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- Sep 14, 2018
I think you're going off on a tangent, I said me personally I'd pick money over being famous and broke.Winning the chip is important but it isn't everything. You still shouldn't name a guy like Love in the same sentence with Sir Charles or Stockalone. They tried to beat MJ in his prime and didn't join him. Even Malone tried to win a title in LA in his last season. He was close and desperate but this doesn't mean he wasn't an important player. You probably won't find Kevin Love's name in the list of the 50 Greatest Players in NBA History anyway but you can find Barkley, Malone & Stockton there.
I think you're going off on a tangent, I said me personally I'd pick money over being famous and broke.
Lets Gekige In said:He already has one more ring than Barkley, Stockton, and Malone.
Nope I didn't.Lets Gekige In said:and he still didn't get a Larry O'Brien trophy.
Mavs got good because of Dirk Nowitzki and Steve Nash. Kidd was only with the Mavs for 2 and some change seasons before he was traded to Phoenix.
Nope I didn't.
I honestly think we're having a miscommunication. I'm going to assume you agreed with this part of my last post:You didn't get what I meant. Implying stuff won't help.
Allow me to reiterate my point. Kevin Love already had a ring (he nearly averaged a double double in the 2016 playoffs and then averaged a double double in the 2017 playoffs). That's something some all time greats didn't even accomplish. There is no shame in going after the biggest contract he could get by re-signing in Cleveland.
hope he dont expect the celts to bring the brink truck to resign his ass after the season ends . he not that good of a player to begin with, when the lakers offer that 80 mil extention he should have taken it becase the lakers team help with his numbers , no contender would paid the pricetag he asking even if he got bounce back season with boston .You edited that post after I responded. It's quite ok when good players sign good contracts. But there are still peeps like Dirk who sacrifice some of the millions to strengthen their team. I liked it when Schröder gambled too hard and became a bargain for the Celtics. He probably missed his big payday like many other players before.
Relax, I was joking in the first sentence. If you don't use Stockalone in Utah I'm fine.Uh huh, for sure.
I also thought the 80 millions were too much. Schröder is too self confident to realize the Lakers contract was already a huge gift.hope he dont expect the celts to bring the brink truck to resign his ass after the season ends . he not that good of a player to begin with, when the lakers offer that 80 mil extention he should have taken it , no contender would paid the pricetag he asking even if he got bounce back season with boston .