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Thread: 2007: Is There a Worse Performance in the NBA Finals from a Healthy Superstar?

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    Default Re: 2007: Is There a Worse Performance in the NBA Finals from a Healthy Superstar?

    Quote Originally Posted by aj1987
    Again, you sense idiot. He didn't have the MDE and he was playing against a team with 4 All-NBA players and an FMVP off the bench.
    Lebron would have had Phil fired and Shaq traded for a 3-point specialist

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    Quote Originally Posted by ImKobe
    Lebron would have had Phil fired and Shaq traded for a 3-point specialist
    Is that why Phil called Brick a dog shit defender?

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    Default Re: 2007: Is There a Worse Performance in the NBA Finals from a Healthy Superstar?

    Great thread, fellas.

    Just so we're on the same page...

    So we couldn't come up with anything worse than 6 TO's per game, 35% shooting, 20% from the 3, and 69% from the freethrow?

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    6 TO's are worse than bricking 6 shots. At least if you brick then, you have a chance for an offensive board.

    Turnovers are 1, a wasted possession and 2, 50/50 fast break 2 pt for the opponent.

    If you were to factor that into his shooting percentage....

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    Default Re: 2007: Is There a Worse Performance in the NBA Finals from a Healthy Superstar?

    lebron stans gettin mad insecure atm

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    Default Re: 2007: Is There a Worse Performance in the NBA Finals from a Healthy Superstar?

    Quote Originally Posted by PickernRoller
    6 TO's are worse than bricking 6 shots. At least if you brick then, you have a chance for an offensive board.
    I agree. It was on full display in the 2013 finals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PickernRoller
    6 TO's are worse than bricking 6 shots. At least if you brick then, you have a chance for an offensive board.

    Turnovers are 1, a wasted possession and 2, 50/50 fast break 2 pt for the opponent.

    If you were to factor that into his shooting percentage....
    You do know that your lover averaged 22 PPG on 38% shooting over his first 4 NBA Finals, right?

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    Default Re: 2007: Is There a Worse Performance in the NBA Finals from a Healthy Superstar?

    I believe Kobe was even less efficient in the 2000 finals, when you take ts%. There isnt much difference between Kobe's 2000 and Lebron's 2007.

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    Default Re: 2007: Is There a Worse Performance in the NBA Finals from a Healthy Superstar?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Feeny
    I believe Kobe was even less efficient in the 2000 finals, when you take ts%. There isnt much difference between Kobe's 2000 and Lebron's 2007.
    Well, one difference


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    Quote Originally Posted by SwayDizzle
    lebron stans gettin mad insecure atm
    Its that time again...Right when the finals are over...........

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    Default Re: 2007: Is There a Worse Performance in the NBA Finals from a Healthy Superstar?

    Steph Curry 2019

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    So you mean to tell me the guard who was intentionally injured by Jalen Rose, STILL played, chased around Reggie Miller, and still found a way to contribute offensively when it mattered the most?

    Well damn..

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    Lol @ SouthBeachtalents and Mr Feeny blatantly admitting that they weren't watching basketball in 2000 but LOVE talking about the 2000 Finals.

    Jalen Rose intentionally walked underneath Kobe to take Kobe out of the series; he's admitted it.

    If they don't know basic shit like that, then why trust their analysis with anything else?

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    Default Re: 2007: Is There a Worse Performance in the NBA Finals from a Healthy Superstar?

    Quote Originally Posted by 34-24 Footwork
    Lol @ SouthBeachtalents and Mr Feeny blatantly admitting that they weren't watching basketball in 2000 but LOVE talking about the 2000 Finals.

    Jalen Rose intentionally walked underneath Kobe to take Kobe out of the series; he's admitted it.

    If they don't know basic shit like that, then why trust their analysis with anything else?
    Bish I never said that, quit makin shit up like usual

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    Default Re: 2007: Is There a Worse Performance in the NBA Finals from a Healthy Superstar?

    Quote Originally Posted by 34-24 Footwork
    Lol @ SouthBeachtalents and Mr Feeny blatantly admitting that they weren't watching basketball in 2000 but LOVE talking about the 2000 Finals.

    Jalen Rose intentionally walked underneath Kobe to take Kobe out of the series; he's admitted it.

    If they don't know basic shit like that, then why trust their analysis with anything else?
    What are you crying about now? We are discussing worst performance in a finals. Kobe's was arguably the worst ever. If you're healthy enough to play, you're healthy enough. Otherwise,you open up a whole can of worms. Very few players are still 100% when the finals come around. Being sore or a little banged up doesn't mean you're injured. Otherwise, every poor finals by a player can be pinned on being banged up.

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