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Old 04-04-2018, 11:14 AM   #31
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Pippen, Kukoc and Rodman are hof even if they didn't play for the Bulls.

Harper was averaging like 20ppg every season in his career until he went to Chicago, then he averaged like 7ppg, insta drop off from 20 to 7. Not saying he's definitely hof worthy, but that tells you something.

maybe Rodman bc of his stint with the pistons. but Pippen, Kukoc, no way. not without MJ.
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Old 04-04-2018, 11:19 AM   #32
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- Shaq
- Dwyane Wade
- Ben Wallace
- Ray Allen
- Kyrie Irving
- Kevin Love
- Deron Williams
- Derrick Rose
- Chris Bosh
- Jerry Stackhouse
- Baron Davis


This is literally one of the worst, most uninformed posts ever made on ISH
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i didn't know 3/8 was considered 'dominating'. in that case i bet OP 'dominated' his math tests in high school
Let me guess though, 3/3 with 5 missed playoffs would be more dominating right
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the so-called HOF's on that bulls team are only in the HOF because of MJ.

on the other hand, Wade, Bosh, Kyrie, Love, Allen, Shaq would have been or will be HOF's even if they never played a minute with lebald.
It's far from a lock that Bosh & Love would've been HOF's without LeBron
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Old 04-04-2018, 11:27 AM   #33
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Let me guess though, 3/3 with 5 missed playoffs would be more dominating right


hey, no one is saying lefraud isn't a good regular season player. we all know he is. just like defrozen and harden. in fact, defrozen and harden are both BETTER offensive (maybe even defensive) players with better handles, shooting and footwork than lefraud.

the argument is that lebald is a choker. just like defrozen and harden. and a choker should NEVER be considered a GOAT.
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Old 04-04-2018, 11:34 AM   #34
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hey, no one is saying lefraud isn't a good regular season player. we all know he is. just like defrozen and harden. in fact, defrozen and harden are both BETTER offensive (maybe even defensive) players with better handles, shooting and footwork than lefraud.

the argument is that lebald is a choker. just like defrozen and harden. and a choker should NEVER be considered a GOAT.
Answer the question he asked, you rodent brained imp. Is losing in the first three rounds better than losing in the Finals?

As for the bolded, I really think you should get lobotomized. Would up your IQ to a total of 3 points.

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- Shaq
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- Ben Wallace
- Ray Allen
- Kyrie Irving
- Kevin Love
- Deron Williams
- Derrick Rose
- Chris Bosh
- Jerry Stackhouse
- Baron Davis


This faggot thinks Baron Davis played with LeBron?

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This is pure gold but unfortunately you, like 70% of the other Lebron stans here, started watching bball around 2010 and have no clue about half of those names


You're like "Shaq? Is that the fat guy from tv? Was he good at Basketball?"
You though Baron Davis played with LeBron, you fucking idiot.
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Old 04-04-2018, 11:34 AM   #35
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This is literally one of the worst, most uninformed posts ever made on ISH

This is pure gold but unfortunately you, like 70% of the other Lebron stans here, started watching bball around 2010 and have no clue about half of those names


You're like "Shaq? Is that the fat guy from tv? Was he good at Basketball?"
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Old 04-04-2018, 11:36 AM   #36
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Answer the question he asked, you rodent brained imp. Is losing in the first three rounds better than losing in the Finals?

As for the bolded, I really think you should get lobotomized. Would up your IQ to a total of 3 points.

so you think lebald has better handles, shooting and footwork than derozan and harden? if so, lmfao.
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Old 04-04-2018, 11:37 AM   #37
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so you think lebald has better handles, shooting and footwork than derozan and harden? if so, lmfao.
You said that they're better offensive players than LeBron. Not even a brain damaged rodent would say that.
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Old 04-04-2018, 11:38 AM   #38
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You though Baron Davis played with LeBron, you fucking idiot.


I guess I need to write in Hindu for you to understand anything. But I'm glad you got the job at the sewing company despite not beeing able to read
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Old 04-04-2018, 11:39 AM   #39
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You said that they're better offensive players than LeBron. Not even a brain damaged rodent would say that.

Everyone with another move than stiff arm, offensive foul bullying to the rim is a better offensive player.
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Old 04-04-2018, 11:41 AM   #40
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You said that they're better offensive players than LeBron. Not even a brain damaged rodent would say that.

go look at what you bolded son.
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Old 04-04-2018, 11:50 AM   #41
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go look at what you bolded son.
Try reading your own posts, kiddo.

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in fact, defrozen and harden are both BETTER offensive (maybe even defensive) players with better handles, shooting and footwork than lefraud.

That was the bolded part and you said Harden and DeRozan are better offensive (and defensive) players than LeBron.

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I guess I need to write in Hindu for you to understand anything. But I'm glad you got the job at the sewing company despite not beeing able to read
It's Hindi, you obese basement dwelling retard. I wouldn't expect someone as retarded as you to know it though.

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Everyone with another move than stiff arm, offensive foul bullying to the rim is a better offensive player.
Your idols most iconic shot was an offensive foul. A push off.
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Old 04-04-2018, 11:59 AM   #42
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Pippen, Kukoc and Rodman are hof even if they didn't play for the Bulls.

Harper was averaging like 20ppg every season in his career until he went to Chicago, then he averaged like 7ppg, insta drop off from 20 to 7. Not saying he's definitely hof worthy, but that tells you something.

Harper's drop had nothing to do with anyone but his own decline from age/injuries. It tells you he was pretty much done as a high scorer when he got to Chicago. It took Mitch Richmond about 15 years to get in, and he was a better player with markedly better career stats.

Rodman likely doesn't make the HOF without the Chicago run. There was alot of debate about his worthiness even with the Bulls tenure, so if his career had wound up in the shitter, and it was heading that way by 95....... its a long shot he makes it just off the Detroit tenure because whatever he was doing off-court was being negated by all the on/off court bullshit, and considering there's no set criteria for HOF voting anyways, it's quite possible those antics are held against him. At the very least, if we only go off the Pistons run I doubt he'd be voted in by now, maybe years from now when nobody who witnessed that era would be involved in any form with the voting process. 20 years from now, nobody will give a shit that he married himself.

We don't know what Pippen would have done on another team, either individually or team-wise to make that assumption with any certainty. Kukoc in the best case is probably an 18-20ppg guy on a mediocre team, but without knowing what kind of situations these players land in, there's really nothing of substance to know how their careers would go.
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Old 04-04-2018, 12:04 PM   #43
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When did Baron play with LeBron? I'm waiting to hear that answer...
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Old 04-04-2018, 12:29 PM   #44
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Valid point hmm, think about THAT.

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Oh man. Tell me who was a surefire HOF in those first 3 championship apart from Pippen? And Pippen was a nobody before he won his first title with MJ. MJ was already the best scorer in the game. He basically enhanced Pippen's career. The second time around he played with Rodman and Pippen. Drexler makes it seem like MJ played with Bosh, Wade and Allen and Bron played with Bj Armstrong and old ass Bill Cartwright.
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Old 04-04-2018, 12:36 PM   #45
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This is literally one of the worst, most uninformed posts ever made on ISH


its hard to take drexler seriously when hes talking about Lebron dragging no names to the Finals when hes been riding with HOFers like wade kyrie love and bosh in a joke conference for the past decade.
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