Miami Heat beat Thunder to take 2-1 lead in NBA finals

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June 17 -- The Miami Heat held off the Oklahoma City Thunder 91-85 to take a two-games-to-one lead in the National Basketball Association Finals.
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harvey

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#21
Jun 20, 2012
 
haterthefag wrote:
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like some beastiality boy from cornhick Columbus even has an NBA team to root for. STFU loser d-bag
Ghetto punk talkin' smack, droppin' trou in alleys to get money for crack...LOL
gup

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#22
Jun 20, 2012
 
harveythedouche wrote:
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Ghetto punk talkin' smack, droppin' trou in alleys to get money for crack...LOL
Squeeze your testicles very tightly for the next 10 minutes. Let us know if this helps your resentment any.
harvey

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#23
Jun 20, 2012
 
gulp wrote:
Please, squeeze my testicles very tightly with your lips for the next 10 minutes. I'll let you know if this helps my resentment any.
No thanks. Go ask LeBron.
Go Blue

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#24
Jun 20, 2012
 
Turn out the lights, the party's over....they say that all, good things must end.....
gup

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#25
Jun 20, 2012
 
HIVharvey wrote:
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Thanks. I'll ask LeBron to gimme a squeeze.
Sorry, he's in the process of winning a championship right now. Try back later.
gup

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#26
Jun 20, 2012
 
Turns out wildass jumpshots can't win a Championship after all. Oh well OKC fans, always next year.
gup

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#27
Jun 20, 2012
 
And all the Lebron Haters will have to find someone else to put down to make their own lives a little less miserable.

“Timshel”

Since: Jan 12

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#28
Jun 20, 2012
 
harvey wrote:
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Idiot. You know nothing about basketball. F--- off.
Keep hating. Let it consume you more. You've shut yourself off to all reason and objectivity so there's just no point conversing with you further.

I'll leave you with this:

The Cavs BEFORE LBJ in the 200203 season finished with the third-worst record in franchise history 17W65L.

The Cavs WITH LBJ went for 351W and 218L.

The Cavs AFTER LBJ in the 2010-2011 season went 19W - 63L.

The Cavs in the 2011-2012 season went 21W - 45L.

Stats hardly ever lie and they ring true in this case. LBJ CARRIED the Cavs because if what you said was true about the Cavs, saying that they actually had/have a good team they would still be relevant but they're the furthest thing from it. When LBJ took his talents to south beach all the talent left the Q. Stats prove it to be true.

In the 1993-1994 Chicago Bulls season WITHOUT Michael Jordan, they still went 55 - 27 and made it to the 2nd round and lost in 7 to the Knicks. Now that's A TEAM. School's out Harvey. Hope you learned but I understand ignorance never does.

“Timshel”

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gup wrote:
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Squeeze your testicles very tightly for the next 10 minutes. Let us know if this helps your resentment any.
He wont feel anything. Gotta have the goods first and foremost.
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Jun 20, 2012
 
harvey wrote:
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Ghetto punk talkin' smack, droppin' trou in alleys to get money for crack...LOL
Yeah, he coulda been a buckeye.....
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#31
Jun 22, 2012
 
the heat is still on...
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#32
Jun 22, 2012
 
God Bless Lebron James, Dwayne Wade and the Miami Heat.....
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#33
Jun 22, 2012
 
miami heat wrote:
the heat is still on...
yeah...heat is still on...
Ginobili

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#34
Jun 22, 2012
 
That's why I say LJ is the greatest player in the history of the NBA--he is a team player and is very important to any team he played for. W/O MJ the Bulls were still 55-27 Cleveland w/o LJ less than 40% wins.

“Timshel”

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#35
Jun 22, 2012
 
Ginobili wrote:
That's why I say LJ is the greatest player in the history of the NBA--he is a team player and is very important to any team he played for. W/O MJ the Bulls were still 55-27 Cleveland w/o LJ less than 40% wins.
That's true but the Bulls actually has a team. The Cavs were 4 other guys LBJ HAD to carry. Also, without MJ the Bulls DON'T GET 6 rings and if Jordan didn't "retire" it would've been 7 straight titles.

Until LBJ gets the MJ mentality he will never be as good from top to bottom. Just being a juggernaut isn't enough as this is only LBJ's 1st title and remember MJ NEVER had players the quality of D-Wade and Bosh on his squad. Pippen was the closest to it.
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Jun 23, 2012
 

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Ginobili wrote:
That's why I say LJ is the greatest player in the history of the NBA--he is a team player and is very important to any team he played for. W/O MJ the Bulls were still 55-27 Cleveland w/o LJ less than 40% wins.
Who the f*ck are you...Stuart Scott....MJ is best ever....

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