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Thread: ABCD will become theGOAT33 at the start of the 2011-2012 season!

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    Default ABCD will become theGOAT33 at the start of the 2011-2012 season!

    I'm just announcing it so that when you see theGOAT33, you all know who it is.

    The name stands for "the Greatest of all time."

    The number is in honor of the Knicks' G.O.A.T. Patrick Ewing & Starbury when he was a Net.




    Ewing: 3x Eastern Conference Champion[1994, 1999, 2009].


    3x All Star[2001, 2003, 2010]
    Last edited by theGOAT33; Dec 17, 2010 at 21:25.

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    I like the move. ABCD will have his jersey retired, get inducted into the KO hall of fame, and theGOAT33 will continue to his legacy.
    Last edited by abcd; Jan 22, 2011 at 03:17.

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    This thread belongs on top of every KO section .. its perfect

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    I like both names but theGOAT33 is great, i agree with what u said....I actually think Starbury and Ewing were the two greatest players to ever wear number 33

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    Originally Posted by abcd
    I like the move. ABCD will have his jersey retired, get inducted into the KO hall of fame, and theGOAT33 will continue to his legacy.
    Did you just respond if you were another person, if so that's pretty funny. I like theGOAT33 better.

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    both are great but i like theGOAT33 better. but dude long as you keep posting bruh, you bring the truth all the time bro.

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    Originally Posted by DaTPRiNCE
    both are great but i like theGOAT33 better. but dude long as you keep posting bruh, you bring the truth all the time bro.
    agreed, the three of us are legends on here

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    Originally Posted by KingStarbury3
    agreed, the three of us are legends on here
    word bro, this site would be completely different without us 3 + metro, kiya, toons, LJ kblack and a couple others were legends haha

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    Originally Posted by KingStarbury3
    I like both names but theGOAT33 is great, i agree with what u said....I actually think Starbury and Ewing were the two greatest players to ever wear number 33
    Larry Bird has a bone to pick with you.

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    Ya'll know I love me some Ewing. Good move. And, yeah, this funny as hell.

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    Originally Posted by KBlack25
    Larry Bird has a bone to pick with you.
    lol I was waitin for this

    *Thinks of a way to get myself outta this*

    All those old players from the 80s played in a different, less physical and athletic era

    All the 80's stars would be role players at best if they played now

    Magic Johnson = Grant Hill (2010 hill)

    Bird = Kapono

    Barkley = Mbah a Moute

    Jordan = Vince carter (2010 vince)

    Moses Malone = Kurt thomas (not sure if hes still playin but he did last year)

    Jame Worthy = D League Antoine Walker

    Kevin Mchale = Timofey Mozgov

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    I'm giving this 5 stars because it made me laugh


    Edit: ABCD has inspired me, I think I'm gonna go through a name change to lol.

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    Originally Posted by KingStarbury3
    lol I was waitin for this

    *Thinks of a way to get myself outta this*

    All those old players from the 80s played in a different, less physical and athletic era

    All the 80's stars would be role players at best if they played now

    Magic Johnson = Grant Hill (2010 hill)

    Bird = Kapono

    Barkley = Mbah a Moute

    Jordan = Vince carter (2010 vince)

    Moses Malone = Kurt thomas (not sure if hes still playin but he did last year)

    Jame Worthy = D League Antoine Walker

    Kevin Mchale = Timofey Mozgov
    I disagree with your assessments completely. Jordan = Vince Carter? Please...Carter jams his finger and he's out for a month. MJ had heart and determination beyond anything we can imagine, plus MJ played (and beat, to my detriment) against the roughest Knicks teams ever (Oakley and Mason smacking dudes around).

    I disagree that the 80s were softer. In the day of hand checks (today), the league rules have changed to protect the scorer, they've added levels of flagrant fouling. To me, this league is MUCH softer (even if more athletic) than the one from the 90s and 80s.

    And it's hard to compare athleticism, because in today's day and age we have weight training and exercise sciences beyond what we could have imagined in the 80s, when they barely even had gatorade. These talents, growing up now, would have gone to Nike Basketball Camp, been groomed since the 6th grade with strict training and diet regimes designed to boost their speed, ability and strength. So it's totally impossible to compare.

    But I can't disagree more with your comparisons.

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    Originally Posted by KingStarbury3
    lol I was waitin for this

    *Thinks of a way to get myself outta this*

    All those old players from the 80s played in a different, less physical and athletic era

    All the 80's stars would be role players at best if they played now

    Magic Johnson = Grant Hill (2010 hill)

    Bird = Kapono

    Barkley = Mbah a Moute

    Jordan = Vince carter (2010 vince)

    Moses Malone = Kurt thomas (not sure if hes still playin but he did last year)

    Jame Worthy = D League Antoine Walker

    Kevin Mchale = Timofey Mozgov
    This is some of the dumbest shat I've seen on KO! ALL OF THOSE GUYS ARE TOP 50 PLAYERS!!

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    Originally Posted by KBlack25
    I disagree with your assessments completely. Jordan = Vince Carter? Please...Carter jams his finger and he's out for a month. MJ had heart and determination beyond anything we can imagine, plus MJ played (and beat, to my detriment) against the roughest Knicks teams ever (Oakley and Mason smacking dudes around).

    I disagree that the 80s were softer. In the day of hand checks (today), the league rules have changed to protect the scorer, they've added levels of flagrant fouling. To me, this league is MUCH softer (even if more athletic) than the one from the 90s and 80s.

    And it's hard to compare athleticism, because in today's day and age we have weight training and exercise sciences beyond what we could have imagined in the 80s, when they barely even had gatorade. These talents, growing up now, would have gone to Nike Basketball Camp, been groomed since the 6th grade with strict training and diet regimes designed to boost their speed, ability and strength. So it's totally impossible to compare.

    But I can't disagree more with your comparisons.
    just take a look at the role players from back then, those guys were scrubs

    Jordan was still a chump, the refs carried that bum

    Vince >> Mgay

    Kevin Love >> anyone from the 80's

    90's players were sorta softer too

    Originally Posted by ronoranina
    This is some of the dumbest shat I've seen on KO! ALL OF THOSE GUYS ARE TOP 50 PLAYERS!!
    In whose top 50? Most of the top 50 players all time are still in the nba

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