puffyusaf#2 wrote:JoelMyersScrotalSack wrote:you guys are so insecure
Not when we have guys like you around....
Its like Dr. Buss is guarding the Celtic rim this second half. Nothings dropping
GoatMilk16 wrote:it'll hurt his legacy in the short term, but remember, Kareem had 5 MVPs and 1 ring when he was 33. LeBron could very well be on this kind of trail.
as for multiple titles, lets just wait til he gets one.
wcsoldier81 wrote:Don't be so hard on Lebron puffy ... I wouldn't call a Top 5 player in the league and a top 25 player great sidekicks .. I can't wait for the Heat to add a Steve Nash or Ray Allen next season ... Lebron finally will have the necessary help to shut the haters up
puffyusaf#2 wrote:^didn't even realize that... Damn now that is a stat
puffyusaf#2 wrote:The Spurs have proven they can only go as far as TP goes. But that too is a shocking statement.
How many times have the Lakers the Lakers lost with HCA under Kobe's watch?
puffyusaf#2 wrote:^That is still crazy on all accounts.
Now, I have heard several times that it is "the time" for Lebron throughout his career. The first Finals was easily dismissed because it was his first. However, each year after that he had the "Ok, now is the time" moment and failed. Even so, each time it was dismissed afterwards as some other issue outside of Lebron. No one talks about last years finals, the games against Orlando where they got beat with HCA or the losses to Boston in the playoffs. Tonight, I expect him to put up big numbers like 40-8-8 and the Heat lose. It has been his MO for his career, in my opinion, put up the big numbers in the close-out game and no one will question what you have done.
Will the media excuse him if he puts up big numbers and lose?
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