I expected this game to go this way
It's all good I like the intensity.I told niggas this a prelude to the '14 ecf where the heats reign on the top will be shorter than an emM holla cuz we taken em out next year and goin to the finals where rose vs westbrook will be an epic match up
If the Heat teams stays pretty much the same, what makes you think the Bulls w/ Rose could beat the Heat in a 7 game series when they couldn't do it before? I'm not a Heat nor Bulls fan so I got no dog in the fight I just don't see the Bulls having consistent offense outside Rose once again. Boozer too shaky, Noah is a great player but not an offensive threat every night...Butler is ok but not far along enough yet...I just don't see the Bulls having enough offensive fire power to beat Miami w/o another consistent scorer to help Rose out more often
All the bulls need is another scorer ,they're a better defensive team,better rebounding team.Those 2 advantages are enough and wade is declining the big 3 aren't this unstoppable force that can't be beat
one of the biggest face fans ever. bout to be in my thirties and I got to disagree. its a different generation so we gotta respect that the youngin gon put t hey own twist on things. Face need to step back and let these young boys cook. he starting to sound like krs one
You're a little too young to recall how the music began to decline. And you kind of had to be involved with the business to understand what Face is speaking of.
White owners sat down in the nineties and made very calculated decisions to overthrow hiphop because of it's revolutionary potential. They already had program director's at radio manipulating the airways and controlling what you heard to a great extent but it wasn't enough. So they bought up all black video channel outlets and destroyed how the music was also seen. Then they had the record label owners controlling who got signed, and what music got released. 3 steps, 3 plans, and these executions were all running parallel to one another. It was VERY calculated!! People are still trying to figure out what happened to HIPHOP and R&B.
They systematically dismantled how black music was seen and heard on major platforms.
It has little to NOTHING to do with the artists and the participation of the consumer!
They blocked the CULTURAL experience!!