"IF U LOSE UR Crying MVP that shoudlnt matter if ur the DEEPEST TEAM IN THE WORLD. give me a break, dont say ur the deepest team then. "
Name a deeper team. No wait, first, repeat 4th grade English, THEN name a deeper team.
warn3rboy wrote:The Kings ARE the deepest team in the league my friend, however, deep or not, take out the team's best player and the Kings WILL suffer from it. What you forget, is that without our best player, we took the team who had the best record in the league for 90% of the season to 7 games. Not to mention Van Exel just played incredible, not his usual self. Being deep is great, but you still have to have certain pieces in play in order to express your dominance. If you're going to say that the Lakers without Rick Fox, is the same as the Kings without Webber... you should take up a different pass-time than basketball.
We can say being without Fox hurt our chances, but we wont use that as an excuse. We're not a very deep team, we play bball with the talent we have. And it's gotten us the last 3 titles. So obviously when we lose a key roll player, it's gonna hurt our team, unlike a mere injury to Webber cuz he comes from the deepest team in the league.
you should take up a different pass-time than basketball.
warn3rboy wrote:The reason I'm not registering, is the posters like yourself. The ignorant, arrogant, obsessive fans who refuse to take anything in stride. Grow up, and then perhaps I'd consider even responding to your oblivious back-wash.
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