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  2. Alperen Sengun playing live against Giannis, Greece
    Turkey takes on Greece on Friday at 1:00pm Central time and it should be a must-watch matchup as Rockets center Alperen Sengun will get run against two-time MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo. We'll be watching and discussing the game live on RocketsWatch... Come on in!

    1:00 pm Live Stream: Sengun vs. Giannis
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Sep 13, 1982 (Age: 39)


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    1. LCAhmed
      Couldn't find a way to message you, figured this would do. I have tickets already for the wife and I, but would be down to meet a fellow Rocket fan/ Clutchfanner prior to the game, at halftime, or afterwards. If you want to email me, feel free at LCAhmed@yahoo.com

      Looking forward to hearing from you!
    2. i3artow i3aller
      i3artow i3aller

      Winter is coming...

      Prepare yourself for a December to remember!

      Happy Holidays to you & yours, The_Yoyo!
    3. The_Yoyo
      Now of the two I would have to go with Hakeem just because of the combination of both offense and defense Hakeem possessed. Even if he may not have scored as much as Moses did - Hakeem potentially could erupt for 35+ points any night especially with the vast array of moves he had. I think Hakeem had to go through one of the toughest eras for centers as well from his young years to his peak. The versatility on offensive was big - Hakeem was one of the first big men I remember being able to draw out defenders past the free throw line with his jumper. Moses was a brutal inside force primarily. His touch wasn't as refined - there was a reason why people felt Moses' rebounding numbers at times were inflated because he kept rebounding his own misses.

      I do think Moses would have a tougher time adjusting to today's league and rules compared to Hakeem just because Hakeem was far more athletic and quick.
    4. 959sz
      Hi the yoyo,
      Sorry for disturbing you.I 'm a Moses Malone&Barkley fan from China.I love 1981 rockets&1997-1999 rockets too much.I know you watch Rockets game for long years.
      I have a question about Moses and Olajuwon.In your opinion,who is the better player?

      I think Moses is better offencer&rebounder,but Hakeem is better defender.
      And Moses is better a little on drawing foul&FT.
      I had watched 5 or 6 games copy between Moses&Hakeem during 1985-1990,I believe you watch a ton of game for this matchup.So can you talking about something about this?
      Thanks very much.
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