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@jaybound To be fair, he also likely wasn't black though, think more arabesque, and not the geometrical art form.
1 year, 7 months ago on Practice Report: The Beard is back
Hmm through three quarters, serge leads the team in blocks and rebounds and is tied for second in points, so he gets no burn in the fourth against a 3/4 hybrid playing center for the Cavs. Brooks is either a much much worse coach then I ever thought, and I never thought he was great, or something is wrong with Serge, I hope it's the first because at least Brooks can be fired.
1 year, 9 months ago on Cavaliers vs. Thunder: Pregame Primer
TheresABabyFaceUnderMyBeardbensbs In other words, it wouldn't be very entertaining.
2 years, 1 month ago on Players reject Stern's ultimatum deal, want a new meeting
TheresABabyFaceUnderMyBeardbensbs Yep, a true free market in the NBA would probably look something like a cross between MLB and the Harlem Globetrotters with four or so super teams in huge markets taking up all the superstars, and everyone else out in the cold. You wouldn't even have the luxury that baseball has of a few underdog teams still being able to succeed through better understanding of advanced stats because basketball involves so many fewer players per team and has so many fewer all star level talents.
bensbs A hard cap is inherently not a free market. That's if you buy into all this free market stuff in the first place. Which you shouldn't especially with regard to the NBA which requires antitrust exemptions to operate in the first place, hence why the Players Union exists in the first place and why decertification carries any real legal threat. What you're essentially asking the players to do is not only give up their potential value in a true free market but, in addition, ask for nothing in return.