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  1. And somehow people actually downplay how much of an achievement it was for LeBron to make the Finals eight years in a row. The amount of physical and mental toughness it takes to pull off a feat like that is borderline superhuman, especially when you see a whole stacked team like the Warriors starting to get fatigued after "only" four straight Finals.
  2. Even better than that, because that Spurs win comes with the bitter memory of what happened in the next round.
  3. No joke, that was the greatest basketball game I've ever seen in my life. Scoring 72 points in 19 minutes is absurd to begin with, and doing it against the super-stacked Warriors without a single all-star on our roster is nothing short of incredible. The fact that a rookie (Shamet) was the one who hit the go-ahead three is just the icing on the cake.
  4. You know, the Astros would look really good in a jersey like this.
  5. I personally think it looks better than the original and I always use it when I make Iowa concepts. It's more dynamic without being too much of a departure from the classic logo.
  6. A few thoughts after seeing the rebrand in action: The home whites should have the "Marlins" script on the front. All the scripts should incorporate the hat logo with the fish instead of just a plain capital M. The black alternate looks cool with that neon effect, but they really need another alternate in the rotation (either blue or red-orange) to prevent it from being overused.
  7. The Jets themselves even had giant numbers at one point:
  8. Remember when Bill guaranteed 67 wins for the Celtics this year? Weren't they all supposed to be high-fiving each other while their 12th man dunks to put them up by 40 in garbage time? What happened?
  9. (Muscala got traded before ever actually playing for the Clippers, and Beasley will likely be waived.)
  10. The Clippers had a great trade deadline all in all. Losing Tobias and Boban sucks, but the draft picks they got in return are excellent, and Landry Shamet is a very solid rookie. Somehow, they managed to trade the useless Avery Bradley for two decent players on expiring contracts without giving up any picks. And as the cherry on top, the Lakers decided to gift Zubac to the Clippers for essentially nothing. The rest of the season should be fun to watch, and the future is looking bright.
  11. Quite the contrary. By waiting until the offseason, they actually open up the bidding war by bringing in the Celtics, Knicks, and probably other teams too. They won't get "nothing in return." As for major free agents, they've never signed with New Orleans and probably never will. That isn't going to change whether they give in to the Lakers' demands or not.
  12. The Packers and Spurs say otherwise. The narrative that people hate the Patriots because they're successful is crap. It's because everyone from the owner to the fans is unlikeable, and the success only fuels that. As for all the talk about how sad the pre-dynasty era was for the Patriots - even back in that era, they still went to two Super Bowls. There are some teams that have never even played in one.
  13. IDK. It's not just the Boston factor. Kraft, Belichick, Brady, Gronk, Edelman - they'd all be obnoxious and unbearable in any city. The Patriots overall might get less hate in a different market with less spoiled fans, but they'd still be hated - not just mildly disliked.