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      03-19-2013, 06:25 PM   #89
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lebron>kobe. easily.
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Oh come on. Stop with that BS. The Heat has no ref helping them. However, the Lakers had ref helping them in the Lakers/Kings playoff game in 2002. Tim Donaghy. Do a quick search before you continue crying about the Heat getting the refs help.
The Heat had help from David stern and the NBA refs in the 2012 finals
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The Heat had help from David stern and the NBA refs in the 2012 finals
yes also god was on their side i believe?
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lebron>kobe. easily.
LeChoke fans just aren't going to get it! You got basketball LEGENDS saying Kobe is better. LeBrick even admitted Kobe is the best player in the league... How are you going to argue that he's the best when he thinks kobe is....
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LeChoke fans just aren't going to get it! You got basketball LEGENDS saying Kobe is better. LeBrick even admitted Kobe is the best player in the league... How are you going to argue that he's the best when he thinks kobe is....
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Miami has a an impressive winning streak going, in the eyes of the NBA. However, I wonder if the top teams in the NBA had their top players in the starting lineup playing, would there even be a streak to talk about? Boston>KG, Rondo, Chicago<Rose, Indiana<Grainger, and well the Knicks are the Knicks-OLD. Like I said, there are so many bad team's in the NBA, the streak doesn't impress me at all. I don't think this Miami team would be able to win this many games, back in the 80s, and 90s. The league then was much more physical, Teams had very good players, all-star players, superstars, and dominant centers that challenged anyone driving in the middle. There were so many teams that could compete for a championship.The team that won really had to play tough, rough and not complain about calls. Rarely would you see a player " Flop." Referee would allow teams to get physical, but control the game.
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The Heat had help from David stern and the NBA refs in the 2012 finals
If David Stern are helping Lebron then he wouldn't go to the NBA Finals 3x and only win once.

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Miami has a an impressive winning streak going, in the eyes of the NBA. However, I wonder if the top teams in the NBA had their top players in the starting lineup playing, would there even be a streak to talk about? Boston>KG, Rondo, Chicago<Rose, Indiana<Grainger, and well the Knicks are the Knicks-OLD. Like I said, there are so many bad team's in the NBA, the streak doesn't impress me at all. I don't think this Miami team would be able to win this many games, back in the 80s, and 90s. The league then was much more physical, Teams had very good players, all-star players, superstars, and dominant centers that challenged anyone driving in the middle. There were so many teams that could compete for a championship.The team that won really had to play tough, rough and not complain about calls. Rarely would you see a player " Flop." Referee would allow teams to get physical, but control the game.
I think you forgot that they also beat a healthy OKC, healthy Clippers, streaking Lakers, and healthy Grizzlies on their 23 win streak. You do know that the Celtics are playing better basketball without Rondo right? When Rondo went out the Celtics were below 500. Now they are above 500 with a nice playoff spot winning their last 11 home games (before the Heat beat them yesterday). The only top teams in the NBA the Heat didn't beat on their winning streak is the Spurs. I believe they will be playing them next week though.
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Did you forget that the greatest player also won his first championship at 28? Are you saying that Kobe is better than MJ because he won more championship at 28?

Wont you score more points, get more rebounds, and get more assist if you play more playoff games? I'm guessing some people aren't bright enough to understand that.

Wont it make more season comparing post season career averages?
Unless you want to average every post season game till each player is 28, you can do that. But post season average is easier to obtain.

Kobe career post season average: 25.6 PPG, 0.6 BPG, 1.4 SPG, 4.7 APG, 4.8 RPG, 43% FG %.

Lebron career post season avg: 28.5 PPG, 1 BPG, 1.7 SPG, 6.7 APG, 8.7 RPG, 46% FG%.
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OKC, is a championship calliber team, and one of the better teams Miami beat. Clippers, I feel are more of an entertaining team with all the high flying CP3 to Griffin dunks, and lack defense. Lakers are just that, streaky. That doesn't make them good. They have a center that plays soft, that should dominant teams. Kobe is all they really have to make them competitive. Grizzlies are a nice team, but do you seriously think they can win a championship? Boston, like you said are PLAYING better without Rondo. But is Boston a Better TEAM without Rondo? I say no. Rondo played well last season against Miami in the playoffs. When they play the Spurs, they will probably be without Parker. So they beat 5 respectable teams, and 18 bad teams, that's why this streak does not impress me, it validates my opinion.
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OKC, is a championship calliber team, and one of the better teams Miami beat. Clippers, I feel are more of an entertaining team with all the high flying CP3 to Griffin dunks, and lack defense. Lakers are just that, streaky. That doesn't make them good. They have a center that plays soft, that should dominant teams. Kobe is all they really have to make them competitive. Grizzlies are a nice team, but do you seriously think they can win a championship? Boston, like you said are PLAYING better without Rondo. But is Boston a Better TEAM without Rondo? I say no. Rondo played well last season against Miami in the playoffs. When they play the Spurs, they will probably be without Parker. So they beat 5 respectable teams, and 18 bad teams, that's why this streak does not impress me, it validates my opinion.
18 bad teams? When did beating 12 playoff teams being consider bad teams?

A list of all the teams the Heat beat.

Rockets, Clippers, Lakers, Thunder, Hawk, Bull, Grizzlies, Knick, Pacer, Hawk, Bucks, Celtics

They beat 11 playoff different playoff teams and there is only 16 playoff team in the NBA.. I guess the whole NBA are filled with bad teams then, except for the Heat.
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Did you forget that the greatest player also won his first championship at 28? Are you saying that Kobe is better than MJ because he won more championship at 28?

Wont you score more points, get more rebounds, and get more assist if you play more playoff games? I'm guessing some people aren't bright enough to understand that.

Wont it make more season comparing post season career averages?
Unless you want to average every post season game till each player is 28, you can do that. But post season average is easier to obtain.

Kobe career post season average: 25.6 PPG, 0.6 BPG, 1.4 SPG, 4.7 APG, 4.8 RPG, 43% FG %.

Lebron career post season avg: 28.5 PPG, 1 BPG, 1.7 SPG, 6.7 APG, 8.7 RPG, 46% FG%.
Lol lebron fans always bring Jordan into conversations when will you learn?

"Wont you score more points, get more rebounds, and get more assist if you play more playoff games?" You just ended the convo. Peace
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You mentioned 16 teams make the playoffs, which teams with the exception of OKC, Boston, Knicks, Lakers, and clippers would you pay to watch if they weren't playing the heat? Probably none. I'm a Knicks fan, and even though they started the season 18-5, beat Miami twice, I wasn't buying it. Now even being in first place in their division they played .500 basketball since starting 18-5. They will make the playoffs, but doesn't mean their currently a good team. The one team I would pay to watch is Indiana. They remind me of the way basketball was played in the 80s and 90s. There have been teams in the east that were under.500 that made the playoffs.
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Did you forget that the greatest player also won his first championship at 28? Are you saying that Kobe is better than MJ because he won more championship at 28?

Wont you score more points, get more rebounds, and get more assist if you play more playoff games? I'm guessing some people aren't bright enough to understand that.

Wont it make more season comparing post season career averages?
Unless you want to average every post season game till each player is 28, you can do that. But post season average is easier to obtain.

Kobe career post season average: 25.6 PPG, 0.6 BPG, 1.4 SPG, 4.7 APG, 4.8 RPG, 43% FG %.

Lebron career post season avg: 28.5 PPG, 1 BPG, 1.7 SPG, 6.7 APG, 8.7 RPG, 46% FG%.
lol how dare you introduce facts and logic into this thread?! everyone knows that we don't do that in Kobe jock sniffer land

anyway, to be fair - Lebron wins in most meaningful statistic categories in terms of career averages, MVP's, Olympic medals (by a bronze) and All NBA first teams (they are tied but Lebron has done as much in a shorter career)

Kobe wins in championships, scoring titles, dunk contest wins, all-NBA defensive teams and rape indictments

they are about the same in All star appearances if you adjust for length of career
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lol how dare you introduce facts and logic into this thread?! everyone knows that we don't do that in Kobe jock sniffer land

anyway, to be fair - Lebron wins in most meaningful statistic categories in terms of career averages, MVP's, Olympic medals (by a bronze) and All NBA first teams (they are tied but Lebron has done as much in a shorter career)

Kobe wins in championships, scoring titles, dunk contest wins, all-NBA defensive teams and rape indictments

they are about the same in All star appearances if you adjust for length of career
Did he rape someone? I never heard that......
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ehh might as well throw this in here, get yo freak asss athletic body outa here....he just raped lebron.

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lol how dare you introduce facts and logic into this thread?! everyone knows that we don't do that in Kobe jock sniffer land

anyway, to be fair - Lebron wins in most meaningful statistic categories in terms of career averages, MVP's, Olympic medals (by a bronze) and All NBA first teams (they are tied but Lebron has done as much in a shorter career)

Kobe wins in championships, scoring titles, dunk contest wins, all-NBA defensive teams and rape indictments

they are about the same in All star appearances if you adjust for length of career
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Lol lebron fans always bring Jordan into conversations when will you learn?

"Wont you score more points, get more rebounds, and get more assist if you play more playoff games?" You just ended the convo. Peace
Learn what? What is wrong with bringing MJ into the conversation? We all know MJ is the greatest player that played the game and he won his first championship at 28 also.

Won't you use more gas if you drive more? That is what your comparison is based on. Kobe played more playoff games than Lebron when they were at age 28. Lebron didn't even make the playoffs with his shitty Cavs team for the first few season.

Peace? Leaving your own thread?

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Did he rape someone? I never heard that......
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kobe_Br...l_assault_case

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ehh might as well throw this in here, get yo freak asss athletic body outa here....he just raped lebron.

where the hell have you been? talk smack about Lebron and barely reply to any of my responses and come back and put up a stupid GIF of Kobe blocking Lebron?

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lol how dare you introduce facts and logic into this thread?! everyone knows that we don't do that in Kobe jock sniffer land

anyway, to be fair - Lebron wins in most meaningful statistic categories in terms of career averages, MVP's, Olympic medals (by a bronze) and All NBA first teams (they are tied but Lebron has done as much in a shorter career)

Kobe wins in championships, scoring titles, dunk contest wins, all-NBA defensive teams and rape indictments

they are about the same in All star appearances if you adjust for length of career
Rape? You mean the unstable schizophrenic lady who lied to dectives and her bosses throughout the whole trial, and also was in the hospital couple months before because she was schizophrenic, and also the same lady that showed up to do the rape kit with another mans pubic hair and another mans jizz stain, and to top it off she refused to testify wasting a couple hundred grand in taxpayer money. Throughout the case she told lies on top of lies. Yeah they had sex but rape? No.
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Learn what? What is wrong with bringing MJ into the conversation? We all know MJ is the greatest player that played the game and he won his first championship at 28 also.

Won't you use more gas if you drive more? That is what your comparison is based on. Kobe played more playoff games than Lebron when they were at age 28. Lebron didn't even make the playoffs with his shitty Cavs team for the first few season.

Peace? Leaving your own thread?



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kobe_Br...l_assault_case



where the hell have you been? talk smack about Lebron and barely reply to any of my responses and come back and put up a stupid GIF of Kobe blocking Lebron?

You post a stupid video of lebron blocking kobe? Kobe blocked him numerous times and twice in one game
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