A peek at what LeBron James would have looked like in college

John Kelly

Born Gambler
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#2
Zion Williamson lived above the rim last night against Indiana and he's a terror in transition.

He will be the first player selected in next June's NBA Draft.
 

GameBred

I Trade Therefore I Am
#5
Zion Williamson lived above the rim last night against Indiana and he's a terror in transition.

He will be the first player selected in next June's NBA Draft.
Ya think :)

Supposedly Zion is the 2nd best player on his team? I have no idea but if anyone gets drafted before this guy, I gotta check out that guy's game.
 

John Kelly

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#7
The NBA is at its best when force and finesse are featured prominently.

The force from some of the biggest and most athletic men in the world and the finesse from three-point shooters and master ballhandlers like Steph Curry and James Harden.
 
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John Kelly

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#8
Too much force is not attractive (think Charles Barkley backing down an opponent with endless dribbles for a layup) and likewise, too much finesse is ugly when players incapable of long-range shooting launch shots from beyond the arc.
 

GameBred

I Trade Therefore I Am
#9
Most mock drafts have the Duke trio going 1-2-3.

Zion also reminds me of Amare Stoudemire at the same age.

Man-child.
I didn't know there was a triumvirate. I thought it was mainly him and RJ; supposedly the dude better than him.

I hereby Christen him, "Mount Zion."
 

John Kelly

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#10
Cam Reddish is the third wheel.

Coach K with an embarrassment of riches because Reddish was named both a McDonald's All-American and "Mr. Pennsylvania" last season.
 
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I was watching ending of Maui vs. Gonzaga and the stud was hanging outside the 3 pt line?

You have your most dominant paint presence & rebounder out 20 ft from the bucket with the game on the line needing a basket to force OT ?

Thought he was either a decoy or uncoachable.
 
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John Kelly

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#26
Just saw a video of LeBron's kid dunking during a game, he's 14 years old

That's the age (13 or 14) many NBA players say they started dunking.

Television doesn't properly portray the massive size and sheer strength of these NBA players.

#FreakAthletes
 

GameBred

I Trade Therefore I Am
#27
Holtzman and OSU are a quiet sleeper for Lebrin’s kid
Good pull. Had to google Holtzman but I figured it was The Ohio State University. Time reveals all things and God willing I'll be here 4 years from now for the big reveal. During the interim, I'll be arguing w/ people, perhaps yourself included, to kill time until then :)
 

kane

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#30
If Bronny is good enough to make the NBA, there's a great chance LeBron could either play with or against his son, that would be amazing to see
 

John Kelly

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#31
If Bronny is good enough to make the NBA, there's a great chance LeBron could either play with or against his son, that would be amazing to see

Shades of Ken Griffey Sr. and Ken Griffey Jr.

Remember when they hit back-to-back homers for the Mariners?

Amazing.

For trivia buffs: Kirk McCaskill of the California Angels surrendered the historic home runs.
 

kane

Railbird is a past posting pos
#32
Shades of Ken Griffey Sr. and Ken Griffey Jr.

Remember when they hit back-to-back homers for the Mariners?

Amazing.

For trivia buffs: Kirk McCaskill of the California Angels surrendered the historic home runs.
Yes I do, I want to say the game was played in Anaheim, but not positive on that
 
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