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Discussion in 'Other Sports' started by RavensShallBurn, May 24, 2010.
It's about damn time.
Obama wants LeBroom in Chicago.
Now they can bring in Avery Johnson and Dirk Novitzki to Cleav to win 5 in a row with LeBron
Out with the coach, out goes the superstar. That's how this ends. Cleveland can't win crap with guys like "Side show Bob".
One year too late. Anyone could see after how the Magic beat them that Mike Brown is a terrible playoff coach. Their lucky they didn't play the Bobcats in the playoffs, they may have lost just on the basis of being way outcoached.
I head the Bulls have reached out to Phil Jackson.
In all seriousness, does Chicago have a shot?
Phil Jackson in Chicago with LeBron, WOW. I would love to see that happen, but not as much as I want LeBron in a Brooklyn jersey in 2 years.
I don't know why they have NBA teams outside of Boston, Chicago, New York, and Los Angeles. If you are a small market team then you aren't relevant to the rest of the association.
Oh, that's right San Antonio!!! Yeah, after Tim Duncan retires, they won't be relavant anymore. No one outside of San Antonio cares about them anyways. Not even the NBA analysts.
This sounds crazy but is very true. Boston has 17 titles, LA has 15 but to be fair they were in Minneapolis for some, and Chicago has 6, San Antonio with their 4, and the Knicks have a couple too. Detroit and Philly have had success too. After those big cities, the NBA is a joke.