QUOTE (bnoles4life @ Nov 19 2011, 11:29 AM)
That and the fact, the Heat had NO bench play worth a fuck.
And coaching. The Heat coach should of been shot. They should of gotten Derron Willilams as their point guard and they would of won. D Wade isn't a point and LeBrone isn't a guard. He is a power forward. They keep making him be a guard when he clearly has better skill around the basket. And his defense would be good if he had teamates and coaches to dig in his ass and tell him to play hard. He has been coddled. I am not a LJ hater, I like the guy, really respected him for taking his career in his own hands. I liked teh fact that he went to Miami. Magic and Jordan, especially Charles big mouth Barkley are haters.
QUOTE (Cshel86 @ Nov 19 2011, 01:31 PM)
Im sure ALL boxers have boxing technique, because thats just basic stuff that Im sure ALL of them had to learn when they stepped foot in the gym for the first time and so on. Im guessing that it all comes down to what works better for them in the ring, some stick to brawling while others rely on boxing technique to get them through the fight. You can tell who sticks to what, when the "going for broke" factor kicks in during a fight, some brawl to get out of it and others stick to their boxing technique.
I am going to make a youtube video about you if you keep disagreeing with me. I get that boxers learn the basics. It is like in tennis, there is a technique to hit the backhand. You learn it from a very early age, but you take Roger Federer that man has just the purest backhands ever and Justine Harden. Then you have your Sharapova, who wacks the shit out the ball with no technique. She relies on her power (which is just about gone) to get her points. Same thing with May. He perfected the technique and turned it into his own then you have Pacquiao who learned the basics but has relied on his power punches to excell.