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    Default Re: Anderson Varejao states the difference between Warriors and Cavs

    Lebron > All of that amazing ball movement.

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    Default Re: Anderson Varejao states the difference between Warriors and Cavs

    He is correct, the Warriors did move the ball so well

    http://i.imgur.com/Jg6TZJ1.mp4



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    Default Re: Anderson Varejao states the difference between Warriors and Cavs

    Quote Originally Posted by FireDavidKahn
    He is correct, the Warriors did move the ball so well

    http://i.imgur.com/Jg6TZJ1.mp4



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    Default Re: Anderson Varejao states the difference between Warriors and Cavs

    to win, you need not just "move the ball so well," you gotta put it in the basket too.

    what's the use of moving the ball well if you still can't score?

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    Default Re: Anderson Varejao states the difference between Warriors and Cavs

    Quote Originally Posted by 3ball
    Normally, point guards are the only players that have a high time of possession and low assisted rates (teammates rarely throw PG's assists because PG's operate off-the-dribble).

    But Lebron plays point guard from the forward position, so his presence provides a 2nd player with high time of possession and low assisted rate IN ADDITION to the existing point guard.. His abnormally high time of possession and low assisted rate means his teammates have less time with the ball and less opportunity to assist than other teams whose forwards have a NORMAL time of possession and assisted rate for forwards.

    This is why the stats show that Lebron lowers his teammates' assists (turns them into play-finishers), which ultimately robs them of the capacity to succeed against the best playoff teams.. They underperform and are blamed for the losses, even though Lebron's style and method of accumulating his own stats (ball-dominant, PG-style from the forward position) robbed them of the capacity to perform well.
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    So why did they beat this best playoff team this time around oh great 3ball?

    LeBron played even more of a point forward role given his assists and time on the ball, and they won.
    They won against the best team ever in fact.

    Must suck when your bullshit catches up with you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by plowking
    So why did they beat this best playoff team this time around oh great 3ball?

    LeBron played even more of a point forward role given his assists and time on the ball, and they won.
    They won against the best team ever in fact.

    Must suck when your bullshit catches up with you.
    After game 6 where Bogut went out and Andre could hardly move and was clutching his lower back after every whistle, things were just about done. As much as people like to paint the picture of Golden State being a bottomless pit of depth, there wasn't any serviceable big man to soak up minutes at the 5 and to make things worse their best Power Forward is 6'5''. By the time game 7 rolled around it was obvious there wasn't enough size and skill left on Golden State's roster to compete with the Cavaliers for 48 minutes.

    Cleveland's 2016 win wasn't some miracle, it was inevitable after the suspension and subsequent injuries the Warrior team experienced.

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    Default Re: Anderson Varejao states the difference between Warriors and Cavs

    Quote Originally Posted by warriorfan
    After game 6 where Bogut went out and Andre could hardly move and was clutching his lower back after every whistle, things were just about done. As much as people like to paint the picture of Golden State being a bottomless pit of depth, there wasn't any serviceable big man to soak up minutes at the 5 and to make things worse their best Power Forward is 6'5''. By the time game 7 rolled around it was obvious there wasn't enough size and skill left on Golden State's roster to compete with the Cavaliers for 48 minutes.

    Cleveland's 2016 win wasn't some miracle, it was inevitable after the suspension and subsequent injuries the Warrior team experienced.
    Dont' forget Lebron calling Silver to get Curry kicked out with 6

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    Default Re: Anderson Varejao states the difference between Warriors and Cavs

    Quote Originally Posted by warriorfan
    After game 6 where Bogut went out and Andre could hardly move and was clutching his lower back after every whistle, things were just about done. As much as people like to paint the picture of Golden State being a bottomless pit of depth, there wasn't any serviceable big man to soak up minutes at the 5 and to make things worse their best Power Forward is 6'5''. By the time game 7 rolled around it was obvious there wasn't enough size and skill left on Golden State's roster to compete with the Cavaliers for 48 minutes.

    Cleveland's 2016 win wasn't some miracle, it was inevitable after the suspension and subsequent injuries the Warrior team experienced.
    If Curry is so great he should have saved them.

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    Default Re: Anderson Varejao states the difference between Warriors and Cavs

    Quote Originally Posted by RRR3
    If Curry is so great he should have saved them.
    Curry was suffering from an MCL injury

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    Default Re: Anderson Varejao states the difference between Warriors and Cavs

    Quote Originally Posted by warriorfan
    Curry was suffering from an MCL injury
    How'd he do this, then?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_FoxxMN8gNA

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    Quote Originally Posted by RRR3
    Doing a dunk in warm ups in no way indicates a player is 100% healthy. The main problem that is caused by an MCL injury is loss of lateral movement and explosiveness.

    The MCL is one of four ligaments connecting the femur bone to the tibia at the knee. It helps keep the knee stable as it moves from the outside to the inside.

    So the lateral movements are going to put pressure on the ligament.

    Athletic trainers refer to what’s called a “valgus” position — that’s when the knee is turned inward toward the center of the body, and the MCL stretches to keep the joint stable.

    Most people naturally stand in a slight valgus position, meaning they are putting a little pressure on their MCL without even trying. Playing basketball just adds to that stress, especially during quick lateral movements

    “That valgus position occurs pretty often in basketball,” said Meredith Petschauer, an exercise and sports science professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, “because what you have to do in basketball all the time is plant your foot and turn in a different direction.”

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    Default Re: Anderson Varejao states the difference between Warriors and Cavs

    I know a difference that matters

    Cavs = champions
    Warriors = losers (just like their no-life fans)

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    Default Re: Anderson Varejao states the difference between Warriors and Cavs

    True Cavs fans wouldn't hate Andy

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    Default Re: Anderson Varejao states the difference between Warriors and Cavs

    Lol honestly warriorfan... Go outside and get some hobbies and friends, champ... You'll legit feel better

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    Default Re: Anderson Varejao states the difference between Warriors and Cavs

    Anderson Virginao is the most cancerous player in the league

    He brought his loser mentality that he got from Lebron ames

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