I love to read, absolutely love books and comic books. Huge pro basketball fan and enjoy playing still as well. I travel a lot for work, so I only get to answer questions when I am home. Since I travel so much, a coworker and I have a blog where we review restraunts we visit. You can check it out here: coupleawiseguys.blogger.com I also enjoy watching soccer, rugby and football.
What an egotistical jacka$$.5 AnswersBasketball1 decade ago
I think Wright and Biedrins for GS (more pt for both), Bass and Green for the Mavs (Bass has a year of pt and proved himself and Green has a lot to prove), Conley in Memphis (I just like his game), Hawes in Sacto really turned it on late last year, and I think Outlaw in Portland could be great with more pt.
I am not counting rookies or guys who were injured. Just young players or career bench guys who have a chance to break out9 AnswersBasketball1 decade ago
I am not talking about straight out of HS, so don't answer Kobe, KG, T-Mac et al. I mean guys who went to a college that was not a division 1 school. Mine are: Karl "Mail Fraud" Malone (kills me to admit that, but it's true), Scottie Pippin and Terry Porter. Jerome Kersey would be my alternate.3 AnswersBasketball1 decade ago
and have the number one pick in the draft. The top five players each play a different position (1,2,3,4, and 5), and all have similar stats and abilities with no injury history or attitude/legal issues. Which position do you draft and why?
I say point guard. I think an excellent point guard makes an average center good or a good center great. An excellent center may put up fantastic stats but doesn't necessarily win a lot of games or a championship. I feel the same about the other positions. Who would you draft and why?5 AnswersBasketball1 decade ago