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    Jun 22, 18, 11:18 PM
    Does Kemba ever get in a true rhythm enough to create his own shots playing with Lebron? With Uconn he was the guy. Where he is currently he is the guy with the ball. With Cleveland he wouldn't be. So does his ability to create his own shots and make them still as good once playing with Lebron? Most people they struggle once with Lebron, if they were use to being the man dominating the ball with their teams.
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    Jun 22, 18, 07:35 PM
    Doubtful. Love was a top 10 player before playing with James. Kemba not even that. Love only started looking not as good once with James. Which I posted a link awhile back. That showed the majority of players who have played with James in their career played worst when with James. Put love elsewhere and he looks a lot better. Put Kemba with James, and Kemba then looks worst. The reason why it's always James needs more help is because James is so...
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    Jun 22, 18, 04:18 PM
    Wont work because he would clog the lane. Which doesn't fit James game.
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    Jun 22, 18, 04:16 PM
    Kemba only looks better than everyone else on the Cavs because he is the guy where he is at, and not playing with Lebron like James current teammates. If he goes and joins Lebron he wont look as good, and the whole cries of Lebron needs more help begins again. Shoot Love was a top 10 player in the NBA before joining Lebron. He might not even be considered a top 30 player anymore. Yet I bet if Love was elsewhere Love would quickly look like a...
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    Jun 22, 18, 01:07 PM
    Maybe. However I think a lot of kids will also see how Balls antics may truly cost his two younger brothers. So they probably wont want their dads doing that. I wouldn't be surprised soon to see a possible argument between the younger brothers and their father. LiAngelo didn't get drafted and apparently he thought he would at least be with the Lakers summer team and was told no to that too. I think the younger Ball brothers are going to see...
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    Jun 21, 18, 07:50 PM
    Maybe i didn't listen or read the right things. But I never heard anyone say Bagleys game was similar to Durant. Shoot even in college their games weren't even similar.
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    Jun 20, 18, 01:18 PM
    No way UK and UL would want to play each other twice in a month span. Probably could rotate years who is in it between UK and UL. When UK is the host they play in it and UL doesn't. When UL host, UL plays in it and UK doesn't.
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    Jun 20, 18, 01:08 PM
    Agreed! People are still using the 90s early 2000s narrative with Mike Brown. Honestly since 2003 they have done a great job keeping players. The majority of their good players they were able to keep. The ones they lost were guys who got record contracts like Eric Steinbach, and Zeitler to the Browns both got record contracts at the time. Then Jonathan Joseph they lost. Marvin Jones they offered the same contract Detroit gave him. So wasnt like...
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    Jun 20, 18, 12:43 AM
    How do you know Quickly is just better. When his only competition had been against high school players. While Green had a whole season now against college players. People seem to forget Green was wanted by every big school in the country. No way to know how Quickly is. My guess is it will be 1. Hagan's 2. Green 3. Johnson 4. Washington 5. Reid
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    Jun 20, 18, 12:38 AM
    My biggest and main reason as I have stated a few times. Is this simply is not a good sports town anymore and winning wont fix that That's the point Cleveland when it comes to fans has a strong fan base. They are there even when they suck, which is more than the Bengals. Philly fans are negative but die hard and you know they are there for them. In Cincinnati are fan base sucks. Period. A negative atmosphere filled this city in all sports....
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    Jun 19, 18, 11:54 PM
    I addressed this with an earlier post when I said you could put a new owner and coach on this team, and people in this area would still find something to complain about to be negative about. Mike Brown is an easy target for how poorly he ran this franchise basically until he hired Marvin. People don't want to admit it, but the Bengals have been one of the better ran organizations in the nfl since Marvin, and especially since 2009. 2009...
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    Jun 19, 18, 11:41 PM
    Back then the home TV experience wasnt re the same as now. Back then social media wasnt the same as now. Back then was every single reds game even on TV? Times have changed. Reds have changed Owners. GMs, and guess what people still didn't go. The reds a few years ago when they were good, the attendance was higher than now. But still not good.
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    Jun 19, 18, 03:34 PM
    I think it's a poor sports city in terms of support. Yes there are a lot of fans who like the teams like the reds and Bengals, and want to see them do well. But it's more of a oh well darn the bad luck they lost again. As you stated it is a very negative city sports wise. Even in good years. It's always waiting for something bad to happen. Which imo even though players like to say they don't listen to people, they hear it and probably gets in...
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    Jun 19, 18, 01:25 PM
    Let's take a look at things here. You said the lack of attendance is due to a failure to put a quality product on the field. 2011 a playoff year Bengals had worst attendance in the nfl. 2012 a playoff year 8th worst 2013 8th worst 2014 5th worst
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    Jun 18, 18, 08:23 PM
    Simply not true. For 5 straight years they had a quality product on the field and made 5 straight playoffs. The Bengals have been in the playoffs 6 times in the last 9 years. I believe I heard only 10 teams have done that in the last 9 years. So they have put a quality product on the field more than the majority of the nfl over the last 9 years. People use the Mike Brown thing as their go to for why they don't go to games. When the reality...
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    Jun 18, 18, 12:57 PM
    I always find it funny how no matter what the Bengals do, people find something negative to say about it. The reality of the situation is basically every nfl team is having to try to find ways to get people to games. With the blackout rule no longer in effect, and the home experience of watching games. It gives little reason for fans of any team to go to games.
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    Jun 14, 18, 03:22 AM
    I did a quick search. Since 2000 the Bengals have had the 3rd most arrest. Minnesota and Denver have had more. With the majority of the Bengals arrest coming from 2000 to 2008. Over the last 5 years the Bengals have the 6th least amount of arrest in the nfl. The bengals including this one have had 4 in the last 5 years. Teams like Denver, Baltimore, 49ers, Jets, and Colts all have had 10 or more during these last 5 years. So yeah the rap of the...
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    Jun 14, 18, 03:09 AM
    Oh wow I guess I learned something new. Because I didn't know it was possible for other teams to draft someone after someone is drafted. Because what I know of the draft is each player gets drafted only once. So it prevents every other team from being able to draft a player. So you are right only the Bengals drafted him but that's because no one else could draft him after the Bengals took him. Mixon was projected to go in the 2nd or 3rd...
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    Jun 13, 18, 11:56 PM
    You realize a lot more teams over the last 8 years have had more players arrested or in trouble than the Bengals right.
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    Jun 13, 18, 09:21 PM
    I may do it. I expect it to be like the 2011 season when stadium was half empty almost every game even though they had a playoff season. I could buy those tickets and still easily sit in lower arena.
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    Jun 11, 18, 09:57 PM
    Agree to disagree on that. They would have known they wouldn't have had James and would have had a system in place that fit those players better. Their roster was not as bad as some of you all try to make it out to be.
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    Jun 11, 18, 02:17 PM
    I just don't think those players with Miami currently look as good with Lebron. Currently Miami doesn't have a star. So they have a lot of movement and ball movement and different players touching the ball and getting in a rhythm, which makes them perform better. Put LeBron on that team and it becomes James dominates the ball. Everyone clear the lane and stay still, and James will either score or will kick it out for an open shot. Which is great...
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    Jun 11, 18, 02:09 PM
    Unless Kevin Love goes to Miami with him. Miami roster is not better.
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    Jun 10, 18, 06:21 PM
    Well Kevin Love was considered a top 10 player before he played with LeBron. So just adding a top player to play with him doesn't guarntee much. Especially since him playing with other stars in the past typically has made those stars look not as good. The only one who seemed to stay a star was Irving and he wasn't exactly considered a top 20 player yet. So maybe it was James joining him, or maybe was just getting older. However history shows...
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    Jun 10, 18, 05:26 PM
    No doubt Miami would do what it takes to get him back. However I don't think he would have better talent around him. Especially if no other star joins him.
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    Jun 10, 18, 05:14 PM
    Miami's roster is better? Really? Especially after they lose people once taking on his contract? Me thinks if he goes to Miami we will hear for like the 12th time in his career, LeBron needs more help.
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    Jun 10, 18, 05:12 PM
    I agree it will be a surprise and my surprise pick that i been saying for months is the Knicks.
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    Jun 6, 18, 09:43 PM
    JR, Korver, Hood, Thompson probably would all thrive as role players with the Warriors. Iggy, Mcgee, Livingston, and even Green probably look like Scrubs and a bad bunch of role players playing with LeBron in his system. At the end of the day the Warriors have only one more true good player more than the Cavs and that's Thompson. Other than that supporting cast wise they are similar. Except the Warriors make its role players play at a better...
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