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    coffee's for closers FrostKing's Avatar
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    By the way

    The Suns shot 64 FT in game 7

    I guess the NBA wanted that Barkley vs MJ Finals

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    By the way

    The Suns shot 64 FT in game 7

    I guess the NBA wanted that Barkley vs MJ Finals
    I am relieved to know you know this one.

    Game 5's is where the series is won.

    The non-Barkley POV of this game is in low quality

  4. #104
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    Okay I drop it


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    What is this?

    We want to see 500 three pointers games

  6. #106
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    What is this?

    We want to see 500 three pointers games
    3 point shots were demoralizing. As an early 3-and-D Euro I have the stroke.

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    You want some of this Lebron?


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    You want some of this Lebron?

    LeBron would have sent those YMCA rejects to the hospital tbh

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    I remember Kobe took a beating from Raja Ball but handled it professionally

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    LeBron would have sent those YMCA rejects to the hospital tbh
    A/C not great back then. Have to limit him to 20 mpg so he doesnt cramp up and be carried off the floor

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    I can watch just about any game, no matter how heartbreaking the loss...except for one, which still sickens me to this day. Guess which one it is?

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    I can watch just about any game, no matter how heartbreaking the loss...except for one, which still sickens me to this day. Guess which one it is?
    I'll guess it's either the Magic throwing the ball away to Gerald Henderson game or the 39 point loss to close out the 2008 Finals.

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    I can watch just about any game, no matter how heartbreaking the loss...except for one, which still sickens me to this day. Guess which one it is?
    The 2008 finals game where the Lakers pissed away a 23 point pead?

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    I said "You know, I haven't looked at ESPN in a long time" so I went to the NBA page and thought "I bet they are talking about Jordan, their savior.." and sure enough, there he was. All this time, it's Jordan. Where are all these other players? Oh that's right, they are mostly boring as and overrated.

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    The 2008 finals game where the Lakers pissed away a 23 point pead?
    yup, Game 4 of 2008 Finals, and it was 24 points I think.

    I was too young to remember Game 7 in 1984, and Game 6 2008 didn’t sting one bit cause I didn’t watch it (or the cheap W in Game 5 before, either). That series ended with the Game 4 collapse.

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    I thought they gave Radmanovich (spelling?) entirely too much playing time in that series. A gimpy Ariza was the better option.

    All in all, that 08 C's team was a real MF'er. Underrated cause they only won it once. But I would put that 08 C's team up against almost anyone less maybe the 96-98 Bulls.

    yup, Game 4 of 2008 Finals, and it was 24 points I think.

    I was too young to remember Game 7 in 1984, and Game 6 2008 didn’t sting one bit cause I didn’t watch it (or the cheap W in Game 5 before, either). That series ended with the Game 4 collapse.

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    Bynum not being there also decimated our front court like nothing I’ve ever seen. ing Leon Powe beat us by himself in Game 2 and even PJ Brown had important contributions. Just Bynum’s presence in that series would’ve been good enough for one win imo. I agree that C’s team was great but none of those guys had any championship experience, just playoff failure (especially KG), so they weren’t how we view them now in hindsight, at least at that point in time. What made that loss especially frustrating was how AWFUL the Celtics were on the road in those playoffs...they were straight dog away from home, yet they managed to win that game. Makes me nauseous to this day...it’s up there with Scott Norwood and the late/phantom PI call against the U in the NCG for most painful sports memories

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    Makes me nauseous to this day...it’s up there with Scott Norwood and the late/phantom PI call against the U in the NCG for most painful sports memories
    Forgot to add the Music City Forward Lateral too

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    The 08 Celtics had one the best supporting casts/benches ever

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    I can watch just about any game, no matter how heartbreaking the loss...except for one, which still sickens me to this day. Guess which one it is?
    Game 6 vs. the Kings because it was too over done and exposed the Lakers even to casual fans?

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    Bynum not being there also decimated our front court like nothing I’ve ever seen. ing Leon Powe beat us by himself in Game 2 and even PJ Brown had important contributions. Just Bynum’s presence in that series would’ve been good enough for one win imo. I agree that C’s team was great but none of those guys had any championship experience, just playoff failure (especially KG), so they weren’t how we view them now in hindsight, at least at that point in time. What made that loss especially frustrating was how AWFUL the Celtics were on the road in those playoffs...they were straight dog away from home, yet they managed to win that game. Makes me nauseous to this day...it’s up there with Scott Norwood and the late/phantom PI call against the U in the NCG for most painful sports memories
    Yeah, you guys need great big frontilnes to win. Always had, always will.

  22. #122
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    Jordan -- last game as a bull in NYC. In the classic Jordan's:


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    Jordan -- last game as a bull in NYC. In the classic Jordan's:

    NBA had to fight extra hard that year to get Old Man Jordan a ring.

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    Only legitimate challenge was Indy. And the game 7 was in Chicago. They got home cooking the same way the Spurs got home cooking vs Detroit in 2005...or the Lakers in 2010.

    NBA had to fight extra hard that year to get Old Man Jordan a ring.

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    NBA had to fight extra hard that year to get Old Man Jordan a ring.
    Yuo

    Jordan was starting to het really slow and his scoring was inflated by BS free throws .

    He needed help even aganst the .... NJ Nets
    Kittles and Gill didnít even touch him and they were called for phantom fouls

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