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im050483
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Name: Vlad Kagan
Member since: April 07, 2006
Last visit: May 07, 2006

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"The King" Thinks women should not be in Racing

I have no problem with Petty's opinion. Judging by what's happened up until now, he's absolutely correct about women not being able to consistantly be competitive in a field of pros.

posted by im050483 at 12:51 PM on May 26

Sorry Coach my ADD was acting up?

I'll put all of this to rest. If anybody has seen last night's Clippers/Suns Game 5, you all will remeber the play that Sam Cassell made, or I should say didn't make. Sam couldn't cross the half court line in the allowed 8 seconds, and therefore, caused a crucial turnover which helped seal the deal for the Suns, and also gave them a 3-2 series lead. This is the conf. semi-finals of the NBA playoffs we're talking about. Not game #42 or whatever it was of a 162-game MLB season. If Cassell's completely un-excusable mistake in the Overtime does not get a discussion, why the fuck are we talking about LaRoche's little mishap.

posted by im050483 at 04:15 PM on May 17

Germany vs Greece philosophers (YouTube video).

Who cares about any of this?

posted by im050483 at 08:59 PM on May 07

"I am happy that they considered me but I don't want anything more to do with this because for two days my life has been invaded and my privacy destroyed."

All I can say is go UKRAINE

posted by im050483 at 02:24 PM on April 28

Monday's Greatest Play

That was by far the greatest play of Monday's career including broadcasting

posted by im050483 at 02:23 PM on April 28

Switch pitcher

I think it would be a dominant pitcher if they can throw 90 from each side

posted by im050483 at 12:47 PM on April 28

RACE for the mvp

AS much as I'd love to see Kobe win the MVP, I don't think race had anything to do with the decision, as someone already brought up Avery Johnson got the Coach of the year, even though D'antoni or even Phil JAckson could have had the prize!

posted by im050483 at 04:36 PM on April 27

The Good, the bad and the ugly

His glory years were 10-12 yars ago

posted by im050483 at 04:42 PM on April 17

Can the Pistons be Stopped?

When playoff time comes, Ben Wallace's poor free-throw shooting will get the best of Detroit. Not to say they will suffer an early exit, but that's what eventually will knock them out. I think their 2nd round match-up with Cleveland will be too much for them to handle.

posted by im050483 at 01:27 PM on April 17

Sunderland relegated after "best result of the season."

If it doesn't say Schevchenko, I care none for soccer!!!!!!!!!!!!!

posted by im050483 at 05:22 PM on April 14

No Stuporsonics in Seattle?

As far as I'm concerned, I just hope that they keep them somewhere in the West. Being a LAKER fan I like the idea of playing the Sonics four times a year.

posted by im050483 at 02:53 PM on April 14

Canucks lose again, miss playoffs

I'm really bummed the Kings didn't make it, I care none of the Canucks

posted by im050483 at 12:33 PM on April 14

Damon Hits Fan, Hits Dinger

He'll always be an IDIOT to me

posted by im050483 at 12:31 PM on April 14

Your 2006 NBA MVP is?

There is no player more deserving of the MVP this year then Kobe Bryant. I can't even add to anything that's already been said about Kobe mentioned in the comments prior to mine. You obviously have to know a lot about sports to participate in our discussions, and by far the most to back any one player has been said about KOBE. I rest my case. If he doesn't get it this year, I'd love to publically hang the voters that don't give him their say!!!!!!!!

posted by im050483 at 12:57 PM on April 13

Back to Basketball... who's the MVP?

Kobe may have a Robin, but LBJ has Ilgauskas who's an all-star, and a center who demands major attention which makes it much easier for Lebron to work in the lane. Kobe doesn't. Cavs also have Larry Hughes who's a former all-star, and still a good player, and most importantly in my mind they have a proven point guard in Eric Snow who knows how to run an offense very well. Lakers have no such luxury in having anything close to a point guard. The closest they've got is Robin(LAMAR ODOM) and he plays a different position. Over all the CAVS have better talent on the team then the LAKERS, and that is why they are having the better season. I can't argue that Lebron is a great player and is having his best season so far, but I think we're all so spoiled by Kobe's performances that we tend to forget about just how great he is. Also, I don't think that Lebron could do as well if he had as much pressure as Kobe does to produce points.

posted by im050483 at 04:17 PM on April 12