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: May 28, 2014, 10:34:30 PM

Tonights game is a hallmark reminder of that commonly known fact. 

Lebron was temporarily benched for excessive fouls in the 3rd -- the Heat were up by 12. As soon as he came out the Pacers went on a scoring spree. 3:00 later the 3rd quarter ended with the Pacers up by 5.
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#1 : May 28, 2014, 11:18:02 PM

That temporary benching proved to be detrimental, as the Heat just lost a nail biter by 3.

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#2 : May 29, 2014, 08:17:14 AM

Good!

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#3 : May 29, 2014, 08:46:15 AM

"Temporarily Benched"?  He played the least minutes of any playoff game this year.  He spent half of the game on the bench.  That's a little more than "temporarily" being on the bench.

And also, they barely lost.  So the Heat being "nothing" without James is an overstatement as well.


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#4 : May 29, 2014, 10:23:45 AM

Take away the greatest player in the game and of course the team suffers. Rashard ain't having another game like that...but he won't have to. James will bounce back and the heat will win another title. Ugh.

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#5 : May 29, 2014, 11:35:48 AM

They don't need James to play 48 minutes, they have zebras.

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#6 : May 29, 2014, 07:59:46 PM

This was a hot topic on talk radio today. I didn't watch the game, but the consensus seemed to be, all the fouls but one were ticky tack.  Maybe the zebras just wanted t send him a message or whatever.

The more interesting part of that game was Stephenson blowing in Lebron's ear.   WTH?


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#7 : May 30, 2014, 03:49:04 AM

Lance is an idiot.

Nothing without Lebron? Yeah, Bosh hits that 3 and they probably would have won.

Most teams struggle if their top player goes down.

Hoping Indiana can pul of the miracle or SA or OKC can stop the three-peat.

How about those Rangers?

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#8 : June 02, 2014, 11:31:03 AM

Lol I laughed my ass off when he brew in LeBron's ear. Anyways, go Heat. It's always nice to see a championship in Florida.

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#9 : June 02, 2014, 09:36:26 PM

Lance is an idiot.

Nothing without Lebron? Yeah, Bosh hits that 3 and they probably would have won.

Most teams struggle if their top player goes down.

Hoping Indiana can pul of the miracle or SA or OKC can stop the three-peat.

How about those Rangers?


I saw a Larry Bird interview today. He was surprisingly cool, calm and collected. He wants Stephenson back with the team, but they won't overpay him. His tone seemed to be, they won't blow up the team. They just need a few tweaks here and there.


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#10 : June 03, 2014, 10:36:21 AM

Larry Bird was a huge trash talker, but in a funny way.  I once saw him and Ainge go at it in a 3 point contest with just the two of them, funny stuff

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#11 : June 03, 2014, 11:27:57 AM

The Heat wouldn't be as good as they are obviously.  They would probably be like the Bobcats.


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#12 : June 03, 2014, 03:39:36 PM

Agreed, hate when everyone is trying to claim that Lebron has so much help around him. No disrespect to the other players but most of them are old depth players, and DWade and Bosh aren't putting up the same #s before the whole Big 3 thing happened.

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#13 : June 03, 2014, 09:08:29 PM



How about those Rangers?


Who are these "Rangers" you speak of?  I joke with people when they bring up hockey, I say, I am not sure which end of the stick you are supposed to hold.

But a lot of people are saying the hockey finals this year, have been way better than the NBA finals.


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#14 : June 04, 2014, 12:19:35 PM

LOL @ this thread. So 5 players on the court per team. So your telling me that taking one of the best players to ever play the game off of his team (20%) of the players on the court and replacing him with an average player that the heat are much worse? Wow, you really shed some light on things there.

Let's compare that to football. 22 people play on a team, so if you take away 20% of the team that's 4.4 players. So we'll say 5 because you can't have half a player. So your thread is essentially saying that if the Superbowl Bucs team took away Lynch, Barber, Sapp, Alstott and let's say Keyshawn Johnson that they would be not nearly as good. Gee thanks, I'll call USA Today for an interview....


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