1. Why Michael Jordan Was a Better 3-Point Shooter Than Kobe Bryant

    When it comes to the myriad ways Kobe Bryant falls short of Michael Jordan, many fans are overwhelmed. At this point there may be only one hope for some to illustrate how Bryant was better than Jordan in at least one category: three point shooting...

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  2. Kobe Bryant: What If He Had Shot 50% for His NBA Career?

    Kobe Bean Bryant is viewed by some as the second best shooting guard in NBA history. His all-around game was reminiscent of Michael Jordan's, the greatest player ever...

    Zachmo Marsupalami Written by Zachmo Marsupalami about almost 3 years ago 667 reads 72 comments

  3. 30 Greatest Technical Wrestlers of All Time

    The most well-known wrestler ever is Hulk Hogan, and he gained his fame through charisma and bulk. The guy was huge and yet not a scientific wrestler by any means. With the Hulkster, power trumped everything—until he got old...

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  4. Top 15 Greatest Old School Pro Wrestling Personas

    We have already reviewed some of the worst persona changes in wrestling history (look through my archive), and now we delve into analyzing some of the most successful persona changes in pro wrestling history...

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  5. Michael Jordan, Alex English and the 900+ FGM All Star Non-Post Players

    Throughout NBA history, dominant big men like Chamberlain, Jabbar, Moses and Karl Malone, McAdoo, O'Neal and Haywood made up-close baskets, down in the paint. Rarely have they ever hit 900 or more shots in a season, but the above players all did...

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  6. Top 10 Wickedest Old School Pro Wrestling Persona Changes

    It was the 1980's and 1990's and the WWF reigned supreme. Other federations such as WCCW, NWA, AWA and UWF could only hope to maintain a little glimmer in the wrestling world...

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  7. Top 10 Old School Pro Wrestling Physical Specimens

    Pro wrestling began before 1900 but most (especially after 1960) wrestlers in the limelight began to increasingly have big muscles and chiseled cuts...

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  8. Goalkeeper Justin Shepherd Teaches Youth Tactics, Techniques

    Justin L. Shepherd is only 25 and is already the director of goalkeeping for New Mexico Rush Soccer, the Got Fit! Speed and soccer camp goalkeeper specialist and owns 360 Elite X Speed and Soccer School...

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  9. No Street Bull: Race Legally at the Albuquerque, N.M. Dragway

    The No Bull Street Car Series continued on stronger than ever, according to promotions manager Mike Swalby, at the Albuquerque Dragway on Aug. 20 from 7 p.m. to midnight...

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  10. Coty "Ox" Wheeler: The Reservation Sensation

    Coty “Ox” Wheeler is 135 pounds of New Mexico toughness. The Mescalero/Nez Perce Native American grew up on the Mescalero Reservation near Ruidoso and the "Reservation Sensation" represents his people with energy and pride...

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  11. Ranking the Worst Seasons of the 25 Greatest NBA Players Ever

    The 25 greatest NBA players ever are the cream of the crop in the basketball world and yet each of them, in their worst season ever, seemed flawed and human...

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  12. Comparing the 60+ Point Games of Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant

    Both Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant recorded five games in their careers of 60 points or more. Kobe recorded 81, 65, 62, 61 and 60 points in regular season games. Michael Jordan recorded 69, 64, 63 (in playoffs), 61 and 61...

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  13. Magic Johnson, Michael Jordan and the NBA's All-Time Steals Leaders

    Although not as demeaning as being blocked, when an NBA player has the ball stolen from him it is just as demoralizing. When someone steals something from you in the streets or in your own house, it hurts...

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  14. Derrick Caracter's 10 Greatest Games as a Lakers Rookie

    Derrick Caracter was the big boy on the Lakers in 2010-11 who came from UTEP as a 6'9" 275-pound rookie...

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  15. Derrick Rose vs Scottie Pippen: Who Is Better?

    The end of the suffering Chicago Bulls fans have endured after Jordan retired is now over, thanks in part to NBA MVP Derrick Rose 's 2011 campaign. Th Bulls have won 60 games so far and may go 62-20...

    Zachmo Marsupalami Written by Zachmo Marsupalami about 3 years ago 275 reads 9 comments

  16. Bryant, Durant, James and Jordan and the 31 Highest Scoring Individual Seasons

    There have been some awesome scorers in NBA history. In each era there were great scorers, regardless of the defense or era or competition. The greatest scorers ever would score at a high clip no matter what era they played in...

    Zachmo Marsupalami Written by Zachmo Marsupalami about over 3 years ago 1,161 reads 17 comments

  17. Jordan, Wilt, Durant and the 31 Greatest Individual Scoring Seasons Ever

    This is a list of the 31 highest amounts of total points ever scored by an individual player in the 65-year-old NBA ...

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  18. NBA 1949 to 2011: Jordan, Jabbar, Wilt, LeBron and the New All-Time Greats

    It is hard not to get caught up in the hype when you are a modern basketball fan; even for me, but here I do not get caught in the hype...

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  19. Kobe vs Michael: 15 Seasons of Defense

    Kobe Bryant is averaging 1.2 steals and 0.1 block per game in 2011. Rarely is defense mentioned when fans attempt to compare Kobe Bryant to Michael Jordan in the all-time race of great players...

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  20. NBA: The Top 10 Types of Michael Jordan Haters

    It is truthfully rather awesome that people creep out of the woodwork to try and hate on the guy we all know is the greatest basketball player of all-time. It is funny and edgy and cool to try and down Mike...

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  21. Why No Great Player Who Ever Lost in the NBA Finals Could Ever Be the Greatest

    The pinnacle of the basketball world is the NBA Finals, where the glory of victory and agony of defeat are experienced. Well, not every great player knows what it even feels like to lose in the Finals...

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  22. Michael Jordan: Why He's a 6-Time Finals MVP, 6-for-6 Champion and G.O.A.T.

    Michael Jordan is the only player in NBA history to never score less than 20 points in any of his Finals games but that is just one reason that every time the greatest player ever ...

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  23. Michael Jordan's 10 Greatest Games as a 40 Year Old

    Michael "Air" Jordan is the greatest player ever for many reasons, but one of my favorite reasons is that he averaged 21.2 points per game in the last 30 games of the 2002-03 season...

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  24. Michael Jordan Averaged 30.4 Points Per Game at Age 32 While Shooting 50 Percent

    At age 32, the greatest player ever led his team to a previously, and still, unfathomable 72-10 record in the regular season and won the NBA Finals MVP award for his immense effort ...

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  25. NBA Crunch-Time: Kobe's 1,072 Career Games vs. Jordan's 1,072 Career Games

    When the Lakers took on the Hornets on Feb. 4, Kobe Bryant played in his 1,072 career regular season game. Michael Jordan played 1,072 career regular season games...

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