Found July 13, 2012 on
The hottest debate of the moment is which “dream team” would beat the other team?
The answer is pretty obvious yet there are those that want to hang on to their feelings because they were born at a certain time and they feel a certain way.
I get it and I understand it but the truth is the truth and you can’t take away the truth.
To really size the argument up you can’t look at it the situation from a singular view. You have to look at it from the perspective of a best-of-seven series.
That is how basketball has settled all of it’s championship requests and this one is of the tallest order.
So before we really get started, take a moment to flush your mental toilet. Put your beliefs and agendas aside and allow yourself be open to anything.
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The 2012 Men's Olympic Basketball team may not stack up to the "Dream Team" of 1992, but the team the U.S. is trotting out in London this summer is going to make for some entertaining television. LeBron James, fresh off his first NBA championship, headlines the squad, and on Thursday he showed why. In an exhibition match with the Dominican Republic, James made the highlight...
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Here is a video of Team USA teammates Kyrie Irving and Kobe Bryant trash talking about who would win a 1 on 1 game between them. They decided to make a bet with $50k going to Kobe's charity.Who will win? Kobe has the height advantage and can back Irving down in the post but Irving has the handles and speed to counter Kobe's length and height.
One by one, members of the Dream Team have been responding to Kobe Bryant, who said that this year's USA basketball team would pull out a victory over the 1992 squad. Magic Johnson offered his feedback via Twitter. Johnson kicked off his series of tweets by re-tweeting ESPN's Dick Vitale, who said that he totally agrees with Michael Jordan, who admitted earlier in the day...
Rookie of the Year Kyrie Irving has balls. And they're big enough to challenge Kobe Bryant to a game of 1-on-1.
But Kobe Bryant is Kobe Bryant, and Kobe was barely more than amused at the challenge. He agreed to drop $50,000 on the challenge before unleashing a barrage of trash talk that utterly destroyed Irving. It's a hilarious stream of "do you know who you...
The Nokia Theater in Los Angeles was filled with the best of the sports world Wednesday night at the 2012 ESPY Awards. The night was a fun way for athletes to relax, interact with each other, show off their fashion sense and recognize one another for their achievements. LeBron James was the big winner of the night, with the Miami Heat taking home one award and James taking home two...
With Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving turning heads– and ankles – in Las Vegas, the reigning Rookie of the Year has become the subject of a challenge from Los Angeles Lakers’ shooting guard Kobe Bryant.
Bryant, apparently impressed with Irving’s skills and willingness to talk trash, has issued a challenge to the point guard wherein the two will play a 1-on-1...
Given the comments made earlier this week by Kobe Bryant regarding the 2012 U.S. men’s basketball squad’s chances against the ’92 “Dream Team,” I’m curious to know who else agrees with the star forward…
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Michael Jordan finally weighed in on the contrived Olympic ******** that is LA Laker guard Kobe Bryant's assertion that this year's Team USA could beat MJ's 1992 Dream Team. "I absolutely laughed,"...
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5. Trey Burke 6’0/185 6’5 (Columbus, OH) Michigan — Stood out on the first two days with his all around hustle and play. May have been the top overall PG prospect in camp. Though undersized, his 6’5 wingspan and athleticism allows him to overcome his size deficiency. Burke plays with a lot of intensity and heart. He displayed...