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Old 02-25-2006, 10:26 PM   #241
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If they had supporting casts like in 00, 01, and 02 they would've beaten the spurs and pistons in 03 and 04

having a washed up gary payton and karl malone's knee won't help, and guys that tagged along for the 1st few championships without really doing anything

sure kobe's attitude screwed them over for more championships, but so did mitch kupchak for getting exactly 75 cents on the dollar for Shaq.
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Old 02-25-2006, 11:02 PM   #242
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Years have gone by and some people still can't just admit that certain teams beat the Lakers fair and square.
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oh the spurs and pistons won "fair and square"

but let's not get silly now... the problems with shaq and kobe have gone back for years. the championships they did win were despite their problems. if the two of them could have ever gotten along, they would have been near unstopable.

that said, childish feuds between shaq and kobe are not the spurs and/or pistons' problem.

doesn't mean you can't still think about what might have been if they could have gotten along... much like what might have been if michael jordan never retired the first time... where certainly 8 straight titles weren't out of the realm of possability then either, and probably likely.
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Well you probably all knew I would come in here to make a big deal about the Mavs comeback today. But more than anything I'm upset they fell back 24 to the Raptors. Regardless, it was still fun as hell to watch that comeback.

Something strange is going on with Dirk right now. I noticed he popped his jersey today and during the game against Memphis a few nights ago he even threw up the shocker.
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not for nothing, but i hate the jersey "pop." they actually made it against the rules on long island in high school... automatic T.
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not for nothing, but i hate the jersey "pop." they actually made it against the rules on long island in high school... automatic T.
I like that. They should give technicals for that at the NCAA level the jersey pop is rediculous. I hate guys who do it.
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What's a jersey pop? Is it as cool as popping your collar?
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almost... nothing's cooler than the collar pop
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So ...... what is a jersey pop?
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i dont mind the jersey pop

youre showing off your team name, i can live with that

if it was showing off your own name then i d have more of a problem with it
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So maybe Paul Pierce and Kobe Bryant can be the new Bird/Magic and rekindle the Celtic/Laker rivalry after last night....ok maybe not.
But it was a pretty good game. And of course at the end, Pierce did the jersey pop.
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of course he did... and of course it's on espn.com's front page somewhere.

the jersey pop was cool when it was only done every now and then. the first time i remember seeing it was john starks during one of those knicks-bulls slugfests (gee, i wonder who ultimately won the series?)... i'm sure he wasn't the first one to do it, but i remember seeing it at the time and thinking "damn... that's pretty cool." and yes, i can pretty much gaurantee that at one point or another i probably did the jersey pop myself.

but now guys do it after they get a layup in the first quarter. what used to be a statement of pride in one's team has become just another lame way of calling attention to yourself.

i'm tired of it.
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Ah, I see.

You are correct, sir. It is indeed less cool than the collar pop.

The really give a tech for this? Has anyone ever complained that they just had an itch?
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high school refs in new york state feel the need to control every aspect of the game because they have an overblown sense of selfworth.
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