You seem butthurt. You may not be. But you seem to be.blackstar wrote:killmongrel wrote:You seem so butthurt that I refuted your claim. And yes, of course Jason Terry was a star. Right. Hehe.blackstar wrote:
Ever heard of the exception to the rule? Limits in math? Just because there's an exception doesn't make the rule wrong. Congrats though young blood, you must be patting yourself on the back. Btw, Jason Terry in my book was a star.
You said this iteration of LBJ was the GOAT. If he isn't then what validity is there to your argument? There have been tons of teams in the past with two superstars. The Thunder for instance.
Also, I didn't say this version of LBJ is as good as his younger self. Just saying that playing the 36 year old angle is kind of weak when he was/is leading the MVP race in a lot of people's opinions.
And if people want to make the argument that Thunder team was a super team, let them. I'd love to hear why. All I'm arguing is that this Lakers team is.
Am I butthurt or are you just wanting to believe I am to make you feel good about yourself? How old are you, 20?
You don't get it. No one is saying the Thunder was a superteam, but according to your criteria, you should be.
Again, I'm not saying there is a criteria. How many times do I have to say this? The reason I'm arguing that this Lakers team is a super team is because they have two super stars and a roster full of good role players, a 6th man winner, a pg multiple teams were vying for, a player who was a starter on one of the best teams in the league last season, and other factors. All of these make for a good argument that this Lakers team is a super team.