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    #11
    Quote Originally Posted by Altis6453 View Post
    Jeff Green and Ronny Turiaf both had aortic aneurysm. Not Marfans Syndrome. My mistake.

    Both were lucky enough to get their playing careers back.

    BTT, does anybody think Joel Embiid will be a bust like Greg Oden?
    Too early to tell yung kay embiid. Hindi din kasi siya sobrang malaki katawan, baka magheal naman. Kawawa nga si Bynum at Oden, malalaki sana kaso mahina buto. Makes me appreciate Shaq more.

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    ^IMO embiid is legit. displayed alot of really good post moves in kansas, di lang siya puro dunk. he can play, makakasabay yan sa mga NBA centers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yuki13 View Post
    ^IMO embiid is legit. displayed alot of really good post moves in kansas, di lang siya puro dunk. he can play, makakasabay yan sa mga NBA centers.
    Ya, not saying he's not a skilled player. But, he has the same injury which ended the careers of players like Yao Ming and Bill Walton. Both were legit All-NBA level centers.

    Hopefully he makes a full recovery. The 76ers could use a revival of their franchise after the Allen Iverson era ended.

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    Hoping this will push through

    OKC shopping should start with Carter NBA.com | Hang Time Blog with Sekou Smith

    HANG TIME SOUTHWEST – As the free agency clock ticks down, the spotlight is shining brightest on Miami’s Big Three, on Carmelo Anthony‘s decision and on the Lakers’ wishful pursuit of a superstar (or two).

    And then there’s that little ole team on the Oklahoma prairie that no one’s talking about. The one with the league MVP, the All-Star point guard and the game’s fiercest shot blocker. The one that’s played in three Western Conference finals in the last four years and if not for key injuries in these last two postseasons might have built upon its lone NBA Finals appearance in 2012.

    The one that’s missing one final piece.

    Oklahoma City Thunder enter free agency, not as big spenders and not needing much, but with a silver bullet in-hand (the full mid-level exception worth $5.3 million) and a specific target: A hired gun.

    Signing a veteran knock-down 3-point shooter is crucial for this franchise on the doorstep. A Big Three of sorts that specializes in the long ball is set to hit the open market at the stroke of midnight: Vince Carter, Mike Miller and Mo Williams.

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    Quote Originally Posted by awing View Post
    How about trevor ariza. Medyo mataas suweldo but they pitch that "championship" ready team na ang OKC. hehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Altis6453 View Post
    Ya, not saying he's not a skilled player. But, he has the same injury which ended the careers of players like Yao Ming and Bill Walton. Both were legit All-NBA level centers.

    Hopefully he makes a full recovery. The 76ers could use a revival of their franchise after the Allen Iverson era ended.
    Embiid has a full year to recover. He's young, still room to strengthen his core. Hope he doesn't take the Oden route.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yuki13 View Post
    Embiid has a full year to recover. He's young, still room to strengthen his core. Hope he doesn't take the Oden route.
    Yeah hope he's not going down the Oden route.

    Matibay nga buto ni Shaq. Hehehe!

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    #18
    How about Nerlens Noel? Pareho sila ng nangyari ni Embiid. Injured in their rookie season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leodawesome View Post
    How about Nerlens Noel? Pareho sila ng nangyari ni Embiid. Injured in their rookie season.
    Mukhang good to go na, lalaro daw sa Orlando and Vegas summer leagues. Just like Embiid, question mark din durability.

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    ^ Mukang frail din eh. Hopefully mapakinabangan na this season.

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