrone the current guys in green sometime this spring. The Cavs led 31-9 after the first quarter, opened a 30-point lead in the second and turned a possible playoff preview into a rout.

It was Cleveland’s most lopsided win ever in 173 games against the Celtics.

http://sports.yahoo.com/nba/recap;_ylt=AicdoRWHBOZdD8qZ8Op8dlC8vLYF?gid=2009041205

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Lebron>Kobe at least Lebron and the Cavs can beat the Bobcats, Kobe and the Lakers don't even know how to do that.

It's quite a bit more important to be able to beat a team like Orlando who the Cavs were 1-2 against this year.

Do not be at all surprised if the Cavs are eliminated from the playoffs by Orlando or Boston.

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It's quite a bit more important to be able to beat a team like Orlando who the Cavs were 1-2 against this year.

Do not be at all surprised if the Cavs are eliminated from the playoffs by Orlando or Boston.

This playoff is goin to be exciting. The East is far stronger than the West this year. If Cavs sew up home court for the entire dance, thats a big cushion to have.

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This playoff is goin to be exciting. The East is far stronger than the West this year. If Cavs sew up home court for the entire dance, thats a big cushion to have.

How the hell can you say that when all the West playoff teams are 50 win plus teams but you have .500 winning percentage teams from the East in the playoffs? You did notice the Bobcats almost made the playoffs in the East right?

FFS, the Pistons are 2 games under .500 right now and have clinched a playoff spot. :rolleyes:

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How the hell can you say that when all the West playoff teams are 50 win plus teams but you have .500 winning percentage teams from the East in the playoffs? You did notice the Bobcats almost made the playoffs in the East right?

FFS, the Pistons are 2 games under .500 right now and have clinched a playoff spot. :rolleyes:

The West is weak this year. Think of all the garbage West teams that those playoff teams feast on. LA Clippers, Golden State Warriors, Sac Kings, OKC Thunder, Memphis Grizzlies, Timberwolves, etc. With the Spurs banged up, outside of the Blazers I dont see anybody in the West thats a threat to the Lakers. But Cleveland, Boston, and Orlando all are as good or better than LA. The East is all about bruising half court defense, the West is about rhythm offense. In the playoffs, the game slows down and the scoring is harder to come by. Whoever comes out of the East will win the title.

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The West is weak this year. Think of all the garbage West teams that those playoff teams feast on. LA Clippers, Golden State Warriors, Sac Kings, OKC Thunder, Memphis Grizzlies, Timberwolves, etc. With the Spurs banged up, outside of the Blazers I dont see anybody in the West thats a threat to the Lakers. But Cleveland, Boston, and Orlando all are as good or better than LA. The East is all about bruising half court defense, the West is about rhythm offense. In the playoffs, the game slows down and the scoring is harder to come by. Whoever comes out of the East will win the title.

The Celtics and Cavs currently have no one over .500 in their division. The Magic have the Hawks and the Heat in their division over .500.

Mediocrity is being bred in the East, greatness in the West. :thumbsup:

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