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    Default Post a single picture that defines a player's entire career.

    Just post a picture of any player that defines that player's career. You can caption it or leave it blank with just the picture. No photoshopped pictures, just actual pictures.

    I'll start off with two simple examples:

    Michael Jordan


    Vince Carter

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    It should exemplify a specific play that everybody remembers them by, their style of play, one moment in a game, a moment of the court, a dumb mistake they made or something that you think about when thinking about that player.

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    Tracy McGrady



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    Greg Oden


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    Quote Originally Posted by NJW1247
    Tracy McGrady


    larry bird

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    Default Re: Post a single picture that defines a player's entire career.

    Try to make them pictures of the players at least ha.

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    Shit's nasty.

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    Kobe Bryant.

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    Look how fat Shaq is

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    Default Re: Post a single picture that defines a player's entire career.

    Quote Originally Posted by lock


    Kobe Bryant.


    Well played, sir.

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    Looks about right

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    Default Re: Post a single picture that defines a player's entire career.

    Quote Originally Posted by lock


    Kobe Bryant.


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    Default Re: Post a single picture that defines a player's entire career.

    Joplin Globe - February 27, 1966

    Wilt Receives 8-Foot-1 Trophy From 76er Boss

    PHILADELPHIA (AP) -Wilt Chamberlain received an 8-foot-1 trophy from his boss Friday night in recognition of his recent accomplishment of becoming the greatest scorer in the history of the National Basketball Association.

    Chamberlain broke the 20,888 point record held by Bob Pettit, retired St. Louis star, during an away game in West Virginia about a week ago. So, owner Irv Kosloff of the 76ers held appropriate ceremonies before Friday night's game against New York.

    In addition to the trophy, which towered even over the 7-foot plus Chamberlain. Kosloff threw a party for Wilt. But Wilt couldn't make. He went home to New York after the game.

    In addition to the trophy, Chamberlain received a television tape of his record breaking shot. He went out and scored 35 points as the 76ers beat the Knicks 130-124.




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