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Front runner alert.
This guy only likes Alabama because they win.
Edit: You caught me
This post was edited by James Moriarty 10 months ago
University of Alabama: The high mark of college football since 1892
We don't know that.
FRONT RUNNER ALERT!!
Indeed, and I feel no need to prove it to you.
I am a front runner!
There are plenty of front running Oregon fans too. I've seen some bad seasons though. I didn't change allegiances. I won't when we inevitably drift back down to earth one of these years.
I don't like Oregon because they're good. That's the difference, and that does extend back to high school if that prospect has been hyped as much as Lebron was back then. Do you think they would give two s#!ts about Lebron right now if he flopped and turned into Kwame Brown? Or even if he only turned out to be as decent as a guy like Bargnani? They would just be the worlds biggest Kevin Durant fan. Who's next? Andrew Wiggins?
im gonna make front runner trend on twitter
gomez--did you see that brick that bron threw up in crunch time yesterday? reminded me of the opposite of Larry Bird
What is happiness? The feeling that power is growing, that resistance is overcome.--Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
Lulz might be one of the dumbest posts I have ever read..
I'm sure his triple double was a really bad night. Smooth, you're in dangerous waters here. Swim to shore before the sharks get ya'...
I didn't see the game and never get to see any of the games. I get to see the highlights and the box score. Parker's shot was obviously Lebron's shot and he should have willed in Bosh's three that he set up so he could've shot it underhand.
Parker was the best player on the floor, by far, in the 4th qtr.
There's no way you can spin that.
It was one game. James wasn't nearly aggressive enough.
Parker wasn't the best player on the floor, he just looked more aggressive than James. Saying he was the best is just not true at all. He had a bigger impact that is for sure.
You could say, the Heat loss because LBJ wasn't aggressive enough.
But, it's more truthful to say, the Spurs won, because Parker owned the last qtr.
BornToBeRed said: WPS, just a head's up. We might be the most family-friendly board on the network, so take it easy on your normal wps-ness.
I'm not calling mrider out for this.
But, all Heat fans are saying, "it was only gm 1." Which is true, as I believe the Heat have a good chance of winning in 7.
But, when LBJ had that 16 pt, 3rd qtr, against the Pacers, most of them, and the analyst, acted like LBJ had just put on some all time great performance.
Parker scores 10 in the 4th, including the biggest shot of the playoffs so far, on the road, in the Finals, and it's nothing to see here... No big deal, it's only gm 1.
It's weird how hypocritical Heat fans are over wins and losses.
This post was edited by CRgator1 10 months ago
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