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George Karl, Coach of the Year
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Bonn1997
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5/8/2013  9:28 PM
ChuckBuck wrote:
Bonn1997 wrote:And I'm definitely not looking for BS excuses - the same reasoning applies to Melo's post-season history. A criticism of him based on his team's poor post-season records is a bad criticism.

I agree. At least the correlation is over with. It used to be any team containing Carmelo Anthony would be forever be a 1st round exit.

Now we can all agree, it was the lowest common denominator.

George Karl.


Wow, I give up. It's not worth it. You'd probably have to take several probability and statistics courses to follow what I'm saying.
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5/9/2013  2:21 PM    LAST EDITED: 5/9/2013  2:22 PM
Bonn1997 wrote:
ChuckBuck wrote:
Bonn1997 wrote:And I'm definitely not looking for BS excuses - the same reasoning applies to Melo's post-season history. A criticism of him based on his team's poor post-season records is a bad criticism.

I agree. At least the correlation is over with. It used to be any team containing Carmelo Anthony would be forever be a 1st round exit.

Now we can all agree, it was the lowest common denominator.

George Karl.


Wow, I give up. It's not worth it. You'd probably have to take several probability and statistics courses to follow what I'm saying.

Or reading comprehension classes. I get what you're saying. In general, I don't think that either Karl or Melo are the main issues why those teams didn't advance more.

No rebounds, no ring.
George Karl, Coach of the Year

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