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  1. #1
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    OT: Kyrie Irving requests a trade?



    What in the world? Someone with inside information please explain this to me. Mods, although I have no entitlement to my request being sustained, I ask that this remain here for at least 24 hours before being moved.
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    Re: OT: Kyrie Irving requests a trade?

    Is this where we discuss how much the NBA sucks?





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    Re: OT: Kyrie Irving requests a trade?

    Yes. It sucks, college ball is much better.





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    Re: OT: Kyrie Irving requests a trade?

    Kyrie is an idiot

    But yes the NBA has died. I always prefered college because there aren't 5 million fouls.

    It used to be interesting, but now with the super teams it's just silly. You watch teams get better and it just means jack shit becuase you know the Warriors are winning the next 3 years. Stupid.

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    Re: OT: Kyrie Irving requests a trade?

    Kyrie is an idiot. Dude believes the Earth is flat (seriously).





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    Re: OT: Kyrie Irving requests a trade?

    Tell him to talk to the Cavs General Manager

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    Re: OT: Kyrie Irving requests a trade?

    he lookin out for himself since bron is leaving in a year





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    Re: OT: Kyrie Irving requests a trade?

    I don't see where the NBA sucks. Xs/Os it's better basketball than before. And the talent is deeper. Two problems:

    a) players, agents and coaches arranging bad trades and signings to create so-called super teams
    b) players and coaches realizing they don't have to put effort into some regular season games

    I think other sporting bodies have worse problems.





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    Re: OT: Kyrie Irving requests a trade?

    Quote Originally Posted by WrongBaldy View Post
    he lookin out for himself since bron is leaving in a year
    Nailed it.





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    Re: OT: Kyrie Irving requests a trade?

    Yawn. Yes, the NBA does blow.


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    Re: OT: Kyrie Irving requests a trade?

    Quote Originally Posted by WNCRavensFan View Post
    I don't see where the NBA sucks. Xs/Os it's better basketball than before. And the talent is deeper. Two problems:

    a) players, agents and coaches arranging bad trades and signings to create so-called super teams
    b) players and coaches realizing they don't have to put effort into some regular season games

    I think other sporting bodies have worse problems.
    Those seem like significant problems.





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    Re: OT: Kyrie Irving requests a trade?

    How anyone can possibly be entertained watching a league where no more than 3 teams have a realistic opportunity is hilarious and borderline retarded behavior. Whats the point of even having an 82 game regular season? You can cut the entire league to just 4 teams and literally nothing would be different. You'll never have a story like the 2003 Carolina Panthers enter the playoffs as a wild card team and win the NFC Championship.





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