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Ginobili

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#21
Jun 29, 2012
 
It was mostly Lebron, Wade was only 50% his left knee is so bad that he is going to have postseason operation and Bosh missed most of the playoffs and in the finals he was effective in only several games he was not 100% either. Lebron carried the team. Now since the season is over the Heat needs to address other problems or else they are not going to repeat. Heat need a point guard and a real center. Say you learn this from me.

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Jun 29, 2012
 
Ginobili wrote:
It was mostly Lebron, Wade was only 50% his left knee is so bad that he is going to have postseason operation and Bosh missed most of the playoffs and in the finals he was effective in only several games he was not 100% either. Lebron carried the team. Now since the season is over the Heat needs to address other problems or else they are not going to repeat. Heat need a point guard and a real center. Say you learn this from me.
You're a fraud. A COMPLETE fraud in fact.

You know nothing about pro basketball, the Heat just won it all, went to the Finals last year and will go as far as the big 3 carry them. Their opponent, OKC just went to the Finals as well WITHOUT a "real center" too and last year the Mavs won the Finals without a "real center". Learn this, the NBA is more of a finesse game now and the dominant, slow big-man is going the way of the dinosaur as is on display in LA unfortunately.

Being a locker room cleaner for an NBA team doesn't mean you're an NBA player and likewise about your "college" employment. Get a life fraud!

Emissary From Lovetron

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Jun 29, 2012
 
Championship rings mean nothing. Will Purdue has more rings than Wilt Chamberlain, Karl Malone and Charles Barkley and it means what?

Besides after watching the draft last nite I don't know if Miami can beat Boston again.
And if Derrick Rose is Healthy I can't see anybody beating the Bulls.
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Jun 29, 2012
 
Yes the Buls will be dominant if Rose will be 100% healthy but he is not , he is going to miss most of the regular season and will not be 100% ready for the playoffs. That Joachim Noah he is one center that is really mobile and athletic. The Bulls are a heck of a team. I pick the Heat again next season. With the big three healthy and with Haslem, Chalmers and Cole chipping in they will be okay. Haslem is undersize for a power forward and Bosh is really a power forward playing center. If they can only get Dwight Howard or Bynum cheap and under the cap they will be okay and get Nash or Deron Williams.

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