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topnotch1
MBC2K4 wrote:


As of RIGHT NOW

Kobe Bryant or LeBron James
Danny Granger or Brandon Roy
Camelo Anthony or Kevin Durant
Chris Bosh or Amare Stoudemire
Pau Gasol or Tim Duncan
Kevin Garnett or Dirk Nowitzki
Allen Iverson or Stephon Marbury
Derrick Rose or Rajon Rondo
Michael Beasley or Blake Griffin
Tony Parker or Deron Williams


James
Roy
Durant
Bosh
Duncan
KG
*open roster spot
Rose
Griffin
Williams

Ricky Rubio will be a Pamela Anderson sized bust.

6/28/2009

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nike1
LeBron James
Brandon Roy
Camelo Anthony
Amare Stoudemire
Pau Gasol
Kevin Garnett
Allen Iverson
Derrick Rose
or Blake Griffin
Tony Parker
KEEP GRINDING!!
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MBC2K4_old
Lotta your brahs must be high up on choking in the playoffs before getting to the big show.
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cameroncrazies02
MBC2K4 wrote:


As of RIGHT NOW

Kobe Bryant or LeBron James-Much younger, and has one of greatest futures coming. Plus, I'd get him a few rings, something Danny Ferry seems to not understand how to do.
Danny Granger or Brandon Roy -He's as clutch as they come and as versatile too. Granger's going to be a solid piece to a championship contender someday, but he's more of a 3rd option, Roy can be the #1 guy.
Camelo Anthony or Kevin Durant -I'm thinking Tracy McGrady without a bad back and knees. But a little better. This kid's going to be scary good.
Chris Bosh or Amare Stoudemire -Both of these guys you have to put specific players around them to win. Like a defensive guy behind them, but Amare really struggled with another big man in the post. Bosh can step outside and is a bit more versatile.
Pau Gasol or Tim Duncan -This one's simply because of age, but even though he's a Laker, he's so hard to stop. One of the most underrated players of all time.
Kevin Garnett or Dirk Nowitzki -Real honest, hard working guy who wins with passion and isn't fake about it.
Allen Iverson or Stephon Marbury -Isn't demanding stupid money anymore or a ridiculous role on the team. Get AI as far away from my team as possible.
Derrick Rose or Rajon Rondo -This one is completely my bias. I love Rondo, one of my top 3 favorite players in the league.
Michael Beasley or Blake Griffin -I think Beasley will be more of an Antoine Walker while Griffin could be a solid 20 and 10 guy for his career.
Tony Parker or Deron Williams -Again, a bias against Parker. Not a big fan of him running the show, he's too erratic at times and is a terrible defender. Williams guards 1's and 2's and is a clone of Billups.


I hate when people just leave lists, I tend to ignore them so I'll give reasoning. My thinking was I'll take this guy right now and he'll be a building block on my team.
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memorialbball
MBC2K4 wrote:


As of RIGHT NOW

Kobe Bryant or LeBron James
Danny Granger or Brandon Roy
Camelo Anthony or Kevin Durant
Chris Bosh or Amare Stoudemire
Pau Gasol or Tim Duncan
Kevin Garnett or Dirk Nowitzki
Allen Iverson or Stephon Marbury
Derrick Rose or Rajon Rondo
Michael Beasley or Blake Griffin
Tony Parker or Deron Williams


Kobe Bryant
Brandon Roy
Kevin Durant
Amare Stoudamire
Pau Gasol
Dirk Nowitzki
Allen Iverson
Derrick Rose
Black Griffin
Deron Williams
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quinnster10
MWarrior2008 wrote:


clutch32 wrote:


I don't know how people can pick Gasol over Duncan. Duncan may be aging but is still solid. All i've seen out of Gasol is a guy that doesn't know what to do with a basketball.


Actually watch basketball then. Pau can play offense and defense. Have you seen him block?


Pau Gasol is an average at best defender.

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quinnster10
LLegend4eva wrote:


Quinnster10 wrote:


MBC2K4 wrote:


Lotta your brahs must be high up on choking in the playoffs before getting to the big show.


Or it is common sense to anyone beyond the overall basketball knowledge of a kid in 2nd grade, that your going to take a guy who is 6 years younger, the reigning MVP, and has proven he can lead average teams deep into playoffs, over a guy who is now entering the backside of his career, has thousands of miles of on his body, and who now needs to be surrounded by loads of talent to win NBA championships. Kobe has 3-4 years left of being a top 5 player in the NBA, compared to LeBron who has potentially 10 years of dominating the NBA going forward. I would say in the next 2 years, LeBron will take the next step and fully mature and be the best player on the planet and will get his ring. MJ was 28 years old when he won his first title, and was in the league for 6 years and that was even after maturing in college under Dean Smith and winning a national title. Everybody takes time to mature but in the end you wouldn't find a single GM in the league that would take Kobe Bryant over LeBron James if they were starting a Franchise today.


Same old tune, huh?


Yea unfortunately it doesn't get through to most idiots on this board so you have to keep repeating it.
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