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  • Posted 02/17/2011 04:48:16 EST

    You know, winning back to back championships ain't easy.  The Lakers just did it yeah, but you have to go all the way back to 2001/2002 to find another time it was done (also by the Lakers).  How much more »

  • Posted 02/12/2011 05:54:29 EST

    In Response to Re: Games against the Lakers and Heat: I see us losing to the Heat on Sunday. We have too many guys out with injuries. It could be a blowout. Don't mean to be a downer, just bracing for more »

  • Posted 02/12/2011 05:46:02 EST

    The OP. more »

  • Posted 02/12/2011 03:01:09 EST

    Hey, who would've ever imagined Bosh, Lebron and Wade on the same team.  Or even Garnett, Pierce and Allen.  Ok, there's no way Howard's going to LA unless it's a sign and trade, and I don't see LA ha more »

  • Posted 02/12/2011 11:24:48 EST

    I've noticed a very common theme with these trade proposals.  It's always a decent player, a mediocre player and a throw-in for a superstar/A grade player. It's funny how no one ever proposes the oppo more »

  • Forum Post: Sloan

    Posted 02/12/2011 10:21:43 EST

    In Response to Sloan: I think the Heat should hire Sloan. He would be a great fit for that team. They already have enough offense and he would definately put some toughness in them. I'm not sure I res more »

  • Posted 02/12/2011 10:12:03 EST

    In Response to Re: this team is in trouble: In Response to Re: this team is in trouble : Like our Celtic players, I like a little trash talking.  Its cool.  I do think your Lakers are a great team and more »

  • Posted 02/12/2011 01:36:07 EST

    Fans are the same everywhere.  There's nothing in the water in LA or Boston that makes fans any more noble in victory or defeat.  If you were to take these two teams and swap them, you'd have the exac more »

  • Posted 02/12/2011 01:31:04 EST

    If every team was healthy and playing their A game, I give it to LA.  The problem with LA is that they're complacent.  2 rings back to back and they don't think they need to try as hard.  I'd put Bost more »

  • Posted 02/12/2011 01:29:35 EST

    Kobe was on point down the stretch.  Sometimes good teams lose because their opponents out play them.  I think Boston is the better team right now, but they didn't stop Kobe when it mattered.  You can more »

  • Posted 02/11/2011 06:07:48 EST

    Red was like the Beatles.  He was a great man in a time and place where he could accomplish great things.  You can't have any coach rival what he did because no coach will ever be in a position to.  J more »

  • Posted 02/11/2011 08:55:52 EST

    Amazing record beaten by an amazing player. more »

  • Posted 02/11/2011 08:52:59 EST

    Ok.  For the record, I didn't say ANYTHING bad about Red.   And I also said that I wasn't mentioning you specifically, but all your responses are defending yourself.  Obviously we're miscommunicating more »

  • Posted 02/10/2011 07:02:50 EST

    hedley, just because YOU'RE not trying to take away from Phil (which i still think you are slightly), doesn't mean that other posters here aren't.  And they are.  I think you're assuming I'm just dire more »

  • Posted 02/10/2011 10:26:43 EST

    Yeah that's true, it's not a pressure cooker situation like hitting FTs in the Finals.  It's all but given that he's going to break the record, which has a nice way of taking pressure off. more »

  • Posted 02/10/2011 09:37:59 EST

    I think having Reggie there, and it being a nationally televised game will bring some added pressure.  Not enough to throw his game off, but enough to have him pull the trigger early and get it under more »

  • Posted 02/10/2011 08:48:24 EST

    He's two away from breaking the record?  Pretty sure he's gonna do it tonight.  In front of Reggie Miller and everything.  I'm guessing the record goes down within the first 5 minutes. Take the pressu more »

  • Posted 02/10/2011 12:53:05 EST

    Again, please tell me how good Jordan did without PJ, or how good the Shaq/Kobe Lakers were without PJ.  Look, if y'all think it's easy to win a championship with a team that has a lot of talent, why more »

  • Posted 02/09/2011 03:17:47 EST

    Hahaha, not always.  Thanks, good to see you're still on these boards.  more »

  • Posted 02/09/2011 03:09:12 EST

    Yeah guys, no point in trying to control any thread because it will just not happen.  As long as you open up discussion in these type of forums you can expect the responses to be diverse and, sometime more »

  • Posted 02/09/2011 03:04:15 EST

    Yes but it's hypocritical to attempt to dimish PJ's coaching chops because of his all-star teams when Red had the best player in the game in Bill Russell.  more »

  • Posted 02/09/2011 02:48:11 EST

    That's amusing, I was about to note that Celtics fans seem to get way too upset when Phil Jackson is given his due credit. 

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  • Posted 02/09/2011 01:13:59 EST

    Hahaha, hilarious.  He's won 11 rings, including the last 2, in 17 years of coaching.  He's the most sought after coach in the NBA.  It's just such a weak attempt to take away from one of the greatest more »

  • Posted 02/09/2011 01:04:08 EST

    Fair enough, I was talking about as a coach.  Although honestly, I'm not going to go down the road of trying to take away what he achieved.  I don't buy into the whole 'it was easier because there wer more »

  • Posted 02/09/2011 11:43:13 EST

    Auerbach never won 11 rings either. more »