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Name: Jason
Member since: July 22, 2005
Last visit: December 05, 2005

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Iverson ... Greatest little man ever?

Iverson is for sure a top 5 guy 6'1" and under. Top 20 out of any pllayer any height. He almost single handedly carried the sixers for 10 years! I don't know how many times they've made the playoffs in those years on his back. That championship year he did have SOME help(Kukoc, Mutombu, Mckie) but still they rode his back to finals. Have him and Kobe switch places for there careers and Shaq and AI would still be winning rings. Its a shame the Sixers can never seem to put a decent team around him...

posted by JJfromPAinMI at 08:12 AM on January 12, 2006

Top 10 All-Time Point Guards

I think the list was good. I just wonder how when you list PGs, you neglect to mention that Stockton is the all-time leader in assists? Not saying he should move up the list or anything but it should be mentioned, don't you think?

posted by JJfromPAinMI at 02:47 PM on December 02, 2005

McNabb might be going ... groin ... gone

Four words about McNabb: Madden Curse strikes again!

posted by JJfromPAinMI at 04:59 PM on November 17, 2005

Clarett will be released by Broncos

Is there some rule out there that if you 1) are an athlete and 2) come in contact with a police investigation, that upon the end of your success as an athlete you will immediately begin running guns and slinging rock? I agree. I would actually be surprised if some other NFL team DOESN'T take a chance by signing him as a free agent. Plenty of teams could use a young backup RB, for example, the Raiders come to mind. I don't think this ends his NFL career, even if he ends up in Canada or Europe for a few years.

posted by JJfromPAinMI at 02:52 PM on August 29, 2005

Top pick Smith agrees $49.5 million deal with 49ers

If he is half as good a he was in college, he's worth the money. If Brandon Lloyd or one of their other young receivers step up, they have a starting point for rebuilding. Not to mention Kevan Barlow/Frank Gore in the backfield. I'm not saying they'll make the playoffs or anything, but they definitly got better this offseason. Defense still needs a lot of work though...

posted by JJfromPAinMI at 07:47 AM on July 27, 2005