Discussion in 'User Topics' started by mikeconley11, Jan 15, 2018.
I think you could have said Wankerlain, lol. This is a pretty liberal forum.
HICKORY!! haha indiana beating up on the Cavs makes me happy
I predict that the Rockets will win the Championships. Who wants to bet?
id rather eat cat shit with a knitting needle i aint touchin it
I bet you 6 children that the Warriors win
i hope Hickory sweeps the Cavs. its time for that experiment to end in a miserable way. taking bets on what team lebitch tries to join this off-season and I'm betting on the rockets
There's no way they get swept, I predicted Cavs in 7 before and I'll stick to it!
Grizzlies draft pick + Gasol for Lebron?
yeah i mean ur scenario is more sensible but ill just say cavs looked horrible last night on home court. thats why I'm happy but... mmm naw leCunt wont go grizzly's he's looking for an easy ring, he's try to join rockets, or GS, or Twolves, or Okc
Yeah, but I can dream
I think he either stays at Cavs or leaves for the Rockets, 50/50 for me.
ur right about something tho that Philly team looks extremely dangerous. Raps are gonna have to pick up another piece or two to deal with them soundly next year cuz this year they aren't that much of a threat but next year? look out
They're a threat now! What was this, their 17th win in a row?
Lebron to Raps
But the NBA head honchos usually try to block the formation of super-teams. An example would be when they blocked Chris Paul from joining the Lakers.
Wrong. The NBA owned the Hornets, they were majority shareholders of the team so they had the authority to veto the trade to the Lakers. Buuut, the NBA does not own any team in this league and therefore don't have the authority to veto any trade.
So Lebron can join the Warriors if he chooses.
That's the excuse that they used but they generally want more parity in the NBA or else revenue might decrease if fewer teams are winners consistently and other teams are bottom-dwellers all of the time.
I agree that's what they want, but they don't have the power to do anything about it currently. Why didn't they veto the Durant trade to the Warriors? 2nd best player in the league who is gonna be a HoF'er going to the team who just set the record for most wins in a season. That seems like something they should have veto'd.
I'm saying that they will if they can.
But they can't so they won't
They can create new rules that are partial in favor of parity.
Nah, NBA teams are businesses. Decisions are always up to the owners. Plus Adam Silver seems like a good commissioner, he wouldn't do that.
we've been overlooking a key thing here and thats playoff experience. look at what the heat did to philly tonight so I'm rooting for the heat and hickory in their perspective series because a. besides labron they have more playoff experience and b. raps deserve an easy path to the finals for once. (cuz i know the Cavs purposely try to meet us in the 2nd round every single year)
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