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6 minutes ago, PutARingOnIt#GrizzFan said:

wrong please explain

gsw championship mvps

iggy

durant

durant

curry was never the best player when it came to winning the chip..and we are talking about winning rings right

2015 gsw roster was legit 12 man deep

19 Leandro Barbosa SG 6-3 194 November 28, 1982 br 11  
40 Harrison Barnes SF 6-8 225 May 30, 1992 us 2 UNC
12 Andrew Bogut C 7-0 260 November 28, 1984 au 9 Utah
30 Stephen Curry PG 6-3 185 March 14, 1988 us 5 Davidson
31 Festus Ezeli C 6-11 255 October 21, 1989 ng 1 Vanderbilt
23 Draymond Green PF 6-6 230 March 4, 1990 us 2 Michigan State
7 Justin Holiday SG 6-6 180 April 5, 1989 us 1 Washington
9 Andre Iguodala SF 6-6 215 January 28, 1984 us 10 Arizona
1 Ognjen Kuzmić C 7-1 251 May 16, 1990 ba 1  
10 David Lee PF 6-9 245 April 29, 1983 us 9 Florida
34 Shaun Livingston PG 6-7 192 September 11, 1985 us 9  
20 James Michael McAdoo PF 6-9 230 January 4, 1993 us R UNC
4 Brandon Rush SG 6-6 220 July 7, 1985 us 6 Kansas
5 Marreese Speights C 6-10 255 August 4, 1987 us 6 Florida
11 Klay Thompson SG 6-6 215 February 8, 1990

 

Please just give it up already. You are using a broom to hold the tide. 

 

Curry is the greatest shooter the NBA has ever seen and first ballot Hall of fame. 

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53 minutes ago, Teddy.B said:

 

Please just give it up already. You are using a broom to hold the tide. 

 

Curry is the greatest shooter the NBA has ever seen and first ballot Hall of fame. 

i don't deny nun of that and he is going to be one with out ever winning a finals mvp...and until then he has not been the best player on the team when it came to the big game....its just that simple...the year he was the best player on his team they lost to the finals mvp labron james.

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17 minutes ago, PutARingOnIt#GrizzFan said:

wrong please explain

gsw championship mvps

iggy

durant

durant

curry was never the best player when it came to winning the chip..and we are talking about winning rings right

2015 gsw roster was legit 12 man deep

19 Leandro Barbosa SG 6-3 194 November 28, 1982 br 11  
40 Harrison Barnes SF 6-8 225 May 30, 1992 us 2 UNC
12 Andrew Bogut C 7-0 260 November 28, 1984 au 9 Utah
30 Stephen Curry PG 6-3 185 March 14, 1988 us 5 Davidson
31 Festus Ezeli C 6-11 255 October 21, 1989 ng 1 Vanderbilt
23 Draymond Green PF 6-6 230 March 4, 1990 us 2 Michigan State
7 Justin Holiday SG 6-6 180 April 5, 1989 us 1 Washington
9 Andre Iguodala SF 6-6 215 January 28, 1984 us 10 Arizona
1 Ognjen Kuzmić C 7-1 251 May 16, 1990 ba 1  
10 David Lee PF 6-9 245 April 29, 1983 us 9 Florida
34 Shaun Livingston PG 6-7 192 September 11, 1985 us 9  
20 James Michael McAdoo PF 6-9 230 January 4, 1993 us R UNC
4 Brandon Rush SG 6-6 220 July 7, 1985 us 6 Kansas
5 Marreese Speights C 6-10 255 August 4, 1987 us 6 Florida
11 Klay Thompson SG 6-6 215 February 8, 1990

Dude, take the L and go to bed. 

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16 minutes ago, PutARingOnIt#GrizzFan said:

wrong please explain

gsw championship mvps

iggy

durant

durant

curry was never the best player when it came to winning the chip..and we are talking about winning rings right

2015 gsw roster was legit 12 man deep

19 Leandro Barbosa SG 6-3 194 November 28, 1982 br 11  
40 Harrison Barnes SF 6-8 225 May 30, 1992 us 2 UNC
12 Andrew Bogut C 7-0 260 November 28, 1984 au 9 Utah
30 Stephen Curry PG 6-3 185 March 14, 1988 us 5 Davidson
31 Festus Ezeli C 6-11 255 October 21, 1989 ng 1 Vanderbilt
23 Draymond Green PF 6-6 230 March 4, 1990 us 2 Michigan State
7 Justin Holiday SG 6-6 180 April 5, 1989 us 1 Washington
9 Andre Iguodala SF 6-6 215 January 28, 1984 us 10 Arizona
1 Ognjen Kuzmić C 7-1 251 May 16, 1990 ba 1  
10 David Lee PF 6-9 245 April 29, 1983 us 9 Florida
34 Shaun Livingston PG 6-7 192 September 11, 1985 us 9  
20 James Michael McAdoo PF 6-9 230 January 4, 1993 us R UNC
4 Brandon Rush SG 6-6 220 July 7, 1985 us 6 Kansas
5 Marreese Speights C 6-10 255 August 4, 1987 us 6 Florida
11 Klay Thompson SG 6-6 215 February 8, 1990

Curry was easily the best player on that team.  The Finals MVP is important, but not necessarily the best player.  I guarantee opponents weren't planning their defenses to stop Andre freakin' Iguodala.

Iggy got MVP because he guarded LeBron, and everyone knows he's the greatest ever.  He wasn't the best scorer, rebounder, or assist guy, but he had a couple good scoring games, made some clutch plays, and defended LeBron.  James' lowest scoring game was 20 pts, his highest was 44.  He had three games of 40+ that series.  Another with 37.  Iggy had a good series, but Curry was the best player on the team.  The only people who don't think so are you, and Iggy's mom.

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Guys, guys, at some point you just need to take a mental note in order to give proper weight to people's future opinions and just move on to other topics.

Such as how Steve Nash was objectively a better player than Kobe Bryant.

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You know whos shooting looked better last night? JJJ?

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32 minutes ago, PutARingOnIt#GrizzFan said:

needs to get his shot attempts up

Strange but the ball doesn't go to him much, when the teams playing half court they would move the ball around without him touching it, except a few times when he was in the post ja got him the ball to post someone up...he rarely touched the ball except rebounds, fast breaks and broken plays, and when he did touch it he usually didn't give it up

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12 hours ago, PutARingOnIt#GrizzFan said:

neither of those guys were the best player on their team when they won

 

7 hours ago, PutARingOnIt#GrizzFan said:

wrong please explain

gsw championship mvps

iggy

durant

durant

curry was never the best player when it came to winning the chip..and we are talking about winning rings right

2015 gsw roster was legit 12 man deep

19 Leandro Barbosa SG 6-3 194 November 28, 1982 br 11  
40 Harrison Barnes SF 6-8 225 May 30, 1992 us 2 UNC
12 Andrew Bogut C 7-0 260 November 28, 1984 au 9 Utah
30 Stephen Curry PG 6-3 185 March 14, 1988 us 5 Davidson
31 Festus Ezeli C 6-11 255 October 21, 1989 ng 1 Vanderbilt
23 Draymond Green PF 6-6 230 March 4, 1990 us 2 Michigan State
7 Justin Holiday SG 6-6 180 April 5, 1989 us 1 Washington
9 Andre Iguodala SF 6-6 215 January 28, 1984 us 10 Arizona
1 Ognjen Kuzmić C 7-1 251 May 16, 1990 ba 1  
10 David Lee PF 6-9 245 April 29, 1983 us 9 Florida
34 Shaun Livingston PG 6-7 192 September 11, 1985 us 9  
20 James Michael McAdoo PF 6-9 230 January 4, 1993 us R UNC
4 Brandon Rush SG 6-6 220 July 7, 1985 us 6 Kansas
5 Marreese Speights C 6-10 255 August 4, 1987 us 6 Florida
11 Klay Thompson SG 6-6 215 February 8, 1990

LeBron fan? 

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10 hours ago, PutARingOnIt#GrizzFan said:

what L ....im showing facts...you're speaking feelings.

show me when curry was the best player on a team that won a ring....simple ain't it.

Only on this board have we found the one person in the universe who thinks that Andre Iguodala was better than Steph Curry. Drink. 

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6 minutes ago, The J Crew said:

Only on this board have we found the one person in the universe who thinks that Andre Iguodala was better than Steph Curry. Drink. 

I mean, even Iggy’s mom must be thinking “what the heck?”

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6 hours ago, Ace-is-high said:

Strange but the ball doesn't go to him much, when the teams playing half court they would move the ball around without him touching it, except a few times when he was in the post ja got him the ball to post someone up...he rarely touched the ball except rebounds, fast breaks and broken plays, and when he did touch it he usually didn't give it up

That’s because he can’t box a guy to get positions and slides around too much. They were looking for him, but he doesn’t know how to position himself. That’s why he was horrible inside the paint. 
 

He is not good at post ups due to the inability to gain proper position. 

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8 hours ago, grizzgolf said:

You know whos shooting looked better last night? JJJ?

His shooting was never an issue when he was healthy. His post production was and still is. The only person to set JJJ up in the post for quick flips was Marc Gasol believe it or not. They used the same strategy he did with ZBo. Free throws line pass in to the paint with a pinned defender rolling in. 
 

but they don’t run that for him anymore

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2 hours ago, fanboyslim said:

I mean, even Iggy’s mom must be thinking “what the heck?”

 

2 hours ago, The J Crew said:

Only on this board have we found the one person in the universe who thinks that Andre Iguodala was better than Steph Curry. Drink. 

in that series iggy (who will also be a hall of famer) had more impact than steph....so why didn't they give curry the MVP award...they just don't give "hall of fame criteria" type stuff to anyone....curry is going to go down as one of the greatest to ever play but not win a finals MVP.

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2 hours ago, Memphis Maverick said:

That’s because he can’t box a guy to get positions and slides around too much. They were looking for him, but he doesn’t know how to position himself. That’s why he was horrible inside the paint. 
 

He is not good at post ups due to the inability to gain proper position. 

jenkins needs to get creative...where are the adams/3js pnrs....heck just let him iso from time to time

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2 hours ago, Memphis Maverick said:

His shooting was never an issue when he was healthy. His post production was and still is. The only person to set JJJ up in the post for quick flips was Marc Gasol believe it or not. They used the same strategy he did with ZBo. Free throws line pass in to the paint with a pinned defender rolling in. 
 

but they don’t run that for him anymore

maybe it was marc running the play

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JJJ body has improve this off season he still gets push around some but he looks way more stronger than years past.

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6 minutes ago, PutARingOnIt#GrizzFan said:

jenkins needs to get creative...where are the adams/3js pnrs....heck just let him iso from time to time

That could be a good play but he has to learn to utilize the pnr properly instead of just going to a spot and then moving. He doesn’t put his body in the proper position to shield his defender. Even at 7ft he’s still got to get position in the NBA. 

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56 minutes ago, Memphis Maverick said:

That could be a good play but he has to learn to utilize the pnr properly instead of just going to a spot and then moving. He doesn’t put his body in the proper position to shield his defender. Even at 7ft he’s still got to get position in the NBA. 

i mean 3js being the ballhandler in a adams/3js pnr....i would also like to see ja setting picks for him...to just be simple i want him more involved in the offense...guys like melton/bane shouldn't getting more attempts than him

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1 minute ago, PutARingOnIt#GrizzFan said:

i mean 3js being the ballhandler in a adams/3js pnr....i would also like to see ja setting picks for him...to just be simple i want him more involved in the offense...guys like melton/bane shouldn't getting more attempts than him

Bane can take all the attempts he wants. He’s almost automatic lol.

Jaren got attempts yesterday. 15 or 16 I believe. But I mean he got blocked by the rim on a dunk attempt lol 

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1 hour ago, Memphis Maverick said:

Bane can take all the attempts he wants. He’s almost automatic lol.

Jaren got attempts yesterday. 15 or 16 I believe. But I mean he got blocked by the rim on a dunk attempt lol 

that's why i want him on the bench...when DB returns 3js may end up being 4th option which imo is a waste of talent.

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19 hours ago, cousy said:

In short, shoot first point guards do not win championships.

Steph Curry won a few. Just saying...

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