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**The Miami HEAT - 2011-2012 NBA CHAMPIONS**

Originally posted by 49ersMyLife:
'Shard Lewis will visit Miami today...

Don't really like him, but at vet minimum - he is a low risk signing, which may pay off. Really wanted Camby to sign, but looks like he is heading somewhere else.


Don't really like him. But oh well.
Originally posted by 49ersMyLife:







damn.. freakin' cheaters!
Originally posted by bayarealuv:
damn.. freakin' cheaters!

Originally posted by 49ersMyLife:
Originally posted by bayarealuv:
damn.. freakin' cheaters!






Not a fan of Lewis - but a decent signing. If Miller doesn't return, we needed a Forward who can shoot the 3s and that's one of the things 'Shard can still do. Hopefully, playing with his buddy Ray Allen again will keep him motivated.
They got Lewis for next to nothing. Basically a risk free deal. He should be able to knock down a couple of wide open threes.
Originally posted by sacniner:
They got Lewis for next to nothing. Basically a risk free deal. He should be able to knock down a couple of wide open threes.

Not in the playoffs, where he gets scared to shoot.
Originally posted by Joecool:
Not in the playoffs, where he gets scared to shoot.

A lot of guys to better when they are surrounded by greatness. No risk really by the Heat. If he sucks in the playoffs they will just sit his a55 down.
Originally posted by sacniner:
They got Lewis for next to nothing. Basically a risk free deal. He should be able to knock down a couple of wide open threes.

after all of those years being one of the most overpaid players in the league, he finally gets a contract he deserves
Originally posted by Joecool:
Originally posted by sacniner:
They got Lewis for next to nothing. Basically a risk free deal. He should be able to knock down a couple of wide open threes.

Not in the playoffs, where he gets scared to shoot.

I'm not a fan of Lewis - but I've no idea where this came from. During his career with Magic, he had a higher average in the playoffs than in the regular season.

Originally posted by 49ersMyLife:
Originally posted by Joecool:
Originally posted by sacniner:
They got Lewis for next to nothing. Basically a risk free deal. He should be able to knock down a couple of wide open threes.

Not in the playoffs, where he gets scared to shoot.

I'm not a fan of Lewis - but I've no idea where this came from. During his career with Magic, he had a higher average in the playoffs than in the regular season.


I recall a few key playoffs games (with ORL and SEA) when he would go cold at the times when his team needed it most. I'm sure he had a moment or two but he would not carry the weight at crunch time when the key players were getting doubled.
Keep talkin Joe
Originally posted by RashardLewis:
Keep talkin Joe

Lol seems legit
From Bill Simmons article:

"When they write the history of my reign, sweet sister, they will say it began today."

Let's see, Miami wins the NBA title, LeBron breaks through and hits a level that we haven't seen in two decades, we were all probably screwed, anyway … and then Ray Allen falls into their laps at a 50 percent discount? Good God almighty. We … are … screwed.




...and my favorite part of the article:

If Dwight goes to LA - what does it mean:

Six titles for Kobe. As many as Jordan. More fodder for the ridiculous "Who was better, Kobe or Jordan?" argument that LeBron already squashed this spring by dominating at a level that Kobe never reached.