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    Default Re: Lebron calls Warriors "most healthy team in nba history"

    LeBron on #Warriors 15-0 start without coach Steve Kerr: "It would be more impressive if they were doing all this without Steph." #Cavs


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    Default Re: Lebron calls Warriors "most healthy team in nba history"

    He who teams up with Irving and Love shan't comment with salt about other teams health.

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    Quote Originally Posted by outbreak
    Lebron has to be the most insecure sports star ever right? All the check my stats shit the headbands commenting on haters and other teams that beat him. Really has issues with his short commings.
    we have video evidence of why that is lol

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    Default Re: Lebron calls Warriors "most healthy team in nba history"

    Salty mother****er.

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    Default Re: Lebron calls Warriors "most healthy team in nba history"

    Must be why their starting center has missed multiple games and they are missing their coach

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    Quote Originally Posted by HenryGarfunkle
    Dude is brutally honest about shit these days

    His interviews are ten times more powerful than curry's. Curry has nothing to say, and no points to make

    LeBron owns the room every time he speaks
    Curry beats him even at that. Dude has MEMORABLE, CUTE press confs



    He STEALS the show

    meanwhile in betaland...



    "ya'll need to goto work tomorrow"

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    Default Re: Lebron calls Warriors "most healthy team in nba history"

    Quote Originally Posted by Achilleas
    LeBron on #Warriors 15-0 start without coach Steve Kerr: "It would be more impressive if they were doing all this without Steph." #Cavs



    Salty.


    You mean to tell me the Cavs would fair better without Lebron?


    Of course they are better with Curry. What a stupid statement by Lebron, again...

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    Default Re: Lebron calls Warriors "most healthy team in nba history"

    Calling it like it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaOldLion
    Must be why their starting center has missed multiple games and they are missing their coach


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    LOL this is the salty statement.



    "It would be more impressive if they were doing all this without Steph," James said. "Then there would be a conversation to talk about."


    Since they are it's not impressive?

    GTFOH King James. You still my dude but your salt is showing.

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    Default Re: Lebron calls Warriors "most healthy team in nba history"

    salty
    seriously he does not deserve any form of respect from anyone

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    Default Re: Lebron calls Warriors "most healthy team in nba history"

    So salty as it seems. He's not wrong.

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    reeks of rent free

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Jabbar
    Dell's 4 year old granddaughter is more entertaining than Steph.

    And notice how his daughter completely owns him, telling him to be quiet and shit, lmao. Dell's beta son, man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kvnzhangyay
    This quote is so taken out of context and the people responding to this thread just show how much the media has taken control of them

    E. Unibus Pluram
    http://espn.go.com/nba/story/_/id/14...team-ever-seen

    INDEPENDENCE, Ohio -- LeBron James says there is a not-so-secret ingredient -- beyond a talented roster that features reigning MVP Stephen Curry -- to the Golden State Warriors' success: avoiding injuries.

    "I think it comes with a lot of health," James said when asked about the Warriors tying the all-time mark for best start to a season at 15-0. "They've been healthy. They've been the most healthy team I've ever seen in NBA history, and they have great talent. Those guys all play for one common goal and that's to win, and that's all that matters."

    James said that continuity in the lineup has led to consistency in their play.

    "They've just been consistent," James said. "I think the most impressive thing is the way they just they've been playing at a high level, man, for so long."

    The Cleveland Cavaliers, meanwhile, are down four of their top eight rotation players at the moment with Kyrie Irving (left knee), Iman Shumpert (right wrist), Timofey Mozgov (right shoulder) and Mo Williams (right ankle) all sidelined.

    "I'd much rather be on the other side and having guys in the lineup, having guys healthy," James said. "I've always heard that saying of, 'Is it a blessing that guys are out and guys can step in?' I think it's good for some of the guys that don't get to play as much -- they get an opportunity. But at the same time, I'd much rather be full and know what we're going to have and play at a high level for most of the year so we know what we can fall back on at the end of the season.

    "But that's one thing you can't control. You can't control injuries. The one thing you can control is what you're doing out on the floor, how well you're playing, how hard you're playing and how much you're sacrificing and giving to your teammates."

    The Cavs were missing Irving, Kevin Love and Anderson Varejao in their 4-2 Finals loss to the Warriors, while Shumpert and Matthew Dellavedova were also battling health issues.

    Golden State has understandably been on Cleveland's mind this season, with James calling the Warriors the "more hungry" team thus far. Several Cavs players have also mentioned being motivated by the anger they felt over the Finals loss.

    "They're going to be a tough team to beat all year and they've been great so far," Love said. "We'll see what happens."

    Golden State hasn't been completely healthy, however. Luke Walton has filled in for coach Steve Kerr all season, of course, as he recovers from two offseason back surgeries. James, however, said you can't compare the loss of a coach to the loss of a key player.

    "It would be more impressive if they were doing all this without Steph," James said. "Then there would be a conversation to talk about."
    ^For anyone who wanted to read the whole things and didn't just read the title.

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