Celtics/Cavs: Eastern Confrence Finals

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    MVP hasn't played in 22 days....Lebron shooting 66.6 % for the game....smh

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    22-6-6, as if he couldn't average Westbricks stats for the year but he's about winning.

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    Celtics have no chance.

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    Isaiah Thomas guarding Lebron?

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    And now IT is on Love? Just pulls him to the ground.

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    Quote Originally Posted by atm10 View Post
    22-6-6, as if he couldn't average Westbricks stats for the year but he's about winning.
    One of your favorites players!!!! Word!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HammerTime View Post
    Celtics have no chance.
    Can I quote you on that HT

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    The Celtics have no one that can guard Lebron. They may have to start running doubles at him but that might make it worst.

    I love Isiah Thomas and have been amazed at what he can do but he has not chance guarding Kyrie or Lebron. Who is he going to guard while he is on the floor?

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    If you're the Celtics, moving forward is Isaiah Thomas still your guy? What he did during the regular season means nothing now. Is a 5'9" guy, who's soon to be going on 30 years old, worth $200 million? Based upon what Rondo was able to do to him in the first 2 games of the playoffs, and after Cleveland last night...I say no. He may be a good guy, and a good story, but I don't think he's the guy that's going to allow them to win a championship.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CincySportsFan View Post
    If you're the Celtics, moving forward is Isaiah Thomas still your guy? What he did during the regular season means nothing now. Is a 5'9" guy, who's soon to be going on 30 years old, worth $200 million? Based upon what Rondo was able to do to him in the first 2 games of the playoffs, and after Cleveland last night...I say no. He may be a good guy, and a good story, but I don't think he's the guy that's going to allow them to win a championship.
    This is an excellent question and excellent points. He is a great player and he will get his 200 million. I'm not sold he is the guy who can carry Boston to a title. I am with you.

    Boston taking Fultz makes more sense to me now. Plus I have come to terms with the Lakers taking Lonzo Ball.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PurplePride92 View Post
    This is an excellent question and excellent points. He is a great player and he will get his 200 million. I'm not sold he is the guy who can carry Boston to a title. I am with you.

    Boston taking Fultz makes more sense to me now. Plus I have come to terms with the Lakers taking Lonzo Ball.
    You want Ball, or you just sold that's who it's going to be?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jumper_Dad View Post
    You want Ball, or you just sold that's who it's going to be?
    I've come to terms with the expectation that they will take Ball. I want Fox or Fultz preferably but all signs point to them taking Ball. Honestly, I really don't care who they pick as long as they don't trade D'Angelo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PurplePride92 View Post
    I've come to terms with the expectation that they will take Ball. I want Fox or Fultz preferably but all signs point to them taking Ball. Honestly, I really don't care who they pick as long as they don't trade D'Angelo.
    I'll be honest, if they pick Fox I'd be very happy. Lakers were never my #1 team but were always near the top, I won't be mad if they get good again with Fox at the point!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PurplePride92 View Post
    I've come to terms with the expectation that they will take Ball. I want Fox or Fultz preferably but all signs point to them taking Ball. Honestly, I really don't care who they pick as long as they don't trade D'Angelo.
    I can't express how much I'd rather see them pick someone other than Ball. Next to the Cavs winning the championship, I can't think of anything that would make me happier than to see ol' dad squirm after the Lakers' choice is announced...and it's not his boy.

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