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Old 09-19-2007, 10:15 PM   #16
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ISH must be running low on Band Switch*.

*It just never gets old.
i know i was going to start a lebron23ism's post...the guy just cracks me up...what was the one he used in the poem he wrote?
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Jeff needs to buy more band switch, running a website isn't rocket scientist.
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Jeff needs to buy more band switch, running a website isn't rocket scientist.

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Old 09-19-2007, 10:18 PM   #19
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shut the fuck up you fork in the road

Thats the biggest law break in the internet you piece of turd corn fart.
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Thats the biggest law break in the internet you piece of turd corn fart.

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please ban this phuck Randyidiot his stupid posts are worst in this site.
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Old 09-19-2007, 10:22 PM   #21
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mr. qwerty,

i have stage fright, can i have some backstage power?
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Old 09-19-2007, 10:26 PM   #23
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please ban this phuck Randyidiot his stupid posts are worst in this site.



I do not care if you are already 40 yrs.old balls sucker but you will definitely will die in the nexts few weeks.
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I do not care if you are already 40 yrs.old balls sucker but you will definitely will die in the nexts few weeks.

I will let Mr. Jeff Lenchiner know your trash posts brings down the Insidehoops quality.

InsideHoops.com, or Inside Hoops, is a basketball news website that was founded in 1999 by Jeff Lenchiner. The site, which updates several times a day, primarily delivers NBA basketball coverage. The site also features basic daily college basketball coverage, WNBA news roundups, and coverage of top high school and street basketball events in the United States, as well as minor league and international hoops.

A professional media outlet with press credential access to every level of basketball, Inside Hoops' staff is small and only consists of respected professional sports journalists. Editorial contributors to the website number in the hundreds. Former writers for InsideHoops.com currently have jobs at New York Newsday, Deadspin, CSTV, ESPN radio and other well-known outlets.


InsideHoops.com publishes exclusive interviews with the superstars of basketball. Some of the famous players to have done face-to-face Inside Hoops interviews include LeBron James, Tim Duncan, Steve Nash, Vince Carter, Jason Kidd, Paul Pierce, Chris Paul, Dwight Howard, Kevin Garnett, Yao Ming, Chris Webber, Elton Brand, Tracy McGrady, Shawn Marion, Ron Artest, Jermaine O'Neal, Pat Riley, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and the majority of known players in professional basketball.

Because so many players interview with InsideHoops.com, the site is known as the home base for lots of famous NBA players. Many of them have recorded audio welcomes for the website, which are found on the lower right corner of the front page. NBA commissioner David Stern even recorded a greeting, welcoming readers to Inside Hoops.

InsideHoops.com was called "a haven for pro basketball junkies" by Sports Illustrated in their December 25, 2000 issue. It was named "Best of the Web" by Forbes a year later. The InsideHoops.com NBA Rumors page, praised by Yahoo Internet Life back in 2001, is famous and read by the majority of the basketball media and fan world. Newsweek magazine recommended InsideHoops.com in March of 2005, citing its "clever analysis."

InsideHoops.com and the NBA basketball analysis of Jeff Lenchiner are regularly quoted as a source by leading sports journalists and major newspapers, magazines and radio shows. The website has been referenced in basketball articles by the New York Times, New York Post, Boston Globe, Philadelphia Daily News, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Chicago Tribune, Chicago Sun-Times, Los Angeles Times, Associated Press, SportsTicker, NBA.com, CNNSI.com, ESPN Insider, Kansas City Star, Indianapolis Star, Boston Globe, Philadelphia Daily News, Jerusalem Post and dozens of other major newspapers and magazines.

Jeff Lenchiner has been interviewed as a guest NBA expert on ESPN radio in multiple cities, ABC radio across most of the United States, BBC radio, WFAN radio in New York, VH1 "Fabulous Life of Hoop Superstars" television special, WB channel 11 evening news in NYC and other top outlets.

Lenchiner, as of late 2006, also writes basketball features for HOOP, the official magazine of the NBA.

Lenchiner also wrote the majority of NBA all-star player profiles for the official 2007 NBA All-Star weekend event program. The 2007 All-Star game will take place in Las Vegas, and is expected to be one of the most celebrated All-Star events in the history of the league because it's taking place in a city that does not have an actual NBA team of its own and is infamous for its parties and nightlife. Lenchiner wrote the player profiles for Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, Steve Nash, Tim Duncan and other top-tier All-Stars.

Lenchiner also speaks publicly and in January of 2007 was a guest in a graduate level sports journalism class in City University of New York. Roy Johnson, former New York Times and Sports Illustated columnist, and the writer of authorized biographies for Magic Johnson and Charles Barkley, had Jeff speak to future journalists about the digital age and how the internet is changing the face of sports journalism.

Lenchiner was called "a virtual one-man basketball team" by Sports Illustrated in their Dec. 25, 2000 issue.

The Inside Hoops message boards features a very popular NBA forum with thousands of posts a day. They have personal forums for all NBA teams, as well as forums for college, high school, draft, streetball, international, and a sneakers forum.
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Old 09-19-2007, 10:31 PM   #25
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I will let Mr. Jeff Lenchiner know your trash posts brings down the Insidehoops quality.

InsideHoops.com, or Inside Hoops, is a basketball news website that was founded in 1999 by Jeff Lenchiner. The site, which updates several times a day, primarily delivers NBA basketball coverage.
Sweet little lies. The number of days ive updated this site till noon or later waiting for some galdang rumors!. I guess I could always go scope the newspapers myself but hey, Im too busy posting bull**** in the OFT!
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I just ****ing realized, where the hell did my PM box go? I can't make PM's?
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I found a mistake!

He forgot the fantasy forum!

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Default Re: When did the PM limit switch to 25?

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I will let Mr. Jeff Lenchiner know your trash posts brings down the Insidehoops quality.

InsideHoops.com, or Inside Hoops, is a basketball news website that was founded in 1999 by Jeff Lenchiner. The site, which updates several times a day, primarily delivers NBA basketball coverage. The site also features basic daily college basketball coverage, WNBA news roundups, and coverage of top high school and street basketball events in the United States, as well as minor league and international hoops.

A professional media outlet with press credential access to every level of basketball, Inside Hoops' staff is small and only consists of respected professional sports journalists. Editorial contributors to the website number in the hundreds. Former writers for InsideHoops.com currently have jobs at New York Newsday, Deadspin, CSTV, ESPN radio and other well-known outlets.


InsideHoops.com publishes exclusive interviews with the superstars of basketball. Some of the famous players to have done face-to-face Inside Hoops interviews include LeBron James, Tim Duncan, Steve Nash, Vince Carter, Jason Kidd, Paul Pierce, Chris Paul, Dwight Howard, Kevin Garnett, Yao Ming, Chris Webber, Elton Brand, Tracy McGrady, Shawn Marion, Ron Artest, Jermaine O'Neal, Pat Riley, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and the majority of known players in professional basketball.

Because so many players interview with InsideHoops.com, the site is known as the home base for lots of famous NBA players. Many of them have recorded audio welcomes for the website, which are found on the lower right corner of the front page. NBA commissioner David Stern even recorded a greeting, welcoming readers to Inside Hoops.

InsideHoops.com was called "a haven for pro basketball junkies" by Sports Illustrated in their December 25, 2000 issue. It was named "Best of the Web" by Forbes a year later. The InsideHoops.com NBA Rumors page, praised by Yahoo Internet Life back in 2001, is famous and read by the majority of the basketball media and fan world. Newsweek magazine recommended InsideHoops.com in March of 2005, citing its "clever analysis."

InsideHoops.com and the NBA basketball analysis of Jeff Lenchiner are regularly quoted as a source by leading sports journalists and major newspapers, magazines and radio shows. The website has been referenced in basketball articles by the New York Times, New York Post, Boston Globe, Philadelphia Daily News, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Chicago Tribune, Chicago Sun-Times, Los Angeles Times, Associated Press, SportsTicker, NBA.com, CNNSI.com, ESPN Insider, Kansas City Star, Indianapolis Star, Boston Globe, Philadelphia Daily News, Jerusalem Post and dozens of other major newspapers and magazines.

Jeff Lenchiner has been interviewed as a guest NBA expert on ESPN radio in multiple cities, ABC radio across most of the United States, BBC radio, WFAN radio in New York, VH1 "Fabulous Life of Hoop Superstars" television special, WB channel 11 evening news in NYC and other top outlets.

Lenchiner, as of late 2006, also writes basketball features for HOOP, the official magazine of the NBA.

Lenchiner also wrote the majority of NBA all-star player profiles for the official 2007 NBA All-Star weekend event program. The 2007 All-Star game will take place in Las Vegas, and is expected to be one of the most celebrated All-Star events in the history of the league because it's taking place in a city that does not have an actual NBA team of its own and is infamous for its parties and nightlife. Lenchiner wrote the player profiles for Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, Steve Nash, Tim Duncan and other top-tier All-Stars.

Lenchiner also speaks publicly and in January of 2007 was a guest in a graduate level sports journalism class in City University of New York. Roy Johnson, former New York Times and Sports Illustated columnist, and the writer of authorized biographies for Magic Johnson and Charles Barkley, had Jeff speak to future journalists about the digital age and how the internet is changing the face of sports journalism.

Lenchiner was called "a virtual one-man basketball team" by Sports Illustrated in their Dec. 25, 2000 issue.

The Inside Hoops message boards features a very popular NBA forum with thousands of posts a day. They have personal forums for all NBA teams, as well as forums for college, high school, draft, streetball, international, and a sneakers forum.

It is obvious that you are internet stalker for Jeff Lenchiner. I am in no moods for this so why don't you just jump into a building and pretend to be Superman
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