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    I kinda feel bad for Marbury now... he did put up some really great individual numbers... and this conversation about the HOF isn't that crazy.

    And seriously... why is it cool for European players to get in for international play, but not for Americans? that is a weird double-standard.
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    The HOF hasn't even put Tim Hardaway or Mark Price in yet... I'd like to see both of them get in before Marbury.
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    hell no


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    The man basically had a life cam he put out there for the world of him smoking danks and doing who knows what. Lol he ain't a haller

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    Even tho I have no problem with the buddha at all

    Just speaking from a voters standpoint

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    lol @ this thread being still opend
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    I'm waiting for the Allan Houston hall of famer threads next.

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    stupid hof threads....of course not

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riveramk2 View Post
    hes more of a HOFer than antwaan jamison


    Explain that to me please? How?

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    It's not the Hall of Very Good in their Prime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JasonJohnHorn View Post

    And seriously... why is it cool for European players to get in for international play, but not for Americans? that is a weird double-standard.
    cause nba > any european d1 league
    it's everyone's dream to make the nba... going to europe is the third option
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    One of my favorite players but no way is he a HOF, guys like him and Chucker Arenas had a few good years but never took there team anywhere and washed out after 5 seasons

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    Kevin Johnson too... KJ was better than Marbury and he isn't in the HOF yet... there are a few REALLY good PGs that didn't make it in. I'd like to see them get in before Marbury.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JasonJohnHorn View Post
    Kevin Johnson too... KJ was better than Marbury and he isn't in the HOF yet... there are a few REALLY good PGs that didn't make it in. I'd like to see them get in before Marbury.
    They're not in the HOF because they didn't have HOF type of careers.

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    But seriously, that's what it really boils down to; just because you have a few good statistical years to your career, if you didn't win any specific awards or break any records or be one of the best at doing something (like shooting 3's' or rebounding the ball or known for physical lockdown defense), then you won't get in.



    I don't think a guy like Chris Mullin should have got into the HOF, but being on the '92 dream team and be a well-respected guy among the league for many yrs got him that honor. Grant Hill had stellar seasons to begin his career, but injuries plagued him, but he'll get in because of his household name and his good-natured persona among the NBA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JasonJohnHorn View Post
    I kinda feel bad for Marbury now... he did put up some really great individual numbers... and this conversation about the HOF isn't that crazy.

    And seriously... why is it cool for European players to get in for international play, but not for Americans? that is a weird double-standard.
    It's not a double standard.


    Those guys dominated in the environments they were put in. The European players like Sabonis, Dviac, the Gasol brothers, etc did what they had to do in the international sphere, and then brought their games and heritage to the NBA. Those guys diversified the sport. The same can't be said about a guy like washed up Marbury. I mean, is he really having a true impact on the game of basketball in China?

    Not really.

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