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  1. NBA Top 50 Players: Who Is #1?

    I used to love the Warriors before they got good. Baron Davis, Jason Richardson, Mickael(sp?) Pietrus, Adonal Foyle, Steven Jackson, Monta Ellis, Andris Biedrins.....that squad was insanely fun to watch, especially J-Rich & B-Diddy. I remember thinking Ike Diogu was going to be the next Elton Brand and take that team to the next level with a low-post scorer. He was useless. And LeBron is certainly at fault for the crap players on the team...at least partially. He vouches for "his guys" instead of good players. We have so many wasted roster spots and bad contracts filled with LeBron's boys. So yeah, he's partially to blame for the crap we have on the roster, but it doesn't change the fact that he's working wonders with these bums.
  2. Do Tua Tagovailoa's Comments Raise a Red Flag?

    How do you know this? He's played like 40 collegiate snaps. And he was a highly touted recruit and lit up a very good Georgia defense as a freshman. I've seen plenty of people jump the gun on prospects before, but they usually play more than 9/10ths of a game in their freshman season before getting crapped on. And it's not like he's 5'8 or something. He's every bit as big as Baker Mayfield, who, as you know, went #1 overall. Nobody can say he's going to be anything right now and be correct.
  3. NBA Top 50 Players: Who Is #1?

    Yeah both are impossible to defend. Long-term Durant makes sense as he's obviously younger than James, but I've watched 95ish% of LeBron James' entire basketball career and this is his best year given all of the turmoil and crap sandwiches he has for teammates/coaches. He has truly been a 1-man show and has had to create everything for this team. It's so funny to watch us try to run offense when he's on the bench getting rest. The Warriors don't miss a beat when Durant sits. I know you can't really hold it against Durant for having great teammates, but it's harder to tell how well he could carry a team by himself because he has never had to do that...while in the prime of his career. (he gets a pass for the bad SEA/OKC teams he was on when he was a pup)
  4. NBA Top 50 Players: Who Is #1?

    I'd take Curry over KD in terms of scoring @John232. I don't watch nearly as much GS as you do, but I think Curry is a more dangerous offensive player than Durant is. Both are nasty, but I'd take Curry over Durant if I'm in desperate need of scoring. It does seem that Curry is more susceptible to having bad nights, whereas Durant is more consistent due to his length and ability to get his shot off over anyone. I wish we got to see prime KD on a team where he was the only good player. Like if KD was on Memphis or somewhere where there was no other offensive player to take shots away from him. I'd like to see his stats on a team without Westbrook, Harden, Curry, or Klay. I know he didn't always have Westbrook & Harden, but he wasn't prime KD then. But c'mon. He is nowhere near the overall player LeBron is and he's clearly nowhere near as good at setting up his teammates. LeBron's best attribute is his passing. Durant offers nowhere near the intangible things that LeBron does. He might score more points, but even that is close whereas the other areas simply aren't. LeBron James Anthony Davis Steph Curry Kevin Durant ^^^^^^^^^ that's how I'm ranking my top 4 players right now. After those 4, it really is a gigantic toss-up. I'm not that high on Westbrook or Harden given their stat-padding play styles, but I guess those are the next two somewhere. They aren't in the same tier as the top 4 though. Maybe Giannis or Kawai? I always loved Boogie Cousins, but I wouldn't say he's a top 5 player in the NBA. It gets really hard after the first 4.
  5. 2018 Season BOLD PREDICTIONS thread

    What about a dead & waterlogged Hue Jackson? That would get us 3-4 more wins.
  6. WCF: Warriors vs Rockets Thread- The Real NBA Finals

    I was about to call you out for a meme that made no sense until I researched who that woman in the picture was. Pretty funny stuff. That woman must loathe the NBA.
  7. NBA Top 50 Players: Who Is #1?

    Because he's a Warriors fan, that's why.
  8. NBA Top 50 Players: Who Is #1?

    It's LeBron James and it's still really not close. Then it's a toss-up between Davis/Curry/Durant.
  9. WCF: Warriors vs Rockets Thread- The Real NBA Finals

    No one ever guards him on Golden State. I don't think I've seen anyone get more uncontested 3 pointers than Draymond. If he were on the Nets, he'd be blanketed every single game. He's definitely better than like 50% of the dudes in the NBA on max contracts, but it doesn't mean I'd hand him one.
  10. WCF: Warriors vs Rockets Thread- The Real NBA Finals

    You are arguing it wasn't a biznitch move on his part? Professionally anyone joining a 73 win team makes sense. But it makes you look like a ho azz chump when you leave a great team to join the GOAT team that you choked against a few months earlier. It shows me a lack of pride. They're going to be amazing, but they aren't competing with GS in a 7-game Finals series. No1's whining about it. I'm stating that what he did was MUCH different than what any FA has ever done. It's not really GS's fault that the rules allowed them to get Durant, but no move ever threw the NBA into "welp it's over for everyone else now" mode quite like Durant's move.
  11. WCF: Warriors vs Rockets Thread- The Real NBA Finals

    Yeah I hope Draymond tears his ACL and they have to amputate both of his legs because I loathe him, but he's a stud. He wouldn't score nearly as much on another team, but he's the master of sprinkling in a little bit of everything. He's an amazing matchup piece to have on your roster for both offense and defense. He's underrated, but I wouldn't shell out a max contract for him if I didn't already have a Batman & Robin on the roster.
  12. WCF: Warriors vs Rockets Thread- The Real NBA Finals

    @jrry32 Al Horford and Gordon Hayward are not in the same stratosphere as Kevin Durant. And they joined the Celtics, a middling team, not the GOAT team. The Celtics, as much as I hate them, are nothing like the Warriors in terms of how they came to be. I'm really not all that salty about Curry/Thompson/Draymond. They drafted those guys. And Iguodala is not a big name FA. They had a great squad. And then a top 3 NBA player decided to leave his team high and dry to go join a 73 win team. A 73 win team that he blew a 3-1 lead to in the WCF. There is really no justification for what Durant did. It was snake-like. Nobody is beating this ridiculously stacked team with 4 legitimate SUPERSTARS on it. They have like 4 of the top 25-30 players on their roster. I don't understand how anyone expects to beat this nonsensical team. The NBA is going to be rough to watch for the next few years because of how hilariously stacked the Warriors are. There are some other great supersquads out there, but Durant going to GS made it impossible for anyone else to win. No1 is beating that team until they fall out of their primes (4-5 years away at least).
  13. 2018 Season BOLD PREDICTIONS thread

    I love Corey Coleman and think he's going to outperform what he's been thus far. With all that being said, he's not going to outproduce two of the most productive WR's in the NFL. If Coleman had 600 yards this season, I'd be thrilled. Gordon and Landry could each push for 1,000. Plus we have Njoku and Callaway, who will likely pull in 300-500 yards collectively. I think Coleman could do everything right on every single rep this year and still not outproduce our two star WR's. It is a bold prediction thread, though.
  14. All Things Wrestling Thread

    It's not going to. Nakamura is gonna win the belt and then AJ will have his rematch. My prediction: Nakamura beats AJ for the belt at MITB. Then in the July PPV rematch, Samoa Joe screws AJ out of the belt. Nakamura faces Daniel Bryan for the belt at Summerslam.
  15. Greg Williams on Denzel Ward. Lets think about this more

    I loved him. Thought he was going to be a surprise 3rd round pick. I think he makes the team as the 5th DE. LE: Ogbah/Nassib RE: Garrett/Smith/Frazier (I think Chad Thomas plays 90% inside)
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