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Consistency. I enjoy Milky Ways because I always know what Im getting. Very quality.
Almond Snickers master race.
only the first number matters
huh? lmao most of the celtics chips are concentrated in two-ish eras the lakers have dominated in every era and have been to more finals how does that not matter
When did they "dominate" in the 60s, 70s, and 90s?
ever heard the phrase "they dont ask how, they ask how many?" I think that applies here.
Depends if you value simply reaching the Finals as being just as good as winning it. Lakers 15 Finals losses is more than double the next in line (Knicks & Sixers with 6 Finals losses each)
Definitely 16-15. Losing in the finals > missing the playoffs
Iâ€™d much rather be relevant and contend for years then not be. The end result is only 1 less title too.
16-15, want to see my team go as deep as possible every year.
The only people that will choose 16-15 are the people who think Lebron making it to nine finals is more impressive than Jordan making it to six
No, its more impressive to get bitch slapped out the first round than lose in the finals.
Its more impressive to average 44 ppg against Birds Celtics as a second year player than to make it to the Finals in your prime because you created a super team just to get outscored by a 34 year old Jason Terry.
Losing in the finals is so painful. Consistency is nice and all, but definitely 17-4 is better.
17-4, Ill take wins over making it and losing any day. Losses in earlier rounds obviously suck, but losing in the finals stings like nothing else.