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  1. #106
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    Quote Originally Posted by BSF101 View Post
    Iíve read mix reports on rather or not his 13 yr old daughter was on board?
    Sadly looks like she was dude


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    Quote Originally Posted by Redrum187 View Post
    Wtf? Are you happy Vanessa is finally single? Why do you want this to be true?!?

    R.I.P. Legend
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    Quote Originally Posted by stejay View Post
    People already starting on twitter and beyond about the Colorado allegations. Not today guys, not today. Some people need to just let the man rest in peace now, nothing can be achieved by this. Humanity sucks sometimes. Two kids and two parents died, along with the presumed pilot, who more than likely had a family. Lets remember that.
    To truly grieve you need to accept the person who died. Both good and bad. Their death doesnít wipe away one or the other. While sad and painful you must remember and work through it all.

    Having said that, itís Twitter. Itís a bunch of trolls who have zero intent of growth or reflection. Their just stirring the pot cause their Richards who want to elicit feelings in others. Times like these are best to steer clear of social media (tho Iíd argue that for about 99% of the time).

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrueFan420 View Post
    To truly grieve you need to accept the person who died. Both good and bad. Their death doesnít wipe away one or the other. While sad and painful you must remember and work through it all.

    Having said that, itís Twitter. Itís a bunch of trolls who have zero intent of growth or reflection. Their just stirring the pot cause their Richards who want to elicit feelings in others. Times like these are best to steer clear of social media (tho Iíd argue that for about 99% of the time).
    Agreed man. I was literally on Twitter to promote a new blog, and it came up and saw it through the lens of twitter. I think I need another break, too many bad takes on there, puts it all in perspective.


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    Unbelievable, Iím sick.

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    Jesus, I'm just reeling from this. Part of the generation that really got me into the NBA. Got the chance to meet him my senior year of high school (we played his alma mater), and he was the real deal. Took time to talk to all of us, called us by name, just a real genuine guy. Not just the NBA or Basketball communities, the sporting world as a whole lost a great one today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BSF101 View Post
    Iíve read mix reports on rather or not his 13 yr old daughter was on board?
    It's already confirmed she was

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    Quote Originally Posted by bklynny67 View Post
    It's already confirmed she was
    Yeah him and his 13 year old. What a sin. Reports are Rick Fox and one of his kids were on board too.

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    I can't remember a situation like this. A guy, top 5 all time arguably in his field, dies at a ridiculously young age suddenly and tragically. I'm too young to remember Elvis or JFK, and Michael Jackson was unbelievably shocking, however, dude looked really ill for a few years before. Kobe was literally there, full of life, looking at the next chapter already having really started being successful at said next chapter really early. Mow he's gone, and his 13 year old daughter too. It's so sad and ridiculously shocking. I thought nothing would shock and move me as much as Roy Halladay, however this has.


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    Quote Originally Posted by metswon69 View Post
    Yeah him and his 13 year old. What a sin. Reports are Rick Fox and one of his kids were on board too.
    Rick fox is alive

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    Quote Originally Posted by metswon69 View Post
    Yeah him and his 13 year old. What a sin. Reports are Rick Fox and one of his kids were on board too.
    Confirmed false on Rick Fox


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    Quote Originally Posted by stejay View Post
    I can't remember a situation like this. A guy, top 5 all time arguably in his field, dies at a ridiculously young age suddenly and tragically. I'm too young to remember Elvis or JFK, and Michael Jackson was unbelievably shocking, however, dude looked really ill for a few years before. Kobe was literally there, full of life, looking at the next chapter already having really started being successful at said next chapter really early. Mow he's gone, and his 13 year old daughter too. It's so sad and ridiculously shocking. I thought nothing would shock and move me as much as Roy Halladay, however this has.
    A little older and a different sport, but Payne Stewart died as the reigning US Open Champion. 42 when his plane accident happened.

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    Raps and Spurs let the shot clock expire after tip off. 24 second violation in memory of Kobe's 24.

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    Quote Originally Posted by warfelg View Post
    A little older and a different sport, but Payne Stewart died as the reigning US Open Champion. 42 when his plane accident happened.
    Slightly before my era, I was only 9 then, so dont remember it


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