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PostPosted: Wed Dec 04, 2019 8:59 pm    Post subject:

https://twitter.com/gruden3/status/1202445019501740032

Now this is amazing.
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 04, 2019 9:01 pm    Post subject:

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https://twitter.com/gruden3/status/1202445019501740032

Now this is amazing.

He just wants to be on shaqtin tomorrow,
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https://twitter.com/gruden3/status/1202445019501740032

Now this is amazing.


I love the reaction from the defender
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 04, 2019 10:09 pm    Post subject:

No wonder they miss all the fouls on LeBron. They cant even see that.
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 04, 2019 10:40 pm    Post subject: An outsider's perspective here.

Hello all. Let me introduce myself by explaining that I'm a bit of an oddball- I am not really a Laker fan. I'm from the Dallas-Fort Worth area and I've been a die-hard Mavericks fan my whole life. In fact, not only am I not really a Laker fan, but I've actually hated the Lakers with a passion for as long as I can remember. HOWEVER, like millions of other NBA fans who simply appreciate greatness no matter what jersey it comes in, I absolutely love Lebron. Lebron kept my love of the NBA alive while my beloved Mavericks were in the wilderness. I love Lebron so much he's made me root for the Lakers. The man has actually made me a casual Laker-fan, and that's quite an amazing accomplishment. (And now that I'm a sort of duel Mavs/Lakers fan, the love-fest between Lebron and Luka is a hell of a lot of fun for me.)

With that out of the way, I want to share this non-Laker homer observation, and see what some Laker fans think.

I've watched quite a bit of the Lakers this season, and so far what I've seen has confirmed what I felt from the moment Lebron showed up there- Anthony Davis is not only the best teammate Lebron has ever had, but he's the best teammate Lebron could have ever hoped for. AD is the teammate Lebron has needed, and has probably dreamed of his entire career. He may have won two titles with Wade and one with Kyrie, and he very well not win any with AD, but still, AD is the perfect player to maximize Lebron's abilities at this late stage of his career.

This is one of the most fascinating things to me about Lebron's career. He has always been more Magic than Michael. Lebron has always been more comfortable as a facilitator first, scorer second. However until this, his 17th year in the league, he has never had the right teammates. As phenomenally talented as Wade and Kyrie were, and as much success as Lebron had with them, they were both ball dominant guards. And as much as those guys could score, Lebron still always had to be the primary scorer and first option. The perfect teammate for Lebron has always been a super athletic big man who can shoot from anywhere and dominate off the pick and roll. Isn't it telling that Lebron is about to lead the league in assists for the first time in his career, at age 35?

AD is the guy I'm sure he hoped Kyrie would be- the guy who can carry Lebron into his twilight years. The Duncan to his Robinson. Or even... the Magic to his Kareem?

People can hate Lebron all they want. You can call him a lot of things, but the one thing you cannot call him is dumb. The dude is strategic AF. He knows what the hell he's doing. I have no doubt this is what he planned all along. He had this sh*t all mapped out in his head at least a year in advance. He knew when he went to LA that he would probably have to sacrifice a year of his career, but that it would pay off big time. He knew AD was the one guy who could carry him further than anyone else, and he knew he could get him. For all last year, the talking heads wrote him off, talked of him being washed up, and how horrible his start was with the Lakers. A few short months later, his team has the best record in the league, and he's one of four leading MVP candidates. He's having the last laugh yet again... He knew what the hell he was doing.
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 04, 2019 11:12 pm    Post subject:

Dance moves … in socks

https://twitter.com/ShowtimeForum/status/1202469531051937792
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 04, 2019 11:19 pm    Post subject: Re: An outsider's perspective here.

Thespiralgoeson wrote:
Hello all. Let me introduce myself by explaining that I'm a bit of an oddball- I am not really a Laker fan. I'm from the Dallas-Fort Worth area and I've been a die-hard Mavericks fan my whole life. In fact, not only am I not really a Laker fan, but I've actually hated the Lakers with a passion for as long as I can remember. HOWEVER, like millions of other NBA fans who simply appreciate greatness no matter what jersey it comes in, I absolutely love Lebron. Lebron kept my love of the NBA alive while my beloved Mavericks were in the wilderness. I love Lebron so much he's made me root for the Lakers. The man has actually made me a casual Laker-fan, and that's quite an amazing accomplishment. (And now that I'm a sort of duel Mavs/Lakers fan, the love-fest between Lebron and Luka is a hell of a lot of fun for me.)

With that out of the way, I want to share this non-Laker homer observation, and see what some Laker fans think.

I've watched quite a bit of the Lakers this season, and so far what I've seen has confirmed what I felt from the moment Lebron showed up there- Anthony Davis is not only the best teammate Lebron has ever had, but he's the best teammate Lebron could have ever hoped for. AD is the teammate Lebron has needed, and has probably dreamed of his entire career. He may have won two titles with Wade and one with Kyrie, and he very well not win any with AD, but still, AD is the perfect player to maximize Lebron's abilities at this late stage of his career.

This is one of the most fascinating things to me about Lebron's career. He has always been more Magic than Michael. Lebron has always been more comfortable as a facilitator first, scorer second. However until this, his 17th year in the league, he has never had the right teammates. As phenomenally talented as Wade and Kyrie were, and as much success as Lebron had with them, they were both ball dominant guards. And as much as those guys could score, Lebron still always had to be the primary scorer and first option. The perfect teammate for Lebron has always been a super athletic big man who can shoot from anywhere and dominate off the pick and roll. Isn't it telling that Lebron is about to lead the league in assists for the first time in his career, at age 35?

AD is the guy I'm sure he hoped Kyrie would be- the guy who can carry Lebron into his twilight years. The Duncan to his Robinson. Or even... the Magic to his Kareem?

People can hate Lebron all they want. You can call him a lot of things, but the one thing you cannot call him is dumb. The dude is strategic AF. He knows what the hell he's doing. I have no doubt this is what he planned all along. He had this sh*t all mapped out in his head at least a year in advance. He knew when he went to LA that he would probably have to sacrifice a year of his career, but that it would pay off big time. He knew AD was the one guy who could carry him further than anyone else, and he knew he could get him. For all last year, the talking heads wrote him off, talked of him being washed up, and how horrible his start was with the Lakers. A few short months later, his team has the best record in the league, and he's one of four leading MVP candidates. He's having the last laugh yet again... He knew what the hell he was doing.


Great post! Dallas Mavs are on my must watch list now with Luka.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 05, 2019 12:54 am    Post subject: Re: An outsider's perspective here.

Thespiralgoeson wrote:
I am not really a Laker fan.


Well well well.

Recipient of highest % of Lebron's passes:

2020: 25.3% AD
2019: 20.5% Kuzma
2018: 15.3% KLove
2017: 26.8% Kyrie
2016: 21.6% KLove
2015: 26.9% Kyrie
2014: 23.2% Mario Chalmers <--- WHAT?
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 05, 2019 1:44 am    Post subject: Re: An outsider's perspective here.

epak wrote:
Thespiralgoeson wrote:
I am not really a Laker fan.


Well well well.

Recipient of highest % of Lebron's passes:

2020: 25.3% AD
2019: 20.5% Kuzma
2018: 15.3% KLove
2017: 26.8% Kyrie
2016: 21.6% KLove
2015: 26.9% Kyrie
2014: 23.2% Mario Chalmers <--- WHAT?


That's probably the year Wade only played 50 games in a season and was already broken down.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 05, 2019 1:48 am    Post subject: Re: An outsider's perspective here.

jonnybravo wrote:
Thespiralgoeson wrote:
Hello all. Let me introduce myself by explaining that I'm a bit of an oddball- I am not really a Laker fan. I'm from the Dallas-Fort Worth area and I've been a die-hard Mavericks fan my whole life. In fact, not only am I not really a Laker fan, but I've actually hated the Lakers with a passion for as long as I can remember. HOWEVER, like millions of other NBA fans who simply appreciate greatness no matter what jersey it comes in, I absolutely love Lebron. Lebron kept my love of the NBA alive while my beloved Mavericks were in the wilderness. I love Lebron so much he's made me root for the Lakers. The man has actually made me a casual Laker-fan, and that's quite an amazing accomplishment. (And now that I'm a sort of duel Mavs/Lakers fan, the love-fest between Lebron and Luka is a hell of a lot of fun for me.)

With that out of the way, I want to share this non-Laker homer observation, and see what some Laker fans think.

I've watched quite a bit of the Lakers this season, and so far what I've seen has confirmed what I felt from the moment Lebron showed up there- Anthony Davis is not only the best teammate Lebron has ever had, but he's the best teammate Lebron could have ever hoped for. AD is the teammate Lebron has needed, and has probably dreamed of his entire career. He may have won two titles with Wade and one with Kyrie, and he very well not win any with AD, but still, AD is the perfect player to maximize Lebron's abilities at this late stage of his career.

This is one of the most fascinating things to me about Lebron's career. He has always been more Magic than Michael. Lebron has always been more comfortable as a facilitator first, scorer second. However until this, his 17th year in the league, he has never had the right teammates. As phenomenally talented as Wade and Kyrie were, and as much success as Lebron had with them, they were both ball dominant guards. And as much as those guys could score, Lebron still always had to be the primary scorer and first option. The perfect teammate for Lebron has always been a super athletic big man who can shoot from anywhere and dominate off the pick and roll. Isn't it telling that Lebron is about to lead the league in assists for the first time in his career, at age 35?

AD is the guy I'm sure he hoped Kyrie would be- the guy who can carry Lebron into his twilight years. The Duncan to his Robinson. Or even... the Magic to his Kareem?

People can hate Lebron all they want. You can call him a lot of things, but the one thing you cannot call him is dumb. The dude is strategic AF. He knows what the hell he's doing. I have no doubt this is what he planned all along. He had this sh*t all mapped out in his head at least a year in advance. He knew when he went to LA that he would probably have to sacrifice a year of his career, but that it would pay off big time. He knew AD was the one guy who could carry him further than anyone else, and he knew he could get him. For all last year, the talking heads wrote him off, talked of him being washed up, and how horrible his start was with the Lakers. A few short months later, his team has the best record in the league, and he's one of four leading MVP candidates. He's having the last laugh yet again... He knew what the hell he was doing.


Great post! Dallas Mavs are on my must watch list now with Luka.

Luka + AD ...
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Dance moves … in socks

https://twitter.com/ShowtimeForum/status/1202469531051937792


lol I loved that.. those 2 kids were super hyped about getting his shoes too.

Of course front page on espn has nothing about a dominant win but how disgusted the Jazz announcers were at Lebron dancing on the court which was right below the article about the non traveling call
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 05, 2019 3:05 am    Post subject:

hype wrote:
drae wrote:
Dance moves … in socks

https://twitter.com/ShowtimeForum/status/1202469531051937792


lol I loved that.. those 2 kids were super hyped about getting his shoes too.

Of course front page on espn has nothing about a dominant win but how disgusted the Jazz announcers were at Lebron dancing on the court which was right below the article about the non traveling call


The whining about the socks was hilarious, hey maybe if you were good enough so he had to actually have shoes on in the 4th....
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 05, 2019 8:09 am    Post subject:

Audio of Jazz announcers: https://awfulannouncing.com/nba/jazz-announcers-get-cranky-over-lebron-james-celebrating-on-court-without-shoes.html

"this isn't playground ball"
"I mean, they are clowning on that bench..."

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 05, 2019 11:08 am    Post subject:

How Bron got his quick twitch back

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xaqrxbPR-Xo
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 05, 2019 11:16 am    Post subject:

Jazz announcers really wanna throw out "playground ball" and "clowning on that bench" with this happening just last year

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/12/sports/russell-westbrook-utah-fan.html

Get bent, "Jazz". Send that name back to New Orleans you ringless bums.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 05, 2019 11:22 am    Post subject:

hype wrote:
drae wrote:
Dance moves … in socks

https://twitter.com/ShowtimeForum/status/1202469531051937792


lol I loved that.. those 2 kids were super hyped about getting his shoes too.

Of course front page on espn has nothing about a dominant win but how disgusted the Jazz announcers were at Lebron dancing on the court which was right below the article about the non traveling call


Bron's response:
"Imagine doing your job at the highest level to where you’re not needed anymore, giving your shoes to a lil girl and boy who you inspire and hoped you made proud that night, then cheering on your teammates cause you love seeing them succeed more than yourself only to be criticized while doing it. People it’s the world we live in and you can’t let it ever stop you from your purpose in life. Negativity, bad energy, hate, envy, etc etc will try to bring you down throughout your journey and it’s up to you on how you handle it. I handle it by simply saying “Thank You” with a 😁 on my face and continue to push forward while doing it! LIVE.LAUGH.LOVE"

https://www.instagram.com/p/B5srqgwgz0A/
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 05, 2019 1:09 pm    Post subject:

Let's go LeBron
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LandsbergerRules wrote:
hype wrote:
drae wrote:
Dance moves … in socks

https://twitter.com/ShowtimeForum/status/1202469531051937792


lol I loved that.. those 2 kids were super hyped about getting his shoes too.

Of course front page on espn has nothing about a dominant win but how disgusted the Jazz announcers were at Lebron dancing on the court which was right below the article about the non traveling call


Bron's response:
"Imagine doing your job at the highest level to where you’re not needed anymore, giving your shoes to a lil girl and boy who you inspire and hoped you made proud that night, then cheering on your teammates cause you love seeing them succeed more than yourself only to be criticized while doing it. People it’s the world we live in and you can’t let it ever stop you from your purpose in life. Negativity, bad energy, hate, envy, etc etc will try to bring you down throughout your journey and it’s up to you on how you handle it. I handle it by simply saying “Thank You” with a 😁 on my face and continue to push forward while doing it! LIVE.LAUGH.LOVE"

https://www.instagram.com/p/B5srqgwgz0A/


BOOM, clap back with kindness mothaslacka!
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 05, 2019 1:25 pm    Post subject:

Harpring clearly didn't learn this defense on the playground. Must've been in his church league:

https://youtu.be/tnZv9ebqOaI
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 05, 2019 1:41 pm    Post subject: Re: An outsider's perspective here.

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Hello all. Let me introduce myself by explaining that I'm a bit of an oddball- I am not really a Laker fan. I'm from the Dallas-Fort Worth area and I've been a die-hard Mavericks fan my whole life. In fact, not only am I not really a Laker fan, but I've actually hated the Lakers with a passion for as long as I can remember. HOWEVER, like millions of other NBA fans who simply appreciate greatness no matter what jersey it comes in, I absolutely love Lebron. Lebron kept my love of the NBA alive while my beloved Mavericks were in the wilderness. I love Lebron so much he's made me root for the Lakers. The man has actually made me a casual Laker-fan, and that's quite an amazing accomplishment. (And now that I'm a sort of duel Mavs/Lakers fan, the love-fest between Lebron and Luka is a hell of a lot of fun for me.)

With that out of the way, I want to share this non-Laker homer observation, and see what some Laker fans think.

I've watched quite a bit of the Lakers this season, and so far what I've seen has confirmed what I felt from the moment Lebron showed up there- Anthony Davis is not only the best teammate Lebron has ever had, but he's the best teammate Lebron could have ever hoped for. AD is the teammate Lebron has needed, and has probably dreamed of his entire career. He may have won two titles with Wade and one with Kyrie, and he very well not win any with AD, but still, AD is the perfect player to maximize Lebron's abilities at this late stage of his career.

This is one of the most fascinating things to me about Lebron's career. He has always been more Magic than Michael. Lebron has always been more comfortable as a facilitator first, scorer second. However until this, his 17th year in the league, he has never had the right teammates. As phenomenally talented as Wade and Kyrie were, and as much success as Lebron had with them, they were both ball dominant guards. And as much as those guys could score, Lebron still always had to be the primary scorer and first option. The perfect teammate for Lebron has always been a super athletic big man who can shoot from anywhere and dominate off the pick and roll. Isn't it telling that Lebron is about to lead the league in assists for the first time in his career, at age 35?

AD is the guy I'm sure he hoped Kyrie would be- the guy who can carry Lebron into his twilight years. The Duncan to his Robinson. Or even... the Magic to his Kareem?

People can hate Lebron all they want. You can call him a lot of things, but the one thing you cannot call him is dumb. The dude is strategic AF. He knows what the hell he's doing. I have no doubt this is what he planned all along. He had this sh*t all mapped out in his head at least a year in advance. He knew when he went to LA that he would probably have to sacrifice a year of his career, but that it would pay off big time. He knew AD was the one guy who could carry him further than anyone else, and he knew he could get him. For all last year, the talking heads wrote him off, talked of him being washed up, and how horrible his start was with the Lakers. A few short months later, his team has the best record in the league, and he's one of four leading MVP candidates. He's having the last laugh yet again... He knew what the hell he was doing.


Yup, AD to LBJ is what KG to Kobe should have been. Its a shame that never came to fruition.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 05, 2019 1:45 pm    Post subject: Re: An outsider's perspective here.

Thespiralgoeson wrote:
Hello all. Let me introduce myself by explaining that I'm a bit of an oddball- I am not really a Laker fan. I'm from the Dallas-Fort Worth area and I've been a die-hard Mavericks fan my whole life. In fact, not only am I not really a Laker fan, but I've actually hated the Lakers with a passion for as long as I can remember. HOWEVER, like millions of other NBA fans who simply appreciate greatness no matter what jersey it comes in, I absolutely love Lebron. Lebron kept my love of the NBA alive while my beloved Mavericks were in the wilderness. I love Lebron so much he's made me root for the Lakers. The man has actually made me a casual Laker-fan, and that's quite an amazing accomplishment. (And now that I'm a sort of duel Mavs/Lakers fan, the love-fest between Lebron and Luka is a hell of a lot of fun for me.)

With that out of the way, I want to share this non-Laker homer observation, and see what some Laker fans think.

I've watched quite a bit of the Lakers this season, and so far what I've seen has confirmed what I felt from the moment Lebron showed up there- Anthony Davis is not only the best teammate Lebron has ever had, but he's the best teammate Lebron could have ever hoped for. AD is the teammate Lebron has needed, and has probably dreamed of his entire career. He may have won two titles with Wade and one with Kyrie, and he very well not win any with AD, but still, AD is the perfect player to maximize Lebron's abilities at this late stage of his career.

This is one of the most fascinating things to me about Lebron's career. He has always been more Magic than Michael. Lebron has always been more comfortable as a facilitator first, scorer second. However until this, his 17th year in the league, he has never had the right teammates. As phenomenally talented as Wade and Kyrie were, and as much success as Lebron had with them, they were both ball dominant guards. And as much as those guys could score, Lebron still always had to be the primary scorer and first option. The perfect teammate for Lebron has always been a super athletic big man who can shoot from anywhere and dominate off the pick and roll. Isn't it telling that Lebron is about to lead the league in assists for the first time in his career, at age 35?

AD is the guy I'm sure he hoped Kyrie would be- the guy who can carry Lebron into his twilight years. The Duncan to his Robinson. Or even... the Magic to his Kareem?

People can hate Lebron all they want. You can call him a lot of things, but the one thing you cannot call him is dumb. The dude is strategic AF. He knows what the hell he's doing. I have no doubt this is what he planned all along. He had this sh*t all mapped out in his head at least a year in advance. He knew when he went to LA that he would probably have to sacrifice a year of his career, but that it would pay off big time. He knew AD was the one guy who could carry him further than anyone else, and he knew he could get him. For all last year, the talking heads wrote him off, talked of him being washed up, and how horrible his start was with the Lakers. A few short months later, his team has the best record in the league, and he's one of four leading MVP candidates. He's having the last laugh yet again... He knew what the hell he was doing.


bruh not gonna lie for how long this post was i thought you would be saying something lol
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 05, 2019 2:10 pm    Post subject:

Part of LBJ's appeal is the kind of person he is, the way he inspires. Not just with his iPromise school, which is amazing, but in so many other arenas.

He's making LAL the place that players want to play.
All of this is helping recruit Iggy.

This is Lakers dynasty stuff we are witnessing day in - day out, with King James at the helm.

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Bron's response:
"Imagine doing your job at the highest level to where you’re not needed anymore, giving your shoes to a lil girl and boy who you inspire and hoped you made proud that night, then cheering on your teammates cause you love seeing them succeed more than yourself only to be criticized while doing it. People it’s the world we live in and you can’t let it ever stop you from your purpose in life. Negativity, bad energy, hate, envy, etc etc will try to bring you down throughout your journey and it’s up to you on how you handle it. I handle it by simply saying “Thank You” with a 😁 on my face and continue to push forward while doing it! LIVE.LAUGH.LOVE"

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 05, 2019 2:32 pm    Post subject:

I'm surprised he even responded...even the biggest Lebron haters I know admit that if the other team doesn't want to be punked, they should play better.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 05, 2019 2:44 pm    Post subject:

epak wrote:

https://twitter.com/gruden3/status/1202445019501740032

Now this is amazing.


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 05, 2019 2:44 pm    Post subject:

leor_77 wrote:
I'm surprised he even responded...even the biggest Lebron haters I know admit that if the other team doesn't want to be punked, they should play better.



I agree when it comes to running up the score. If you're up by 20 with less than 3 minutes left to play, jacking up 3's or committing hard fouls is bush-league. lebron is known for doing things to keep the spotlight on him. i.e. dancing on the sidelines when the win is secure and or not being in the game and stepping out on the court when the ball is in play. This is just more of that, and if the refs aren't going to T him up then he's not going to stop.
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