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I wrote an article comparing Derrick Rose to Michael Jordan, mainly on the similarities they share, which is surprising. I would love to hear your thoughts on it. Thanks.
Check out my article on how I think the Bulls will fare this season and let me know what you think. I would love to hear your thoughts.
seems yours the delusional one. again, thanks for playing.
wait wait, what just happened? really? all that sh!t talkin? thought so. GOOD GAME.
I also read Kelly Scaletta's article that said CP3 will never play for the Knicks. It was very well done.
As far as whether or not they do or don't stand a chance, at this point it's too premature because of all the uncertainty of what the next Collective Bargaining Agreement will entail. Of course as a Knicks' fan, I'd love to see CP3 in the orange and blue and am hopeful it will happen. From an objective viewpoint (or at least what I believe to be an objective viewpoint), it's going to be difficult for the Knicks to get Paul but it could still happen. Although it's possible, I find it a little bit difficult to imagine the NBA would immediately implement a hard salary cap in the next CBA because of how that could possibly hurt some of it's major teams like the Lakers, Mavericks, Thunder and Heat who all create a lot of revenue and buzz for the league. If a hard cap is immediately instituted then maybe the league would allow for broader contract restructuring, which might allow the Knicks to restructure Melo and STAT's deals so that they'd have more money for Paul. There are still so many what if's and reasons to be and not be optimistic about the whole situation. There are also still a lot of unknowns about the next CBA. We'll just have to wait and see.
As much as I hate to admit it, Bosh is passive for the majority of games. He can easily be a Kevin Garnett-type of player with his body type, but it honestly seems as if he shies away from physical play.
Oh, I'm making sure the Hawks are all over CP3 (one of my favorite players). If we strike out on him, well then Dwight can come on back to where he was born and raised! Knicks could easily get one of those. I wish I could say best of luck to NYK for getting them, but I can't... best of luck to the Hawks lol.
Thanks a bunch for the compliment. I have some stuff that'll be out soon, but it's mainly about the Hawks. One of which is a debate between myself and featured columnist Adam Fromal, as we each make our cases for the best Hawk of all time. I say Dominique Wilkins. He says Bob Pettit. We'll see. If you have any suggestions on what to write I'd be more than happy to consider them.
Yeah, Wilt and Russell clearly had less competition than the modern day, but it's mainly more out of respect for what they have done for the game and how they transformed it.
As far as Magic goes, picking a greatest of all time is really subjective. It's just about what you look for in a basketball player, and to me Magic had everything. I see him as the most complete player and the best teammate and leader of alltime, thus making him the best ever in my eyes. I still find it perfectly logical to pick Russell, Jordan, Kareem, Larry, or Wilt as the greatest as well (outside of that is murky waters).
Again, thanks for the compliment. I really appreciate it.
Says the Knick fan