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I make no claims on the cartoon in this post - it's not mine, obviously. I'm saying that the great Charles Schulz has summed up life as a Cleveland sports fan perfectly.
Add a mustache to Lucy and she looks like Stan van Gundy.
Told that Shmata Queen not to get too cocky. Series isn't over yet, but...I think that all that time off hurt them. You can't stay sharp if you take off too much time.I am still hoping to see LeBron and Kobe in the finals, but who knows.
oh the pain. the pain. nail biter to the end. now i'm exhausted AND demoralized. Orlando just has their number. but, more games to go.
A funny thing happened on the way to the predetermined Kobe/LeBron finals. The Magic and Nuggets got frisky!As a fan of none of those four, part of me is a little happy to see the NBA hype machine get stuffed (and the adage that good teams beat great players proven once again).On the other hand, I would like to see LeBron win a title, eventually. I'd like to be able to say I saw a transcendent talent and possibly the best/most revolutionary player ever.
A Schultz - Heh. Oy.Jack - Not over yet!Rebbetzin - ... :(Noyam - The Cavs had 66 wins for a reason, and it wasn't just LeBron. Their team was excellent. Suddenly, though, they can't hit a shot - from the 2nd best 3-point shooting team to horrible.WaitingForNextYear breaks down some of the numbers - it's quite mind-boggling.
I'm not saying the Cavs were just LeBron all year. I just mean the Magic are playing much better team/all-around ball right now. And it's enough to overcome LeBron.
Oh, agreed completely.What's astounding is how amazing LeBron is in keeping them close.I thought this was crazy: "he Magic made 17 three pointers in a game twice this year, and they won those games by 32 points and 23 points. They shot over 40% from three 30 times in the regular season. They went 27-3 in those games, with an average margin of 13.93 points. They’ve shot over 40% from three in this series 3 times. In those 3 games, the Cavaliers have lost by one point, won a game, and took them to overtime before losing by 2 in the third. The Cavaliers are not playing awful. The Magic are just a great team, built for just this. They knew with this team that they could get on fire like this, and when they’re on, look out. 27-3 speaks for itself. So for the Cavaliers to have had a chance to beat them every time they’ve shot like this in this series speaks volumes for the way LeBron James has carried this team."
Mo Williams isn't as good as people think. LeBron doesn't have enough support.