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  • G__Deane
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    Fuchan wrote: View Post
    Can you imagine if Giannis came to Toronto though? The entire country would go insane.(Provided we have sanity left at that point)
    My opinion, hot take he would eclipse Vince, Lowry, any Leaf of the last 20 years, Vladdy Jr etc as the most popular Canadian athlete in recent history. Great athlete, great person.

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  • Fuchan
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    Can you imagine if Giannis came to Toronto though? The entire country would go insane.(Provided we have sanity left at that point)

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  • A.I
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    bertarapsfan wrote: View Post
    Let the tampering begin.

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  • G__Deane
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    bertarapsfan wrote: View Post
    Giannis to Toronto (Uncle Masai) confirmed

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  • chris
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    bertarapsfan wrote: View Post
    shwing!

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  • chris
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    KeonClark wrote: View Post

    In my mind he's having a conversation with himself lol

    Hello? Who is this? I asked you first! No, I asked YOU first! OK, one more time asshole! You think this is funny? Quit copying me!
    haha. the caption on your photo says it was during 2003 draft.

    i like to think he's calling in the darko selection on two different lines to make absolutely certain he gets his man.

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  • KeonClark
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    chris wrote: View Post

    you beat me to it!
    In my mind he's having a conversation with himself lol

    Hello? Who is this? I asked you first! No, I asked YOU first! OK, one more time asshole! You think this is funny? Quit copying me!

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  • The Great One
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    That picture is hilarious. Lol.

    But anyway, if you're a Knicks fan, just listen to Masai speak, do you think that guy would ever join Dolan in NY? lol.

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  • chris
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    KeonClark wrote: View Post

    Maybe he wasn't the brains of the operation
    you beat me to it!

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  • chris
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    The Great One wrote: View Post
    Interesting convo on First Take today. Masai used Joe Dumars as an example as it pertains to the lack of black executives in the NBA and all of sports. Dumars as the Pistons President of Basketball Operations led the Pistons to 6 straight ECF appearance and obviously won it all in 04. He never got another executive job after getting fired by the Pistons.
    i mean joe dumars had a great run for awhile there but unfortunately ended with a series of brutal decisions, not even counting drafting darko (which was as preposterous at the time as it is in hindsight). the AI trade, dismantling a championship core to usher in the charlie V and ben gordon era, awful coaching hires, brutal drafting. there's no way i'd hire him after that run.

    when i think of joe dumars the GM i think of every time basketbawful posted this photo. god that blog was hilarious.


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  • KeonClark
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    The Great One wrote: View Post
    Interesting convo on First Take today. Masai used Joe Dumars as an example as it pertains to the lack of black executives in the NBA and all of sports. Dumars as the Pistons President of Basketball Operations led the Pistons to 6 straight ECF appearance and obviously won it all in 04. He never got another executive job after getting fired by the Pistons.
    Maybe he wasn't the brains of the operation

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  • The Great One
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    Interesting convo on First Take today. Masai used Joe Dumars as an example as it pertains to the lack of black executives in the NBA and all of sports. Dumars as the Pistons President of Basketball Operations led the Pistons to 6 straight ECF appearance and obviously won it all in 04. He never got another executive job after getting fired by the Pistons.

    I have a much better example though: CITO GASTON. Back to back WS champion in 92 and 93. When the Jays let him go in 95, Cito never got another managerial job till later on in his career when the - guess who - Blue Jays brought him back in 09 or maybe 2010. That's crazy. Cito Gaston is a 2x WS champion.

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  • The Great One
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    Masai Ujiri will be on First Take tomorrow.

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  • MixxAOR
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    golden wrote: View Post

    He gone?

    Masai: "My kids are American, my wife has American citizenship. I feel like I am an American."
    I'm sure he meant NORTH Americans right??

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