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  • winning the ring last yr

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  • taking the clippers to the playoffs

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It's a tie in my mind lol...
 

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Of course it's winning the NBA Championship. That's the ultimate goal of anyone playing or working in the NBA. Leading the Clippers is a tough task, but that doesn't really mean anything if you didn't win in the end.
 

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Kunlun said:
Of course it's winning the NBA Championship. That's the ultimate goal of anyone playing or working in the NBA. Leading the Clippers is a tough task, but that doesn't really mean anything if you didn't win in the end.
Clearly leading the Clippers to the playoffs. Every year, somebody wins the title, but leading the Clippers to the playoffs is a once in a lifetime event.
 

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Clearly leading the Clippers to the playoffs. Every year, somebody wins the title, but leading the Clippers to the playoffs is a once in a lifetime event.
:yes: :laugh:
 

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LuckyAC said:
Clearly leading the Clippers to the playoffs. Every year, somebody wins the title, but leading the Clippers to the playoffs is a once in a lifetime event.
Quite possibly quote of the year so far.
 

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Detroit, they had a tough run, and he coached a flawless series against a much more talented Laker team and obliterated them
 

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LuckyAC said:
Clearly leading the Clippers to the playoffs. Every year, somebody wins the title, but leading the Clippers to the playoffs is a once in a lifetime event.
:rotf:
 

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The Clippers actually weren't always this way. It's only in the last decade or so that they've become cheapskates. In 1991-92 they were in the top half of the NBA in payroll, and they had Danny Manning, an incredibly talented player who might have made the Hall of Fame if injuries hadn't derailed his career. It's not that surprising that they made the playoffs, what Larry Brown did with Detroit was much more impressive.
 

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Our US team lost in Olympics.

I mean we have the HIGHEST paid basketball players in world and yet we lost. I thought that's something unique...

It's one thing to be highest paid and it's another to claim that NBA is the world's best basketball.

Good job, Larry Brown.
 
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