Originally Posted by BigAl
You know its funny. The series is tied 2-2 and LeBron scores 48 to lead them to a 3-2 lead (and eventually the series win). He scores 29 of his teams final 30 points. All the sudden, its one of the greatest performances ever in playoff history. You can't pick up a newspaper without seeing an article about it. And rightly so.
A year ago on the day, Dirk Knowitzki was headed into game 5 against Phoenix. He dropped 50 in regulation (48 mins) to lead the Mavs to a 3-2 series lead (and eventually the series win). He scored 22 in the 4th quarter alone. Yet its just chalked up as a great playoff performance and thats it. Funny how the media likes to play up certain players but not others.
My point? LeBron's outing was great. But it wasn't that unique. Generally speaking, its nothing we haven't seen before.
yea but these people dont see that
they see lebron as an icon. and as the best player to ever play
i see gilbert arenas do what lebron does.
penetrate the defense and make that lay up
Lebron's good , dont get me wrong , but to comparing him to Jordan , Come on, hes no king yet
isn't kobe tied for the most 3's ????, People dont remember that do they