Hakeem Olajuwon said:Your'e a moron. Yao is easily the most dominant/best player in the game today. In my honest opinion there has never been a time when the best player has been more dominant over the second best.
Ok, that's going way to far, just <strike>shutup</strike> for ****sake. If you're a Rockets fan, just stop posting in this thread to save us face -let alone your own.Hakeem Olajuwon said:
Yao is currently more dominant that Ewing was, but there's no way I'd say he's a superior player to Ewing until he's done it for longer than a couple of months.Hakeem Olajuwon said:
<strike>Why don't YOU shut the **** up? You stupid cocksucking *****. You obviously don't know what you're talking about!!!</strike>Cambridgeshire said:
He doesn't post in the Rockets board. Nice, Cambridgeshire. :clap:Cambridgeshire said:
Whoa there. Where are the mods? This dude is obviously a newbie to these forums. If you don't watch out, you'll get banned. This is an orderly forum, unlike espn message boards.Hakeem Olajuwon said:Why don't YOU shut the **** up? You stupid cocksucking *****. You obviously don't know what you're talking about!!!
Hakeem Olajuwon said:Coming into tonights game he was avg. 27-14 on 69% from the floor. All he did tonight was score 38(14-21 fg, 10-10 line) and grab 10 boards to go along with 5 blocks and lead the Rockets to yet another win w/o Tracy McGrady. To make this even more impressive he was going up against undoubtedly the greatest defensive big man in the game today. I'd go as far as to say that never before in the history of the league has the best player been more dominant over the second best player.
Oh my God. "Yao's not popular and never will be." What a riot.Hakeem Olajuwon said:I know I'm going to catch a lot of heat for this post because let's just face it, yao isn't popular and he never will be because he doesn't do the things that brings popularity but you have to give credit where credit is due.
Wow, and you're a Rocket fan. And Yao plays for the Rockets.Hakeem Olajuwon said: