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Discussion in 'Sports Bar' started by Luminaire, May 15, 2018.
Have too much respect for LeRoid to celebrate just yet. GOAT Stevens is a fucking master though
Yo why the fuck are we comparing gaymond to marcus smart lmao
nice of JR Smiff to contribute tonight with a huge 0 points
Racists have been terrible on the road. This will be 2-2 coming back to Boston.
Because there are a bunch of casual basketball fans itt right now.
Fuck that i hope he gets hit by a truck, we dont want that can at the end of his career. Id rather keep losing than watch him hood hop again into our shit
How will the closet homosexual Shannon Sharpe spin this? will he find an obscure Jordan game with similar numbers again?
Still lost. That makes me feel good.
What position do you play?
I remember when a lot of posters in here thought gheymond was average.
back to Cleveland and up the dosage. It’s not over yet
Van Gundy hit the nail on the head, with his statements about (referring the Cleveland) if you know it's your last year together, and even if you're facing a team that's clearly superior, you should go out swinging, as a team.
I'm actually looking forward to game 3 now. Looks for the Cavs to go for broke.
Have you seen Draymond try to D up quality guards? He's a fucking matador. Shocking the PF defends Centers better. Green is an excellent defender, but his offensive game is 100% about the team he's on.
will Colin Cowherd rip into Lebron like he did Harden for being ball dominant and zero defense, a worthless 40 point game?
I wonder if people would white knight LeRoid if he went to Golden state.
Defensive stalwarts that provide a lot of intensity and intangibles, but usually can it up offensively.
He would get ripped apart by everyone. His own kids would disown him.
The possibility is intriguing though.
Bern: 16/29 for 42, 10 and 12
Love: 9/18 for 22 and 15
Rest: 12/37 for 30 and 20, while playing unbelievably lazy defense and just paying attention when passing.
Lol, Bern is so gone this offseason.
guarding every player on the court.
Clarkson and Nance showing their value on a playoff team.