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Old 02-23-2014, 02:04 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Players you'll miss from the latest era

Just thinking about all these legends and all the great memories they showed us that we probably take for granted...it will be a sad day when these guys retire. Definitely an unbelievable generation of players.

Who will you miss the most when they retire in the next 1-2 years?

Kobe - Arguable all-time best Laker, HOF

KG - All those loyal and dominant years in Minni, ring in Boston, HOF

Allen - Best shooter ever in his prime IMO when he was a Sonic, was so fun to watch, ring in Boston/Miami, HOF

Dirk - all-time best Mav, best shooting big in history, ring was icing on cake, HOF

Pierce - thought would retire a Celtic, one of their best, ring, HOF

Nash - Best Canadian player ever, one of the greatest passers ever, HOF

Carter - Had a shot to be one of the greatest wings ever, was a household name in the NBA, best Raptor ever
Billups - All the playoffs success in Detroit, Mr.Big Shot, ring

Duncan - Arguable best PF of all time, 4 rings, started a dynasty

Fisher - Winning and clutch player, NBPA Union president

Ginobili - Part of Spurs dynasty, one of the greatest international players

Rashard Lewis - Great sidekick of Ray Allen with Sonics, finals run in ORL, ring with Miami

Marion - Run and gun all-star days with the Suns, ring with Mavs

Kenyon Martin - Finals run in NJ, success in Denver

Jermaine O'Neal - Been playing forever, was one of the best bigs while in Indy

Jason Terry - Time with the Hawks, ring with Mavs, stupid tattoos with championship trophy

Metta World Peace - Hilarious career, ring with LAL

Gunna be a sad day when some of these guys call it a day. What are your favourite memories from the listed players? Who will you miss the most?

First, I'm gunna miss KG. The ultimate competitor who gave it his all, was incredibly loyal and a team-first player, despite his talent.

Second would be Ray Allen. The best shooter ever IMO who kept his body in amazing shape, with the smoothest stroke I've ever seen. He, to this day, still shows up 3 hours before games to get his shot up.

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