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Round 2, Game 6 | Cavaliers vs. Celtics | Thursday, May 13 | 8:00 ET

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thank you ben...

It was getting ugly...
 

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I don't know why, but I'll say it anyways.

I was honestly a lot more happier watching the shit years of the late 90s/early 00s than these past 7 years. If and inevitably when, LeBron leaves...I'll still be here...a REAL Cavs fan.
 

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I don't know why, but I'll say it anyways.

I was honestly a lot more happier watching the shit years of the late 90s/early 00s than these past 7 years. If and inevitably when, LeBron leaves...I'll still be here...a REAL Cavs fan.
That's because there were no expectations. You could watch the game and be okay with the outcome no matter what. It was better than watching perennial underachievers. It sucks knowing that a team with so much talent just couldn't execute when it mattered. But... Like you said... I'll be back for more punishment next year.
 

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Just looking back when LeBron makes those 2 straight threes, I thought we really had a chance.

God damnit, this sucks.
 

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As if my night couldn't get any worse, some random malware/virus shit popped up. You know what, fuck you Bin Laden, I blame this all on you. May you rot in hell you terrorist asshole.

Go USA! (that's about all we can root for at this point)
 

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I absolutely hate this...I hate this dejected feeling ..again...Everyone asking were Lebron is going..seriously right now I don't care..cuzed I'm pissed at him and the team...
How in the world did this team become unglued and implode??????
 

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Yes LBJ killed his image and reputation this series with no only Cav fans but with the national media....he was torched by them rightfully so and even called out by JVG and Marc jackson numerous times last night for his unwillingness to take over the game and his boneheaded play.
He doesn't have that killer instinct...don't tell me he got us close after the 3's because if he really had that killer instinct he wouldn't have scored 5 combine pts from the 10 min mark in the 2nd qtr to the 10 min mark in the 4th qtr

Not that he gives a fuck but I lost a shit ton of confidence in LBJ and he will have a hard time winning a title anywhere nest year..even if he comes back I think he is a soft ass spoiled brat that has had his ass kissed since he was 14 and has no mental toughness to really step up in tough situations...he just happens to be extremely gifted physically and that makes up for alot of his shortcomings....My favorite player of all time was Larry Bird and his career was cut short because he played to damn hard by diving for loose balls,takin charges,and just leaving it all out on the court....the players today especially LBJ are more worried about money and bitches than they are winning a title and that to me is why the NBA is so difficult to watch at times....I love hoop but half these motherfuckers these days don't even think the game of basketball through out there...they just run around taking bad shots,making bad passes,and committing stupid fouls with even understanding that they are doing most of that shit.

And I say these days but I am only 30...I just liked the old school menality of the 80's and 90's where guys were out to rip each others heads off...not give each other 3 different handshakes,a hug,and a blowjob at midcourt before the jump ball

I'm not sure of what will happen next year and I'd like for LBJ to comeback because he is very talented but he is gonna have to get some more heart,menatl toughness,and a killer instinct if he ever wants to hoist up that trophy....I think his supproting cast even though not great was good enough to win...Mike Brown is terrible I will say that but despite all of that we could have easily won this series if LBJ decided to step and play like the Great player he thinks he is.

And please nobody call him King...dude hasn't ever won anything and he has other grown ass men calling him King....no wonder he has such a huge Ego

See you boys later and it will be interesting to see all the turnover we have in the off season
 

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So I was only able to watch the first half last night. However, somewhere in another thread someone had mentioned this, and I tried to think back and it seemed like it could be the case from what I remember seeing, although I haven't looked back at the gametape nor do I really want to.

In the first half last night, Mo was aggressive and came to play. However, it seemed as if he wasn't trusting Lebron. There were at least two separate fast breaks where Lebron would have had an easy finish and Mo took it upon himself to take it to the rim. It was almost as if Mo was making a point not passing to LBJ. Was this just a lack of faith on his part that lebron wasn't really in this mentally/checked out? It really just seemed that there was a divide between the two and Mo had a "fuck this...if you aren't going to play and help us win get out of my way," attitude. Like he almost expected Lebron to not come out hard initially. Like I said, most of last night is hazy and it's just some images that popped into my head, but can anyone give their thoughts?
 

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So I was only able to watch the first half last night. However, somewhere in another thread someone had mentioned this, and I tried to think back and it seemed like it could be the case from what I remember seeing, although I haven't looked back at the gametape nor do I really want to.

In the first half last night, Mo was aggressive and came to play. However, it seemed as if he wasn't trusting Lebron. There were at least two separate fast breaks where Lebron would have had an easy finish and Mo took it upon himself to take it to the rim. It was almost as if Mo was making a point not passing to LBJ. Was this just a lack of faith on his part that lebron wasn't really in this mentally/checked out? It really just seemed that there was a divide between the two and Mo had a "fuck this...if you aren't going to play and help us win get out of my way," attitude. Like he almost expected Lebron to not come out hard initially. Like I said, most of last night is hazy and it's just some images that popped into my head, but can anyone give their thoughts?
Nope that's exactly what I thought too. I bet, among many reasons for this teams chaotic collapse, is some serious divide between players in the end.
 

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Anybody have a link to the last two minutes of the game? Can't find it on youtube. Thanks.
 

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