Lebron James: Great player but terrible leader

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Re: Lebron James: Great player but terrible leader

Postby say_oww » June 8th, 2018, 2:03 pm

Every single player listed as one of the GOATs won their championships with other HOFers on their team.  Who on any of Lebron's Cleveland teams is a HOFer?  Irving?  Love?   Smith?   Cmon LOL!!!!
Lebron takes his team to the finals every year.  BTW, how many playoff games did Jordan win with the Wizards?  Guess Kwame Brown and Popeye Jones didn't pull up enough of the slack on those Wizards teams...  LOL!!!!!



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Postby say_oww » June 8th, 2018, 2:04 pm

And BTW Jordan actually did build that team because he owned it!

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Re: Lebron James: Great player but terrible leader

Postby konjo78 » June 8th, 2018, 2:37 pm

say_oww wrote:Every single player listed as one of the GOATs won their championships with other HOFers on their team.  Who on any of Lebron's Cleveland teams is a HOFer?  Irving?  Love?   Smith?   Cmon LOL!!!!
Lebron takes his team to the finals every year.  BTW, how many playoff games did Jordan win with the Wizards?  Guess Kwame Brown and Popeye Jones didn't pull up enough of the slack on those Wizards teams...  LOL!!!!!

Irving and Love will both be HOF players.
Miami he had bosh, wade and allen all HOF players.
Also Michael Jordan took a really bad wizards team to the playoffs at age 40. Lebron is 7 years younger right now at 33 so comparing Jordan's Wizards accomplisment to Lebron is silly.

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Re: Lebron James: Great player but terrible leader

Postby konjo78 » June 8th, 2018, 2:42 pm

If lebron leaves cleveland Lebron might become the player who has played with the most Hall of Famers during his NBA career.

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Re: Lebron James: Great player but terrible leader

Postby say_oww » June 8th, 2018, 2:48 pm

Man, you're crazy!

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Re: Lebron James: Great player but terrible leader

Postby konjo78 » June 8th, 2018, 2:53 pm

konjo78 wrote:Idk if thats the base. I personally would love lebron to play some better defense. I know there are 3-4 quality scorers on GS but there used to be a time James would shut down the opponents top scorer.

Where his jump shot has improved tremendously from Miami days his defense has almost gone away. Would love to see him 1 on 1 with durant all night, take that avenue away.

Put this up before game 3. Durant went for 40 plus points. Out of his 20 plus shots Lebron only guarded him on 2 attempts. 
Cleveland should be up 2-1 but instead they will probably be swept tonight

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Re: Lebron James: Great player but terrible leader

Postby say_oww » June 12th, 2018, 11:29 am

Hate to say this but GS never should have won the West...  good thing for them Chris Paul's State Farm agent couldn't fix his hammy in time.

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Re: Lebron James: Great player but terrible leader

Postby konjo78 » June 12th, 2018, 12:12 pm

It bums me out how lebron/cavs handled game 4. They all just quit in the second half and then lebron comes out in a cast saying he hurt his hand after game 1.

Honestly I think lebron was trying to be smart with PR but its backfired a bit...


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