Type: Posts; User: AntiG
not if you watched both play.
Drexler and Ewing were both more dominant players throughout the late 80s-mid 90s than Malone was, regardless of stats... I'd take either of them over him, Dirk or Wade.
KG's dramatic fall off was really two seasons ago, his last year with the C's...
of course not.
Marion visiting Cleveland
most NBA small forwards, heck most "power" forwards are thin as rails anyway. I don't think this will really make a difference.
Wilkins, Dr J (who did that already), Drexler (who several times during games did it from a half step inside the line), Kemp, Miner, Kenny Walker
Because he isn't
well if this poll is going to have Wade and Dirk on it, Clyde Drexler certainly deserves to be nominated. You can make a legit argument that for quite a few seasons during the late 80s through mid...
I'd like to see the Gold and Green Xmas jerseys more often. The color and design for those are great and don't need to just be for the holidays.
I rather like the new logo, its classy looking.
absolutely they should retire his jersey. He's basically the greatest player in Heat history and was the primary reason that the franchise has title #2 and #3 and got to two others.
Pierce to the Wizards
I'd be really surprised if Chicago lands Melo, why would the Knicks do a sign and trade for less talent and continue to be cap-strapped + some low 1st round picks; and why would Melo not take close...
^ LeBron was actually the best receiver in the country his senior year and preferred playing football. He knew however that playing basketball would make him a lot more money and be much better for...
Very pleased with the drafting of Smart... Not sure if anyone remembers but I was comparing him to Wade a couple years back.
its pretty awesome.
Well that wasn't really luck or skill anyway, but a blown call since he stepped out of bounds.
LOL c'mon. If we got LeBron y'all would all be waiting in line around the block for his jersey.
play as long as your body will let you. You're getting paid like $15-20 million a year to play basketball.
Donald Sterling certainly did