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#211 SN03

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Posted 21 May 2012 - 03:37 PM

jordan went to college~


& hit the game winning shot in the NCAA title game. That's the real reason LeBron skipped college, he didn't want March Madness to expose him as the fraud & choke artist he is.

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Posted 21 May 2012 - 03:52 PM

Phenomenal game yesterday from Lebron. Now if he could just become a consistently good player in the fourth quarter I would have no problem dubbing him greatest player right now. He surely has proven to be the most talented.

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Posted 21 May 2012 - 11:15 PM

LBJ gets the stats, but D-Wade had the more important shots in yesterdays game.

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Posted 21 May 2012 - 11:21 PM

LeBron drops 40,18, & 9 in a clutch win. Kobe gets 42, 0 assists in a 16 point blowout. Any questions?

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Posted 21 May 2012 - 11:28 PM

LeBron drops 40,18, & 9 in a clutch win. Kobe gets 42 in a 16 point blowout. Any questions?


What the hell is wrong with this guy?! LMAO. Good hell bro... You ever seen Kobe's bench homie? Thought so. Give Kobe someone like Wade on his team and see what happens bruh. Lol honestly...

If David Stern didn't hate the Lakers and we had CP3 things would be a little different right now just sayin'.

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Posted 21 May 2012 - 11:30 PM

LeBron drops 40,18, & 9 in a clutch win. Kobe gets 42 in a 16 point blowout. Any questions?


I'll let MJ do the talkin' B. http://sports.yahoo....-222702003.html

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Posted 22 May 2012 - 07:56 AM

Y'all laker fans need to get over that CP3 thing lol. He's on the other side now, and looking like he's going to sign an extension. He didn't really wanna be a Laker. Y'all could've possibly had Dwight, but he doesn't wanna be a Laker either. Dude doesn't wanna play with Kobe. And don't start complaining about the bench and supporting cast now. Just sit back and join us bobcat fans watching the rest of the playoffs.


#218 King Taharqa

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Posted 24 May 2012 - 09:36 AM

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NEW YORK (AP) NBA Most Valuable Player LeBron James was the leading vote-getter for the league's all-defensive squad Wednesday, while Defensive Player of the Year Tyson Chandler didn't even crack the first team.

Confused? So were plenty of others - even a Harvard graduate.

Jeremy Lin, Chandler's teammate in New York, took to Twitter to ask for an explanation of how that was possible.
The answer is because the voting is done by different parties. A media panel voted for Defensive Player of the Year, while the all-defensive team vote was conducted by the league's 30 head coaches, who voted for a first and second team by position and were not allowed to pick their own players.

They favored Orlando's Dwight Howard, the NBA's leading rebounder and its top defensive player three straight years before Chandler, as their center.

Also on the first team were Thunder forward Serge Ibaka, who led the league in blocks and was runner-up to Chandler for Defensive Player of the Year; Clippers guard Chris Paul, the league leader in steals; and Grizzlies guard Tony Allen.

Ibaka and Allen earned first-team honors for the first time.

James totaled 53 points, including 24 first-team votes. He averaged 1.9 steals and 7.9 rebounds as Miami ranked fourth in the league in opponent scoring.

Joining on Chandler on the second team were Rajon Rondo and Kevin Garnett of the Celtics, Lakers guard Kobe Bryant, and Chicago forward Luol Deng.


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LeBron makes 1st team all defense for the 4th consecutive season. Its interesting to see how the coaches gave him the most votes, but didn't even have the DPOY on the 1st team. Im of the opinion, the NY media is responsible for Chandler getting DPOY when he didnt clearly deserve it this year. I always felt LeBron and Ibaka were more worthy candidates, and that Chandler should've got it LAST YEAR with the championship D he provided the Mavs.

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Posted 24 May 2012 - 09:59 AM

Ibaka should have won it this year imo.

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Posted 24 May 2012 - 05:33 PM

Ibaka should have won it this year imo.


agreed. chandler winning it was a joke.

#221 King Taharqa

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Posted 31 May 2012 - 12:13 AM

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In 1991, LeBron's GM Pat Riley sat down and interviewed Michael Jordan (28 years old). In this interview before his first championship Jordan explains how winning a title doesnt define him and how not winning one "wouldn't tarnish his career".



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Posted 04 June 2012 - 10:59 AM

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Despite having a reputation of being a playoff choker, LeBron James leads all players in playoff scoring in 2012.

His 2012 playoff stat line of...
29.9 PPG, 8.9 RPG, 5.5 APG, 2.1 SPG 74.3 FT%

is nothing to sneeze at. And compares favorably to Karl Malone who I've been comparing him to this playoff.

Karl Malone's playoff stats (193 games)
24.7 PPG, 10.7 RPG, 3.2 APG, 73.6 FT%

LeBron's 3,026 playoff points has him at #19 on the all time playoff scoring list directly ahead of first ballot HOFers like James Worthy, Clyde Drexler, Reggie Miller, and Charles Barkley. Think about that for a second, all the great moments and playoff games those guys have had in their careers, LeBron at 27 has already surpassed them.

His playoff career scoring average of 28.8 rests at #4 all time behind Michael Jordan, Allen Iverson, & Jerry West (all 3 HOFers or soon to be)

Title this year or not, LeBron is already a first ballot HOFer and is only adding to his legacy the closer he gets to a championship. And the reputation of "playoff choker" doesnt hold up.

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Posted 05 June 2012 - 08:33 AM

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In 1991, LeBron's GM Pat Riley sat down and interviewed Michael Jordan (28 years old). In this interview before his first championship Jordan explains how winning a title doesnt define him and how not winning one "wouldn't tarnish his career".[/center]


So basically your argument is Jordan didn't win his titles completely by himself? Scottie Pippen & Dennis Rodman are the only two good players Jordan ever had. John Paxton, Steve Kerr, Tony Kukoc, Bill Weddington, Luc Longley, etc. LOL

Wade & Bosh > Pippen & Rodman

& Rodman was only around for the 2nd 3-peat. Other than those two guys Jordan was surrounded by scrubs. LeBron can put up all the big numbers he wants but when it's crunch time he needs Wade or Bosh to carry him because he can't.

#224 King Taharqa

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Posted 05 June 2012 - 08:45 AM

Jordan was 1-9 without Pippen in his early career, and never made the playoffs without him later in his career. Please keep the hillbilly UNC homer troll stuff in the appropiate forum (college basketball).

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Posted 05 June 2012 - 09:28 AM

Jordan was 1-9 without Pippen in his early career, and never made the playoffs without him later in his career. Please keep the hillbilly UNC homer troll stuff in the appropiate forum (college basketball).


I would love to see LeBron lead the Wizards to the playoffs surrounded by scrubs at age 42.

Hillbilly? I'll post wherever I want you black turd.


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