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I think a lot of cp's more embarrassing moments come from him trying too hard 

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post #46292 of 93193
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Lillard is that lame junior in high school that can't find a date to homecoming so he posts a selfie on IG and lists all the reasons why girls are missing out. Then all his friends leave his senior year and he's stuck kicking it with freshman.

:rollin

post #46293 of 93193
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cant wait for the sequel to this quote :rollin

 

 

when you don't have someone writing your question, you sound just like this ...

 

SMH

 

HURT A LOT EASIER  - what is that suppose to mean?

post #46294 of 93193
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Honestly, man. That's just silly. There are a lot of criticisms that fairly are thrown CP's way, but suggesting he doesn't like to/want to work out is ridiculous. He works out very hard. You don't get to be a perennial all-star in the NBA at 6'1" without working hard. Just because he's not cut up doesn't mean he doesn't work out. You guys like to make sound like he's Oliver Miller or something.

agreed. i dislike cp for his antics and how he conducts himself on the court.

 , his game or work ethic not being one of them . cp isnt fat neither is melo yet people always call them fat. i dont get those jokes. 

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Son could easily be 1-5 laugh.gif geesh

You can say this for just about every superstar with rings laugh.gif

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I know I'm late but CP3 is that corny kid in gym class that falls and "hurts his ankle" twenty seconds into jogging laps so he doesn't have to work out anymore

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You can say this for just about every superstar with rings laugh.gif
but not the goat.
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cant wait for the sequel to this quote :rollin

 

 

when you don't have someone writing your question, you sound just like this ...

 

SMH

 

HURT A LOT EASIER  - what is that suppose to mean?

bout to cap off the trilogy this year

 

 

or would he rather not make the finals than go 2-5 8o

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post #46300 of 93193
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The Warriors fans always "supporting" the team is one of the funniest lies that's been going on for a while now. Ignore the fact that they were near the bottom of the league in attendance and attendance % year after year prior to their playoff appearance. I'm schleep doe.


I'll begin with the 90's since I moved to the Bay Area from Chicago in the early 90's.


From 1989-90 season through the 1996-97 season, they averaged a sellout. When the coliseum got re-done and increased seating capacity, yes it took some years to get close to averaging a sell out.


It dipped in 97-98, which had a team that went 19-63 and had the likes of Dampier, Tony Delk, Donyell Marshall, Felton Specer, Joe Smith, and most important, Spree choking out the coach


After the lockout year, they had increased averages and beginning in the mid-2000's, again featuring teams that didn't amount to much, they were averaging over 18,000


The fact they could get even 10,000 people to go to these games with some of these rosters and a terrible ownership actually shows the support they've had over the years. Have they increased in popularity? Absolutely, however, since they're the only franchise in the greater Bay Area, they've been supported quite well over the years relative to the **** product they've offered

Repped. Great points. Cereal. I started in 2000, I believe, because that was as far as the data went.

But just like any other franchise, when they are bad, they have a difficult time selling tickets. When they're entertaining/good they sell a lot. There's a misconception that they've been one of the top in attendance every year.

Let's not forget how happy they were about the direction the franchise was going a few years ago when they started making moves to bring in the players they have now.

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post #46301 of 93193
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I think a lot of cp's more embarrassing moments come from him trying too hard 

I actually agree with this .... and bet Chester has a montage of gifs on deck that help prove it
" . . . what a long, strange trip its been . . . " The Grateful Dead, "Truckin'" (and a good summary of my life as an LA Clippers fan)
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You can say this for just about every superstar with rings laugh.gif

No you can't
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Let's not forget how happy they were about the direction the franchise was going a few years ago when they started making moves to bring in the players they have now.

Repped both. I've been in the Bay Area since 89.  I was the typical 90s kid who idolized MJ but always watched the Warriors because they were the local team.  It was hard to be a Warrior fan.  I'm a huge AI fan and my dad used to get my brother and I tickets every year he came to play.  There was a time when a lot of people (myself included) used to go to Warrior games to watch the other teams superstar.  I'm not ashamed to say I hated the Monta trade either hahaha.  I pretty much have eaten my words since then.  

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I agree here.  I like LBJ.  I'm also a Warrior fan haha (puts on helmet).  I think Lebron will obviously go down as one of the greats but I also see why he is one of the most hated.  I blame immaturity, social media covering his every move, and ESPN (they love this guy).  

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I agree here.  I like LBJ.  I'm also a Warrior fan haha (puts on helmet).  I think Lebron will obviously go down as one of the greats but I also see why he is one of the most hated.  I blame immaturity, social media covering his every move, and ESPN (they love this guy).  

he loves himself
was told he was chosen1 and he took it and ran with it
all guys have an ego but this guy is on another level
post #46307 of 93193
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I agree here.  I like LBJ.  I'm also a Warrior fan haha (puts on helmet).  I think Lebron will obviously go down as one of the greats but I also see why he is one of the most hated.  I blame immaturity, social media covering his every move, and ESPN (they love this guy).  

i don't know he really ranks among the greats ....

 

Like yes he was the youngest, but MJ was the fastest ....

 

Yes he was more efficient, but he never took the game over (Early on) .....

 

He went to the finals 6 times, but lost 4 and 2 were with arguably some of the NBA's players ....

 

Yes he drove to the hole, but cry/flop and got a call the majority of the time ....

 

Yes he played for his coaches, but he never listen to his coaches and/or embraced them ....

 

Yes he made decisions, but the majority bad for his image ....

 

Yes he wants to be in his mount Rushmore, but why, if he dont like the critics to compare ....

 

When he won he took all the credit, when he lost he shifted all the blame ....

 

He had no choice to accept defeat, but he critize the opponent for easier schedules ..

 

I mean I can go on ... this guy might look good in stats book but to the historians he will go down as the man that almost could but never could ....

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Let's not forget how happy they were about the direction the franchise was going a few years ago when they started making moves to bring in the players they have now.

The fact of the matter was, we all thought Larry Ellison was going to buy the team and given his history, money would be no object and we would be relevant damn near overnight.

Also, Lacob had a history prior to being the show and not one of us wanted him to be that. Put a winning team together and get out of the way. To his credit, he did just that and shied away from direct spotlight.

Lacob, to many, was also criticized for the David Lee deal...I get why and how it got done and as it turns out David Lee had plenty of Warrior fans (not me)...
...and the Golden State would never paper hate...
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True.  But what great athlete isn't this arrogant?  MJ was running around calling himself "Black Jesus."  Kobe was pretty arrogant as well.  I think that's what makes them who they are.  They have to have that side to them.  I also feel like Lebron is part of the younger generation that has been sucked into social media/instant gratification/putting everything out there.  Everything he does is broadacasted either by the media or himself.  It's like when a movie star or musician comes out and you see them everywhere.  

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Lue in for a rude awakening. Lebron is going to take away his authority little by little until he has nothing left, and it'll start the moment he tries something Lebron doesn't agree with laugh.gif


God, if this happens, I might die of evil joy.
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No you can't

yes you can. People can say whatever they want .

 

doesn't make it true tho. 

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i don't know he really ranks among the greats ....

 

Like yes he was the youngest, but MJ was the fastest ....

 

Yes he was more efficient, but he never took the game over (Early on) .....

 

He went to the finals 6 times, but lost 4 and 2 were with arguably some of the NBA's players ....

 

Yes he drove to the hole, but cry/flop and got a call the majority of the time ....

 

Yes he played for his coaches, but he never listen to his coaches and/or embraced them ....

 

Yes he made decisions, but the majority bad for his image ....

 

Yes he wants to be in his mount Rushmore, but why, if he dont like the critics to compare ....

 

When he won he took all the credit, when he lost he shifted all the blame ....

 

He had no choice to accept defeat, but he critize the opponent for easier schedules ..

 

I mean I can go on ... this guy might look good in stats book but to the historians he will go down as the man that almost could but never could ....

New age of basketball...new breed of basketball players.  80s, 90s and early 00's were the golden eras.  Now I see why they want kids to go to college even if they have the talent to jump to the league.  You have to have your head on right, especially if you are headed to stardom.  

 

You saw this with Lebron super early on especially with "The Decision,"  how he handled interviews after losing to Dallas, making fun of Dirk during the Finals, etc.  I know Kobe was labeled as a weirdo and not really a good teammate early on (maybe still haha).  

 

If you dissect all of the greats and point out all the negatives then yea, you could go on and on.  LBJ is going to be the most scrutinized athlete because of the era we are currently in.  He did bring some of it on to himself, for sure.  

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New age of basketball...new breed of basketball players.  80s, 90s and early 00's were the golden eras.  Now I see why they want kids to go to college even if they have the talent to jump to the league.  You have to have your head on right, especially if you are headed to stardom.  

 

You saw this with Lebron super early on especially with "The Decision,"  how he handled interviews after losing to Dallas, making fun of Dirk during the Finals, etc.  I know Kobe was labeled as a weirdo and not really a good teammate early on (maybe still haha).  

 

If you dissect all of the greats and point out all the negatives then yea, you could go on and on.  LBJ is going to be the most scrutinized athlete because of the era we are currently in.  He did bring some of it on to himself, for sure.  

you have talented superstars in this league that can act the same way, but they DONT!

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Who are thsee superstars?

Duncan? Dirk? Steph?
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post #46316 of 93193
You're pretty naive if you believe the narrative that's being put out. Bron didn't explicitly go to management this year and say fire him but....it was NO secret he didn't like Blatt. Fact of the matter is he's only won when he's been held accountable. His entire life. Cleveland won't succeed the way they're currently handling things
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kobe with the sweet block on timmy last night. gonna miss these two legends when they are gone


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Duncan and Steph went to college and Dirk grew up in Europe (I think he might have played professionally beforehand????) so all 3 came in to the league somewhat mature already.  I am just saying, is there any other NBA superstar under the microscope the way LBJ is??? Everything he does is broadcasted for everyone to see.  I totally agree with what everyone is saying in that he has made some big mistakes that he is paying for as we speak.  

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Who are thsee superstars?

Duncan? Dirk? Steph?

SuperStars in my eyes

 

KL

PG

KD

AD

SC

 

etc .....

 

But yeah you can throw Duncan and Dirk .. What's wrong with that?

 

Point Blank Lebron is a cancer and I can't wait for him to be gone from the league .....

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I'm surprised that Blatt lasted this long.  I thought he'd be gone the first skid during the first year. And let's be honest, the Cavs weren't going to win with Blatt.  The job was too big.  

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