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Post by Eric Iverso » Wed, 13 Jan 1999 04:00:00


...GOODBYE!

Just had to come out of retirement myself
and say "Jordan, don't let the door hit
you in the ***on the way out!"

What a jerk--he delays the negotiations
to end the lockout, knowing the whole time
that he wasn't coming back. If there was
any time the NBA needed him, it's now.

Truly, I only wish he had the guts to stick
around and face losing again like he did in
his first 9 years in the league, losing to
the Isiah Thomas-led Pistons.

--Eric

 
 
 

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Post by F. Barl » Thu, 14 Jan 1999 04:00:00


Quote:

>What a jerk--he delays the negotiations
>to end the lockout, knowing the whole time
>that he wasn't coming back. If there was
>any time the NBA needed him, it's now.

Care to provide the proof for us that it was Jordan who delayed the
negotiations?  Last time I checked, the 5 players who voted against the
deal for Ewing, Mutombo, Mourning, Howard, and McIlvaine, as well as
reportedly Shaq and Kobe.  You got any beef, take it up with them.  Jordan
didn't even vote.

Quote:
>Truly, I only wish he had the guts to stick
>around and face losing again like he did in
>his first 9 years in the league, losing to
>the Isiah Thomas-led Pistons.

First 9 years?  Only the first 6 years.  During his 7th season, 1991, he
won the first of his 6 titles.  Where are you getting your facts?  Fudden?

 
 
 

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Post by Eric Iverso » Thu, 14 Jan 1999 04:00:00

Quote:


> >What a jerk--he delays the negotiations
> >to end the lockout, knowing the whole time
> >that he wasn't coming back. If there was
> >any time the NBA needed him, it's now.

> Care to provide the proof for us that it was Jordan who delayed the
> negotiations?

No, but I did see a news story several months ago where
Jordan said "see you in January." The implication was that
he could, with his influence, speed things up but
decided to skip town instead.

Quote:
> Last time I checked, the 5 players who voted against the
> deal for Ewing, Mutombo, Mourning, Howard, and McIlvaine, as well as
> reportedly Shaq and Kobe.  You got any beef, take it up with them.  Jordan
> didn't even vote.

Ha! The jerk didn't even vote.

Quote:
> >Truly, I only wish he had the guts to stick
> >around and face losing again like he did in
> >his first 9 years in the league, losing to
> >the Isiah Thomas-led Pistons.

> First 9 years?  Only the first 6 years.  During his 7th season, 1991, he
> won the first of his 6 titles.  Where are you getting your facts?  Fudden?

True he was only spanked in the playoffs for his first 6,
though during the Isiah Thomas years, the Pistons have
the better record in games vs Jordan and his Bulls. That's
where I get 9 years. My bad.

--Eric

 
 
 

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Post by B » Thu, 14 Jan 1999 04:00:00

Quote:


> >Truly, I only wish he had the guts to stick
> >around and face losing again like he did in
> >his first 9 years in the league, losing to
> >the Isiah Thomas-led Pistons.

> First 9 years?  Only the first 6 years.  During his 7th season, 1991, he
> won the first of his 6 titles.  Where are you getting your facts?  Fudden?

And if Chicago had returned unchanged...exactly what team would have
improved to the point of beating them?  An intact Chicago would have won
another title, and we all would have known this before the first game.

Question to Judden:  If Pippen returns to the bulls, and Chicago signs
their key fa's and acquire some random, decent (not great) shooting
guard...will they win another title?  According to you they should,
since Jordan was the weak link on the Bulls' teams, right?  We may get a
chance to put your theory to the test.  Of course you'll come up with
some other reason that they can't win a ring w/o Mike, but the masses
know and understand that Chicago, w/o Mike, can't go all the way.

B

 
 
 

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Post by CBolloc » Thu, 14 Jan 1999 04:00:00

Quote:
> Last time I checked, the 5 players who voted against the
>> deal for Ewing, Mutombo, Mourning, Howard, and McIlvaine, as well as
>> reportedly Shaq and Kobe.

That adds up to 7, which I don't quite understand.  However, I'm not at all
suprised that McIlvaine would vote against, considering he is a no-talent
overpaid bum (and I'm a Sonics fan) - at least the other guys have some real
talent, McIlvaine is a 7'1" stiff who gets paid more than some GOOD centers in
the league.

(Sorry for straying off topic here, but when someone brings up the "M" word, I
get kind of upset!)

 
 
 

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Post by Meganet7 » Thu, 14 Jan 1999 04:00:00

That song is one of the greatest....by
STEAM  a group put together for that song
alone !!  as for MJ....why would he retire
now ??  only 1/2 the season to go ??  he
can coast ....something doesnt figure here ??
 
 
 

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Post by Air_Jud.. » Thu, 14 Jan 1999 04:00:00



Quote:
> And if Chicago had returned unchanged...exactly what team would have
> improved to the point of beating them?  An intact Chicago would have won
> another title, and we all would have known this before the first game.

       Many teams were ready to crush foolish jordon and the Bulls.

       SuperKnicks
       Sixers
       Wizzards
       Pacers

       These 4 teams would all crush the Bulls in the playoffs.  However,
       the Bulls would get to the 2nd round.  Pippen has never been defeated
       in the first round.  Now, without Pippen, the Bulls wouldn't make the
       playoffs, unless they signed the Spoon, and then they would win the
       championship -- jordon or not.

Quote:
> Question to Judden:  If Pippen returns to the bulls, and Chicago signs
> their key fa's and acquire some random, decent (not great) shooting
> guard...will they win another title?

      Yes.  If they can re-sign Jud Buechler, Scott Burrell, Steve Kerr,
      Joe Kleine, Rusty LaRue, Luc Longley, Scottie Pippen, Dennis Rodman,
     ***ey Simpkins, Bill Wennington they will most certainly win the title.

      These players had an uncommon chemistry--which they had to have, in
      order to overcome Foolish jordon the albatross.

 According to you they should,

Quote:
> since Jordan was the weak link on the Bulls' teams, right?  We may get a
> chance to put your theory to the test.

      Judden hopes they do.  It will be funny listening to your jordon
      jockers explain it away.

  Of course you'll come up with

Quote:
> some other reason that they can't win a ring w/o Mike, but the masses
> know and understand that Chicago, w/o Mike, can't go all the way.

      And with Mike they can?  Ok.  Explain why jordon couldn't get out of the
      first round without Pippen.

      ...still waiting.

      Oh, BTW, Judden did the ring count that you like to bring up.  You
      said the Scott Williams vs. Hakeem Olajuwon ring count doesn't count
      because Williams never led the team in scoring.

      Fair enough.  Sam Jones has 10 rings.  jordon had 10.  During the
      reign of the Celtics, Jones was a leading scorer, so by your own
      account, Sam Jones is the greatest guard of all time.  Correct?

Judden

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Post by Dave Mee » Thu, 14 Jan 1999 04:00:00


Quote:



>> And if Chicago had returned unchanged...exactly what team would have
>> improved to the point of beating them?  An intact Chicago would have won
>> another title, and we all would have known this before the first game.

>       Many teams were ready to crush foolish jordon and the Bulls.

>       SuperKnicks
>       Sixers

So... the Sixers, with the 'Spoon, could not even come close to making
the playoffs in a watered down league...    They were the 2nd worst team
in their conference.  

The Golden State Warriors, with the 'Spoon, couldn't make the playoffs
in a watered down league.  They were the 3rd worst team in their conference.

Quote:
>       These 4 teams would all crush the Bulls in the playoffs.  However,
>       the Bulls would get to the 2nd round.  Pippen has never been defeated
>       in the first round.  Now, without Pippen, the Bulls wouldn't make the
>       playoffs, unless they signed the Spoon, and then they would win the

Signing the 'Spoon is the surest way to ensure your team's rapid demise.
Consider his career:

        Year    Team    GamesWon        Notes
        91-92   76ers   35              No Spoon
        92-93   76ers   26              Spoon's rookie season
        93-94   76ers   25              Spoon's best statistical season
        94-95   76ers   24              Spoon begins his decline
        95-96   76ers   18              it's getting ugly
        96-97   76ers   22              he's losing favor...
        97-98   76ers   ~14 (in 48gms)  only playing 27mpg now... he sucks...
                GS      ~11 (in 31gms)  yikes... he really sucks...

No team with the Spoon on it has finished with more than 26 wins (note:  even
Judden acknowledges that the 76ers did better in the 2nd half of last season,
which is after they got rid of Spoon).  He even found himself being used
less and less in his final season, on a team that really, really sucked..

Quote:
>      Fair enough.  Sam Jones has 10 rings.  jordon had 10.  During the

LIE!!!   Jordon did NOT have 10 rings...

Whatever happend to Mr. Infallible?

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Post by Air_Jud.. » Fri, 15 Jan 1999 04:00:00



Quote:
> >Truly, I only wish he had the guts to stick
> >around and face losing again like he did in
> >his first 9 years in the league, losing to
> >the Isiah Thomas-led Pistons.

> First 9 years?  Only the first 6 years.  During his 7th season, 1991, he
> won the first of his 6 titles.  Where are you getting your facts?  Fudden?

     No...he went to your website.

     Ooops...almost forgot...you aren't smart enough to figure out how
     to make one.  Too bad, so sad.

     BTW, you gonna answer Judden's question about who u gonna start jocking
     now?

Judden

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Post by Air_Jud.. » Fri, 15 Jan 1999 04:00:00



[trolling snipped]

Quote:
> >      Fair enough.  Sam Jones has 10 rings.  jordon had 10.  During the

> LIE!!!   Jordon did NOT have 10 rings...

> Whatever happend to Mr. Infallible?

    You lie.  Didn't say jordon has 10 championship rings.

    *flush*

Judden

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Post by F. Barl » Fri, 15 Jan 1999 04:00:00


Quote:

>     Ooops...almost forgot...you aren't smart enough to figure out how
>     to make one.  Too bad, so sad.

Poor Fudden, now that Jordan has left, what will you do? You are in a
worse situation than Ahmad Rashaad.

Quote:

>     BTW, you gonna answer Judden's question about who u gonna start jocking
>     now?

Nothing like beating a dead horse, huh Fudden?  I will always be a Bulls
fan.  The real question is, who will you bash, now that Jordan is gone?
Quote:

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Post by F. Barl » Fri, 15 Jan 1999 04:00:00



Quote:

>Ha! The jerk didn't even vote.

Well, why should he vote, if he is no longer going to play?
 
 
 

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Post by J.O.L » Fri, 15 Jan 1999 04:00:00

Quote:



> >Ha! The jerk didn't even vote.

> Well, why should he vote, if he is no longer going to play?

Because at the time when the players were voting he hadn't announced
his retirement yet.  Why you ask? Because he supposedly wanted to
remain in a position where he could help the players.  But if he
wanted to help the players, why didn't he vote?

                                                                J.O.L.

 
 
 

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Post by VIPNetsF » Fri, 15 Jan 1999 04:00:00

Quote:

>Signing the 'Spoon is the surest way to
>ensure your team's rapid demise.

No, Spoon simply does not cast his pearls
before swine.  The 76'ers traded for Coleman
while Spoon was on the roster.  The Warriors
traded for Caffey, and drafted Jamison.

Did Moses ever become Pharoah, and lead
the Egyptians to the promised land? NO!  And
likewise Spoon will never part the seas until
he has found a team of true faith.

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Post by Dave Mee » Fri, 15 Jan 1999 04:00:00


Quote:



>[trolling snipped]

>> >      Fair enough.  Sam Jones has 10 rings.  jordon had 10.  During the

>> LIE!!!   Jordon did NOT have 10 rings...

>> Whatever happend to Mr. Infallible?

>    You lie.  Didn't say jordon has 10 championship rings.

>    *flush*

You double lie.  I do not mention anything about 'championship' rings...

*flush*
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