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PostPosted: 06/14/16 10:25 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

completely agree with Donaghy. With Green, the Warriors would have most likely wrapped it up. We'll see if Lebron & the Cavs can stop the Warriors again in Game 6 with them at 100%. I doubt it, plus Green will be rested.



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PostPosted: 06/14/16 11:21 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Kyrie was 17 for 24 tonight. That's 70.8% from the field. Incredible.

Only Kyrie and Wilt have ever shot 40+ points and 70+ FG% in a Finals game.



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PostPosted: 06/14/16 7:50 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

toad455 wrote:
completely agree with Donaghy. With Green, the Warriors would have most likely wrapped it up. We'll see if Lebron & the Cavs can stop the Warriors again in Game 6 with them at 100%. I doubt it, plus Green will be rested.


I agree also perhaps Bogut doesn't get injured Confused



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PostPosted: 06/14/16 7:54 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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Kyrie was 17 for 24 tonight. That's 70.8% from the field. Incredible.

Only Kyrie and Wilt have ever shot 40+ points and 70+ FG% in a Finals game.


Kyrie played an incredible game.



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PostPosted: 06/15/16 7:32 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Bogut done for the finals with a knee injury Confused


http://sports.yahoo.com/news/andrew-bogut-out-six-to-eight-weeks-161543546.html



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PostPosted: 06/15/16 7:42 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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Bogut done for the finals with a knee injury Confused


http://sports.yahoo.com/news/andrew-bogut-out-six-to-eight-weeks-161543546.html


Something the Warriors can overcome. A real blow for the Australian team for Rio though.



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PostPosted: 06/16/16 6:43 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Cavaliers Reportedly Wanted Draymond Green Suspended for 2 Games

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During an episode of The Lowe Post podcast (via Dan Feldman of Pro Basketball Talk), ESPN's Zach Lowe reported the Cavaliers wanted Green to be assessed a flagrant-2 foul for hitting LeBron James in Game 4, which would have resulted in a two-game suspension.


http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2646664-cavaliers-reportedly-wanted-draymond-green-suspended-for-2-games?utm_source=cnn.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=editorial



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Cavaliers Reportedly Wanted Draymond Green Suspended for 2 Games

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During an episode of The Lowe Post podcast (via Dan Feldman of Pro Basketball Talk), ESPN's Zach Lowe reported the Cavaliers wanted Green to be assessed a flagrant-2 foul for hitting LeBron James in Game 4, which would have resulted in a two-game suspension.


http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2646664-cavaliers-reportedly-wanted-draymond-green-suspended-for-2-games?utm_source=cnn.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=editorial



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PostPosted: 06/16/16 8:39 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Harrison Barnes after each missed shot:




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Harrison Barnes after each missed shot:



The Warriors look like complete and utter shit. Everyone on the team didn't come to play. They are playing with fire. If they keep this up, it will actually be well-deserved to see them fall on their home court.



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myt wrote:
Harrison Barnes after each missed shot:



The Warriors look like complete and utter shit. Everyone on the team didn't come to play. They are playing with fire. If they keep this up, it will actually be well-deserved to see them fall on their home court.


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PostPosted: 06/16/16 8:52 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

This game sucks.

Can ESPN get rid of JVG? He is the Carolyn Peck of the NBA. Also laughed a little when Mark Jackson was like "If I was Steve Kerr...". You were and were let go. Laughing


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This game sucks.

Can ESPN get rid of JVG? He is the Carolyn Peck of the NBA. Also laughed a little when Mark Jackson was like "If I was Steve Kerr...". You were and were let go. Laughing



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PostPosted: 06/16/16 10:47 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Well, we're going the distance after all.


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This game sucks.

Can ESPN get rid of JVG? He is the Carolyn Peck of the NBA. Also laughed a little when Mark Jackson was like "If I was Steve Kerr...". You were and were let go. Laughing

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PostPosted: 06/16/16 11:18 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

inb4 Steph's suspension for hitting fan with mouth guard


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PostPosted: 06/16/16 11:22 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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Well, we're going the distance after all.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gASM80WaBZM

Yep, they are. The NBA is happy for sure.

I hope the game is more exciting than tonight.



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Well folks, how about that game tonight, Curry lost his cool, fouled out, threw his mouth piece and got ejected. Then Clay walks off the floor before the game was over. Chumps didn't want to walk the line and shake the Cav's hands. Steve Kerr on tv talking about the fouls against Curry, guess he didn't see all the grabing, holding etc that Curry did. Green with his hands on his hips mouthing at the ref's. Had that been a Cav's or any other player they would have gotten a teck. The Cav's beat them fair and square. Game 7 will be very interesting. If the ref's don't give GS the game the Cav's have a chance to win.


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PostPosted: 06/17/16 12:14 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Was a very whiny performance wasn't it, from the head coach right down to the MVP's wife.
The mouthguard should definitely be banned from participating in the next game after the way it attacked that fan.



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Was a very whiny performance wasn't it, from the head coach right down to the MVP's wife.
The mouthguard should definitely be banned from participating in the next game after the way it attacked that fan.


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But you are right about the meltdown. Not a good look... Confused



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PostPosted: 06/17/16 3:05 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Didn't Kerr say something last Finals that was REALLY really weird and borderline inappropriate? When he said he was glad Steph threw his mouthpiece into the crowd... Shocked I could have sworn I was experiencing a deja vu of sorts. But his comments in general were pretty far out there for a coach. The fine should be impressive.


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PostPosted: 06/17/16 4:00 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

But but but I thought Green was going to shut down crybaby Lebron James Laughing instead he went off for 40 pts and Green was nowhere to be seen on defense and offense Laughing Green is a sneaky bastard with an big ego and he found out that Karma is a bitch.

Curry is never going to be suspended for game 7. Other role players (and players like JR Smith) would have been suspended for throwing something in the stands but not the MVP. That last foul was so dumb. Get back of defense instead of going for that risky steal and risk getting that last foul Rolling Eyes

Can someone pls shut his wife up. Getting sick of family members whining about everything



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Didn't Kerr say something last Finals that was REALLY really weird and borderline inappropriate? When he said he was glad Steph threw his mouthpiece into the crowd... Shocked I could have sworn I was experiencing a deja vu of sorts. But his comments in general were pretty far out there for a coach. The fine should be impressive.





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It's going to be a looooooooooooong (and probably embarrassing) off-season for someone.



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PostPosted: 06/18/16 8:56 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Funny, but I just saw the guys on NBATV trying to tell/show the Warriors how to stop LeBron!


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PostPosted: 06/19/16 3:21 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Lebron James has been the better play in the finals up till now.
Lebron James:
30,2 pts, 11,3 rebounds 8,5 assists on 51% shooting from the field
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23,5 pts, 4,8 rebounds and 4 assists on 42% shooting from the field

Who will show up for game 7?



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Win... loss... I just want GSW to sign Durant for next year.. Razz


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The 4th quarter is going to be INSANITY!



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Either the biggest sports victory in the history of Cleveland sports and a complete choke/failure of all-time proportions or...



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Waiting for Ayesha Curry to tweet.





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Genero36 wrote:
Either the biggest sports victory in the history of Cleveland sports and a complete choke/failure of all-time proportions or...


both. Cleveland's comeback wasn't expected & the Warriors fell apart in all 3 games(Games 5, 6 & 7). Didn't expect the Cavs to win all three(it's never happened before). Not a Lebron fan, but the Warriors deserved to lose. Congrats Cleveland on your drought being over. That city will be celebrating for a long time!!!



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Congrats to Cleveland. Surprised



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Lebron James is 31 years old and has three NBA titles. When Michael Jordan was 31, he also had three NBA titles...



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Lebron James is 31 years old and has three NBA titles. When Michael Jordan was 31, he also had three NBA titles...


He's got a great supporting cast right now. Young, too. He could win a couple more. LeBron has great focus. He's going to be there.


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Genero36 wrote:
Either the biggest sports victory in the history of Cleveland sports and a complete choke/failure of all-time proportions or...


both. Cleveland's comeback wasn't expected & the Warriors fell apart in all 3 games(Games 5, 6 & 7). Didn't expect the Cavs to win all three(it's never happened before). Not a Lebron fan, but the Warriors deserved to lose. Congrats Cleveland on your drought being over. That city will be celebrating for a long time!!!


I live in Cleveland, it is now 2:12am and 1000's of people are still all over downtown! Not looking like they are going home soon. This city has waited for a Title for a looooooooooog time! It was a great game and the city is happy beyond words.


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I haven't been this happy since we killed Osama bin Laden. Cool


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I'm a big time Lebron James but, NOT a fan of Daniel Gilbert nor Cavs fans for the way they treated him when he left...Well my my my how have the tables have turned... Laughing

I'm very happy that he did what he set out to do to bring Cleveland a NBA championship though...

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See the guy in the red sweater near the top of the photo? He's the trainer for the Cavs.

I know him as he grew up in my town, coached youth basketball in the same league I did. I'm friends with his brother.

Congrats Steve!
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Lebron James is 31 years old and has three NBA titles. When Michael Jordan was 31, he also had three NBA titles...


But Jordan didn't have to go to a team with two of his fellow all star buddies to win two of his championships though.


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I'm glad that I was fortunate enough to be able witness live LeBron and Kyrie's performances in these finals. Just amazing. Congrats to LeBron and the Cleveland Cavaliers. I was rooting for them and to be honest I thought the series was over at 3-1, but they really came back and won it. Smile



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He's got a great supporting cast right now. Young, too. He could win a couple more. LeBron has great focus. He's going to be there.


No he doesn't. He has Kyrie Irving and that's it.



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Ladies and gentlemen, this is what an over-rated coach looks like. The team looked better under Walton.



He was on the verge of breaking the game open into a double-digit lead and what does he do? He sticks in Harrison Barnes (who STUNK for the past few games in the series and Festus Ezeli. Steve Kerr has A LOT to think about for the rest of his career. If you're up 3-1 in the NBA finals (with homecourt adavantage), you can't lose the series.



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