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Chauncey Bowen Commits to UGA

Discussion in 'Awesome Recruiting' started by wingtee, Jun 10, 2023.

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  1. Wanne15

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    Lebum joined any team that would give him the advantage and has tried to convince the world that he is the goat. The goat doesn’t beg for recognition.
     
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  2. username

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    I didn’t ever say that lol, people are just very sensitive about their MJ. Yeah that list is close probably gotta get shaq in their and dump kobe though. Hot take I know
     
  3. username

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    MJ is so lucky he didn’t have to deal with social media lmao. Again, that comment lacks a ton of detail.

    Is this the LeBum you speak of?
     

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  4. Wanne15

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    MJ didn’t suck up to anyone. He was just a killer. I was against him his entire career but I knew what he was.
     
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    his mentality wasn’t sustainable, even for him. Lebrons longevity is absurd
     
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  6. propagator

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    Thanks all, I've learned so much about the NBA and I don't even watch pro BB.
     
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  7. Skink

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    Me either
     
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  8. Wanne15

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    Jordan played a full 82 games his last season at 40 years old.
     
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  9. tommyvee

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    But MJ did have to deal with the thugs like Laimbeer and Mahorn knocking him to the ground every time he drove to the basket though.
     
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  10. username

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    This is true and I would prefer the NBA go back to that rather than this crying and coddled business they’re in now but that will never happen. Shaq dealt with it, Giannis and Lebron has dealt with it too. Not to the extent of Jordan, but to act like they don’t get beat up in the paint is a lie
     
  11. username

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    And took off multiple seasons in the mean time. Lebron has played so many more games and minutes than MJ. Playoff games too.
     
  12. LS1

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    IMO, there's no such thing as the "greatest of all time" because you can't compare eras. That goes for pretty much every sport, but I guess it's a fun discussion.
     
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  13. kryptonite

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    And who is this MJ, they speak of? I have learned he is a killer and hangs out with thugs on a court.
     
  14. hawaiigator

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    I see a dude that cries about every slight bit of contact. The fact that he is 6’8” and 250lbs is irrelevant.
     
  15. bobbybaker86

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    Already got the UGA bump from Rivals (not that he wasn't deserving of it, it's just ironic once he flips to UGA that he gets bumped in the rankings)

    3 days ago he was ranked the 218 player, now he's 61st. Wonder what changed?????

     
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  16. username

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    lmao so dramatic.


    If that’s all you see you need to open your eyes. The least physical parts of the game are what he is the worst at lmao (3 pt shooting/free throw shooting) he excels at everything that requires contact (rebounding, defense, post play, driving, transition).

    here’s a thought for you-
    Name one player in the NBA that doesn’t cry for fouls now? Due to the stupid rule changes, that is now a part of the game. That is a part of the game that will never go away now, which is very stupid I agree. I saw it in the finals from every single player last night.

    and two….again….every old player/commentator/head coach disagrees with you, they are regularly talking about how Lebron would’ve been great in the physical era. I seriously see it all the time. People who think that are casuals, who can’t apply any context to the modern day game vs the 80s physically driven game
     
  17. hawaiigator

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    K
     
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  18. twodaparty

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    He’s just waiting until signing day for us to swoop in and up our NIL offer. Which we will do and he will sign with the good guys.
     
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  19. twodaparty

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    Does what Kirby said arouse you?
     
  20. Wanne15

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    LeBron would still be crying
     
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