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Better team? Comment which one you like more
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89 Detroit Pistons
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04 Detroit Pistons
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This nigga Green tho lol
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Do you think LeBron is right about Lonzo
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Who is harder to guard Kobe or LeBron ?

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Dario going to ball out tonight

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Who is the best player on the Philadelphia 76ers?
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Joel Emiid
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Ben Simmons
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Robert Covington
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Would pre analytics scorers like iverson tmac etc have higher percentages in today's era where that is seen as more important
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Good Performances in NBA History that was Overshadowed (part one)

John Wall: 41 points, 10 assists on 68/100/67 (74 TS%) against the Golden State Warriors on February 3rd, 2016. Overshadowed by Stephen Curry's 51 point performance

LeBron James: 41 points, 13 rebounds, 8 assists on 63/40/25 (65 TS%) against the Golden State Warriors on June 12th, 2017. Overshadowed by Golden State winning NBA title and KD's dominant playoff series

Draymond Green: 32 points, 15 rebounds, 9 assists on 73/75/100 (95 TS%) against the Cleveland Cavaliers on June 19th, 2016. Overshadowed by Cleveland winning NBA title and LeBron's legendary performance.

Kevin Durant: 37 points, 12 rebounds, 5 assists on 50/64/100 (67 TS%) against the Golden State Warriors on February 27th, 2016. Overshadowed by Stephen Curry’s 46 points and near-half court game-winner.

Al Jefferson: 38 points, 19 rebounds on 75/0/50 (74 TS%) against the Miami Heat on March 3rd, 2014 against the Miami Heat. Overshadowed by LeBron’s 61 points and Heat win.

Tim Duncan: 30 points, 17 rebounds on 62/0/80 (65 TS%) against the Miami Heat on June 18th, 2013. Overshadowed by Miami Heat 3-3 series tie and Ray Allen’s big 3. Kawhi Leonard’s 22/11 and 3 steals on 70 TS% was also overshadowed.

Kevin Durant: 40 points, 8 rebounds, 5 assists on 56/40/96 (76 TS%) against the Dallas Mavericks on May 17th, 2011. Overshadowed by 0-1 series deficit and Dirk’s 48 on 95 TS%.

Ray Allen: 42 points, 6 rebounds, 3 assists on 60/60/86 (68 TS%) against the Phoenix Suns on January 22nd, 2006. Hit a series of clutch shots through 2 overtimes. Overshadowed, however, by Kobe’s 81 point performance.

James Harden: 39 points, 11 Rebounds on 65/67/88 (83 TS%) against the San Antonio Spurs on March 6, 2017. Overshadowed by Kawhi’s 39 on 85 TS%, as well as his clutch shot + clutch block on Harden.
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Hmmm this Kid KD.
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Pill Cosby still got it. GOAT gif
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