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Born and raised in Southern California, enjoy fishing, water sports, competitive dodgeball, and Lakers season ticket holder since 1976-77 (thank you Dad!).
You are a terrible writer
can we get you off this site?
You really have no clue what your talking about do you? To think the lakers would be easier for the heat than the spurs is just ignorance.if you knew anything about bball you would know the lakers haven't even started playing til the all-star break. They just trashed the spurs, and the heat can't matchup against the lakers. But it doesn't matter cuz the heat will not get throughh the east anyways
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Buckus-I signed up as a fan and thanks for posting the quote from Kareem.
Here is my latest response.
HI Buckus, we will have to agree to disagree on this point (the title of your article). If you are focusing on the post 9/11 time-period, as you stated, I believe that Kareem's legacy was already established. His legacy has faded due to the passage of time. I see no evidence of what you allege, that he has been affected by prejudice against Muslims. If you can provide verification, please do so. Otherwise, we can agree to disagree. I signed up as a fan, keep up the good work!
Very interesting comment from Kareem, I had not read that. I must accept that he feels that way. However, I think most Americans do make the distinction between the radical Muslims who were responsible for the 9/11 tragedy and most Muslim-Americans who do not advocate violence against America. It is hard to imagine that basketball fans think less of Kareem's accomplishments. Sadly though, you may be right, maybe the question needs to be asked. Best regards.