shadowgrin wrote:Quick question: who is better in basketball, a black dude or a pinoy dude. If you thought or considered for a moment that it's the black dude then you're also a little bit racist.
End of any racist discussion.
benji wrote:LeBron is such a choker. And people were talking about him as an all-time great. As having possibly surpassed Kobe. What a joke.
hova- wrote: Pierce could have left as the Celtics were heading nowhere in his first nine years.
Whoever says he had known before that bringing in Tyson Chandler would change this team so dramatically is lying. Chandler had never been more than a mediocre player before coming to the Mavs.
NovU wrote:It's just easier to remain on a single team when you are a superstar player who can either play at very high level or bring in the crowd, or both. It has little to do with loyalty and personality, a lot less than circumstances offered to the player. Players like Nash I think can be extremely loyal but they weren't really offered same level of chances as Wade or Kobe. And most players aren't franchise player which makes extremely difficult for them to remain on a single team for entire career.
Stress Fracture wrote:Wasn't LeBron James a franchise player?
NovU wrote:Just call me a business man. And what does my mentality and other areas of my life gotta do with whatever I said. Why so mad?
bowdown wrote:No you are an ass kisser. Everybody has certain patterns of thinking which they apply to several identical situations in life. And stop trying to look all cool and relaxed by point out that I am "mad". I was just disgusted at your ass kissing so just wanted to point it out.
Leftos wrote:Yeah, a draft pick that ended up being a bust is the same thing as having Nash, Bryant and Howard and being called the Lakers and sucking so much. Hey, the Pistons suck, but nobody can take away the schadenfreude that fills me up from seeing the Lakers fail.
NovU wrote:Lol. What a mess. Simple chat with a Lakers fan followed by a joke(intended to annoy some bitch) gone wrong.
NovU wrote:Whats his beef with sefo? The veteran's been terrific all season for the Oklahoma Thugders.
With just under nine minutes left in the third quarter and the Thunder up 65-40, Westbrook was whistled for a five-second backdown violation (aka the Mark Jackson rule). Immediately after the call, he began to yell at teammate Thabo Sefolosha, who cut through the lane during Westbrook's post-up and brought a second defender into the area. Westbrook couldn't move into the lane as he wanted, and he blamed Sefolosha for it.
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