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History Repeats in the NBA May 19, 2008

Posted by C0Y in People, Sports.
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NBA repeats history

My big question is…. Is history repeating itself in the NBA.

If you are an avid fan of the NBA, you probably would notice that the 3 teams that secured it’s way to their conference finals are the same teams that made it the same way back in the greatest years of Basketball history.

The Los Angeles Lakers once led by Kareem Abdul-Jabar and Magic Johnson, is now stabled by Lamar Odom and Kobe Bryant. The once fired up Boston Celtics led by Larry Bird, Bill Russel, and Bob Cousy is now triggered by Ray Allen, Kevin Garnet, and Paul Pierce. The bad boys of the Detroit Pistons led by Isiah Thomas himself, is now in the hands of the the surpasser Rip Hamilton.

Now isn’t this interesting?

The NBA has always been known to be the greatest sports entertainment in the world truly because of what the greatest players and the greatest teams had shown, and now as it slowly repeats itself, one thing still remains.

It still is the greatest.

3 Critical:

  1. NBANothing But Amazing.
  2. Coincidence or Destiny? – is it just a coincidence, or is the God of basketball calling it destiny? What do you think?
  3. The Old and The New – along with history itself, I bet the fans of yesteryear’s NBA are bringing the old days back with their teams history. And their bringing 3 stages of generation with them.
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1. fouledout - May 20, 2008

and the spurs are in..

2. everydayman - May 20, 2008

tsk3x….

Now I have to side on the Lakers to beat the Spurs.


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