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  • The Great One
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    So last year was where all the lame and unfunny meme of Kawhi all started eh? time flies.

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  • KeonClark
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    Apollo wrote: View Post

    What him, his teammates and the fans fail to remember is that the Warriors dynasty was build on fortunate/unfortunate breaks by way of other teams losing key players to injury. It's part of the game and they would not be who they're regarded as without it. What comes around goes around, its a law of life.
    None of this is making any news or waves in the nba world. Only raptor world. Warriors are chirping, raps fans are getting pissed. The rest of the nba considers us the 2019 champs and have moved on

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  • Apollo
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    What him, his teammates and the fans fail to remember is that the Warriors dynasty was build on fortunate/unfortunate breaks by way of other teams losing key players to injury. It's part of the game and they would not be who they're regarded as without it. What comes around goes around, its a law of life.

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  • G__Deane
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    https://www.sportsnet.ca/basketball/...er-disrespect/

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  • Apollo
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    GOLDBLUM wrote: View Post
    The undisputed heavy weight champion of the wooooooooooooorld!

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  • suspenders
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    rocwell wrote: View Post
    Warriors are fucking sore losers
    Yep, but who gives a shit. We won, they lost... badly. They can never take that away from us.

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  • KeonClark
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    rocwell wrote: View Post
    Warriors are fucking sore losers
    Acting like they didnt luck out huge on the injury side in 2015..

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  • rocwell
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    Warriors are fucking sore losers

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  • SkywalkerAC
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    KeonClark wrote: View Post

    Kawhi walked to games thru the snow, uphill both ways. In new balances with holes in the toes.
    Not to mention his heavy, well-managed load.

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  • KeonClark
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    SkywalkerAC wrote: View Post

    And he sucked it up and played through it like everyone else. No need to mythologize as "playing on one leg".
    Kawhi walked to games thru the snow, uphill both ways. In new balances with holes in the toes.

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  • SkywalkerAC
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    S.R. wrote: View Post

    Kawhi's dominance peaked in the second round and his slightly-less-dominant (only slightly) play in the later rounds coincided with him limping around the court. I thought that was pretty apparent.
    And he sucked it up and played through it like everyone else. No need to mythologize as "playing on one leg".

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  • GOLDBLUM
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  • S.R.
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    SkywalkerAC wrote: View Post

    I'm not sure how this counters anything I said, maybe you misread? because in fact, his performance basically proves that any injury he was playing through was fairly minor.

    Everything was just magnified with Kawhi "oh my goodness, is that a slight limp???" Kyle on other hand, could be playing with bone protruding from the elbow of his shooting hand and people be like "Enough with the excuses - he's fine!"
    Kawhi's dominance peaked in the second round and his slightly-less-dominant (only slightly) play in the later rounds coincided with him limping around the court. I thought that was pretty apparent.

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  • GOLDBLUM
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    Def great point.

    Guess the difference between the KL's in that regard is that Kyle simply couldn't be kept off of an NBA court, no matter what, ever, while it felt like (and was later somewhat confirmed by his departure) that it was a miracle if Kawhi agreed to play for us if he had so much as a hangnail.

    Which... while I'm still pissed at him for walking away... you have to have gratitude that, while he wouldn't push himself to the point of potential for personal peril for the storied Spurs, he did it for us --- and his perseverance, along with the rest of the squad's, brought us a chip.

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  • inthepaint
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    SkywalkerAC wrote: View Post

    I'm not sure how this counters anything I said, maybe you misread? because in fact, his performance basically proves that any injury he was playing through was fairly minor.

    Everything was just magnified with Kawhi "oh my goodness, is that a slight limp???" Kyle on other hand, could be playing with bone protruding from the elbow of his shooting hand and people be like "Enough with the excuses - he's fine!"
    Great point

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