First To Five: Kobe, Shaq or Tim Duncan?

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I was watching Pardon the Interruption a few days ago when I saw an interesting question posed: Who will win their fifth ring first: Kobe Bryant, Shaquille O'Neal or Tim Duncan... by Mark Brown 5 140 reads Preview/Prediction I was watching Pardon the Interruption a few days ago when I saw an interesting question posed: Who will win their fifth ring ...

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#408 May 7, 2010
who knows,let's wait to see it,and cheer our heros,anyway,i think KOBE will creat a new record

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#410 May 7, 2010
timmy

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#411 Jun 17, 2010
The answer is Kobe.

TMD

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Since: Dec 06

Columbus, Ohio

#412 Jun 18, 2010
TMD wrote:
LA wins Conference Finals 4-2 vs Spurs
LA wins Conference Finals 4-0 vs Denver
LA wins NBA Finals 4-0 vs Orlando
LA wins NBA Finals 4-1 vs Cavs
LA wins NBA Finals 4-2 vs Celts
...LAKERS 2010 NBA CHAMPIONS!!

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#413 Jun 18, 2010
TMD wrote:
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...LAKERS 2010 NBA CHAMPIONS!!
6ers might pick Evan Turner and deal him ........ wtf?
johnny

Bay Shore, NY

#415 Jun 19, 2010
Bewitched wrote:
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6ers might pick Evan Turner and deal him ........ wtf?
this is getting crazy, this summer, GM. are really going to earn there paychecks. being able to navigate, thru the draft picks and the free agent market, towards trying to get the right players. to make a competitive championship team. this is turning into a nba reality show, in the. U GOTTA LUV IT.

TMD

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Since: Dec 06

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#416 Jun 20, 2010
Bewitched wrote:
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6ers might pick Evan Turner and deal him ........ wtf?
Hey Sam!

Whoever gets Turner is going to be a very lucky team. He is the real deal, and in my opinion, the best player in the draft.

The Sixers have a history of making bad trades, so this doesn't surprise me. If Cleveland had had someone like Turner they would have beaten the Celts. They need a playoff caliber PG, and a reliable rebounder, both of which Turner can do.

Since: Apr 08

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#417 Jun 20, 2010
TMD wrote:
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Hey Sam!
Whoever gets Turner is going to be a very lucky team. He is the real deal, and in my opinion, the best player in the draft.
The Sixers have a history of making bad trades, so this doesn't surprise me. If Cleveland had had someone like Turner they would have beaten the Celts. They need a playoff caliber PG, and a reliable rebounder, both of which Turner can do.
Cavs have no picks this year. I wish we could get an NBA coach. I don't know if they've even considered Jeff Van Gundy . Phil Jackson may retire, but I can't see him leaving the Lakers. Doc Rivers may be calling it quits. Looks like Byron Scott if he doesn't go to the Lakers.

A PG that can SHOOT in POST SEASON! And Cavs are also going to need a young center before too much longer. That would be a rare find. I don't know if there's one in this draft that we could trade for.
johnny

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#418 Jun 20, 2010
Bewitched wrote:
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Cavs have no picks this year. I wish we could get an NBA coach. I don't know if they've even considered Jeff Van Gundy . Phil Jackson may retire, but I can't see him leaving the Lakers. Doc Rivers may be calling it quits. Looks like Byron Scott if he doesn't go to the Lakers.
A PG that can SHOOT in POST SEASON! And Cavs are also going to need a young center before too much longer. That would be a rare find. I don't know if there's one in this draft that we could trade for.
those are good observations

TMD

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#419 Jun 22, 2010
Bewitched wrote:
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Cavs have no picks this year. I wish we could get an NBA coach. I don't know if they've even considered Jeff Van Gundy . Phil Jackson may retire, but I can't see him leaving the Lakers. Doc Rivers may be calling it quits. Looks like Byron Scott if he doesn't go to the Lakers.
It's probably way too early to know who will be available, but of the names you mentioned, Byron Scott sounds like a good fit. He can coach up-tempo, or grind-it-out basketball, and he has played in, and taken a team to the Finals with virtually no star power.

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A PG that can SHOOT in POST SEASON! And Cavs are also going to need a young center before too much longer. That would be a rare find. I don't know if there's one in this draft that we could trade for.
Well, that's what I meant. Just being a distributor is not enough. The PG has to be someone who can distribute and shoot under intense pressure. And, as I said before, the Cavs need a reliable rebounder WHO CAN STAY HEALTHY AND OUT OF FOUL TROUBLE!

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