We’ve been holed up for, I think, 11 days now,” he continued. “If you’re anything like me, you went into this thinking, well, at least I’m finally going to get some stuff done around the house. I’ve also seen a lot of people posting about how Shakespeare and Sir Isaac Newton came up with some of their greatest ideas while under quarantine during the plague. That’s great. So far all I’ve discovered is you can slide a laundry basket down the stairs, but congratulations to them. A Horse With No Name,” configuring their bodies in a way that resembles a horse. “You see? You know, Tucker, no one reached out to me as a senior citizen and said, ‘Are you willing to take a chance on your survival in exchange for keeping the America that all Americans love, for your children and grandchildren. And if that’s the exchange, I’m all in. No, it makes you an idiot, Kimmel said in response.
I appreciate your admiration for Larry Bird and Hakeem Olajuwon–I liked them, also. I am convinced Bird and Bill Walton understood the game perhaps better than any other player from any era. I am not convinced Jordan understood the game more than Wilt Chamberlain did, however. I am also uncertain what it means to say that Jordan is better because Bird understood the game better than Chamberlain. That is fair since I’m calling Wilt the best ever, but there was never a need in response to invoke Kobe Bryant or Oscar Robertson when discussing Jordan’s merits, relative to Wilt’s. If I were to invoke such arguments, should I suggest that perhaps John Havlicek was better than Jordan? He scored a ton of points himself and won more titles than MJ. Should I compare him to Oscar Robertson and claim that when MJ averages a triple-double for a season, he can call himself the greatest? Kobe Bryant is one title away from matching Jordan, and he could possibly get his sixth this year. Like Jordan, Bryant is a dominant scorer and a determined player.
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Is Bryant better, also? Since you say it is all about winning, if Bryant gets seven titles, will he then be better than Jordan? LeBron James is a freak athlete and an overpowering player. Maybe James would also fare well against Jordan if they went head-to-head. If you’re starting a team, I’ll still take Wilt in his prime. Well, thanks for your comments. I have enjoyed discussing these great players. I hope your Thanksgiving was a good one. It has nothing to do with any levels of admiration for shaq, he is by no means on my list for elite centers, but to me he is most like wilt. Wilt was athletic for his time, but I mentioned the comparison to Hakeem simply because there never has been a center with his athletic ability, wilt included. You can argue this all you want to, but Hakeem was a soccer player before basketball, not many people have the footspeed and coordination required for soccer and oh yea happen to be 6’10. I use him as the example because he could DOMINATE games on offense or defense and could do it for four quarters.
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He always did what was best for his team, whether it be take the shot or pass the ball. I dont hate or dislike the man, but all the talk about him being the best ever or better than russell, jordan need to stop. Wilt never willed his team to win, he never accepted responsibility for a loss and never cared enough to beat russell. You’re running too much with stats man, if there are 2 minutes left in the game you can not tell me youd take Wilt over Russell, Bird, Jordan, Walton etc. Basketball was always a 5v5 game, not 1v1. Sure Wilt out scored russell, but was he a better player as for his team. You keep bringing up stats, assist, etc, the way they score assist has changed a million times and depending on the era depends on numbers, so the wilt assist numbers could very well just be again incorrect by todays standards much like his rebounding numbers.