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Old 11-21-2017, 12:42 AM   #76
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#1 - Bogut played a total of 12 minutes a game.
#2 - Bogut played in ONE 4th Q and GSW were leading by 20+
#3 - Game 5, when Bogut was playing, LeBron scored 25 (the first half)
#4 - Bogut was a net negative in the Finals

Yeah, even with a healthy Bogut, the Cavs weren't losing. The Cavs also do not win without Love. Love was more important to the Cavs than Bogut was to the Warriors. The Warriors could've still won, if it wasn't for Ezeli's foul, Curry's retarded behind the back pass, and a plethora of bricks in the clutch in G7. Again, WITHOUT Bogut. The Cavs don't

Even if we exclude the game in which Bogut was injured, dude was averaging 3 rebounds a game. Now we're acting like he was a rebounding monster? Laughable. Also, Warriors got out rebounded in Games 1 & 3. WITH a HEALTHY Bogut. Funny how you forgot to mention that part.

Bogut missed 11 games in the RS and the Warriors went 11-1 in those games. The one loss coming against the Spurs, in a game in which Curry and Klay played like dog shit. Bogut was also a net negative in games 1, 3, 4, and 5. His minutes also fell significantly in the Finals. He played more minutes in the first 3 rounds in the WC.

If we go back to the previous season, Bogut BARELY played in the '15 Finals. The Cavs were crushing the Warriors with Bogut in the lineup and it pretty much reversed, when he was done.

So yeah, the Warriors small ball lineup >> their lineup with Bogut in it. Bogut's injury wasn't the reason Warriors lost.

Didn't your boxscore show you LeBron's block? Just asking, because you pointed out Love's stop. The only reason why Kyrie's shot was even possible was because of LeBron. Dude brought them back into the game and killed ANY and ALL momentum that the Warriors had. 6 straight points, which brought the Cavs back into the game late in the 4th, the game saving block, and the series clinching FT.

How about this IMPACT from Bogut...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XWVd6cbYtXg

Blocking virually every starting Cavs players shots in first quarter, including shell-shocked Lebron.

And I get a kick out of those that use + / - as some kind of example. So, I will too...

https://www.basketball-reference.com...102030ORL.html

There are NINE players who had a higher +/- than Lebron in that game...a 51 point game. Evidently Lebron was killing his team in that game.

The REALITY was, the Bogut was the Warriors third best rebounder in terms of TRB%, and he was, by far, the best shot blocker in the entire series...(13.9 BLK%...with Lebron next at ... 5.9%)

Not to mention that he has been the game's best screener.

Again, in game five, with Green suspended...the Warriors were down 67-64 when Bogut went down. So GS played the remainder of that game with bit players at center...none of whom had the impact of either Green (the Warriors best player in that series, and by far, the best player on the floor in game seven), and Bogut.


Lebron did NOT...

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Dude brought them back into the game and killed ANY and ALL momentum that the Warriors had. 6 straight points, which brought the Cavs back into the game late in the 4th

Since you didn't watch that game, here is what actually happened...

It was only 87-83 when he was fouled on a 3pt shot.
And he followed that up with another 3pt shot to make it 89-87...with nearly five minutes remaining. So, let's not act like he made some dramatic impact.

And in the last 4:50 he went...

0-4 from the floor, and after Kyrie hit the game-winner, it was LOVE who put up the stop of the series, forcing Curry into a Lebron-like wild miss with 30 seconds left.

And again take away Lebron's small run in the 4th quarter, and he shot a dreadful 6-20 from the field.

Overall, Lebron's eFG% was .396, and his TS% was an awful .475. KYRIE won that series.

And again, given the FACT that Green was, by far, the best player on the floor in game seven, his suspension in game five cost GS the series. Not to mention a crippled Iggy in the last two games.
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Old 11-21-2017, 12:44 AM   #77
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Again take away what we already KNOW...that the Fade, who was the beneficiary of the most RIGGED Finals in NBA history...and with documentation that has NOT been refuted...

and he would be the holder of two "bus-rider" rings. And he, like Lebron, choked away another in '11.

As for his "performance" against the '10 Celtics...



Boston steam-rolled the Heat, 4-1, with two solid wins, and a blowout. And, BTW, Wade's 33 ppg in that series was what a prime Chamberlain AVERAGED in his 52 post-season games in his scoring seasons.

Of course the Fade fans will be proud of a 4-1 first round blowout loss, and again, with the Fade putting up meaningless stats...just like his brother, Lebron, who had had worthless Finals in '14, '15, and '17, as well as a RIGGED Finals in '16.

aj is just a troll. stop taking him seriously
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Old 11-21-2017, 12:51 AM   #78
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Dirk averaged 9 FTAs in the FINALS, while Fade averaged 16! The Fade averaged 9 FTAs per playoff game prior to the Finals.

Interesting too, that in the ONE game that the Cheaters won, game four, Dirk took 13, and POS Fade took 9. So, it was OBVIOUS that the officials did not need to intervene in that ONE game. So, if you subtract the ONLY legitimate game that the Cheaters won, Dirk averaged 8 FTAs, while the borderline Top-50 Wade averaged ... get this... 18 FTAs! Of course, the last two RIGGED games, Dirk shot 13 FTAs, while the beneficiary of the league's vendetta against Cuban was GIVEN .... get this... 46! In games that were decided by one and three points.

I have also shown FIVE, of who knows how many PHANTOM calls that the POS Fade received in that Finals. And some were just hilarious. Like the Fade driving down the lane, stumbling over his two feet, puking up a shot, with no defender within three feet of him, and getting a foul called on the defender. And two were blatant OFFENSIVE fouls.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZKGlHfukc4

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PuukM40T974

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fydhtOSlfW0

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZKGlHfukc4

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5y8nI1PPYOk

And in the most critical call of the series, at the end of the game five, the Fade BLATANTLY shoved off (and knocked down) Jason Terry, en route to being tapped on another prayer, which led to the game-winning FTs.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GqmNrUOdV1M

How about the take from an impartial ESPN writer on that final sequence, shall we?

http://www.espn.com/blog/truehoop/po...he-2006-finals

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When I first watched the video, I had forgotten all about the particulars of everyone's complaints. I just watched it. And I was struck by Wade's shove of Terry.

When I started rolling that video for Bennett Salvatore, I stopped it a few seconds, just before Jason Terry went sprawling to the floor. Frankly, that play, to me, looked exactly like Michael Jordan shoving Bryon Russell to the floor. It was far from the hoop, and because it came with much more time on the clock, it may not have been nearly as game-changing as the subsequent foul on Nowitzki. (If Wade gets called for the offensive foul at that stage of the game, who knows how the game ends?)

Nevertheless, to my eyes ... that's a foul.

That was one of the things that Mark Cuban was really mad about after the game. "You mean when [Wade] pushed [Terry]? I don't know," Cuban said, ramping up the facetiousness: "I guess that's not a foul."

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Yet to my eyes Wade is operating with impunity -- like a man who knows he is not going to be called for an offensive foul pretty much no matter what. He uses a guiding hand on the hip of nearly every defender he encounters. First Jason Terry -- shove or no shove, he's certainly putting his hand all over that guy's hip. Then here comes Devin Harris, who also gets some action from Wade's left hand. Then it's time to switch directions, and Wade's left hand has some tough-to-decipher contact with Josh Howard's hip that appears to send Howard toward the baseline a little harder than Howard intended.

But I'm not sure that kind of impartiality is really evident in this video, and if Salvatore or anyone else from the NBA wanted to really impress fans, and build some trust, they'd admit to some high-profile bad calls once in a while.

Of course, we also have several impartial observers, none with any dogs in the fight that have also claimed that either Dallas was robbed, or even worse, the series was rigged. Folks like Phil Jackson and Tracy McGrady. And as I posted previously, a TON of articles and links claiming the the '06 Finals were RIGGED. Which it OBVIOUSLY was.

And of course...the CLINCHER from Dunaghy...

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"Donaghy claimed that Danny Crawford bragged that the Mavericks rarely won playoff games that he officiated, information Donaghy used to place bets against the Mavs. The Mavs have lost 15 of their last 16 playoffs game that Crawford worked."

Take away the Fade's '06 Finals, which were a JOKE, and his career is nothing special. He was a bus-rider in two other rings, one in which Ray Allen saved his ass, and he and Lebron choked away another in '11. Both he and Lebron were complete wastes in the '14 Finals...the worst beatdown ever administered in an NBA Finals.

Again, the man has played 15 seasons in the NBA, and was only considered a Top-5 player twice (3rd and 5th), and in fact, has basically not even been considered a Top-10 player in HALF of his career. He is a borderline Top-50 player at best, and if you remove the ridiculous '06 Finals, probably not even a Top-100 player.
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Old 11-21-2017, 12:58 AM   #79
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How about this IMPACT from Bogut...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XWVd6cbYtX
Blocking virually every starting Cavs players shots in first quarter, including shell-shocked Lebron.

And I get a kick out of those that use + / - as some kind of example. So, I will too...

https://ww.basketball-reference.com/boxscores/201102030ORL.htm
There are NINE players who had a higher +/- than Lebron in that game...a 51 point game. Evidently Lebron was killing his team in that game.

The REALITY was, the Bogut was the Warriors third best rebounder in terms of TRB%, and he was, by far, the best shot blocker in the entire series...(13.9 BLK%...with Lebron next at ... 5.9%)

Not to mention that he has been the game's best screener.

Again, in game five, with Green suspended...the Warriors were down 67-64 when Bogut went down. So GS played the remainder of that game with bit players at center...none of whom had the impact of either Green (the Warriors best player in that series, and by far, the best player on the floor in game seven), and Bogut.
Try reading my post, you ****ing retard.

#1 - Bogut played a total of 12 minutes a game.
#2 - Bogut played in ONE 4th Q and GSW were leading by 20+
#3 - Game 5, when Bogut was playing, LeBron scored 25 (the first half)
#4 - Bogut was a net negative in the Finals

Yeah, even with a healthy Bogut, the Cavs weren't losing. The Cavs also do not win without Love. Love was more important to the Cavs than Bogut was to the Warriors. The Warriors could've still won, if it wasn't for Ezeli's foul, Curry's retarded behind the back pass, and a plethora of bricks in the clutch in G7. Again, WITHOUT Bogut. The Cavs don't

Even if we exclude the game in which Bogut was injured, dude was averaging 3 rebounds a game. Now we're acting like he was a rebounding monster? Laughable. Also, Warriors got out rebounded in Games 1 & 3. WITH a HEALTHY Bogut. Funny how you forgot to mention that part.

Bogut missed 11 games in the RS and the Warriors went 11-1 in those games. The one loss coming against the Spurs, in a game in which Curry and Klay played like dog shit. Bogut was also a net negative in games 1, 3, 4, and 5. His minutes also fell significantly in the Finals. He played more minutes in the first 3 rounds in the WC.

If we go back to the previous season, Bogut BARELY played in the '15 Finals. The Cavs were crushing the Warriors with Bogut in the lineup and it pretty much reversed, when he was done.

So yeah, the Warriors small ball lineup >> their lineup with Bogut in it. Bogut's injury wasn't the reason Warriors lost.

Didn't your boxscore show you LeBron's block? Just asking, because you pointed out Love's stop. The only reason why Kyrie's shot was even possible was because of LeBron. Dude brought them back into the game and killed ANY and ALL momentum that the Warriors had. 6 straight points, which brought the Cavs back into the game late in the 4th, the game saving block, and the series clinching FT.


Lebron did NOT...



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Since you didn't watch that game, here is what actually happened...
I saw that game times than the minutes you have watched basketball.

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It was only 87-83 when he was fouled on a 3pt shot.
And he followed that up with another 3pt shot to make it 89-87...with nearly five minutes remaining. So, let's not act like he made some dramatic impact.
The Warriors were down 3 and scored 7 straight points in the final minutes of a G7 of the NBA Finals on their home court. Take a minute off and go look up the definition of the word momentum.

Then, LeBron nailed 3 straight FT's and a 3 pointer to put the Cavs up and stopped their run, making it 8 straight point LeBron scored.


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And in the last 4:50 he went...

0-4 from the floor, and after Kyrie hit the game-winner, it was LOVE who put up the stop of the series, forcing Curry into a Lebron-like wild miss with 30 seconds left.


http://a4.espncdn.com/combiner/i?img...9_16% 2D9.jpg
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And again take away Lebron's small run in the 4th quarter, and he shot a dreadful 6-20 from the field.
Take away LeBron's run and the Warriors are the 2016 NBA champs and they would've 3peat'd. Retard.

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Overall, Lebron's eFG% was .396, and his TS% was an awful .475. KYRIE won that series.
That's weird, because the guy, who's the only player in the history of the game to lead both teams in every single category might have something to do with winning the series.



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And again, given the FACT that Green was, by far, the best player on the floor in game seven, his suspension in game five cost GS the series. Not to mention a crippled Iggy in the last two games.
You do know that Green played Game 6, right? My bad, you don't watch the games so you probably didn't realize that.
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LeQuit in the 2016 Finals...

A complete bystander in the first four games. In the 4th game, he is content to lose the game, and in the last minute, when his team is down by nine points, and needs treys, he PADS his stats by taking uncontested layups on three straight possessions.

In that game, Dray taps him in his vaxxxa, and he cries to the NBA. The most prolific FLOPPER in NBA history...crying like the baby he has always been, and gets the Warriors best player suspended for game five. Of course, it is KYRIE who saves the series with a game five for the ages (only Wilt's must win game six of the '70 Finals is a higher scoring more FG% efficient Finals game in NBA history.)

Then, the LeCoward-Stopper, Iggy, injures his back early in game six, and with him barely able to walk, LePuke FINALLY has a 50% FG% game against him. His only one when defended by Iggy, in their 15 straight H2H's dating back to the '15 Finals. Even then, in the 4th quarter, the Jester shoots 2-7.

In game seven, LeChoke pulls his usual 4th quarter hiding act, and in the last four minutes, shoots his usual 0-4. Fortunately for LeChoke, it is again, KYRIE who wins the series with a clutch three (oh, and another teammate, Love, makes the game-saving stop.)

And the same Draymond who was suspended in game five, just DOMINATES game seven, running away with the scoring, rebounding, and all of the efficiency marks...and is easily the best player on the floor.
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LeQuit in the 2016 Finals...

A complete bystander in the first four games. In the 4th game, he is content to lose the game, and in the last minute, when his team is down by nine points, and needs treys, he PADS his stats by taking uncontested layups on three straight possessions.

In that game, Dray taps him in his vaxxxa, and he cries to the NBA. The most prolific FLOPPER in NBA history...crying like the baby he has always been, and gets the Warriors best player suspended for game five. Of course, it is KYRIE who saves the series with a game five for the ages (only Wilt's must win game six of the '70 Finals is a higher scoring more FG% efficient Finals game in NBA history.)

Then, the LeCoward-Stopper, Iggy, injures his back early in game six, and with him barely able to walk, LePuke FINALLY has a 50% FG% game against him. His only one when defended by Iggy, in their 15 straight H2H's dating back to the '15 Finals. Even then, in the 4th quarter, the Jester shoots 2-7.

In game seven, LeChoke pulls his usual 4th quarter hiding act, and in the last four minutes, shoots his usual 0-4. Fortunately for LeChoke, it is again, KYRIE who wins the series with a clutch three (oh, and another teammate, Love, makes the game-saving stop.)

And the same Draymond who was suspended in game five, just DOMINATES game seven, running away with the scoring, rebounding, and all of the efficiency marks...and is easily the best player on the floor.

It's embarrassing how ruined you are from this board. This reads like a post from one of the 15 year old idiots here. I mean jesus christ...what's with the obsessive hate on Lebron?
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LeQuit in the 2016 Finals...

A complete bystander in the first four games. In the 4th game, he is content to lose the game, and in the last minute, when his team is down by nine points, and needs treys, he PADS his stats by taking uncontested layups on three straight possessions.

In that game, Dray taps him in his vaxxxa, and he cries to the NBA. The most prolific FLOPPER in NBA history...crying like the baby he has always been, and gets the Warriors best player suspended for game five. Of course, it is KYRIE who saves the series with a game five for the ages (only Wilt's must win game six of the '70 Finals is a higher scoring more FG% efficient Finals game in NBA history.)

Then, the LeCoward-Stopper, Iggy, injures his back early in game six, and with him barely able to walk, LePuke FINALLY has a 50% FG% game against him. His only one when defended by Iggy, in their 15 straight H2H's dating back to the '15 Finals. Even then, in the 4th quarter, the Jester shoots 2-7.

In game seven, LeChoke pulls his usual 4th quarter hiding act, and in the last four minutes, shoots his usual 0-4. Fortunately for LeChoke, it is again, KYRIE who wins the series with a clutch three (oh, and another teammate, Love, makes the game-saving stop.)

And the same Draymond who was suspended in game five, just DOMINATES game seven, running away with the scoring, rebounding, and all of the efficiency marks...and is easily the best player on the floor.

REALITY.

When the Cavs and Warriors were at FULL STRENGTH in the 2016 season, including their two regular season H2H's... a 5-1 record, with THREE blowouts.

A healthy Warrior team just annihilates LeQuit and his Cavs in the '16 Finals.
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Take away the Fade's '06 Finals, which were a JOKE, and his career is nothing special. He was a bus-rider in two other rings, one in which Ray Allen saved his ass, and he and Lebron choked away another in '11. Both he and Lebron were complete wastes in the '14 Finals...the worst beatdown ever administered in an NBA Finals.

Again, the man has played 15 seasons in the NBA, and was only considered a Top-5 player twice (3rd and 5th), and in fact, has basically not even been considered a Top-10 player in HALF of his career. He is a borderline Top-50 player at best, and if you remove the ridiculous '06 Finals, probably not even a Top-100 player.


How senile are you going now? You are starting to say some of the dumbest shit I've ever seen on this board...no mean feat.
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LeQuit in the 2016 Finals...

A complete bystander in the first four games. In the 4th game, he is content to lose the game, and in the last minute, when his team is down by nine points, and needs treys, he PADS his stats by taking uncontested layups on three straight possessions.

In that game, Dray taps him in his vaxxxa, and he cries to the NBA. The most prolific FLOPPER in NBA history...crying like the baby he has always been, and gets the Warriors best player suspended for game five. Of course, it is KYRIE who saves the series with a game five for the ages (only Wilt's must win game six of the '70 Finals is a higher scoring more FG% efficient Finals game in NBA history.)

Then, the LeCoward-Stopper, Iggy, injures his back early in game six, and with him barely able to walk, LePuke FINALLY has a 50% FG% game against him. His only one when defended by Iggy, in their 15 straight H2H's dating back to the '15 Finals. Even then, in the 4th quarter, the Jester shoots 2-7.

In game seven, LeChoke pulls his usual 4th quarter hiding act, and in the last four minutes, shoots his usual 0-4. Fortunately for LeChoke, it is again, KYRIE who wins the series with a clutch three (oh, and another teammate, Love, makes the game-saving stop.)

And the same Draymond who was suspended in game five, just DOMINATES game seven, running away with the scoring, rebounding, and all of the efficiency marks...and is easily the best player on the floor.
Very objective and unbiased analysis
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