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He still makes his share of mmogo

Postby maddenvip » 31 Aug 2017, 02:36

“It’s funny ‘cause I told him earlier in the year, I said, ‘It’s cool that you’re at NBA Live Mobile Coins here, but we really don’t need you for the regular season. We kinda gonna need you for these Finals.’ And he stepped up big and made plays for us.”

The Warriors went after Durant because they needed him to beat James. That is NBA Live Coins one of, if not the greatest testament to the ability and career of James. Yet, even after Green’s admission, James still came under fire from questions that should have been relegated to 2011. After that Game 3, in which James finished with 39 points, 11 rebounds, and nine assists, a reporter asked him why he passed the ball to Kyle Korver on a critical drive at the end of the game, suggesting that he should have taken the shot with the game on the line. James indulged him.

He explained in great detail why he passed the ball and then stood by the decision. If given the chance, he said, he would make that same play again.LeBron James asked if he would make same play as he did last night when he found Kyle Korver in the corner for an open 3 which missed. pic.twitter/aOKwFbjwl3— 95.7 Dubs Radio

James isn’t infallible. He still makes his share of mmogo mistakes, and Game 3 ended with him being stripped of the ball. Yet, it’s downright silly that these questions about his will to win are still being asked, even after four MVPs, three championships, and eight total Finals appearances. If this defeat to the greatest collection of talent within a team that the NBA has ever seen prompts the old, pretentious arguments about his mentality or his greatness, then it’s further proof of the perpetual dullness of basketball discourse.
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