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 Posted: Mon Oct 17th, 2011 12:14 am
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dogfacedgremlin34 wrote:
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dogfacedgremlin34 wrote: clawmaster wrote: freebirdsforever2001 wrote: clawmaster wrote: Some slight alterations. Billy Cunningham moved up. Bobby Jones moved down. Chris Mullin moved up. Sam Jones moved down. George Gervin moved down. Clyde Drexler moved up. Reggie Miller moved up. John Stockton moved down. Walt Frazier moved up. Gary Payton moved up. Jason Kidd moved up. Dominque seems fine at number five. Not convinced he was better than Dr. J or Rick Barry. 

What about Bill Walton? I would rather see Mourning in there then Walton.

That very well could happen tonight. Walton is a what if guy. Fact is he did hurt his foot.

Top 50 trumps all arguments.

If He didn't play for Boston, would You still have the same opinion about Fragile Bill?

Absolutely. He made his rep in Portland, not Boston.
That's like you saying the only reason I think Tom Seaver was one of the greatest pitchers who ever lived because he played for the Red Sox. Just silly.

You know, the more I think about what you wrote, the more utterly ridiculous I think your statement is. I mean, THE GUY'S TOP 50. This isn't a list I just made up out of thin air...it was done by the godddamn NBA! I mean, just because Dominique Wilkins wasn't on it doesn't invalidate the entire list. And I really don't think "the fix was in" when this list was compiled because Walton played for Boston or was a great basketball announcer or was a great college player or whatever other reason you might decide to pull out of your ass as to how I could possibly think Walton should be in this tourney. He was Top 50. During his time with Portland, and early in his days with San Diego, he was one of the best players in the league. And at the end of the day, 15 years ago, the NBA determined that Walton was one of the 50 best ever. I don't know what else to tell you. As far as I'm concerned, it's case closed.

But you just go on with your homerish fanboy fantasies about me if it helps you get through the day.



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 Posted: Mon Oct 17th, 2011 12:35 am
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New Power Forward seedings.

Power Forwards
1 Tim Duncan
2 Karl Malone
3 Kevin Garnett
4 Bob Pettit
5 Charles Barkley
6 Dirk Nowitzki
7 Elvin Hayes
8  Jerry Lucas
9 Dolph Schayes
10 Kevin McHale
11 Dennis Rodman
12 Chris Webber
13 Larry Nance
14 Connie Hawkins
15 Rasheed Wallace
16 Dan Issel



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In his years with the Clippers,

1979-1980- Walton played 13 regular season games. He averaged 13.9 points and 9 rebounds per game.

missed two whole seasons (Almost three because he only played 13 games) due to injury.

1982-1983 Walton played 33 games, He averaged 14.1 points and 9.8 rebounds per game.

1983-1984  Walton played 55 games.  He averaged 12.1 points per game and 8.7 rebounds per game.

1984-1985 for the now Los Angeles Clippers- Walton played 67 games. He averaged 10.1 points and 9.0 rebounds per game.

1985-1986 now a backup Center for the Celtics- Walton played 80 games. Walton averaged 7.6 points per game and  6.9 rebounds per game.

Only played 10 game for the Celtics in his last NBA season. Only played 10 games. Did nothing.



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clawmaster wrote:
In his years with the Clippers,

1979-1980- Walton played 13 regular season games. He averaged 13.9 points and 9 rebounds per game.

missed two whole seasons (Almost three because he only played 13 games) due to injury.

1982-1983 Walton played 33 games, He averaged 14.1 points and 9.8 rebounds per game.

1983-1984  Walton played 55 games.  He averaged 12.1 points per game and 8.7 rebounds per game.

1984-1985 for the now Los Angeles Clippers- Walton played 67 games. He averaged 10.1 points and 9.0 rebounds per game.

1985-1986 now a backup Center for the Celtics- Walton played 80 games. Walton averaged 7.6 points per game and  6.9 rebounds per game.

Only played 10 game for the Celtics in his last NBA season. Only played 10 games. Did nothing.

Well, don't tell me. Better write a letter to the NBA and tell 'em they fucked up.



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I just noticed that I apparently allowed this tournament to go forward with no mention of Tom Chambers.  My bad and I do apologize for having not noticed it earlier.



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 Posted: Mon Oct 17th, 2011 06:02 pm
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dogfacedgremlin34 wrote: dogfacedgremlin34 wrote:
freebirdsforever2001 wrote:
dogfacedgremlin34 wrote: clawmaster wrote: freebirdsforever2001 wrote: clawmaster wrote: Some slight alterations. Billy Cunningham moved up. Bobby Jones moved down. Chris Mullin moved up. Sam Jones moved down. George Gervin moved down. Clyde Drexler moved up. Reggie Miller moved up. John Stockton moved down. Walt Frazier moved up. Gary Payton moved up. Jason Kidd moved up. Dominque seems fine at number five. Not convinced he was better than Dr. J or Rick Barry. 

What about Bill Walton? I would rather see Mourning in there then Walton.

That very well could happen tonight. Walton is a what if guy. Fact is he did hurt his foot.

Top 50 trumps all arguments.

If He didn't play for Boston, would You still have the same opinion about Fragile Bill?

Absolutely. He made his rep in Portland, not Boston.
That's like you saying the only reason I think Tom Seaver was one of the greatest pitchers who ever lived because he played for the Red Sox. Just silly.

You know, the more I think about what you wrote, the more utterly ridiculous I think your statement is. I mean, THE GUY'S TOP 50. This isn't a list I just made up out of thin air...it was done by the godddamn NBA! I mean, just because Dominique Wilkins wasn't on it doesn't invalidate the entire list. And I really don't think "the fix was in" when this list was compiled because Walton played for Boston or was a great basketball announcer or was a great college player or whatever other reason you might decide to pull out of your ass as to how I could possibly think Walton should be in this tourney. He was Top 50. During his time with Portland, and early in his days with San Diego, he was one of the best players in the league. And at the end of the day, 15 years ago, the NBA determined that Walton was one of the 50 best ever. I don't know what else to tell you. As far as I'm concerned, it's case closed.

But you just go on with your homerish fanboy fantasies about me if it helps you get through the day.

To Me it's a joke that He's in the top 50. As Claw said earlier, He's probably the most overrated NBA Player ever.



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I'm calling bullshit on Clawmaster, a Bulls fan, getting to break the tie between Bing and Jordan.

You should have appointed an unbiased judge.



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