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trader jake

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  1. 1.09 Larry Bird - SF 1980's Swapped draft slots to land The Hick from French Lick. When you think of Larry Legend what comes to mind? The steal and pass against the Pistons, his proclamation that everyone was playing for 2nd in the 3pt contest with him winning, finger aloft not even bothering to take off his warm up jacket, or one of his numerous highlight reel passes or shots? Larry Bird was cold blooded when it mattered most on the biggest stages against other all-time players. He put up ridiculous numbers on winning teams when defenses got away with all kinds of nonsense. His
  2. Through 7 whole picks: Best value: LeBron James @ 1.06 - crazy he fell that far in an all-time draft. Felt Jordan was the pick @ 1.01 and I had LBJ #2 overall myself. Biggest debate: Wilt Chamberlain @ 1.02 - his selection this high can only be justified strictly by on-court numbers (which is reasonable) or by his off-court numbers (20,000 partners?).
  3. The Emu filter one is okay. ?? It makes the kids laugh, which I'll take right now.
  4. In 2079 will Los Angeles still be counting titles won in Minneapolis? If so, let the battles wage on. As you should be. Long-term, Embiid's health has to be a concern and Ben's inability to shoot becomes a bigger issue as the games become more important. When did this happen? The Hornets are now an entertaining league pass team, but they have to do more than make the correct pick at 1.03 to become a legit organization. BTW - I find myself wanting to see the following line-up more than I should: Bridges/Monk/Ball/Rozier/Graham....because that puts the uniform numbers 0,
  5. Video reviews are out of control. I'd prefer they get rid of it altogether. Totally ruins the end of close games now. ...and, let's go to the Elam ending while we're fixing the ends of basketball games.
  6. They should want more than that. The 1/30th each franchise makes off the expansion fees, they then 'only' get 1/32 in future tv revenue, etc down the line. By expanding they really end up (in essence) taking out a no-interest loan with some long-term downside. Not sure I'd want to do that as one of those 32 governors unless the franchise fee was higher. Those tv deals are going to shoot up in a few years.
  7. That was the most pathetic ending to a game in the most pathetic season of football. The NFL needs some new leadership.
  8. @Doug Bwas easily the FBG of the year 2020. His knowledge, accurate information, and consistency were amazing. As important, the tone of posts were spot on to keep conversations going where people felt heard and respected. Major props to Doug B.
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