Monday, June 16, 2014

Photo: Spurs championship shirt mocks LeBron James

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Hey, remember when LeBron James made the infamous "not one, not two, not three..." speech about the number of championships the Heat would win during his tenure with the team? Of course you do. Who could forget that fateful moment?

Well, the San Antonio Spurs threw a monkey wrench into those plans by stealing the NBA title away from Miami last night. And it didn't take long for a championship shirt to pop up which mocks the speech. That shirt can be seen in the photo above.

For those of you who don't remember the speech, here is video of the Big Three getting introduced at AmericanAirlines Arena from 2010.



Via Bleacher Report

9 comments:

  1. i don't get it. it took the spurs 15 years as an elite team to win 5. Lebron won 2 in 4. Dumb Texans.

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    1. I know you don't get it... Being the dumb Floridian you are. While admit Lebron James is a phenomenal player, his accolades & records do not stack up to Tim Duncan. As for the rest of the team...our bench is better than most NBA starting lineups. The Spurs do not depend on one player to carry them anymore (Robinson era). As much as I like Eric Spoelestra, he is not Greg Popovich. Heat fans have nothing to be ashamed of, the Heat ARE a great basketball team, the Spurs are just the textbook they need to study. So as to Dumb Texans....I'd rather have FIVE Championships, than be as smart as you. Relax Francis!

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    2. Actually Lebron won 2 in 11 years, not 4 dummy. Just because he couldn't get Cleveland over the hump and had to rely on multiple all-stars doesn't mean those years didn't count. Unless your a dumb Floridian I guess.

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  2. no my dick ridin heat brother... 5 out of 15 is a good percentage... lebron has a losing record in finals...but hey GO HAWKS!!! ATL

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  3. no my dick ridin heat brother... 5 out of 15 is a good percentage... lebron has a losing record in finals...but hey GO HAWKS!!! ATL

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  4. no my dick ridin heat brother... 5 out of 15 is a good percentage... lebron has a losing record in finals...but hey GO HAWKS!!! ATL

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  5. All of the basketball player who went out on the courts all over the country to provide entertainment for you and me are to be commended. Not everyone can win but all of these guys were dignified and entertaining and, I'm sure, tried their best. I don't think "money" was uppermost in their minds. I admire and congratulate all of them for the pleasure they provided since last October and I wish them success next year. There is no place for ugliness in sports, but sometimes it's what the news prints. After each series, I noticed that the losers were gracious in their congratulations to the winners. Isn't that the purpose of sports? Give good example to the youngster who model the lives and will provided future enjoyment.

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