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King Taharqa

2012 NBA Finals: Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Miami Heat

NBA Finals   26 members have voted

  1. 1. Who will win?

    • Oklahoma City Thunder
    • Miami Heat

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I am still here and will say that The Heat have stepped up and played well. LBJ has started playing late in the game the way he should..as one of the best players in the game.

What a cliche post. When LeBron loses you micro-analyze, when he wins we get these cheesy cliche posts from you.

However, that does not make you any less of a moron. Your life sucks so much that your constant cock sucking of James is the highlight if your life. Your are nothing more than the Al Bundy of this board.

You are nothing more than the David Duke of this board.

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What a cliche post. When LeBron loses you micro-analyze, when he wins we get these cheesy cliche posts from you.

You are nothing more than the David Duke of this board.

Still trying to spew your racist crap.

Kt, I don't hate you because you are black.......I hate you because you are a fuging racist idiot.

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Well back on topic, this is a great series. I noticed in the second half of last nights game, OKC made some adjustments that kept Lebron and company from getting to the lane and turned Miami into a jump shot team, not their strength IMO. I am betting that OKC keeps that up on Tuesday. I can really see this thing going 7.

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I dont feel sorry for the LeBron haters. They can dish it out but they cant take it. SNO, God, hatter, and Hate are too coward to post. They run from adversity and prefer the easy route. If the Heat were losing you'd see a million choke gifs in this thread. As for Durant, he's getting exposed as a glamorized jump shooter ONLY. His defense is porous, he's a so so rebounder, and he rarely makes his teammates better or facilitates easy shots for them. 4 points in the 4th last nite after we heard how clutch and unstoppable in the 4th he was. As the leader and face of the Thunder, if they lose this series he deserves the blame. He's got to stop being passive and take over.

It's hard to keep up with all his alts, but SN0 is B Wood (not to be confused with BWood)

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HEAT FTs

Game 1: 14-18

Game 2: 22-25

Game 3: 31-35

Total: 67-78

PFs: 59

Tech: 1

THUNDER FTs

Game 1: 20-27

Game 2: 19-26

Game 3: 15-24

Total: 54-77

PFs: 63

Tech: 2

Now everyone can quit crying about the calls they are pretty even.

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When you are a notorious flopper and you flop in that situation, it is going to be called. The referees are not a joke for that. Tell the floppers to stop flopping.

I don't see why people are complaining about the referees anyway. First of all, this is the NBA. Sorry but if you don't expect some bad calls in the NBA, then you are a fool. I'm not saying it SHOULD happen but it is to be expected - deal with it or just give up on it. Second, did you guys see the Thunder in the fourth quarter? They looked pathetic. They didn't deserve to win.

Finally, King Taharqa, while I agree with you that the James hate is unwarranted. You egging them on and being as cocky as you are in your recent posts as well as unfairly trashing Durant isn't helping the matter. Just giving them a stereotype (fair or not fair, accurate or not accurate) in their mind of what 'Bron fans are.

Unfairly trashing Durant?!?!? How could anyone ever do that!!??!! He is so good!! He never does anything wrong!!! It's not his fault the Thunder lost!!! It's his teammates fault!!!

(Sorry for the sarcasm, I'm not trying to be an a**hole)

My argument is that when Lebron was in Cleveland and the TEAM always fell short, LBJ got all the blame. He became a choke artist. He can't close games. He can't come up in the clutch. But now we see the complete opposite with Durant. When the Thunder lose, no one points to Durant. All the blame is put on his team. For example, in the series against the Spurs, Durant was straight up awful in the 4th quarter of games 1 and 2. But all I heard was talk about how Westbrook is a moron and is blowing the games for them. No mention of KD going silent. Another example of my point, KD hit a 3 in game 2 of this series (didn't even tie the game, just got them within 2 points) and everyone got on their knees for him (even though they still lost the game, people continued to praised him for this unbelievable clutch 3 pointer). Rewind to the ECF, Lebron hits a 3 to tie the game and go into overtime. The Heat went on to lose the game. Afterwards everyone was talking about how they need to break up the big 3 and that the Heat were done.

Do I need to give more examples?

Bottom line, the hate for LBJ and overwhelming love for KD are absolutely annoying. ESPN shows replays of KD hugging his mom every 5 seconds like he is the only player to ever do that (he's such a good guy!!!!!).

I have no hate for KD. I just hate the contradicting favoritism he receives. I think he is the second best player in the league and could one day become the best player. He is only 23 (or 22?) years old. He has plenty of time to develop his defensive game and make a presence on both ends of the court. But as of right now, it's not even close. LBJ is the better player. Hands down. I understand why people hate Lebron (though I think it can be a little ridiculous) but people let that hate create blind ignorance.

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I agree with your post 100% Tyler. Whenever the Thunder come up short, people immediately point the finger at Westbrook, and they never challenge KD to get better. We've seen the opposite with LeBron his whole career. He's always had the finger pointed at him when his team came up short. Glad Im not the only one who sees the double standard between the two star players.

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@ESPNStatsInfo

ELIAS: LeBron 25+ points in 13 straight games. That's 1 shy of NBA record LeBron set in 2009 for consecutive 25-point games in 1 postseason

He's really not that good though....

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What a game this is!!!! The [ace and intensity is INCREDIBLE!

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Westbrook is doing his thing out there. Durant gotta step up if they're gonna win this, though.

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