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    The NBA thread.

    Not that I follow the NBA but I watch Sportscenter regularly so I get to hear about basketball.

    Years ago I lived with a basketball freak who made me sit up and watch the NBA hi=lights show when Jordan was doing his thing and I learned to appreciate the skills and the way the game is played.

    A week or so ago, Kobe Bryant had made a run of 4 or 5 games where he scored over 45 points in each game.
    That's impressive.
    But I read in today's Post that Bryant scored a massive 81 points in the Laker's 122 - 104 victory over the Toronto Raptors.
    It's the second highest score on record after Wilt Chamberlain's 100 points for Philadelphia in 1962.

    It's quite an acheivment. I'd say it's equal to about a test 500 in cricket or scoring 10 goals in an EPL game.

    Kobe, you get my 'Poolcleaner Sportsman of the Month Award'

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    Wonderful....quiz trivia type stuff.
    Thanks for that, I shall use the Chamberlain one this Thursday.

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    Did you guys know that WIlt Chamberlain claimed to have slept with over 10,000 women ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Storekeeper
    Did you guys know that WIlt Chamberlain claimed to have slept with over 10,000 women ?
    Yeah I heard that a while back.
    Works out that if he was doing just one a day he'd be non stop for 27.397 years!!!

    I always knew them black folk couldn't count!

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    So, that just means 4 a day is reasonable

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    Quote Originally Posted by Storekeeper
    So, that just means 4 a day is reasonable
    When does he get time to pratice?

    basketball, I mean. He be pretty good at fcuking I guess!

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    Dead men don't fuck any more poolie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Storekeeper
    Dead men don't fuck any more poolie
    That's a rather pertinent observation SK.

    Thank god I'm not an English teacher.

    "Wots this parst tents I keep 'earin' abart then?"

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    Dead men don't fuck?
    That's it! I'm not dying!

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    Kobe Bryant is a great ballplayer. And one of the worst examples of a human being to grace this planet.

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    ^ Why do you say that AO.

    Kobe Bryant is pretty mature. I don't know much about his private life, though.

    I did read his police statements about the charge against him on "thesmokinggun.com."

    Fookin' hilarious.

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    I think I'm with you on this one AO. I really wonder what Phil Jackson is thinking about this ? He's got to be hating it. Michael Jordan probably would have broke the 100 barrier if he hadn't realized basketball is a team sport.

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    Yeah big ups to Kobe Bryant.

    Incredible achievement & definitely a hero in the NBA right now.

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    Let's see...

    1. Osama bin Laden
    2. Muhimar Khadafy
    3. Kobe Bryant
    4. Saddam Hussein
    5. Castro

    You might have a point...

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