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tanjot
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just go to this link, and i know no one else will argue as much as they r now...http://www.nj.com/sports/ledger/ind....xml&coll=1

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You mistake arguing for having genuine concerns about match ups. If Vince starts i wish him well trying to keep Timmy off the offensive glass.


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i do suppose that allstar games... i dont think anyone does care about the match ups. it makes sense to have one of the wallaces starting or bosh... i think lebron versus duncan will be good, height versus speed. and carter versus macgrady is always fun to watch. but dammit.... i want bosh in it starting!!!

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Since Flip wants to put all the Pistons at once (and not show favoritism by starting his own men), I say start Bosh or Howard. Then sub Vince in with the 4 Pistons having Vince fill in for Prince.

Its not that I don't think Vince is playing like an all-star starter, because he is, its all about match ups. Afterall, would Vince really complain about being the 5th Piston in a sense?


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it is what it is....

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so he did start afterall, although he had a very dissapointing performance, going in for two monster slams and hitting back rim on both...thats embaressing, but not nearly as embaressing as a regular season home game where kobe missed a wide open basic dunk with no teammates or opponents anywhere near em.

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I remember Jordan missing a breakaway dunk against the Lakers in 92, does that relate to Vince's missed dunks to?
roll eyes (sarcastic)


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so he did start afterall, although he had a very dissapointing performance, going in for two monster slams and hitting back rim on both...thats embaressing, but not nearly as embaressing as a regular season home game where kobe missed a wide open basic dunk with no teammates or opponents anywhere near em.


Actually more people watched the all-star game and Vince knows it, so it was probably more embarrassing in Vince's situation.


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if you are going to dunk on a breakaway or an open lane, make it a spectacular dunk..and thats what vince tried to do, his dunks were MUCH harder than the dunk kobe missed on a breakaway, and by harder i mean difficult and stronger, the first one he missed nearly hit the scoreboard...thats a lot of power incase u did not know, chris bosh could have made the dunk kobe missed, thats how basic it was.

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I remember Jordan missing a breakaway dunk against the Lakers in 92, does that relate to Vince's missed dunks to?
roll eyes (sarcastic)


i remember jordan missing a dunk on a breakaway in the all star game when he was with the wizards in 2002. he did not try to go for one in his final all star game when vince gave up his starting spot to him in the final minutes.

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by final minutes i mean the final minutes b4 the all star game began.

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if you are going to dunk on a breakaway or an open lane, make it a spectacular dunk..and thats what vince tried to do, his dunks were MUCH harder than the dunk kobe missed on a breakaway, and by harder i mean difficult and stronger, the first one he missed nearly hit the scoreboard...thats a lot of power incase u did not know, chris bosh could have made the dunk kobe missed, thats how basic it was.


laughing I think we are smart enough to understand what you meant be harder but thanks anyway.
A dunk is worth 2pts whether its a 360, through the legs, windmill off the glass or a basic throwdown. Same with a miss.
What do you have against Bosh now? Dude is a pure baller and an athletic freak.


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laughing I think we are smart enough to understand what you meant be harder but thanks anyway.
A dunk is worth 2pts whether its a 360, through the legs, windmill off the glass or a basic throwdown. Same with a miss.
What do you have against Bosh now? Dude is a pure baller and an athletic freak.


there you go again...changing the topic and overexaggerating the topic, when did i say i have anything against bosh?? i said "even" he could have made the dunk kobe missed because he is a PF, and PFs are not known for their hops. just trying to get him into the conversation.

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kemp was a powerforward... and he dunked on every *****! in his prime anyways lol him and parton were a classic two punch

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there you go again...changing the topic and overexaggerating the topic, when did i say i have anything against bosh?? i said "even" he could have made the dunk kobe missed because he is a PF, and PFs are not known for their hops. just trying to get him into the conversation.


Coming from the king of changing the topic i'll take that as a compliment. Thanks.


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if you are going to dunk on a breakaway or an open lane, make it a spectacular dunk..and thats what vince tried to do, his dunks were MUCH harder than the dunk kobe missed on a breakaway, and by harder i mean difficult and stronger, the first one he missed nearly hit the scoreboard...thats a lot of power incase u did not know, chris bosh could have made the dunk kobe missed, thats how basic it was.


I don't know if that was a response to me, Kool, or just a general statement. But if it was a response to me, then you missed what I was saying.


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kemp was a powerforward... and he dunked on every *****! in his prime anyways lol him and parton were a classic two punch


i know there have been PFs that have been known for their hops, but there are not many in todays game...and bosh is not known for his hops.

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There are plenty of PF's that are known for their hops its just that they are so tall anyway dunking looks easy. Amare, Howard, KG, Bosh, Brand and J.O. to name a few are all great leapers at the PF position. Its only because they make dunking look so easy compared to the SG and PG that can dunk that you think they are "not known for their hops" (i have used quote marks so you cant accuse me of over exaggerating).


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you wont really know if a pf is good with hops unless they had to dunk on a 12ft rim... then you'd see they could. but why would they risk jumping higher with more chance to injure themselves?

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k. i c ur point. good point.

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