Lakers universally acclaimed as the NBA'S greatest franchise

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    WOW...according to you mergers dont matter and thats a silent word...And that when teams win the SB...THEY say this is there what ever SB win..............NOT there combined titles won...... 4. My quotes were not for the championship season...THERE were for the past titles..... 5. Heres the evidence.... HERE IS THE QUOTE..AFTER THE MERGER..AND AFTER THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP THAT WAS AROUND FOR 4 YEARS Super Bowl Championship (1966 – present) (The creation of Super Bowl was the first sign of AFL-NFL merger. The first four Super Bowls served as intra-league championship games because of these intra-league championship games this created some confusion amongst football fans that there was an special World Championship series in the pre-merger era. After the merger, the Super Bowl became the NFL's championship game. Since there is this has . The number in the parentheses is the total number of Super Bowl championships and the bolded number in parentheses is the total number of league championships.) After the merger, the Super Bowl became the NFL's championship game. WHAT DOES THAT MEAN...THE sb...is the TITLE GAME!!!! NOT A COMBINED TITLE....SB AND WHAT EVER THAT WAS FROM AFTER THE 4 YEAR WC GAME... So I hope you can come around to reality... HERES THE 4 year WC. game thing...THIS WAS BEFORE THE SB ERA.... here you go read and weep... AFL Championship Game and NFL Championship Game (1966–1969) (In 1966, NFL and AFL agreed to merge and play an ultimate championship game between the two leagues entitled NFL-AFL World Championship game. The merger however didn't formally take place until 1970 , because of this the NFL-AFL championship games unofficially became an additional qualifying round in the playoffs as there was still one more game to play in the season for the winner of the AFL-NFL championship games. Officially these games were still main championship in both leagues but with creation of NFL-AFL World Championship game that eventually would be known as Super Bowl. Inclusion of these eight AFL-NFL Championship games is problematical in overall listing of Most World Championships/league championships, therefore they are generally not included in the overall records . [ 6 ] [ 7 ] [ 8 ] [ 9 ] [ 10 ] [ 11 ] After the merger the AFL-NFL Championship games were replaced/retooled as/with AFC Championship game and NFC Championship game .' Since these AFL-NFL Championships are generally not included in overall World Championship/league Championship list, because of this there are no number given in parentheses counting them AND for good measure..... and fierce..sorry your wrong....
    Posted by DoctorCO


    Wow, poisoned by CO, you are getting desparate. So you give no rebuttals about the NFL titles before the SB era. I wonder why. Is it because you know the NFL count those titles before 1966 as well as the SB titles after that?

    So you keep citing "Officially these games were still main championship in both leagues but with creation of NFL-AFL World Championship game that eventually would be known as Super Bowl. Inclusion of these eight AFL-NFL Championship games is problematical in overall listing of Most World Championships/league championships, therefore they are generally not included in the overall records."

    But do you dare telling us whether the NFL count the games before 1966 (the first SB when the in the next 4 years, the AFL and NFL championship games didn't count as NFL titles)? Of course, knowing you, you keep hiding your head in the mud as the championships from 1920 to 1965 were every bit as legit from the NFL's standpoint.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Packers

    League championships (13)†
     
     
    † - Does not include the AFL or NFL Championships won during the same seasons as the AFL-NFL Super Bowl Championships prior to the 1970 AFL-NFL Merger




     
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    In Response to Re: Lakers universally acclaimed as the NBA'S greatest franchise :  It is funny, though, that he wants to count ALL championships in football as relevant, but not in basketball..............oops, did I say funny?  Not the correct adjective there!!
    Posted by Red-16Russ-11


    funny you still here to argue even though your reading comprehension problem.

    I've praised DoctorCO for his good job on only counting SB (thus the Steelers were the greatest with 6 SB champs), even though the Packers have 13 NFL champions.

    DoctorCO does a good job, counting what MATTERS!!!
     
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    This idiot is losing the debate, but debating it to the bitter end. Dude the C's are the best NBA team. It's not about showtime, not about bling, it's about how many rings. 17 />16, it is what it is. Get over it. The Lakers do deserve our respect, but enough is enough already. 
    Posted by DFURY13


    Ask RedRust, 9 is better than 11. It's not sheer numbers that counts.

    Ask DoctorCO, 6 is better than 13. Just count what matters.

    Ask Fierce, whose brilliant observation told us that the Lakers also played in the NBL in 1947-48, thus giving them 17 titles...

    New arithmetic only in Boston.
     
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    Re: Lakers universally acclaimed as the NBA'S greatest franchise

    Laker fans at their last back to back:





    Boston fans at theirs:





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