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SabresRule

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www.ihatelebronjames.com

Yes, it actually exists.

Yes, there is somebody crazy enough to do such a thing.

All I have to say- if HD MM sees that site, he's gonna POSTERIZE HIM!

I checked it out- what the heck is that guy smoking?

Glosses over the 48-point spectacle against Detroit last year, ignores the 50-point display at MSG, etc.

All I have to say is when he went over K.G. 'WITH NO REGARD FOR HUMAN LIFE!'

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that guy probably died and went to hell...

Whoever runs this site needs to GET A LIFE!
 
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BillD1984

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That is a joke. LeBron>>>Kobe. Talent-wise they're pretty close, but the tiebreaker, LeBron is a MUCH better teammate. If there is "The Next MJ" (and I don't think there is), it's LeBron.......not Kobe.
 
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HD MM

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That is a joke. LeBron>>>Kobe. Talent-wise they're pretty close, but the tiebreaker, LeBron is a MUCH better teammate. If there is "The Next MJ" (and I don't think there is), it's LeBron.......not Kobe.

I agree Bill. I argued that case already and even made the case that LeBron should've been this year's MVP for doing more for his team with less.

Not sure if the ongoing Kobe statements are directed at me, but for the record, if I was starting a team, I'd chose LeBron over Kobe every time based on the reasoning you provided. LBJ's potential is much higher than Kobe's. LBJ is still young, he will get his.

However, I did make a comment before this series started that "IF" Kobe wins another championship, (this time without Shaq), he will have to be included in the discussions with the all-time greats. You simply can't take away the mans production in the playoffs.
 

BillD1984

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I agree Bill. I argued that case already and even made the case that LeBron should've been this year's MVP for doing more for his team with less.

I thought the MVP should have been Chris Paul .

Not sure if the ongoing Kobe statements are directed at me, but for the record, if I was starting a team, I'd chose LeBron over Kobe every time based on the reasoning you provided. LBJ's potential is much higher than Kobe's. LBJ is still young, he will get his.

I've been saying this since the ECF last year. LeBron is the best player in the game........period. (I just wish he didn't complain after EVERY foul........but I wish he was on my team)

However, I did make a comment before this series started that "IF" Kobe wins another championship, (this time without Shaq), he will have to be included in the discussions with the all-time greats. You simply can't take away the mans production in the playoffs.

Well said, I totally agree.
 

HD MM

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I thought the MVP should have been Chris Paul .

Yeah, he had a great season as well. That would've been totally warranted. I just think the Kobe MVP was more of a "lifetime" achievement award and didn't necessarily depict him being the "most valuable" to his team this year.

I used this analogy before: It was kinda like Scorsese earning "Best Director" (first & only time he received that award) for The Departed, when he has done better pictures in the past. (Raging Bull, Taxi Driver, Goodfellas). Apparently the Academy, err NBA felt it needed to reward on of their best players while he was still producing good seasons.
 
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