Kevin Durant or Greg Oden?

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  1. Iceodu921

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  2. double ML

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    both players will be good in the nba, but good big men are harder to come by

    i'd take oden with my #1 pick

    but i don't think you could go wrong with either guy
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  3. Mr ExZ

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    huh? dog are you fuckin retarted? didnt you say 9 times outta 10 a big men will go higher in the draft then a forward?

    and then i posted up top five draft picks of last year, four of which who were forwards?

    now your tellin me to go cross check 15 other players blah blah all some dumb shit that i didnt even really read.. the fuck for? sayin i prooved your point for you or some shit lmao.. i already prooved your a moron, why would i go make a project out of it

    lol you cant even quote right= you will not get another reply from me acknowledging your legally retarted ass
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  4. Iceodu921

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    Translation=iceodu sonned me. Cant agrue with his logic so lets make fun of his quoting ability.[funny] .

    lol @ you thinking 1 year in which the big men were very weak changes the history of the entire nba draft. your not in my league kid.
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  5. Mr ExZ

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    Andrew Bogut 7-0 251 C Utah So.
    Marvin Williams 6-8 228 SF UNC Fr.
    Deron Williams 6-3 202 PG Illinois Jr.
    Chris Paul 6-1 178 PG Wake Forest So.
    Raymond Felton 6-1 200 PG UNC Jr.
    Martell Webster 6-7 230 SG/SF WA HSSr.
    Charlie Villanueva 6-10 237 PF Conn So.

    thats the top seven from the 2005 draft.. 1 center out of the top 7.. lol u just make it to easy
    translation= you dont know shit about sports.. and i sonned u with logic.. then proceeded to point out your stupidity cause you cant work an internet forum you've been a member of for three years
    your a joke :)
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  6. Mr ExZ

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    Dwight Howard 6-10 240 PF GA HSSr.
    Emeka Okafor 6-10 257 PF/C UConn Jr.
    Ben Gordon 6-2 192 PG UConn Jr.
    Shaun Livingston 6-7 186 PG IL HSSr.
    Devin Harris 6-3 170 PG Wisconsin Jr.
    Josh Childress 6-7 196 SG/SF Stanford Jr.
    Luol Deng 6-8 220 SF Duke Fr.

    top seven from 04.. once again, one center

    so i think thats a pretty good smack in the face to you actually being the one who dont know shit about the history of the draft

    Get the fuck outta here
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  7. double ML

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    iceod does lack sports knowledge.
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  8. Mr ExZ

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    Lebron James 6-8 245 PG/SG Akron OH HSSr.
    Darko Milicic 7-1 253 PF (Serbia-Montenegro) 1985
    Carmelo Anthony 6-7 234 SF Syracuse Fr.
    Chris Bosh 6-11 210 PF Georgia Tech Fr.
    Dwyane Wade 6-5 212 SG Marquette Jr.
    Chris Kaman 7-0 255 C Central Michigan Jr.
    Kirk Hinrich 6-4 190 PG Kansas Sr.
    TJ Ford 6-0 162 PG Texas So.
    Mike Sweetney 6-8 260 PF Georgetown Jr.
    Jarvis Hayes 6-7 220 SG/SF Georgia Jr.
    Mickaël Pietrus 6-6 200 SG/SF (France) 1982
    Nick Collison 6-10 255 PF Kansas Sr.
    Marcus Banks 6-1 200 PG UNLV Sr.
    Luke Ridnour 6-2 175 PG Oregon Jr.
    Reece Gaines 6-6 185 PG/SG Louisville Sr.
    Troy Bell 6-1 183 PG Boston College Sr.
    Zarko Cabarkapa 6-11 230 SF/PF (Serbia-Montenegro) 1981
    David West 6-9 232 PF Xavier Sr.
    Aleksandar Pavlovic 6-7 207 SG/SF (Serbia-Montenegro) 1983
    Dahntay Jones 6-6 210 SG Duke Sr.
    Boris Diaw 6-9 201 PG/SG (France) 1982
    Zoran Planinic 6-8 195 PG/SG (Croatia) 1982
    Travis Outlaw 6-9 190 SF Starkville MS HSSr.
    Brian Cook 6-10 240 SF/PF Illinois Sr.
    Carlos Delfino 6-7 191 SG/SF (Argentina) 1982
    Ndudi Ebi 6-9 202 SF/PF Houston TX HSSr.
    Kendrick Perkins 6-10 280 PF/C Beaumont, TX HSSr.
    *Leandrinho Barbosa 6-3 190 PG (Brazil) 1982
    Josh Howard 6-6 203 SG/SF Wake Forest Sr.
    Maciej Lampe 7-0 240 SF/PF (Poland) 1985

    theres top thirty from 2003.. two centers.. and one was pf/c lmfao.. i guess you can just chalk all this up to.. how did you word it?
    i guess thats three years in a row they were VERY VERY weak.. lmfaooo.. ive said it from the begning.. u dnot know shit about ball

    i just literally defined the word SONNED
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  9. Mr ExZ

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    lol peep the post below the one you just made.. icing on the cake
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  10. Iceodu921

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    hmm are you retarded? big men go 1 and 2 in this draft? how dumb could you be.
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    once again proving my point for me.. look at this draft you have a player who no1 has really seen play whose one of the youngest people to ever be drafted. he goes #2 ahead of a melo who had one of the best ncaa tourneys in history. bron goes ahead of him but ya hes just the most hyped player to come around since kareem.

    again my point is that big men go before guards/small forwards. your going by sheer numbers which again goes back to my previous post. yes more small forwards and guards go in the first rd but thats because THEIR ARE MORE THEN THEM. You go by percentage of the players. the percentage will go for big men over the small forward and guards every time. Their is more of a need for big men and guards and small forwards have to be more polished to get a first rd pick. Just look at the other guy from china, hes gonna get his shot and he cant even move at all. I honestly cant believe this needs explaining.

    Damn try and give me a challenge if your gonna argue with me.
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  12. Iceodu921

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    and of course the last couple of drafts have been weak for big men, how many fucking good big men are there even in the league at this time.. now let me just son you with this last bit of knowledge..look at the #1 picks since 1945

    2006 Toronto Andrea Bargnani Italy
    2005 Milwaukee Andrew Bogut Utah (c)
    2004 Orlando Dwight Howard (HS) Georgia
    2003 Cleveland LeBron James (HS) Ohio (c)
    2002 Houston Yao Ming Shanghai, China (c)
    2001 Washington Kwame Brown (HS) Georgia (pf/c)
    2000 New Jersey Kenyon Martin Cincinnati (pf)
    1999 Chicago Elton Brand Duke (pf)
    1998 LA Clippers Michael Olowokandi Pacific (c)
    1997 San Antonio Tim Duncan Wake Forest (pf/c)
    1996 Philadelphia Allen Iverson Georgetown
    1995 Golden State Joe Smith Maryland (pf)
    1994 Milwaukee Glenn Robinson Purdue
    1993 Orlando Chris Webber Michigan (pf)
    1992 Orlando Shaquille O'Neal LSU (c)
    1991 Charlotte Larry Johnson UNLV (sf/pf)
    1990 New Jersey Derrick Coleman Syracuse (pf)
    1989 Sacramento Pervis Ellison Louisville (c)
    1988 LA Clippers Danny Manning Kansas (pf/c)
    1987 San Antonio David Robinson Navy (c)
    1986 Cleveland Brad Daugherty North Carolina (c)
    1985 New York Patrick Ewing Georgetown (c)
    1984 Houston Akeem Olajuwon Houston (c)
    1983 Houston Ralph Sampson Virginia (c)
    1982 LA Lakers James Worthy North Carolina
    1981 Dallas Mark Aguirre DePaul
    1980 Golden State Joe Barrry Carroll Purdue
    1979 LA Lakers Earvin Johnson Michigan State
    1978 Portland Mychal Thompson Minnesota
    1977 Milwaukee Kent Benson Indiana (c)
    1976 Houston John Lucas Maryland
    1975 Atlanta David Thompson North Carolina State
    1974 Portland Bill Walton UCLA (c)
    1973 Philadelphia Doug Collins Illinois State
    1972 Portland LaRue Martin Loyola (Ill.) (c)
    1971 Cleveland Austin Carr Notre Dame
    1970 Detroit Bob Lanier St. Bonaventure (pf/c)
    1969 Milwaukee Lew Alcindor UCLA (c)
    1968 San Diego Elvin Hayes Houston (pf/c)
    1967 Detroit Jimmy Walker Providence
    1966 New York Cazzie Russell Michigan
    1965 San Francisco Fred Hetzel Davidson (pf/c)
    1964 New York Jim Barnes Texas Western (pf/c)
    1963 New York Art Heyman Duke
    1962 Chicago Bill McGill Utah
    1961 Chicago Walt Bellamy Indiana
    1960 Cincinnati Oscar Robertson Cincinnati
    1959 Cincinnati Bob Boozer Kansas State
    1958 Minneapolis Elgin Baylor Seattle
    1957 Cincinnati Rod Hundley West Virginia
    1956 Rochester Sihugo Green Duquesne
    1955 Milwaukee Dick Ricketts Duquesne
    1954 Baltimore Frank Selvy Furman
    1953 Philadelphia Ernie Beck Pennsylvania
    1952 Milwaukee Mark Workman West Virginia
    1951 Baltimore Gene Melchiorre Bradley
    1950 Boston Charlie Share Bowling Green
    1949 Providence Howie Shannon Kansas State
    1948 Providence Andy Tonkovich Marshall
    1947 Pittsburgh Clifton Neeley Texas Western

    didnt feel like going through the whole list but you get the point.

    Now anything else?
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  13. Gorilla Nasty

    Gorilla Nasty I'm lame TBH

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    Xzereous you're wrong man. You know it too. Quit being a big baby and just admit that the "basketball expert" or w/e you claim to be got sonned by the "moron". It's a big mans league, always has and always will be. And I hate Ice so don't go trying to say we're buddies either.
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  14. Mr ExZ

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    lmfaooooooo notice how homie just didnt put the position they play next to there name if it wasnt a center hahahaha htats on some next level retard shit

    its like the blind leadin the blind with a combination of gorrilla cunt n iced-bag

    your mouths both must reak of toilet water with all the shit sports knowledge you talk

    your not on the level of the king.. step back my children and shine my shoes
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  15. Iceodu921

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    i did that to prove my point if their not a center/pf i left it blank..

    any retard shouldve been able to figure that out.

    you lost move on.
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  16. Mr ExZ

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    ^^ you barely deserve to give me a sponge bath

    use extra soap hun
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  17. Gorilla Nasty

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    Normally I wouldn't care except for the fact that you mentioned my name.

    Your last two posts are literally worthless. You made virtually no attempt at making a point. You just rambled about some very stupid stuff about how you're supposedly great, yet you know you're wrong, you play college basketball and that makes it even worse. There's nothing great about not being able to admit you're wrong, and there's nothing great about trying to be somebody else. Which brings me to my next point:

    You're not Double. That's Double's bit, he does it and it usually sucks and we clown him, or it's funny (to me at least). There was no even slight indication of humor in those posts though I'm sure you tried being Double. So let's stick to being ourselves and start fighting winning battles OK bud?
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  18. double ML

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    double's "bit" always kills all y'all weak ass non-logic and brings down the house.


    double is THE sports expert
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  19. Mr ExZ

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    haha tried being double what the fuck? i why would i admit to being wrong when i smacked you two kids in the face with knowledge n left the facts dripping down your pathetic cheeks

    make sure my sponge bath has bubbles too.. you can dry from my dick down.. n ill leave the rest of my body to the cunt of equal retardedness whos been agreeing with you

    y would i jack neone elses swagger when mine is unmatched? even double himself wishes he was me :)
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  20. double ML

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    no. if i was you, then i'd wish i was me


    you can't stop me no matter who i am!

    [funny]
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