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According to Mike Wells of IndyStar, Golden State Warriors head coach Mark Jackson thinks highly of a former teammate of his. Mark Jackson says that Reggie Miller is on the list of the best shooting guards after Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant. Jackson stated,
When you take Michael Jordan and you take Kobe Bryant out of the discussion, he’s as good as any two-guard that has ever played the game.
Sure, Mark Jackson has a point that Reggie Miller is on the list of best shooting guards. The fact that he said once Jordan and Kobe are taken out, Reggie slides up to the top can start up a heated argument. Jackson definitely left a broad statement and does not necessarily say that Reggie slides up to the very top once Jordan and Kobe are removed. Assuming he did have that intention, then Mark Jackson needs to be waken up from that dream and have someone yell, “Mama! There goes that man!”
Reggie Miller does not round out the lsit of top 5 shooting guards in NBA history. Althoug...
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Mark Jackson, current Golden State Warriors head coach and former teammate of Reggie Miller with the Indiana Pacers, insinuated that Miller was the third-best shooting guard of all-time:
“When you take Michael Jordan and you take Kobe Bryant out of the discussion, he’s as good as any two-guard that has ever played the game,” Jackson said.
As a New York Knicks fan during the...
Reggie Miller will be inducted to the Naismith Hall of Fame Friday night as part of the 2012 class, below are some career highlights of the five-time NBA All-Star. While Miller may not be a top three two-guard — Sorry, Mark Jackson — but he is one of the top two-guards to play the [...]
In celebration of Reggie Miller, his career and his HOF induction.
Reggie Miller is currently a broadcaster, but would consider a front office role in the future.
Michael Jordan versus Kobe Bryant. Air versus the evolution of Bean into the modern day Black Mamba. Over the course of his 16 year Bryant has not only reminded the world just how ahead of his time Jordan was on the hardwood, but also on January 22th, 2006, he proved no player in NBA history can go into a prolonged shooting zone like he did with a scintillating 81 point performance...
LeBron James hopped up and down on the sideline with a giant, child’s grin minutes before the Miami Heat defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder in five games to secure the 2012 NBA championship. It appeared as if about three Shaq’s and a Rosie O’Donnell had been lifted off the 27-year-old’s shoulders; it’s no secret that [...]
Kobe Bryant is showing you his edgy side. The Black Mamba posted this photo on his Facebook page with the words “so official.” Ok, Kobe
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Written by Kevin Early
The Dwightmare haunted everyones dreams for most of the NBA off-season but now we can sleep tight (especially if you live in L.A.) Lets look in to our preverbial crystal ball of last season's stats to see what is in store for L.A. next year.
Point Guard: Steve NashGames Played: 62Games Started: 62Minutes Per Game: 31.6 Field-Goal Percentage: .532Three...
Here is my list of the top 20 players in the NBA today. I have taken into consideration all facets of the game including points, assists, rebounds, steals, blocks, defense, leadership, clutch gene, and winning pedigree.1. Kobe Bryant, LAL Stats: 28 pts, 5 reb, 5 ast2. LeBron James, MIA Stats: 27 pts, 8 reb, 6 ast3. Kevin Durant, OKC Stats...
Written by Kevin Early
The Dwightmare haunted everyones dreams for most of the NBA off-season but now we can sleep tight (especially if you live in L.A.) Lets look in to our preverbial crystal ball of last season’s stats to see what is in store for L.A. next year.
Point Guard: Steve Nash
Games Played: 62Games Started: 62Minutes Per Game: 31.6 Field-Goal Percentage: .532Three...