Discussion in 'The Coliseum' started by Torrential, Sep 18, 2020.
You hate to see it
Bum ass midget stfu u part of the problem. Them white boys is rainin 3s on u too
cliptics lookin funny as shyt right now
But Kyrie was to blame for everything that went wrong ..... ok
Probably should wait until Kyrie leads a team into the ECF before you bring his name up in a discussion about ECF problems.
Since Boston with Kyrie got washed by the team that just lost to Miami....and it wasn't close...
Let me fact check right quick. Kyrie injured... they go to Eastern Conference Finals. Kyrie healthy... they get blitzed in the second round. Kyrie leaves... back in the Eastern Conference Finals.
Did I miss anything?
To be fair , and to take it a step further, he was gonna lead em to a finals birth before his injury his first year there.
Not sure why y’all love to exclude how well he was performing and leading that season
oh and Smart is not the issue at all, he's been their most reliable player game to game since the Toronto series.
Different years, different competition in the conference.
The bigger question is why you're so miserable that I've had you on ignore for three years and you're still worrying about me.
This site's owner forcibly put me on your ignore list because you were so obsessed with me. And you STILL use your fukking alias to read my posts and access the links to send me negs because you so desperately want to be involved in my life.
There is no world in which a mentally healthy person who is happy with their life does that shyt.
Bron stans, y'all.
Dumbass muh'fukkas, y'all.
Smart prob just mad his side of the argument flopped more than himself
what does LeBron have to do with Kyrie shooting under 40% against the Bucks and losing in the second round
Because it's meaningless to say what he was "going to do" and then name something he's literally never done.
Kyrie as the #1 has led a team to exactly 5 playoff wins in his entire NBA career, and 4 of those were against the deflated Pacers after they had lost their star Oladipo and didn't even look like a playoff team.
He shot under 37% in 7 of the 9 playoff games he's ever played as the team leader (6-17, 7-19, 4-13, 4-18, 8-22, 7-22, and 6-21).
In the only series where he led a team against a legit playoff opponent, he averaged 20-4-6 with 4 turnovers/game on 35% shooting and 22% from three.
Meanwhile, the legendary Eric Bledsoe (27 minutes/game) and George Hill (25 minutes/game) on the other side combined to average 28-6-6 with just 3 turnovers a game on 50% shooting and 35% from three....and you can guess who they scored most easily on.
He's gotta prove he can lead a team on the postseason court before he gets credit for it.