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  • #242686

    Jimmy Dore
    the comments all say the player sounds reasonable.

    #242741

    I grew up in Oregon, outside of Michael Jordan, I was a fan of the Jail Blazers, I mean the Portland Trail Blazers, but after going off to college in 2004, since then, I wasn’t watching a lot of basketball outside of Kobe Bryant, Lebron James, Kevin Durant, Vince Carter, etc.

     

    After 2004, I would watch just a few games here and there of some of the biggest stars and usually just the All-Star game and perhaps a few of the NBA Finals. For the most part, I was only interested in watching Kobe until he was murdered. I mean accidentally killed, of course.

     

    I always felt like there was a slow steady decline in NBA basketball in just the way they were playing starting like in the 2000s. I say, bring back the Detroit Pistons from the 1980s when they were the bad boys or whatever they were called, basketball was a lot more physical then. But it has morphed into a flag-football version of itself. I want street basketball, no blood no foul kind of thing.

     

    I used to play basketball a lot in the ghetto I grew up in and we played rough. Then when I was playing basketball with other folks, they would complain that I was too physical, too aggressive. I’ll still play here and there but I’ve watching less and less basketball over the years. And I’ve not watched an NBA game outside of a few minutes here and there in like seven years or something like that.

    And then with all the masks, the fake audience of monitors instead of fans in the stadium, the bowing down to China, the promotion of Black Lives Matter (which is a front), the promotion of Covid which people can kill, the promotion of Covid Vaccines which is killing people, all of these things, that turned me off to the NBA to an even higher degree.

     

    But I was already not that interested in anything much outside of Kobe. I kind of liked Lebron on and off until I saw how bad he sometimes performed in the NBA Finals a few times. Like, regardless of whether or not Lebron’s team would win or lose, the bigger concern I had was with how he played.

     

    Michael Jordan played the best he could even when the Chicago Bulls or the Washington Wizards lost, that is a main attribute that puts him over Lebron who was not playing at that same level. I could see Lebron taking advantage of how he is taller and bigger than Mike. So, Lebron would sometimes play like a center. Now, even Magic Johnson played center at times. Scottie Pippen played the center position a few times on the Blazers. But say with Magic for example, even when he was playing the center position, he was not as slow or as clumsy as the average center outside of David Robinson, Dirk, and maybe a few others.

     

    But Lebron at least plays like a power forward if not like a center at times. In a lot of ways, Lebron had potential or opportunities. Lebron is a beast. He is in a lot highlights. But what is important is showing up when you are in the NBA Finals, that is the most important thing. MJ did it. Kobe did it. But Lebron was too much of a hit or miss during his career. Oh, is he still playing? Hahahhahaa. I will still consider Lebron somewhat dead to me now.

     

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 8 months ago by joeyarnoldvn.
    #242743

    I grew up in Oregon, outside of Michael Jordan, I was a fan of the Jail Blazers, I mean the Portland Trail Blazers, but after going off to college in 2004, since then, I wasn’t watching a lot of basketball outside of Kobe Bryant, Lebron James, Kevin Durant, Vince Carter, etc.
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    After 2004, I would watch just a few games here and there of some of the biggest stars and usually just the All-Star game and perhaps a few of the NBA Finals. For the most part, I was only interested in watching Kobe until he was murdered. I mean accidentally killed, of course.
    ___
    I always felt like there was a slow steady decline in NBA basketball in just the way they were playing starting like in the 2000s. I say, bring back the Detroit Pistons from the 1980s when they were the bad boys or whatever they were called, basketball was a lot more physical then. But it has morphed into a flag-football version of itself. I want street basketball, no blood no foul kind of thing.
    ___
    I used to play basketball a lot in the ghetto I grew up in and we played rough. Then when I was playing basketball with other folks, they would complain that I was too physical, too aggressive. I’ll still play here and there but I’ve been watching less and less basketball over the years. And I’ve not watched an NBA game outside of a few minutes here and there in like seven years or something like that.
    ___
    And then with all the masks, the fake audience of monitors instead of fans in the stadium, the bowing down to China, the promotion of Black Lives Matter (which is a front), the promotion of Covid which people can kill, the promotion of Covid Vaccines which is killing people, all of these things only makes things worse on top of what was already a declining association.
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    But I was already not that interested in anything much outside of Kobe. I kind of liked Lebron on and off until I saw how bad he sometimes performed in the NBA Finals a few times. Like, regardless of whether or not Lebron’s team would win or lose, the bigger concern I had was with how he played.
    ___
    Michael Jordan played the best he could even when the Chicago Bulls or the Washington Wizards lost, that is a main attribute that puts him over Lebron who was not playing at that same level. I could see Lebron taking advantage of how he is taller and bigger than Mike. So, Lebron would sometimes play like a center. Now, even Magic Johnson played center at times. Scottie Pippen played the center position a few times on the Blazers. But say with Magic for example, even when he was playing the center position, he was not as slow or as clumsy as the average center outside of David Robinson, Dirk, and maybe a few others.
    ___
    But Lebron at least plays like a power forward if not like a center at times. In a lot of ways, Lebron had potential or opportunities. Lebron is a beast. He is in a lot highlights. But what is more important than showing up in the highlights here and there is showing up when you are in the NBA Finals on a consistent basis as to be reliable, that is the most important thing. MJ did it. Kobe did it. But Lebron was too much of a hit or miss during his career. Oh, is he still playing? Hahahhahaa. I will still consider Lebron somewhat dead to me now.

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 8 months ago by joeyarnoldvn.
    #243176

    Never will watch again.
    Never should have
    Down with the NBA
    Down with Adam Silver

    #243565

    Eric July Weighs In On Influential Voices in the NBA on Vaccinations! YoungRippa joins Chrissie Mayr

    Stand Up Comedian Chrissie Mayr invited and Eric July (Young Rippa) to talk about NBA players speaking out against the vaccine mandate and narrative and supporting personal choice, and the necessity for people with influence who disagree need to speak up because staying silent helps no one.
    Kyrie Irving and Jonathan Isaac among many other NBA Stars are refusing to get vaccinated and disclose their personal, private, medical information despite pressure from the mainstream media.

    #244157

    The league blatantly discriminating and taking a black player’s money and I hear nothing.
    Looks like Michael Jordan “believes science” and pushes the vaccine. Everyone has their own idea about it all.

    #244191

    I do not care about the NBA nor Chapelle, but anyone who is for freedom at this point is a folk hero.

    NBA Star Kyrie Irving BANNED From Team Until He Gets The Shot!
    Anthony Brian Logan
    NBA basketball star Kyrie Irving has been banned from his team, the Brooklyn Nets, until he gets the shot. The NBA does not have a vax mandate, but New York City does… (CONTINUE READING / SOURCES: https://bit.ly/3BCXEO8)

    #244278

    NBA player got blood clots from Vaccine… ‘Hawks told me to keep it secret’…

    NBA player got blood clots from Vaccine… ‘Hawks told me to keep it secret’…

    ‘The Vaccine ended my season, 1000 percent’

    ‘The Hawks told me not say anything about it, not to tell anybody’

    Here’s nba player Brandon Goodwin on twitch saying he developed blood clots that ended his season, “1000% it was the vaccine” and he never played again. But you won’t hear these stories being reported. Just “hey everyone let’s Gang up on kyrie and say he’s ruining the nets”

    He talks about how he is supposed to take blood-thinners

    #244441

    This is a kind of guy who will put in a cattle car.
    This is the kind of guy who will put you in a FEMA camp.
    Wonder if even one NBA player will tell Mark Cuban off?
    Will even one rapper tell Mark Cuban off?

    https://trendingpolitics.com/i-wont-shut-the-fk-up-mark-cuban-blasts-his-employees-who-want-medical-freedom/

    During an interview on the “10 Questions With Kyle Brandt” podcast, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban went off on any of his employees who dare want freedom to make their own medical choices.

    According to the Cuban, get vaccinated, or get fired.

    “It is absolutely positively up to you. But there’s consequences that come with that,” Cuban said during the podcast.

    “If you work for me, I require my employees to be vaccinated, unless there’s a doctor’s reason where they can’t be. Like you — I don’t want my kids to be at risk. So, you know, the consequences of you not being vaccinated is, I’m not going to shut the f— up, I’m going to be in your motherf—— ear driving you motherf—— crazy,” he continued.

    #248271

    NBA Declares… The Vaccinated are now the Unvaccinated…

    NBA Declares… The Vaccinated are now the Unvaccinated…

    Sources: The NBA and NBPA are now recommending that all players, coaches, front office and personnel who are in Tier 1 should receive the booster shot if received J&J vaccine at least two months ago or Pfizer/Moderna at least six months ago.

    NBA informed teams today that all players who received the J&J vaccine at least two months ago will be subject to Game Day testing beginning Dec. 1 if they do not receive the additional booster shot.

    The NBA is recommending all players, coaches, and refs get the CCP Booster shot by Dec. 1.

    The league recommendations, which were obtained by The Associated Press, called for those who got the Johnson & Johnson vaccine originally to seek a Pfizer or Moderna booster. Those who got Pfizer or Moderna may get whatever booster is available, the league said.

    #248295

    And the continuing need to pump this drug into the arms of humans (and billion$ for big pharma), continues.

    Boo$ster$, Boo$ter$, Profit$!

    #249965

    WTF!

    Only ONE game! ? !

    For punching someone in the face and drawing BLOOD? ! ?

     

    #260139

    Just another prime example of why this loser will NEVER be the goat, as he once again QUITS on his team… a team he helped build, as Ryan does point out.

     

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