Discussion in 'Boston Celtics Fan Forum' started by IcyPatriot, May 13, 2010.
Is he a Dog-Faker :confused3:
He certainly is.....
Left handed free throws incident...need we say more?
He's certainly the Tony Romo of the NBA - an inigma-when he's hot, he's hot, when he's cold, he's cold, and ends up bringing his entire team down with him.
Please shut up, you posted this rubbish in two threads.
He can come to Boston next season as far as I'm concerned. A proud and successful franchise is just the thing LeBron needs.
Watching this whole scenario play out and listening to all the talking momo's and the media really does not want to get it.
LeBron is not Bird, or Magic, Or Jabbar, or Kobe, or MJ, or Tim Duncan even. He's an ultra talented player who does not make his teamates better ... period.
He needs to be on a team that has a strong point guard ... so he can move on to being a real combo SF / PF type of player. If LeBron had rondo ... not Bosh or any of thise other head cases.
He needs someone who can make him better ... that's what he needs because he hasn't a clue how to make his teamates better ... none at all. KG can talk to him all day long ... he does not understand team and possibly never will. But he's a HOF player for sure ... who needs a PG.
LeBron is one of the best I've seen after MJ and Larry but they had the players around them to make a difference, LeBron does not.
Mike Brown has to go for a start, he is way overrated, he doesn't use his bench enough in big games either. The other problem is too many players on that team make too many bad decisions, Mo Williams really is a problem for that team.
Cavs DID win 60+ games in back-back seasons - Brown is a very good coach(was trained under Greg Popavich). Overall, the Cavs just didn't execute. They have good players, but 2nd straight year they failed to show up when it counted most.
No - not taking anything away from the Celtics, don't get me wrong - if anything, the Celtics are getting hot at the right time. I honestly feel it will be another Celtics/Lakers rematch in the Finals.
Brown doesn't use his bench in big games, he seems to panic and to not know what to do.
Look at all the big players in their championship years. Jordan averaged around 38 minutes per game, Larry Bird something similar, Kobe maybe 39. LeBron is a 39 minute man too but suddenly in the playoffs he is up to 42.3 against Boston, meanwhile Verrajao's minutes drop from 24.4 to 21 in the playoffs, and Hickson played averaged over 20 minutes a game during the season but only played a total of 9 minutes in the last 3 games against Boston. This all points to a coach who cannot handle pressure.
Brown is an absolutely horrible "coach".
No, Icy hit it on the head. Who the heck did MJ have surrounding him, Bill Cartwright? Scottie Pippen, who obviously was better then Bird. How did Pippen do when he was the man? Everyone else on that team were role players.
Even though Bird had talented players around him, he made them even better. James had plenty of talent on this team to make them better, if he had the knowledge and skill to transform that. Maybe it was his coach, but a great player will rise above inferior coaching.
I think James gets his ring, maybe a couple because he is one of the best, but it will be in the right situation.
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