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    Default Richard Hamilton averaged 20.0 ppg in 2001-02 and 17.6 ppg in 2003-04, yet...

    ...he missed the playoffs in 2002, whereas he won the championship in 2004.

    How is it possible to miss the playoffs with a 20.0 ppg averaging Richard Hamilton, when a 17.6 ppg averaging Richard Hamilton is capable of winning a championship as the leading scorer in the finals of the finals winning team?


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    Default Re: Richard Hamilton averaged 20.0 ppg in 2001-02 and 17.6 ppg in 2003-04, yet...

    was on a bad team when he averaged 20. On one of the best teams when he averaged 17. Are you really that stupid?

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    Default Re: Richard Hamilton averaged 20.0 ppg in 2001-02 and 17.6 ppg in 2003-04, yet...

    He might even be better than mike conley as teammate.

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    Default Re: Richard Hamilton averaged 20.0 ppg in 2001-02 and 17.6 ppg in 2003-04, yet...

    Quote Originally Posted by theman93 View Post
    41 year old jordan led a team with scrub ass tyron lue, christian laettner and KAWAMAY brown to higher win record than Lebron did with 4 future HOFs????

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    Default Re: Richard Hamilton averaged 20.0 ppg in 2001-02 and 17.6 ppg in 2003-04, yet...

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    41 year old jordan led a team with scrub ass tyron lue, christian laettner and KAWAMAY brown to higher win record than Lebron did with 4 future HOFs????
    GMJ forced the team to draft K'wame Braun. And followed it up by stacking the deck with the Dream Teamer who beat out Shaq for a spot on the...Dream Team. All in an attempt to win now. Ended up completely missing the playoffs and the franchise has still not recovered from his reign of terror!

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    Default Re: Richard Hamilton averaged 20.0 ppg in 2001-02 and 17.6 ppg in 2003-04, yet...

    Sidenote: The #1 seed in the east in the 2001-02 season, where the superior, 20.0 ppg averaging version of Hamilton missed the playoffs had 52 wins. That is the second lowest number of wins for a #1 seed in the 3 point era, only surpassed by the 2002-03 #1 seed who had 50 wins, and where the Wizards missed the playoffs yet again.

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    Default Re: Richard Hamilton averaged 20.0 ppg in 2001-02 and 17.6 ppg in 2003-04, yet...

    OP's brain is an example why Darwin's theory is just a theory

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    Default Re: Richard Hamilton averaged 20.0 ppg in 2001-02 and 17.6 ppg in 2003-04, yet...

    Quote Originally Posted by theman93 View Post

    1 HOF won more than 5..

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    Default Re: Richard Hamilton averaged 20.0 ppg in 2001-02 and 17.6 ppg in 2003-04, yet...

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    Default Re: Richard Hamilton averaged 20.0 ppg in 2001-02 and 17.6 ppg in 2003-04, yet...

    Quote Originally Posted by TheGoatest View Post
    Sidenote: The #1 seed in the east in the 2001-02 season, where the superior, 20.0 ppg averaging version of Hamilton missed the playoffs had 52 wins. That is the second lowest number of wins for a #1 seed in the 3 point era, only surpassed by the 2002-03 #1 seed who had 50 wins, and where the Wizards missed the playoffs yet again.
    You don't say? The worst ever?

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    Default Re: Richard Hamilton averaged 20.0 ppg in 2001-02 and 17.6 ppg in 2003-04, yet...

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    You don't say? The worst ever?
    Yes, that's how pathetic the eastern conference was in those two particular seasons (2001-02 and 2002-03).

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    Default Re: Richard Hamilton averaged 20.0 ppg in 2001-02 and 17.6 ppg in 2003-04, yet...

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    The only thing hilarious about this picture is that they put jordon in the middle of the Wizards, implying he was the leader instead of the player who led the team in scoring AND assists: Jerry Stackhouse

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    Default Re: Richard Hamilton averaged 20.0 ppg in 2001-02 and 17.6 ppg in 2003-04, yet...

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    Aren't there like 5 future Hall of Famers in this lower photo? How embarrassing.

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    Default Re: Richard Hamilton averaged 20.0 ppg in 2001-02 and 17.6 ppg in 2003-04, yet...

    Quote Originally Posted by TheGoatest View Post


    The only thing hilarious about this picture is that they put jordon in the middle of the Wizards, implying he was the leader instead of the player who led the team in scoring AND assists: Jerry Stackhouse

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