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Nzoner's Game Room>***Official 2023-2024 NBA Thread***
dirk digler 04:43 PM 10-24-2023
Can't believe the NBA Season is starting tonight. Way to early but here we go.

Lakers vs Nuggets: 6:30PM

Suns vs Warriors: 9PM

Both on TNT
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KC_Connection 11:36 PM 02-28-2024

LEBRON MF JAMES:

34 POINTS (19 IN THE 4TH)
8 ASSISTS
7 THREES (!!!)
6 REBOUNDS
2 BLOCKS
13/21 FG

21-POINT COMEBACK. �� pic.twitter.com/QfYM55ka1P

— Legion Hoops (@LegionHoops) February 29, 2024


LeBron James in the 4th quarter:

19 points
5 threes
4 assists

1st player in the Play-by-Play Era (since 1996-97) to reach those numbers in a single 4th quarter. Only 39 years old. �� pic.twitter.com/hIPrbRPfpA

— Extra StatMuse (@extra_muse) February 29, 2024


The greatest to ever do it. Never forget it.
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KC_Connection 10:49 PM 02-29-2024

*heavy breathing noises* pic.twitter.com/5YSqnXDmP2

— Barry (@BarryOnHere) February 29, 2024


Highest 3PT percentage of career in year 21.
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Garcia Bronco 11:39 PM 02-29-2024
Jokic is so close to a 5th triple double in a row.
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BWillie 07:34 AM 03-01-2024
Originally Posted by KC_Connection:


Highest 3PT percentage of career in year 21.
Career

James 34% on 4.6 attemps per game
Curry 43% on 18 attempts per game
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KC_Connection 07:58 AM 03-01-2024
Originally Posted by BWillie:
Career

James 34% on 4.6 attemps per game
Curry 43% on 18 attempts per game
I think you may have missed the point of that post.
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KC_Connection 10:58 PM 03-02-2024

Lakers' LeBron James is the first NBA player to score 40,000 points.
James scored his first 10,000 points in the exact same number of games as it took him to go from 30,000 to 40,000
- 10K in 368 games
- 10K to 20K in 358 games
- 20K to 30K in 381 games
- 30K to 40K in 368 games pic.twitter.com/mw5nkSizyy

— Ben Golliver (@BenGolliver) March 3, 2024


GOAT shit.
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KC_Connection 03:35 PM 03-03-2024
Warriors down by 40 and it isn't even half time. You love to see it.
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KC_Connection 01:07 PM 03-06-2024

"What is Jordan's peak? 1 yr? Then LeBron's peak was higher. 2 yrs? It's a debate. 3 yrs? That goes to Jordan. 4 yrs? It tilts back to LeBron. 5 yrs? Find me a better 5-yr peak than LeBron from 2012-16."

@getnickwright tries to have the most honest LeBron-MJ GOAT debate ever: pic.twitter.com/UMY0BRoxhd

— What’s Wright? with Nick Wright (@WhatsWrightShow) March 6, 2024


Peak and longevity, the perfect combination.
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staylor26 01:17 PM 03-06-2024
The insecurity couldn't be more transparent :-)

No matter what you, Nick Wright, or Barry do, the debate has been over for a long time. Deal with it.
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KC_Connection 01:23 PM 03-06-2024
Originally Posted by staylor26:
The insecurity couldn't be more transparent :-)

No matter what you, Nick Wright, or Barry do, the debate has been over for a long time. Deal with it.
Agreed, it ended after the 2016 Finals (otherwise known as the greatest single accomplishment by any player in NBA history).
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staylor26 01:25 PM 03-06-2024
Originally Posted by KC_Connection:
Agreed, it ended after the 2016 Finals (otherwise known as the greatest single accomplishment by any player in NBA history).
:-)

Ohh that's right. Conveniently for Lebron Stans, the only championship in the history of team sports wasn't a team accomplishment.
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Sassy Squatch 01:25 PM 03-06-2024
:-) when the most vocal champions of your cause are glorified shit posters, yeah, kind of makes it obvious.
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staylor26 01:30 PM 03-06-2024
Originally Posted by Sassy Squatch:
:-) when the most vocal champions of your cause are glorified shit posters, yeah, kind of makes it obvious.
KCC: championships are a team accomplishment and irrelevant

Also KCC: Lebron became the GOAT when he singlehandedly beat the Warriors in 2016!
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Sassy Squatch 01:35 PM 03-06-2024
I think the most genuinely hilarious thing about all of this isn't the rampant insecurity LeBron stans propagate on a daily basis, it's the insecurity of LeBron himself. That stat about him and AD playing the most and second most minutes during the in season tournament portion across the WHOLE LEAGUE is never not funny
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KC_Connection 02:10 PM 03-06-2024
Originally Posted by staylor26:
:-)

Ohh that's right. Conveniently for Lebron Stans, the only championship in the history of team sports wasn't a team accomplishment.
Should I post his game 5 through 7 stat lines again? I can.

One player won that series against a vastly superior team through sheer force of will. The greatest single accomplishment in NBA history.

Of course, it also helps that he continued on in unprecedented historic fashion 8 years after that until he was 40 as one of the top players in the game too.

Peak and longevity, the perfect combination.
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