i think the main difference for me is that Jordan eventually settled in to not having the ball in his hands all the time. which allowed him to pick and choose his spots during games and close them out. jordan worked within an offense that allowed him to play that way. i dont know if that’s something lebron is…
Found it - right here, worst take.
I would argue (though not whole-heartedly) that this footage could be proof that LeBron > Jordan. I mean look at the dipshits this guy has played with his entire career. Not only has he never had anything approaching a Scottie Pippen-caliber teammate or a Phil Jackson-caliber coach but he now has teammates actively…
this is the most captivating scene in the history of television
dude, he’s also a human being. he had just played arguably the best finals game ever, had a shot to win it, and then his teammates missed a free throw and made an otherworldly brain fart. maybe let’s let him be upset.
That’s why LeBron isn’t the GOAT.
Because MJ would have gutted Smith and feasted on his heart for all to see if it was his team.
It’s Charles’ niche. It’s what drives him to get up every single morning. He lives by the creed “How can I find racism where no racism exists.” Either that, or he is putting together a rather extensive portfolio of race baiting and white hating garbage in the hopes that it catches the eye of those other racists over…
So, filling the park with humans to kill and rape in OG Westworld is fine but those ethnically same people killing and raping in Shogun world would be racist?
Most games already have to deal with international/multicultural player bases. Hell, a lot of them are stronger overseas than domestically.
This will not end well for anyone involved; publishers, devs, gamers - this is gonna be a mess. A unifying standard between fanbases is one pickle, but across cultures? Nationally? Globally? Impossible.
You keep insisting on shifting the narrative to suit your needs; I think maybe you don’t have a salient point to make.
The issue isn’t that I or anyone else want to hurt people; the example of the arcade days was meant to demonstrate that when people have to own the potential consequences of their toxic behavior, they…
I’m going with Option C: the sort of person who doesn’t distinguish between, “behavior was different then because there were potential physical consequences for shit that crossed the line,” and, “I want to punch people in the face for fun.”
Take that Straw Man shit elsewhere.
idk dude, i’d like to be able to coordinate things with my teams without being called a faggot
I’ve been gaming since, what, 1986 or so? It’s true that trash talk has been part of competition (of any kind) likely since its inception—but in the arcades, we had to be ready for physical consequences for our verbal bullshit.
Online trolls don’t have the fear of catching a fist with their face, and so they escalate…
Talk about a first time experience with this game: I got into the game and joined a multiplayer game with some friendly dude. No tutorial, no explanation, no guidance whatsoever. I mean... I’m not a fan of tutorials, but really, here, you wake up in a tavern, and good luck, dude, figure it all out.
+1 Patrick Ewing. The game was somehow more entertaining back then, even with (or maybe because of?) all the supposed ugliness of extra physical contact that was allowed in those days.
I’d rather watch a big pound the ball with his back to the basket for 22 seconds than watch James Harden’s bullshit.
I agree Kevin Durant is the best player in Sports
I really like the way Kevin handled himself. He is a great person and a great leader. #RealMVP