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    Default Re: EuroLeague Plans Anthony Parker Statue

    Quote Originally Posted by Euroleague
    United States USA:

    Walter Szczerbiak (1967-1984)
    Bob Morse (1968-1986)
    Bob McAdoo (1969-1993)
    Mike D'Antoni (1969-1990)
    Anthony Parker (1993-Present)


    You just owned yourself you moron. Parker did not have the career in Euroleague, nor even close to the ones of Szcerbiak and Bob Morse. Right there you just linked to 2 Americans that had better Euroleague careers than Parker.

    You are some dense people.
    manu ginobili > anthony parker

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    Default Re: EuroLeague Plans Anthony Parker Statue

    Quote Originally Posted by Myth
    Just because it hasn't been formally announced doesn't mean it isn't in the works. He'll get one. If Jordan gets one for what he accomplished in the NBA, Parker will easily get one for his contributions to the Euroleague.
    Jordan does not have an NBA statute you idiot. He had one for a single team. You must be about 8 years old.

    And Jordan was the best player on his team, Parker was not the best player on Maccabi.
    Last edited by Euroleague; 03-05-2012 at 06:31 PM.

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    Default Re: EuroLeague Plans Anthony Parker Statue

    Don't forget Parker won a final 4 MVP too.

    So he actually won Euroleague MVP's back to back to back.



    But how about that time 36 year old broken down 10 years after his peak Dominique Wilkins led a team of scrubs to a Euroleague championship?

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    Default Re: EuroLeague Plans Anthony Parker Statue

    Quote Originally Posted by Euroleague
    United States USA:

    Walter Szczerbiak (1967-1984)
    Bob Morse (1968-1986)
    Bob McAdoo (1969-1993)
    Mike D'Antoni (1969-1990)
    Anthony Parker (1993-Present)


    You just owned yourself you moron. Parker did not have the career in Euroleague, nor even close to the ones of Szcerbiak and Bob Morse. Right there you just linked to 2 Americans that had better Euroleague careers than Parker.

    You are some dense people.

    just stating that of the 35 greatest euroleague players.... 1/7 of them are americans and 18 more were nominated.

    how many europeans are on the NBA's 50 Greatest player list... Dirk?

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    Default Re: EuroLeague Plans Anthony Parker Statue

    Quote Originally Posted by Knicks101
    You're a liar. That's like saying that Dirk Nowitzki won the NBA Finals MVP. He didn't, he won the Bill Russell NBA Finals MVP. Geez.

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    Default Re: EuroLeague Plans Anthony Parker Statue

    Quote Originally Posted by Droid101
    Before it was called "Euroleage MVP." Yep, he did.

    "The Euroleague MVP in its current form was awarded for the first time during the Euroleague 2004-05 season. It replaced both the original Euroleague Regular Season MVP and Euroleague Top 16 MVP awards. The Euroleague MVP award combined the previous regular season and Top 16 awards together, into a new award that is for the entire Euroleague season, except the Euroleague Final Four, which has its own MVP award."

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Euroleague_MVP

    Season MVP Position Nationality Team
    FIBA SuproLeague 2000-01*[a] Nate Huffman Center United States Maccabi Tel Aviv



    From your own link you lying SOB

    Nate Huffman did not play in the actual Euroleague in the 2000-01 season. He played in the FIBA SuproLeague that season, which was an entirely different and separate competition. However, after that season, the FIBA SuproLeague was dissolved and absorbed into the Euroleague. As part of this arrangement, the Euroleague agreed to recognize the championship and awards of that competition. However, the SuproLeague MVP award, while recognized, is not considered a Euroleague MVP, but rather a SuproLeague MVP. Just as all the stats from the FIBA SuproLeague competition are recognized, but are not considered to be Euroleague stats.
    Last edited by Euroleague; 03-05-2012 at 06:34 PM.

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    Default Re: EuroLeague Plans Anthony Parker Statue

    Quote Originally Posted by Knicks101
    You're a liar. That's like saying that Dirk Nowitzki won the NBA Finals MVP. He didn't, he won the Bill Russell NBA Finals MVP. Geez.
    Euroleague.net

    Nate Huffman NEVER played in the league in the year he supposedly was MVP

    http://www.euroleague.net/competitio...asoncode=E2001

    The official Euroleague website states that Huffman did not even play in the season (2000-01) in which the LIAR TROLL Droid101 is claiming he was league MVP.

    What an amazing feat, being MVP of the league, despite not actually even playing in it.

    In other words, you are a moron for believing anything the LIAR TROLL droid101 types.

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    Default Re: EuroLeague Plans Anthony Parker Statue

    Quote Originally Posted by Euroleague
    From your own link you lying SOB

    Nate Huffman did not play in the actual Euroleague in the 2000-01 season. He played in the FIBA SuproLeague that season, which was an entirely different and separate competition. However, after that season, the FIBA SuproLeague was dissolved and absorbed into the Euroleague. As part of this arrangement, the Euroleague agreed to recognize the championship and awards of that competition. However, the SuproLeague MVP award, while recognized, is not considered a Euroleague MVP, but rather a SuproLeague MVP. Just as all the stats from the FIBA SuproLeague competition are recognized, but are not considered to be Euroleague stats.
    So I guess Julius Irving's ABA MVP's mean nothing.

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    Default Re: EuroLeague Plans Anthony Parker Statue

    Quote Originally Posted by LJJ
    Don't forget Parker won a final 4 MVP too.

    So he actually won Euroleague MVP's back to back to back.



    But how about that time 36 year old broken down 10 years after his peak Dominique Wilkins led a team of scrubs to a Euroleague championship?
    And lost 3-2 in the Greek playoffs the same year, and averaged over 18 a game in the NBA the next year.

    Don't forget. Since "facts" are what you care about.............
    Last edited by Euroleague; 03-05-2012 at 07:10 PM.

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    Default Re: EuroLeague Plans Anthony Parker Statue

    Quote Originally Posted by Euroleague
    Jordan does not have an NBA statute you idiot. He had one for a a single team. You must be about 8 years old.

    And Jordan was the best player on his team, Parker was not the best player on Maccabi.

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    Default Re: EuroLeague Plans Anthony Parker Statue

    Quote Originally Posted by Droid101
    So I guess Julius Irving's ABA MVP's mean nothing.
    So now you are claiming that ABA MVP awards are the same thing as NBA MVP awards............

    You are a freaking clown.

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    Default Re: EuroLeague Plans Anthony Parker Statue

    Quote Originally Posted by Myth
    Sergey Belov won the Euroleague MVP 3 times in 4 years. Since you are claiming that winning 2 MVPs in a row is "GOAT" that just proves what a lying troll you are.

    3 MVPs in 4 years > 2 in a row.

    You are a lying troll.

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    Default Re: EuroLeague Plans Anthony Parker Statue

    Well, I have to get ready for work. Thank you Euroleague for not letting me down with your crazed overreactions. It was entertaining as usual.

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    Default Re: EuroLeague Plans Anthony Parker Statue

    Quote Originally Posted by Euroleague
    And lost 3-1 in the Greek playoffs the same year, and averaged over 18 a game in the NBA the next year.

    Don't forget. Since "facts" are what you care about.............
    You mean the next season when he was a bench player on a horrible 20-62 Spurs team? Haha.


    Leading a scrub Euroleague team to a championship as a Euroleague rookie. One of the GOAT Euroleague seasons.

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    Default Re: EuroLeague Plans Anthony Parker Statue

    Quote Originally Posted by Euroleague
    Sergey Belov won the Euroleague MVP 3 times in 4 years. Since you are claiming that winning 2 MVPs in a row is "GOAT" that just proves what a lying troll you are.

    3 MVPs in 4 years > 2 in a row.

    You are a lying troll.
    actually... according to you the Euroleague MVP didn't exist until 2004.

    so no i guess it isnt the same

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