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View Poll Results: Who wins this series?

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  • Nets in 4

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  • Nets in 5

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  • Nets in 6

    1 16.67%
  • Nets in 7

    1 16.67%
  • Bucks in 4

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  • Bucks in 5

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  • Bucks in 6

    2 33.33%
  • Bucks in 7

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    Quote Originally Posted by goingfor28 View Post
    Lol Kyrie was not carried in that series. He did just as much heavy lifting as LeBron did AND hit the game winning 3 in game 7.

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    He did not do nearly "as much as LeBron" lol

    Ge scored a decent amount of points ...sure. that's about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blams View Post
    He did not do nearly "as much as LeBron" lol

    Ge scored a decent amount of points ...sure. that's about it.

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    0% chance they win that series without Kyrie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goingfor28 View Post
    Lol Kyrie was not carried in that series. He did just as much heavy lifting as LeBron did AND hit the game winning 3 in game 7.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goingfor28 View Post
    0% chance they win that series without Kyrie.

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    So let's separate these two ideas, because I think you're right and wrong at the same time. Was Kyrie pivotal in them winning that series? 100%. But to say that he did "just as much heavy lifting as Lebron" is not remotely the same argument. Take a look at their series numbers:

    Kyrie: 27/4/4/2/1 on 45.5/36.1/81.7 shooting splits
    Lebron: 30/11/9/3/2 on 48.6/47.1/71.8 shooting splits

    Lebron was clearly and unquestionably the more important player to that Cavs team in that series, and that's before you factor in his superior impact on the defensive end. Now let's look at Game 7:

    Kyrie: 26/6/1/1 on 10-23 shooting
    Lebron: 27/11/11/3/2 on 9-24 shooting

    And you're quick to bring up Kryie's "game-winning three" as many like to do (even though it happened with 52 seconds left), but let's look at fourth quarter performance:

    Kryie: 5 points on 2-6 shooting with 3 rebounds
    Lebron: 11 points on 3-8 shooting, 4-5 from the line, 3 rebounds, 1 assist and 1 HUGE block

    Who made a bigger different when it mattered in that game? Who had the overall superior performance throughout the game? It's not really even debatable. So I don't mind when fans want to say Kyrie was integral to that Cavs team winning and was a huge part of that team's success. He 100% was; dude deserves the credit. But there's a pretty significant gap between that and the "Kryie was just as good as Lebron" narrative or the worse (which I've seen many times) "Kyrie carried Lebron in that series" narrative.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mightybosstone View Post
    So let's separate these two ideas, because I think you're right and wrong at the same time. Was Kyrie pivotal in them winning that series? 100%. But to say that he did "just as much heavy lifting as Lebron" is not remotely the same argument. Take a look at their series numbers:

    Kyrie: 27/4/4/2/1 on 45.5/36.1/81.7 shooting splits
    Lebron: 30/11/9/3/2 on 48.6/47.1/71.8 shooting splits

    Lebron was clearly and unquestionably the more important player to that Cavs team in that series, and that's before you factor in his superior impact on the defensive end. Now let's look at Game 7:

    Kyrie: 26/6/1/1 on 10-23 shooting
    Lebron: 27/11/11/3/2 on 9-24 shooting

    And you're quick to bring up Kryie's "game-winning three" as many like to do (even though it happened with 52 seconds left), but let's look at fourth quarter performance:

    Kryie: 5 points on 2-6 shooting with 3 rebounds
    Lebron: 11 points on 3-8 shooting, 4-5 from the line, 3 rebounds, 1 assist and 1 HUGE block

    Who made a bigger different when it mattered in that game? Who had the overall superior performance throughout the game? It's not really even debatable. So I don't mind when fans want to say Kyrie was integral to that Cavs team winning and was a huge part of that team's success. He 100% was; dude deserves the credit. But there's a pretty significant gap between that and the "Kryie was just as good as Lebron" narrative or the worse (which I've seen many times) "Kyrie carried Lebron in that series" narrative.
    You are being way too technical yet effective

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    Bud still riding with Lopez lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kobe1016 View Post
    You are being way too technical yet effective
    I mean, of course Kyrie was important.


    And of course, they wouldn't have defeated a 73 win Warriors team with Bron/and the rest of the cast lol

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    PJ with the shot to the family jewels of Blake.

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    Man, the ESPN halftime crew is ****ing awful..

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    Quote Originally Posted by LF85 View Post
    Man, the ESPN halftime crew is ****ing awful..
    ESPN as a whole is ****ing awful.

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    Last edited by goingfor28; 06-17-2021 at 11:11 PM.

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    Harden has some good hands.

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    Game 7

    Nets to strong

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    Hats off to Bud on only playing 7 guys in the rotation for an elimination game... SMART.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bostonjorge View Post
    Game 7

    Nets to strong
    Kyrie needs to attempt to play.

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    Good win for Milwaukee. Giannis, Middleton, and Jrue all contribute.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kobe1016 View Post
    Good win for Milwaukee. Giannis, Middleton, and Jrue all contribute.
    Middleton 38 points 10 rebounds 5 assists 5 steals [emoji50]

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