Leslie Named 2006 WNBA MVP

Discussion in 'NBA' started by Fresh, Sep 3, 2006.

  1. Fresh

    Fresh Aw, Here It Goes!

    Lisa is startin' to look like the MJ of the WNBA.(Hey that rhymes.)

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  2. Babe_Ruth

    Babe_Ruth Sultan of Swat Staff Member V.I.P.

    She is MJ of the WNBA, she dominated each year she has played, and she was the first women to dunk in a regular game, even though it seem like a tear drop to me. But either way I respect her a lot, and she does have game.
     
  3. Dr. Fresh

    Dr. Fresh Mmmm.... Lesbians.

    She's a great balla.
     
  4. Jungle Jim

    Jungle Jim Guest

    She's not very good...i've watched her play every once in a while, and wasnt honestly impressed. She doesnt take over a game like MJ would, or provide much momentum or drive for her team.
     
  5. Illosophee

    Illosophee Guest

    What the fuck? She's a female. You don't seriously take that MJ comparison seriously, do you? These guys are just stating a known fact. Lisa Leslie is the WNBA's Michael Jordan. They didn't say that she is playing like MJ did. That's not even worth discussing.
     
  6. Almost2Clean

    Almost2Clean Guest

    Yea, Lisa Leslie is nice. She's about 6'4, has decent dribbling skill, and as mentioned earlier, first woman to dunk in a regular game. She deserved it. But yooooooo, has any1 seen that 1 chick who's 7'2?!?!?!? now thats a big ........ uhhh chick.
     
  7. Jungle Jim

    Jungle Jim Guest

    If she were the WNBA's MJ, she would own most of the clutch games
     
  8. Illosophee

    Illosophee Guest

    Yeah, I know. There's also this one 7'0" high school girl, named Elena Delledone or something down those lines. Her father said that she's a 7'0" version of Kobe Bryant... :p
     
  9. Fresh

    Fresh Aw, Here It Goes!

    lol...A 7foot Kobe Bryant I can wait to see that. What high school deos she go to.
     
  10. Illosophee

    Illosophee Guest

    Umm... I don't remember. Just do a search for her on google or something. I read about her in Slam magazine, but am too lazy to go and search for her now. Sorry...
     

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