Matt Donnelly

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  • Matt Donnelly posted 420 days ago

    Matt Donnelly

    I'm confused AF now lol

  • Long gone posted 420 days ago

    Long gone

    Why wouldn`t you just comment on his board?

  • Mista Amazing posted 420 days ago

    Mista Amazing

    Wait me? That was when you asked me before how Atlanta was.

  • Long gone posted 420 days ago

    Long gone

    Why did you only write 2 articles?

  • Mista Amazing posted 506 days ago

    Mista Amazing

    Me too, lol. Well, Atlanta isn't really a ghetto. College Park, East Point, Hapeville, etc most of the places in the south are the ghettos, where all the bad stuff happens. Thank god Atlanta ain't Detroit though LOL. Bankhead is probably the worst place, and bad to stay outdoors during the night especially around GA tech and downtown. It's worse than Chicago. I've been to Chi-town a couple of towns and it's a great place. Food is way better than the ones here. And ya, I've heard of deep dish, it's better than the ones at Pizza Hut around my neighborhood. I'm sure those pizzas were left to rot for 10 years.

  • Mista Amazing posted 507 days ago

    Mista Amazing

    As for football, I think Green is slightly better than Julio. I don't think we (the Falcons) can't beat anyone good if we can't keep our lead. Them hoes don't come up to watch any basketball games.

  • Mista Amazing posted 507 days ago

    Mista Amazing

    Me too, lol. Well, Atlanta isn't really a ghetto. College Park, East Point, Hapeville, etc most of the places in the south are the ghettos, where all the bad stuff happens. Thank god Atlanta ain't Detroit though LOL. Bankhead is probably the worst place, and bad to stay outdoors during the night especially around GA tech and downtown. It's worse than Chicago. I've been to Chi-town a couple of towns and it's a great place. Food is way better than the ones here. And ya, I've heard of deep dish, it's better than the ones at Pizza Hut around my neighborhood. I'm sure those pizzas were left to rot for 10 years.

  • Mista Amazing posted 509 days ago

    Mista Amazing

    Atlanta is, eh, okay. Food's okay, weather is usually muggy, there's crime up north, a lot actually, and a lot of fat people. If you're willing to visit, just know most people have thick southern accents. LOL. So, how's Chicago??

  • Grant Rindner posted 533 days ago

    Grant Rindner

    Hey Matt,

    Sorry for the late response, I've been crazy busy lately.

    Honestly, Wall, Rose and Lawson are all about even, but I would still give the edge to Lawson.

    If we're talking about pre-injury D. Rose's speed, I would have him second behind Lawson (although still probably behind Westbrook).

    And then Wall would be in third behind them.

    So my top five overall would be:

    1) Lawson
    2) Westbrook
    3) Rose
    4) Wall
    5) Parker or Bledsoe

  • Maxwell Ogden posted 534 days ago

    Maxwell Ogden

    Hey Matt,

    That's a tricky question to answer. The major reason is, both players excel in different areas on the defensive end of the floor due to their physical makeup.

    For instance, Rajon Rondo is the more versatile defender due to his length and large hands. In terms of defending a point guard on-ball, however, Chris Paul is as good as any in the NBA.

    A major reason is CP3's ability to pick his opponent's body, yet still maintain his base so that he cannot be taken off of the dribble. Rondo is excellent at coming up with steals, but he also takes more risks.

    You can't help but feel confident with either player. CP3 is just the more responsible of the two.

    Rondo is the more versatile.

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