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    Saytowns Fawtbox King lebomb's Avatar
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    Like off of the map after being Allstar caliber. Two that come to mind for me......... Steve Francis and Victor Oladipo. These dudes went from stars to damn near not even playing a couple of years later. I realize injuries can derail a player, but some come right back to s om. Others just disappear.

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    Believe. MultiTroll's Avatar
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    Lot of chit going on off the court too.

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    Shaun Kemp.
    Would have continued to be a yearly All Pro candidate.

    Still wish the Celtics would have traded one of the Big 3 after Lenny Bias got murdered by Stern instead of disintegrating into irrelevance. 1988 - was just too painful to watch.

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    TheDrewShow is salty lefty's Avatar
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    Kemp before the fatness

    Pre-injury Penny

    Pre-injury Brandon Roy

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    Saytowns Fawtbox King lebomb's Avatar
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    Ben Simmons fell pretty damn hard also. Dude used to be pretty good. Now?

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    TheDrewShow is salty lefty's Avatar
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    Ben Simmons fell pretty damn hard also. Dude used to be pretty good. Now?
    If only that MF'er could shoot...he makes Magic Johnson look like Steph Curry

    Great passer , especially on the break, good defender, good post up game

    Just leave him open and he becomes useless

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    Drive for Five! ambchang's Avatar
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    Vin Baker
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    Vin Baker
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    Hibbert is a victim of the evolution of the game tbh

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    We’ll be adding Wemby to this list in 2030. Hopefully yall get a ring before then. I’m rooting for you.

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    Olajuwan.

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    Believe. Tyronn Lue's Avatar
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    The term "great" is being misused here.

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    TheDrewShow is salty lefty's Avatar
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    The term "great" is being misused here.
    WE DONE WITH THE 90s!

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    Believe. MultiTroll's Avatar
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    We’ll be adding Wemby to this list in 2030. Hopefully yall get a ring before then. I’m rooting for you.
    Pretty sure after Luka becomes a Spur and Pop has a fatal accident in his wine room the path to another Spurs Chip will be set.

    Then Luka can go off to donut bliss in the 2030s.

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    Pretty sure after Luka becomes a Spur and Pop has a fatal accident in his wine room the path to another Spurs Chip will be set.

    Then Luka can go off to donut bliss in the 2030s.
    Get offin' the in' pot.

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    coffee's for closers FrostKing's Avatar
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    Grant Hill is brutal. My first favorite player I watched from beginning to fin.

    Top defender on Contender playing 80 games a season at age 36-38

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    Steve Francis opening is a great one. I was deep into late 90s+ ACC. Stevie a transfer put Maryland back on the map. Sweaty Gary Williams. First guy I saw flying outta the dome on dunks. A handful of years later Maryland closed the deal winning the crown.

    That was around the time of Iverson & Marbury. The game was so "Hero Ball" centered that these 'ballers' were the next best thing to Jordan/Jazz/Spurs.

    Tangent - that's why when I think of the Spurs Dynasty it's Manu before Tony. But Parker was the Spurs biggest unlikely piece.

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    - that's why when I think of the Spurs Dynasty it's Manu before Tony. .
    Well duh

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    notthewordsofonewhokneels Thread's Avatar
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    Steve Francis opening is a great one. I was deep into late 90s+ ACC. Stevie a transfer put Maryland back on the map. Sweaty Gary Williams. First guy I saw flying outta the dome on dunks. A handful of years later Maryland closed the deal winning the crown.

    That was around the time of Iverson & Marbury. The game was so "Hero Ball" centered that these 'ballers' were the next best thing to Jordan/Jazz/Spurs.

    Tangent - that's why when I think of the Spurs Dynasty it's Manu before Tony. But Parker was the Spurs biggest unlikely piece.
    Yep, he was a legitimate killer in every sense of the imagination brought to life who wielded his weapons with silencer locked for full effect.

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    I want my parcel DD's Avatar
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    I thought Jamal Mashburn would be a killer as a pro.

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    I want my parcel DD's Avatar
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    One of the best college ballers who was such a disappointment as a pro was Derrick Coleman. Dude was mega talented and could’ve been a star

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    I want my parcel DD's Avatar
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    All the great thuggin’ and buggin’ boons of the league fell off pretty hard with this tidal wave of Euro talent. Not only are they better than their melanated counterparts, but they are saving the league by actually playing in most of their games.

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    One of the best college ballers who was such a disappointment as a pro was Derrick Coleman. Dude was mega talented and could’ve been a star
    Was going to mention him
    Could play inside, outside, strong; Barkley said that if DC cared a little more he could be the best player in the League ; DC's rebuttal : "lol look who's talking"
    what a dumbass

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    All the great thuggin’ and buggin’ boons of the league fell off pretty hard with this tidal wave of Euro talent. Not only are they better than their melanated counterparts, but they are saving the league by actually playing in most of their games.
    And also by playing team basketball

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    D. Rose

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