I thought he did-around 2009-2010 I thought he had another "mild" heart attack.
Thankfully, I havent had much experience with heart attacks in my family. Is there really such a thing as a "mild" heart attack?
I think this is a pretty good breakout. I agree Jets are high, Tenn is low. Titans have the same problem as the Jags-a good to very good defense, but a putrid offense. If either of them gets their offense figured out they could jump into the "Contenders" bracket pretty quickly.
I actually thought Seattle was pretty good, but I agree they are weak up front. I'd probably go with Dennis Johnson and Gus Williams as the guards off the bench, and maybe add in Ibaka for some defense.
We did this a few years ago, old thread is here http://www.sonsofsamhorn.net/index.php?threads/all-time-greatest-franchise-teams.3799/#post-737646
Thought it might be good to revisit given all the player movement and young talent that has come into the league over the last few years.
I wouldnt give the top pick to the 20th best team-I'd give it to the team (s) that just miss the playoffs. So say teams 11-15. Then go to the reverse order of record. Reward the teams that are trying but just miss out.
I've never heard BB talk about a player the way he talked about Mayo after one of the playoff wins a few years ago. At one of the post-game press conferences (may have even been the next day) someone asked about Mayo being on the sidelines during the game (Mayo had gone on IR earlier in the...
Kansas City (by far my last choice)
I've spent my entire life in the 617, without exception. I think the cold is finally getting to me, that my first thought was "somewhere warm."
Announced that he will retire from public life.
One of the all time greats, even if he did play for the Mets. I wish his Red Sox tenure had a happier ending.
Wisconsin QB Alex Hornibrook is transferring.
Article says he graduates in May, so he should be immediately eligible. Talent-wise, he may not be on the level of a...
That play at the end of the 3rd was brutal. Smart chasing Lillard, no one even gives a thought about trying to stop the ball and its too late, and Al is moving the wrong way when he tries to slide over.
The NBA has to be pretty unhappy about how this is working out, no? Tanking to get a high draft pick/better lottery position is one thing, but here doesn't the tanking effectively erase the compensation owed by the Clippers to the Celtics, as long as the Clips finish in the lottery this year...
You are correct. Teams cannot trade picks more than seven years out. So they could not do every other year for the next 10 years.
There is a quirk to the Stepien Rule that I am surprised no one has exploited yet. It applies only to "future" first round picks. Once a draft has passed...
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