In Case You Missed The 2010-2011 NBA Season

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Daily Cool…. LeBron James x Sons

Brian Cardinal Fires Shots At LeBron

Damn some dude named Brian Cardinal from the Dallas Mavericks, yeah we never heard of him until now either, ethered LeBron James and his mother!!

Damn it is going to be a long summer LeBron and friends. A long hot summer!!

LeBron Has A New Hairdo!!!!

Seems like everyone is picking on LeBron James this week. So I guess we can add to the chuckles.

The Topic of LeBron Gets Skip Bayless All Out of Wack

Now if you know ESPN in the mornings, then you know that Skip Bayless hates him some LeBron James. That is a given, so I am not totally surprised by his outburst on 1st & Ten. But when he lashed out on ESPN writer Chris Broussard claiming he lost his “soul” over a past LeBron James interview, all I could do was say “you tripping Skip.”

See what you started Pip?? Cats is losing they mind!!!

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Writes An Open Letter To Scottie Pippen

So it looks like Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has a thing or few to say about the biggest news Scottie Pippen been in since he tossed a chair on the court back in 95! Yeah it has been that long! So it leads me to think what motives did Pip really have behind those comments? Maybe Holmes has some deep down demons towards Jordan. Or maybe Scottie P just wanted to get his name in the mix like the golden days? Or could it be that he just was talking out the side of his neck? Whatever the case is Kareem and Danny P doesn’t like it!

Now Kareem thinks the praise should go to Wilt and Bill, for reasons he can explain later. However, if you know Danny P then you should know I bleed Gatorade from drinking so much trying to be like Mike. So hands down Bone is my favorite. But I can see how Wilt and Bill should be the standard upon which we measure GOAT’s.

Well anywho, Kareem has penned a letter letting Pippen know that maybe he should check his sports almanac.

How Soon They Forget: An Open Letter to Scottie Pippen

Dear Scottie,

I have nothing but respect for you my friend as an athlete and knowledgeable basketball mind. But you are way off in your assessment of who is the greatest player of all time and the greatest scorer of all time. Your comments are off because of your limited perspective. You obviously never saw Wilt Chamberlain play who undoubtedly was the greatest scorer this game has ever known. When did MJ ever average 50.4 points per game plus 25.7 rebounds? (Wilt in the 1962 season when blocked shot statistics were not kept). We will never accurately know how many shots Wilt blocked. Oh, by the way in 1967 and 68, Wilt was a league leader in assists. Did MJ ever score 100 points in a game? How many times did MJ score more than 60 points in a game? MJ led the league in scoring in consecutive seasons for 10 years but he did this in an NBA that eventually expanded into 30 teams vs. when Wilt played and there were only 8 teams.

Every team had the opportunity to amass a solid nucleus. Only the cream of the basketball world got to play then. So MJ has to be appraised in perspective. His incredible athletic ability, charisma and leadership on the court helped to make basketball popular around the world — no question about that. But in terms of greatness, MJ has to take a backseat to The Stilt.

In terms of winning, Michael excelled as both an emotional and scoring leader but Bill Russell’s Celtics won eight consecutive NBA Championships. Bill’s rebounding average per game is over 22.5 lifetime, MJs best rebounding years was eight per game (1989). But we will never know exactly how many shots Bill Russell blocked because again, they never kept that statistic while he played. However, if you ask anybody that played against Russell, they will just roll their eyes and say he blocked all the shots he wanted to block in the crucial moments of a game.

Bill played on a total of 11 championship teams and as you very well know, Scottie, the ring is the thing, and everything else is just statistics. So I would advise you to do a little homework before crowning Michael or LeBron with the title of best ever. As dominant as he is, LeBron has yet to win a championship. I must say that it looks like Miami has finally put the team together that will change that circumstance. Its my hope that today’s players get a better perspective on exactly what has been done in this league in the days of yore.

Affectionately,
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar,
NBA’s All-Time Leading Scorer

Who Is Paul Azinger???

And why did he call LeBron James a thug?????

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