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LeBron ignores Reggie Miller’s comments on learning to win

May 3, 2012, 1:00 PM EDT

Miami Heat forward James shoots over New York Knicks defenders Chandler, Smith and Anthony in the second quarter of Game 2 of their first round NBA Eastern Conference basketball playoff in Miami Reuters

There’s no way for LeBron to win — other than to actually win — so he made the smart move in not bashing a Hall of Famer.

Here’s what happened: TNT analyst Reggie Miller was working the Heat’s Game 2 game when the topic of LeBron James in the offseason came up. After the Heat fell to the Mavericks last year, LeBron reached out to Magic Johnson, Hakeem Olajuwon and Isiah Thomas to pick their brains about what it takes to win a ring.

Miller thought that foolish. Here is what he said, as transcribed by the Sporting News.

“This is one of the most physically gifted guys in our league,” Miller said on TNT. “He left Cleveland, and he had every right to join one of the top five players in the league in Dwyane Wade along with Chris Bosh.

“Now he’s reaching out to Hall of Famers to see what it takes to win? Enough is enough. Go out and actually do it on your own. What do you need more help for?”

When asked to comment on this, LeBron declined.

I will avoid the easy point about LeBron not needing to reach out to Miller about what it takes to win a title. Well, almost avoid.

But this is the no-win situation LeBron has put himself in (and his detractors have put him in). He reaches out to former champs and asks how to win, and he gets people like Miller saying, “Why do you need to do that?” If he hadn’t somebody else would have stepped in and said, “Why didn’t he reach out to former champions and try to learn from them?”

He can’t win.

At least he can’t until he wins a ring. Then these questions will stop.

  1. kingbeason52 - May 3, 2012 at 1:07 PM

    I was a huge Lebron fan in his cleaveland days…the reason people put so much emphasis on him winning is because he demands so much attention (his recent mouthpiece) its stuff like that, which make people demand that you win in a sport where one individual can take the load..

  2. allball23 - May 3, 2012 at 1:12 PM

    Reggie Miller, come on man. Dont be, mad because you didn’t win a ring in your career. Just because Lebron is more physically gifted than most doesnt mean he can wake up out of bed and fall into a chip. Clearly he has had trouble closing out 4th quarters and he is seeking help. Get off his back that is actually a good thing.

    • jobotjones - May 3, 2012 at 1:54 PM

      This is the epitome of what Reggie miller is. He was a great talent but never won a ring.

      Now he spends his days talking about what it takes to win and criticizing players.

      It’s bad enough I have to watch Miami beat the Knicks that I root for…it’s another thing for Reggie to piss off LeBron so that he comes out and lights up the garden in game 3

  3. Mr. Wright 212 - May 3, 2012 at 1:14 PM

    Too easy.

    But I have to.

    Who ELSE is he supposed to ask, Reggie? GUYS LIKE YOU, WHO NEVER WON ANYTHING? OR GUYS WHO HAVE???

  4. asublimeday - May 3, 2012 at 1:17 PM

    Reggie played in the Jordan era. What’s bron-bron’s excuse?

    • mikeewright7 - May 3, 2012 at 1:33 PM

      “Reggie played in the Jordan era. What’s bron-bron’s excuse?”

      lets see how bout
      #1.Tim Duncan and the Spurs
      #2. The Birth of Big 3 Celtics
      #3.Kobe and the Lakers

      All HOF teams/players

      Not a Lebron Fan (Celtics Fan)
      Lebron should of said
      “Reggie is right, next time i need advice on a ring ill ask him lol (sarcasm)”

      • gmen4life33 - May 3, 2012 at 2:16 PM

        all the teams you mentioned would have been crushed by Jordans Lakers. And you know this,

      • gmen4life33 - May 3, 2012 at 2:23 PM

        and you forgot to mention the All Mighty Mavs stopping Lebron from getting one so far lol (with 2 Olympic teammates). You are right, if Jordan added a player like Ewing/Barkley he would have still lost to the Mavs last year, just too good lol.

        And dont forget to talk about how Jason Terry outperformed LBJ in the finals too.

  5. BrownsTown (the 1st one, not the new guy using my name) - May 3, 2012 at 1:18 PM

    Reggie Miller might not have a ring, but I don’t think anybody would put that on him. He was clutch and a killer that didn’t shrink in the big moments, but there was that Jordan guy around back then.

    And I hated Miller with a passion as a player, so this isn’t one of his fans speaking.

  6. 28loose - May 3, 2012 at 1:22 PM

    The only reason Reggie and a slew of other hall of famers didn’t win a ring was because Jordan was in the league.

    • diabloryno - May 3, 2012 at 4:08 PM

      Jordan and his Bulls won 6 titles. Reggie Miller played for 18 season. You can’t blame Jordan for the other 12 years.

  7. raidmagic - May 3, 2012 at 1:28 PM

    Reggie was the last person to comment on that. Next Malone, Stockton and Marino wull weigh in…

  8. thebigkahuna23 - May 3, 2012 at 1:38 PM

    Seriously guys? Don’t make excuses for miller if you’re killing LeBron for not having a ring. That aside I don’t know that LeBron will ever win a title. He doesn’t really make anybody better, but it’s undeniable he makes scoring worlds easier for his teammates.

    He needs to realize two things; 1. It takes a TEAM to win. Not 3 superstars and whoever else you can afford, when as a team you’re already bending your neck and crouching to avoid getting boned on the luxury tax. And 2, LeBron is more Magic than Jordan. He will never be Jordan, or even Kobe. That’s not a shot, you just need to be self aware. D Fish won tons of titles with the Lakers, remind me again what happened to him?

    • kingbeason52 - May 3, 2012 at 1:50 PM

      Are you kidding me? He does make people better…he always has alot of assits’…usually guards the best player on the other team..rebounds and hustles..he is just a selfish person of the court..but your crazy if you dont think Lebron makes other players better..why do you think Wade wanted him in Miami..the Heat were a 6-8 seed in the East with a healthy Wade at best..while the Cavs were a number 1 seed in the NBA during that same time period..how often do you hear about Mo Williams, JJ Hickson, A. Varejo and others any more

    • Sinan - May 3, 2012 at 1:53 PM

      Wait, are you saying that LeBron doesn’t understand that it takes a team to win? I think PBT needs to start filtering non-sense comments or people that make them all together.

      Lebron left the Cavs because they did not give him a good supporting cast for 7 year, how long does he have to wait? He left because he wanted a team…He averages 7+ assists over his career…how does he not know it takes a team?
      And wouldn’t call Bosh a superstar exactly….Wade is a superstar though…BTW, Shaq had Kobe and Kobe had Gasol and Bynum now, everyone needs a superstar next to them.

      LeBron never said he wants to be Jordan or Kobe just like Kobe said over and over that he doesnt want to be Jordan. They just want to create their own path and history…

      What annoys me the most is comments that have no facts at all weather its about LeBron or anyone else, go to sleep or something.

      • loungefly74 - May 4, 2012 at 2:14 PM

        agree that winning a championship by yourself is impossible…no one has done it and no one ever will. it’s a 5 on 5 sport.

        well, i don’t agree about you stating the Cavs didn’t give him a good supporting cast. i remember Lebron having A LOT of advice/input on who to add to the squad. they won 60+ games 2 years in a row. those teams could have won a championship but just ran into other teams (magic and celtics) who were hot at the time.

      • Sinan - May 7, 2012 at 3:37 PM

        If he had input, then he would’ve brought in D Wade a longtime ago. But if you were on the Cavs front office, then I am sorry, ignore my comment all together.

    • secdominance - May 3, 2012 at 2:23 PM

      This may be the dumbest thing ever written on this site. Lebron doesn’t make anyone better? Did you see what he did with the John Legend All-Stars he was playing with in Cleveland? Stop hating and go back to doing whatever you were doing because watching basketball isn’t one of them.

  9. chitownmatt - May 3, 2012 at 1:43 PM

    This is just more evidence that Lebron James is emotionally weak.
    Apparently the author of this article just doesn’t understand why people have such a distaste for James. I WILL SPELL IT OUT FOR YOU. We hate him because he is the strongest most physically gifted person to ever play the game of basketball, but he is emotionally adolescent, childish and weak. He plays NBA basketball like it is some kind of “game” and not the bloody gut-wrenching battle of carnage and war that real fans want it to be… that we DEMAND it to be.

    James just doesn’t get it. He keeps saying how much he wants to win a championship, but doesn’t realize that it is far more important to simply WANT to BEAT the other guy, beat the other team, kill the other guy, push his face down into the mud and show him that HE is better and stronger that the other guy is. If James could only learn to want to eat the beating hearts of his enemies, championships would take care of themselves.

    Until Lebron grows up, get hungry for blood and until he is ready to rip the other guys throat out like Larry Bird tried to do to Julius Irving, many fans (myself included) are going to continue to have a sordid distaste in our mouths for the little momma’s boy who calls himself “king-james”

    • secdominance - May 3, 2012 at 2:27 PM

      You obviously take this more seriously than you should. This is a game. If an athlete compared their sport to war they would be roundly criticized. He obviously wants to win because he reaching out to get advice.

      Sounds like you’re just mad and jealous of the guy. Stop trying to live your life vicariously through pro athletes

      • chitownmatt - May 3, 2012 at 2:46 PM

        I can tell from your response to my comment that you have never won anything in your life.

        Just about every single successful athlete that has ever won a championship on any level has compared their journey to a battle of war.

        Is it a “real” war? Of course not. But that is the mentality that it takes to become a champion.

    • secdominance - May 3, 2012 at 2:53 PM

      I’ve won plenty in my time and I don’t chalk any of it up to comparing it to war. Sounds like you’re meat peeping. Stop being jealous of others and go do something with your life. Something you don’t have to compare to war to be successful perhaps

      • chitownmatt - May 3, 2012 at 3:01 PM

        What on earth makes you think I am jealous?

        I wouldn’t trade shoes with Lebron James or any other professional athlete in this world or the next.

        “I’ve won plenty in my time….” OK, beating your little sister in a game of Monopoly doesn’t count.

    • kinggw - May 3, 2012 at 4:02 PM

      Your an idiot. You hate a guy because he doesnt do exactly what you think he should do. You can cite all the bs reasons you want to justify your pathetic feelings, the bottom line is you hate Lebron for two reasons. One, you hate him because he didnt go to the Bulls. You can deny it all you want, but its true. The second reason is that you know as long as he is in Miami your hometown team will not sniff the Finals. You can rack up all the meaningless regular season titles you want, it doesnt mean anything in the playoffs.

      • chitownmatt - May 3, 2012 at 4:23 PM

        I never said I hate Lebron; I don’t hate him at all. In fact I really like Lebron as a person. He is seemingly one of the nicest most gregarious superstar pro-athletes ever.
        I said that I find him distasteful and that he is an emotionally weak momma’s boy that doesn’t have the mental toughness or competitor’s edge that it takes to be a real champion.
        Did you see Rocky 3? I’m talking about what Apollo called, “The Eye of the Tiger.”
        Lebron.?.?.?.? Sorry, there’s just no Eye of the Tiger there.

        PS. I’m not one to call the grammar police, but unless English is your second language, YOU are clearly the idiot.

      • chicitybulls - May 3, 2012 at 5:17 PM

        Ok, for people saying Chicago people are mad because lebron didnt come to The Chi….puleeze. That may be true for some people but definitely not for the majority. That was probably the best thing that happened for the Bulls. It allowed D. Rose to become the MVP. That’s just cliche to say that’s why “we’re” mad. And I’m not so sure about not “sniffing the Finals”. We’ll just have to see about that. And you’re right, regular season title dont mean anything but neither does losing in the Finals. Funny how you forget that the Mavs are the champs right now. At the end of the day the heat was still on the boat with Kenny, Charles, Ernie, Don Johnson, Phillip Michael Thomas and Tony Montana. So pump your breaks.

      • borderline1988 - May 3, 2012 at 5:32 PM

        chitownmatt:

        Wow, you’re really taking this too far. Not every champion wants to “beat the other team, kill the other guy, push his face down into the mud and show him that HE is better and stronger that the other guy is”.

        Would you describe Tim Duncan this way? How about Magic Johnson? Dwayne Wade? D Fisher? Dirk Nowitzki?

        You’re just saying this because either:
        1) You’re nuts
        2) You think that MJ and Kobe are the only molds for true champions

        I honestly think you’re dead wrong about everything you’ve said, and when Lebron wins a championship this season, you’ll have to eat your own words.

        Fact is, the only decent team Lebron has ever been on was the 2010/11 Miami Heat. And he came within literally moments of a 3-0 lead in the finals. This after thoroughly beating the Celtics and Bulls, arguably the 2 toughest, grittiest teams in the NBA.

        I’ve said this before, and it still remains true. Championships have a lot to do with context. Kobe’s championship teams have always consisted of the best frontcourts in the NBA and the greatest coach in NBA history.
        There is simply no way in the entire world that Kobe would have won any championships to this day if he was drafted into the Cavaliers organization back in 2003.

        MJ was an exception though – he truly could have won championships on crappy teams, although his Bulls as a team were still better than Lebron’s Cavs. But he still had the greatest coach ever (you being a Chicago fan, shouldn’t discount the value of a great coach; where would the Bulls be without Thibodeau? Probably in the lower half of the East’s playoff seeding).

      • chitownmatt - May 4, 2012 at 1:35 PM

        “Would you describe Tim Duncan this way?….” YES – have you ever seen the look in Duncan’s eyes when they are losing a big game? And Manu comes to games ready to burn villages.

        Magic Johnson?… Not so much, but Worthy and Kareem sure made up for it.

        Dwayne Wade?… Absolutely

        D Fisher?… Absolutely

        Dirk Nowitzki?… Not so much, but the guy is like 7′+ and can still make a great jump shot… and Kidd and Chandler were there to make up for it.

  10. mikeewright7 - May 3, 2012 at 1:51 PM

    Yea though i commented all i care about it Banner 18 lets go Celtics

  11. packhawk04 - May 3, 2012 at 1:51 PM

    After last years finals, magic johnson hit the nail on the head. Lebron could be a matchup nightmare in the post, but he prefers not to play there. Players used to look at their game and try to improve anything they could to get better, lebron doesnt do that in the offseason. Lebron is a great player, and he might win a ring or two. But hes too busy worrying about his brand to be what he could be.

    • mannyfresh209 - May 3, 2012 at 2:02 PM

      Since you have NO idea what you’re talking about, I’ll just ease you in to the situation.

      LeBron trained with Kareem on his post play this offseason.

      Ok, that should be about all that’s needed for you to facepalm yourself for being ignorant.

      • cassmoney - May 4, 2012 at 5:14 AM

        Sorry to break it to you, wasn’t Kareem. It was HAKEEM

      • cassmoney - May 4, 2012 at 5:21 AM

        http://espn.go.com/blog/truehoop/miamiheat/post/_/id/9359/hakeem-olajuwon-schools-lebron-james

        There’s your proof…. Nice try

  12. cosmicatomic - May 3, 2012 at 1:52 PM

    Reggie is correct. This would maybe be admirable if LeBron was 23 years old. Good grief….he’s 27 years old, 9th year in the league, 3rd contract, 2nd team……most physically talented player in the league for almost a decade…..and he’s quizzing past greats on what it takes to win.

    You don’t need to have won a championship to ask LeBron what it takes to win one. He should have called me. I would have said “quit being a pussy”.

    • mannyfresh209 - May 3, 2012 at 2:54 PM

      So Kobe working with Kareem at the age of 31 was even more blasphemous then, right?

      Your logic makes NO sense. You’re saying LeBron should be too proud to ask for help? You’re saying LeBron should be complacent with what he already knows and just leave his game as-is?

      Come on bro, get some common sense.

      Shaq is certainly too old to earn his Doctrine’s degree, also… -_-

  13. toegoat - May 3, 2012 at 1:53 PM

    Kurt, I am a Lebron fan (one of the remaining few) and even ill say he needs multiple championships in Miami or it will be deemed a failure. A ring this yr would definitely help tho.

    • dal24la - May 3, 2012 at 2:55 PM

      Agreed, does anyone think one or even 2 rings will fix things for Lebron? Someone that talented has to win AT LEAST 4 rings. Anything less and he will be looked at like Wilt Chamberlain.

      • mannyfresh209 - May 3, 2012 at 2:57 PM

        By that, do you mean possibly the most dominant player to ever play the game?

      • dal24la - May 4, 2012 at 8:38 PM

        Yes, the most dominant player ever who ppl say didn’t care enough about winning. It’s kind of weird to be the ‘most dominant player ever’ and only win 2 rings.

  14. mannyfresh209 - May 3, 2012 at 1:59 PM

    Didn’t Kobe consult with Kareem a couple years back? Oh Kobe wtf is your problem!?!?!?!?

    • chitownmatt - May 3, 2012 at 3:12 PM

      Whats your point?
      Isn’t Kareem an assistant coach of the Lakers??

      Besides, I highly doubt Kobe was asking Kareem, “…what does it take to win an NBA championship???”

    • cassmoney - May 4, 2012 at 5:16 AM

      Again Kobe too, worked with Hakeem. You can even see the YouTube videos. Face palm yourself bro

  15. aboogy123456 - May 3, 2012 at 2:12 PM

    Reggie Miller is the dumbest commentator, even worse than Mark Jackson last year. He’s just hard headed, he refused to pronounce Chase Budinger’s name correctly, then he says stupid things like this.

  16. metalhead65 - May 3, 2012 at 2:35 PM

    looks like somebody hurt kurt’s feelings again for not slobbering over lebron like he does. I know you will never get this, but he has nobody but himself to blame for all the hate he gets. he is the one with the name king james and the chosen one tattooed on him. he is the one that never bothered to stop all the hype he has had since he was in high school. he is the one who bragged about all the championships he would win in miami. so we are suppose to feel any sympathy for this guy when he doesn’t win? what did reggie say that was so bad? he just pointed out that if he was the player he claims to be and people like you say he is then why does he need to ask other less gifted players what it takes to win? yea we know reggie did not win a title but he was never proclaimed to be the very best and never bragged or promised championships. his pacer team was denied by jordan and the refs but he is still a hall of fame player and a little more qualified to offer an opinion than the president of the I love lebron fan club kurt helin.

    • mannyfresh209 - May 3, 2012 at 3:07 PM

      So in other words, Reggie Miller isn’t one to talk. Again, ANYBODY trying to make it seem like LeBron has no right to ask others for help are the same people that say “LeBron has no jump shot, as soon as his legs go he’s done!”

      Kobe wasn’t always (and honestly, I don’t consider him STILL) a great shooter. He’s worked tremendously on getting better since his athleticism is obviously diminishing. He makes a ton of shots… but let’s take a look at his shooting percentages.

      • cosanostra71 - May 3, 2012 at 4:10 PM

        “Kobe wasn’t always (and honestly, I don’t consider him STILL) a great shooter”

        is this real life or is this just fantasy?

      • borderline1988 - May 3, 2012 at 6:01 PM

        I’m not a big Kobe fan, but he is a great shooter. He does take way too many low-percentage shots, but ask any basketball coach: he has great form on his jump shot.

        He also has plenty of range and can hit from anywhere on the court. He is also the best in the league at making tough jumpers (fadeaways, contested jumpers, etc.).

        The only player who is comparable to him (in my opinion) is Dirk Nowitzki. Obviously, there are some other great shooters in the league, but only those 2 have the ability to keep their form and hit all types of tough shots in tough situations.

      • progress2011 - May 4, 2012 at 5:06 AM

        I agree with a previous poster…I think people with no basketball I.Q. should have their comments blocked.

        cosanostra71 – kobe ended the regular season with a 43% shooting average.
        He took 39 more shots than Durant, but Durant led him in scoring by 284 pts.
        So, even though kobe sat out 6 games, Durant still took fewer shots.
        Durant finished the season with 49%

        borderline – To make a comment like Dirk is the only comparable player is unbelievably
        uneducated. Do you actually watch BBall !

        Have you ever heard of Ray Allen – the leading 3 point shooter of all time. Have
        you ever seen his effortless form and quick release.

        What about Kevin Durant – the reigning leading scorer over the past several years.

        What about Carmello Anthony’s pure form.

        All of the persons I mentioned, shoot a higher percentage than kobe and they (unlike kobe) have pure form and fluent plethora of well advised shots.

        kobe is a volume shooter who probably practiced with the Harlem Globetrotters and practiced a bunch of trick shots…..” at best” !

        If trick shots is your thing, suggest going to a Harlem Globetrotter exhibition, when they come to your town. You will see the same ill advised trick shots, kobe attempts.

  17. hoosiercolts - May 3, 2012 at 2:39 PM

    Just because Reggie never won a ring, doesn’t mean he can’t criticize. Reggie was everything LeBron is not. Reggie was an unselfish, gritty, hard-nosed competitor. Reggie always wanted the ball in his hand when the game was on the line and he never, not once, shrank when the spotlight was on him. Remember all those playoff games at The Garden?? Reggie was an assassin. LeBron, no way. Reggie was the only guy who didn’t cower in front of and bow to Jordan. Hell, Reggie talked so much smack to Michael, Jordan attacked him. In my opinion, Reggie can ask LeBron what he thinks he’s doing, anytime.

    • progress2011 - May 4, 2012 at 5:22 AM

      hoosiercolts

      1. Reggie’s comments were derogatory, since he is ringless….he is in no position to judge.

      2. To make a comment that Reggie was unselfish and suggest LBJ is, is factually incorrect. LBJ averages more assists at this point in his career, than Reggie did over his entire career.

      3. To suggest Reggie never shrank in the clutch would suggest he was clutch. If he were clutch, he should have some hardware….a.k.a. ” A Ring ” !
      Otherwise, he just won a bunch of regular season games….like LBJ. LBJ was “clutch” last night in game 3 vs N.Y.

      4. Reggie did have a big mouth. Talked a lot of smack. But again, since he is ringless….it was all hot air. What was the point !

      Be honest, you have never actually watched a game of NBA BBall…have you !!!

      (No need to answer, it’s not really a question)

  18. davidcl77 - May 3, 2012 at 2:48 PM

    Makes you wonder why someone so arrogant would need advice. Self proclaimed “King James.” Bull. How about “Idiot James.”

    • mannyfresh209 - May 3, 2012 at 2:56 PM

      Media Proclaimed King James***

      And him asking for advice actually proves he ISN’T arrogant. Continue your attempts at comedy.

      • dal24la - May 3, 2012 at 2:58 PM

        Media proclaimed? He calls himself king James, heck it was even his Twitter name for awhile!
        That being said asking for advice is not stupid or arrogant.

      • mannyfresh209 - May 3, 2012 at 3:02 PM

        Yes, Media Proclaimed… he runs with it, but it was a moniker created by the media.

      • chitownmatt - May 3, 2012 at 3:06 PM

        His custom painted bicycle even says “king” on it.

        Even the cakes he orders from his parties from his “cake people” all have king-james themes.

        …the guy is a tool.

        He is a physically gifted and talented tool, but a tool none the less.

      • mannyfresh209 - May 3, 2012 at 3:08 PM

        Chitownmatt you were first in line to get on the LeBron bandwagon when he was a FA, admit it.

      • chitownmatt - May 3, 2012 at 3:19 PM

        “Chitownmatt you were first in line to get on the LeBron bandwagon when he was a FA, admit it.”

        HAHAHA, Ok I admit it, you’re right about that.

        But how does that make Lebron James any less of a tool?

      • progress2011 - May 4, 2012 at 5:31 AM

        cshittown…

        The fact that you admit you loved the prospect of landing LBJ in cshittown, when he was a free agent but now you have nothing but spite on your forked tongue, just clarifies the lack of character some people have.

        So, you can call the guy a ” tool ” but the fact that you slide on your belly, as opposed to standing upright, what does that make you.

        Character is an important characteristic, I believe you should research before making some of your comments about a man you don’t know in LBJ…..as I have you.

        Doesn’t feel warm and fuzzy, does it.

  19. lakerluver - May 3, 2012 at 3:04 PM

    If the Heatles don’t win it all this year it’s gonna get ugly next season!

  20. elcomandanteenjefe - May 3, 2012 at 3:06 PM

    I was this and I was that… blah blah blah. Who cares! Reggie, how does that Championship you won taste like… OOOOOPPPPSSSSS!!!!!!!!!!!!!! WAIT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You’ve never tasted it, SO STFU and flap away!

    • progress2011 - May 4, 2012 at 5:34 AM

      Great summary of the facts !

  21. brian32556 - May 3, 2012 at 3:15 PM

    Tell Michael Ventre:
    The world DOES NOT

  22. brian32556 - May 3, 2012 at 3:17 PM

    Tell Michael Ventre:
    The world DOES NOT want Lebron to win, because he’s trying to game the system instead of going about it as 1,000′s have done before. Before “The Decision” I would have rooted for him, but not now. Now I think he’s arrogant.

  23. jlcarbone - May 3, 2012 at 3:26 PM

    don’t like lebrat, Reggie miller is a awful NBA anchor. I turned off the game because of Reggie.

  24. jcioffi1485 - May 3, 2012 at 3:36 PM

    Reggie…..where’s your rings? Oh…..by the way, you look like Quark from Deep Space Nine.

  25. jcioffi1485 - May 3, 2012 at 3:38 PM

    Reggie, where’s your rings? One more thing. How does it feel to look like “Quark” from Deep Space Nine?

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