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Ray Allen is so clutch.....

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James is going back to the Cavs next season, I can sense it.

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View PostBatteredPancake, on 25 May 2014 - 12:02 AM, said:

James is going back to the Cavs next season, I can sense it.

If that happens, the Heat attendance will be cut in half. If Wade retires also they will have to pay people to come to their games.
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View PostBlackSheep 171, on 25 May 2014 - 03:55 PM, said:

If that happens, the Heat attendance will be cut in half. If Wade retires also they will have to pay people to come to their games.
Birdman is old enough to retire, Battier is old enough to retire, Allen is old enough to retire. Wade has injury problems. Cavs have the young talent and players, and are about to add to it with the #1 pick. He would be smart to go back if he wants to be like Jordan.

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View PostBatteredPancake, on 25 May 2014 - 04:03 PM, said:


Birdman is old enough to retire, Battier is old enough to retire, Allen is old enough to retire. Wade has injury problems. Cavs have the young talent and players, and are about to add to it with the #1 pick. He would be smart to go back if he wants to be like Jordan.

He will never be like Jordan because he had to leave and join another established superstar to win a title.

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View PostBlackSheep 171, on 25 May 2014 - 04:41 PM, said:



He will never be like Jordan because he had to leave and join another established superstar to win a title.
Jordan had Pippen. Who cares if LeBron had to leave to go with another superstar? He wasn't going to get another one in Cleveland. They both had another superstar on their championship teams.

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Jordan didn't have to leave, but that isn't relevant. He had to have Scottie join the team before he was able win titles.
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View PostBlackSheep 171, on 25 May 2014 - 04:41 PM, said:

He will never be like Jordan because he had to leave and join another established superstar to win a title.
I just mean win as many rings

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If the Thunder somehow comeback and win this series, Serge Ibaka will make himself a bunch of money, maybe more than OKC can afford with KD and Russ.
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I don't know who I hate more.. OKC.. Or the Heat.. The Vols LoL

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Ibaka is the difference in this series. That said, Spurs are still right in the game and Manu is drilling 3's.

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As for Lebron......his fanboys are annoying. But I understand why he left Cleveland..he literally had NOBODY and made them a championship contender. Sans MJ, I've never seen a guy that can takeover a game like he does. I really don't know who's better between MJ and LBJ...

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Thunder win

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View PostGATORSFAN21, on 25 May 2014 - 08:29 PM, said:

As for Lebron......his fanboys are annoying. But I understand why he left Cleveland..he literally had NOBODY and made them a championship contender. Sans MJ, I've never seen a guy that can takeover a game like he does. I really don't know who's better between MJ and LBJ...
I would say Lebron is the more talented player. I don't see MJ making that Cleveland team as good as they were like Lebron did. Nobody is better than MJ when the games on the line, though.
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I've never believed in refs being one sided until last night. Case in point. 3rd quarter, Patty Mills jacks up a 3 that goes in. Durant, out of control, comes in ridiculously late to try and alter the shot. Patty Mills gets called offensive foul for "tripping" Durant and bucket doesn't count. 20 FTs to 0 FTs in the 3rd quarter alone. I admit that the Spurs def became the jump shooting team that game, but the FT discrepancy was ridiculous.

And I maybe just saying this because I'm a spurs fan, but Ibaka needs to slow it down a little. He hobbled off in the 3rd going into the locker room and came back to play in the 4th. He's so doped up on toradol and steroid shots he's not gonna feel if/when he hurts that calf even more. I'd feel bad if his injury got even worse because he was pressured into playing much too soon.






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