Discussion in 'Community' started by KnightWriter, Nov 16, 2006.
well, this far this has been a much better game than i was expecting.
well... not so much now.
So...how bad do you think Kobe really wants the Lakers to get swept so it makes him look better?
Cavs are going after Phil Jackson again.
Yes, and LloydChristmas is going after Beyonce.
I'd say both have about an equal shot of happening. Lloyd may actually have better odds.
Go to hell NBA and David Stern.
Someone talk me out of this ...
i'm slightly curious what brought that particular reaction on... darth_gersh
well, things might not end up badly. you never quite know what's going to happen inty. that's sports for you.
No love for my bucks tonight.
There is speculation that this is a bone to Lebron to come back.
Would you like that?
having watched that game... i didn't see very many bad calls either way in that game gersh.
Bobcats fired their coach today. Will MJ get the itch to fill that role himself?
I don't know.
The Bucks **** the bed in the 4th, but the heat had way more calls. Not that the NBA has ever given the Bucks any love.
25 + years without a season opener at home.
don't dispute that the heat got more calls, but none of them were bad. nor were any of the no calls. personal opinion, but i'd like to think it's a fairly unbiased one since i don't have a dog in any of these races.
I don't see why that matters that much.
Like that would ever happen to the Lakers.
Yeah, but the Lakers are a good team...
I wouldn't care about that though.
i'd care more about how many closing games you get.
I realize it's not an equal comparison, but if philosophically it was alright for the Lakers to bring back Phil Jackson in 2005, then I don't see a problem with Mike Brown returning to Cleveland. He got a raw deal this season with the Lakers, and I'm happy to see him get another coaching gig in short order.
the idea that they're bringing him back to lure lebron is pretty funny though. didn't they fire him in order to get lebron to stay?
That they did... I honestly don't see why LeBron would even go back to Cleveland in 2014. Sure, the redemption story is rather tempting, but I don't see the folks in Cleveland fully embracing the return (some would, sure, but the majority of fans?). Staying & building a dynasty (ahhhhhhh!) in Miami makes sense to me.
given how much money each of them left on the table to make the current miami situation happen... i'd be shocked if they weren't willing to do that again.