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    Not big news at all but Josh Childress gets waived by Nets....

    http://www.kansascity.com/2012/12/29...childress.html

    I hate his face....and his hair. Go back to Europe.
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    He used to hold basketball camps at my high school. lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by asandhu23 View Post
    He used to hold basketball camps at my high school. lol.
    I ****in' hate when he runs and his hair just....flops. He looks like sideshow bob.
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    He was the Nets best player




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    Quote Originally Posted by Giants #1 Fan View Post
    He was the Nets best player
    I thought DWill was suppose make everyone an all star?

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    If you can waive a player of his caliber, then Brooklyn must have the best depth in the league. They have the MVP in D Will( best PG in NBA) Most improved player in Blatche. Best center in Brook. What a team they have. Josh, I am sorry you was a victim of being on a team with just too much talent. You can always go to a scrub team like the Heat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dee279 View Post
    If you can waive a player of his caliber, then Brooklyn must have the best depth in the league. They have the MVP in D Will( best PG in NBA) Most improved player in Blatche. Best center in Brook. What a team they have. Josh, I am sorry you was a victim of being on a team with just too much talent. You can always go to a scrub team like the Heat.
    You forgot DPOY (Wallace), Master of the Universe (Prokhorov), Jesus (Humphries), and the most beloved (Joe Johnson).


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    Big enough to make a thread I guess..

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    Quote Originally Posted by thrice4 View Post
    Big enough to make a thread I guess..
    Basketball news IS basketball news.
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    he make moar money than you tho. why you mad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heyman321 View Post
    You forgot DPOY (Wallace), Master of the Universe (Prokhorov), Jesus (Humphries), and the most beloved (Joe Johnson).
    You right. I cant believe i let them slip m mind. I couldnt name em all though man. If i name everything good about Brooklyn, id be typing all day.

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    I always thought this guy was a scrub and wondered how he made it in the NBA. I feel the same way about Mike Dunleavy jr.


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    It's a shame.. he was really coming into his own with ATL, then got that big offer from Europe to play... can't blame him for following the money, but I think, had he stayed in the NBA, he'd be a much better player today. When he came back, he just didn't have it any more. You are away from the league for that long, it is hard to get back up to that level I guess.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JasonJohnHorn View Post
    It's a shame.. he was really coming into his own with ATL, then got that big offer from Europe to play... can't blame him for following the money, but I think, had he stayed in the NBA, he'd be a much better player today. When he came back, he just didn't have it any more. You are away from the league for that long, it is hard to get back up to that level I guess.
    I'm not exactly sure what he lost.

    He put up similar numbers to his Atlanta years in less minutes his first year in Phoenix but was in a system that didn't have a fit for him. Then had a dreadful year following the lockout, got amnestied, and then had to ride the bench in Brooklyn.

    It went by that quick.

    This is the type of veteran, high character guy that would really help a team like Washington or New Orleans while allowing him to show he can still be a productive & reliable role player.

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    Sign kmart, trade hump for a back up SF....

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