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What is going on with the Celtics?

Discussion in 'NBA Dish' started by Mr. Space City, Jan 12, 2019.

  1. Ziggy

    Ziggy Tastemaker
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    Kyrie needs to chill with the team lead stuff. I get that he has his own signature shoe thanks to LeBron (cute), but long-term, the Celtics don't even need him to succeed. Stevens' teams do better when the players just shut up and do their jobs.
     
  2. malakas

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    Really Kyrie learned well from Lebron didnt he? If he was active on twitter he would post cryptic passive aggressive comments too.
     
  3. cheke64

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    Kobe started winning when they received lobsided talent trades. Kobe never changed
     
  4. adeelionaire

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    Keep doubting this team. When playoffs come around and guys like Giannis and Lowry start to fold, everyone will be back on Kyrie's nuts again.
     
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  5. YaoMing#1

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    While I some what agree Kobe never changed he did start trusting his teammates more on the court.

    Is that because of the “lopsided” trades? Probably but still he won went to 3 straight finals and won 2 with Pau Gasol as his second best player. I like Gasol but what we’ve seen Lebron play with since Miami as well as the warriors run, it does make it pretty impressive none the less.

    But back to Kyrie, he’s just not as good as he thinks and he’s sure as hell not as good as Kobe Bryant.
     
  6. DrNuegebauer

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    Whaddaya mean? Kobe was a great number 2, but what team did he lead?
    He's the chucker who needed Pau and Ariza to win him championships right?

    And then the bastard accepted their finals MVP awards as if he somehow deserved it

    Kobe. Lol. Ignorant fanbois love his game.
     
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