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Monday, November 17th, 2008 at 9:02 am  |  81 responses

The Post Up: Dallas, Phoenix Figure It Out

While Detroit takes down those Lakers.

by Holly MacKenzie

Okay, since I’ve got some lengthy game notes coming your way this is going to be a bit shorter than the usual.

First, before we begin. Thoughts and prayers are going out to Leandro Barbosa and his entire family. If you haven’t heard, Leandro lost his mother, Ivete Barbosa, last Thursday night. He flew to Brazil to be with her and wherever he may be in this world at the present moment, my thoughts are with him.

Props to the Detroit Pistons for taking down the Lakers on Friday night. I am a lot of things, but I am a gracious loser… At least, when Allen Iverson is involved.

Beautiful game from the Pistons. Anyone else feel like the arrival of Ivy has entirely re-motivated and re-ignited the fire that has been fading inside of Sheed? Wow. This could end up being really, really, really great for Detroit. Dumars may just end up looking like a complete genius for this one.

The ball movement. How Iverson’s speed can allow him to hop, skip, jump and drive into the paint and then either flip the ball up for two or dish it out to a teammate, makes him very, very dangerous. It’s only been a few games, but I feel like this is a different situation entirely, than the one on Denver and I like it.

L.A. Well, it was just a horrifically awful effort on their part. When Kwame is outplaying your starting big man, you have a problem.

Onto the weekend. Weekend was good. I absolutely loved the Raptors/Heat game yesterday and I was lucky enough to have been able to sit down wth Shaun Livingston and talk with him about his knee. Very thankful I got to talk to him, since he’s been plastered up in SLAM forever.

Hope you guys caught the Milwaukee/Boston game on Saturday night. Milwaukee taking the C’s to overtime without Villanueva and after Andrew Bogut had been ejected. That was a great game. The Celtics prevailed in the extra session, but I was happy to see Ridnour play so well.

ANTHONY MORROW.

Yeah. What a game from this guy. Undrafted rookie. First career start. “Little Steve.” 37 points. 37 points on 15-20 from the floor. This was an incredible performance as the Warriors took down the Clippers. When you have Coach Nelson saying this is one of the most exciting things he’s seen, you know you’ve done something special.

How about the Warriors as a whole? Nelson, Morrow, Buike and Watson. Four undrafted guys who have found a home in the Bay. It feels right to me and I officially claimed those guys as my team this weekend. Stressful moment, but there really is no need to fight it any longer. I will always bleed purple and gold, but this franchise just makes me so proud with their fight each and every night.

Happy 26th birthday to Amare Stoudemire.

Orlando 90 Charlotte 85

In a game that appeared as though the Bobcats would prevail, the Magic snuck away with a 90-85 victory. While Charlotte discovered that the best way to beat the Magic would be to beat Dwight, they did not quote keep him on the bench long enough. In foul trouble the entire game, Howard finished with only 26 minutes before fouling out. Because of his limited minutes, the Magic needed someone to stop up, this time, they had an entire team of players ready to do so. With the Bobcats leading and the game close in the third, the Magic were able to outscore Charlotte 27-18 in the period to take a lead into the fourth and then go away with the victory. Howard finished the game with only 4 points after going scoreless from the floor. Hedo Turkoglu stepped up with 20 points while Mickael Pietrus scored 18 and Rashard Lewis added 17. Gerald Wallace led the Bobcats with 19 points while Adam Morrison and Raymond Felton added 14 points apiece.

Move! Get out the way!Phoenix 104 Detroit 86

After their big games in Golden State and Los Angeles it only made since that the Pistons would have a bad outing. Luckily for the Suns, still shorthanded with Leandro Barbosa and Matt Barnes out of the lineup, they decided to stumble while in Phoenix. After Shaquille O’Neal was ejected with a flagrant-2 foul on Rodney Stuckey, the Phoenix lead was cut to only eight. This did not last for long as the Suns busted open the game by the half and held a fifteen point lead at the half, 61-46. The second half was more of the same for the Suns as the Pistons could not catch up. Amare Stoudemire scored 29 points and grabbed 11 rebounds for Phoenix. Steve Nash had 17 points and 7 assists in his return from his one game suspension and O’Neal had 12 points before his ejection. Richard Hamilton led Detroit with 19 points as Stuckey added 12 from the bench and Rasheed Wallace had 11 points and 9 rebounds in the loss.

San Antonio 90 Sacramento 88

The Spurs needed to win this one and they did, but it was tougher than they may have anticipated. Still, a win is a win and they gladly took it, since things are looking a little bit dim in San Antonio these days. In a battle with the Kings in the fourth quarter, the Spurs looked to their defense to get them out. It did, as they outscored Sacramento 23-16 in the period to escape with the win. Down the stretch it was Tim Duncan for San Antonio, as he tied the game with less than a minute to play and then hit a bank shot to give the Spurs their 90-88 lead. The Kings got the ball back after Duncan had bricked free throws with 2.3 seconds remaining, but Quincy Douby’s three-point attempt ended up as an airball. Duncan led the Spurs with 20 points and 10 rebounds as Michael Finley scored 21 and Roger Mason had 18. John Salmons poured in 31 for the Kings as Beno Udrih added 16.

Dallas 124 New York 114 OT

With New York impressing and the Mavericks not looking so impressive this was an interesting match up as it still appeared that despite the records, Dallas should take this one. They did, but it took them overtime to do it. With Dirk Nowitzki scoring 26 points in the first half and 39 overall, the Knicks still managed to find themselves in this one at the end of regulation as they allowed Dallas to cut a 15-point deficit and come back in the fourth. With the Knicks going scoreless for the final 2:24 seconds of regulation and then continuing to go scoreless from the floor in the extra session, the Mavs closed out the game on a 19-2 run and that was the ballgame. In addition to Nowitzki’s night, Josh Howard added 31 points and 14 rebounds while Dirk also pulled down 15 boards. Jason Terry added 20 points off of the bench for Dallas. Zach Randolph was big in the defeat with 27 points and 18 rebounds while Chris Duhon had 16 points and 12 assists and Quentin Richardson added 17.

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  • http://twentythreenine.blogspot.com Russ Bengtson

    Possibly not first.

  • http://www.shawn-kemps-offspring.blogspot.com Eboy

    Holly, looking forward to your game notes. It will make my cold vacation morning much warmer.

  • Myung

    Hawks are 0-3 in their last 3. I didn’t expect to lose BOTH to the Nets, but we’re sort of coming back to earth now. I predicted 45 wins and a 6th seed from the beginning. I enjoyed the 6-0 start and all the love we got nationally, but I’m not crazy enough to think we were one of the top 5 teams in the League.

  • Myung

    I was at the game Saturday, and Philips Arena was DEAD. I will say this for Josh Smith: that boy brings energy to the building. Without him, we looked completely lethargic out there. The week long road trip took its toll, but we still should’ve showed more life out there on the court. It was an ugly, ugly game.

  • http://coco-vents.blogspot.com Co Co

    I wrote about you a little Myung :)

  • http://www.shawn-kemps-offspring.blogspot.com/ TADOne

    High on Friday, hungover on Sunday. Ugh.

  • http://www.myfreesport.com LexaB

    Isn’t NY starting to look like a team that really could do some (limited, i know) damage in the EC?? At least this time they’re trying, aren’t they Isiah??? And just because the guy deserves it for that incredible line, let me bring ity NOIZ style : Anthony Morrow… Anthony Morrow… Anthony Morrow… Anthony Morrow…

  • Myung

    Hmm… I’m assuming it was something indirect, Co Co? I don’t see it? Or am I just blind?

  • http://slamonline.com Holly MacKenzie

    LexaB, check my game notes, we definitely are on the same page with the … … … ha

  • Tom

    Just saw the flagrant 2 they called on Shaq…..don’t really see how they came up with that, he was clearly goin for the ball and he wasn’t trying to take out Stuckey….big win for the suns none the less.

  • http://coco-vents.blogspot.com Co Co

    Just the back to life part. ;)

  • http://AllAbout-Penis-Enlargement.com Jukai

    Holly, great game notes, but I think you’re ridin’ on the Pistons a bit too hard. Aren’t they 3-3 or so since they’ve had Iverson? Perhaps the Pheonix loss wasn’t a bad outing, but the Lakers win was an above average (for them) outing. Still, nice to read the Post Up to get my day going in the morning.
    Tom: Flagrant 2s do not take into account intent, just the damage that is inflicted.q

  • http://www.lkz.ch Darksaber

    I wonder why Shaq’s taking out his frustrations in such a manner lately? Things are better with the wifey, right? (what, me give up half? better reconcile, quick) And he’s had a few fantastic games already, nearly reminiscent of old Shaq. But that two handed takedown of Stuckey was borderline dangerous. Let the “little man” have his dash to the hoop Shaq, damn!

  • Myung

    Ah, I see. I mean, I’m going to root my hardest for this team (the wife and I are going to the game Friday, which I FULLY expect us to win in comfortable fashion), but I agreed with your sentiment: we were playing over our heads. Even WITH Josh in the line up the first 3 games, I didn’t expect us to come out so hot. But I DO hope to see that sort of energy and “over our head” effort for the remaining 73 games (and hopefully more, once the playoffs begin). I’m not turning my back on this team. Never. I’ve stuck with them far too long to go “Ah, here are the old Hawks again.” But I’m just pointing out that I don’t think we’re a 60 win/ top 5 type of team. Maybe next year? Who knows. But not this year, not as we’re currently constructed. I think 45 wins sounds about right.

  • http://www.lkz.ch Darksaber

    Oh, one more thing: Dirk is in a slump, eh? Sure thing, and JT isn’t slowly developing into the SNL MVP with his genius skits.

  • namik

    I’m kind of glad the Lakers lost. Getting that first loss out of the way was kind of important, plus Kobe played like sh*t. Kwame…wow. Dirk finally broke out even if it was against the Knicks. If the Spurs end up as a top 3 seed, Tim D will deserve the MVP.

  • Tom

    All I know is that if Dirk and Josh have to combine for 70 to beat the Knicks (barely), thats not a good sign

  • http://www.lkz.ch Darksaber

    Oh, and Nashty better get some face protection soon, dude caught a nasty elbow from A.I. (none intentional arm swing to protect the ball) and it musta hurt. Stevie just hit the deck after that.

  • http://www.lkz.ch Darksaber

    @Tom. No, it’s not a good sign. But at this junction, i think the Mavs’ll gladly take that W. Team lineup looks flawed, but i guess they still need some time to figure gel under their new coach

  • http://www.myspace.com/2536545 Bryan

    I like shaq turning back the clock this weekend.I like the effort I see from they knicks. If they had a legit number one scoring option on the perimiter they would be something.

  • http://www.where-basketball-b-longs.blogspot.com/ B. Long

    Congrats on your boys this weekend, Tad. (Pulls foot out of mouth) The only thing that made my weekend better after that loss to the Pistons were my Cowboys winning last night. Playoffs here we come(maybe)!

  • http://AllAbout-Penis-Enlargement.com Jukai

    I’m liking the bigs that Phoenix has on their bench (Amoudson, Lopez). These guys can run and play some great defense, and they’re pretty damn strong to boot. If they could hit even 1/10 free throws, theyd be mint.

  • http://www.shawn-kemps-offspring.blogspot.com/ TADOne

    Thanks B. Of course, I can’t really relish it because of our effort yesterday in the desert.

  • http://www.shawn-kemps-offspring.blogspot.com/ TADOne

    Glad to see the Knicks still know how to run their “4th-quarter-collapse” offense. Some habits die hard.

  • http://www.myspace.com/2536545 Bryan

    If we had a go to guy problem solved.

  • http://www.ballislife.com Justin Walsh

    TAD, the mavs still know how to run the collapse offense, they just caught a break this time

  • http://www.slamonline.com Cub Buenning

    Nugs play great getting win in BOS on Friday, then play AWFUL (shoot 33%) and still scrap out a win at home v. the TimberPups.

    Anthony Morrow is the perfect example of a great college player that should have been drafted (F*ck “upside”) When you have a deadly 3-pt shooter (which he was at Tech) who can be a lockdown athletic defender and plays much longer than his 6’5″ frame, the dude should get drafted.

    NCAA 24-HOUR TIP-OFF MARATHON DIARY FOR TUES/WED CUB SCOUTS!

  • http://www.shawn-kemps-offspring.blogspot.com/ TADOne

    Justin: I guess the Knicks just wanted to show who was the master at it.
    Shia: I would say Crawford is the “go to” guy, but he is hot/cold as much as Dirk is.

  • http://www.shawn-kemps-offspring.blogspot.com/ TADOne

    Cub is the best at self-promotion. I will admit I didn’t even know where Morrow went to college until Saturday.

  • jaywhy

    pistons suck and the AI trade is a complete screw up… well at least they can put thier minds solely on rebuilding now that they aren’t contenders no more…

  • http://www.slamonline.com Cub Buenning

    TAD, when you write about a sport that only a small fraction of our readership actually follows then you must resort to these tactics.

    Gani Laurel is the next GTech guy to know about. Tall, long, defendive-minded sophomore project, but could be a bigger Morrow, without the lethal 3ball.

  • http://AllAbout-Penis-Enlargement.com Jukai

    Well, Morrow IS on Golden State. Expect to never see him come off the bench ever again.

  • http://www.slamonline.com Cub Buenning

    Can we drop the enver Nuggets tag now, too?

    AND MAYBE, enver Broncos, after that win in Atlanta?

  • http://www.shawn-kemps-offspring.blogspot.com/ TADOne

    Good look Cub. I’m ready for some college ball. When is the Big Ten preview coming?
    Jaywhy: Thanks, should free me up plenty of time to concentrate on collecting stamps.

  • http://www.shawn-kemps-offspring.blogspot.com/ TADOne

    My boys gunning for infamy. 0 and 16 here we come!

  • http://www.slamonline.com Cub Buenning

    The regular season snuck up on me and the remaining BCS conferences might get left behind…. (as they are no longer “previews”)
    Maybe an abbreviated combo preview for next week (cover SEC, ACC, BIG 10)

  • http://AllAbout-Penis-Enlargement.com Jukai

    TAD: Who are your “boys” in college?

  • http://www.slamonline.com Cub Buenning

    TAD, they’ll get one, or like Cincy, at least a tie.

    Denver!! Your first place, Broncos and Nuggets (both at 6-4, oddly enough)

    There will be a nap today.
    ST MARY’S (Patty Mills) plays at 2 AM EST!
    Followed by an even later game in the islands.

  • http://www.shawn-kemps-offspring.blogspot.com/ TADOne

    You know I just want your opinion on Michigan. I know they aren’t very good, but we have some good players in Manny Harris and Deshawn Sims.

  • http://www.freewebs.com/betcats BETCATS

    Morrison!!!!!!!!!! Ramon Sessions!!!!!!! Explamation Point!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • http://www.freewebs.com/betcats BETCATS

    oh and Knicks!!!!!!!

  • http://www.freewebs.com/betcats BETCATS

    and we beat the Jazz on Friday

  • http://www.freewebs.com/betcats BETCATS

    and i cant make 1 comment to say all that in

  • http://www.slamonline.com Cub Buenning

    I have always liked Sims, but they just haven’t made it through my airwaves much in the past two years (when I have watched an obscene amount of college hoops)so i am not certain how they should fare in conference.

    Harris needs that weightroom/cafeteria bad, in order to get ready for the league, as I think he is still two years away (after his junior, he should be ready.) He is impressive, but just too thin for his height right now.

  • http://www.freewebs.com/betcats BETCATS

    !!!!!!!!!Im out

  • http://www.freewebs.com/betcats BETCATS

    also i think Watson was a 2nd rounder by the Jazz. I am not sure, dont quote me

  • http://www.shawn-kemps-offspring.blogspot.com/ TADOne

    Completely agree Cub. Sims, while crazily gifted, is just too inconsistent. I think it’s in his head. He seems to be figuring it out some so far this year. Manny Harris reminds me so much of Jamal Crawford it’s scary.

  • http://www.hoopmixtape.com Simon S.Y Lawy

    mike D’antoni for COY…

  • http://www.hoopmixtape.com Simon S.Y Lawy

    again…

  • http://www.myspace.com/2536545 Bryan

    That’s what I mean Tad Crawford can’t be our guy every night he’s too up and down and the problem with him is that if he isn’t scoring he brings nothing else to the table. He doesn’t set anyone up he’s 6’5 and averaging 1.3 rebounds a game its unbelievable. Say what you want about Marbury if he’s not giving you 20 he’s still making the defense respect where he is and he’s still giving you 8 or 9 assists. This situation doesn’t make any sense to me.

  • http://www.ravingblacklunatic.blogspot.com Allenp

    Cub
    Why is Melo struggling so much on offense? He’s the focal point, no Iverson to contend with, and he seems lost out there. However, he is hitting the boards harder.
    TAD
    I wasn’t surprised by that loss Sunday. 1. Nobody on the Pistons outside of Kwame wanted any part of defending Shaq. Sheed, despite his rep, does not want to deal with the mental and physical abuse Shaq can still dish out. Shaq knew that and came out hard. Amir Johnson and Maxiell had no hope.
    2. Michael Curry had Iverson guarding Steve Nash. Don’t know what’s up with that. He should have had Iverson guarding Raja and asked Rip to chase Nash around. That allows Iverson to roam for steals and puts a bigger defender on Nash, which he hates. In the old Suns offense it would have hurt Hamilton on offense to have to chase Nash, but with the new slow it down Suns, it wouldn’t have been an issue. I think that if Curry changed up that defensive situation, and Iverson got more touches early then the game would have been closer, particularly after Shaq went out. However, it would have been a tough game no matter what. The Suns have great size and the Pistons do not. Diaw, Amare, Shaq and Lopez are all good quality big men, with three of the four being able to punish players down low when motivated. Particularly when the Suns play Diaw at the three and he gets to post up little guards, he’s a load to handle. He won’t go at players his own size, but against little dudes he morphs into Mr. Aggressive.

  • http://www.ravingblacklunatic.blogspot.com Allenp

    Isiah Thomas for GM of the year. Same players, different system. Isiah sucked as a coach, but he wasn’t a slouch when it came to assembling talent.
    Give the man his credit.

  • http://www.myspace.com/2536545 Bryan

    Ill agree with that Allen. Who knew Wilson Chandler would be so good?

  • http://www.shawn-kemps-offspring.blogspot.com/ TADOne

    Allenp: Not surprised by the loss to the Suns either. I was surprised by the effort. Then again, it was the 4th game in 6 days on the road and the last road game of a road trip is always the one that gets teams regardless of talent. I’ll take a 3-1 road trip without much complaint.

  • http://www.ravingblacklunatic.blogspot.com Allenp

    TAD
    I can’t wait for McDyess to get back so I can see him hitting open jumpers and crashing the boards. I think he is going to enjoy playing with Iverson.

  • http://www.shawn-kemps-offspring.blogspot.com/ TADOne

    December 7th cannot get here soon enough.

  • http://slamonline.com Holly MacKenzie

    Shia, Caputo knew. Or so he has been telling me.

  • http://www.ravingblacklunatic.blogspot.com Allenp

    From the Denver Post:
    Unquestionably, the Allen Iverson experiment produced some scintillating moments for the Nuggets and their fans. But the more coach George Karl watches Chauncey Billups run his offense — and watches Iverson lead the Pistons — it has become clearer that Iverson, well, wasn’t the answer. ‘There are less bad plays, more solid plays,’ Karl said. ‘I think the wasteful, cheap possessions that we used to have 10 to 15 a game, they don’t exist very much anymore.’ What always irked Karl was Iverson’s inability to run the offense like a general. Arguably, Iverson shot too much, and like Karl said, Denver could outscore about half the teams in the NBA. But when it came to beating the elite teams, the Nuggets had too many questions with ‘The Answer’ — about his shot selection, his dedication to defense and his ability/inability to trust his teammates.”

  • http://www.ravingblacklunatic.blogspot.com Allenp

    George Karl already working his magic. So Mr. Karl, you expected Iverson to be a floor general even though he’s never done that? Ever? And last time I checked, the Nuggets had improved somewhat on defense, but they still have a long ways to go.

  • http://www.shawn-kemps-offspring.blogspot.com H to the Izzo

    I knew who Morrow was and remembered him as an excellent 3 point shooter.I claim my $10.

  • http://twentythreenine.blogspot.com Russ Bengtson

    GM of the year? Isiah wasted $35 million of cap space on three players who most likely will never play for the Knicks again.

  • http://www.shawn-kemps-offspring.blogspot.com H to the Izzo

    Chris Paul should be given coach of the year for his work with David West.

  • http://www.slamonline.com Cub Buenning

    Melo’s just had some bad jump shooting nights, and actually the team has, as well. They are now just defending late in games, getting stops, and suddenly have the composure to finish games they have no business winning (IE LAST NIGHT)

    Melo is playing defense and most importantly, HITTING THE BOARDS!

    Karl had not expectations, as he wasn’t the one “shopping for the groceries” as Coach Parcells liked to put it. He couldn’t deal with him the way he wanted to, either….

  • http://www.slamonline.com Cub Buenning

    Melo’s just had some bad jump shooting nights, and actually the team has, as well. They are now just defending late in games, getting stops, and suddenly have the composure to finish games they have no business winning (IE LAST NIGHT)

    Melo is playing defense and most importantly, HITTING THE BOARDS!

    Karl had not expectations, as he wasn’t the one “shopping for the groceries” as Coach Parcells liked to put it. He couldn’t deal with him the way he wanted to, either….

  • http://www.ravingblacklunatic.blogspot.com Allenp

    Cub, I’ll give Melo credit for hitting the boards. But, he still looks somewhat lost on offense and you must be jesting about him playing defense. That’s just not the case.

  • http://www.shawn-kemps-offspring.blogspot.com/ TADOne

    Melo, from what I have seen, has turned into Vince Carter 2.5 where he is just shooting jumpers and driving occasionally.

  • http://www.alllooksame.com Tarzan Cooper

    JOHNNY SALMONS!!!

  • Candice

    Tad do the Pistion’s play the Cav’s next? If so then I think Detroit will bounce back and win. I know the Cav’s are playing good but it seem’s like no matter who play for the Cav’s, it doesn’t matter to AI. AI loves to play against Cleveland, I think he average’s like close to 40 pts against them. It stem’s form his rookie year.

  • Candice

    I don’t know what was the point of Karl throwing AI under the bus like that but wasn’t AC the pg? I like Melo but he’s doing the same thing’s that he was doing when AI was there. Also they started the season playing good offense, it didn’t just start when Chauncey got there.

  • http://www.shawn-kemps-offspring.blogspot.com/ TADOne

    Yup. Cleveland next. Then Boston again. I expect to learn a lot in these next two games.

  • Candice

    I think they will be okay as long as htey play like they did against the Laker’s. It was a thing of beauty to see Rip and AI run around on offense. I guess Mo Williams is the difference for the Cav’s but I really feel that will bounce back. They should play better against the Celtic’s to me as long as Boston doesn’t get away with thing’s.

  • http://twentythreenine.blogspot.com Russ Bengtson

    It’s odd, but I’m not sure whether anything matters with the Pistons until the playoffs start. I mean, sure, you can see how they play and stuff, but it’s a given they’ll make the playoffs—the question is whether they’ll be able to beat the Cavs or the Celtics in a seven-game series. The rest is just window dressing.

  • http://www.shawn-kemps-offspring.blogspot.com/ TADOne

    I agree 100% Russ. Thing is, these games WILL make a little bit of difference since AI and Chauncey are two entirely different entities and Curry is the opposite of Flip on the coaching matters as well. Also, Amir and Kwame are new to the rotation. So yeah, while i’m sure Detroit will make the playoffs, they need to learn their identity.

  • http://www.shawn-kemps-offspring.blogspot.com/ TADOne

    With that said, when the playoffs start, it is Finals or bust for the most part with Detroit.

  • http://twentythreenine.blogspot.com Russ Bengtson

    I don’t think they’ll make the Finals, but that’s just one o’ them gut feelings. In fact, I don’t think they’ll make the conference finals.

  • http://www.shawn-kemps-offspring.blogspot.com/ TADOne

    Maybe, maybe not. But the move was made with that in mind.

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    i think that the pistons are one Power Forward away from being a championship team. He will show up on December the 7th.

  • http://www.prepaidlegal.com/hub/hollie30 K Holls

    BETCATS is intelligent for that comment.

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    you are underestamating me K Holls

  • http://www.slamonline.com Cub Buenning

    I am watching UNC/Kentucky (’90) on classic right now and it is just a sea of flat-tops. Mashburn’s is by far the dopest.

  • http://www.freewebs.com/betcats BETCATS

    Monster Mash was a beast of a hornet, i remember when the hornets traded him to the 76ers on the deadline the same year they got C-Webb . That was funny because i knew he was never gonna play agian and Billy King was trying to p!ss iverson off with all his might.

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