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    yeah i remember how pissed i was when we traded him

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    I really liked the time in the playoffs when Kidd ran him over and Kidd just stodd there. Then Williams gets up and shooves him.

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    yeah that was classic.

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    Originally Posted by pyotrveliky
    NOOOO. cancer, undersized PF who jacks 3s, bad D.
    i never understood why he's so bad at free throws.. if you can shoot jumpers, why not back off from the line a few inches and take a jumper, just dont cross the line... its not a rule that you cant jump.

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    Originally Posted by Peach_NYK_21
    Originally Posted by pyotrveliky
    NOOOO. cancer, undersized PF who jacks 3s, bad D.
    i never understood why he's so bad at free throws.. if you can shoot jumpers, why not back off from the line a few inches and take a jumper, just dont cross the line... its not a rule that you cant jump.

    Well, I don't understand how anybody misses free throws but..

    Most good jump shooters are good free throw shooters i.e. Houston, Allen, Nash etc. but its a different mentality. Threes are worth 3 points and free throws are only 1. Still, you gotta make 'em.

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    i was commentating on Walker not all 3 point shooters in the NBA

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    Walker had some good seasons with the Celtics before he was trading. He averaged about a double double.

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    im liking gerald wallace but i doubt he'll sign with ny

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    Originally Posted by NYK Way
    Walker had some good seasons with the Celtics before he was trading. He averaged about a double double.
    thats why the Celtics are performing well again, he just perfroms well in Boston... the celtics are going to be dangerous in the playoffs again next year

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    washington just exercised an option on kwame making him a restricted free agent and saying they might resign him....interesting turn of events. bad tho

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    btw...it is a rule that your feet cannot leave the ground when going in the free throw motion.

    does anyone know which guys were asking to our summer league teams. i know there was some bad press about these guys but i wouldn't mind seeing wheter or not Randolph Morris or Kelenna Azubuike from Kentucky, have any potential. Morris was supposed to be a player in the PJ Brown mold and Kelenna was apparently the one player that carried them in the tournament.

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    Originally Posted by hoop115
    btw...it is a rule that your feet cannot leave the ground when going in the free throw motion.
    its not, the rule is that your feet cannot cross the line, doesnt matter if you go in the air, which is why i wonder why bad free throw shooters llike Duncan, Wallace and Walker, who all have the ability to step back and shoot, dont just back of a step and take a jumper.. o well

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    not to sound like a complete idiot, but i have thought about this same topic in the past and have discussed it with others. that is where i came up with this statement. i actually just looked up the rules & violations of free throw attempts.

    you are correct, the only violations by the shooter would be to take longer than 10secs., cross into the lane or to fake an attempt. the free throw shooter must be in the upper half of the circle when taking the shot.

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    off topic alert.....

    back to the topic at hand,

    Damon Jones decided not to exercise the option year of his contract with the Miami Heat on Thursday and was to become a free agent. Jones, the Heat's starting point guard this past season, had until midnight Thursday to invoke a $2.75 million option for 2005-06. He can negotiate with teams starting Friday, but cannot sign with the Heat or any other club until July 22.

    He's one of several Miami players whose status for next season is still undecided. The Heat are expected to begin negotiating with Shaquille O'Neal on a longer-term deal Friday; O'Neal is owed $30.6 million for the final year of his existing contract with Miami.

    Keyon Dooling, who played a key role as a reserve guard for the Heat, is also expected to become a free agent on Friday although he, too, hasn't ruled out a return to Miami.

    Plus, the team has already extended a qualifying offer to starting power forward Udonis Haslem, a move that gives the Heat the right to match any offer he gets from another club.

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    Ray Allen, Sonics (5 years, $80 million)
    Michael Redd, Bucks (6 years, $85-90 million)
    Larry Hughes, Cavs (5 years, $65-70 million)
    Zydrunas Ilgauskas, Cavs (5 years, $55-60 million)
    Bobby Simmons, Bucks (5 years, $47 million)
    Cuttino Mobley, Clippers (5 years, $42 million)
    Udonis Haslem, Heat (5 years, $32-34 million)
    Dan Gadzuric, Bucks (6 years, $36 million)
    Jerome James, Knicks (5 years, $28-29 million)
    Kwame Brown, Lakers (3 years, $22-24 million)
    Raja Bell, Suns (5 years, $20-25 million)
    Brian Scalabrine, Celtics (5 years, $15 million)
    Fabricio Oberto, Spurs (3 years, $7.5-9 million)
    Arvydas Macijauskas, Hornets (3 years, salary undisclosed)
    Robert Horry, Spurs (terms undisclosed)
    Luke Walton, Lakers (terms undisclosed
    Chris Andersen, Hornets (terms undisclosed)
    Bostjan Nachbar, Hornets (terms undisclosed)
    from espn.com

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