Dw-ayne Wade is an idiot

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  1. Warthog

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    In his press conference he said he was the first guy from the 2003 draft to get to the finals.

    Guess what buddy, Darko went there AND has a ring!! MORON!! :P

    And that my friends is my only postgame comment. No analyzing, we laid an egg, we laid down, blah blah.

    Micro you should put a sad face instead of an X over games 3 and 4 :(

    I'm off to bed and I won't be back until Monday. Plenty of posts to come :)
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    booggerg First Round Draft Pick

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    You are correct technically. However, darko's finals appearance doesn't really count.. Don't put darko's contribution to Pistons' finals appearance on the same level as D-Wade's
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    Same level? Darko Milicic is arguably one of the most efficient players ever. I don't want to bring the Bill Russell comparisons into things at this point in his career, but Darko has the heart of a champion.

    Take a look at the mRPM (millirings per minute) rate index over the last twenty years, measuring the playoff success of individual players:

    1. 2001: Greg Foster, 333.3
    2. 1989: Fennis Dembo, 250
    3. 2002: Mitch Richmond, 250
    4. 1995: Carl Herrera, 166.7
    5. 1989: Michael Williams, 166.7
    6. 1989: John Long, 125
    7. 2002: Mark Madsen, 100
    8. 1999: Gerard King, 71.4
    9. 1988: Milt Wagner, 71.4
    10. 2004: Darko Milicic, 71.4
    11. 1990: Scott Hastings, 62.5
    12. 1995: Vernon Maxwell, 62.5
    13. 1997: Robert Parish, 55.6
    14. 1991: Dennis Hopson, 55.6
    15. 1990: William Bedford, 52.6
    16. 1990: Gerald Henderson, 52.6

    Take a look at that list - Hall of Famers like the Chief, Piston legends like William Bedford, Scott Hastings, Fennis Dembo, and Gerald Henderson. Where's Dwyade? Even if he does win the championship, nowhere near the top of the list.

    Dwyane Wade is to rings what Chauncey Billups is to making layups.
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    booggerg First Round Draft Pick

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    Touche, You've got my numbers... :ohwell:
  5. Warthog

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    oh yeah and, bad omen when comcast cable went out for the entire 1st quarter and had to listen to the heat commentators on sirius radio. it's amazing how everyone pistons basket is lucky, and they mentioned at LEAST 10 times within a 3-minute span how the pistons only had 1 foul and miami had 6
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    AHB I thought that was for first year players that got rings. RParrish must have been wounded that year.
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    He was asked the question. He didn't bring it up.
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    Add to that the commercial that Ben is in is at the Heats house.
    Some director doesn't have a clue:P

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