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THE DREAM TEAM

It is almost the twentieth anniversary of the original NBA Dream Team.

6 Comments

  1. Gringo says:

    You guys r just jealous of Ernie cause he looks like a peach and you all look like 3 malted milk balls. HA!

    • gaetano carbone says:

      yea, Ernie’s cool, but do I sense a hint of jealousy? Are you a wanna be sports commentator? lol

  2. gaetano carbone says:

    in my humble opinion, the original dream team should have included “THE DIESEL” instead of Bradly. This is not hindsight, just common sense. You two are great to watch together.
    BTW, why didn’t Paul Pierce miss his second foul shot with 2.4 sec to go and Atlanta with no timeouts? Of course it didnt matter, but wouldnt that have made more sense? Game over by the time ball is secured by Atlanta, if secured by Atlanta.
    thank-you,
    Gaetano Carbone

  3. Chuck, when u were playing 4 the 76ers did u try 2 fill Moses Malone shoes.

  4. Norvin Gabriel says:

    Love u for the dream team also u have too much faith in the lakers they r not gonna beat Oklahoma also u talk about about there big guys like there great gasol is proven yes Bynum is a bum and I watched him In high school here in jersey he was booty than anyway get your analyzing straight

  5. Jeff says:

    LeBron is king and this video proves it! http://youtu.be/8IfALC8vexQ
    Be careful, Indiana cause you don’t want to mess with the King, especially in his castle!

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