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July 09, 2010 @ 14:39:47 PM
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change title of thread to CHICAGO BULLS 2010-2011 NBA CHAMPION!


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dat badwagooooon

Juki just found a partner.

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July 09, 2010 @ 14:56:06 PM
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Heats bandwagon crew, we in dis


i laughed.

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Word. smokeyface

Heat fan page on facebook was 20k yesterday now it double, dat bandwagon.
July 09, 2010 @ 21:58:19 PM
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It's official 7-9-2010 All 3 of them signed their contract!
July 09, 2010 @ 22:09:32 PM
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word, cause kobe doing it all himself.
July 09, 2010 @ 23:07:09 PM
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don't forget kobe gots the index finger of a 83 year old Miami HeatS 2010-forever yall heard it here 1st
LEBOSH GON WADE
July 09, 2010 @ 23:25:32 PM
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The Heat better watch out for the Bulls, gonna give you guys some work.
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July 09, 2010 @ 23:39:01 PM
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^ He truly is a raptor.
July 09, 2010 @ 23:39:02 PM
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just got back from AA arena where they had the introduction for the three players and I had a great time
July 10, 2010 @ 01:00:58 AM
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^^ thats wsup ✖✖✖✖✖ did you get to see the kings penis? us miami heats fan up in this lets beat out that lakers thread na mean cus the dynasty is here we gotta support our kings no homo
July 10, 2010 @ 07:40:53 AM
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yazimeh
July 10, 2010 @ 07:57:14 AM
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Lol I just noticed that this thread doesn't even have any fans.

It's just us bashing on the Heat and Queen James.

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July 10, 2010 @ 08:00:26 AM
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July 10, 2010 @ 09:28:16 AM
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yazimeh


why didn't you cop a LeBron heat jersey? shits are selling now.
July 10, 2010 @ 14:56:09 PM
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Cavs get future picks for LeBron


Posted Jul 10 2010 9:35AM

CLEVELAND (AP) -- The Cavaliers made sure they got something back for LeBron James.

After losing the superstar to Miami, the Cavs worked out a deal with the Heat, acquiring two future first-round draft picks and two second-round picks.

Cleveland gets two first rounders starting in 2013 and continuing through 2017, and the Heat's 2012 second-round pick from New Orleans and a future second-round pick Miami acquired from Oklahoma City.

The Cavs also have the right to swap first-round picks with the Heat in 2012. Cleveland also picked up a trade exception that could be worth up to $16 million.

``This deal provides us with multiple key assets and additional flexibility as we move forward for both the short term and beyond,'' Cavaliers general manager Chris Grant said in a release.

It didn't appear the Cavs would do a deal with Miami involving James, especially after Cleveland owner Dan Gilbert lambasted the MVP in the hours after he announced he was leaving.
July 10, 2010 @ 18:24:52 PM
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Lol I just noticed that this thread doesn't even have any fans.


It's just us bashing on the Heat and Queen James.


smokeyfacesmokeyfacesmokeyfacesmokeyface

really though i wasnt suprised at superstars traded in the nba even with the celtics they were all old and wanted a shot at it but big names in there prime and franchise players at that moving shocked the hell outta me
July 10, 2010 @ 18:34:22 PM
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Heat meet with free agent Derek Fisher


Posted Jul 10 2010 7:19PM

MIAMI (AP) -- Derek Fisher might be why Miami's new trio of superstars left money on the table.

Fisher met Saturday with Heat president Pat Riley, one day after the team lavishly introduced LeBron James and Chris Bosh as Dwyane Wade's newest teammates. James, Bosh and Wade all will make less than the $16.6 million they could have commanded next season, giving Miami the chance to lure other players.

Riley declined to comment Saturday.

Fisher has been part of all five Los Angeles Lakers' championships in the Kobe Bryant era, four of them as a starter. After the Lakers won their second straight title last month, Fisher said he would return to Los Angeles, and Bryant insisted that he wouldn't allow Fisher to play anywhere else.

But after Fisher reportedly received a $2.5 million offer for next season from Los Angeles, he listened to other possibilities, including the chance to play in Miami, which had enough cap room to not only keep Wade, add James and Bosh, but could lure a slew of other talented players as well.

"It's about sacrifice now," Wade said.

James, Bosh and Wade all signed six-year contracts. The value of James and Bosh's deals is nearly $111 million, while Wade took around $107 million. They could have received about $125.5 million apiece if they had taken the maximum value allowed under the current collective bargaining agreement.

"What we signed for is not important," James said Friday night at Miami's welcome celebration. "One thing that is important is we all sacrificed money, sacrificed a lot of things to be a part of this. But what we signed for is not important. What we're going to do this coming fall is what's most important."

Fisher averaged 7.5 points and 2.5 assists while starting all 82 regular-season games last season for the Lakers. In the playoffs, he averaged 10.3 points and 2.8 assists, again the starter in all 23 postseason contests.

Wade, James and Bosh have all given names to Riley of various players they would like to see join the Heat. Miami is closing in on a deal with Mike Miller and expects to keep Udonis Haslem, who has more lucrative offers from other clubs but wants to remain in South Florida - his lifelong home.

"He's been a part of this with me for seven years. ... We want Udonis back and we're going to do everything we can to make sure Udonis stays home," Wade said Friday night.

Riley said Friday that there "might be some good news" about Haslem's status with the Heat in the coming days.

Nonetheless, with now only four players - James, Wade, Bosh and Mario Chalmers - under contract, the work continues to fill out Miami's roster.

The South Florida Sun-Sentinel reported Saturday that Miami has had contact with forward Juwan Howard. Other free agents who are known to have expressed interest in Miami include Raja Bell, Chris Quinn, Quentin Richardson and Jamaal Magloire, and the Heat still have the rights to restricted center Joel Anthony.

Dorell Wright is moving on, however. The swingman who spent his first six seasons in Miami agreed in principle to a three-year deal Saturday with Golden State, returning to his native California.


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July 10, 2010 @ 18:59:52 PM
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why else play the game if your not willing to go all out
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Heat meet with free agent Derek Fisher

Posted Jul 10 2010 7:19PM

MIAMI (AP) -- Derek Fisher might be why Miami's new trio of superstars left money on the table.

Fisher met Saturday with Heat president Pat Riley, one day after the team lavishly introduced LeBron James and Chris Bosh as Dwyane Wade's newest teammates. James, Bosh and Wade all will make less than the $16.6 million they could have commanded next season, giving Miami the chance to lure other players.

Riley declined to comment Saturday.

Fisher has been part of all five Los Angeles Lakers' championships in the Kobe Bryant era, four of them as a starter. After the Lakers won their second straight title last month, Fisher said he would return to Los Angeles, and Bryant insisted that he wouldn't allow Fisher to play anywhere else.

But after Fisher reportedly received a $2.5 million offer for next season from Los Angeles, he listened to other possibilities, including the chance to play in Miami, which had enough cap room to not only keep Wade, add James and Bosh, but could lure a slew of other talented players as well.

"It's about sacrifice now," Wade said.

James, Bosh and Wade all signed six-year contracts. The value of James and Bosh's deals is nearly $111 million, while Wade took around $107 million. They could have received about $125.5 million apiece if they had taken the maximum value allowed under the current collective bargaining agreement.

"What we signed for is not important," James said Friday night at Miami's welcome celebration. "One thing that is important is we all sacrificed money, sacrificed a lot of things to be a part of this. But what we signed for is not important. What we're going to do this coming fall is what's most important."

Fisher averaged 7.5 points and 2.5 assists while starting all 82 regular-season games last season for the Lakers. In the playoffs, he averaged 10.3 points and 2.8 assists, again the starter in all 23 postseason contests.

Wade, James and Bosh have all given names to Riley of various players they would like to see join the Heat. Miami is closing in on a deal with Mike Miller and expects to keep Udonis Haslem, who has more lucrative offers from other clubs but wants to remain in South Florida - his lifelong home.

"He's been a part of this with me for seven years. ... We want Udonis back and we're going to do everything we can to make sure Udonis stays home," Wade said Friday night.

Riley said Friday that there "might be some good news" about Haslem's status with the Heat in the coming days.

Nonetheless, with now only four players - James, Wade, Bosh and Mario Chalmers - under contract, the work continues to fill out Miami's roster.

The South Florida Sun-Sentinel reported Saturday that Miami has had contact with forward Juwan Howard. Other free agents who are known to have expressed interest in Miami include Raja Bell, Chris Quinn, Quentin Richardson and Jamaal Magloire, and the Heat still have the rights to restricted center Joel Anthony.

Dorell Wright is moving on, however. The swingman who spent his first six seasons in Miami agreed in principle to a three-year deal Saturday with Golden State, returning to his native California.

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July 11, 2010 @ 08:58:07 AM
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Queen James admits to being a Kanye West

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Te4OQ3gAs70

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July 11, 2010 @ 09:42:57 AM
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^^^ simple things amuse simple minded people ^^^
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dey schemin ova there

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cant wait for miami at cleveland
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