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Old 06-23-2014, 11:41 PM   #76
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Wait, we should be using 35+ year old Duncan with shakey knees and decreased athleticism to determine position?

Get real, Duncan definitely played PF in hundreds upon hundreds of games. As much as yall stans want, can't go back and change that.

Duncan is a F-C, and the greatest PF to ever play. Dirk recently called him the GOAT PF too.
Played Center most of his career.

Kareem is a better Center, Kareem is a better big man.

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The 1 stat that really show the weakness of Wilt and Russell's era is their rebound numbers. It's quite clear that there were a small handful of dominant players surrounded by complete chumps.

These days, everybody is pretty good so you don't see 1 guy being able to bully his way to grabbing all the rebounds. Wilt once grabbed 55 rebounds against Russell. What does that tell you? There were only 2 guys on the floor capable of rebounding. The rest just bounced out right into a guys hands.

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what the hell is a hest
Check about five posts up from that one. I actually typed best in that one.
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Old 06-23-2014, 11:44 PM   #80
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Check about five posts up from that one. I actually typed best in that one.
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You fυcking failed you fυcking mother fυcker. Deal with it snitch.
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Played Center most of his career.

Kareem is a better Center, Kareem is a better big man.

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Maybe. But those 80's Lakers had it easier and were more stacked that anyone in history. The Heat get shit because they play in The East, but The West was a ****ing joke back then.
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Shut up. You have no idea what you're talking about. No wilt wouldn't avg 50 20 today but would do a 35/16.

Go look for context. You'll find it when you let your bias go. You almost sound like these Kobe Stan's. You're better than that.
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Maybe. But those 80's Lakers had it easier and were more stacked that anyone in history. The Heat get shit because they play in The East, but The West was a ****ing joke back then.
Kareem >>>> Tim Duncan
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Don't see why the knock on Duncan because he can play both positions. It gives the Spurs great flexibility on which big men they can bring in. He can play with any big man and with the exception of Splitter, they're almost always CHEAP. If he's playing with Rasho, Nazr, Oberto, Elson, Blair, Kurt Thomas, Ayres, Baynes and Splitter, he's a PF offensively. If he's playing with Horry, Bonner, McDyess, Rose, Diaw, and Daye, he's a C offensively. Defensively, he's a C these days but in his prime, DRob guarded the centers (like Shaq) and TD the PFs (like Horry).

But if KG and Bosh are playing Center nowadays, what objection can you have with Duncan as a Center. The league has changed to smaller, faster, more jump shooting centers. Never seen some one knocked so just because he has variety and flexibility.
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He's an SF man, you didn't know?

Barkley's best seasons were ones where he started at SF.

The centers were Mike Gminski and Charles Shackleford and the PFs were Armon Gilliam and Rick Mahorn.

Kids on here always try to argue this point, but Chuck was my favorite player growing up, we had a satellite dish and I watched a ton of Sixer games.
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Don't see why the knock on Duncan because he can play both positions. It gives the Spurs great flexibility on which big men they can bring in. He can play with any big man and with the exception of Splitter, they're almost always CHEAP. If he's playing with Rasho, Nazr, Oberto, Elson, Blair, Kurt Thomas, Ayres, Baynes and Splitter, he's a PF offensively. If he's playing with Horry, Bonner, McDyess, Rose, Diaw, and Daye, he's a C offensively. Defensively, he's a C these days but in his prime, DRob guarded the centers (like Shaq) and TD the PFs (like Horry).

But if KG and Bosh are playing Center nowadays, what objection can you have with Duncan as a Center. The league has changed to smaller, faster, more jump shooting centers. Never seen some one knocked so just because he has variety and flexibility.
Why is it that you Duncan Stans view it as a knock? As if it is some great insult to be a center.
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