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Five things that will be different in 2014 Spurs vs. Heat Finals rematch

Jun 2, 2014, 6:20 PM EDT

It’s not going to be the same.

We can hope that it’s as good, as dramatic and compelling, but it’s not going to be the same.

The Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs are getting together for an NBA Finals rematch of one of the best Finals series we had seen in a long time. This is the first Finals rematch since 1998 (Bulls and Jazz) but this one is going to feel a little different.

Here are five reasons why.

1) The 2-2-1-1-1 format. Last season the NBA was still using the 2-3-2 format for the Finals, a throwback to when the NBA players used to have to fly commercial between games. Back then there were good logistic (not so much basketball) reasons to go to 2-3-2, but nobody liked those three games in the middle in one city. Both teams complained about it and said it was an advantage for the other side. Now the Spurs have home court and get Games 5 and 7 on their home court. Think of it this way: If the NBA made this switch one year earlier the legendary Game 6 — with Ray Allen’s step back three — would have taken place in San Antonio. Does it end differently if it does?

2) Dwyane Wade’s knees are healthier. Wade averaged 19.6 points a game on 47.6 percent shooting in the Finals last season, but he was dragging some bad knees around. He had spurts of great play but he was not his vintage self. In these playoffs, Wade is averaging 18.7 points per game on 51.9 percent — you can thank the season-long knee maintenance program for that. Eric Spoelstra rested Wade, to the frustration of LeBron James at times, but he got what he wanted — Wade has been strong through these playoffs. That is going to put more defensive pressure on the Spurs.

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3) Miami’s defense hasn’t been as consistently sharp. In the 2013 playoffs the Miami Heat allowed 102.9 points per 100 possessions and held teams to 43.6 percent shooting, with the Heat forcing turnovers on 15.6 percent of opponent possessions. They won with defense. In 2014 opposing teams are scoring 107.7 points per 100 possessions and shooting 46.2 percent, with Miami forcing turnovers on 14.1 percent of possessions. They haven’t been as good, in part because they haven’t had to be (the competition in the East didn’t push them as hard as San Antonio was pushed). In their last three games against Indiana Miami started to show some of that defensive energy. But how are they going to react now that they face a team that will actually pass out of a double team?

4) Manu Ginobili looks much better. Manu Ginobili was up and down last playoffs, and that showed in the Finals — he dropped 25 in Game 5 and sparked the Spurs in to go up 3-2, then he had a career-high eight turnovers and was a mess in the Spurs devastating Game 6 loss. Ginobili was a negative in the Finals last year. San Antonio seems to be on a mission for revenge but no Spur is more focused than Ginobili, who had a fantastic series against the Thunder and through the playoffs is averaging 14.3 points per game with a PER of 21.1 (he had a just above average 16.5 last year). If this Ginobili shows up for the Finals it will put a lot more pressure on the Heat, particularly its up-and-down bench.

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5) Tony Parker has a sprained ankle. This has to be San Antonio’s biggest concern — they can get through a half against the Thunder without Parker and be just fine, but if he isn’t playing the Tony Parker who should be in the conversation for best point guard in the game this series San Antonio’s dreams of revenge will be sprained as well. Parker sprained his ankle in Game 4 against OKC, played through it then aggravated it in Game 5, and by the second half of Game 6 it was Gregg Popovich who pulled the plug on him. He gets five days off, five days of treatment, the Spurs need that to be enough starting Thursday night at home. Otherwise this series could remind the Spurs of last year’s.

  1. ragingmouse - Jun 2, 2014 at 6:29 PM

    Forgetting a much better and improved K. Leonard, much deeper spurs bench than last years…

    • antistratfordian - Jun 2, 2014 at 6:48 PM

      K. Leonard hasn’t improved though. He was better in the playoffs last year.

      • kinggw - Jun 2, 2014 at 6:57 PM

        The Kawhi Leonard has improved argument is right up there with the Heat aren’t as good argument.

        His stats are virtually identical to last season. Last year he averaged 12/6/2 shooting 49% from the field and 37% from behind the arc.

        This year he averaged 13/6/2 shooting 52% from the field and shot 38% from behind the arc.

        In these playoffs he’s averaging 13/7/2 shooting 48% from the field and 36% behind the arc.

      • antistratfordian - Jun 2, 2014 at 6:59 PM

        Yeah, I don’t get that. Also, the idea that the Spurs are better from last year when they struggled so much in the first round, then went through a moment of panic in the WCF. There is something different about these Spurs from last season, and I’m not talking about an improvement. They haven’t been as tough.

      • ranfan12 - Jun 2, 2014 at 8:35 PM

        struggled so hard against experienced players with a decent all around cast and hall of famer on the team who can still score pretty well? you don’t say lol.

      • antistratfordian - Jun 2, 2014 at 8:53 PM

        They wouldn’t have struggled against that team last year, when they were playing better – and certainly not in the first round.

      • ranfan12 - Jun 2, 2014 at 9:18 PM

        Can’t argue against that…

      • robigd - Jun 3, 2014 at 12:48 AM

        Your agenda is clear and you are wrong.

      • antistratfordian - Jun 3, 2014 at 6:20 PM

        http://wp.me/p3L1dS-jN

      • sportsfan18 - Jun 3, 2014 at 7:42 AM

        anti

        something not right with the Heat… they aren’t as good… let’s USE some REAL numbers and not made up drivel to show our point…

        “In the 2013 playoffs the Miami Heat allowed 102.9 points per 100 possessions and held teams to 43.6 percent shooting, with the Heat forcing turnovers on 15.6 percent of opponent possessions. They won with defense. In 2014 opposing teams are scoring 107.7 points per 100 possessions and shooting 46.2 percent, with Miami forcing turnovers on 14.1 percent of possessions. They haven’t been as good,”

      • antistratfordian - Jun 3, 2014 at 7:13 PM

        @sportsfan18 – Great. Defensive numbers without any context.

        You also need to understand that Miami’s offense has improved dramatically (against some very tough defenses). This year they’re scoring 117.1 points per 100 possessions with a .602 TS%, compared to 112.4 points per 100 possessions with a .566 TS% last year.

        This has completely negated any slip in points-allowed-per-possession stats, or slight opponent FG% increases, because while the floor is rising, so is the ceiling.

        Case in point, last year the Heat held the Pacers 107.2 points per 100 possessions on .456 shooting, but Indiana still pushed them to 7 games. This year the Heat allowed the Pacers to increase their scoring to 110.2 points per 100 possessions on an improved .469 shooting, but Miami dominated them the entire series.

        Why?

        Last year MIA’s differential against IND was 111.9 vs 107.2. +4.9.
        This year MIA’s differential against IND was 118.0 vs 110.2. +7.8.

        Miami’s overall differential last year was +7.3.
        Miami’s overall differential this year is +9.0.

        That is an improvement.

        The Heat have improved mainly because LeBron is much more efficient and has improved his production, Wade is much more efficient and has improved his production, Bosh is much more efficient and has improved his production (each of the Big 3 have major playoff PER increases from last year), and Birdman is rebounding like he’s the best rebounder in the league (leads the league in TRB%).

    • lenbias34pt - Jun 2, 2014 at 6:53 PM

      I love Leonard, but he isn’t ‘much better’ than LY. If anything his numbers are worse.

      That said, I like the Spurs in 5.
      Leonard guards James as well as anyone -Leonard only played in one of the Heat games this season. The Spurs won by 24 and James was 6-18 from the floor with 5 TO’s.
      Diaw will lean on James for the 10 minutes K L isn’t wearing Lebron out.

      Gonna be a great series for the Heat haters!!!

      • kinggw - Jun 2, 2014 at 7:04 PM

        Citing a regular season game from three months ago is pretty much meaningless. Also, Leonard doesn’t exactly guard LBJ one on one. They employ a team defense against James.

      • antistratfordian - Jun 2, 2014 at 7:08 PM

        “Leonard guards James as well as anyone”

        The problem there is that nobody guards LeBron very well. After LeBron got his head out of his rear last year, he was torching Leonard – averaged 32 ppg over the last 4 games. 3 wins, 1 loss. And that’s when LeBron wasn’t playing well…

      • zoomy123 - Jun 3, 2014 at 1:11 AM

        Remember when Ruben Patterson was the Kobe-stopper? Yeah, that was as much BS as your comment…

      • pphins4life12 - Jun 3, 2014 at 7:28 AM

        Please stop the crap… These so called people who are Lebron stoppers.. Do you realize he is basically guarded by the whole team. Just watch as soon as he post up there is help defense not always a double team but usually help defense. When driving the whole team is watching to surround him if and when gets by the initial defender. So please stop the crap…

    • aurelh23 - Jun 3, 2014 at 9:11 AM

      He actually has gotten worse this year lol.

      Last year the playoffs were his coming out by going for 13/9 shooting 55% and 39% from 3 during playoff run.

      This years playoffs? 13/7 shooting 48% and 36% from 3.

      That’s better?

      While LeBron went from shooting 49% in last years playoffs to a crazy 56% so far this year.

  2. antistratfordian - Jun 2, 2014 at 6:39 PM

    Forget about Wade’s knee and Ginobili’s improvement. The biggest difference is that LeBron James looks much better. He’s shooting .562 in the playoffs. Last year he was at .491. His TS% is up from .585 to .664. His eFG% is up from .532 to .604. He did that against the #1 and #6 defenses in the league. These are large differences and a big reason why Miami hasn’t been challenged in the playoffs like they were last season (a trend which will continue in the Finals).

    Manu Ginobili’s improvement is nice, but he only plays 20-some minutes a game, sometimes breaching 30. But LeBron and his improvement is going to be in there for about 43 minutes of every game.

    • thundercocck - Jun 2, 2014 at 7:05 PM

      He did it against a bunch of teams that would be 8 seeds if you put them in the West and a team who started Roy Hibbert.

      • antistratfordian - Jun 2, 2014 at 7:11 PM

        Still the #1 and #6 defenses in the league. That’s over 82 games. Proven defenses. You think there’s another perimeter player who can average 29 ppg and shoot 56% from the field over 10 games against those teams? Nope. Just LeBron.

      • kinggw - Jun 2, 2014 at 7:15 PM

        And how many defensive juggernauts did the Spurs face this postseason?

        The Bobcats/Hornets and Pacers are two of the better defensive teams in the league. Want to rethink that statement?

      • thundercocck - Jun 2, 2014 at 8:17 PM

        Are you stupid? The Spurs beat the top 7 offenses that resulted in them being ranked as the 2nd best defense in the playoffs. Meanwhile the Heat faced offensively challenged teams and couldn’t even crack the top 5.

      • savvybynature - Jun 2, 2014 at 9:41 PM

        Heat fans: OKC, Portland and Dallas suck anyway. Bobcats = JUGGERNAUTS!!!
        Lol

    • thundercocck - Jun 2, 2014 at 7:45 PM

      That was the regular season where they have to face 29 other teams, 14 of which are lottery teams. On top of that Atlanta, Charlotte, and Indy compensated for their defensive prowess with below league average Offense (15th, 22nd, and 24th respectively). There was now way they could compete with a more complete Heat team.

      On the other hand the Spurs faced three of the top 7 offenses in the NBA (Mavs 3rd, Portland 5th, OKC, 7th). Those are regular season rankings too. In the playoffs the Spurs 101.0 per 100 possessions is only 2nd to the Wizards 98.2. And that is against the top 7 offenses in the NBA.

      NEXT.

      • antistratfordian - Jun 2, 2014 at 8:05 PM

        Oh wow, beating top offenses in the playoffs… that’s SOOOOOOO difficult! Offense wins championships, as they say.

      • ranfan12 - Jun 2, 2014 at 8:41 PM

        how do you think they beat top offensive teams?

        sounds similar to offensive. i know you know this lol

      • kinggw - Jun 2, 2014 at 8:50 PM

        The Blazers, Mavs and Thunder weren’t in the top 7 in offense during the postseason. They ranked 7th, 8th, and 10th respectively. The Nets check in at 5th.

        If your going use postseason stats, use all of them. The teams the Spurs beat weren’t as offensively sound as you proclaim. And what do the Hawks have to do with anything? Nice job trying to cherry pick stats to prove a point.

      • thundercocck - Jun 2, 2014 at 9:12 PM

        kinggw – Jun 2, 2014 at 8:50 PM
        The Blazers, Mavs and Thunder weren’t in the top 7 in offense during the postseason. They ranked 7th, 8th, and 10th respectively. The Nets check in at 5th.
        ————————————————————————————————–
        SMH…… Well why do you think they AREN’T in the top 7 in the playoffs, sherlock. Do I seriously have to explain this or can you figure it out by yourself.

        On the Hawks, that’s a mistake on my part. I forgot the Heat faced Brooklyn.

    • marcuspokus - Jun 2, 2014 at 7:53 PM

      Also, Boris Diaw won’t be able to just bully his way to the paint like he did against the Thunder and Chris Bosh has improved and become a legitimate 3pt shooting threat. That wasn’t there last year. If Tony Parker can’t play at 100% I don’t see the Spurs winning more than 2 games against this healthy and improved Heat team.

      • antistratfordian - Jun 2, 2014 at 8:06 PM

        The Spurs might not win more than 2 games regardless of Tony Parker. It’s not really an injury that would be the problem – it’s his play, which has declined from last postseason.

      • savvybynature - Jun 2, 2014 at 9:35 PM

        And who is going to stop him? Battier? Rashard Lewis?
        The Heat’s stretch 4s are pretty pedestrian outside of Lebron, and the Heat seem to be afraid of having Lebron play in the post much.

  3. papichulo55 - Jun 2, 2014 at 6:41 PM

    Here is another reason:

    6) The Fear Factor

    The 2014 Heat desperately wants to ThreePeat. Its way beyond ‘wanting to’ or ‘it would be nice’. No,
    this Heat Team MUST win! I’m not sure that this team can withstand a loss. Guys just might decide to
    pack-up and go. I’m thinking that the Three Amigos will turn into that three-headed dog, Cerberus, if they
    get anywhere close to being eliminated.

    As a Heat Fan, a nice 4-2 championship would be OK. But I am a basketball fan first and foremost, and I am really hoping to see Timmy and Coach Popovich fight off that Three-Headed Dog!

    • savvybynature - Jun 2, 2014 at 7:41 PM

      I agree the Heat really want the win, but if you don’t think Duncan and Manu really want this also then you haven’t been paying attention.
      Hard to give either team an edge in desire to win imho. Both these teams are mentally tough and hungry, that’s why it should be a good series.

      • papichulo55 - Jun 2, 2014 at 7:49 PM

        We agree that both teams are certified winners. We agree that both teams are tough. We disagree about the hunger because the proverbial meals on the plates are significantly different. The Spurs are not playing for a special place in history. They are built, to their great credit, to compete year-after-year. This Heat team was built to make history. Their Fear of Failure is unmatched, and IMO, will motivate them to give us something special.

        Lastly, we both agree that this will be a good series.

      • savvybynature - Jun 2, 2014 at 9:37 PM

        The Spurs aren’t playing for a special place in history huh?
        Proving, once again, that Heat fans think the history of the NBA started in 2010, lol.

      • heat256 - Jun 3, 2014 at 9:54 AM

        @ Savvy,

        Yes, getting to 4 consecutive Finals and going for a Three-peat when those two events haven’t coincided since the great Celtics run nearly 50 years ago is indeed playing for a special place in history. It doesn’t take away from the Spurs’ run at all, in spite of whatever slights you are imagining. Proving, once again, that “knowledgeable” fans like you really should think before speaking.

      • savvybynature - Jun 3, 2014 at 11:52 AM

        @Heat256
        I never said the Heat weren’t playing for a special place in history, obviously they are on a nice run.
        The point was the Spurs are ALSO playing for a special place in history, so neither team has an advantage in that aspect.
        You can deny it, you can get your panties in a bunch about it, you can feel insecure because Lebron only has half the rings Duncan does, but none of that changes anything.

  4. thekingdave - Jun 2, 2014 at 6:49 PM

    Good logistical reasons for 2-3-2, meaning incessant whining from the media. What a joke that the select few that get to cover professional sports would complain about such a thing. Heck, I’d have no problem driving to and from games across the country.

  5. newyorkball82 - Jun 2, 2014 at 7:13 PM

    I don’t know why everybody thinks its so hard to see why the spurs went 7 against Dallas. They had 49 wins and a very veteran team. Vince carter saved a game for the mavericks with a last second shot. Could’ve happened to the heat in quite a few of the Brooklyn games. Miami didn’t play a team that had that many wins until a pacers team that was already falling apart by the playoffs.

    • kinggw - Jun 2, 2014 at 7:22 PM

      More excuses for the Heat haters. Dallas is a poor defensive team that shouldn’t have been able to keep up with the Spurs and their ball movement.

      The Mavs had 5 more wins than the Nets and considering the start they got off to and the fact the lost their best player, thats not a big discrepancy.

      • savvybynature - Jun 2, 2014 at 7:44 PM

        Dallas wasn’t able to keep up with the Spurs and their ball movement though. They got crushed by 23 points when the Spurs faced elimination.

      • sportsfan18 - Jun 3, 2014 at 7:49 AM

        king

        5 MORE wins IS a big discrepancy…

        It is because the Mavs played MANY more games during the course of the season against teams from the West while the Nets played most of their games against weak teams from the East.

        Had the same Nets team been in the west and played the Mavs schedule, they would NOT have been within 5 games of them.

        teams play teams in their conference a lot more than they play the teams in the other conference.

        you’re not looking at the 5 games that separated them in the stands and giving it its proper perspective…

  6. spursareold - Jun 2, 2014 at 7:20 PM

    Sorry. Wade’s knee isn’t “better”. Degenerative conditions NEVER get better. No one in the weak East really challenged Miami, so he got to rest it some. That is over.

    • kinggw - Jun 2, 2014 at 7:30 PM

      Wade is averaging 19/4/4 shooting over 52%. Those numbers don’t exactly denote someone whose “degenerative” knee is giving them problems.

      You and kb2408 need to find a new argument because that one’s been disproved several times over.

      • spursareold - Jun 3, 2014 at 10:07 AM

        Against the trash from the East.

  7. newyorkball82 - Jun 2, 2014 at 7:21 PM

    It doesn’t matter because those teams can’t score, so no I don’t need to rethink it.

  8. newyorkball82 - Jun 2, 2014 at 7:43 PM

    We shall see who has the better team very soon, and I’m sure if the heat lose there’ll be a million excuses as to why they did. The best team will win and as much as you think the heat are unstoppable, they are playing a veteran team with as many weapons as they are. A team with a chip on its shoulder from last year, and a team that’s been challenged this post season.

    • papichulo55 - Jun 2, 2014 at 8:28 PM

      No excuses. I’m All-In, with much respect for the Spurs. I am under no delusion as to how close things got during Game #6 last year. But defeating a great opponent will just add to the Heat Legend. We don’t want to be like Shaq and Kobe who beat up on a 76er team of A.I. and some guys from the Rec League. No, this historic ThreePeat will littered with vanquished HOFers. (Those future ones from the Thunder included.)

      This will be a great series against a great Spurs team. And I will offer no excuses,win or lose, because I’m ‘Fully Down With The Heat, With Both Feet!’

    • heat256 - Jun 2, 2014 at 9:43 PM

      And how many excuses will you spit out should the Heat win? Can’t have it only one way.

    • ganksus - Jun 2, 2014 at 9:49 PM

      They were challenged last season by Miami and how did they answer that?

  9. cantonbound13 - Jun 2, 2014 at 7:46 PM

    No David Stern factor. Spurs have a shot.

    • ranfan12 - Jun 2, 2014 at 8:33 PM

      Lol joey crawford is still an active coach though

      • detroitbasketballfan - Jun 2, 2014 at 10:17 PM

        yup Crawford is really LeBron who has a 13-11 record with Crawford and a much higher winning percentage without.

        You can double check basketball reference they give out theinfo about who was reffin in their game logs

      • ranfan12 - Jun 3, 2014 at 12:17 AM

        Lol I understand. I’m not being serious. Just making fun of joey’s relationship with the spurs

  10. birdsofprey305 - Jun 2, 2014 at 7:54 PM

    @newyorkball82

    You mean the same pacers team that you pick to beat miami? You cant have it both ways. And if Miami beats the spurs you will say Tony parker had a bum ankle and the spurs are old.

    • ganksus - Jun 2, 2014 at 9:49 PM

      He will.

  11. birdsofprey305 - Jun 2, 2014 at 7:57 PM

    @papichulo55

    You cant reason with heat haters there will always be a “but “.the heat are damned if they do and damned if they don’t.

  12. tomtravis76 - Jun 2, 2014 at 7:58 PM

    The real reason MIami brought in Oden, to bother Timmy. The true unveiling of Greg 2014.

    If bosh is confident along with what everyone expects from LeBron and wade….3peat in 5.

    • savvybynature - Jun 2, 2014 at 9:27 PM

      As a Spurs fan, I really hope you’re right, but I highly doubt Spoelstra is dumb enough to run a guy out there against the Spurs who couldn’t even handle Hibbert in the regular season.
      It’s not as if the Spurs run a bunch of isos to Duncan anymore. They run an offense. Oden is slow footed and has no outside shot, and would get exposed on offense and defense imo. It would be a desperation move to depend on him in the Finals.

      • tomtravis76 - Jun 2, 2014 at 10:09 PM

        It would just add to the finals story if Oden was able to contribute 8-10 minutes. Oden has made a ton of money, so don’t feel bad for him, but he will go down as a trivia answer much the way Sam bowie has, all because of injuries, not basketball capability.

  13. jzone954 - Jun 2, 2014 at 8:02 PM

    Miami should’ve beat the #1 defense in the NBA 4-1, but as we all saw what happened. Look, Miami is the best defense spurs will see and spurs are the best offense the Heat will see, it’s going to be a great series and then there the X factor…..and that is that Miami had already beat this same exact team already…
    Both in the regular season and In the finals last year, I’ll say that again…..MIAMI HAS ALREADY BEAT THIS TEAM. Will be a great one.

  14. newyorkball82 - Jun 2, 2014 at 8:28 PM

    @birdsofprey305

    Again…. I never picked the pacers to win. I never said they would, and I never made a prediction. I simply stated arguments based upon each game and usually always end most discussions on here with “we shall see” or “we’ll find out”.
    You can’t reason with blind heat fans who feel a sense of entitlement about their team. Fans who are even talked about in a joking way on Miami radio…

  15. savvybynature - Jun 2, 2014 at 9:53 PM

    I think you have to give the edge to the younger, more athletic team: The Spurs.
    Lebron is great without a doubt, but it’s still a team game. Go Spurs!

  16. birdsofprey305 - Jun 3, 2014 at 12:18 AM

    @newyorkball82

    No prediction so you never appear to be wrong? All the naysaying about the heat and there fans and they cant do this and that, and you cant pick the teams you back???? So in essence you’re an official heat hater who just comes here to bash them. You still haven’t answered question i asked in the past. Would you continue to root for Knicks if Lebron was on the knicks since this team came together in the wrong way.

  17. 32magicman - Jun 3, 2014 at 4:55 AM

    Spurs in 4!

  18. 32magicman - Jun 3, 2014 at 5:10 AM

    And after being swept in this years finals, the Heat fall apart and lose Bosh and James to free agency once they realise Wade is past his used by date. Then half the Heat fans disappear and support whatever team self-serving Lebron feels can help him win now!

  19. newyorkball82 - Jun 3, 2014 at 8:10 AM

    @birdsofprey305

    First off I couldn’t care less if I’m right or wrong. I don’t need to go on a blog/thread and post my prediction to gain approval from anyone. People are blasted on here for making wrong predictions based upon what they think or who they root for, and act like they just figured out a cure for disease when they make a right pick. I come on here to comment (how I please). I take a side and comment from that side. I’m sorry that I don’t side with your precious heat. It seems to bother you so much that anyone says anything negative against them.
    I can honestly say that I don’t want Lebron to come to the Knicks. Fortunately that will not be the case. I would take Westbrook, Durant, Love or a team built around Carmelo before I’d want that. You don’t need Lebron to win a championship, and I’d rather win one without him, or not have him.

  20. birdsofprey305 - Jun 3, 2014 at 11:07 AM

    @newyorkball82

    You don’t have to side with me. There many haters on here that I don’t say anything to. I don’t have a problem with you or anyone saying anything about the heat. I just think you throw bricks and hide your hands . Prediction or not you’ve been wrong every round . But few masquerade around as if there being objective. I laughed at your over reaching reasons on why you dislike the heat. Hows building around Carmelo working for your knicks? Durant maybe but Westbrook and love?? Kevin Love who cant make the wolves better will somehow turn that dumpster fire into a contender. Your jealous lebron spurned the knicks and the mecca of basketball.

  21. prareedoggin - Jun 3, 2014 at 12:37 PM

    Newyorkballbag, you just became instantly more dumb. You expect us to actually believe you don’t want Lebron? Really? Haha ok. Carmelo over him? Hows that working for you? That’s the best joke ive ever heard. KD or Westbrook? He will be #2 to Lebron forever

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