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Bucket_Nakedz 10-24-2012 01:56 AM

Benji Wilson
 
y'all didn't see the espn 30 for 30 documentary today? i heard a lot about the dude before, but never in depth about how he was really revered. what a horrible tragedy. it was nice to see the film maker give the shooter his side of the story, but i still didn't feel like his remorse was genuine. dudes game reminds of a mix of reggie miller and gerald wallace with pretty good handles.

dbk123 10-24-2012 02:00 AM

Re: Benji Wilson
 
Didn't watch it but I heard he was called magic Johnson with a jumpshot

Bucket_Nakedz 10-24-2012 02:31 AM

Re: Benji Wilson
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by dbk123
Didn't watch it but I heard he was called magic Johnson with a jumpshot

the clips i saw was impressive. that is what stood out more to me, its like his j was so silky and automatic. but his prowess on the block and rebounds was very similar to gerald wallace. i say this because they list him as 6'9. but i think he was little under 6'8. very unique talent

guy 10-24-2012 10:45 AM

Re: Benji Wilson
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Bucket_Nakedz
y'all didn't see the espn 30 for 30 documentary today? i heard a lot about the dude before, but never in depth about how he was really revered. what a horrible tragedy. it was nice to see the film maker give the shooter his side of the story, but i still didn't feel like his remorse was genuine. dudes game reminds of a mix of reggie miller and gerald wallace with pretty good handles.


I don't really understand why he only did 19 out of his 40 year sentence?

DStebb716 10-24-2012 11:12 AM

Re: Benji Wilson
 
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Originally Posted by guy
I don't really understand why he only did 19 out of his 40 year sentence?


every sentence has a way out early. the man served his time and now is doing something to support a positive cause and living in a positive way. everybody deserves a second chance, he got his and he is using it right.


would you rather two lives ended that day?


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