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  • ezz_bee
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    Something else from the same article i found on page 2.

    "I can prove that you can't win four straight playoff series by relying on Vince Carter

    You know why? Because he's Vince Carter! Ask the Nets' fans about him. Ask the Raptors' fans about him. They know."

    hilarious.

    for the link try clicking on it....

    http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/page2...6&sportCat=nba

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  • Apollo
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    LBF wrote: View Post
    turkoglu honestly retire.
    If I was his adviser I would be recommending him sticking around and making every last penny of that $50M contact.

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  • Trapaholic
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    This should be made official...

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  • TheR3dMenace
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    He absolutely has to earn respect from us at this point. No more benefit of the doubt, no more "ball"shit

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  • LBF
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    Dark Knight wrote: View Post
    I'm pretty sure that we'd have the exact same record if POB either was or wasn't on our team. Just sayin'...
    good ol' pooh on bricks.

    think he's gong to get picked up by anyone?

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  • Dark Knight
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    I'm pretty sure that we'd have the exact same record if POB either was or wasn't on our team. Just sayin'...

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  • INFO
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    can someone say no trade value =)

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  • LBF
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    turkoglu honestly retire.

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  • Doc
    started a topic ESPN Names Hedo the NBA's "Least Valuable Player"

    ESPN Names Hedo the NBA's "Least Valuable Player"

    See, its not only Raptors fans that are hard on the big guy. The entire league has taken notice unfortunately.

    I know Hedo Turkoglu was the 2009-10 LVP (Least Valuable Player).

    We knew it was a desperation move to give Hedo $50 million, and it didn't seem far-fetched at all that someone who peaked two years ago would struggle in a new city in a new offense for a new coach without Dwight Howard protecting him defensively. But I never thought he'd become Enemy No. 1 in Toronto. Hedo fell off a basketball cliff; he's almost unrecognizable. It's like seeing Garry Shandling in the new "Iron Man 2" trailer: Wait a second, I recognize that voice. Is that ... no! It can't be! Poor Hedo might want to give up the cigarettes and cheeseburgers this summer. As for some LVP runners-up: Rasheed Wallace (No. 4), and Philly (No. 3) would have stunk with or without Elton Brand.
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