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Old 07-28-2008, 04:45 PM   #826
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Haha back when I collected basketball cards I always loved that name. I never really got to see him play, but it'd be cool to say "I dunked on Fat Lever!"
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Haha back when I collected basketball cards I always loved that name. I never really got to see him play, but it'd be cool to say "I dunked on Fat Lever!"
When Fat Lever was healthy, he was a decent player....and an even better Fantasy Basketball player....I used to play Fantasy Basketball and Baseball before there was an internet. I'm old as fuck.
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Age is just a number, NSW.

I would say that nobody is truly "old as fuck" until they hit 80.
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Old 07-28-2008, 05:59 PM   #829
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Is anyone planning on watching the Olympics team until they hit the really tough competition?

I got bored with the Canada game right around halftime.
im watchin kobe in my new HYPERDUNKS
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i can still dunk to this day so i refuse to answer your quiz.
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I've only been able to touch the net for about two years.
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So Artest is going to the Rockets, does this make them one of the super elite teams in the West now? I'd wait until they win a playoff series to say that.
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Kareem Rush to Philly? Cool beans. A shooting guard is a big help.
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I've only been able to touch the net for about two years.
psh....I can at least smack the backboard on my power layup...

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I can remember how happy I was when I could finally sink a lay-up and then smack the backboard with both hands. That was many years and pounds ago.
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i used to be able to 360... those were the days
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Headache, are you a 3 point shooter now?



Where's Josh Smith going to end up?
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i have a stellar all around game

and i know team usa is winning... but i'm watching the replay of their game against russia right now and i can see them getting picked off.

they by far have the most talent of any team in the olympics, but it's just amazing that some of that talent still has no idea how to actually play the game and rely completely on that talent. amazing, but not amazing at the same time.

if there's a team out there that can play good transition D, 'cause that's where the americans score the majoirty of their points, force the americans to shoot from the outside, and knock down their three point shots, then this team, with so much more "talent" than anyone else in this tournament, will lose.

in all honesty the best lineup they can put on the floor for international play is paul, williams, redd, prince and boozer.
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You also have to wonder whether one of the three referees (Yep, FIBA is using three of 'em, a change from past practice, when only two guys with whistles tried to keep everything, ahem, fair) is going to keep an extra close eye on whichever U.S. player has the ball in his hands to see whether he moves his set foot before putting the ball on the floor. In FIBA, that's a traveling violation, and it always takes American players by surprise in international competitions when they are whistled for that violation, which would never be called in the NBA.
that's a quote from an article by chris sheridan, "NBA Expert" for ESPN. this is why you should never listen to so called experts from ESPN. picking up your pivot foot before the ball hits the floor is a traveling violation not just in FIBA, but in every single level of basketball from pee-wee through high school, college, and yes, even the NBA. just because the NBA has stopped calling it doesn't mean it's still not a violation.

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