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Old 02-27-2013, 11:44 AM   #31
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Default Re: Why is no one strong enough to guard Lebron?

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LeBron's defense comprises of lots of fouling but he never gets called for them, that's how refs help him like no other superstar in the history of the game.
Dude please stop this sh.t.

I know you dont like him but he never goes for fakes he doesnt reach in.He studies the opposing players more than any other player in the league except his teammate battier(battier said lebron and himself study the player tendencies and they have an incredible long scouting report).

Please dont claim something you cant prove.Durant has a tendency to reach in and he does go for the fakes and he averages 1.9foul per game.

Bynum has only averaged 1.7 fouls per game last season despite playing center and 35.2mpg.

Kobe last year averaged 1.8 fouls per game and he is not a very disciplined defender.(this year he has been horrible)

You simply cant base your opinion on numbers alone.He just doesnt foul.

You dont have any evidence because he doesnt foul at all.
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Old 02-27-2013, 12:10 PM   #32
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So true.

I've never seen a player be so protected on both end of the floor. And he still has the nerves to take out his mouth guard in anger and to throw his hands up in the air in disbelief when he gets called for one foul every other week.
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Old 02-27-2013, 12:13 PM   #33
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LeBron's defense comprises of lots of fouling but he never gets called for them, that's how refs help him like no other superstar in the history of the game.


LOL at this butthurt Durant fan talking about ref help. No one get more BS calls than KD,
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Old 02-27-2013, 12:14 PM   #34
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So true.

I've never seen a player be so protected on both end of the floor. And he still has the nerves to take out his mouth guard in anger and to throw his hands up in the air in disbelief when he gets called for one foul every other week.
haha if that. Didn't he go like 20 games this year without any fouls. or was I dreaming
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Old 02-27-2013, 12:23 PM   #35
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haha if that. Didn't he go like 20 games this year without any fouls. or was I dreaming

Yes, something like that. And it's not just him. The entire team turns on the "hack mode" when the games are close. Hand-checking/slapping/pushing at its worst, yet they go without a single foul for several minutes, and that's when the outcome of their games is usually decided.
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Old 02-27-2013, 12:39 PM   #36
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****ing idiots in this thread. Lebron is hit on 50% of the time he goes up and doesn't get a call. He gets like 6.5 fts per game and is attacking the hoop and in the paint like crazy. To answer your question OP, if you try to put someone on Lebron that can match his size and strength, he is too skilled and athletic for them
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Old 02-27-2013, 12:49 PM   #37
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GTFO with that, Kobe had 3 season of 10+ FTA per game. MJ who played under "jordan rules" has 1 season of 10+FTA

Kobe also has 7 seasons of 8+ FTA per game, Jordan has 2.


Kobe has been one of the most babied stars by the refs since his 2nd year in the League






Good thing you deleted yours post marksmadsen
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Old 02-27-2013, 12:55 PM   #38
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I dont get it. Can someone explain?
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Old 02-27-2013, 01:10 PM   #39
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I dont get it. Can someone explain?

Sure. In that play, Lebron barreled into a completely static defender clearly outside the restricted area, and the ball didn't go in; the ref in the pic gave him an and-1 and ESPN showed the play as a "game winner" in their highlight reel even though it happened during the first quarter.
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Sure. In that play, Lebron barreled into a completely static defender clearly outside the restricted area, and the ball didn't go in; the ref in the pic gave him an and-1 and ESPN showed the play as a "game winner" in their highlight reel even though it happened during the first quarter.

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