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Posted by WB3 on 16 January 2014 - 02:00 PM
This is why I say trade him now...his value on the trade market is declining fast.
I think it's about time that I address this whole "Trade Wade" garbage.
Dwyane Wade was drafted by this team in 2003, this is his 11th season with the team. In his time here, he's been a monumental part of 3 NBA championships inlcuding a Finals MVP in one of, if not, the GREATEST Finals performances ever, 4 NBA Finals appearances, soon to be 10 All-Star games including an ASG MVP, the franchise's all-time leader in games played, games started, points, assists, steals, free-throws made, field goals made, win-shares and is 7th all-time in the NBA in areer PER. What Dwyane Wade has brought to this city, both on and off the court, is incredible and matched by perhaps only Dan Marino.
At the end of the day, there's certain players who've earned the right to wear one team's jersey throughout the entirety of their career. Dwyane Wade is one of those guys, right there with the Tim Duncan's, Dirk Nowitzki's and Kobe Bryant's.
Dwyane Wade took the largest pay-cut out of the Big 3 to sign here. I imagine him doing it again this up-coming off-season to not only retain LeBron and Bosh, but to give Miami even more financial flexibility to surround the team with to put it in the best possible situation for success.
Everyone who's so high on the "Trade Wade" bandwagon, let me ask you these rhetorical questions: What do you think LeBron James's reaction would be to such a suggestion? Do you really think Pat Riley would ever entertain this, and I use this term loosely, idea? Don't you think for a trade like that to happen you'd have to go and see what Micky Arison's, Erik Spoelstra's and the team as a whole's point of view? I gurauntee they'd all do what I have everytime I've seen this nonsense, a sarcastic laugh followed by a face-palm and head-shake of disapproval.
What imaginary trade scenario do you fools have in your head? Seriously, I'd LOVE to hear this. Name a situation where you can trade a guy like Dwyane Wade and get equal or more value and hope that player X is as unselfish as Wade is contract and playing wise and on top of that, won't mess-up the team chemistry that has been vital to our success and won't bring about the backlash of the Miami Heat, notice I said Miami Heat, not LeBron James, fanbase?
Go ahead. This is an open question to everyone who constantly preaches about this run Wade out of town BS BTW.
Posted by Scar on 20 February 2014 - 11:00 PM
He is resting people.
Can't you see?
24 7 and 10
Dwyane Wade is like a special guest star on a sitcom. He doesn't show up nearly as often as the fans want, but when he does...you leave satisfied. lol
Hush all that negativity. All of you doubters. ALL OF YOU.
You know who you are.
and enjoy his greatness while he is healthy.
Posted by Skip B on 03 November 2012 - 09:52 PM
Posted by WB3 on 19 July 2012 - 12:00 PM
Due to the former NBA History Thread being very cluttered and the time put into "repairing" it would be put to better use remaking it better than ever, I have chosen to do just that.
For those who were unaware or weren't present at the time, the NBA History Thread's title is pretty self-explanatory. It was originally a project myself and fellow poster #1draftppick collaborated on with the intentions of further educating the younger generation of posters and fans on the history of the game and perhaps provide some reminiscing for the older posters and fans.
After being in a dormant state for a while, the History Thread will make a comeback this season under my Blog series, Courtside with WB3. The first part of my "NBA History" project will be picking back up where I left off, posting the career stories of all of the 50 greatest NBA players of All-Time, in alphabetical order. Without further-ado, I present to you NBA History!
Table of Contents:
The Original 50
1. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
2. Nate Archibald
3. Paul Arizin
4. Charles Barkley
5. Rick Barry
6. Elgin Baylor
7. Dave Bing
8. Larry Bird
9. Wilt Chamberlain
10. Bob Cousy
11. Dave Cowens
12. Billy Cunningham
13. Dave DeBusschere
14. Clyde Drexler
15. Julius Erving
16. Patrick Ewing
17. Walt Frazier
18. George Gervin
19. Hal Greer
20. John Havlicek
21. Elvin Hayes
22. Magic Johnson
23. Sam Jones
24. Michael Jordan
25. Jerry Lucas
26. Karl Malone
27. Moses Malone
28. Pete Maravich
29. Kevin McHale
30. George Mikan
31. Earl Monroe
32. Hakeem Olajuwon
33. Shaquille O'Neal
34. Robert Parish
35. Bob Petit
36. Scottie Pippen
37. Willis Reed
38. Oscar Robertson
39. David Robinson
40. Bill Russell
41. Dolph Schayes
42. Bill Sharman
43. John Stockton
44. Isiah Thomas
45. Nate Thurmond
46. Wes Unseld
47. Bill Walton
48. Jerry West
49. Lenny Wilkens
50. James Worthy
Adding on to the list: The next 25:
Posted by schizo on 24 December 2011 - 04:52 PM
This new year brings us a whole new look and home!
Last year's Video Game Thread created by our very own HEAT Board Veteran, WB3, was a great place for gamers to congregate and discuss their favorite games. It held well over 1300 replies and 18,000 views.
It was one of, if not the most active thread throughout the entire course of the year.
I'd like to honor that thread by retiring and placing it within our Threads HoF.
I'd also like to propose a new tradition among us;
Every year we create a new thread where we discuss our favorite games. Each leading up to an end of the year Annual Game Event where we can list nominations and vote on the year's best games and vote/rate on them according to category.
It's going to be a lot of fun this 2012 and this is just my proposal to you gamers out there.
Just something I thought we would all enjoy.
As always, objections/suggestions are always welcomed.
Let's Fawkin' HOOOO HEAT!!!
Posted by WB3 on 08 January 2014 - 12:19 AM
its probably because of last time when i banged your mother on your desk sorry bro ! I was probably too hard
And with that, you've earned yourself a permanent ban off the forums. I've grown tired of the baby-sitting, the warnings have done nothing and you've ignored private conversations all to continue this BS night in and night out. Consider this a warning to everyone else too who enjoys the constant antagonizing, insulting, trolling and anything else of the kind. My patience has been warn thin and I won't hesitate to issue out warnings and suspensions.
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Posted by 305LWB on 29 March 2013 - 01:23 AM
lol I'm sure nobody will like this but Lebron complaining about the calls is just another example of why he should never ever EVER be compared to Jordan. A game like the Bulls game last night was just routine for Jordan. He would take those hits and drop 45 points and come out with a win.