I'm happy for LeBron. He will go down as one of the great all-time players, and his numbers actually look similar to Oscar Robertson (although I never saw Robertson play). But LeBron is truly a unique talent.
I'm a little tired of the "vindication" angle that he finally won. This wasn't the 1980 Olympic Hockey team. The Heat winning wasn't a surprise, it was expected. It just took a year longer than expected.
Agreed. The Heat have two Superstars and one star--Sorry, I don't consider Bosh a Superstar. Many teams, including some playoff teams, do not even have one
star. Indiana comes to mind. With a fortified bench and a much better interior defensive squad than given credit for, it was almost a given.
I'm also happy for Erik Spoelstra. I cannot believe that the Pat Riley is going to come in and save the day
nonsense went on as long as it did.
OKC has a great young group of stars, but due to the new CBA, they won't be able to build much around them, and will probably lose Harden if he commands a big contract.
I would not be surprised if Perkins is amnestied in an attempt to pay both Harden and Ibaka.