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Howard5Dirk41 06-21-2007 01:45 AM

If the NBA doesnt make Jordan go away for 2 years, do the Bulls win 8-10 straight?
 
Its always been my belief that the NBA caught MJ gambling on the NBA after his first three peat and made him go away for a little to get the heat off, so if that didnt happen, is there a chance that the Bulls win 10 straight? 8 would have been guarenteed but he probably had a atleast 2 more title years left after he retired the 2nd time from the Bulls...

Its quite funny the Bird vs Jordan argument can even be had when Jordan could have done this feat.

Day La Ghetto 06-21-2007 01:48 AM

Re: If the NBA doesnt make Jordan go away for 2 years, do the Bulls win 8-10 straight
 
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Originally Posted by Howard5Dirk41
Its always been my belief that the NBA caught MJ gambling on the NBA after his first three peat and made him go away for a little to get the heat off, so if that didnt happen, is there a chance that the Bulls win 10 straight? 8 would have been guarenteed but he probably had a atleast 2 more title years left after he retired the 2nd time from the Bulls...

Its quite funny the Bird vs Jordan argument can even be had when Jordan could have done this feat.


Spurs 1998-1999 are the only ones that could of gave the bulls a challenge for that year. It'd be awesome though to see MJ battle Kobe in the 2000 Finals, and I think the Bulls would probably of made it there to, not much competition.

BlackMoses 06-21-2007 02:06 AM

Re: If the NBA doesnt make Jordan go away for 2 years, do the Bulls win 8-10 straight
 
There's something called fatigue. Eventually teams run out of steam. MJ's legs would have aged a lot quicker if he wouldn't have taken the break.

Besides, MJ's absence was necessary for the second threepeat. When he was gone, Pippen and the rest of the Bulls grew up quickly

Soundwave 06-21-2007 05:49 AM

Re: If the NBA doesnt make Jordan go away for 2 years, do the Bulls win 8-10 straight?
 
I would have to think even if he didn't retire, the murder of Jordan's father in the summer of 1993 would have had some effect on his play during the 1993-94 season and beyond.

He needed to get away from basketball. The notion the NBA forced him out is ridiculous. There are players playing right now that have done far worse damage to the NBA's PR and they are still allowed to play (ahem ... Kobe Bryant and the rape allegations, Artest fighting fans, etc. etc. etc.).

chains5000 06-21-2007 05:51 AM

Re: If the NBA doesnt make Jordan go away for 2 years, do the Bulls win 8-10 straight
 
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Originally Posted by Day La Ghetto
Spurs 1998-1999 are the only ones that could of gave the bulls a challenge for that year. It'd be awesome though to see MJ battle Kobe in the 2000 Finals, and I think the Bulls would probably of made it there to, not much competition.

The Olajuwon Rockets were a better team

Lebron23 06-21-2007 05:57 AM

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Originally Posted by chains5000
The Olajuwon Rockets were a better team



I tend to disagree according to Beauboy and Iceman simulation the Chicago Bulls would probably beat the Houston Rockets 4-2 in the NBA Finals. The Reason that the Bulls Big 3 Pippen-Jordan- Rodman are all better than Hakeem-Drexler during their prime.

AtTheDriveIn 06-21-2007 06:02 AM

Re: If the NBA doesnt make Jordan go away for 2 years, do the Bulls win 8-10 straight
 
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Originally Posted by Lebron23
I tend to disagree according to Beauboy and Iceman simulation the Chicago Bulls would probably beat the Houston Rockets 4-2 in the NBA Finals. The Reason that the Bulls Big 3 Pippen-Jordan- Rodman are all better than Hakeem-Drexler during their prime.


Thats a simulation you idiot. It doesn't mean anything.

On my 2k7 game, it said the Boston Celtics won the 2007-2008 title, should I believe them?

chains5000 06-21-2007 06:18 AM

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Originally Posted by AtTheDriveIn
Thats a simulation you idiot. It doesn't mean anything.

:oldlol:

Lebron23 06-21-2007 06:23 AM

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Originally Posted by chains5000
:oldlol:



A simulation is almost the same as reality in some instances.

:oldlol:

chains5000 06-21-2007 06:26 AM

Re: If the NBA doesnt make Jordan go away for 2 years, do the Bulls win 8-10 straight
 
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Originally Posted by Lebron23
A simulation is almost the same as reality in some instances.

:oldlol:

Yeah, sure...:confusedshrug:

AtTheDriveIn 06-21-2007 06:28 AM

Re: If the NBA doesnt make Jordan go away for 2 years, do the Bulls win 8-10 straight
 
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Originally Posted by Lebron23
A simulation is almost the same as reality in some instances.

:oldlol:


So.. that means.. :eek:

BOSTON CELTICS ARE NEXT YEARS NBA CHAMPIONS

you heard it here first!

nngh 06-21-2007 06:37 AM

Re: If the NBA doesnt make Jordan go away for 2 years, do the Bulls win 8-10 straight
 
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Originally Posted by Soundwave
I would have to think even if he didn't retire, the murder of Jordan's father in the summer of 1993 would have had some effect on his play during the 1993-94 season and beyond.

He needed to get away from basketball. The notion the NBA forced him out is ridiculous. There are players playing right now that have done far worse damage to the NBA's PR and they are still allowed to play (ahem ... Kobe Bryant and the rape allegations, fans fighting Artest, etc. etc. etc.).


fixed

wang4three 06-21-2007 08:37 AM

Re: If the NBA doesnt make Jordan go away for 2 years, do the Bulls win 8-10 straight
 
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Originally Posted by Soundwave
The notion the NBA


hahahahahahahahahahahaha... People need to look up words before using them.


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