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  1. You seem to have missed the part where LeBron would kick the ball out to teammates who weren't open with the shot clock running down. In any case LeBron was not there mentally that series. It was clear as day. Go back and watch the way LBJ played against a strong Bull's defense in the 2011 ECF. That's how the best player on the planet is suppose to play when his team is in need. Then LeBron did a complete 180 against the Mavs. He crawled into shell and it cost his team. If LBJ played against the Bull the way he did against Mavs they would not have even made it to the Finals in 2011. He spent large chunks of the 4th quarter standing in the corner like he was Bruce Bowen. But I guess that was his teammates fault... LeBron, Wade, and Bosh carried the offensive load every season while they were together. That's how that team was built. And Chalmers had a nice series against the Mavs. He came up big with some key shots.
  2. Strong argument. Cuban knows his team won because LeBron was a no show. Making the right play, finding the open player etc is fine when you're a role player or at the very least aggressive in doing so. LeBron isn't a role player and wasn't aggressive at all in that series in 4th quarters. He would often take a couple of dribbles then kick the ball out to his teammates who weren't even open with the shot clock running down.
  3. Are kidding me? Did you even watch that series? LeBron was scared to even take the ball to the rack against the Mavs in the 4th quarter. He didn't do a good job of scoring. He didn't do a good job of making plays for he teammates. He didn't do ANYTHING when his team needed him to be aggressive. Even some of the most devote LeBron fans can admit he dropped the ball in that series. I'm not sure what your excuse is.
  4. LeBron was terrible. There is no way to sugarcoat it. Go back and look at his nearly non existent 4th quarter stats in that series. He played like a poor man's Scottie Pippen. If LeBron brought his B-game the Heat would have won that series with the way D-Wade was playing.
  5. Come on now. D-Wade was healthy in 2011 against the Mavs. He averaged 27, 7 & 5 on 55% shooting in that Finals series. Meanwhile LeBron was a no show when his team needed him the most. That series ended any discussion between he and MJ.
  6. He took 5 threes a/game this season. Way too many for a guy with his size & skill set. He should be under 3 a/game and in the post more. I don't want to get this thread too off-topic. So I'm done talking about LeBron.
  7. I think LeBron's post game leaves a lot to be desired. It's the one area of his game that will need to improve significantly as he gets older if he wants to stay at the top. He's never been committed to the post. And I have never understood why. He should have been dominating games in the post years ago like a Magic Johnson instead of chucking 3s.
  8. The Bucks could easily fall from 6th. They haven't looked too good since they traded Knight.
  9. I believe that I was one of the few 90's kids who didn't like the Power Rangers, Transformers, Pokemon or Dragon Ball Z.
  10. agreed with biscuit!! Holy Hell!!

  11. Your current avatar is excellent. :thumbsup:

  12. Dude, you're on fire with those pics... keep 'em coming.

  13. She's a model. Her name is Ashley Ann Vickers. There aren't many photos of her, though.

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