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That was the Clippers' worst game of the season by far... so how the hell did they come back and win in the Rose Garden?

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LeBron would like to go back to Cleveland someday.

“I think it would be great. It would be fun to play in front of these fans again. I had a lot fun times in my seven years here. … I’m here as a Miami Heat player, and I’m happy where I am now, but I don’t rule that out in no sense. And if I decide to come back, hopefully the fans will accept me.”

To add to that, apparently LeBron's reps have met with Cleveland reps to start laying the groundwork for his return (if he actually decides to leave Miami).

This won't end well.

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Does LeBron still have his neighborhood pinheads managing his affairs? God, he couldn't step in it more often if he played in a pasture.

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LeBron would like to go back to Cleveland someday.

?I think it would be great. It would be fun to play in front of these fans again. I had a lot fun times in my seven years here. ? I?m here as a Miami Heat player, and I?m happy where I am now, but I don?t rule that out in no sense. And if I decide to come back, hopefully the fans will accept me.?

To add to that, apparently LeBron's reps have met with Cleveland reps to start laying the groundwork for his return (if he actually decides to leave Miami).

This won't end well.

It's like Greg Maddux. Only more irritating and overblown.

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In fairness, I had a sneeze that was more overblown than Maddux.

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LeBron would like to go back to Cleveland someday.

“I think it would be great. It would be fun to play in front of these fans again. I had a lot fun times in my seven years here. … I’m here as a Miami Heat player, and I’m happy where I am now, but I don’t rule that out in no sense. And if I decide to come back, hopefully the fans will accept me.”

To add to that, apparently LeBron's reps have met with Cleveland reps to start laying the groundwork for his return (if he actually decides to leave Miami).

This won't end well.

Rumblings about this started about a month ago. Honestly think he's just trying to get back on Cleveland's good side. But with the stubbornness of the fanbase, he's not going to win them back. He'll never be back in wine and gold. I have no problem with him honestly. I hate the Heat because of Bosh and Wade, but have never had a problem with LBJ. For me Akron is always before Cleveland. But in the end he's more likely to be with the Lakers or Knicks in two years, if he leaves. But even more likely to stay in Miami.

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I keep hearing that he has problems with Riley's management style.

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I say this as a big Lebron fan and apologist.

Just shut up and win a damn championship, Lebron.

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I keep hearing that he has problems with Riley's management style.

I'm shocked.

You mean it's not easy to go from Mr. Potato Head's "I dunno do whatever and stuff" to Riley's draconian practices and micromanagement?

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Typical Knicks loss tonight. We all knew Linsanity would last forever but if you want to contend you have to beat the 6-24 Hornets at home. You just simply have to no excuses. Setting themselves up to lose 3 out of 4 now with the red hot Mavericks and Hawks coming to town as well.

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Wowwwwwww, Toronto. Losing to the Bobcats?

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Nikola Pekovic is by far the most improved player on the Wolves this year, if not the entire league. He dropped 30 tonight with 12 rebounds. In fact, he's been in double digits pretty consistently over the past few weeks. I'd rather see him in the Rising Stars game instead of Derrick Williams. Pek is the star while Williams is the beneficiary to Rubio's good court-vision. B)

And the Knicks lost? I didn't think they would lose ever again!

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Wowwwwwww, [anybody]. Losing to the Bobcats?

Fixed that for you.

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That was the Clippers' worst game of the season by far... so how the hell did they come back and win in the Rose Garden?

Because the Blazers aren't that good. They gave up 124 points to the Wizards a couple of days ago, for :censored:'s sake. In Portland.

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Regardless, the Rose Garden is possibly the toughest place in the league to play on the road. And I think Gerald Wallace just flopped again.

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Regardless, the Rose Garden is possibly the toughest place in the league to play on the road. And I think Gerald Wallace just flopped again.

Seriously? You'd prefer to go to Miami or Dallas or Chicago or Boston or New York or Orlando or OKC? To name only a few. Like it or not toughness of a road game comes down sometimes to strength of opponent, and right now Portland aren't that good.

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The Rose Garden is the loudest stadium in the NBA. It's even built with an acoustical cloud that absorbs crowd noise from the upper deck and brings it down to the court. And they pretty much always sell out, too - last I checked, they were in the midst of an 166-game sellout streak, and that figure is from a month ago. So yes, it's the toughest arena in the league for a road team.

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That's funny....most NBA players think that the arena in Utah is the loudest, most intimidating place to play at for a road team.

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