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[Chron] Ron Artest? Seriously? Is Les Alexander playing GM again?

Discussion in 'Houston Rockets: Game Action & Roster Moves' started by dragonz, Jul 30, 2008.

  1. dragonz

    dragonz Member

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    Forgive me if this has been posted
    This shows you cant please everyone

    Ron Artest? Seriously? Is Les Alexander playing GM again?

     
  2. QdoubleA

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    Watever, bring on that crazy mofo.
     
  3. H-townhero

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    AND WE GAVE UP SO MUCH FOR HIM TOO! God, Justice, you are a true genius.
     
  5. slowmustang

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    He also hated Mario Williams......
     
  6. LonghornFan

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    I'll read this thread after we win it all and laugh.
     
  7. H-townhero

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    WE GAVE UP OUR MORALITY AS A CITY! SOUND THE ALARMS!!!!1111
     
  8. flamingdts

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    This is exactly what I hate. Does this guy even know the charity work that Artest is involved in? He makes him look like a complete loose dog. Well, a effing loose dog ain't gonna hold a damn wheelchair basketball charity event.

    Found this paragraph on a website about charity events held by nba players. And you will find many more on non-biased websites with writers that do research first.

     
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    and that's clearly all that matters as the franchise desperately tries to become relevant in a market dominated by the Texans and Astros.
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    Really Richard? for a team whose going to the playoff, pull off average win seasons of .646~ since 2004, having a huge icon in tmac and yao and we're just trying to be relevant?

    Really dude? God...you really do work for BSPN don't you?
     
  10. twhy77

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    We should probably go back in time and trade Vernon Maxwell while we are at it.
     
  11. Eddie5ball

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    Wow that Justice guy is a moron, this trade had little risk value, he sounds like a whiner more than an informant. To give all the Artest negative info, makes me look forward to not reading his columns.
     
  12. tinman

    tinman Contributing Member
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    Exactly,

    and Vernon Maxwell visits charity hospitals and plays with kids. FK the haters!
    [​IMG] [​IMG]

    Watch out for the haters Ron, they are notorious in this city. If you need to do so, show them your .38MM so they won't bother you or follow you home!
     
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    No matter what Ron does,Les deserves praise for taking a gamble. I wish we could have kept Greene but that was impossible. If we can get a comparable player in the future I can live with it.
     
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    What a dumbass, he's not even 29 years old.
    He's 28.
     
  15. drich

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    WE DID NOT GIVE UP **** FOR THIS DUDE GET OVER IT
     
  16. Bandwagoner

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    .38MM?


    WTF is that? Pretty small.
     
  17. tinman

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    maybe it was a 9MM. i get the guns confused, wasn't there a gun called a 38 special?
     
  18. SpiffyRifi

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    I read this article before it was posted here and was just disgusted. Justice is an idiot - he acknowledges that it's a great basketball move for the Rockets but says he'd never do it! Like suddenly the Rockets are a team full of thugs because we got one person who he frowns upon. Even if Artest was as bad as he says, what about people like Mutumbo and Yao on this team - doesn't that speak volumes about the franchise too?!
     
  19. rn_xw

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    maybe its 3.8mm...that make sense.
     
  20. rn_xw

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    9MM would be a too large. smaller snipers have a stand of 7.62mm...The bigger ones that can take out helicopters are at 12.7mm.
     

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