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#41 lakerfandude

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Posted December 12, 2012 - 09:14 PM

pau gasol

12ppg 9rpg 1bpg 42% shooting

dwight howard

18ppg 12rpg 3bpg 58% shooting



Pau 3 finals appearances and 2 championships. Howard 0 finals appearances and 0 championships..

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Posted December 12, 2012 - 09:15 PM

Pau, 2 championships. Howard 0.


pau had prime kobe

dwight had prime hedo turkoglu

your arguments are laughable at best, mentally disabled at worst
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Posted December 12, 2012 - 09:17 PM

Way to defend your stupidity with more stupidity.


What's stupidity is a 9 and 13 record and 12th in the West. That's 2.5 games ahead of the last place record. That's stupidity, lol...

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Posted December 12, 2012 - 09:18 PM

Pau 3 finals appearances and 2 championships. Howard 0 finals appearances and 0 championships..

Pau Gasol couldn't even lead the Grizzles past the first round of the playoffs.


Pau helped us win those two titles. He was a major component of the team. It seems to me that he is just not "hungry" anymore and has lost motivation.

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Posted December 12, 2012 - 09:18 PM

dwight as a #1 option 1 NBA finals win and several playoff series wins

pau as a #1 option 0 playoff wins
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Posted December 12, 2012 - 09:25 PM

Pau 3 finals appearances and 2 championships. Howard 0 finals appearances and 0 championships..


Good job.

Want to bring up Gasol as a #1 option with Memphis?

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Posted December 12, 2012 - 09:25 PM

pau had prime kobe

dwight had prime hedo turkoglu

your arguments are laughable at best, mentally disabled at worst



Pau had prime Kobe? Kobe is shooting and scoring and playing better than he has since the 06-07 season. He is averaging 29.2 per game. He hasn't done that in 6 years. Your statement is far from laughable. Get your facts straight before you make such a statement. You are one funny guy, lol...

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Posted December 12, 2012 - 09:28 PM

Good job.

Want to bring up Gasol as a #1 option with Memphis?


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Posted December 12, 2012 - 09:29 PM

Pau had prime Kobe? Kobe is shooting and scoring and playing better than he has since the 06-07 season. He is averaging 29.2 per game. He hasn't done that in 6 years. Your statement is far from laughable. Get your facts straight before you make such a statement. You are one funny guy, lol...


if you honestly believe kobe is better now then he was back then i have no clue what to tell you other than you probably should start watching a different sport
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Posted December 12, 2012 - 09:34 PM

just being objective here. i don't think bynum was 100% last year even tho he played. came off several knee procedures, had arguably the WORST 3 point shooting team on the perimeter and still impacted the offensive sid of the ball and was more dominating then howard has been for us.


Great point and post. Bynum was harassed and ridiculed by fans last year and continues to be to this day, and yet now that we have better shooters by far, we can't even break .500? How can posters argue this, lol? Howard has done nothing to prove that we are better than last year now that we have him and no Bynum.

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Posted December 12, 2012 - 09:34 PM

LOL, i don't know what this thread has become. the fact is, dwight has been underpreforming, i get he's not 100%, but until he gets back to dwiform, i have to be honest with what i have seen. im not arguing his star like @lakerfandude, im simply saying he has yet to show it, like @lakerfandude has mentioned.


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Posted December 12, 2012 - 09:38 PM

Great point and post. Bynum was harassed and ridiculed by fans last year and continues to be to this day, and yet now that we have better shooters by far, we can't even break .500? How can posters argue this, lol? Howard has done nothing to prove that we are better than last year now that we have him and no Bynum.


howard is averaging better numbers than bynum when he was coming off major back surgery. what does that tell you?
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Posted December 12, 2012 - 09:39 PM

LOL, i don't know what this thread has become. the fact is, dwight has been underpreforming, i get he's not 100%, but until he gets back to dwiform, i have to be honest with what i have seen. im not arguing his star like @lakerfandude, im simply saying he has yet to show it, like @lakerfandude has mentioned.


no he hasn't been as good as a healthy orlando dwight howard. yet he has still been better than bynum. what does that tell you?
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Posted December 12, 2012 - 09:40 PM

i do agree there is a bit of a double standard going on here. i like both bynum and howard, so im looking at things objectively. i agree at both of their peaks, both healthy, dwight is a far better overall player, but bynum is much more skilled offensively. how is that hard to admit?


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Posted December 12, 2012 - 09:40 PM

if you honestly believe kobe is better now then he was back then i have no clue what to tell you other than you probably should start watching a different sport


Not me, it's called stats. Look at his stats from the last 5 years to now. Kobe is trumping those stats this year. If Kobe played and scored as well last year as he is doing this year, we would have beaten the Thunder. He is shooting at .488 this year. That my friend is the best in his 17 year career. Argue that dude...

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Posted December 12, 2012 - 09:44 PM

Not me, it's called stats. Look at his stats from the last 5 years to now. Kobe is trumping those stats this year. If Kobe played and scored as well last year as he is doing this year, we would have beaten the Thunder. He is shooting at .488 this year. That my friend is the best in his 17 year career. Argue that dude...


lol your not even worth the time. you ignore stats when they embarass you, and then now try to use them to prove a point that is completely false.
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Posted December 12, 2012 - 09:46 PM

i do agree there is a bit of a double standard going on here. i like both bynum and howard, so im looking at things objectively. i agree at both of their peaks, both healthy, dwight is a far better overall player, but bynum is much more skilled offensively. how is that hard to admit?


bynum has more touch and better footwork? ok that's fine. dwight is better in every other aspect of the game. what's the point of that argument

ray allen is a better free throw shooter and 3 point shooter, kobe is better in every other aspect of the game. what's the point of that argument
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Posted December 12, 2012 - 09:48 PM

I don't get why they televise games. You can read box scores and know exactly how well everyone played.

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Posted December 12, 2012 - 09:55 PM

so who do you want spotting up for threes, allen or kobe? i would rather bynum posting than dwight. nothing wrong with that. not saying he's a better overall player than dwight. dwight's better in P&R, he well flourish when nash gets back and both are healthy running a heavy dose of it. he's not a back to the basket big. add that to the fact he horrid at the free throw line so people just foul if he does do a good move.


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Posted December 12, 2012 - 09:58 PM

i'd rather have howard in the post because he gets fouled and when nash gets back that just means more kobe and nash trips to the free throw line
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