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Kobe has won two titles without Hall of Famers around him. Tim Duncan has won two titles without Hall of Fame talent around him.
It's not a necessity to win.
Not one Cleveland fan is going to say that Lebron isn't one of the best 2-3 players in the game, if not the best. We wouldn't be so hurt by him leaving if we thought he sucked.
All we're saying is the dude doesn't know how to win in big moments, and by big I mean the NBA finals. Keep crowning him the MVP, keep calling him the best player on the planet...we don't care, he hasn't won shit.
I wouldn't necessary be surprised if guys like Parker, ginnobili, and Gasol are hall of famers before it's all said and done.
Can you really say a guy like Chris Mullen and Sam Perkins had a better career then Parker and Ginnobli?
This post was edited by AlphaBuckeye06 23 months ago
"Whatever doesn't kill you...is gonna leave a scar." - MM
I don't think Sam Perkins is in the Hall of Fame.
Mullin is borderline, but he was one of the top notch stars of the league when he played. Parker and Ginobli, other than maybe one year each, have been great role players. I don't see either of them getting in.
Pau Gasol, not even going to sniff it.
People are out of their minds thinking Lebron can't play in big moments. People just remember the big moments he has let them down because there have been so many that the Cavs relied on him.
Do you remember the playoff game against Orlando? I know I barely do because I was drunk, but I remember him playing out of his mind. Lebron would have had a championship already if he had anyone on that Cavs team worth a crap. I don't know why Cavs fans expected him to stay around after how poor that management team was at trying to get players around him.
I remember the cavs lost that series, which is the only point I'm trying to make.
LeDickface was a beast in the Orlando series. Absolutely unguardable. I blame his supporting cast entirely for not coming through like he did. That was 2009.
In 2010, LePussy had more support but it was he -- not his teammates -- who decided to have a public meltdown. That cost the Cavs the series.
The Miami Heat know all about the former -- he was a monster in game 4 and the Heat should be thanking their lucky stars that he bailed their ass out....they looked like they were ready to quit in the first quarter of that game -- and they also know about the latter -- see the NBA finals last year. It is very difficult to win the NBA when your best player has a public meltdown in the middle of a game..ask Miami. For some reason, LeDickface gets a pass for how it went down in Cleveland. F^$% him.
This post was edited by GenieCarb 23 months ago
This post was edited by martchris 23 months ago
Also Dirk won one without Hall of Famers. All I know that the Wade, James, & Bosh gang did not get it done
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