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Kyle Boenitz, you're a clown. Rivers would be great too, but your opinion is based on who has a "nicer face"? Good thing you're nothing more than a sports blogger and not anyone of any great consequence.
2 months, 2 weeks ago on Rivers may have edge over Pop for Team USA coaching job
Get this trash off a Spurs blog. I love Kobe and respect his game, but really? Comparing to Jordan. Even the Laker fans I know have stopped doing this.
We're talking about MJ being THE GOAT.
If you're making a list of all time NBA great players, Kobe is more around 8th - 10th on the list. I'll take MJ, Kareem, Magic, Wilt, Bill Russell, etc over his any day of the week. Also a guy named Tim Duncan. And that's just off the top of my head. Get real.
3 months, 1 week ago on Kobe On The Same Level As Michael? Not so fast
Is someone holding a camera to their TV really the best we could do to get a clip of this? Really?
3 months, 1 week ago on Video: Stephen A. Smith comments on Parker's MVP candidacy
Even if the Spurs were to win the title this year, I really don't think Timmy would retire. He signs a 3 year contract to only fulfill one year of it? Unlikely. Win or lose, I think he at least plays next year, barring an injury of course.
As for Manu, he needs to decide quick. There "cap hold" on the Spurs payroll of about 15 mil I believe until he makes up his mind and signs his official signs his deal he decides on. I'd love for him to do 1 or 2 more years, but hope he doesn't take too long to decide so the Spurs can do whatever they need to.
3 months, 2 weeks ago on Ginobili will ponder future after season
@UniversalSecret Dude, you make this way to easy. I'm laughing over here and you're "TYPING IN CAPS!!!" Lol. Settle down, Beavis. Go back to your anger management classes.
3 months, 4 weeks ago on Report: Baynes headed to San Antonio
@UniversalSecret You must mean LMFAO....Don't worry. You'll get the hang of it at some point. I hope so anyway.
4 months ago on Report: Baynes headed to San Antonio
Don't you realize that you could have just typed in SMH, instead of typing out the whole thing. Are you new to the internetz?
@UniversalSecret Lol. I'm actually sick today. Wasn't able to work, so I'm in bed with my laptop. This is no sweat off my back. So, if you are determined to have the last word here....you won't. Unless of course, you are the one with no life. What's your excuse for coming back to comment? Your fat girlfriend wasn't exactly seducing you with her fat fingers dunking her oreos in milk? lololol.
@UniversalSecret Rape joke was definitely a 9/10. I can do a "your mom is so fat" joke. How about an "I slept with your girlfriend" joke? Nah....nobody would believe that. You probably have a fat girlfriend. I wouldn't even go near it.
For "not giving a fuck", you sure do seem to give quite the fuck. Don't forget that this conversation originally never involved you. So, going forward, next time you
"don't give a fuck"....don't tag me in a comment and get involved in the discussion. Mkay? Also, did they make Oberto posters? Lol. I've never jacked of to a poster of an athlete. Is it fun? Are you recommending it from first hand experience?
Sounds like you are. Go jerk off to your favorite player Kobe. You can fantasize you are a girl in a Colorado hotel room and he's raping you. That's it. Go jerk off to him raping you. Based on your internet personality, you are probably fucked up enough to do that sort of thing. Peace out
@UniversalSecret @JimmyPriour Universal D-Bag: For the record, let me clarify what's going on here.
My thoughts on Fab are actually the least relevant thing here. What was really going on here was AJ'sDad21 wouldn't let it go that stats somehow were a way to measure basketball. Fab was purely a paradigm. And I was using this paradigm to exploit Mr. Domingo's LOW IQ. Not Low B-Ball IQ...but just general IQ. Feel free to plug in another high b-ball IQ type of player there. Shane Battier. Andre Miller. I really don't care. And what's relevant is that in my initial contact with him I call him a troll. because his question was so fucking dumb I figured he had to be trolling. Otherwise he'd just be an idiot. Which I wanted to give him the benefit of the doubt on. That effort proved fruitless. As are my efforts with you. Reasonable Internet Sports Fan....the guy no one has ever met. Big Foot.
Oh ya...one last thing. Go back and read. I'm not even the one that brought up Fabricio. Domingo was. And my reply simply was that Fab was on the court becuse he was a very intelligent basketball player. That's it...that's all I said. So don't sit here and tell me to get over Fabricio or something....when I'm not even the one that fucking brought him up.
It amazes me how people don't know how to fucking read and freak out over nothing. Get over it. Nobody was even talking to you anyway, universal d-bag. You're the one that jumped into OUR conversation. Click on "unfollow" if your panties are that twisted about it.
Lol. You mad bro? I actually have probably thought about Fabricio once since he left San Antonio and couldn't care less about him. If you read closely I threw him and Boris Diaw as examples of people with high baketball IQs. That was it. I couldn't give a crap about Fabricio. I was just illustrating a point. As far as I can tell, you and Anthony Domingo are the ones that keep clamoring over the point and wanting to discuss Fabricio. He was someone with a high bball IQ. That was my point. That's all my point was so that I could illustrae my opinion on whether or not Baynes would play or not.
I think it's time to drop it. I reference ONE PLAYER....out of thousands that have played in the NBA as an example of someone with a high b-ball IQ... and you guys start going on about Fabricio being "discussion worthy." If you don't feel he is...then here's an idea: Stop fucking talking about it. Move on. Get a grip. And stop being so pissed off over it. It's just basketball.
UniversalSecret, much like your buddy ajd21 you read too much into my statement.
I make a simple statement that Oberto had a high b-ball iq and you start giving IQ scores and what level is high and what level is technically off the charts.
It's called hyperbole, children. Of course I don't think that Oberto was the Stephen freaking Hawking of basketball. I was just illustrating the point that Oberto was a very smart basketball player.
If you two don't like that I used the term "off the charts" and wanna split hairs about what his actual basketball IQ would be if you could score it, then seriously...you two can get a room. Otherwise, be reasonable and realize that you guys are making WAY TOO MUCH of my statement. His b-ball IQ was, indeed, quite high. Bottom line. Simple point. If you wanna split hairs about what's high and what's genius or whatever....go ahead. Have at it. You two take things way too seriously. Have some common sense. Jesus Christ.
@JimmyPriour @ajd21 AJD21: I never called Fab a "basketball genius." Just because one has a high IQ does not mean he is a genius. Don't put words in my mouth.
At any rate, I've already explained for you the difference between what stats measure and what intangibles doesn't. If you can't comprehend what makes someone an intelligent basketball player vs what makes someone a stats stuffer, then that's your problem. Not mine
Trying to convince you of this simple thing is starting to border on convincing a 5 year old that the boogie man doesn't exist. If you do not posses the ability to think outside the box, I can't force your brain to operate that way. I'm done with this conversation.
JimmyPriour: Thank you for being able to comprehend my point. This gives me hope. I never said that Fab was a "great" player. I simply said he was successful because he had a high basketball IQ. Apparently I've made him a god in the eyes of someone.
Also, as another point. You are exactly the problem with wanna-be know it all sports fans. You're gonna throw out stats to prove your point? And then draw Patty Mills, a 5 foot 10 pg as a comparison.
There's something called "intangibles." Things that can't be measured by stats, but are noticed by coaches and teammates alike. For those of us that actually played organized basketball, we know what these "intangibles" are. They're things that don't show up on scoreboards. Smart passes that lead to another pass that leads to a shot. A "hockey assist" if you will. Smart off the ball screening when you didn't even touch the ball. This is the stuff that allows PGs to find shooters like Ray Allen cutting around the screen on a "curl route." Screener never touched the ball and doesn't get a "stat' for it, but it's vital for the play.
THIS IS ALL THE STUFF THAT FABRICIO WAS GOOD AT DOING. And especially in the Spurs system at the time it was extremely important.
But ya know....you're a "stats" guy. Who consults other commenters on blogs who have never played an organized game in their life. Keep up the good work, clown.
I simply said that Fab had a high basketball IQ, because he did. If you view that as "glorification", then that is sad.
And you sough the opinion of "some spurs fans on other forums" to figure out how you should feel about the subject, then that is also sad. Good job thinking for yourself. Lol
Fab was a starting center on a championship team for a reason. That was not an accident.
And why don't you research how Pop and Timmy feel about Fabricio. Ya know....a couple of guys that actually know basketball. Instead of a bunch of Spurs fans from San Antonio that likely only barely graduated high school....if even if that. Spurs' internet bogs: ajd21's form of "research." How utterly laughable.
Uh...wow. What do you think made Fabricio so successful? His daunting athleticism? His killer jump shooting? His basketball IQ was indeed very high. If you don't see it that way, you know nothing about basketball. He knew how to pick his spots on the floor and use his intelligence to his advantage. I.E. A high basketball IQ.
Keep watching and reading about basketball. You have a lot to learn. Besides, you're the retard that asks dumb questions like "durrrrrr...is Pop gonna play the new guy?" What are you, 12 years old?
@ajd21 @JimmyPriour Oh ya. I almost forgot to reciprocate. Ahem....idiot.
Lolololol. My comment was clearly in jest. ajd21 picked up on that.
Anyway, I'm a season Spurs fan. Boris and Fab are humongous exceptions. They're basketball IQ was/is off the chart. You can plug Boris on any team and he'd be an asset.
I think it just depends on exactly how Baynes reacts. Look at Tiago. Took him 2 years nearly to get into the rotation.