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#37 X-Clown

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Posted 21 July 2010 - 04:12 PM

Clippers are in LA too, which is a big market, and people do go there to play even though they are always pooty.


Which proves in this day and age that no matter where your city and big media markets are, if your ownership and/or front office sucks you aren't winning poo.

See Knicks: New York.

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Posted 21 July 2010 - 05:39 PM

I don't like how Lebron left the team or his decision to go be "robin" to wade's "batman", but Cleveland had 7 years to put a team in place to take the pressure off Lebron. Adding Jamison late last year was good, but to little to late and Bron Bron didnt wanna give it another chance with that team.

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Posted 21 July 2010 - 05:47 PM

Chicago wasn't a dynasty before Jordan got there, but they weren't the Cavaliers or Clippers either as far as trying to build a winning NBA franchise year in and year out.

The Lakers and Boston...are well...the Lakers and Boston. Nuff said.

And Barkley? I guess if the team you were drafted by to be the man to follow up the legacy of Dr J and Moses Malone decides to trade you after you spit in the face of a fan, and then you bolt from Phoenix to go to Houston and ride Hakeem Olajuwon to a title, that's a different story or something.

No I think MJ, Bird and Magic comparing Lebron, Wade and Bosh to themselves is giving a little too much credit for that trio. They might all be great basketball players, but none of them are in league with any of them, except Barkley.

I guess the Bobcats did Adam Morrison foul by drafting him and trading him to the Lakers so he could aquire two rings for keeping Kobe's seat warm, instead of having him ride the pine to a championship for Charlotte.

Whatever, Lebron did what Lebron wanted to do. Not what Jordan wanted to do, or wanted him to do, or any of the rest.

Lebron is Lebron. He ain't Magic, Byrd or Jordan yet. And neither are Bosh and Wade.

But it does make for great butthurt. :D