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Not saying one is better than other, just sharing their resumes at the same age.
MJ was in college until is Junior season, lulz..
I doubt he would've had much playoff success as a 18-21 year old.
Not gonna get into an argument with anyone. My only point is it is impossible to compare the two because if you looked at MJ at the same age no one in their right mind would have called him the greatest of all time.
For all we know Lebron is on the verge of a dominant streak like MJ went on. Just sit back and enjoy one of the greatest of all time in his prime instead of nitpicking and bitching.
they are crazy good this year and are playing as a team ; really thought Ray Allen would have more of a positive impact on the team
Agreed, although Ray has been deadly in late games.
I also think his impact goes well beyond the box score. The threat of a Ray Allen three is very scary for teams, and definitely opens up the floor for others.
Saving his legs.. He's been doing what he needs to when he's in... Just be ready for the playoff grind..
I Ain't got no Worries - Lebron James
DWade on tonight..
has averaged 21 points, five rebounds and five assists in 64 games and is shooting a career-high 51.9 percent from the field this season. In addition to having a chance to play in his hometown, Wade also has another incentive to get back on the court. The 10-year veteran shooting guard has partnered with best-selling author James Patterson to donate 1,000 books to a charity youth group in Miami for every point he scores Wednesday against the Bulls.
"Even if I score one point, it's a great deal," Wade said.
Noah is a game time decision tonight
OT, but I just pulled up my post history and this is my 174th post in this thread. Wow.
I bet im over 1500
You got me covered by a long shot, I'm at 414. 415 now I guess.
Husker is at like 750 or something around there, I got some serious catching up to do.
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big one tonight. gonna be tough in Chicago. That team hates the Heat as much as anyone. You know Noah wants to end this streak real real real bad.
Noah is out.
Drive for 28. Do work
no Bellinelli either. Still gotta get on Luol he's good enough to do damage.
I wonder if Vegas gave all the people who put money on the bulls tonight there money back
If jsmooth asked for it they did
damn. Can't do this BS again. Be nice to just put someone away by the end of the first.
Metta is out for at least 6 weeks. Can't decide if that helps or hurts the Lakers.
The bulls are one of the hardest teams to watch. I don't want to hear Boozer yelling everytime he's in the paint
Come on Wade.....
Can't stand Nate Robinson.
Bosh should hit a shot.
Nice make by Chalmers. He has been on fire during this run.
Love the silence in the United Center right now.
Battier FOR THREEEEE!!!!! Heat lead for the first time tonight.
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