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    #31
    Originally posted by Buck_Nastier View Post
    Not me. My dad and I have been arguing about this. He thinks
    the Lakers can win one more while the Heat learn how to play
    together. He's a world cup fan, so I had to argue on his level
    with this:
    I'm sure he loved that!

    Do you two have any bets on it?
    ...it's worse than we thought. it turns out the people at the white house are not secret muslims, they're nerds.

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      #32
      Originally posted by Steven Edwards View Post
      Do you two have any bets on it?
      Yeah, we have a bet. I'm obviously taking Miami, but I'm not brave
      enough to pick how many games it'll take Miami to win. I doubt I'll be
      able to cover it if I lose, though. HA!

      How about you? Any friends or family willing to bet that they know
      more about basketball than Steven Edwards?

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        #33
        Originally posted by Buck_Nastier View Post
        Yeah, we have a bet. I'm obviously taking Miami, but I'm not brave
        enough to pick how many games it'll take Miami to win. I doubt I'll be
        able to cover it if I lose, though. HA!

        How about you? Any friends or family willing to bet that they know
        more about basketball than Steven Edwards?
        Nah. I'm the only basketball guy in my non-online circles anymore.

        If Miami stays healthy, I say they take it in 4 or 5.
        ...it's worse than we thought. it turns out the people at the white house are not secret muslims, they're nerds.

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          #34
          It looks like Lebron is taking some hits in the media lately. He just wants to be Robin and not Batman. Jordan said he'd never do what Lebron did and try to sway other superstars to join him. He wanted good role players around him and Pippen turned out to be better than a role player but he never tried to get other superstars to form a super team. Charles Barley said he'd never do what Lebron did at the age of 26 and neither would most who were the top players. Later in their career they might switch to a contending team to win a championship but they wanted the challenge of being the guy.

          There is also a discussion around Lebron not wanting to be "the guy" at the end of the game and people say you could see it in the playoffs this year but also throughout the season and past seasons. This, plus the fact he quit in the playoffs, etc. will be what people remember of him even if he wins a bunch of titles when they start to stack greatest of all time.

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