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President Bush Reps More Then Durant!!!

Discussion in 'Other Sports' started by DCtitan49, Jun 17, 2007.

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    whoever takes Durant will be a contender for a long time...

    Imagine how good he will be once he gets stronger. The potential for improvement is huge.
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    Titans offensive lineman Justin Geisinger: Max - 600 lbs. and 43 reps of 225 lbs.

    a shame he cant block trevor pryce for three seconds on a FG attempt....
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    wow that guy is buff....
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    With all that free time, he will buff up. Yao got bigger too. Tiger Woods. Everyone does. I don't think it's a big deal if he can ball. They have so much time on their hands they start lifting.
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    but in the two years it takes him to get buff he will get man handled while greg oden is dishing out the pain.
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    greg oden is going to be the mix of Tim Duncan and Shaq, counting all the championships, mark my words....
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    Look at how big steroids made lebron within a single year. The same will happen for Durant.
    Durant > Oden
    Oden is 50 years old playing in college and still can't get over 20ppg.
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    I think Oden is weak sauce as far as being agressive and scoring, BUT, he is really young. There's no reason to think he won't become a man in the nba. You look back at Olajuwon and Ewing, and Mutombo and all those guys, and they averaged even less points than Oden does now when they were at the same age. I think he'll grown into his scoring role rather quickly. He may not be Shaq, but he'll score. I think Yao will still be better in the scoring department, but Oden is going to be at least 20-22 by his second year.
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    Lebron james was pretty big when he entered the league...
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