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schmeto
schmeto
Rumor floating around town is that he is going to join the Los Angeles Sparks.
Bricebrice
Bricebrice
The variables at play here.....

GS get injuries and end up playing more games in the series than expected
Cavs suddenly start playing as a team and pull out more wins than expected
GS have 2 bad shooting nights in a row, lose 2 games and suddenly it goes more games than expected.
Cavs get hot from 3 two games in a row and win on 3's and it goes to more games than expected
Silver advises the refs to get on the Cavs, GS gets murdered on fouls and Draymond Green and [insesrt name here] gets tech fouls and suspended for 2 games for some provoked fight from Lebron

that's only a few scenarios that would destroy you... there are many many more.
bobmaloogatimesfive
bobmaloogatimesfive
LOL The only plausible reason why Cleveland would win this game is if Gold State hand it to them, so they can secure victory back in The Bay.   If Gold State want to win this game, the are winning, and nothing your GOAT man can do about it.  
gamblorman
gamblorman
Quote Originally Posted by lewistumelty:


There is no way LeBron spends a penny on supplements and foods. I believe he is legit just a finely tuned machine but all that stuff comes for free. I bet he has garages full of it. I play amateur rugby - we get paid in beer tokens and even we get given free sports drinks and protein and like. I can't even imagine what LBJ gets but he certainly does not pay for it! 

It would depend on who his sponsors are.   Most big money sponsors have garbage products that a guy like him wouldn't dare put into his body.  I doubt he drinks crap like gatorade.  The majority of that cost he spends would probably go towards him importing his own fresh fruit and vegetables.  Probably doesn't go to supermarkets, as he has the money to get them from the best Orchards in the world.  Probably does the same with meat too and with the supplements... how do you know he isn't spending 50k a year on ONE supplement.  Possibly some scientific concoction that you cannot even purchase due to requiring a chemist to actually make it for you.  
JONNYMUSH
JONNYMUSH
Quote Originally Posted by gamblorman:

I had the over... 

same thing.  over locked in, then BOOM, brain fart from Hill and Smith.  Dumb and Dumber 3.

Meant to say I had the UNDER! haha.  That's how mind blown I am by this ShIIt, my on brain has gone to the IQ of JR Smith.
JONNYMUSH
JONNYMUSH
I had the over... 

same thing.  over locked in, then BOOM, brain fart from Hill and Smith.  Dumb and Dumber 3.
Ikid2groove035
Ikid2groove035
Quote Originally Posted by Bobbys_pregame:


pretty sure his 30 million net worth and phenomenal luxury car collection keeps him busier than some 6 figured anonymous bet to gain bugger all in his world

Maybe some of his Gangbanging friends had a bet on the over then.  Just helping out old friends.
gamblorman
gamblorman
Quote Originally Posted by gambleholic63:

Wrong. LeBron spends a ton of money.....reportedly over $1,000,000 per year on healthy foods, legal supplements, and works his body into the best shape in the history of sports (unlike Chris Paul).


This is correct.  If anyone ever wonders why Wilt Chamberlain was such a dominant force, look up some documentaries on him.  His work rate was ahead of his time.  The guy was huge, always in the gym and out-bodied anyone he played against.  My assumption is that Lebron follows the same path as Wilt and does a shtload more gym work than others, which is why his physical advantage is immense.
Ikid2groove035
Ikid2groove035
Quote Originally Posted by Ikid2groove035:

It’s fcking clear like day and night - wake up idiots ? 33 year old playing better then he was at 23? Or course I never hear nba  busting any of there stars for roids/hgh? Joke 


People get more dedicated to important things to them in life as they age.  When he was younger he was probably doing a lot more partying than he does now.  I'd say he commits to training 100% more than when he was 25.

Also.. I believe the general size of NBA players has declined in recent times.  It's easier for big bodied guys to bust through now that so many teams are lightweights.  Look at Durant FFS, skinny stick Lebron just knocks over.  With Bogut on the Warriors a couple of years ago, Lebron's driving dunks would have come to a screeching halt.
vtec626
vtec626
Is there any reason Lue didn't call the time out?  Was he asleep or what?
gamblorman
gamblorman
Quote Originally Posted by BigRed_1:

yes indeed....poor poor poor disgustingly rich professional athlete who decided to continue playing with cleveland.  

Rich, yes.  But this guy has heart man.  He could stop playing today and live his life out comfortably doing whatever he wants, or he could just sit back on some team and just cruise.  To do what he has done the past 2 months, on a garbage team is something special.  I never really liked him much when he was at Miami, thought he was a glory chaser, but now I really see this guy has a heart the size of a racehorse.  And JR Smith has the heart the size of a pea.
gamblorman
gamblorman
Quote Originally Posted by KC_4_LIFE:

His greatness gets overshadowed by his dumb teammates. His basketball IQ alone is higher than the rest of his team combined. Very unfortunate, such a great performance tonight. This game could propel the warriors to a sweep.

And his effort and dedication is not to be underestimated.  I'm certain Lebron lives and breathes basketball and to win, but he is let down by this baggage that is just going along for the ride on his coattails.  Put him up with Simmons and Embiid, or Harden and Paul.  I'm at the point now with this stupid Cleveland team, that I want to see his work complimented, not thrown in his face and pissed on.
gamblorman
gamblorman
Pack the bags and head for Philly.  The worst part of this team is Lue.  Leave him there, to finish last next year.
vtec626
vtec626
Quote Originally Posted by Redsox2009:

warriors should have won by 15+ they were just teasing the Cavs as you can see they turn on the turbo mode in OT.


I disagree with this.  Cavs had them.  They jumped them, and had the win sewed up.  Just couldn't finish because of themselves.  GSW didn't win this game.... Cleveland lost it.
BlackwaterOP
BlackwaterOP
What's his new name?  JR Stupid? JR Dumb? JR Blind? JR Can't Count?
iand8224
iand8224
who knows man.  Refs do what they want these days.  Rules are made up as things go.
shoclo
shoclo
I had the under man... NBA hates me.

The game was 100% under if Hill hits that free throw and probably a 50% chance if GSW get the rebound/JR Smith actually took a shot.  

There was only 1 shot left in this game.  But the Hill miss combined with the JR Smith brainfade ensured OT was coming. 

The odds of this combination of events occurring at this exact end point of a game would have to be incalculable.......
vtec626
vtec626
as per the thread I just posted... I feel sorry for the Lebron today.  Does all he can, and these idiots throw it away.
gamblorman
gamblorman

I'm not a huge Lebron fan, but today I feel really bad for him.

Dude puts up a 51 point game, dragging his shiitbag of a team over the line, only to have it thrown away by amateur hour of the George Hill/JR Smith combo in the last 5 seconds.

If I were Lebron, I'd just leave this team now.  Absolutely pathetic bunch of basketball players outside Lebron and Love.
gamblorman
gamblorman
Quote Originally Posted by kings_duce:

It’s not a must game...bet under is just silly & you asked for it

how is bet under silly?  Hill hits the free throw... it's under.  Even if GSW get another shot, it's still under.

JR Smith's stupidity is what put it over man.  If it went over by 10+ BEFORE OT, then I'd admit that under was a stupid bet, but this game WAS UNDER until the Cavs mental implosion in the last 5 seconds sent it to OT.
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