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Originally posted by crzy:
Rose and Lebron won't work.

I really don't see why not.
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Originally posted by SF69ers:
Originally posted by crzy:
Rose and Lebron won't work.

I really don't see why not.

They both need the ball in their hands to be successful and neither one has a good three point shot.

It's not a good fit at all.

And the Bulls don't have the frontcourt to battle the Celtics, Magic, or Lakers.
[ Edited by crzy on May 14, 2010 at 1:12 PM ]
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Originally posted by crzy:
Originally posted by SF69ers:
Originally posted by crzy:
Rose and Lebron won't work.

I really don't see why not.

They both need the ball in their hands to be successful and neither one has a good three point shot.

It's not a good fit at all.

And the Bulls don't have the frontcourt to battle the Celtics, Magic, or Lakers.

Ya I dont think thats a title winning team, not a great fit.

Plus why would Lebron go to Chicago where he will forever be in MJ's shadow?
Originally posted by dman:
Originally posted by crzy:
Originally posted by SF69ers:
Originally posted by crzy:
Rose and Lebron won't work.

I really don't see why not.

They both need the ball in their hands to be successful and neither one has a good three point shot.

It's not a good fit at all.

And the Bulls don't have the frontcourt to battle the Celtics, Magic, or Lakers.

Ya I dont think thats a title winning team, not a great fit.

Plus why would Lebron go to Chicago where he will forever be in MJ's shadow?

That's a great question.
Originally posted by crzy:
Originally posted by SF69ers:
Originally posted by crzy:
Rose and Lebron won't work.

I really don't see why not.

They both need the ball in their hands to be successful and neither one has a good three point shot.

It's not a good fit at all.

And the Bulls don't have the frontcourt to battle the Celtics, Magic, or Lakers.

Well what about a team like Boston? They sucked before Garnett and Allen got there and suddenly they won a championship. Garnett was a ball dominant player too, but in all reality, they knew they had the the pieces to win the championship and they were successful at it without any one of the big 3 being truly ball dominant.

Either way, I disagree that Rose and James is a bad fit. LeBron has never had a true point guard before and Rose would be it.
Originally posted by SF69ers:
Originally posted by crzy:
Originally posted by SF69ers:
Originally posted by crzy:
Rose and Lebron won't work.

I really don't see why not.

They both need the ball in their hands to be successful and neither one has a good three point shot.

It's not a good fit at all.

And the Bulls don't have the frontcourt to battle the Celtics, Magic, or Lakers.

Well what about a team like Boston? They sucked before Garnett and Allen got there and suddenly they won a championship. Garnett was a ball dominant player too, but in all reality, they knew they had the the pieces to win the championship and they were successful at it without any one of the big 3 being truly ball dominant.

Either way, I disagree that Rose and James is a bad fit. LeBron has never had a true point guard before and Rose would be it.

Garnett wasn't ball dominant at all, even in Minnesota. Hell, he wasn't ball dominant enough, IMO. He was an elite defensive player and elite rebounder that was often criticized for not demanding the ball enough. He didn't need the ball in his hands to be effective. Allen's a catch and shoot guy where the amount of time where he actually has the ball in his hands if very short. Pierce is the ball dominant player on that team, and that's part of why it worked so well.
Originally posted by LA9erFan:
Originally posted by SF69ers:
Originally posted by crzy:
Originally posted by SF69ers:
Originally posted by crzy:
Rose and Lebron won't work.

I really don't see why not.

They both need the ball in their hands to be successful and neither one has a good three point shot.

It's not a good fit at all.

And the Bulls don't have the frontcourt to battle the Celtics, Magic, or Lakers.

Well what about a team like Boston? They sucked before Garnett and Allen got there and suddenly they won a championship. Garnett was a ball dominant player too, but in all reality, they knew they had the the pieces to win the championship and they were successful at it without any one of the big 3 being truly ball dominant.

Either way, I disagree that Rose and James is a bad fit. LeBron has never had a true point guard before and Rose would be it.

Garnett wasn't ball dominant at all, even in Minnesota. Hell, he wasn't ball dominant enough, IMO. He was an elite defensive player and elite rebounder that was often criticized for not demanding the ball enough. He didn't need the ball in his hands to be effective. Allen's a catch and shoot guy where the amount of time where he actually has the ball in his hands if very short. Pierce is the ball dominant player on that team, and that's part of why it worked so well.

I guess I'll have to agree to disagree about Garnett. Back in his T-Wolves day, I remember him wanting the ball in his hands.
Originally posted by SF69ers:
Originally posted by LA9erFan:
Originally posted by SF69ers:
Originally posted by crzy:
Originally posted by SF69ers:
Originally posted by crzy:
Rose and Lebron won't work.

I really don't see why not.

They both need the ball in their hands to be successful and neither one has a good three point shot.

It's not a good fit at all.

And the Bulls don't have the frontcourt to battle the Celtics, Magic, or Lakers.

Well what about a team like Boston? They sucked before Garnett and Allen got there and suddenly they won a championship. Garnett was a ball dominant player too, but in all reality, they knew they had the the pieces to win the championship and they were successful at it without any one of the big 3 being truly ball dominant.

Either way, I disagree that Rose and James is a bad fit. LeBron has never had a true point guard before and Rose would be it.

Garnett wasn't ball dominant at all, even in Minnesota. Hell, he wasn't ball dominant enough, IMO. He was an elite defensive player and elite rebounder that was often criticized for not demanding the ball enough. He didn't need the ball in his hands to be effective. Allen's a catch and shoot guy where the amount of time where he actually has the ball in his hands if very short. Pierce is the ball dominant player on that team, and that's part of why it worked so well.

I guess I'll have to agree to disagree about Garnett. Back in his T-Wolves day, I remember him wanting the ball in his hands.

he didnt
Originally posted by valrod33:
Originally posted by SF69ers:
Originally posted by LA9erFan:
Originally posted by SF69ers:
Originally posted by crzy:
Originally posted by SF69ers:
Originally posted by crzy:
Rose and Lebron won't work.

I really don't see why not.

They both need the ball in their hands to be successful and neither one has a good three point shot.

It's not a good fit at all.

And the Bulls don't have the frontcourt to battle the Celtics, Magic, or Lakers.

Well what about a team like Boston? They sucked before Garnett and Allen got there and suddenly they won a championship. Garnett was a ball dominant player too, but in all reality, they knew they had the the pieces to win the championship and they were successful at it without any one of the big 3 being truly ball dominant.

Either way, I disagree that Rose and James is a bad fit. LeBron has never had a true point guard before and Rose would be it.

Garnett wasn't ball dominant at all, even in Minnesota. Hell, he wasn't ball dominant enough, IMO. He was an elite defensive player and elite rebounder that was often criticized for not demanding the ball enough. He didn't need the ball in his hands to be effective. Allen's a catch and shoot guy where the amount of time where he actually has the ball in his hands if very short. Pierce is the ball dominant player on that team, and that's part of why it worked so well.

I guess I'll have to agree to disagree about Garnett. Back in his T-Wolves day, I remember him wanting the ball in his hands.

he didnt

I guess I lose
WTF
per this column, Delonte + Lebron's Mom = Dissension

Looks like a bunch of bools**te, but a funny thought, nonetheless.
[ Edited by Jigga on May 14, 2010 at 1:57 PM ]
Originally posted by SF69ers:
Originally posted by valrod33:
Originally posted by SF69ers:
Originally posted by LA9erFan:
Originally posted by SF69ers:
Originally posted by crzy:
Originally posted by SF69ers:
Originally posted by crzy:
Rose and Lebron won't work.

I really don't see why not.

They both need the ball in their hands to be successful and neither one has a good three point shot.

It's not a good fit at all.

And the Bulls don't have the frontcourt to battle the Celtics, Magic, or Lakers.

Well what about a team like Boston? They sucked before Garnett and Allen got there and suddenly they won a championship. Garnett was a ball dominant player too, but in all reality, they knew they had the the pieces to win the championship and they were successful at it without any one of the big 3 being truly ball dominant.

Either way, I disagree that Rose and James is a bad fit. LeBron has never had a true point guard before and Rose would be it.

Garnett wasn't ball dominant at all, even in Minnesota. Hell, he wasn't ball dominant enough, IMO. He was an elite defensive player and elite rebounder that was often criticized for not demanding the ball enough. He didn't need the ball in his hands to be effective. Allen's a catch and shoot guy where the amount of time where he actually has the ball in his hands if very short. Pierce is the ball dominant player on that team, and that's part of why it worked so well.

I guess I'll have to agree to disagree about Garnett. Back in his T-Wolves day, I remember him wanting the ball in his hands.

he didnt

I guess I lose

T-Wolves fan with relevant input during the postseason?

I think I've just seen it all.
Originally posted by SF69ers:
Originally posted by valrod33:
Originally posted by SF69ers:
Originally posted by LA9erFan:
Originally posted by SF69ers:
Originally posted by crzy:
Originally posted by SF69ers:
Originally posted by crzy:
Rose and Lebron won't work.

I really don't see why not.

They both need the ball in their hands to be successful and neither one has a good three point shot.

It's not a good fit at all.

And the Bulls don't have the frontcourt to battle the Celtics, Magic, or Lakers.

Well what about a team like Boston? They sucked before Garnett and Allen got there and suddenly they won a championship. Garnett was a ball dominant player too, but in all reality, they knew they had the the pieces to win the championship and they were successful at it without any one of the big 3 being truly ball dominant.

Either way, I disagree that Rose and James is a bad fit. LeBron has never had a true point guard before and Rose would be it.

Garnett wasn't ball dominant at all, even in Minnesota. Hell, he wasn't ball dominant enough, IMO. He was an elite defensive player and elite rebounder that was often criticized for not demanding the ball enough. He didn't need the ball in his hands to be effective. Allen's a catch and shoot guy where the amount of time where he actually has the ball in his hands if very short. Pierce is the ball dominant player on that team, and that's part of why it worked so well.

I guess I'll have to agree to disagree about Garnett. Back in his T-Wolves day, I remember him wanting the ball in his hands.

he didnt

I guess I lose

that was the knock on him, when it came down to crunch time and we needed points he would pass the ball.

He had his moments where he came through down the stretch but they were few and far between
Originally posted by TheSixthRing:
Originally posted by SF69ers:
Originally posted by valrod33:
Originally posted by SF69ers:
Originally posted by LA9erFan:
Originally posted by SF69ers:
Originally posted by crzy:
Originally posted by SF69ers:
Originally posted by crzy:
Rose and Lebron won't work.

I really don't see why not.

They both need the ball in their hands to be successful and neither one has a good three point shot.

It's not a good fit at all.

And the Bulls don't have the frontcourt to battle the Celtics, Magic, or Lakers.

Well what about a team like Boston? They sucked before Garnett and Allen got there and suddenly they won a championship. Garnett was a ball dominant player too, but in all reality, they knew they had the the pieces to win the championship and they were successful at it without any one of the big 3 being truly ball dominant.

Either way, I disagree that Rose and James is a bad fit. LeBron has never had a true point guard before and Rose would be it.

Garnett wasn't ball dominant at all, even in Minnesota. Hell, he wasn't ball dominant enough, IMO. He was an elite defensive player and elite rebounder that was often criticized for not demanding the ball enough. He didn't need the ball in his hands to be effective. Allen's a catch and shoot guy where the amount of time where he actually has the ball in his hands if very short. Pierce is the ball dominant player on that team, and that's part of why it worked so well.

I guess I'll have to agree to disagree about Garnett. Back in his T-Wolves day, I remember him wanting the ball in his hands.

he didnt

I guess I lose

T-Wolves fan with relevant input during the postseason?

I think I've just seen it all.

That is why I lose
Originally posted by Jigga:
WTF
per this column, Delonte + Lebron's Mom = Dissention

LeBron - "Delonte! Pass me the ball! You're worthless!"

Delote - "Oh yeah, well, I'm banging your mom"

LeBron - ""
Originally posted by TheSixthRing:
Originally posted by SF69ers:
Originally posted by valrod33:
Originally posted by SF69ers:
Originally posted by LA9erFan:
Originally posted by SF69ers:
Originally posted by crzy:
Originally posted by SF69ers:
Originally posted by crzy:
Rose and Lebron won't work.

I really don't see why not.

They both need the ball in their hands to be successful and neither one has a good three point shot.

It's not a good fit at all.

And the Bulls don't have the frontcourt to battle the Celtics, Magic, or Lakers.

Well what about a team like Boston? They sucked before Garnett and Allen got there and suddenly they won a championship. Garnett was a ball dominant player too, but in all reality, they knew they had the the pieces to win the championship and they were successful at it without any one of the big 3 being truly ball dominant.

Either way, I disagree that Rose and James is a bad fit. LeBron has never had a true point guard before and Rose would be it.

Garnett wasn't ball dominant at all, even in Minnesota. Hell, he wasn't ball dominant enough, IMO. He was an elite defensive player and elite rebounder that was often criticized for not demanding the ball enough. He didn't need the ball in his hands to be effective. Allen's a catch and shoot guy where the amount of time where he actually has the ball in his hands if very short. Pierce is the ball dominant player on that team, and that's part of why it worked so well.

I guess I'll have to agree to disagree about Garnett. Back in his T-Wolves day, I remember him wanting the ball in his hands.

he didnt

I guess I lose

T-Wolves fan with relevant input during the postseason?

I think I've just seen it all.