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    Default anyone else know why only black players from the 50's/60's/70's get respect?

    ( with the exception of jerry west obviously but only due to him being the nba logo )


    guys who get respect all time

    - Bill Russell ( black )

    - Wilt Chamberlain ( black )

    - Oscar Robertson ( black )

    - Elgin Baylor ( black )

    - Kareem Abdul Jabbar ( black )

    - Julius Erving ( black



    guys who get no respect

    - George Mikan ( first dominant center and leader of the first dynasty Lakers )

    - Bob Pettit ( one of the most dominant PF's ever )

    - John Havlicek ( 8 for 8 in finals and leader of later and post celtics dynasty )

    - Bob Cousy ( true leader of the early celtics dynasty )

    - Rick Barry ( had some of the most dominant finals ever )

    - Paul Arizin ( averaged almost 30ppg in a title run )

    - Bill Sharman ( legendary celtic and big time scorer )

    - Tom Heinsohn ( led multiple celtics titles in scoring )

    - Gail Goodrich ( led wilts 1972 lakers playoff and finals team in scoring and shot 46% to wests 37% for the post season )

    - Dave Cowens ( from the 70s winning League MVP and 2 championships. nobody cares. )

    - Billy Cunningham ( another league mvp/champion combo )

    - Pete Maravich ( invented half the moves used today )



    and in the 80s Kevin Mchale isn't given nearly the credit he deserves. he topped larry bird in scoring for the 1986 finals

    Mark Price was a dominant point guard. nobody cares

    Danny Ainge should be on deion sanders and bo jacksons level in terms of multi sport athletes. he was one of the best football/baseball and basketball players in college. nobody cares

    Arvydas Sabonis? no respect

    Jack Sickma? no respect

    Mark Eaton? no respect



    but we all remember every black guy from these eras from dr J to moses to isiah and many more. if they're black they're a made man if they did anything great. even if they never won a damn thing like barkley or dominique


    why is there so much racism in the nba and throughout history



    history will have you believe that there were only 3 white guys that were ever any good

    Jerry West
    Larry Bird
    Luka Doncic






    oh and did you hear? now john stockton is a bum like bob cousy and had no left hand


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    Default Re: anyone else know why only black players from the 50's/60's/70's get respect?

    anyone ever hear of Oscar Schmidt?






    Considered basketball's unofficial all-time leader in points scored:
    49,737 career total points scored in 1,615 games played (30.8 points per game):
    42,044 career points scored in 1,289 professional club games played (32.6 points per game).
    7,693 points scored in 326 Brazilian national team games played (23.6 points per game).
    Brazilian national team's all-time leading scorer[21]
    FIBA World Cup's all-time leader in points scored:
    843 career points scored in 33 games played (25.5 points per game)
    1978 FIBA World Championship: All-Tournament Team
    1986 FIBA World Championship: All-Tournament Team
    1990 FIBA World Championship: All-Tournament Team
    1990 FIBA World Championship's Top Scorer (34.6 points per game)
    Summer Olympics's all-time leader in points scored:[22]
    1,093 career points scored – 28.8 points per game
    3× Summer Olympics Top Scorer:[22]
    Seoul 1988 – 42.3 points per game (the record in any edition)
    Barcelona 1992 – 24.8 points per game
    Atlanta 1996 – 27.4 points per game
    Most points scored in a game at the Summer Olympics – 55 against Spain, 24 September 1988 (lost 118–110)[22]
    FIBA Intercontinental Cup Finals Top Scorer (1979)
    7× Italian League Top Scorer: (1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1989, 1990, 1992)
    2× Italian 2nd Division Top Scorer (1991, 1993)
    Spanish League Top Scorer: (1994)
    10× Brazilian Championship Top Scorer: (1979, 1980, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003)
    He scored 66 points in an Italian League game on 30 November 1991[8][9]
    He scored 74 points in a São Paulo State Championship game on 28 November 1997[15][16][17]
    Retired club jerseys: #18 JuveCaserta (1990), #11 Pavia (1993), #14 C.R. Flamengo (2003)
    FIBA European Selection: (1991)
    FIBA's 50 Greatest Players: (1991)
    Olympic Order: (1997)
    FIBA Hall of Fame inductee: (2010)
    Basketball Hall of Fame: (2013)
    Italian Basketball Hall of Fame: (2017)
    As a member of pro club teams
    4× São Paulo State Championship champion: 1974, Sírio 1978, 1979, 1998
    3× Brazilian Championship champion: 1977, 1979, 1996
    South American Club Championship champion: 1979
    FIBA Intercontinental Cup champion: 1979
    Italian Cup winner: 1988
    2× Rio de Janeiro State Championship champion: 1999, 2002
    Brazil national team
    3× FIBA South American Championship: Gold (1977, 1983, 1985)
    FIBA World Cup: Bronze (1978)
    2× FIBA South American Championship: Silver: (1979, 1981)
    Pan American Games: Bronze (1979)
    Pan American Games: Gold (1987)
    FIBA AmeriCup: Bronze (1989)

    FIBA Intercontinental Cup champion (1979)
    FIBA Intercontinental Cup Finals Top Scorer (1979)
    FIBA's 50 Greatest Players (1991)
    FIBA European Selection (1991)
    Spanish League Top Scorer (1994)
    2× Spanish League All-Star (1993, 1994)
    Spanish League All-Star Game 3 Point Contest Champion (1993)
    Italian Basketball Hall of Fame (2017)
    7× Italian League Top Scorer (1984–1987, 1989, 1990, 1992)
    Italian Cup winner (1988)
    10× Italian League All-Star (1983–1992)
    Italian League All-Star Game MVP (1987)
    3× Italian League All-Star Game 3 Point Contest Champion (1987–1989)
    2× Italian 2nd Division Top Scorer (1991, 1993)
    South American Club Championship champion (1979)
    3× Brazilian Championship champion (1977, 1979, 1996)
    10× Brazilian Championship Top Scorer (1979, 1980, 1996–2003)
    Olympic Order (1997)
    No. 18 retired by JuveCaserta (1990)
    No. 11 retired by Pavia (1993)
    No. 14 retired by Flamengo (2003)

    S.E. Palmeiras: Brazilian Basketball Championship: 1974–78
    E.C. Sírio: Brazilian Basketball Championship: 1978–82
    América do Rio: Brazilian Basketball Championship: 1982
    JuveCaserta: Italian Second Division: 1982–83
    JuveCaserta: Italian Basketball League: 1983–90
    Pavia: Italian Second Division: 1990–91
    Pavia: Italian Basketball League: 1991–92
    Pavia: Italian Second Division: 1992–93
    Valladolid: Spanish Basketball League: 1993–95
    S.C. Corinthians Paulista: Brazilian Basketball Championship: 1995–97
    Bandeirantes / Mackenzie: Brazilian Basketball Championship: 1997–99
    C.R. Flamengo: Brazilian Basketball Championship: 1999–03
    Honors and awards
    Summer Olympics Records
    All-time leading points scorer: 1,093 points
    Most total points scored in a tournament: 338 points
    Highest per game scoring average in a tournament: 42.3 points per game
    Most points scored in a single game: 55 points
    Oldest player to score 40 or more points in a single game: 38 years and 155 days (scored 45 points)
    Tied for most tournament appearances by a men's basketball player: 5 (tied with Teófilo Cruz, Andrew Gaze, Luis Scola, and Juan Carlos Navarro)




    nobody cares

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    Default Re: anyone else know why only black players from the 50's/60's/70's get respect?

    KKKenny really struggling to pretend to be a black guy.

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    Default Re: anyone else know why only black players from the 50's/60's/70's get respect?

    Quote Originally Posted by RRR3 View Post
    KKKenny really struggling to pretend to be a black guy.
    i grew up in italy moron. i'm basically white.




    i married a spanish woman



    these were my best friends in highschool




    this was my best friend and father figure when i entered the nba




    this man became my best friend





    i never hung out with teammates

    i couldn't rap

    i speak many different languages and none of them being ghetto hood speak. and when i tried to do it at 18/19 it was obviously phoney

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    Default Re: anyone else know why only black players from the 50's/60's/70's get respect?

    my idol growing up was mike d'antoni for f*ck sakes



    where do you think i got #8 from

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    Default Re: anyone else know why only black players from the 50's/60's/70's get respect?

    I knew Kkkenny couldn’t hide his racism for long lmao. Kobe would never say anything like this. The mask is gone. Kkkenny.

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    Default Re: anyone else know why only black players from the 50's/60's/70's get respect?





    btw my boy oscar called me the true goat

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    Default Re: anyone else know why only black players from the 50's/60's/70's get respect?

    Quote Originally Posted by RRR3 View Post
    I knew Kkkenny couldn’t hide his racism for long lmao. Kobe would never say anything like this. The mask is gone. Kkkenny.
    you obviously don't know me at all. you actually think jordan was my idol? or magic? lmao i just took jordans moves and watched a few laker tapes. i went to see d'antoni and oscar play live. they were my true inspirations


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    Default Re: anyone else know why only black players from the 50's/60's/70's get respect?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kobe_Bryant View Post
    i grew up in italy moron. i'm basically white.




    i married a spanish woman



    these were my best friends in highschool




    this was my best friend and father figure when i entered the nba




    this man became my best friend





    i never hung out with teammates

    i couldn't rap

    i speak many different languages and none of them being ghetto hood speak. and when i tried to do it at 18/19 it was obviously phoney
    don't forget the woman you raped was white, so i guess you were trying to FORCE yourself into being white hahahahaa

    anyways, WTF is the question in this thread? i'm confused

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    Default Re: anyone else know why only black players from the 50's/60's/70's get respect?

    Quote Originally Posted by HBK_Kliq_2 View Post
    don't forget the woman you raped was white, so i guess you were trying to FORCE yourself into being white hahahahaa

    anyways, WTF is the question in this thread? i'm confused


    yeah and












    you know all my friends on that helicopter were white. i literally only had white friends my entire life


    and its about the NBA burying white legends and only giving credit to black ones

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    Default Re: anyone else know why only black players from the 50's/60's/70's get respect?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kobe_Bryant View Post
    yeah and












    you know all my friends on that helicopter were white. i literally only had white friends my entire life


    and its about the NBA burying white legends and only giving credit to black ones
    Eh I actually see it as the other way around. There's not many white stars, so they try to prop up the very few that they have. Jerry west wins a finals mvp even when he loses, luka doncic gets all these all NBA 1st teams, Larry bird was hyped as the great white god or whatever. Jokic just won mvp even though he doesn't play defense.

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