Discussion in 'Basketball' started by GoBuds14, Apr 26, 2020.
Warriors should have won 5 in a row
He does lose almost every year well he did in the East .
As good as LeBron is they way he hogs the ball is detrimental to team success than complements it. Lebron is a 6'9, 265 pound point guard who is on the perimeter most of the game. Cleveland played some of the worst team basketball as compared to Golden State which is the definition of it. LeBron doesn't make his teammates better he makes them reliant on him. That's why Kyrie left and no other stars wanted to play with him. Davis would have went to LA regardless of if Lebron was there. That is the ultimate place to play in the NBA.
Lebron is one of the best passers ever and constantly makes much easier shots for teammates. Ridiculous to say that he hurts his teammates or is detrimental to his team's success. Cleveland had some of the best offensive teams of all time from 2015-2018, especially in the postseason. Almost all the best offensive players in the NBA are perimeter players who control the ball as much as Lebron. Curry - who thrives without the ball - and Jokic are pretty much the only exceptions.
Kyrie has a far stronger case as a bad teammate than Lebron. Not getting along with Kyrie is not a black mark on your reputation.
I see you KD.
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