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Dj Juve

Dj Juve

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Jul 12, 2002
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    why? it's damn blody fun...violent? since when? it's fact but not THAT violent i think
     

    Martin

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    Dec 31, 2000
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    Well let's see.. in soccer you have occasional thugs like Keane but for the most part the players get by with speed, skill flair. Same goes for basketball. In handball, they hold them, pull them, do anything to them, it's not about technique, it's about physical strength, I might as well watch wrestling. :yuck:

    And what's with the line anyway, they often jump, then land, then shoot, so what's the line for anyway?
     
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    Dj Juve

    Dj Juve

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    ah whatever, why dont u go play chess ;)

    there's also speed(fast breaks), brains(breaking up defences/wall) and technique (some of the jump shots on tv are incred

    but yes, it's physical, but so is allot of sports martin :)
     

    Zambrotta

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    Nov 16, 2001
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    I have played it quite a lot, mostly as left 9. It is pretty fun, and it is really fun to watch. It is one of the most exciting sports from time to time. But I would never stand watching anything but the Olympics or the World cup.
     
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    Dj Juve

    Dj Juve

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    ah, go away geek :stuckup: ;)

    zamby: i know whatcah mean, some games arent as good as others, but when a game gets going, it's gr8 to watch :thumb: :star:
     

    Tom

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    Oct 30, 2001
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    Curling rocks :D

    I played it when the new flooring was installed at my house, it was all shiny and things just slide on it. Quite a fun game actually :redface:
     

    Torkel

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    Jul 12, 2002
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    ++ [ originally posted by Paolo_Montero ] ++
    Curling rocks :D

    I played it when the new flooring was installed at my house, it was all shiny and things just slide on it. Quite a fun game actually :redface:
    Ey, now we're talking. That's great Tom, gonna try it on ice later?
     

    Tom

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    Oct 30, 2001
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    Well its possible. Its actually much more of a laugh than imagined, but we used a play kitchen plastic kettle covered in a sock :D

    I'd certainly try it on an icy road, dunno if we have facilities for that kinda thing nearby though
     

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