I really hope Spoelstra doesnt get the blame. He's not the one telling Lebron to be invisible. Yeah I know he has to put his superstars in the right position to score but when you're as good as Lebron and Wade are you would be able to go one on one and at least get some fouls.
I don't even hate Lebron anymore but 2 points in the fourth quarter is unacceptable...
I dont tink Soelstra coaches. I think he just stands back and lets LeBron and Wade do what they feel like.
What an awesome game, this has been an amazing series. I said it was going 7 from the beginning, doubt it changes. Watching Lebron be so passive scoring the ball in the 4th quarter reminds me that he opted to take this route so he could have games exactly like he's having now. I don't think he has any desire to score 40 points a game, and is fine with dishing the ball and rebounding.
I thought it was laid out perfectly for him to take over when Wade was hurt, but mostly late in the game he looked like he didn't want any part of shooting the ball.
Originally Posted by Scott Wright
I guarantee that if someone picks Cam Newton in the Top 5 they will regret it.
I know it sounds like hindsight now, but I said this team wouldn't win anything because they were all too similar. They didn't have a true post up man or they didn't have a good shooter in the group.
And now they can't post anyone up or shoot over the top of them in key situations.
I mean they are in the finals now but I was saying during the off season the best team they could put together prolly would have been Wade, Joe Johnson, and Amare. Wade slashing to the hoop, Johnson is a good spot up shooter, and Amare is a force down low....but what the **** do I know? lol.
And that Bosh flop is still the most embarrassing thing Ive ever seen. What a *****
Originally Posted by 49erNation85
I wouldn't be sir prized if he passed McCoy on the depth chart. I think he might have a better arm and accurate arm then him from the highlights I thought. He also got some wheels too help us prepare for QB's as Wilson , RG3 and other runners etc.
Wade averages over 32 ppg in his finals career, in 9 finals games LeBron has never scored over 25 points, so yeah I don't expect him to all of a sudden have an outburst, it's not his mentality even in the finals with the Cavs when he was the man. I'd say Bosh is more likely to hit 25+ than Bron. LeBron is probably the best complementary player of all time. He's like super version of Lamar Odom.