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Hadn't seen that. I don't mind it. He's cocky which doesn't bother me that much. Weird thing to say though.
Wade bothers the fuck out of me with his facial expressions.
I like Garnett and hate Lebron. If you don't like my opinion then you can drink bleach. Is that how it goes? I'm still new at overwrought hyperbole.
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Whenever I see Bosh smile, I want to punch him in the face.
I can't see a situation in which I would like Lebron. His recent whining about not getting credit for not taking the maximum possible money he could to sign with Miami is just icing on the cake.
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I'm confused. Because Lebron is the best player in the NBA, that means I have to like him?
Who hates Bosh? He's fucking hilarious.
Of all time.
And there's just no reason to hate him at this point. You're just being stubborn.
The Lebron James "Decision" says otherwise. That will never die.
I've always loved Lebron and disliked Kobe.
There are plenty of reasons to dislike him, and they have very little to do with the caliber of player he is.
The Decision? Move on. He has matured enormously since then.
What else? I just struggle to see how anyone is still on that bandwagon after watching how he handled himself 2 offseasons ago after his finals disaster, all last season, in the playoffs, and in the Olympics. He's an amazing ambassador to basketball in basically every way.
It's ok to like or dislike Kobe. Hating Lebron is just incorrect at this point. Sorry if anyone feels differently. I've been wrong about stuff before too. It happens.
I hate Kobe because I will always believe he let his own ego get in the way of the success of his team. I can't say that about Lebron.
The Decision was a career defining move, and winning a title (who didn't think that was going to happen) or continuing to be the best player in the NBA doesn't change anything for me. What about his personality has changed to counteract being a giant peice of shit? If anything, he's more entitled then ever.
If you're going to have such a list, and you include Dan Snyder (a perfectly defensible pick), you also have to include Peter Angelos.
My HOF sports personalities would include Calvin Griffith and Bob Short.
Call me a relic, call me what you will,
Say I'm old-fashioned, say I'm over the hill....
I've said this before on here, but it was a watershed lesson for me.
I hated Michael Jordan his entire career. mostly because he was a tar hole, but I also didn't really like the Bulls. Hating a great player like that is just stupid. It doesn't allow you to even appreciate all the great plays he makes because you're actively rooting for him to fail. It's just pointless. Don't hate great players*. Envy them perhaps, but enjoy their performances for sure.
*except that raping piece of shit Kobitch
Jordan is a jerk off the court so that does not count.
I am moving Dwight Howard way up, he is a clown.
That, and getting away with ass rape.
classlessthug: I have too much on my plate to worry about the fact that my junk intimidates some needle D undergrad.
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