Lebron = 100% hype

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  1. Purple Haze

    Purple Haze pop warner hof

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    I believe he made some free throws. [chicken]
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  2. G-Rob da great

    G-Rob da great Fear moondog.

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    [funny]

    LMAO!

    Lets look at the Cavs roster.

    Illgauskas = Slow center that can't get back on defense, good rebounder
    Gooden = Inconsistant and often lost on defense
    LeBron = LeBron
    Pavlovic = "honorable mention" lmao, averaged 9 points ppg in the Piston/Nets series. Mostly ineffective and virtually non existant last season
    Hughes = Injury prone, makes bad decisions, good defense

    Marshall = Aging, decent outside shooter but not worth much else
    Damon Jones = See above
    Daniel Gibson = Probably our second best player at this point but you act as if the Cavs had him last year with their postseason success. They didn't. He's a rookie in case you didn't know. He also saw limited action until game 3 in the Detroit series. I don't know why you would call him the "Cavs MVP". MVP don't usually win an award based off 4 or 5 games.
    Anderson Varejo = Good roleplayer with energy off the bench, takes charges, horrid FT shooter and sloppy with the ball. Mostly feeds off LeBron being double teamed

    Rest aren't in the rotation or not worth mentioning.

    Not to shit on our entire squad but they're fighting for an 8th seed without LeBron, no joke.

    It's no surprise to most people with a brain that the Cavs are 12-0 in this years playoffs when LeBron scores 21+ points (until last night when he scored after the 1st quarter when the game was already decided). When he's in a groove and passing well, the Cavs usually win ballgames.

    He's carrying the team. Duh.
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  3. chickenwang

    chickenwang (the) state of the art

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    dude, this argument has been beaten to death.

    person 1: lebron james doesn't play with passion, he's not legendary , he's overrated.

    person 2: what!? he's only 22 - all that will come with time, he's dealt with more scrutiny than any other professional athlete during his first years as a pro, his supporting cast does not help at all.

    ...and repeat. over. and over. AND OVER. until someone shoots himself in the face.

    GIVE IT UP. not just you two, but espn too.
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  4. Brahman

    Brahman Mel Van Peebles

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    g-rob, i think he says such ridiculousness just to see how long of a response he can coax out of you with it



    if you honestly think that though, rippy, it's why you probably falsely think kobe bryant was the mvp of the los angeles lakers over shaquille o'neal in his prime... despite the clutch moments for bryant, the team stayed afloat primarily because of o'neal's dominance. they were always better with him sans kobe than the other way around.

    same thing goes the cavs... lebron james is like their shaquille o'neal in his prime. he's the springboard that opens up everything else. he may look like he struggles more than the others at times, but that's only because the defense is keying in on him more.



    i mean, seriously... do you even understand the science of basketball?
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  5. double ML

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    he does not understand the science of anything.
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  6. G-Rob da great

    G-Rob da great Fear moondog.

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    What about the science of Bill Nye the science guy?
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  7. double ML

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    not even if it's broken down to stupid ppl terms.
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