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haha there's no way you can orchestrate that. JR Smith did that because he's an airhead. He has a track record. It was a great game though. Too bad for the controversial ending.
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Warriors won Game 2 and lead 2-0. I believe the Warriors will sweep the Cavs and win back to back NBA championships. Furthermore making LeBron leave Cleveland.
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If Cleveland couldn't win at home, on a night when both Curry and Thompson were terrible all game....when exactly can they win?
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View PostMike_The_Golfer, on 07 June 2018 - 12:49 PM, said:

If Cleveland couldn't win at home, on a night when both Curry and Thompson were terrible all game....when exactly can they win?

They won’t. The series will be over tonight. A gentlemen’s sweep. I’m really surprised the NBA doesn’t see a problem with these version Warriors. The last 4 years the Warriors have the best record in NBA history and if it weren’t for a blown 3-1 lead would probably be talking about possible 3 or 4 peat. It’s become way too predictable before the season even starts now. And what’s the fun in that? I love the NBA but this has to be some sort of red flag.
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The NBA has always been like this, though. It's far and away the most predictable of the 4 major sports. The top teams always make the finals because the top players affect the games way more than in any other sport.
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View PostMike_The_Golfer, on 08 June 2018 - 09:10 AM, said:

The NBA has always been like this, though. It's far and away the most predictable of the 4 major sports. The top teams always make the finals because the top players affect the games way more than in any other sport.

This is true but the last couple of years it’s becoming growingly more predictable. It’s the sport that the players basically have the power.
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Once again they waste an 82 game season and playoffs. Everyone knew the outcome this year. Next year can we just skip every game and go straight to the trophy presentation. It will save alot of us time

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Warriors win 3rd title in 4 years. Kevin Durant wins back to back Finals MVP. It’s a shame that the 2nd best player in the league (Probably best offensive player in the league) joined a team with the best record of all time 73-9 in order to shift the balance of the league and guarantee a championship. Nothing against KD he has the right to go wherever he choose. Maybe it’s just me but it seemed like even when there weren’t good teams in past and recent past there were at least star players on the lesser teams. In today’s NBA all the star players are on the top heavy teams and the bad teams have draft picks and young players that are unproven and often cases don’t pan out. The NBA realistically probably can’t do anything about this because the players have the power in this league but it makes it frustrating to watch for the fans.
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Meanwhile Ovechkin and company have been on a 3 day drinking binge. The videos of them are hilarious





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