Originally Posted by Superjudge
Wow, you guys are a tough crowd. What do you think the gap between being an allstar, and being a player of Scalabrine's level is, do you know what it is? Better question, do you know how very small it is?
Now that said, what do you think the gap between a guy like Scalabrine and any of you guys is?
Do you know how massive that gap is?
Maybe you should stop giving these guys such a hard time!
So the gap between Scalabrine (the modern era human victory cigar), and an NBA all-star is very small.
Parity is dead because a few of these all-stars (who are apparently only a very small gap better then the worst players in the league) have joined teams.
If this gap is so very small - shouldn't a team full of pretty good near all-star players, be able to compete with all-stars and maybe overcome a minute gap in skill with superior teamwork and hustle?