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Lake Mary, FL

#167 Jun 16, 2009
J in LA wrote:
Face it. Magic belong in the bush league.
J in LA, look at the previous post, and try to find some class.
liveordiebythe3b all

Cleveland, OH

#168 Jun 16, 2009
rrenault wrote:
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Dude You are crazy, the Magic came back on Your team not once, but in every game after the Cavs took big double digits leads.
If it wasn't for that clutch 3 by LB they would gone down faster then they did.
They just out played Your team.
If you can say that then I can say if it wasn't for your clutch three's and super high shooting percentage against the Cavs then you would of went down. Just try and compare the shooting percentage's in the Boston and LA series to the Cleveland series. Orlando has a good team they just didn't bring it to the Lakers like they did the Cavs.
liveordiebythe3b all

Cleveland, OH

#169 Jun 16, 2009
rrenault wrote:
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We clearly got beat in the finals?
Yeah that's why KB AND D fish got their 4th ring and Phil his mmmm 10!
Our team took care of business, unlike some other 16 teams including Your Cavs.
Just don't talk trash to the team then put Yours on an early vacation.
First beat them, then talk trash.
haha I haven't talked trash you doosch, and per your comment I replied to, it sounded like you were another magic fan disrespecting the Cavs. Nobody cares about the Lakers anyways.
Dom_Daduud in Cali

Santa Maria, CA

#170 Jun 16, 2009
bettyboop wrote:
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This writer is a jerk.
Hey idiot, have they put out the fire in the river yet? After watching the Lakers whak the Magic, one has to wonder how bad it would have been if the Cavs been there?
By the way, who under a hundred knows what a bettyboop is? Or is that bettypoop?
Dom_Daduud in Cali

Santa Maria, CA

#171 Jun 16, 2009
liveordiebythe3ball wrote:
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haha I haven't talked trash you doosch, and per your comment I replied to, it sounded like you were another magic fan disrespecting the Cavs. Nobody cares about the Lakers anyways.
You're all dreamers! THE BEST TEAM WON! Get over it!
bettyboop

Broadview Heights, OH

#172 Jun 16, 2009
Dom_Daduud in Cali wrote:
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Hey idiot, have they put out the fire in the river yet? After watching the Lakers whak the Magic, one has to wonder how bad it would have been if the Cavs been there?
By the way, who under a hundred knows what a bettyboop is? Or is that bettypoop?
May I ask how old you are? I said the writer was a jerk for making condescending derogatory comments about the celts and cavs & implying orl will be the faves to win the east for the next several years. He has since then edited his article and took out alot of nonsense. I basically was calling him out for his ridiculous notion that other teams in the east will just sit on their thumbs for the entire summer and not better their ball clubs. Also, I know the lakers would have beat the cavs,,and your point? I figured your age out,,you must be 12.

“Rough road ahead”

Since: Aug 07

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#173 Jun 16, 2009
YSU78 wrote:
All right, enough already with the "this will only make us stronger for next year b*llsh#t.
Cleveland went to the finals in 2007 and got swept by the Spurs.
The next year half of Cleveland's roster was GONE!
The NBA morphs every year with the free agency rules.
Wait to see who gets who in the off-season.
p.s. When the Cavs get the atletic wing defender, Delonte will be able to play Jameer--advantage Cleveland.
Turk will be gone--advantage Cleveland
Gortat will be gone--advantage Cleveland
Wallace, Shaq or Camby/Kaman will try to contain your backin' in, shoulder-dippin, elbow throwin' dunker.
Let's admit it, Orl shot WAY over their regular season percentages against Cle and just barely won 3 of those games, while the Cavs shot way under their %.
You saw in the Finals what happens to a 3 point shooting Euro style team that shoots to its regular season %.
These are the best excuses You could come out with?

Dude the Cavs had big double Digit lead on the Magic.
The Magic shut Your team down and came back and beat Your team, it wasn't just cause the cavs shot way under their %. the was the reason that happened.
The Cavs almost got swept first game were close enough to gone either way, so don't go there.

You should follow Your own advise
"Wait to see who gets who in the off-season"

You may not get none of those players and the Magic may get Turk back.

Don't get ahead of Your self.

As for the Lakers I don't any Lakers fan would be affraid of playing The C's or the Cavs.

Actually most of us wanted the C's this year, but is okay we could wait for next season.

If they stay healthy they are more likely to win east next season.

“Rough road ahead”

Since: Aug 07

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#174 Jun 16, 2009
liveordiebythe3ball wrote:
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At least we have a year, you guys are losing Turkoglu and are spending 50 million on 4 players next year. Good luck filling the rest of the roster on 20 million
Ha ha ha is so Ironic what You're writing.

Yeah You could be right, the cavs may have a year that's all.

“Rough road ahead”

Since: Aug 07

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#175 Jun 16, 2009
liveordiebythe3ball wrote:
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If you can say that then I can say if it wasn't for your clutch three's and super high shooting percentage against the Cavs then you would of went down. Just try and compare the shooting percentage's in the Boston and LA series to the Cleveland series. Orlando has a good team they just didn't bring it to the Lakers like they did the Cavs.
Hey like I said wasn't it a clutch 3 that gave You the victory in game 2?

The differents is that the Lakers made the shots when they counted, the Magic didn't.
That's what champs do, as team they make clutch shot.
If You blow leads and don't make Your big shots the team will not win.
As a laker fan I should know game 4 in the finals last season.

You think the Magic just didn't bring, I don't think it was that.
The Lakers created all kinds of problems for them.

Denver was shooting lights out as well until they played the Lakers then their high shooting % went down.
Same with Houston, saw that should tell You something like may be the Lakers got those teams out rhythm.

Is sad the way You talk trash first way until the Cavs beat the Magic.

“Rough road ahead”

Since: Aug 07

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#176 Jun 16, 2009
liveordiebythe3ball wrote:
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haha I haven't talked trash you doosch, and per your comment I replied to, it sounded like you were another magic fan disrespecting the Cavs. Nobody cares about the Lakers anyways.
Sorry, I'm no Magic fan, but is sad see sour cavs' fan.
Who can move on.

You are so wrong every one cares about the Lakers now they are the Champs and back to back WCF champs.
So they are solid in the west more likely to make it back to the finals next season.

“Rough road ahead”

Since: Aug 07

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#177 Jun 16, 2009
liveordiebythe3ball wrote:
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haha I haven't talked trash you doosch, and per your comment I replied to, it sounded like you were another magic fan disrespecting the Cavs. Nobody cares about the Lakers anyways.
Sorry, I'm no Magic fan, but is sad see sour cavs' fan.
Who can't move on.

You are so wrong every one cares about the Lakers now they are the Champs and back to back WCF champs.
So they are solid in the west more likely to make it back to the finals next season.
SanFernandoValle yJim

Aiea, HI

#178 Jun 17, 2009
It's no mystery how - and maybe the only way - the Magic will return to the Finals: spend money, lots and lots of money. The Lakers spend an incredible luxury tax of millions for going over the maximum allowed by the NBA on salaries, but realize that is the price for success. Of course, So. Cal is the richest part of the nation, with more individual wealth than even New York, so the money's there to be spent. But surely Orlando can pony up a little bit to keep this team together.

Otherwise, little hope.
Paul Bunyan

Cresco, IA

#179 Jun 19, 2009
SanFernandoValleyJim wrote:
It's no mystery how - and maybe the only way - the Magic will return to the Finals: spend money, lots and lots of money. The Lakers spend an incredible luxury tax of millions for going over the maximum allowed by the NBA on salaries, but realize that is the price for success. Of course, So. Cal is the richest part of the nation, with more individual wealth than even New York, so the money's there to be spent. But surely Orlando can pony up a little bit to keep this team together.
Otherwise, little hope.
So you are saying that the "sport" is actually nothing about "sport". Its all about the money and winning. Then why are all those high school coaches always yapping about character building? Jocks, real and human, are puke.

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