Martti. wrote:Axel. wrote:68 points, Miami beat Cleveland in 1991, 148-80. Irony much?
It was the other way round.
Axel. wrote:Martti. wrote:Axel. wrote:68 points, Miami beat Cleveland in 1991, 148-80. Irony much?
It was the other way round.
Oh, my bad. Must've read that wrong.
Axel. wrote:Wrong team choice? That's coming from a Lakers fan...
Axel. wrote:A Clippers' fan's opinion is far more concrete, heck, even a Cavs fan...
Axel. wrote:Yeah, I'll continue to support my losing Rockets team, fact still remains that we have two championships, MJ or not, and that I didn't just start being a fan of a team because they were champions at the time. I don't care how bad things get for the Rockets, I'm a loyal fan all the way.
So who'll get steamrolled by the Stealth next?
Houndy wrote:Sit wrote:Lamrock wrote:Durant/Tyson 91, Rockets 90
Never noticed that lol
I know right?
Kenny on Create A Legend mode wrote:I was fumbling around with the controls and making a lot of mistakes. If you’re about realism in NBA games, but you lack the experience in this type of game mode, I’d suggest starting with a player like Kwame; it really does feel like an authentic experience straight off the bat.
|)e8* wrote:Tenacious B
King James Embarrassed As Chara Excites
JANUARY 6, CLEVELAND – Lebron James was booed off his home court after a lacklustre game in which he shot 3 for 16 from the field; including 1 for 13 from three point range. James finished with 9 points, 9 rebounds, 6 assists as his Cavs fell 116-96 in their NBA Finals rematch against the defending champion Sacramento Kings.
Raymond Felton and Rudy Gay each scored 19 points and Joakim Noah added 18. Despite these three players scoring close to 20 points each, James’ poor performance could not be overcome as key Cavs Byron Brock (8 points, 5 rebounds) and Mo Williams (4 points, 5 assists, 5 turnovers, 1-9 FG) struggled as well.
Moses Chara caused a ruckus as he jumped onto the scorers’ table at the end of the third quarter. With the Kings leading by 15 points, the 2013 League MVP was reacting to the crowd’s constant jeers for the night by shouting back insults and making obscene gestures. The NBA has since fined him $ 15, 000 for his actions. “I was just giving back what they were giving me,” Chara said disgustingly, “They’re all scum.”
Chara finished with a season high 44 points on 14 for 19 shooting from the field. He had a completely opposite night to his rival, James, as he hit 7 treys. Chara also added 5 rebounds and 6 assists to his total. Michael Redd added 18 points, Rashard Lewis scored 13 from off the bench and Al Jefferson outplayed Brock with 12 points and 10 rebounds.
The Kings scored 68 first half points before stalling in the third quarter. Led by Chara in the final quarter, the Kings dumped another 32 points on the Cavs in the last period. Chara hit three triples in that fourth quarter and thanked the Cavs crowd for it, “They were asking for it. It doesn’t take much to motivate me to shut them up.”
By the end of the night, the Cavs’ home crowd wasn’t exactly shut up as they booed and pelted rubbish at the home side as James led his team into the tunnel. James admitted later, “We played really bad. I played really bad. I know that I have to lead the guys a lot better.”
hova- wrote:That's the Chara I know. Dropping threes and dropping insults Good to see LBJ getting embarrased. Looking forward to your game against Gray and his S(B)ucks
Houndy wrote:Association, whatever.
LeBron got killed. Chara is the true king.
dare wrote:If someone can make the roster to 2k11 then I would love to play it.
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