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    if you're gonna start a hate thread atleast pick guys who actually suck. hollis thompson sucks
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    jakaar sampson. sucks.
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    Who the fuck are they?

    Here's a penny for your thoughts nbacapper. Thanks for your additions finally
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    they are players who get minutes in the nba that do not belong. sampson was actually waived by the sixers after years of being horrible and somehow signed a 2 year deal right after being cut
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    I got the league pass. I've watched Mason plumlee all year. He is the worst starting forward in the nba. Watch their games. I don't care that he got a pass for a dunk because Lillard drew 2 defenders or that he kicked it out because he knew he couldn't make the shot. His all around game and what he does 1 on 1....is absolutely awful. No post up game
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mobdeeper7239 View Post
    I got the league pass. I've watched Mason plumlee all year. He is the worst starting forward in the nba. Watch their games. I don't care that he got a pass for a dunk because Lillard drew 2 defenders or that he kicked it out because he knew he couldn't make the shot. His all around game and what he does 1 on 1....is absolutely awful. No post up game

    its his first season with 2 gunners. he can push it on the break. his problem has been portlands ridiculous big man rotation. along with really struggling to stay out of foul trouble. mason plumlee is 100% not someone i would put into the category of talentless nba player
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    Quote Originally Posted by NBAcapper08 View Post
    its his first season with 2 gunners. he can push it on the break. his problem has been portlands ridiculous big man rotation. along with really struggling to stay out of foul trouble. mason plumlee is 100% not someone i would put into the category of talentless nba player
    Lol you made my point for me. He is getting less time now because he sucks compared to Ed Davis and Leonard. Leonard comes in and they might lose a little bit on defense but the offense for the team goes way up because he can stretch the floor. Plumlee can't do shit but dunk the ball. He's an athletic big. That doesn't count for talent. Don't really know how he is much of an upgrade on the defensive side either. Most big men will eat his lunch in the post
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    shooting 58% 8-7-3-1-1. hard to do much more on a team where your guards shoot 50 times a game. guys with zero talent who don't belong don't play for the olympic team do they?
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    hollis thompson is averaging 27 minutes a game while only handing out 1 assist per game and 1 free throw attempt per game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NBAcapper08 View Post
    shooting 58% 8-7-3-1-1. hard to do much more on a team where your guards shoot 50 times a game. guys with zero talent who don't belong don't play for the olympic team do they?
    LOL he was a fill in for Mike Krzyzewski. Keep reaching I keep teaching.

    A body that will get time when it is 90-56

    I agree with u on hollis thompson, that's pretty bad. Didn't even bother thinking of the 76ers
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    big difference between "talent" and "results". Been to many Clipper games over the years. In pregame warm ups (when Lance was still there) you can clearly see both these guys have talent. Dribbling, goofing off before the game. They play wild but they got skills with the ball in their hands. Remember back when the White Mamba was taking down challengers 1 on 1. Looks & performance can be deceiving
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    ^^
    even in here Scalabrine does not look impressive, but he beats these guys pretty effortlessly
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mobdeeper7239 View Post
    I think basketball is the one sport you can get away with this question.

    Anyone besides a rookie...

    I'll say Julius Randel. If it wasn't for height this guy might be the worst nba player in the history of the game imo. He is fucking horrendously bad.
    Wait, worse than Marc Eaton? A walking-wall but zero skills.
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    Scalabrine was a fine NBA player who was short changed in playing time via Doc Rivers. Anytime Scal on the court Celts thrived.
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    this used to be such an easy answer in the 80's and 90' the league was loaded with BIG WHITE STIFFS.. GREG KITE , brad lohaus , chuck nevitt , and on and on and on..now the whites are skilled euros , and everyone is athletic nomore stiffs
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    fucking kurt rambis .. dork after dork after dork
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    SCALBRINE was as close as it gets in this era to big white dorky stiff but he would've mopped the floor the dudes like greg kite .. not sikma but the bucks had a another dude a white center godamn what a stiff , ill remember his name soon
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    i think his name was mokeski..paul mokeski if i recall correctly
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    cmon man that dude if he played today sports center would have a daily hi light of mokeski getting nuts shoved in his face from some 19 year old hanging on the rim
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    that picture is a highlight for him.. catch the ball and was in a perpetual pivot foot stance looking for someone to pass too
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    sorry MOBBER.. didn't mean to get ya thread off track i think u asked today not in history of
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