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View Poll Results: Yao or Mcgrady - New Franchise

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  • Yao

    4 66.67%
  • Mcgrady

    2 33.33%
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  1. #1
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    Yao or Mcgrady - New Franchise

    Considering what you know about both players and what they have accomplished and there injuries, who would you rather start a franchise around?
    "Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence wins championships."
    - Michael Jordan

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    yao I guess. He may have foot problems, but I would always want to start a franchise with a great big man
    Miami Heat:......Fill the roster out with some decent signings

    New Orleans Saints: 9-3
    First in NFC South. 3rd seed

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    Neither.

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    If injuries weren't an issue, then Yao.
    Tmac was a stud perimeter player, but he simply didn't have the "it" factor that kobe, Lebron, Wade, or Jordan do. Simply provides great stats, which can only get you so far. Much like Carter, Pierce (a big 3 can change alot), or AI(yes he made the finals but the east sucked).
    Yao on the other hand is a dominant big, who has proven he can lead a team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kozelkid View Post
    If injuries weren't an issue, then Yao.
    Tmac was a stud perimeter player, but he simply didn't have the "it" factor that kobe, Lebron, Wade, or Jordan do. Simply provides great stats, which can only get you so far. Much like Carter, Pierce (a big 3 can change alot), or AI(yes he made the finals but the east sucked).
    Yao on the other hand is a dominant big, who has proven he can lead a team.
    Yeah, but this is considering all there problems.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JordansBulls View Post
    Yeah, but this is considering all there problems.
    Well then as armin said, neither. They both are far too injury prone.

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    Neither player, but if I were force to choose, I would take Yao Ming.
    http://i44.tinypic.com/nl7ngy.jpg

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