Re: Lakers lost to the best, Celtics lost to 3rd best
posted at 6/13/2011 5:05 PM EDT
In Response to Re: Lakers lost to the best, Celtics lost to 3rd best
[QUOTE]In Response to Re: Lakers lost to the best, Celtics lost to 3rd best : Boston greatness? You must have a good phucken memory. You know, Jack Sharkey was great, so was Gene Tunney, but who remembers them, do you? Hey, I hear Jim Loscutoff was pretty darn good. Know who he was. You should, your team in Boston retired his number, but then the kelts retire anybody's number. It's "what have you done for me lately" pal. Huh? Your ks just got slapped around by the one team everybody wanted to lose, and you end up getting it up the rear by a queen. Your greatness handed back to you Lequeen. I'll take 9-3 that no one remembers or cares about than to have to tell people my team lost to the most hated player in my memory. Most times people hate players because they beat everybody, but this queen never beat anybody, EXCEPT THE KELTICS! For the kelts, the new slogan is "the bling is dead, long live the queen" MUHOOOHAHAHAHAHA!
Posted by lakersavenger[/QUOTE]
So you don't take the time to remember Mikan, Pollard, Lovellette, Schaefer, Baylor, Mikkelsen or Kundla? I doubt the name Sid Hartman would register either. But you'll look it up.
Nobody cares or remembers the 9-3 era? I believe that we should. If you don't care or remember that era then you are, yourself, ignoring the bulk of the careers of Jerry West and Elgin Baylor. I don't get that.
With all your mockery and venom, you are in a sense directing part of that mockery at Baylor, a man who unfortunately lost in the NBA finals seven times. Of course this is from an era that you apparently "don't remember or care about". Well Baylor was just one of the very best players of all time. Unfortunately he's also in that category of great players who have never won a championship.