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  • #2
    Re: The greatest day in basketball history

    Birdie, you are one odd fucker. What’s the motivation here?

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    • #3
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      Get the fuck out of this country cancer boy. Those scumbags had to cheat to win. Did you see a 21y/o Doug Collins swish those two free throws after he got hammered to the ground? That's having ice water in your veins. Those were the winning free throws for the USA. Now, like I said, get the fuck out of here you racist pedophile.

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      • #4
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        What the hell is that?
        Money lost gambling is twice as bad as money lost on something else..

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        • #5
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          Originally posted by Almost Allright View Post
          What’s the motivation here?
          Trolling. Nothing else.

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          • #6
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            I love America but it'd be pretty funny to see the pussy NBA stars of today representing USA take it in the ass in an Olympics.

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            • #7
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              Originally posted by Jammer View Post
              Get the fuck out of this country cancer boy. Those scumbags had to cheat to win. Did you see a 21y/o Doug Collins swish those two free throws after he got hammered to the ground? That's having ice water in your veins. Those were the winning free throws for the USA. Now, like I said, get the fuck out of here you racist pedophile.
              Doug choked, no cheating, usa were poor sport scum. I never have and never will root for American basketball.

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              • #8
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                greatest day i hoops ever Rail you mean this One Im sure. Feel free to comment, thanks


                http://www.history.com/this-day-in-h...in-ncaa-finals

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                • #9
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                  Greatest day was 5 black guys beating Kentucky for the NCAA Championship and sticking it to Adolph Rupp....easy cheddar....
                  Everyone dies......but not everyone lives.....

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                  • #10
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                    We buried Rail. hes obviously done now with this trolling thread.

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                    • #11
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                      NCAA Tournament First Round

                      McHale Center, Tucson Arizona

                      UNLV vs. San Francisco

                      March 12th, 1977

                      NBC TV

                      Jim Simpson on the call

                      Tommy Hawkins with the color commentary

                      UNLV 121-USF 95

                      The day SHOWTIME was born.

                      This game has FINALLY been uploaded to You Tube

                      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yr-0KLMzYbo

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                      • #12
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                        Female version of attention whore railbird-

                        http://pantiesseller.com/images/2017...-panties_2.jpg

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                        • #13
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                          Originally posted by O'Royken View Post
                          NCAA Tournament First Round

                          McHale Center, Tucson Arizona

                          UNLV vs. San Francisco

                          March 12th, 1977

                          NBC TV

                          Jim Simpson on the call

                          Tommy Hawkins with the color commentary

                          UNLV 121-USF 95

                          The day SHOWTIME was born.

                          This game has FINALLY been uploaded to You Tube

                          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yr-0KLMzYbo
                          I can't believe USF couldn't make it to the Final Four with that team. The recruiting class of Cox, Boynes, Hardy and Cartwright still one of the best gets in history.
                          The art of learning is learning who to ignore ~LeAnn Rimes

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                          • #14
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                            Originally posted by Heim View Post
                            I can't believe USF couldn't make it to the Final Four with that team. The recruiting class of Cox, Boynes, Hardy and Cartwright still one of the best gets in history.
                            The next year they lost to my Cal State Fullerton Titans
                            The mind is a terrible thing to waste unless we are talking about the MORONS who post at Covers where the collective Sports Gambling IQ for the ENTIRE site is.................4!!! and even that might be too high

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                            • #15
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                              Originally posted by winkyduck View Post
                              The next year they lost to my Cal State Fullerton Titans
                              Yup. The Wizard of Nutwood Bobby Dye was a great coach.
                              The art of learning is learning who to ignore ~LeAnn Rimes

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                              • #16
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                                I liked the Loyola Marymount team who ran Michigan off the court in the NCAA tourney.
                                Michael Jordan isn't anywhere near as athletic as lebron James. Jordan wouldn't even be a top 20 athlete in the game right now in his prime. - Cleveland Homer Big Deemer
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                                • #17
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                                  Originally posted by O'Royken View Post
                                  NCAA Tournament First Round

                                  McHale Center, Tucson Arizona

                                  UNLV vs. San Francisco

                                  March 12th, 1977

                                  NBC TV

                                  Jim Simpson on the call

                                  Tommy Hawkins with the color commentary

                                  UNLV 121-USF 95

                                  The day SHOWTIME was born.

                                  This game has FINALLY been uploaded to You Tube

                                  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yr-0KLMzYbo

                                  Thanks for the link, O'Royken.

                                  UNLV hit 100 points with more than seven minutes left in the game.

                                  Of course, there was no three-point line in the late 1970's.

                                  It was good to see Reggie Theus and the late Glen Gondrezick on the court.

                                  The Runnin' Rebels averaged 108 points per game in the 1977-78 season.

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                                  • #18
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                                    Bo Kimble's free throw honoring his teammate and best friend

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                                    • #19
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                                      Originally posted by raininthrees View Post
                                      Bo Kimble's free throw honoring his teammate and best friend
                                      A left-handed free throw that found the bottom of the net.

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                                      • #20
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                                        Originally posted by Almost Allright View Post
                                        Birdie, you are one odd fucker. What’s the motivation here?
                                        Railbird being Railbird.

                                        But like Birdie, I also appreciate international basketball over our country's version of basketball.

                                        FIBA tournaments feature beautiful teamwork, passing, shooting, gamesmanship, etc.

                                        I'm tired of watching NBA basketball and all the one-on-one play, a style that high school and college players try to emulate.

                                        How many times have you seen the best player on an NBA team dribble down the clock for the final shot of the game and come up short?

                                        It happens practically every night.

                                        I'd prefer the fourth or fifth-best player on the team take a high-percentage shot rather than the superstar take a contested, off-balance prayer.

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                                        • #21
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                                          final minute back and fourth with

                                          steven adams V bojan bogdonovic would be compelling tv

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                                          • #22
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                                            Originally posted by John Kelly View Post
                                            Railbird being Railbird.

                                            But like Birdie, I also appreciate international basketball over our country's version of basketball.

                                            FIBA tournaments feature beautiful teamwork, passing, shooting, gamesmanship, etc.

                                            I'm tired of watching NBA basketball and all the one-on-one play, a style that high school and college players try to emulate.

                                            How many times have you seen the best player on an NBA team dribble down the clock for the final shot of the game and come up short?

                                            It happens practically every night.

                                            I'd prefer the fourth or fifth-best player on the team take a high-percentage shot rather than the superstar take a contested, off-balance prayer.
                                            I’m of the opinion seven letters ruined the American game. ESPN and AAU. The former for providing the platform for individual feats to be the highlight and the latter for providing a stage for young players to play as individuals.


                                            I don’t watch much NBA . I find it unbearable and the college game is getting there. Aside from Ohio State’s victory last night over the school up north. That was a thing of beauty.

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                                            • #23
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                                              I do watch some NBA, analytics have ruined it. You basically drive to the hoop or jack up a three. If you have a competent big man, maybe some pick and roll. The three point line needs to be eliminated.
                                              Michael Jordan isn't anywhere near as athletic as lebron James. Jordan wouldn't even be a top 20 athlete in the game right now in his prime. - Cleveland Homer Big Deemer
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                                              • #24
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                                                Originally posted by FairWarning View Post
                                                I do watch some NBA, analytics have ruined it. You basically drive to the hoop or jack up a three. If you have a competent big man, maybe some pick and roll. The three point line needs to be eliminated.
                                                Back in the early 2000's, WMU had a basketball player named Mike Williams who had, very simply put, the best midrange game of any college player I've ever seen. Shot something like 64% from 12-18 feet away his last two years.

                                                They won one MAC title with him, and lost to Vanderbilt in the first round of the NCAA's.

                                                Just 10-15 years later, he wouldn't have a prayer at any level.

                                                Sad.

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                                                • #25
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                                                  Originally posted by Blackcloud View Post
                                                  Female version of attention whore railbird-

                                                  http://pantiesseller.com/images/2017...-panties_2.jpg

                                                  might've been what railbird was doing 20 years ago
                                                  Originally posted by railbird
                                                  Satan time is short

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                                                  • #26
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                                                    Originally posted by Almost Allright View Post
                                                    I’m of the opinion seven letters ruined the American game. ESPN and AAU. The former for providing the platform for individual feats to be the highlight and the latter for providing a stage for young players to play as individuals.


                                                    I don’t watch much NBA . I find it unbearable and the college game is getting there. Aside from Ohio State’s victory last night over the school up north. That was a thing of beauty.
                                                    Originally posted by FairWarning View Post
                                                    I do watch some NBA, analytics have ruined it. You basically drive to the hoop or jack up a three. If you have a competent big man, maybe some pick and roll. The three point line needs to be eliminated.
                                                    Originally posted by ejd_5277 View Post
                                                    Back in the early 2000's, WMU had a basketball player named Mike Williams who had, very simply put, the best midrange game of any college player I've ever seen. Shot something like 64% from 12-18 feet away his last two years.

                                                    They won one MAC title with him, and lost to Vanderbilt in the first round of the NCAA's.

                                                    Just 10-15 years later, he wouldn't have a prayer at any level.

                                                    Sad.
                                                    And here I thought I had an insightful contribution.

                                                    Great work, men.

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                                                    • #27
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                                                      Lebron ruined the NBA

                                                      I haven't watched a full game in 2 years

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                                                      • #28
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                                                        Originally posted by JavyBaez9 View Post
                                                        Lebron ruined the NBA

                                                        I haven't watched a full game in 2 years

                                                        I respectfully disagree, Javy.

                                                        I love LeBron.

                                                        My favorite part of his game: passing.

                                                        He snaps those long chest passes from 20 to 40 feet unlike any player in the league.

                                                        And defensively, he's had some signature plays when racing from behind and chasing down players on supposed breakaways.

                                                        His greatest offensive moment was when he went hard to the hole against Golden State and got fouled by Draymond Green in the final stages of Game 7 in the 2016 NBA Finals.

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                                                        • #29
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                                                          Originally posted by railbird View Post
                                                          You won’t see that in 2018....Russia just got booted from the Olympics....sorry Rail.....
                                                          Everyone dies......but not everyone lives.....

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                                                          • #30
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                                                            Originally posted by John Kelly View Post
                                                            I respectfully disagree, Javy.

                                                            I love LeBron.

                                                            My favorite part of his game: passing.

                                                            He snaps those long chest passes from 20 to 40 feet unlike any player in the league.

                                                            And defensively, he's had some signature plays when racing from behind and chasing down players on supposed breakaways.

                                                            His greatest offensive moment was when he went hard to the hole against Golden State and got fouled by Draymond Green in the final stages of Game 7 in the 2016 NBA Finals.
                                                            Durant wouldn't be a Warrior right now if Lebron doesn't do what he did with Miami. There's no intrigue... 1 more year of Golden State vs Cleveland in the finals and others will stop caring as well. Interest is down.

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                                                            • #31
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                                                              Adam Silver is a pretty smart guy....The NBA is in good hands....

                                                              definite upgrade from David Stern....
                                                              Everyone dies......but not everyone lives.....

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                                                              • #32
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                                                                Originally posted by Viejo Dinosaur View Post
                                                                Adam Silver is a pretty smart guy....The NBA is in good hands....

                                                                definite upgrade from David Stern....
                                                                It's a soap opera for dumb people IMO. I guess that's fine, since there are plenty of dumb people. Minorities eat the NBA up, but it's losing white America I'd say slowly but surely.

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                                                                • #33
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                                                                  Originally posted by JavyBaez9 View Post
                                                                  It's a soap opera for dumb people IMO. I guess that's fine, since there are plenty of dumb people. Minorities eat the NBA up, but it's losing white America I'd say slowly but surely.
                                                                  Who do you think buys all those courtside seats and boxes?

                                                                  Sure isn’t minorities...try corporate rich, white folks...
                                                                  Everyone dies......but not everyone lives.....

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                                                                  • #34
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                                                                    Originally posted by ejd_5277 View Post
                                                                    Back in the early 2000's, WMU had a basketball player named Mike Williams who had, very simply put, the best midrange game of any college player I've ever seen. Shot something like 64% from 12-18 feet away his last two years.

                                                                    They won one MAC title with him, and lost to Vanderbilt in the first round of the NCAA's.

                                                                    Just 10-15 years later, he wouldn't have a prayer at any level.

                                                                    Sad.
                                                                    i remember him well.
                                                                    Michael Jordan isn't anywhere near as athletic as lebron James. Jordan wouldn't even be a top 20 athlete in the game right now in his prime. - Cleveland Homer Big Deemer
                                                                    -

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                                                                    • #35
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                                                                      Originally posted by Viejo Dinosaur View Post
                                                                      Who do you think buys all those courtside seats and boxes?

                                                                      Sure isn’t minorities...try corporate rich, white folks...
                                                                      It's something to do inside during the winter in Chicago, I'll give you that. Impress a client, take a girl you want to fuck, it's a fun experience. But as far as being a real fan of the league, not as many.

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                                                                      • #36
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                                                                        Originally posted by John Kelly View Post
                                                                        Railbird being Railbird.

                                                                        But like Birdie, I also appreciate international basketball over our country's version of basketball.

                                                                        FIBA tournaments feature beautiful teamwork, passing, shooting, gamesmanship, etc.

                                                                        I'm tired of watching NBA basketball and all the one-on-one play, a style that high school and college players try to emulate.

                                                                        How many times have you seen the best player on an NBA team dribble down the clock for the final shot of the game and come up short?

                                                                        It happens practically every night.

                                                                        I'd prefer the fourth or fifth-best player on the team take a high-percentage shot rather than the superstar take a contested, off-balance prayer.
                                                                        JK was always the anti-goal tender. Go ahead, grab the ball on the rim. It's okay.

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                                                                        • #37
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                                                                          I became a basketball fan during NC state tournament run. For 20 years before that it was all football baseball for me.

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                                                                          • #38
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                                                                            Originally posted by Viejo Dinosaur View Post
                                                                            You won’t see that in 2018....Russia just got booted from the Olympics....sorry Rail.....
                                                                            wrong, won the gold medal in hockey

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                                                                            • #39
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                                                                              Originally posted by railbird View Post
                                                                              Doug choked, no cheating, usa were poor sport scum. I never have and never will root for American basketball.
                                                                              Why do you hate America?
                                                                              All great genius encounters violent opposition from mediocre minds

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