Eedee wrote:LINSANITY incoming tho
Aone10 wrote:Mr.DGAF wrote:I don't see why it's hard to believe that Cleveland was the better BASKETBALL choice. Kyrie isn't unproven tbh, guy's already potential top 5 PG in skill and with LeBron he'll be even better. Wiggins will be a big role player, as will Bennett (I have faith in the guy). They signed Mike Miller, will likely sign Ray Allen, have a ton of picks, etc etc. They're not only a contender this year, they'll be a contender for years to come. Seems pretty obvious to me.
4 straight Finals appearances, 2 championships and a better front office.
That's why Miami was the better choice.Mr.DGAF wrote:Aone10 wrote:Miami will win another championship before Cleveland does (if they ever do) mark my words.
haha, sounds familiar (*cough* DAN GILBERT *cough*)
The Miami Heat is a championship organization, the Cavaliers aren't.
Miami has made it to the playoffs 10 times in the last 11 years, and have won 3 championships in their 5 Finals appearances.
When that faggot Dan Gilbert said that, it was laughable as EVERYONE knew the Cavaliers were not going to win a championship, no less before Miami.
Pat Riley has done an excellent job at re-tooling the roster, and while you can't replace the best basketball player on the planet, you can most definitely add depth to his position by acquiring Luol Deng, Danny Granger, and up and comer James Ennis.
Re-signing Chris Bosh was huge (especially when everyone thought he was leaving for Houston). D-Wade is back, and while he missed a few games last season for "maintenance", he finished with a career high FG% while playing career low minutes.
And we STILL have money left to spend.
The 2014-2015 Miami Heat WILL make the playoffs and are legitimate title contenders, the 2010-2011 Cavaliers had one of the worst regular season records of all time. Point made?
classthe_king wrote:i hope that comment wasn't directed towards me
Aone10 wrote:Free agency isn't over, there are still plenty of moves Pat Riley can make... and as we've all seen before, nobody is as good as he is at making moves.
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