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    Believe. MultiTroll's Avatar
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    enjoy

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    This is fabulous.
    Watching LeBron and the Cavs overcome the Dubs and DubRef.

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    coffee's for closers FrostKing's Avatar
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    Watching now. Both these teams are meh.

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    Believe. MultiTroll's Avatar
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    Watching now. Both these teams are meh.
    2014 Spurs were the last great team.
    Might not be another for 20 years.
    That's with Corona and future pandemic cures.

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    coffee's for closers FrostKing's Avatar
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    2014 Spurs were the last great team.
    Might not be another for 20 years.
    That's with Corona and future pandemic cures.
    Warriors + Durant are in the conversation


    Final 2 possessions, Curry airballs and 1 legged brick. Lebron 9 of 24 shooting.

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    Thanks, ESPN for reminding us of how great you think Lebron is.

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    2014 Spurs were the last great team.
    Might not be another for 20 years.
    That's with Corona and future pandemic cures.
    6 years later and I'm still baffled as to how we took y'all 7 games with Monta Ellis as our featured guy offensively. That 2014 Spur's playoff team is comparable to the 01 Lakers. imo.

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    Happy New Decade! Millennial_Messiah's Avatar
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    those Warrior teams and Le

    2015-2019 wrecked the NBA forever, and now it'll never be the same due to the anti-defense legislations, silver, every shot has to be a 3 or a layup, 117-110 is the average score, and COVID-19

    I miss 90s and 00s ball where the average games were much more gritty (played in the 90s score wise, really 85-105 was your typical scoring range), defense was allowed, and the Steve Nash-led teams were outliers, not the norm.

    Guys like Bruce Bowen, Trenton Hassell, Kurt Thomas, Charles Oakley, etc would either foul out or average 10 minutes per game due to foul trouble in today's NBA, tbh

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    6 years later and I'm still baffled as to how we took y'all 7 games with Monta Ellis as our featured guy offensively. That 2014 Spur's playoff team is comparable to the 01 Lakers. imo.
    A number of super low IQ SpurFans and others on this site were and are Blair Haters. Blair Haters had and have no clue how good he could be when he was right. He definitely helped put a scare into the Spurs that 4-3 series.

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    Thanks for the reminder that no point guard since has come close to topping the play of Killa' Kyrie in those finals

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    Thanks for the reminder that no point guard since has come close to topping the play of Killa' Kyrie in those finals
    He made many great plays that series.
    Why do you think he has fallen off a cliff since then?
    Too much wanted to be da man. Then realized how good he had it with LeBron.

    Hitching his cart to Durbetta is gonna backfire big time.

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    2014 Spurs were the last great team
    2017 warriors are arguably the greatest team in nba history

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    2017 warriors are arguably the greatest team in nba history
    To Casual Phan ABC Disney brainwashed sheep just wanting rah rah, yes.

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    To Casual Phan ABC Disney brainwashed sheep just wanting rah rah, yes.
    same spurs squad was nearly pushed to 7 by a 4th year steph, 2nd year klay, and rookie draymond

    to think they would have a chance facing them in their primes, plus prime KD

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    same spurs squad was nearly pushed to 7 by a 4th year steph, 2nd year klay, and rookie draymond

    to think they would have a chance facing them in their primes, plus prime KD
    Not "the same squad" goalpost mover.

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    Not "the same squad" goalpost mover.
    pretty much

    they had the exact same core

    only main roster difference was replacing neal with belli

    kawhi had a slight improvement while parker and timmy both regressed a bit

    could honestly argue the 12-13 squad was better tbqh

    but neither squad would have a chance against KD warriors

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    HAHAHAHAHA Spurms lefty's Avatar
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    those Warrior teams and Le

    2015-2019 wrecked the NBA forever, and now it'll never be the same due to the anti-defense legislations, silver, every shot has to be a 3 or a layup, 117-110 is the average score, and COVID-19

    I miss 90s and 00s ball where the average games were much more gritty (played in the 90s score wise, really 85-105 was your typical scoring range), defense was allowed, and the Steve Nash-led teams were outliers, not the norm.

    Guys like Bruce Bowen, Trenton Hassell, Kurt Thomas, Charles Oakley, etc would either foul out or average 10 minutes per game due to foul trouble in today's NBA, tbh
    The anti defense rule existed in the 80s 90s

    You couldn’t breathe on Jordan

    And contrary to popular belief, hand checking and soft fouls were calked on a regular basis

    People think the physical “tuff” defense was the norm because they watch highlights that only show those plays.
    And if you gave to play “physical”/dirty that means you can’t defend for

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    Hand checking was only called if:

    A.) You did it with BOTH hands and it looked excessive...or:

    B.) Phil Jackson was ing about the refs. And he only did that during playoff series in which he knew he had a decent shot of losing.

    It's clearly much softer in this day and age. People think there are more three's launched now because the players are more skilled. That's only partly true. Teams played you tougher back then and ran you off the line. Spurs were the best in the business at it.

    The anti defense rule existed in the 80s 90s

    You couldn’t breathe on Jordan

    And contrary to popular belief, hand checking and soft fouls were calked on a regular basis

    People think the physical “tuff” defense was the norm because they watch highlights that only show those plays.
    And if you gave to play “physical”/dirty that means you can’t defend for

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    Except that Curry and Durant both have beta tendencies in playoff series. 90's Bulls would annihilate them, imo. In fact, 90's Knicks squad would have had them ting their shorts. That is provided they played with 90's era rules. Durant would have 29 twitter accounts defending himself after he failed to come through and got knocked on his rear end all series long.

    2017 warriors are arguably the greatest team in nba history

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    Hand checking was only called if:

    A.) You did it with BOTH hands and it looked excessive...or:

    B.) Phil Jackson was ing about the refs. And he only did that during playoff series in which he knew he had a decent shot of losing.

    It's clearly much softer in this day and age. People think there are more three's launched now because the players are more skilled. That's only partly true. Teams played you tougher back then and ran you off the line. Spurs were the best in the business at it.
    Except that Curry and Durant both have beta tendencies in playoff series. 90's Bulls would annihilate them, imo. In fact, 90's Knicks squad would have had them ting their shorts. That is provided they played with 90's era rules. Durant would have 29 twitter accounts defending himself after he failed to come through and got knocked on his rear end all series long.
    propaganda from 80s/90s knobslobbers


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    propaganda from 80s/90s knobslobbers

    You're a got.

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    HAHAHAHAHA Spurms lefty's Avatar
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    Yeah because Jordan, Tmac, Pippen, Magic neeeeeeever got ejected for throwing a tantrum

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    Yeah because Jordan, Tmac, Pippen, Magic neeeeeeever got ejected for throwing a tantrum
    Throwing a mouthpiece is a whole new level of Millennial gotry.

    Magic would fit in nicely with todays pampered fakes. Pippen too.

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    people don't punch each other enough in todays nba so its gy and weak

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