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JordansBulls
06-24-2012, 07:27 PM
What are yours?

tredigs
06-24-2012, 07:38 PM
1: Lebron's 45/15/5 on 73% shooting in game 6 of the ECF is number one. Top ten game of all time given the gravity of the situation with the Big 3 Heat as a team resting in the balance.

2: The 40/18/9 from LBJ after back to back losses to Indy in a must win is number 2.

3: Westbrook's 43/7/5 on 63% shooting is probably number three despite the loss and late miscue with the foul (I would blame 75% of that on Brooks anyway).

4: Tony Parker's 34/8/3 on 76% shooting in their last win against OKC is right up there with Westbrook's finals performance.

5: Rondo's 44/10/8 on 67% shooting in the loss against Miami is also right there. I give the edge to Westbrook's and TP's because it was in the finals and in a WCF win, respectively.

tredigs
06-24-2012, 07:42 PM
And KD had 5 or so games that compete with the bottom 3 I listed.

Sadds The Gr8
06-24-2012, 07:43 PM
1: Lebron's 45/15/5 on 73% shooting in game 6 of the ECF is number one. Top ten game of all time given the gravity of the situation with the Big 3 Heat as a team resting in the balance.

2: The 40/18/9 from LBJ after back to back losses to Indy in a must win is number 2.

3: Westbrook's 43/7/5 on 63% shooting is probably number three despite the loss and late miscue with the foul (I would blame 75% of that on Brooks anyway).

4: Tony Parker's 34/8/3 on 76% shooting in their last win against OKC is right up there with Westbrook's finals performance.

5: Rondo's 44/10/8 on 67% shooting in the loss against Miami is also right there. I give the edge to Westbrook's and TP's because it was in the finals and in a WCF win, respectively.
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xxplayerxx23
06-24-2012, 07:44 PM
Melos 42 :D is top 10 :P

D12 fan
06-24-2012, 07:45 PM
Melos 42 :D is top 10 :P

:facepalm:I guess it's worthy they did win the game by 1 point.:p

KB-Pau-DH2012
06-24-2012, 08:02 PM
If it was a top 10 list, I'd put Bynum's triple double with double digit blocks in the first game against Denver. (Too bad he wasn't passionate about DEFENSE the rest of the postseason, just a one-hit wonder.)


#getdwight

Ebbs
06-24-2012, 08:52 PM
If it was a top 10 list, I'd put Bynum's triple double with double digit blocks in the first game against Denver. (Too bad he wasn't passionate about DEFENSE the rest of the postseason, just a one-hit wonder.)


#getdwight

Lawson was out of control that game trying to throw junk up all night that's the only reason the block count was so high.

JEDean89
06-24-2012, 09:23 PM
^^^ that's because gk is an idiot and wanted lawson to penetrate and attack the rim before looking to pass. he seriously says that in an interview.

blastmasta26
06-24-2012, 09:29 PM
:facepalm:I guess it's worthy they did win the game by 1 point.:p
Why the facepalm?

xxplayerxx23
06-24-2012, 10:36 PM
:facepalm:I guess it's worthy they did win the game by 1 point.:p

2points it was a great game and well Im a homer sometimes :D

NoahH
06-24-2012, 10:47 PM
1: Lebron's 45/15/5 on 73% shooting in game 6 of the ECF is number one. Top ten game of all time given the gravity of the situation with the Big 3 Heat as a team resting in the balance.

2: The 40/18/9 from LBJ after back to back losses to Indy in a must win is number 2.

3: Westbrook's 43/7/5 on 63% shooting is probably number three despite the loss and late miscue with the foul (I would blame 75% of that on Brooks anyway).

4: Tony Parker's 34/8/3 on 76% shooting in their last win against OKC is right up there with Westbrook's finals performance.

5: Rondo's 44/10/8 on 67% shooting in the loss against Miami is also right there. I give the edge to Westbrook's and TP's because it was in the finals and in a WCF win, respectively.

This sums it up quite nicely.

LEBRON BEASTED THESE PLAYOFFS

b@llhog24
06-25-2012, 02:04 AM
1: Lebron's 45/15/5 on 73% shooting in game 6 of the ECF is number one. Top ten game of all time given the gravity of the situation with the Big 3 Heat as a team resting in the balance.

2: The 40/18/9 from LBJ after back to back losses to Indy in a must win is number 2.

3: Westbrook's 43/7/5 on 63% shooting is probably number three despite the loss and late miscue with the foul (I would blame 75% of that on Brooks anyway).

4: Tony Parker's 34/8/3 on 76% shooting in their last win against OKC is right up there with Westbrook's finals performance.

5: Rondo's 44/10/8 on 67% shooting in the loss against Miami is also right there. I give the edge to Westbrook's and TP's because it was in the finals and in a WCF win, respectively.

Switch 5 and 4 for me.

Becks2307
06-25-2012, 03:31 AM
its weird, to me rondo's performance was better than westbrooks, at least it felt that way.

Im_in_Mia_bish
06-26-2012, 03:04 AM
the fact that lebron averaged 30 and 10 for the playoffs is crazy.

JordansBulls
06-26-2012, 03:44 PM
What about Durant's game 4 vs San Antonio. 36/6/8 on 65% FG

WadeKobe
06-26-2012, 05:14 PM
Wade's 41/10/3 on 68% shooting (72% TS) during a close-out game is up there somewhere.