Black Sports : miami picks boston's pocket........

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  1. jamesfrmphilly

    jamesfrmphilly going above and beyond PREMIUM MEMBER

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    the heat get antione walker and then pick up jason williams and sam posey.
     
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    Honestly, Jason Williams is garbage. James Posey is good and Antoine Walker shoots too much and takes too many bad shots and is lazy on defense. I think Posey will be a good addition, but Antoine Walker and Williams are overrated. They only gave up Eddie Jones and Rasual Butler, so I think Miami made a good move. I think Cleveland has added the most significant pieces so far. They got Larry Hughes and Donyell Marshall. Also a big one is Houston getting Stromile Swift. A stupid move for Seattle was allowing Antonio Daniels to go to Washington. I think Memphis will suffer this year. They let Williams, Posey, Bonzi Wells and Stromile Swift go. I hope they go alot in return, but I don't think they did.
     
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    yes, i agree that Cleveland helped it self.
    new york too.

    i wonder what the grizzles will put on the floor next year.
     
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    Man, Memphis is going to have to get the mascot and a couple of assistant coaches out there. Cleveland should be good, New Jersey should be good and Houston should be better as long as Yao Ming stops playing like he's in the WNBA. I think the Lakers will be worse off this year because they gave up their starting point guard and their second leading scorer for Kwame Brown
    ( 7.0 pts 4.9 rebs), a center from Washington that has been an utter disappointment so far. Maybe he'll improve this year, but trading Caron Butler ( 15.5 pts 5.8 rebs) and Chucky Atkins ( 13.6 pts 4.4 ast) for him was stupid, since he hasn't shown any progress thus far.

    New York has to many so-so players making big bucks. I guess Isaiah never heard of a salary cap. Plus, Larry Brown and Marbury don't get along.
     
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    New York moves was ok but it still not good enough yet to push them past
    anyone , the best was Cleveland James have some supporting case now ,
    Houston will be a better club this year as the Lakers they study falling off
    the map it was bad trades on their part as far as numbers go's ....

    Miami will be still as good but i like Jones at Miami he fit so well if this team
    stay health they will be on top for sure.

    Grizz has lost hope they won't win half as many games as last year ..

    How will the PISTONS fare this year and can they make another title run ?
    if the Heat stay health year long they will be the team out the East i think
    along side the Cavs.

    I like the coming rookie class this year with 2 from Illinois and 4 from North carolina
    and the few big men .
     
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    LMAO.......
     
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    I know you guys have seen this. The man is 7'6, yet instead of blocking a 6'0 guards shot, he tries to take a charge. Man, take off that skirt and play some ball, [email protected]!!!
     
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    Toughness comes from within, not ones size....that is why Allen Iverson is the toughest player in the game today!
     
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    That's true man. Nobody play harder than A.I. Still, somebody has to tell Yao Ming something, or else he's going to be one of the biggest dissappointments in basketball. Usually, people that tall are really skinny, but he solid, so he should be Shaq II. If he was a brotha, you would not be able to stop him. Let a brotha grow to be 7'6 and 300 pounds. Man, somebody would be carried out on a stretcher every game guaranteed. We're not going to even count Manute Bol, because I'm 5'10-5'11 and I weigh as much as he did at 7'6.
     
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    ouch dang. at least stro wont dunk on him again like that
     
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