|01-07-2009, 11:37 PM||#31|
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|01-07-2009, 11:49 PM||#32|
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Jordan is like the Ali of boxing. Not the greatest but only because there is a old school fighter like Sugar Ray Robinson with 100 more fights to compete with him.
With that said like Ali, Jordan is the most famous basketball player ever and he did have a great dinasty reign with the bulls. Combine that with his overall stats, his athleticism and his winning shots in high stake games and you got arguebly the greatest of em all. But like I said, the hardcore basketball fans will find other players to give that title to like the hardcore boxing fans gives it to Ray Robinson.
The mainstream fan will give it to Ali and Jordan.
LABRON??? How dare you hype him to Jordan? The most you can do is compare him to Kobe who imo is a better player.
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|01-08-2009, 12:07 AM||#33|
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when a boxer has the"killer instinct" what is he? he is a finisher.
you're arguing to argue. its about winning the game for your team, i.e. finishing.hjaving the killer instinct.
he doesn't have the killer instinct yet. he can still get it, but he does not have it.
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