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PostPosted: Thu Jan 25, 2007 9:37 pm
Since you said "Oakley," what the hell is up with all these possibility rumors of Charles Oakley returning?
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 26, 2007 10:30 am
Charles Oakley is such an ODB, he could play at the age of 100. The man would probably still outwork young kids when he's 80. No joke. I wouldn't mind seeing Oak in the league again, but I don't think anyone's got a role for him.
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 26, 2007 10:56 am
#32 wrote:Charles Oakley is such an ODB, he could play at the age of 100. The man would probably still outwork young kids when he's 80. No joke. I wouldn't mind seeing Oak in the league again, but I don't think anyone's got a role for him.

The real end of his career was that missed dunk a few years back. One of the most painful things to watch in NBA history. Oak was on a wide open fastbreak, went up to dunk it and barely jumped high enough to get the ball to the rim, let alone dunk it. He missed horribly and Karl Malone got a fast break on the other side and, making fun of Oakley, took a little two foot jumper instead of dunking it.
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 26, 2007 10:58 am
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#32 wrote:Charles Oakley is such an ODB, he could play at the age of 100. The man would probably still outwork young kids when he's 80. No joke. I wouldn't mind seeing Oak in the league again, but I don't think anyone's got a role for him.

The real end of his career was that missed dunk a few years back. One of the most painful things to watch in NBA history. Oak was on a wide open fastbreak, went up to dunk it and barely jumped high enough to get the ball to the rim, let alone dunk it. He missed horribly and Karl Malone got a fast break on the other side and, making fun of Oakley, took a little two foot jumper instead of dunking it.


And?. Doing that didn't end Foyle's career... :mrgreen:
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 26, 2007 11:05 am
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tHe_pEsTiLeNcE wrote:
#32 wrote:Charles Oakley is such an ODB, he could play at the age of 100. The man would probably still outwork young kids when he's 80. No joke. I wouldn't mind seeing Oak in the league again, but I don't think anyone's got a role for him.

The real end of his career was that missed dunk a few years back. One of the most painful things to watch in NBA history. Oak was on a wide open fastbreak, went up to dunk it and barely jumped high enough to get the ball to the rim, let alone dunk it. He missed horribly and Karl Malone got a fast break on the other side and, making fun of Oakley, took a little two foot jumper instead of dunking it.


And?. Doing that didn't end Foyle's career... :mrgreen:

Foyle is a lot worse than Oakley....

on a separate note:
Oakley used to be a promising athletic small forward who averaged 20 ppg and 15 rpg alongside jordan in the playoffs.
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 26, 2007 11:13 am
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tHe_pEsTiLeNcE wrote:
#32 wrote:Charles Oakley is such an ODB, he could play at the age of 100. The man would probably still outwork young kids when he's 80. No joke. I wouldn't mind seeing Oak in the league again, but I don't think anyone's got a role for him.

The real end of his career was that missed dunk a few years back. One of the most painful things to watch in NBA history. Oak was on a wide open fastbreak, went up to dunk it and barely jumped high enough to get the ball to the rim, let alone dunk it. He missed horribly and Karl Malone got a fast break on the other side and, making fun of Oakley, took a little two foot jumper instead of dunking it.


And?. Doing that didn't end Foyle's career... :mrgreen:

and...when exactly did Foyle START his career? :crybaby:
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 26, 2007 12:12 pm
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#32 wrote:Charles Oakley is such an ODB, he could play at the age of 100. The man would probably still outwork young kids when he's 80. No joke. I wouldn't mind seeing Oak in the league again, but I don't think anyone's got a role for him.

The real end of his career was that missed dunk a few years back. One of the most painful things to watch in NBA history. Oak was on a wide open fastbreak, went up to dunk it and barely jumped high enough to get the ball to the rim, let alone dunk it. He missed horribly and Karl Malone got a fast break on the other side and, making fun of Oakley, took a little two foot jumper instead of dunking it.

I remember that. I also remember Karl Malone not being able to jam for his last, like, 3 seasons, so I was pissed when I was him pull that. Oakley should have knocked his teeth out (and probably could have).
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