- 05/18/2012, 04:14PM ET
PCH said 05/20, 01:45 AM
I just wanted to bust a frizzzzy frizzy free style..
Man, Timmy boi, o Timmy Boi, o Timmy boi, don't play. The most underated man forever and ever like land stands, or garbage fields, Spurs got ring worm, Thunders got bannana peels.
No this aint john barry, i mean white chocolate, it's the underground king, pchnastradumus, holding down like Artest at a looney bin, taking people to d-leauge like MIke Miller in 10, months n mommies cannot handle the truth Timmby boi, o timmy boi, he's got the big boot.. lol j/k ..
Nah, but the Spurs are a more smart and defensive minded team, research that batman.
T.P... floaters, rings... free man..
Timmy D... last run...
Can the Timmy Express tie Kobe, at 5? We shall see foks, we shall see.
Dyhard is a certified stoner said 05/20, 11:52 PM
I'll answer your last question you posed with a no. The Timmy Express cannot tie Kobe at 5 rings. It isn't going to happen.
Think about what the Spurs have compared to the Thunder. The best three players on the Spurs are ages, respectively, 30 (Tony Parker), 34 (Manu Ginobli) & 36 (Tim Duncan). Now, let's look at the Thunder's top 3 players and their ages, respectively: 23 (Kevin Durant), 23 (Russell Westbrook) & 22 (James Harden). There's quite a bit of age disparity, and you can use the "experience" argument all you want, but Durant, Westbrook & Harden already have quite a bit of experience in their little time in the NBA.
Plus, when you look at the ages, you can just see that the Thunder's three can just run all game long on the old three of San Antonio.
Then look at the fact that Kevin Durent is arguably the best player in the NBA (only argument being against Kobe & LeBron), Westbrook (a dominant point guard with a nice scoring touch) followed by a great defender in James Harden (also a great three-point shooter).
The Thunder have what it takes to win the Championship, the Spurs don't.
PCH said 05/21, 01:33 AM
O, here we go. The OLD MAN jokes...
yeah, Bernard Hopkins, he sucks he's old, right?
Michael Jordan at horse, he sucks, he's old, right?
give it up..
and also, it's Kevin Durant.. not durent, making me think of my "rents", parents. I mean, this is b-ball.
Tim Duncan is a top 3 player in the game, in this era.. experience, o, experience..
Tony Parker, can we say experience for the third time?
Ginobli, what of the best european players ever to grace the great Nba courts that we have. I mean, the guy has the iq of a military wombat.
Either way, Poppivich, and all those 3 players have been there before. The Thunder are up 3-1 on a squad that didn't do much in the off season, that's after Dallas spanked their behinds. I mean, no diss to Blake, he ball'd a little bit, and still possibly can, not saying the season's finished, but he's the biggest acquistion you get? On a championshiip driven team? Who else they get Matt Barnes, or was the season before? alright, it doesn't matter.. All i'm saying, is this Laker team is the 2012, the Spurs, the've reinvented theirselves, Thunder pups better watch the hel8 out.. peace in the middle east..
Dyhard is a certified stoner said 05/22, 12:54 AM
With the age argument, you can't just assume that they suck. And that's not what I'm doing. What I'm doing is saying that they don't have the young, energy-filled players that the Thunder has in Durant, Westbrook & Harden.
I like how you dwell on only 1 word that was misspelled & it only happened one time.
While Ginobli, Parker & Duncan are good players, you can look at Durant and say "Top 3 NBA player." Look at Westbrook and think "Top 5 PG in the league." Look at Harden and say "top defensive player & three-point shooter in the league." That, right there, does more for me than what the Spurs' old three does.
While yes, the Thunder just won the series in 5 games vs the Lakers, the Lakers are a a better team than the Clippers and is a more impressive win for the Thunder.
The Thunder have a good team, and they showed that their young age can take on a team with some old guys (Kobe Bryant, Metta World Peace & Pau Gasol -- 33, 31, 32) so that shows you that with a top three on the Spurs older than that. The Lakers avg top 3 age is 32. The Spurs avg top 3 age is 33.3 & the Thunder's avg age is 22.6...
Thunder are younger, better and will win the NBA Title.
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