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    NBA Superstar FultzNationRISE's Avatar
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    Angry Lebron is still a championship caliber superstar but he doesnt have a team.

    Austin Reaves, 2/7 from outside great job bud.
    AD, 41 minutes zero assists, how impressive.
    Hey way to go DLo, you held Grayson Allen to 24 points - only 12 above his season average!

    The rest of the team is so irrelevant their names arent even worth speaking.


    Great job Lakers! That silence at the trade deadline is really helping you keep pace in the bloodbath west!

    GREAT ****ING GOING!!!!!!!!

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    NBA Legend and Hall of Famer Xiao Yao You's Avatar
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    Default Re: Lebron is still a championship caliber superstar but he doesnt have a team.

    they got their buyout. How much help do they need?

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    Default Re: Lebron is still a championship caliber superstar but he doesnt have a team.

    Nobody in the history of the sport has achieved less with more.

    If LeShrivel had decided to load manage this game, Lakers would have won.

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    Default Re: Lebron is still a championship caliber superstar but he doesnt have a team.

    Quote Originally Posted by Full Court View Post
    Nobody in the history of the sport has achieved less with more.

    If LeShrivel had decided to load manage this game, Lakers would have won.
    This! Beat team with best record in the league on the road without him.

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    Default Re: Lebron is still a championship caliber superstar but he doesnt have a team.

    AD had 22 and 14 on 65% shooting. With 5 stocks.

    DLo had 20 points and 7 assists on 8 of 14, and 4 of 8 from 3.

    The Lakers are stacked. They would be a better team if they traded LeBron and stopped playing a totally stagnant game and playing 4 on 5 when on D. The team does have a problem, but it’s not the one you identify. It’s pretty easy to see for any fairly neutral person.

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