Discussion in 'The Coliseum' started by Mufasa Ahadi, Nov 13, 2021.
Anyone watch last night? They’re repeating it again right now.
I watched it last night. It was pretty good. I remember those days vividly when KG was playing at Farragut. Him and Ronnie Fields’ highlights would be on the news all the time
nikka got lucky. If Bynum and Ariza were healthy, he would be ringless
I just saw the end with him and Snoop chopping it up, and Snoop got on FaceTime with DOC so KG could talk to him. Thought that was dope. KG said DOC was his favorite rapper coming up. I missed it last night because once the credits started rolling, I thought it was over
One of my favorite sports moments ever.
Bynum who averaged like 6 points on bad efficiency in the 2010 matchup against an older, worse Celtics team with a hobbled KG and Perk out for Game 6 and 7 and role playing ass Trevor Ariza was gonna be the driving force behind a 40 point turnaround in '08. Yeah, okay.
If KG never gets hurt in '09 the C's threepeat.
Healthy Bynum was averaging 17/11 on 70% leading up to his injury. Advance metrics actually had him as a top 10 player and he was only getting better
You lost to a Lakers team with Bynum on 1 leg and Kobe playing with dislocated fingers and swollen knees
You nikkas weren't shyt. Healthy Lakers were better. Just be happy with that giftwrapped ring
Bynum was on one leg in the 2010 Finals and shouldn't have been playing at all.
I could give two fukks about what Bynum did in the regular season. Especially when the two times he played the C's, they got waxed and Bynum didn't do fukk all against them. He'd have been food in the '08 Finals just like the rest of that team was.
A 50 win, over the hill Celtics who were a 4 seed in the East with a shell of KG and Perk being out for two closeout games damn near still won a title against your soft ass team. Had KG never suffered that injury in '09, they would have gotten waxed once again by a healthy C's team.
And the Celtics were a 50 win 4 seed with KG off a career altering knee injury and the starting Center out with a torn ACL for two closeout games. A "one legged "Bynum (which let's face it, is pretty much just standard Bynum) should have been able to provide more than 7 ppg on god awful efficiency against a depleted C's front line. He didn't, because he's not that good. Sorry.
That 2008 Celtics championship is probably the greatest sports event I ever witnessed
Would’ve had a 3-peat if he didn’t get hurt in 2009.
I stand by that.