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    Default Penny Hardaway dunking on 7 footers

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    He could have been a top 75 players of all time if weren't for his injuries.


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    Default Re: Penny Hardaway dunking on 7 footers

    Penny was so damn exciting in the mid 90s.

    Hype was real.

    As I am transported back to 1996, it was Hill, Penny, Shaq, Webber, Kidd, that was the same generation and poised to be the next group of superstars.

    Only Shaq and Kidd didn't get their careers destroyed by injuries.

    Truth be told, it was a big part in why the late 90s and early 00s had old heads hanging around as much as they did.

    It's just such a waste that Hill and Penny never made it to superstardom.

    Penny to me was like a more mobile T-Mac.

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    Default Re: Penny Hardaway dunking on 7 footers

    Quote Originally Posted by Lebron23 View Post
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    He could have been a top 75 players of all time if weren't for his injuries.

    Good one OP!

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    Default Re: Penny Hardaway dunking on 7 footers

    Post-injury penny vs Kobe. I have no doubt penny would equally play well in this era.


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    Default Re: Penny Hardaway dunking on 7 footers

    Penny was supposed to carry the torch after Mike along with Grant, too bad injuries happened.

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    Default Re: Penny Hardaway dunking on 7 footers

    Great Player. A 6'7 PG/SG Combo. Sad injuries destroyed his real potential.

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