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dirkdiggler41 05-26-2011 12:05 AM

A player going to the finals with two different teams in no fluke
 
Josh Howard, Devin Harris, Jason Terry, Jerry Stackhouse, Jason Kidd, Shawn Marion, Tyson Chandler, Erick Dampier, JJ Barea are all third options. Dirk carried his team in 06 and he does it again. Great teams, but he has never had a true 2. option, but he still made it.

dunksby 05-26-2011 12:06 AM

Re: A player going to the finals with two different teams in no fluke
 
Gino you have a collection of ISH accounts buddy? :facepalm

dirkdiggler41 05-26-2011 12:24 AM

Re: A player going to the finals with two different teams in no fluke
 
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Originally Posted by dunksby
Gino you have a collection of ISH accounts buddy? :facepalm


Im not him.

50inchvertical 05-26-2011 12:25 AM

Re: A player going to the finals with two different teams in no fluke
 
Jason Kidd is also in the finals with his 2nd team

donald_trump 05-26-2011 12:29 AM

Re: A player going to the finals with two different teams in no fluke
 
will him losing with 2 different squads be no fluke either?

Kblaze8855 05-26-2011 12:30 AM

Re: A player going to the finals with two different teams in no fluke
 
Has anyone ever said Dallas making the finals was a fluke?

Ive seen people pick the Mavs to make the finals literally every single year for the last 10 years. Mostly in 03, 05, and 07. But its not a rare prediction.

Sarcastic 05-26-2011 12:30 AM

Re: A player going to the finals with two different teams in no fluke
 
What do you mean 2 different teams? He did it with Dallas in 2006, and he did it again this year with....Dallas. :confusedshrug:

LurkingFanboy 05-26-2011 12:34 AM

Re: A player going to the finals with two different teams in no fluke
 
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Originally Posted by Sarcastic
What do you mean 2 different teams? He did it with Dallas in 2006, and he did it again this year with....Dallas. :confusedshrug:

HE means the parts around him basically which is pretty much very wrong in every way shape and form but he's implying he's carried two collections of spare parts to a title games. Which again is nice but D Wade has done it and Bron Bron has literally going to do it with two different teams so not sure what his point is.

kaiiu 05-26-2011 12:35 AM

Re: A player going to the finals with two different teams in no fluke
 
Wade and Lebron. though its not impressive at all considering they need each other just to make a 2nd trip :oldlol:

tpols 05-26-2011 12:36 AM

Re: A player going to the finals with two different teams in no fluke
 
There have been plenty of players to go the finals with different teams..
A few from this era:

Shaq
Kobe
Wade
Lebron
Duncan
Kidd

Just off the top of my head.

Scoooter 05-26-2011 12:36 AM

Re: A player going to the finals with two different teams in no fluke
 
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Originally Posted by LurkingFanboy
HE means the parts around him basically which is pretty much very wrong in every way shape and form but he's implying he's carried two collections of spare parts to a title games. Which again is nice but D Wade has done it and Bron Bron has literally going to do it with two different teams so not sure what his point is.

They're all great players, is the point.

thekavorka 05-26-2011 12:37 AM

Re: A player going to the finals with two different teams in no fluke
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by LurkingFanboy
HE means the parts around him basically which is pretty much very wrong in every way shape and form but he's implying he's carried two collections of spare parts to a title games. Which again is nice but D Wade has done it and Bron Bron has literally going to do it with two different teams so not sure what his point is.


Dirk did it with no other All Stars on his team.

tpols 05-26-2011 12:44 AM

Re: A player going to the finals with two different teams in no fluke
 
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Originally Posted by thekavorka
Dirk did it with no other All Stars on his team.

He has a collection of great veterans around him that no how to play defense.

Shawn Marion~great defender/finisher
Jason Kidd~all time great point guard who still can pass/make decisions with the best of them:great defense/stealing ability + fastbreak offense combo
Tyson chandler~One of the best defensive centers in the league/good finisher
JasonTerry/Barea~probably the most explosive scoring bench duo in the entire league.


This is a very good, veteran basketball team.

Typical retard mentality though to judge a team by how many allstars they have. Jason kidd brought more to Dallas in this series than westbrook brought to OKC despite westbrook being the 'allstar.'

Kingwillball 05-26-2011 12:46 AM

Re: A player going to the finals with two different teams in no fluke
 
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Originally Posted by 50inchvertical
Jason Kidd is also in the finals with his 2nd team



After tomorrow same with Lebron..

kaiiu 05-26-2011 12:47 AM

Re: A player going to the finals with two different teams in no fluke
 
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Originally Posted by Kingwillball
After tomorrow same with Lebron..

Lebron has Wade though. Nothing to be impressed with :confusedshrug:


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