Team USA/Olympics

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    She is pretty classless... Can't say we are big fans of Lisa Leslie here in Oz.
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    Why is that, webz? Was it something from the Sydney Olympics?
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    For one quarter of one game Kobe was better, but LeBron was (far)better throughout the tourney. I was really disappointed in Kobe's play in the Finals also. He had an opportunity to cement his reputation as the "World's Best Player" and didn't. It may not be the best measurement, but LeBron had much more success against BOS than Kobe did.
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    I see your point, but I don't know, he was pretty awful sans Game 7. I just attribute success in that series due to CLE's defense = (or better) than BOS so they were always in the game (and by default LBJ's #'s were either overlooked or when he did do something it mattered b/c the game was actually close) where as the Laker's defense can be symbolized by Ray Allen blowing by Vujajic with no help in site.
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    I feel like I should change my name to Buckeye1 the Slow Adult. Every time I tried to watch the men's basketball, I always seem to never know when it was on, and I always seemed to find out three hours after it happened. Maybe it's cause I turn 50 in 30 more hours. :(
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    Buckeyes, let me be the first to welcome you to the half century club

    Please see the Mostly Joking thread for a tribute to you and the other members of this club:)

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