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And tonight further proved why

I hate L.A, but Kobe is like Zod to these dudes when you have to team up to win. Wow :eek:

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What happened to competing? Competition. All star teams being built to win

In NFL, you cant predict a winner at the end of the year. Thats why I love the sport

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So Lebron will not play in Charlotte this year? I was hoping he would be a bobcat.

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lolz Miami won't win a single thing for years. team chemistry & a good bench > putting together a few superstars(2 of which have been losers for 6 years) with ridiculous egos and no bench.

Boston/Orlando will eliminate Heat if/when they play them in playoffs. If they somehow make it to the finals, LA/Thunder will put them away.

Though I will say this all depends on who Stern WANTS to win.

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Thats what happens when you have a entire league on the shoulders of one guy.

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Lebron James definetly is the front runner for the "Douche Bag of the Century Award" that they give out every decade.

I can not fathom how he could go on national tv and do that to a fan base that idolized him.

I wouldn't have cared if he would have just come out and said "I'm gonna play in Miami". To make this kind of spectical out of it though, just to break the hearts of people that only ever showed you good. That poo is low. Way low.

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to me it's no question that the NFL is better for the fans. in the NBA, its about money n' bitches. In the NFL, it's about working to be the best and being a good teammate. One sounds like a little more fun though(in the player's eyes).

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I don't get why everyone is so mad at LeBron, did anyone actually think he was going to stay in Cleveland?

And yea I lost heart in the NBA back in the days when the refs rigged playoff games so the bigger market team would advance and they always tried to make it a 7 game series.

Is the NBA draft still rigged? Its so ridiculous that the worst team just doesn't get the best draft pick.

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Thats what happens when you have a entire league on the shoulders of one guy.

This, although I don't think we can blame the NBA. Its the media that hypes these guys all out of proportion. They try to do that in the NFL as well (Romo and the Cowboys) but it doesn't work as well.

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