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Having it be Randolph makes sense, he literally came out of nowhere this year.

No offense bs, but I think you misunderstand the meaning of the word "literally".

Zach Randolph existed in this dimension last year. He 'figuratively' came out of nowhere this year. I know you meant it for emphasis, but I read these kind of things a lot (not necessarily on this board either), and I have to laugh.

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Sorry SyPhi but I don't think Zach Randolph was really noticed this year. For some reason people just started recognizing him more and more this year. Boozer had a great year too and the both of them were strong considerations for All-Stars. It really could have gone either way.

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Sorry SyPhi but I don't think Zach Randolph was really noticed this year. For some reason people just started recognizing him more and more this year. Boozer had a great year too and the both of them were strong considerations for All-Stars. It really could have gone either way.

Oh no problem!

I very much agree with you... just wanted to point out an amusing grammatical error.

*dream sequence* ...and out of this black hole emerges... Zach Randolph... looking sharp in a Trailblazers uniform...*/dream sequence*

Well, that was less fun than I'd imagined that dream would be.

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I got the 2003 Most improved player award for Dublin JV hockey team.

see winters in buffalo's post above.

:D I had to i'm sorry, i dont mean nothin by it, i just couldnt let that joke slide by.

Oh man, when someone walks into it like that... you just have to let 'em have it.

:lol:

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take it as you will but I'm really proud of it. I started playing 6 years ago and I was still able to improve enough to win the award, and to tell you the truth I didn't read wib's post, I just saw the topic and replyed right away.

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take it as you will but I'm really proud of it. I started playing 6 years ago and I was still able to improve enough to win the award, and to tell you the truth I didn't read wib's post, I just saw the topic and replyed right away.

It is something to be proud of, I too won a most improved award in basketball once.

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Having it be Randolph makes sense, he literally came out of nowhere this year.

Zach Randolph existed in this dimension last year. He 'figuratively' came out of nowhere this year. I know you meant it for emphasis, but I read these kind of things a lot (not necessarily on this board either), and I have to laugh.

LMAO! :lol::lol::lol:

What's funny is not so much what bs said it's the way you answered it. Good stuff, Sy.

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From 8 points a game to 20 PPG and averaging a double double. Kudos to him, he deserved it and Portland wouldn't have been a threat to the Nuggets without him. I like him alot, hopefully this is the beginning of what will be a great career.

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take it as you will but I'm really proud of it. I started playing 6 years ago and I was still able to improve enough to win the award, and to tell you the truth I didn't read wib's post, I just saw the topic and replyed right away.

No, no... it's cool that you worked your ass off and were recognized for it... that's commendable. It's just the context in which you posted that made it so funny.

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