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2010 NBA Playoff Thread (Magic vs. Celtics/Lakers vs. Suns)

Originally posted by valrod33:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Originally posted by valrod33:
when did anyone say Barnes is better than Kobe?

When did anybody say they'd allow the wolves fan to speak?

when did anyone say Barnes is better than Kobe?

Like I said.
Lost in all of LeDrama is the possibility that we've seen Shaq's last game in the NBA.
  • jrg
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Originally posted by LA9erFan:
Lost in all of LeDrama is the possibility that we've seen Shaq's last game in the NBA.

Coming home to Orlando to play his last year next season

[ Edited by jrg on May 14, 2010 at 1:39 PM ]
Originally posted by LA9erFan:
Lost in all of LeDrama is the possibility that we've seen Shaq's last game in the NBA.

i jsut read that on twitter, it is crazy
Originally posted by jrg:
Originally posted by LA9erFan:
Lost in all of LeDrama is the possibility that we've seen Shaq's last game in the NBA.

Coming home to Orlando to play his last year next season


Dude, you don't want Shaq, man. You guys have a great thing going. It could only be a bad thing to have him in Orlando, IMO.
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Originally posted by LA9erFan:
Lost in all of LeDrama is the possibility that we've seen Shaq's last game in the NBA.

I hope so but doubt it.

He'll force a trade somewhere to try to coattail to a title, probably Dallas.
Originally posted by dman:
Originally posted by LA9erFan:
Lost in all of LeDrama is the possibility that we've seen Shaq's last game in the NBA.

I hope so but doubt it.

He'll force a trade somewhere to try to coattail to a title, probably Dallas.

I believe he's a free agent. Dallas wouldn't surprise me though. I don't think it would help that team though.
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Originally posted by LA9erFan:
Originally posted by jrg:
Originally posted by LA9erFan:
Lost in all of LeDrama is the possibility that we've seen Shaq's last game in the NBA.

Coming home to Orlando to play his last year next season


Dude, you don't want Shaq, man. You guys have a great thing going. It could only be a bad thing to have him in Orlando, IMO.

I know..just messing..I don't want him to come in and slow things down.

Although, I wouldn't see this guy back in a Magic uniform next year

[ Edited by jrg on May 14, 2010 at 1:43 PM ]
Originally posted by dman:
Originally posted by LA9erFan:
Lost in all of LeDrama is the possibility that we've seen Shaq's last game in the NBA.

I hope so but doubt it.

He'll force a trade somewhere to try to coattail to a title, probably Dallas.

Shaq is subtraction by addition at this point. He really is.
Originally posted by TheSixthRing:
Originally posted by dman:
Originally posted by LA9erFan:
Lost in all of LeDrama is the possibility that we've seen Shaq's last game in the NBA.

I hope so but doubt it.

He'll force a trade somewhere to try to coattail to a title, probably Dallas.

Shaq is subtraction by addition at this point. He really is.

Subtract all of your food and add it to Shaq's stomach.
Per Bucher...Shaq is a drama llama.

Quote:
Nobody can overstate the impact Varejao's injury had on this series. When he plays at full-strength and they can use their athletic bigs, the Cavs are very good. The problem is that when Shaq isn't playing he's in the locker room asking guys: "How many rings do I have? And how many rings does Mike Brown have? And I'm the one not playing?" And I guarantee you the players are listening more to Shaq and not Mike Brown. We know Shaq was unhappy about his role. But the way they needed to play in this series was to keep Shaq on the bench. But Brown couldn't afford to do that because he risked losing his locker room and he risked losing Shaq for the next round.
Originally posted by LA9erFan:
Per Bucher...Shaq is a drama llama.

Quote:
Nobody can overstate the impact Varejao's injury had on this series. When he plays at full-strength and they can use their athletic bigs, the Cavs are very good. The problem is that when Shaq isn't playing he's in the locker room asking guys: "How many rings do I have? And how many rings does Mike Brown have? And I'm the one not playing?" And I guarantee you the players are listening more to Shaq and not Mike Brown. We know Shaq was unhappy about his role. But the way they needed to play in this series was to keep Shaq on the bench. But Brown couldn't afford to do that because he risked losing his locker room and he risked losing Shaq for the next round.

Like I said, subtraction by addition. I wasn't upset when the Suns traded him, I was disappointed in what we got back; that disappointment is long gone.
Originally posted by TheSixthRing:
Originally posted by LA9erFan:
Per Bucher...Shaq is a drama llama.

Quote:
Nobody can overstate the impact Varejao's injury had on this series. When he plays at full-strength and they can use their athletic bigs, the Cavs are very good. The problem is that when Shaq isn't playing he's in the locker room asking guys: "How many rings do I have? And how many rings does Mike Brown have? And I'm the one not playing?" And I guarantee you the players are listening more to Shaq and not Mike Brown. We know Shaq was unhappy about his role. But the way they needed to play in this series was to keep Shaq on the bench. But Brown couldn't afford to do that because he risked losing his locker room and he risked losing Shaq for the next round.

Like I said, subtraction by addition. I wasn't upset when the Suns traded him, I was disappointed in what we got back; that disappointment is long gone.

I am SO glad we pick Kobe over him.
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Originally posted by LA9erFan:
Originally posted by TheSixthRing:
Originally posted by LA9erFan:
Per Bucher...Shaq is a drama llama.

Quote:
Nobody can overstate the impact Varejao's injury had on this series. When he plays at full-strength and they can use their athletic bigs, the Cavs are very good. The problem is that when Shaq isn't playing he's in the locker room asking guys: "How many rings do I have? And how many rings does Mike Brown have? And I'm the one not playing?" And I guarantee you the players are listening more to Shaq and not Mike Brown. We know Shaq was unhappy about his role. But the way they needed to play in this series was to keep Shaq on the bench. But Brown couldn't afford to do that because he risked losing his locker room and he risked losing Shaq for the next round.

Like I said, subtraction by addition. I wasn't upset when the Suns traded him, I was disappointed in what we got back; that disappointment is long gone.

I am SO glad we pick Kobe over him.

More like I'm glad the Big Cancer didn't sign the extension.
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