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View Poll Results: Hakeem Olajuwon or Tim Duncan

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  • Hakeem

    20 76.92%
  • Duncan

    6 23.08%
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  1. #1
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    Hakeem Olajuwon or Tim Duncan

    If both were in their primes who would you take?


    The Kobe system in full effect

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    The Dream

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    Close but Hakeem.
    With the deepest of regrets I am announcing that I will be leaving Pro Sports Daily. No reason in particular but wanted to thank everyone for a great 6 years here. Lots of great discussion and good poll series as well. Also fun re-drafts. Best of luck to you all in the future.

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    Two guys on my all time team, one a starter, the other one starts sometime... no way to pick w/o more information, like what do you want?
    I am not a con artist! I am a businessman! I have a big brain and I'm good at making deals! People are just jealous of my BIG BRAIN! BAD!

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    i think Hakeem was a little better than Duncan at everything, especially scoring

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    The Dream! IMO The best center ever.....

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    The Dream

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    Duncan

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    Pretty much the same depends on what you value more, but I like Hakeem's game a little more than Duncan's.
    "Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence wins championships."
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    Tough one for me here, literally 2 of my favorite players of all time. I still feel like Hakeem is underrated and underappreciated for the majority of his career as well.

    I went with Duncan, proven winner against all elite competition and prime Duncan was virtualy unstoppable. He had a much more consistent, polished game in my opinion although Hakeem had the better footwork/quickness.

    This one is incredibly close tho, I could go either way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by garyraymond23 View Post
    Tough one for me here, literally 2 of my favorite players of all time. I still feel like Hakeem is underrated and underappreciated for the majority of his career as well.

    I went with Duncan, proven winner against all elite competition and prime Duncan was virtualy unstoppable. He had a much more consistent, polished game in my opinion although Hakeem had the better footwork/quickness.

    This one is incredibly close tho, I could go either way.
    Do you call the 1999 Knicks elite competition?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JordansBulls View Post
    Do you call the 1999 Knicks elite competition?
    I suppose it depends on your definition of elite, they were certainly worthy of being in the Finals.

    Ewing still put up 17/10/1/1/2.5

    Sprewell 16/4/2/1

    Houston 16/3/3

    LJ 12/6/3

    Then you have Thomas/Childs/Ward/Camby etc.

    They really had a ton of depth and were very well rounded.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chronz View Post
    Duncan
    any reason why you take Duncan here?
    "Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence wins championships."
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    Quote Originally Posted by garyraymond23 View Post
    I suppose it depends on your definition of elite, they were certainly worthy of being in the Finals.

    Ewing still put up 17/10/1/1/2.5

    Sprewell 16/4/2/1

    Houston 16/3/3

    LJ 12/6/3

    Then you have Thomas/Childs/Ward/Camby etc.

    They really had a ton of depth and were very well rounded.
    Ewing missed the important stretch of the playoffs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chronz View Post
    Ewing missed the important stretch of the playoffs
    any reason you take Duncan over Dream?
    "Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence wins championships."
    - Michael Jordan

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