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#401 stillshining

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Posted June 12, 2017 - 10:40 PM

Lol our 2001 Lakers record has been taken over by mere percentage points, 15-1 to 16-1. Back then first round series were a best of 5.

To be fair and totally biased, you give those Lakers an extra game against Portland and they probably beat them. Plus the Lakers one loss was in OT while the Warriors got blown out in historic fashion in their loss. The Lakers were undefeated on the road and in regulation while the Warriors were undefeated at home and had the largest point differential ever. The Lakers played a 50+ win team in every series while the Warriors only played 3. The Lakers actually didn't have homecourt advantage one series while the Warriors had it every series.

Lol ok that's enough 😭😭. Congrats to an all time great Warriors team

#402 kball

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Posted June 13, 2017 - 05:48 AM

However you feel about best team ever, this warrior team is among them.

Good for them.

40 year drought and all of a sudden 2 titles in 3 years.

Nothing wrong with that.

Thats a boatload of feces until it wasnt.

 

Can anyone honestly in good conscience argue we didnt just see 4 of the top 10 (maybe 8) players in the league go at it?

 

Kyrie, for me, just moved behind only Curry and Westbrook among small guards.

Ahead of Harden. And cp3. and anyone else.

Dude is as clutch a difficult shotmaker as i can remember


Praying for  1. Youngsters Ballin (Didn't really happen on a consistent basis at all) 2. Miracle Trade (Also didn't happen. And we traded our best player for chump change) 3. Kick Ass Rooks (Zubac exceeded, Ingram tried but disappointed overall)

READY FOR SEASON TO BE OVER!!!

 

 


#403 MysticBlu~

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Posted June 13, 2017 - 06:51 AM

KD as the MVP is excellent, that man beasted though the finals! that boy can play! congrats to him and the warriors.

 

Lol Lebron know damn well he is the father of this superteam stuff lmao!!!



#404 kray28

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Posted June 13, 2017 - 07:37 AM

LeBron saying he didn't play for a superteam is like Trump saying he's an honest businessman.


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#405 kray28

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Posted June 13, 2017 - 07:39 AM

However you feel about best team ever, this warrior team is among them.

Good for them.

40 year drought and all of a sudden 2 titles in 3 years.

Nothing wrong with that.

Thats a boatload of feces until it wasnt.

 

Can anyone honestly in good conscience argue we didnt just see 4 of the top 10 (maybe 8) players in the league go at it?

 

Kyrie, for me, just moved behind only Curry and Westbrook among small guards.

Ahead of Harden. And cp3. and anyone else.

Dude is as clutch a difficult shotmaker as i can remember

 

 

Some of Kyrie's finishes in this series are things I will be showing my son on repeat for years to come.


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#406 Tensai

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Posted June 13, 2017 - 08:19 AM

I remember in Kyrie's draft year there wasn't much noise other than Kyrie, and people were thinking it was a weak draft (at the time).

 

Kyrie (#1), Kawhi (#16), Klay (#11), IT (#60), Butler (#30), Kemba (#9)

 

How things change...


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#407 kball

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Posted June 13, 2017 - 08:24 AM

Some of Kyrie's finishes in this series are things I will be showing my son on repeat for years to come.

True.

 

I seriously cant recall anyone who is as good with either hand, on either side of the rim, using glass or not, facing towards or away from rim at finish, through as much traffic, as often as Kyrie seems to be able to.

 

Freakish talent under biggest spotlight in most important moments.

 

Wish Cle would have hung on those last 2 minutes of game 3.

Its really 'moments' that separated this from being a better series


Praying for  1. Youngsters Ballin (Didn't really happen on a consistent basis at all) 2. Miracle Trade (Also didn't happen. And we traded our best player for chump change) 3. Kick Ass Rooks (Zubac exceeded, Ingram tried but disappointed overall)

READY FOR SEASON TO BE OVER!!!

 

 


#408 kray28

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Posted June 13, 2017 - 09:28 AM

True.

 

I seriously cant recall anyone who is as good with either hand, on either side of the rim, using glass or not, facing towards or away from rim at finish, through as much traffic, as often as Kyrie seems to be able to.

 

Freakish talent under biggest spotlight in most important moments.

 

Wish Cle would have hung on those last 2 minutes of game 3.

Its really 'moments' that separated this from being a better series

 

Game 3 was pivotal. I know they blamed Kyrie for dribbling it out instead of going 2-for-1, but they wouldn't have been in that boat if LeBron hadn't sagged and given up that open three to Durant.


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#409 martin90

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Posted June 16, 2017 - 07:53 PM

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LOL


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