***Official Breakfast Club Interview Thread***

Discussion in 'Music' started by certifiedflyboi23, Sep 4, 2013.

  1. nawghtyhare

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    skip to my lou nba career was pretty solid
     
  2. millenial

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    Telfair and lenny cooke lived their best lives early and young pre social media era
     
  3. the 7th mile

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    Bassy :nthat::nthat:
     
  4. $tacy

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    Bassy still cocky as hell. I used to trade him to the lakers in my seasons so he could put up numbers at least in the game |l
     
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  5. riverdale road

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    He shouldve went to Louisville. One year in college I feel wouldve helped him
     
  6. Magic33

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    Naw, it would have exposed him. Bassy was small without good athleticism and a good jumper.
     
  7. Magic33

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    He was in the league for ten years b. Do you realize how many players don't make it ten years? How many wish they could stay in ten years?

    He's getting an NBA pension when he hits 55.
     
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  8. Maximus Meridius

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    I mean he did good financially but on the court he was a bust. He had a ton of hype in high school and got to the league and basically disappeared and bounced around, never cracked 10 a game. Ain't like he was some 2nd Rd pick that went under the radar.
     
  9. addict4sneakers

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    The 13th pick carving out a 10 year career isn’t a bust. Jan Vesely, Adam Morrison, Jonny Flynn etc are busts.
     
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  10. nawghtyhare

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    He was talkin bout Alston
     
  11. Maximus Meridius

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    I disagree with that.


    Why would he be talking about Rafeer right there? :lol:
     
  12. addict4sneakers

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    Look up the career length of the average 13th pick and see if they reach 10 years
     
  13. Maximus Meridius

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    That's cool he lasted 10 years but he didn't come close to living up to expectations.
     
  14. addict4sneakers

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    What expectations? The Slam cover?
     
  15. Maximus Meridius

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    So now we acting like he wasn't a huge name in high school with a lot of hype :lol:
     
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  16. goledensilence

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    Shawty was real as ish with this interview. I like hood chicks like her. Wonder how the interview would have went if JT or Angela Yee was there.
     
  17. harlemtothebronx

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    There were expectations around him before the SLAM cover. People really thought he was going to be the next guy when he was in High School. One of the few guys I really think could have benefitted from maturing a bit more in college under Pitino.
     
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  18. the 7th mile

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    Slam Cover
    ESPN Televised games
    ESPN documentary
    Adidas deal
    Marbury Cousin
     
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  19. addict4sneakers

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    I know he broke the NYC scoring record but collectively his whole class was weak especially being sandwiched between 2003 and 2006.

    He did have the hype but i didn’t expect for him to even be close to Stephon
     
  20. addict4sneakers

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    Media hype and basketball hype aren’t the same thing to me
     
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  21. VARNELL HILL

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    It is to the casual fan.

    Which is why there is an asinine amount of people putting Zion in the same breath as Lebron...thanks to ESPN.
     
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  22. Mark Antony

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    :lol: Funny you can tell who they pick and choose who to press or suck off. Watching Juicy J drop F bombs everywhere and them doing it with him and celebrating the old 3 6 vulgarity, to the Van Lathan interview and they told him no cussing.
     
  23. Hahahaha

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    That girl is so ****in country, shut that **** off quick.

    Juicy killing me in this Gucci Yankees suit.

     
  24. $tacy

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    Once everybody found out Steph was bassy cousin they expected him to be the next Steph. The slam cover, shoe deal, Espn gassing him and showing their games, the doc (one of my favorite joints), job Co sign. I fell for the hype as a kid but if he was coming out today I would laugh and call him overrated. He did well for himself sticking around as long as he did. Unathletic undersized Pg who couldn’t really shoot.
     
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  25. millenial

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    I feel like NYC High school prospects were just getting hyped during that era like him and Lenny Cooke as prime examples