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The Official Miami Heat Bandwagon Thread

this is going to be a great series to watch coming up. I cant wait to watch the heat go down in blazing fashion

get it "blazing" hehe

but seriously GO BULLS!
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Originally posted by Joecool:
So far, Miami and Dallas have looked the best in these playoffs although, Dallas has had the toughest road IMO.

Miami and Dallas is the most likely match-up right now. I still believe it will be OKC vs. Miami but if Memphis can pull out a victory against OKC - that will be simply amazing.
Originally posted by valrod33:
i would jump on but i hate LeBron more than Kobe

This has changed, my list is now

Kobe
Dirk















LeBron
Just for fun, anybody got a good idea for a thread title change?
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Just for fun, anybody got a good idea for a thread title change?

Bumwagon
i always thought this was the 2nd lakers thread
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Just for fun, anybody got a good idea for a thread title change?

The Official Miami Heat with a sprinkle of Lebron (The Prince) JamesBandwagon Thread
Ya know, I'm not sure their championship window is gonna be open for as long as some may think. Wade turns 30 next year, and LeBron (who turns 27 in December) has more mileage on his legs than any guy his age in NBA history. He's already just shy of 30,000 minutes in his career, between the regular season & playoffs.

Both guys are heavily dependent on their exceptional athletic abilities in order to play at their current level, and neither has a tremendously developed skill set. What's going to happen when those athletic gifts start to decline?

I think they have 3 more years to get it done, personally.
Originally posted by LA9erFan:
Ya know, I'm not sure their championship window is gonna be open for as long as some may think. Wade turns 30 next year, and LeBron (who turns 27 in December) has more mileage on his legs than any guy his age in NBA history. He's already just shy of 30,000 minutes in his career, between the regular season & playoffs.

Both guys are heavily dependent on their exceptional athletic abilities in order to play at their current level, and neither has a tremendously developed skill set. What's going to happen when those athletic gifts start to decline?

I think they have 3 more years to get it done, personally.

I don't think you give Lebron enough credit. He will find someway to join up with Dwight Howard.
Originally posted by LA9erFan:
Ya know, I'm not sure their championship window is gonna be open for as long as some may think. Wade turns 30 next year, and LeBron (who turns 27 in December) has more mileage on his legs than any guy his age in NBA history. He's already just shy of 30,000 minutes in his career, between the regular season & playoffs.

Both guys are heavily dependent on their exceptional athletic abilities in order to play at their current level, and neither has a tremendously developed skill set. What's going to happen when those athletic gifts start to decline?

I think they have 3 more years to get it done, personally.

agree on the age thing, there will be a point where they cant out athletic everyone on the court and have to become jump shooters like mj and kobe, wade i think will be able to do it better than bron, just dont think bron is a good shooter, if hes on hes on when hes off its pretty ugly
I love some of the LeBron one liners . . . sorry if it's been posted but I just heard one on KNBR that made me LOL . . .


"There will soon be a National Holiday in honor of LeBron James and everybody will get to leave work 12 minutes early."

[ Edited by SonocoNinerFan on Jun 13, 2011 at 14:43:32 ]
Trade Lebron for Dwight Howard.

Big 3

~ Howard
~ Bosh
~ Wade

I'm done with that guy. He quits in the end. Or gets scared. Neither one is good. You can never win with him. He drags your team down just when they count on him.

Keep Mike Miller, Haslem and Chalmers. See if they can add an outside shooter in the offseason.

Howard wants out of Orlando anyway. So ship Lebron out and in with Howard.

[ Edited by SanDiego49er on Jun 13, 2011 at 17:43:22 ]
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Trade Lebron for Dwight Howard.

Big 3

~ Howard
~ Bosh
~ Wade

I'm done with that guy. He quits in the end. Or gets scared. Neither one is good. You can never win with him. He drags your team down just when they count on him.

Keep Mike Miller, Haslem and Chalmers. See if they can add an outside shooter in the offseason.

Howard wants out of Orlando anyway. So ship Lebron out and in with Howard.

After a full season of reading your ridiculous, uneducated posts that seemingly only stemmed from your penchant for irritating people instead of making cogent points, after years of not giving a damn about talking hoops on this site, all I can do is laugh.

"Neither one is good".

f**kin' hilarious.

[ Edited by LA9erFan on Jun 13, 2011 at 19:33:02 ]
Originally posted by LA9erFan:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Trade Lebron for Dwight Howard.

Big 3

~ Howard
~ Bosh
~ Wade

I'm done with that guy. He quits in the end. Or gets scared. Neither one is good. You can never win with him. He drags your team down just when they count on him.

Keep Mike Miller, Haslem and Chalmers. See if they can add an outside shooter in the offseason.

Howard wants out of Orlando anyway. So ship Lebron out and in with Howard.

After a full season of reading your ridiculous, uneducated posts that seemingly only stemmed from your penchant for irritating people instead of making cogent points, after years of not giving a damn about talking hoops on this site, all I can do is laugh.

"Neither one is good".

f**kin' hilarious.

They are never going to win with him. And he will never win anywhere he goes. Might as well cut their loses and ship him out. Howard wants out real bad anyway. Bosh and Wade don't quit. That would be a better team. I'd rather have guys who don't quit. I can live with not winning. I think that's ok. But quitting in the 4th quarter and having no heart in the finals series is not a good sign of things to come. He can do that over and over every year they are in the playoffs. And he probably will.

Lebron is mostly a fast break guy. Running the court is where he gets his easy points. When that isn't working in the playoffs when teams get back he's a bit overrated. You just play zone and force him to shoot outside. He's very inconsistent there. Mostly bricks and air balls when you need it in pressure situations. Look at Dirk. He can brick all game long and kill you in the 4th. Lebron is just the opposite. Honestly Lebron doesn't have many half court moves. Stand outside and shoot hot or cold. Or put his head down and try to get to the basket or a foul. And that doesn't work well with zone. His half court game is a little overrated. He's as bad as any "superstar" I've ever seen when the pressure is on.
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by LA9erFan:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Trade Lebron for Dwight Howard.

Big 3

~ Howard
~ Bosh
~ Wade

I'm done with that guy. He quits in the end. Or gets scared. Neither one is good. You can never win with him. He drags your team down just when they count on him.

Keep Mike Miller, Haslem and Chalmers. See if they can add an outside shooter in the offseason.

Howard wants out of Orlando anyway. So ship Lebron out and in with Howard.

After a full season of reading your ridiculous, uneducated posts that seemingly only stemmed from your penchant for irritating people instead of making cogent points, after years of not giving a damn about talking hoops on this site, all I can do is laugh.

"Neither one is good".

f**kin' hilarious.

They are never going to win with him. And he will never win anywhere he goes. Might as well cut their loses and ship him out. Howard wants out real bad anyway. Bosh and Wade don't quit. That would be a better team. I'd rather have guys who don't quit. I can live with not winning. I think that's ok. But quitting in the 4th quarter and having no heart in the finals series is not a good sign of things to come. He can do that over and over every year they are in the playoffs. And he probably will.

Lebron is mostly a fast break guy. Running the court is where he gets his easy points. When that isn't working in the playoffs when teams get back he's a bit overrated. You just play zone and force him to shoot outside. He's very inconsistent there. Mostly bricks and air balls when you need it in pressure situations. Look at Dirk. He can brick all game long and kill you in the 4th. Lebron is just the opposite. Honestly Lebron doesn't have many half court moves. Stand outside and shoot hot or cold. Or put his head down and try to get to the basket or a foul. And that doesn't work well with zone. His half court game is a little overrated. He's as bad as any "superstar" I've ever seen when the pressure is on.

Werent you talking about how amazing LBJ was like a week ago?