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Re: The 2012 NBA playoffs

Postby Real » Wed Jun 06, 2012 3:27 pm

Sir Clinksalot wrote:It's always a good thing when LeChump loses.


Thank you. ha. So far, one of my XBL names wont need to be changed. LebronHazNoRing


But seriously, theres no excuses for him and that team now. Wade took a team to win a title. Now Wade has LeChoke and Bosh and they cant close these games out? I dont care if theyre injured, so are the Celtics, even more so. But it just shows how fragile that system is with those 3 players. It all has to be perfect or it goes horribly wrong. Lebrons language after the game was perplexing too. Talking about "give ourselves a chance" HUH?! Thats how you talk in Golf because of how its played. You are LeBron James. You have Dwayne Wade. Please dont tell me you go out there and your thought is "Lets just give ourselves a chance". They are way better than that. It should be "Were going to go out here and win this" Just, so much defeated language from LeBron. Its almost like if the teams dont lay down for him, he cant be bothered to really push it to that next level.

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Re: The 2012 NBA playoffs

Postby Hilltopper39 » Fri Jun 08, 2012 8:06 am

I really thought the Celtics were going to win the series last night but Lebron was unbelievable. Now I'd be shocked if they lost in Miami on Saturday. I'm pulling for the Celtics but Miami OKC would be a much more entertaining sereis.

All the Lebron haters out there always give me a good laugh, yeah he probably could have handled the whole decision thing a little differently but besides that what has he really done wrong? That's a topic of discussion for a different place and time but as someone who is fairly unbiased towards him it 's amazing the amount of pure hatred that he receives, and all for what? Leaving for green pastures? I am glad that he has more or less fully embraced the role of NBA heel at this point, makes it interesting.

Anyways, the playoffs have been a lot of fun to watch so far and I expect the Miami OKC series to be fantastic. It also might set a post season record for amount of ridiculous outfits featuring fake glasses :roll: .

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Re: The 2012 NBA playoffs

Postby BeemerBoy » Fri Jun 08, 2012 10:25 am

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Re: The 2012 NBA playoffs

Postby Hilltopper39 » Fri Jun 08, 2012 11:57 am

That was great, but the sad thing is that if anyone actually wore an outfit like that I wouldn't be that surprised.

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Re: The 2012 NBA playoffs

Postby molemaster43 » Sat Jun 09, 2012 8:10 am

Ugh, Heat. LeBron James is that one player in the NBA that really irks me in the wrong direction. Sure he is good, but he is just, ughh. I've never liked him. Not as a Heat, not as a Cavalier, not ever. I am really wanting Boston to pull it off because I am a huge Paul Pierce fan (favorite player in the NBA) and I am also a fan of the Thunder. I like Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook, and James Harden (Fear the beard). Even though Heat vs. Thunder would be more exciting, the Celtics are my favorite team and I have been a fan all of my life.
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Re: The 2012 NBA playoffs

Postby Ed Farmer » Tue Jun 19, 2012 8:13 pm

If Miami holds on tonight, I'm going to be forced to avoid all forms of media for about 5 months. I enjoy life the way it is right now- without the James/Wade/Bosh version of the Heat having a Larry O'Brien Championship Trophy. I'd happily endure a 1/2 year of being completely oblivious to anything going in the world if it meant holding on to that serene and beautiful way of life for an extra few months.
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Re: The 2012 NBA playoffs

Postby Hilltopper39 » Wed Jun 20, 2012 6:40 am

I'm almost pulling for Miami a little at this point just so people might get off Lebron's case a little bit. I know he made some dumb mistakes in the past but come one, the guy will probably go down as one of the top 5 players of all time lets all try to enjoy it just a little while he's still in his prime.

It's been a competitive series, but I think Miami will wrap it up on Thursday. I was wanting it to go 7 games but don't think that's gonna happen.

I also have a feeling that we might see Miami and OKC in the finals together 4 out of the next 6 years or something like that. They're both gonna be good for a while.

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Re: The 2012 NBA playoffs

Postby Sir Clinksalot » Wed Jun 20, 2012 8:57 am

I've watched maybe 5 minutes of the Finals ... total.

It's really like the first 46 minutes of any basketball game don't matter. They drag out the last 2 minutes so much it's just ridiculous.

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Re: The 2012 NBA playoffs

Postby mcjaco » Wed Jun 20, 2012 12:17 pm

Hilltopper39 wrote:I also have a feeling that we might see Miami and OKC in the finals together 4 out of the next 6 years or something like that. They're both gonna be good for a while.


I'd say the same. The Bulls will be bad next year without D-Rose, and possibly Deng out for surgery. And I know they're basically waiting to shop Boozer now.

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Re: The 2012 NBA playoffs

Postby Hilltopper39 » Thu Jun 21, 2012 5:30 am

^Yeah, the Bulls might be down next year but they'll be fine once Rose is back. The real threat to the Heat or Thunder in the future will probably be who ever Dwight Howard ends up with. I really have no idea who that's going to be at this point should make for an interesting off season.

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