The NBA Thread (6 Viewers)

Giovinco20

Juventini Forever
Nov 24, 2008
60
#1



I wonder how there isn't a thread for the magnificent NBA till now. Anyway, I am sure there are many NBA fans here, so lets begin to discuss all about it in this thread. Btw, I am Lakers fan.
 

cyril

Let's roll
Jul 6, 2006
2,689
#4
I'm a huge magic fan since the mid 1990's...I try to watch all their games, if not I listen to them over the nba website. Our tittle hopes this year got fucked up after jameers shoulder got dislocated.
 

Alen

Senior Member
Apr 2, 2007
48,917
#5
I watch NBA regularly. I'm not a fan of some particular team though. I was a Houston Rockets fan back in the 1990's but i lost interest after Drexler and Olajuwon retired.
Now i'm betting on NBA a lot and this season i'm in small minus. I'm still in nice plus after the last two seasons so it's ok.

Watching Pistons vs Bulls at the moment.
 

Dru

★ ★ ★
Aug 8, 2006
58,622
#6
the nba sucks now, it may have good players but not great players. i grew up watching bird, magic, jordan, etc...

none of these teams or players these days can even compare to the legends. keep in mind that jordan is the benchmark, and no one has or ever will compare to his greatness
 
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Giovinco20

Giovinco20

Juventini Forever
Nov 24, 2008
60
#7
the nba sucks now, it may have good players but not great players. i grew up watching bird, magic, jordan, etc...

none of these teams or players these days can even compare to the legends. keep in mind that jordan is the benchmark, and no one has or ever will compare to his greatness
Yeah it is true nobody can be compared to Jordan, but android look at Bryant he is from another planet and Lebron James the guy is still in his early twenties and look what is he doing. In addition to many other stars like Chris Paul, Nowitzki, Duncan and Dwight Howard. Man NBA is really worth watching. :rulz:
 
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Giovinco20

Giovinco20

Juventini Forever
Nov 24, 2008
60
#10
Who are your favorite retired player(s) and contemporary player(s) ? For me retired: Jordan and Kareem Abdul Jabbar and as for present ones Kobe Bryant and Steve Nash.

*Btw Nash is a close friend of Del Piero
 

CR 7

The D.I.L.F
Sep 16, 2003
28,558
#15
The young point guards in the league now, Devin Harris, Tony Parker, Rajon Rondo, Chris Paul, Deron Williams, Derrick Rose, just might be the best class of point guards since the early 90's.

And that is what makes for great basketball, because great point guards instill a sense of team play
 

Enron

Tickle Me
Moderator
Oct 11, 2005
67,916
#16
I don't know if Tony Parker is considered "young" any more. He's a young guy, but it seems like he's been winning titles with San Antonio for a while.:D

Also I'd keep an eye on Mo Williams from Cleveland and Aaron Brooks from Houston.
 

CR 7

The D.I.L.F
Sep 16, 2003
28,558
#17
He's 26, so he's just reaching his prime. Totally forgot about Mo Williams. Fuck the Rockets. They Suck. I said it. Fuck the Rockets.

Who is the broad in your avatar
 

Enron

Tickle Me
Moderator
Oct 11, 2005
67,916
#18
He's 26, so he's just reaching his prime. Totally forgot about Mo Williams. Fuck the Rockets. They Suck. I said it. Fuck the Rockets.

Who is the broad in your avatar
You can kiss my ass. The Rockets are the shizznit.:D

I was there for both titles thank you very much. Clyde "the Glide" is my all time favorite player.


The broad is Evangeline Lilly. From Lost.
 

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