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Amazing it only took Mike Brown 95 games to discover that if there are shooters on the floor, the quadruple teams of LeBron happen less often.
by consigliere » Mon May 28, 2007 12:24 am
by StewieG » Mon May 28, 2007 12:28 am
by Dozen » Mon May 28, 2007 1:07 am
by jb » Mon May 28, 2007 1:24 am
FightDr wrote:Game 2 is over and done with, it's time to move on.Game 3 at 8:30 tonight and we simply have to have it. Cavs and Lebron have to come out with guns blazing.Cavs 90 Pisstons 82
by jb » Mon May 28, 2007 1:31 am
Madre Hill, Superstar wrote:Lebron to the world: STFU
by pup » Mon May 28, 2007 2:43 am
by jfiling » Mon May 28, 2007 8:16 am
JB wrote:Madre Hill, Superstar wrote:Lebron to the world: STFUI was thinking it was many C-town fans telling LBJ "Seee, told jah how you have to play to win this deep in the playoffs."It'd be foolish for the LBJ enablers/apologists like Lee who are satisfied with LBJ playing poor games to hold this game up as vindication. WRONG! It is the critics who are justified who revel in tonite saying "I TOLD YOU SO! WHERE'S YOUR ASS BEEN?!? " This is what Bron needs to do EVER'Y playoff game for him to be our MJ and 4 us to win it all.He needs to treat each playoff game like FLO-RIDA wants a birfday.
James (32 points, nine assists, nine rebounds) was the difference, though. He provided an atmosphere that allowed his teammates to create, doing away with the Zach Randolph impression (holding the ball 20 feet from the hoop, and watching), and keeping on the pressure. It wasn't about doing away with fadeaway jumpers, or getting out in transition -- the reason he was able to take over this game is because he kept the pressure on Detroit's defense by moving incessantly, forcing them to react, and not letting them gather their collective wits. For someone who has been begging for it for years, it was a joy to watch. James turned in as good a playoff performance as we've seen in years. Here's hoping he watches the Game 3 video about 58 times before Tuesday night's Game 4.
by pup » Mon May 28, 2007 10:49 am
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by Mr. MacPhisto » Mon May 28, 2007 11:31 am
Swerb wrote:And Boobie, what a game. Linescore doesn't look dominant, but that doesn't say anything about how good he was last night. He guarded Chauncey, Rip, and Prince at points ... and I don't remember him being scored on. He had a couple huge strips. And some huge buckets. The kid just ooooooozes confidence. What a game.
Great stuff. This town is STARVING. Im talking Mel Turpin after fasting for three days an hour after a couple bong rips starving.
by HoodooMan » Mon May 28, 2007 12:52 pm
by Kuiper » Mon May 28, 2007 1:39 pm
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by Dozen » Mon May 28, 2007 6:10 pm
Kuiper wrote:The real advance in this game was not merely Gibson's play, but Snow's failure to play. This is fairly huge. Snow had played something like 270 consecutive games before last night. He has proven capable on defense against the Pistons, although a real liability on offense. With Hughes out (apparently because of injury, but Sager reported during the game that he was cleared to play and could have come back out), Brown would have normally put Snow in at least for some portion of the game, even if paired with Gibson for a stretch. The fact that he didn't, and he even used Damon Jones instead, says as much about the evolution of Brown as a coach as it does about the evolution of Gibson (and the devolution of Snow).
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