Last edited by Kaiten; August 13, 2013 at 01:46 PM.
LeBron without the refs wouldn't be as good as he is. His team is also great at flopping. Also funny how the Heat were lucky that Popovich didn't think about rebounding and took Duncan out. With the Bulls being 100% or close to it, I can see them beating the Heat, whether during the season or the playoffs. They did manage to end the Heat's streak after all.
Of course, the biased refs and the Heat bein good at bullshitting could help them win most games. Who knows.
Didn't the Bulls even end the Heat's streak without their top player in Rose? No reason to believe that can't happen again. The Heat were just too lucky durin the playoffs.
Any Suns fan here? Thoughts?
Oh, look how photogenic Alex Len as become. I hope he's happy
And no, those jerseys look awful.
Last edited by Kaiten; August 16, 2013 at 10:58 PM.
About the jerseys, I actually liked the white one. The sleeved jersey looks much better than the one the Dubs wore last season (awful). And to think there are like 5 more teams that will start wearing those next season...
I also read on Twitter that Kobe said Durant, McGrady, Melo, Rose, Iverson, and Hill were the toughest he's played against. LeBron wasn't even listed. Basically says LeBron isn't as good as people make him out to be, and I doubt Kobe would deny that.
Highly doubt it. Why not use mind games against better players like Durant?
One thing that stands out from that list is that almost all of them were scoring champs.
I'm asking what the need to do that is when he's mentioned other active players as well. Considering the Bulls would be more of a threat than Heat being close to 100% health, Kobe would be better off playing mind games against the Bulls. He likely is good a defender to not consider LeBron that hard to play against.