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Old 04-16-2007, 11:59 PM   #196
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to watch shaq make average sized-ben his beotch?
Average sized 500 lb bench pressing FREAK!!!

He would break you.
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maybe he should lay off the dumb bells and start practicing his free throws
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once again, just a splendid idea out of jim dolan, giving isiah a contract extension and all... not like there's a top quality GM that's gonna be available this summer or anything...

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MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) -- Jerry West will leave as the Memphis Grizzlies' director of basketball operations July 1, saying he's "not a youngster" and weary of the turmoil surrounding the team.

West, one of the NBA's great players and executives with the Los Angeles Lakers, will end a five-year stint with the former expansion franchise.

West, who turns 69 in May, had been under contract only through this season and said Tuesday many factors played into his decision.

"I'm not a youngster anymore," said West, who disclosed his plans during an end-of-season meeting with reporters.

"I think the wear and tear of the season, particularly like this (has been tough). There's been a lot of turmoil here. The ownership thing have made it very difficult to concentrate on what we need to do here to improve our basketball team."
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I know Joe Crawford personally and he's a good guy.

That said, I have no idea what the hell he was thinking with the Tim Duncan call.
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Could you call and ask him for me?

Tell him, I fell to 4th place in my fantasy league because of the early departure...
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he got his name in the paper
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When The Logo is available and you run one of the premier franchises in the league, you start thinking.

Madison Square Garden chairman James Dolan told WFAN radio in New York on Tuesday that he would consider bringing Jerry West aboard if Knicks coach Isiah Thomas requested him.

"If he thought that Jerry could help him, and Jerry was willing to go and they could work it out, I'd be prime for this," Dolan told WFAN. "But I think that's highly speculative."

On Tuesday, West announced that he will step down as Grizzlies director of basketball operations July 1.

Dolan signed Thomas, who is coach and president, to a contract extension March 11, but the Knicks have tumbled since then and will not make the playoffs. They should be in line for a lottery pick, but they must swap picks with the Bulls as part of the Eddy Curry deal.

Even though Dolan has tremendous respect for West, he said he wouldn't "say to Isiah, 'Hey, Isiah, Jerry's coming in and you've got to take it.' No, I would never do that."

Dolan was asked why.

"Because I made a commitment to Isiah," Dolan told the station. "And I made a commitment that the whole team feels, and a commitment to a strategy. And when you make a commitment, a commitment's a commitment."
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He should be committed.
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greg oden, kevin durant, brandan wright, al horford, corey brewer, jeff green, roy hibbert, mike conoley, some 7 foot chinese guy... one of these guys will end up in a chicago bulls uniform thanks to isiah.

and we got eddy curry, a 7'2" 529 pound center who can't even average 20 and 10.

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But think about it this way. Even if you had the pick, you would probably end up taking someone from...say...the California Penal League?

Well hey, he was the MVP of the NIT I guess.
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Well now that lakers made it in the playoffs lets see kobe do a 100...


im so excited for playoffs
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Does Philadelphia still have basketball?
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not that I know of
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But think about it this way. Even if you had the pick, you would probably end up taking someone from...say...the California Penal League?

Well hey, he was the MVP of the NIT I guess.
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