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Silver Bullet 10

Member since 24 January 2014 | Blog


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  • NFL TEAM: Browns
  • NHL TEAM: Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: Cavs
  • MLB TEAM: Indians

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Comment 14 Mar 2017

Leonard is a top 5 defender in the game. Excellent offensive player. Top 5-10 player easily overall.

Comment 14 Mar 2017

Cavs top ten players (excluding LeBron) average RPM: -3.76

Sixers top ten players (including Noel and Ily) average RPM: -3.61

Love-Kyrie-JR-Thompson-Shump-Korver average RPM: 0.31

Sixers top 6 average RPM: 5.63

Cavs top 6 average RPM: 5.71

That's with the Cavs having LeBron and the Sixers not having Simmons. 

You're overrating the Cavs players. Love is underrated. Kyrie is a bit overrated, but he's special because has another gear that he goes into in big games and clutch situations.

Derrick is a bust. Quit the nonsense.

Shump is trash too. So overrated. No defense, no offense, all he athleticism in the world.

JR is hit or miss. 

Korver is a liability if his shot isn't falling. Also, defense.

Felder is so bad it's laughable. 

Cavs are garbage without LeBron. Post some facts to disprove it. I'll wait.

Comment 14 Mar 2017

Derrick Williams couldn't make it with the Wolves, Kings, Knicks or Heat... Four lottery teams. 

Tristan Thompson is overrated as hell. He's an average NBA player... Some good, some bad.

Channing Frye is a shell of his former self. He's a streaky shooter. Defensive liability nowadays. Solid role player... But nothing that any other team doesn't have.

Deron Williams? Fat and washed up. Mavs are better with with Yogi Ferrell. It's not 2012 anymore.

Iman Shumpert? Athletic as hell, overrated defender and no offensive game outside of a hit-or-miss ( but respectable this year) three point shot. Solid role player,  but nothing special. 

Kyle Korver? Great role player. Great weapon. Historically great shooter. Special player.

JR Smith? Good player. 

Kevin Love? Great player. 

Kyrie Irving? Great player. 

Kyrie, Love, Smith, and Korver aren't enough. That team is not making the playoffs. 

2014-2015 Heat won 37 games..... With Wade, Bosh,  Whiteside, Dragic, Deng, Chalmers, Beasley, Tyler Johnson, Shabazz Napier, Danny Granger etc etc.

The Heat don't win less than 50 games with LeBron on that team. I don't care if Bosh was hurt for much of the season. That team was going straight to the Finals. Not the tenth seed. 

Add LeBron to the Bulls. Butler, LeBron, Wade, Rondo are going to the Finals. Without LeBron they are the 9th seed.

Add LeBron to the Knicks. LeBron, Melo, Rose, Porzingis, Noah... Finals... Not lottery.

Add LeBron to a healthy Sixers... LeBron, Embiid, Simmons, Covington, TJ... Finals... Not lottery.

Add LeBron the Bucks... LeBron, Giannis, Parker, Middleton, Brogdon, Maker.... Finals... Not 8th seed.

Add LeBron to the Heat and they are going to the Finals. 

Comment 04 Mar 2017

Curry hasn't been the same since LeBron destroyed him.

In their last 31 3 point attempts, LeBron is 18/31 while Curry is 4/31.

Comment 20 Feb 2017

Sam Hinkie was so close to having Embiid, Simmons, and Towns on the same team.... With a crap ton of assets and picks and cap space. 

Imagine having those guys and having two top 5 picks in this year's draft.... And the Kings 2019 unprotected first rounder. And a ton of cap space going into this year's free agency.

Sam Hinkie was a genius. The NBA stepped in too soon and now they look stupid. 

He made so many deals and fleeced so many GMs. 

The Sixers are a mess now. With Hinkie they had the potential to become a legitimate contender. With Colangelo they'll probably end up in NBA purgatory again, maybe a bit higher.

Comment 16 Feb 2017

Did you watch the 2015 season? Did you watch the playoffs? 

LeBron was shooting like 1-20 from threes during one stretch. His shot and mechanics were atrocious. He couldn't hit an outside shot. The confidence wasn't there. 

LeBron's shot just wasn't falling. He was going through a major slump.

And those were the Finals where he used those floaters, tear drops, running one handers, relentless putback attempts, turn around Js, heavily contested layups and close range shots....

LeBron played a completely different game. The Cavs had no floor spacing, no driving lanes. 

LeBron was getting hacked with no calls. That was the Finals series where the refs didn't call anything down low.... Which benefited the Warriors because they were a jumpshooting team. No one talks about the officiating because the numbers were equal. But reality was that the Cavs should have drawn way more fouls. And they would have if the refs called the fouls in the paint. I'm still pissed at that shady officiating. It was a huge advantage for GS.

The Warriors would collapse on LeBron and he'd have no one to pass it out to who could hit a shot.

So he had to go 1v4  in the paint, get fouled, but hope he made the shot because there wouldn't be a whistle called.

leBron took the series to 6 games on shear will power, heart, basketball IQ, and stamina.

Comment 15 Feb 2017

When he was with the Heat, he ran a 4.6 one offseason. He was 28 and just messing around. No training. 

At 21 years old, and with actual training....

LeBron probably would have run a 4.3... 4.4 for sure. 

6'8" 260 lb WR with 4.3 speed 44 inch vertical incredible body control, strength, great hands, and a 7 foot wingspan?

LeBron would have broken the game.