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    Antwan Jamison: Hall of Fame?

    In about two relatively productive seasons, Jamison will pass the 20,000 point and 8,000 rebounding mark, a mark that only 20 have achieved (all of whom are or soon will be in the Hall.) Despite being on below average teams most of his career, is he Hall worthy?

    http://www.grantland.com/story/_/id/...amison-unc-nba

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    that would be terrible and insulting to the great players who never made it.

    It takes a real LEGEND to win a championship in Brooklyn, and I think we've found that special person. Deron Williams only a matter of time before the gold comes home. If there is one guy who can do it, its you! We love you Deron and hope you retire in Brooklyn!

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    No don't think so.

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    Nope, no chance.

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    Nope

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    if he does then it would solidify the hall of fame being just about numbers
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    Quote Originally Posted by mvb815 View Post
    if he does then it would solidify the hall of fame being just about numbers
    Doubtful, Antawn has awful numbers. And it has a rep for being about winning

    "It’s absolutely ludicrous” (to judge players based on whether they’ve won a title.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by mvb815 View Post
    if he does then it would solidify the hall of fame being just about numbers
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    I can't see it.

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    No way.

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    I could never imagine seeing his name next to any of the all time greats, stats only mean so much anyways.

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    Quick question, has he ever been past the 2nd round? Can't remember if he did on the Wizards or Bron's Cavs.
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    The basketball Hall of Fame is extremely selective...Reggie Miller isnt even in it yet...I dont see Atawn getting in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PurpleJesus View Post
    The basketball Hall of Fame is extremely selective...Reggie Miller isnt even in it yet...I dont see Atawn getting in.
    What? and what? and reggie overrated as hell


    anyway, at first I was like NO. but then I realized that's how nearly every PSD poster thinks... Okay so lets think BACK (ppl fail to do this) and not think present. Jamison was one of the best players for his time in North Carolina.. I forgot whether he was there 3 years or 4 but either way impressive in NC.

    But if you dont win a ring you'd have to be a superstar at some point and he only was in North Carolina for a few years. So no


    [I]Originally Posted by mightybosstone:

    I would argue that Harden is a much better player offensively today than Kobe was in those years he played with Shaq...
    Howard is also a better defensive center today than Shaq ever was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThuglifeJ View Post
    What? and what? and reggie overrated as hell


    anyway, at first I was like NO. but then I realized that's how nearly every PSD poster thinks... Okay so lets think BACK (ppl fail to do this) and not think present. Jamison was one of the best players for his time in North Carolina.. I forgot whether he was there 3 years or 4 but either way impressive in NC.

    But if you dont win a ring you'd have to be a superstar at some point and he only was in North Carolina for a few years. So no
    He won a Naismith at UNC, was considered Better than Vince Carter at the time.

    But that was college

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