Norris Cole played pretty well in spurts early in the year, but his impact on Miami was way overblown. He hasn't been effective for a couple of months, and his season average was 6.8 points, 1.4 rebounds, and 2.0 assists. The media is stupid.
The question is does Miami have the worst 4 through 12 roster spots in the NBA? If not, they're close to it.
i think Spoelstra is gone if Indy wins the series. Also, their roster will have major changes - but then again, they can't afford anyone !
I was really surprised that MIA didn't go after someone like Ryan Hollins when he was cut late in the season. He's not great but he is 7', blocks shots, hustles and is athletic. Wade/LBJ should've been able him at least a couple easy dunks in every game. They have no one like this right now. I'm surely not saying he is great but he is a better option than every one of the bigs they have outside of Bosh.
Hell Boris Diaw would've helped them immensely.
The Shane pick up has been a failure as was the Mike Miller signing before it. Now they are locked in to both. They better hope and pray some older big wants to go play there with them and is willing to take the minimum to be close to South Beach and get one a very good shot at a ring. I keep hearing rumblings about Oden going there but he isn't scheduled to even try and play until the year after next.
If he is healthy he would be perfect for them. Obviously that's a HUGE if.
Last edited by da_clean_up_man; 05-16-2012 at 03:51 PM.
Exactly. The only major roster changes they can do is if they get rid one of the 3. Because with all them there, it ties their hands to get any real talent around them. You will have Nash and I think KG free agents this summer. Nash already said if the Suns aren't serious about contending for a title and don't get him any help, he's not resigning with them. But can he really make a difference in Miami? If everyone is just standing around watching, Nash is pointless to have.
They will just continue to turn over the 5-12 spots and hope something sticks but the real problem is having them 3 all together on the same team to begin with.
Nash's skills would be wasted in Miami, and Wade/LBJ won't want a real distributing PG on the team. Frankly, they don't need one.
There was talk a few weeks ago about Ray Allen going to Miami. Now he would be a perfect fit. Plays well off the ball, incredible spot up shooter...he'd have open 3s all day long. I hope it doesn't happen.
Put another way- if Jordan Hamilton would have gone to Miami he'd be in their rotation getting serious minutes right now imo. Instead he went to Denver, with 9 or 10 NBA quality players, and spent most of his year in the D League while playing ok for a rookie when he got a little chance with injuries.
I hope he likes all the individual awards.
Because that's all he's gonna get.
I want to fight him
twolves offer wesley johnson, michael beasley, darko and turd turd barea for lebron
well they're trading for the 3 time MVP. they have to give up something.
answer the Q!
very bizarre to say the least
Last edited by H34TX; 05-16-2012 at 09:44 PM.
are you serious? you don't know who that is, or what thats from?
Game 3 of the Knicks series and Bron scores 17 in the 4th to put the game away after the score was 58-56.
Game 4 of the Knicks series.... Bron hits a 3 and then scores on a ridiculous spin move and HIT THE FREE THROW. Spoelstra drew up a play for Wade even though Bron had just buried two shots. Wade missed it.
Game 1 of the Pacers series. Tied at 70 coming into the 4th, Lebron scores 16 in the 4th to close out the game.
Last year the Heat closed out the bulls with Bron scoring 8 points in the last 2:06 in the game.
The list goes on and on. So many people want to jump on the bandwagon of hating this guy. Every players misses shots. Every player has a bad game, or doesn't play well against certain teams. Lebron has had plenty of big games in the playoffs. Plenty of spectacular quarters. So many people are just looking for a reason. Wade had a point guard posted up 12 feet from the basket last night. Wade is an excellent post player. YOU HAVE TO THROW THAT BALL IN THERE.
No wonder he's smiling, his $#@! must have slid up his ass with those yoga pants on.
I still want to fight him.
Lebron is a 6'8" 250 lb black dude, no $#@!ing way would I fight him
http://insider.espn.go.com/nba/playo...ing-heavy-loadThe talk is that James' play hasn't been up to his usual standard, but that's inaccurate -- he was amazing in Game 1, nearly as good until the final minute of Game 2 and more ordinary in Game 3. For the series he's averaging 27 points, 10 rebounds and 3 steals, taking nearly nine free throw attempts per game … basically, he's been just as dominant as he was in the regular season, aside from a 3-point malaise (1-for-11) that has overtaken the entire team. He missed two free throws at the end of Game 2 and has looked winded late in games from the heavy load on him right now, but otherwise there's little room for complaint.
LeBron also would have twice as many assists if any of his teammates could make a shot. Here's an amazing stat from ESPN's Stats & Info group: The Heat are 3-for-19 on unguarded, catch-and-shoot jumpers this series, including 2-of-12 in Game 3. That's like striking out in batting practice.
Last edited by Michael Knight; 05-18-2012 at 04:42 PM.
But it's LeBron James, man. Have you seen him react to getting bumped around? He folds like a cheap tent.
Yea, you could say he moonwalks away from any contact because he doesn't want to get ejected.
You want to know why I could take him? Because he doesn't get motivated AT ALL to bury your ass by scoring. He'd still rather pass the ball.
I would curb stomp him.
He's a Paper Tiger, if even that. More like Glass Tiger.
Yeah Lebron does not come across a guy who wants to fight or likes confrontations. Not that there is anything wrong with that but he is definitely soft for his size. Just like KG. Sure, when Lebron is in the open court and dunks on no one, he starts yelling and getting excited and all like all those $#@!got Heat players. But push him around a little and he tucks his tail and runs.
I think Brian Cardinal who played for the Mavs last year would whoop his ass in a fight.
Durant's 3 to win the game last night is what Lebron should be doing if he was really the MVP.
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