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Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by RFX45, Sep 22, 2010.
^are you cereal?
show me his nba rings!!
he AIN'T no isiah. just does his regular season thing and THAT'S it!
Oh I agree he doesn't have any rings. But casually saying he isn't much is sort of not giving him credit. And being in the same group as Stockton....well that's good company. Players like Barkley, Ewing, Malone, Wilkins, Maravich, Elgin Baylor, etc are all great players and hall of famers that never won a ring. Good company to be a part of.
Problem with NBA is that there is a gaping disparity between teams in terms of talent level. Unlike the NFL where a team that is 9-7 can win it all.
^AZN stereotypes FTW!
Not a very good game, but all he does is lin anyway.
knicks stole one haha
haha is this a sign of slow down? or just a bad game?
Probably a bad game. They did just play last night against the lakers.
A slow down since he's going to command so much respect in the opposing game-plan. Nobody can maintain a 28 point, 8 assist average over the course of a season except for like 2 guys.
But if he average stats like this (with more efficiency, say 5/6 less fga's; and a couple less turnovers) the rest of the season, he'll enter the "best PG in the game" discussion.
So. . . trade Melo? Seriously, is there any player in the league that has seen his stock fall as far as fast as Melo?
God I wish they would. I've never liked him as a player. Trade him to NJ for Deron and play a 2 point back court. With Amare and Tyson I think that could work.
Bosh > Melo
Actually, Bosh's stock has been on the rise this year with the constant absences of Wade.
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