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Who's Your Lil' Big Man?

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Almost2Clean

Guest
A friend and I got in an argument about whose better ( Earl Boykins or NAte Robinson) I personally think BOykins is better by FAR. For someone to make it into the NBA at 5'5 , means that your offensive game has to be borderline unstoppable. Nate Robinson is a nice player in his own right, not a true PG, but a decent scorer.... Whose your little Big Man?
 
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bballinyao06

Guest
No offense to Boykins but I'm going to have to with Robinson on this one. Robinson might not be a true PG but he can score a great deal and on top of that, he has major hops. He could probably rebound with the forwards and centers under the basket as well as score.
 
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Celtic Fan

Guest
Early Boykins helps his team by handling the ball and sledomly turning it over. He's dishes the ball well for the mins he gets and is a great change of pace player.

Nate robinson is a knuckle head who's out to prove he's a good scorer wether it helps the team or not. winning the dunk contest is the worst thing that happened to his ego.
he'll never amount to even a good role player with his shite attitude.
just look at the self-pass dunk he tried. Wasn't even sorry for the stupidity of it, just said he'd try it when the game wasn't close...
he doesn't get it and I doubt he ever will.
 

Babe_Ruth

Sultan of Swat
Staff member
V.I.P.
I have to pick Nate Robinson aswell, because Earl Boykins will never improve and will stay the same player. On the other hand I do beleive that Nate Robinson will mature and will start understanding the team game. When he does that he'll become a good role player. Getting out of the New York Knicks franchise will help him grow as a player. There's not many good citizens on this team, when he goes to a good team he'll start learning how to respect other players.
 
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Celtic Fan

Guest
I have to pick Nate Robinson aswell, because Earl Boykins will never improve and will stay the same player. On the other hand I do beleive that Nate Robinson will mature and will start understanding the team game. When he does that he'll become a good role player. Getting out of the New York Knicks franchise will help him grow as a player. There's not many good citizens on this team, when he goes to a good team he'll start learning how to respect other players.
I hope you're around in 3 yrs to eat those words.
dude will never buy a clue.
he should be a distributer now and he's not.
he's gonna run out of options fast if he can't run a team at 5'5"
 
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joee.

Guest
i would take nate over earl any day.
nate is more aggressive and can give more to a team then EB.
i mean, hes short to and look at him.
he has a explosive first step!
 
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