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i asked [email protected] to delete my account to show how little i care about points and to prove i didnt take all these points. ya'll can continue to delete points on this one if you want because i dont care. not even sure why i even cared a lil about gettign points int he first place but i guess it was a ego thing. anyway i wont be adding any points to myself and dont care if i even get negitive 1,000 because i rather just debate and talk about basketball on here and give all insite i have from my basketball experience.....now that ive said that i will now continue


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LOL too funny... yea the pt

LOL too funny... yea the pt system has no bearing IMO.....

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Quincey, I can't believe

Quincey,

I can't believe there's some cats on here that think you deliberately brought people's points down. LOL, too clownin. Who gives a f**k about points, I'm just here to talk about ball, just wished there were more can't miss prospects in this draft, other than Wall, nobody's guaranteed to be a star, Turner is looking more like it every game though, but here's what ESPN said yesterday about him:

STOCK UP

Evan Turner, G, Ohio State

When Turner went down with two fractured vertebrae in mid-December, the talk was that he'd miss a couple of months before returning to Buckeyes. Four weeks later Turner was back on the court, claiming to be about 70 percent. His first outing against Indiana was so-so. He got into foul trouble, played about 20 minutes and ended with 8 points, 4 rebounds and 5 assists -- not bad for a guy coming back four weeks early from a broken back.

But it was in his second game back, against Minnesota, where Turner really showed he was back to his old self. That stat line was typical Turner -- 19 points, 8 rebounds, 7 assists, 4 steals, 4 turnovers. But the numbers don't tell the whole story. Turner was moving well, diving on the floor for loose balls and taking over in the second half. Yes, he still looks a little stiff and not quite as explosive as he did before the injury -- but we're quibbling. For someone who suffered a serious injury just a few weeks ago, he looked great.

More tests are on the way for Turner. He plays Purdue on ESPN on Tuesday. He plays a tough Wisconsin team this weekend and then has a big matchup with West Virginia on the 23rd. If he excels in those games, he has the chance to move back up into the top 3 on our Big Board. As it stands right now, we've moved Turner back up to the No. 5 position on our Top 100.

However, one GM told me he's still being cautious. "I love him, but I loved DeJuan Blair too," he said. "I'm going to want my medical staff to see those MRIs before I'm sold on him as a top-five pick."

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Welcome to the

Welcome to the club.

Dhamp2....the greatest basketball mind in the world. Next to Hubie Brown anyway.

1. Wait and see, Willie Warren won't be drafted in the lottery.
2. There are roughly 250 NBA players, I picked Carmelo Anthony to lead the league in scoring. I could have chose any of the other 249 players, lol.
3. Matt Barnes is starting.
4.What the heck happened to Shawn Mario
5. Dhamp2 is the protagonist of this website...At least I bring excitment!

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The thing with this site is, there are too many teenagers who equate this forum (designed for intelligent convo) to video game forums where the more points you have proves something. I've never cared about points. Thanks for posting this

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dhamp2, you do realize that

dhamp2, you do realize that there roughly 420 nba players, not 250. That's way off for someone who has as mcuh knowledge as you.

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Figures he's wrong about the

Figures he's wrong about the number of players in the league.

tli232
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simple multiplication

um... 30 teams X at least a 12 man roster = at least 360 ACTIVE NBA players at any point in time. Math fail, Dhamp.

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Teams are required to have 13 players on their roster.

Minimum of 390 players in the NBA.

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Hey, no money, Deelishis

Hey, no money, Deelishis said that she left her pantyhose and her lipstick in your car.

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SOL

They're mine now! BWAHAHAHA!!!!!!

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C'mon, man, that's messed

C'mon, man, that's messed up. I don't even know what you'd want with some funky pantyhose and old lipstick. Don't make her tell her pimp. He's 5'3 and slightly overweight, but he's quick. We were arguing, and he hit me with the fastest superman punch that I've ever seen.

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Bah

I'm not afraid of Lil' G-Hand McShorty or his prison-lady Rob Thomas.

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I'm officially retiring my

I'm officially retiring my accounts. It's about time.

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