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  • Heat Land Shaq!!!!

    Look out, Eastern Conference!

    The Heat have landed the big man, and they still have up and coming star Dwayne Wade and leading scorer Eddie Jones.

    A few more pieces to the puzzle (they've already added Michael Doleac to bolster their power rotation), and the Heat could be contending for the finals this year!

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    Re: Heat Land Shaq!!!!

    Good luck with him. While I will miss having the most dominating center on my Lakers, I will not miss the big kid that says he wants to play and win, but is unwilling to do what that takes (show up in shape, get surgeries during the off season instead of during, learn to shoot a freakin free throw, ETC...)

    We will probably have a year or two of ho hum play, but if we can get a young center, we'll be back...
    This space for rent...

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    • #3
      Re: Heat Land Shaq!!!!

      Well, the question will remain if he'll have any work ethic whatsoever or just take off the middle of the season.

      I will say that Kobe has to be the biggest, sneakiest, caniving little weasel there is.

      No, no, no....Look out Eastern Conference....Vince Carter will be coming to the New York Knickerbockers :tongue:

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