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  1. TarHeel324

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    D Whistle, most overrated player in the NBA aside of Tracy McGriddles. Breaking down as well. at least your knicks are making the playoffs this year! :thumbup The heat will not win the lottery and IF Isiah gets fired, the Knicks will be in contention faster then the Heat. The heat won a championship because David Stern had to protect a young star who is fading now. All those calls DWhistle got was just terrible, you're a blind homer if you don't realize that your ship' is tainted. D Whistle, most overrated player in the NBA aside of Tracy McGriddles. Breaking down as well. Next year your going to eat crow. For what? The dude is breaking down. What explosiveness? His jump shot is mediocre at best, dude is lucky he gets calls. D Whistle, most overrated player in the NBA aside of Tracy McGriddles. Breaking down as well. Hahahaha, thats funny, coming from a Muts and Knicks fan.... hahahahaha hahahhahaha funny guy The Knicks are one of the 2 only NBA teams who played in their original city and have a great history. Nuff said'. No need to get ignorant now. The Knicks are a total joke that hasnt won an NBA title in 35 years, a playoff game in 8 years, has the worst Front Office in the game, and is 1 tainted Draft Lottery from being completely irrelevant over the last 20+ years. And the heat are more relevant then the Knicks over the last 20+ years. New York is the mecca of basketball you fool. The heat, hell all of you miami scum are nothing but fair weather fans. Just look at attendance numbers, it's pretty laughable. The Marlins have like 5 fans, hell there are games with god damn $1 tickets. The heat, 2 years removed from a title, do they even count in the NBA? Hell, they probably can't beat UNC. And your "superstar" is breaking down as we speak. Yes, the city of New York is the mecca of basketball and MSG is the greatest arena ever. And the Knicks dont deserve to play in either. They are a complete joke. The ownership and front office is a complete joke. Granted, both the Heat and the Knicks are a terrible this year. But at least the Heat has some reasonable cap space opening up after 2009. As of now, the Knicks will have almost 95 million tied up until after the 2010 season. And I dont really care if New Yorkers show up and Miamians dont. Bragging about your fans is a telltale sign that your team sucks. I dont care what fans do. When you tune in or show up to the stadium, you watch the action on the field, not marvel at how many fans you have. Also, Id rather have our "breaking down" superstar than anyone on the Knicks roster. He has won more in his short career than your team has in my lifetime. I find it pretty laughable that youre just going to completely write him off after hes "only" dropping 24 every night and is still recovering from major shoulder and knee injuries. To just write off the rest of his career is more laughable than the predictions you make in your sig.
  2. TarHeel324

    D-Wade

    D Whistle, most overrated player in the NBA aside of Tracy McGriddles. Breaking down as well. at least your knicks are making the playoffs this year! :thumbup The heat will not win the lottery and IF Isiah gets fired, the Knicks will be in contention faster then the Heat. The heat won a championship because David Stern had to protect a young star who is fading now. All those calls DWhistle got was just terrible, you're a blind homer if you don't realize that your ship' is tainted. D Whistle, most overrated player in the NBA aside of Tracy McGriddles. Breaking down as well. Next year your going to eat crow. For what? The dude is breaking down. What explosiveness? His jump shot is mediocre at best, dude is lucky he gets calls. D Whistle, most overrated player in the NBA aside of Tracy McGriddles. Breaking down as well. Hahahaha, thats funny, coming from a Muts and Knicks fan.... hahahahaha hahahhahaha funny guy The Knicks are one of the 2 only NBA teams who played in their original city and have a great history. Nuff said'. No need to get ignorant now. The Knicks are a total joke that hasnt won an NBA title in 35 years, a playoff game in 8 years, has the worst Front Office in the game, and is 1 tainted Draft Lottery from being completely irrelevant over the last 20+ years.
  3. Despite the fact that I'm a Dolphins fan, I have to say that Brett Favre is not only my all-time favorite QB, but also my all-time favorite player in NFL history. He had such a tremendous impact on the game and had such incredible work ethic that he is a rare football player kids can emulate. He will be sorely missed and I wish him nothing but luck as he enters the next stage in his life. Thank you for all you did for the game. I never thought I'd say this, but I agree with you. The personal demons and family tragedies that he has overcome in his career are remarkable. He is my favorite NFL player and is the greatest QB to ever play the game
  4. Perhaps a sign that we should be re-evaluating the penalties for non-violent drug offenses. :thumbup
  5. ESPN.com Dolphins executive vice president of football operations Bill Parcells told ESPN's Chris Mortensen that defensive end Jason Taylor will be playing for Miami in 2008 unless he chooses to retire, contrary to a published report. Yahoo Sports reported Saturday night that Taylor, an 11-year veteran who has played all of his 172 career games for the Dolphins, would be parting ways with Miami this offseason before the NFL draft this April. "This latest report is just another example of journalistic irresponsibility," Parcells told Mortensen. nice job parcells...you A. shut up the crowd that says we should get rid of him and B. shut up all the ridiculous media rumors about JT This is the only chance they have to trade him. In reality, the dolphins are not going to contend next year. Next offseason Jason Taylor has little to no value because he will turn 35 before the season starts. If he were traded this year he would bring the dolphins something that will help them out in the future. It also lets him have a chance at a championship. then we dont trade him...he still has value to us...and judging by our new front 7, getting pressure on the Qb, should be a piece of cake this next year...which will help out a young secondary that is built through the draft and help our offense that will probably struggle a big to put up points Do you mean Jason Ferguson, Reggie Torbor, Charlie Anderson and Randy Starks? Those were nice addtions for depth, but none of them are stars by any means. Zach Thomas had more tackles in 5 games than Anderson, Ferguson and Starks had combined. I guess it all really depends on what they could get for Jason Taylor. Three DT just got traded for 3rd and 5th rounders, but they were all under 30. I am not sure what Taylor could get at age 34. If they can get a 3rd rounder for him, they would be foolish to not pull the trigger. they dont have to be stars...they just have to fit the system...and a bill parcells lead team is one that gets consistent pressure on the QB...and if we keep JT, add chris long in the draft, plus quentin moses who parcells said he was in love with...we have gotten younger and faster on the defense...and i think we would be all the better in letting joey porter going if it doesnt cause a huge cap issue...most rome wasnt built in a day...but these signings address an aging defense and give us nice special teams depth... and with the draft and roster cuts and etc. you know parcells is gonna not only reshape the team in his image...but with a little luck and progression of some of the youngsters on offense...we could be a 2nd place team in the division Looking at our group of QBs, Id say theres no chance of that happening. JT should probably get traded now. We arent going to contend for at least another 2 seasons, at which point he'll be 37. Why hold on to him on an awful team for 2 more years when you could get some young players who can actually help us down the road?
  6. Everyone in the AFC is getting stronger except the Patsies. Karma is a bitch, man! Yeah, theyre gonna be awful this year
  7. I don't understand why "good news" or "sweet" when no one knows who this guy is, other than a dislike for WH. Considering Craterface's track record, isnt that reason enough? His track record with the Marlins? Sure. But as far as the Dolphins are concerned, I have no complaints. Yeah, we've done so well since he's been our owner
  8. I don't understand why "good news" or "sweet" when no one knows who this guy is, other than a dislike for WH. Considering Craterface's track record, isnt that reason enough?
  9. Wanted to see if there were any songs for you folks that have brought you to tears before. There are some real deep ones out there. For me, the only one I can for sure say chokes me up every time I hear it is Cat's In The Cradle by Harry Chapin Ditto on Cats in the Cradle. Two songs that always choke me up are Carolina On My Mind by James Taylor and Tears in Heaven by Eric Clapton
  10. This has to be a hoax Definitely not a hoax Link Well then, I stand corrected It looks like theyre trying something the Mavs have been doing for a few years: Link
  11. Hope the trade goes through. Wondering what George is thinking, honestly. He might be thinking that he wants to protect his Admin Bird rights so he can make more money this offseason
  12. Nets get Devin Harris for 34 year old Kidd and Grizzlies get Javaris Crittenton for much younger Gasol. Makes sense. Gasol's contract is much more difficult to move
  13. Somebody who actually knows what they are doing when it comes to building great teams on the Gasol trade: "What they did in Memphis is beyond comprehension," said Popovich. "There should be a trade committee that can scratch all trades that make no sense. I just wish I had been on a trade committee that oversees NBA trades. I'd like to elect myself to that committee. I would have voted no to the L.A. trade." http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2008/bask...lies/index.html What a joke. Complaining about a trade because it strengthens a team youre competing with. I doubt he got too upset when the Lakers traded Shaq out of the West
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