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Posted on: July 14, 2009 1:34 pm
 

Tracy McGrady vs. Paul Peirce

These guys just about have the same career numbers in points per game, assists and rebounds.  Other than the Championship that Paul won and the fact that McGrady can't stay healthy.  If you were to start a franchise right now, who would you want on your team?  To either fill the three whole or the two. 

Hands down for me...I have to go with Paul, just for the fact that I know I'm going to get my money's worth from him and he'll be on the court 99% of the time.  Not to mention,  I don't think their's any argument is to who is more clutch at the end of the game.  Which brings me to my next question.  Who would you want with the ball in their hands when the game is on the line?  Whether it be to make a jumper or to make the right dicision on who to pass the ball to.

I've heard alot of this discussion and I think it is silly even to debate it,  but I just could'nt help myself in writing this blog.  So who do you take ???

Category: NBA
Posted on: July 13, 2009 10:49 pm
 

Shane Carwin Speaking His Mind On Brock ( Quote )

"The fans are why we do this, Brock, this sport is not about fat paychecks and drama. It is about hard work and sacrifice for a shot to do what you did last night. It doesn't matter how much money you make if you can't earn your peers' respect and the respect and love of the greatest sporting fans in the world. Every autograph I give, every hand I shake I am thankful that you give me the opportunity to be a part of your world. This is the greatest sport int he world and most of the athletes in it deserve the love and respect they get and some just dont get it. From leaving the venue all the way to the Airport I have had fans of the sport ask me to take out Brock Lesnar for them".

I don't think he can beat Brock but I think he will give him his toughest test to date...

 
 
 
 
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