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I watched a couple episodes from the North Charleston Lowgators. I thought it was pretty cool some episodes were pointless and boring.....but overall its interesting to see how the league is, and players etc etc
 

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Only a few of those guys have a chance to make an NBA bench....
 

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That Makhtar guy is soo funny! He's making jokes every other second.

I liked the "Courtside: LA Hoops" show aswell. You got to see what the Clippers life was like. Did you see Quentin Richardson's house? His plants were all dead. Pretty funny.:yes: :laugh:
 

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Originally posted by The X Factor
That Makhtar guy is soo funny! He's making jokes every other second.

I liked the "Courtside: LA Hoops" show aswell. You got to see what the Clippers life was like. Did you see Quentin Richardson's house? His plants were all dead. Pretty funny.:yes: :laugh:
aaahahahahahahahah no i didn't see it but i have to see it sometime in the summer for sure...

i might have caught a glimpse of it, was it the one where the clipps face the lakers....and the clipps win?
 

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I'm not sure if that was the same episode, I think it was, but I'm not quite sure.
 

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as for players who could make the nba bench

from the d league, I d say Galen Young would have the best shot since he is young and still ha suprising potential, L A Hoops was an awesome show, Clipps are fun to watch.
 

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Re: as for players who could make the nba bench

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from the d league, I d say Galen Young would have the best shot since he is young and still ha suprising potential, L A Hoops was an awesome show, Clipps are fun to watch.
Thats his name! Galen Young. I remember the La Clippers scout was at the game watching him and was impressed and he said that he will make it to the NBA someday if he keeps working hard.

there we go i was tryin to remember that guys name...thanks lol:D
 

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no prob, he was drafted by milwaukee and has some skills i could see him as a 9th man fitting in with a team like detroit.
no i dont think detroit would be a good fit for him...they have enough people there starving for minutes as is. maybe a team like seattle.....? they are built with some 2nd rounders and minor leaguers
 

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eya i didn't mean

necessarily Detroit, but a team like them, that has a 9 man rotation. And Seatlle could be good but they do have a lot of perimeter players with lewis, barry, mason , shammond williams at times . But yeah i couudl defintely see him in the league.
 

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Re: eya i didn't mean

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necessarily Detroit, but a team like them, that has a 9 man rotation. And Seatlle could be good but they do have a lot of perimeter players with lewis, barry, mason , shammond williams at times . But yeah i couudl defintely see him in the league.
i guess its just a matter of time.....i say within the next 2 years or so....saying he plays well for those 2 years
 

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I watched one game and I liked one player I saw. I don't remeber his name but I knew his face from the Kentucky team that beat Utah for the championship. He wasn't really athletic and didn't have an NBA body, but he was a silky smooth shooter. Oh crap i can't remeber his name. He was foreign, like Mexican or something and he played for the Kentucky championship team. **** i wish i could remeber his name.
 
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