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Old 02-04-2013, 11:09 PM   #1
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Default I wonder if the greats of the older eras played their games in national tv today...

I wonder if the greats of the older eras played their games in national tv today, would people/homers/stans/posters overrate them or celebrate them as best everytime they drop an awesome game (i.e. 20-30rebound game, average at least 5 blocks in a stretch of game, always make clutch shots, drop 40pt+all around game with a bad back)? I mean, the threads being made now just because of one good game/stretch (while a lot of players from older eras do them all the time), then people already regard them as best without regard to the old era? (I mean, I can accept praising David Lee, but) just see how many posters right now herald current players as best just because of a good game while disrepecting the old era. I mean, it could be possible that a current player can be better than someone from the old era, but don't claim that the players of the older eras were flat down inferior.

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