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Old 07-27-2016, 11:14 PM   #61
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You have to be an incredibly stupid moron to think that the biggest sports clubs in the world (these clubs have incredibly enormous fan bases in the several tens of millions, or even more) are playing and only 1 million people watch.

There seems to be no bounds to your stupidity.

The last final four had 1 million people just in attendance at the outside TV viewing area.
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Old 07-28-2016, 12:40 AM   #62
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An amateur league is where players don't get paid (NCAA). A league where players don't get paid enough to make a living without other money (like D-League), is called "semi-pro".

Euroleague is a fully professional league, you freaking idiot. Average salary was over $1.1 million 2 years ago, and the budgets of the teams have gone up quite a bit since then.

A league where players make on average over a million a year is PROFESSIONAL, not amateur.

Get a dictionary and learn the English language, you inbred POS redneck trailer trash.

And just STFU with your insane claim that "NCAA is a higher level league than Euroleague".


Hey Coach Nick and all your alts, you can.....
I think our disagreement is more of a definition issue than anything, you're defining pro vs amateur on the basis of pay, in which case I can't factually disagree that NCAA players don't get paid while Euroleague players do.

But I'm of the mindset that it's the level of play that determines whether a league is amateur vs pro. I think we can both agree that the NCAA is a higher level of play than Euroleague, and the NBA is on a totally different planet altogether. If I had to boil it down, I'd go NBA>>>>NCAA>>Euroleague=CBA.
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Old 07-28-2016, 02:05 AM   #63
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Old 07-28-2016, 05:30 PM   #64
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You are the dumbest person to ever post in this website.


Using this logic, no team in Americas could ever win a single game against a European team....

Spain 91 the best of Americas Venezuela 55

FACT

You are so retarded it can't even be put into words.

You left out best of Europe Spain. You're saying PR would not win game in Eurobasket and you give an example of the best team in Europe.

USA 96 the 2nd best of Europe Lithuania 68

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Serbia would not win a game in FIBA Americas
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Old 07-28-2016, 11:33 PM   #65
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I think our disagreement is more of a definition issue than anything, you're defining pro vs amateur on the basis of pay, in which case I can't factually disagree that NCAA players don't get paid while Euroleague players do.

But I'm of the mindset that it's the level of play that determines whether a league is amateur vs pro. I think we can both agree that the NCAA is a higher level of play than Euroleague, and the NBA is on a totally different planet altogether. If I had to boil it down, I'd go NBA>>>>NCAA>>Euroleague=CBA.

Another one of Coach Nick's troll aliases has been officially identified here.

Proven ISH Coach Nick troll aliases....

gabepizza
Milbuck


Not only does he claim NCAA is better than Euroleague, but he also claims Chinese Basketball Association is as good as Euroleague....

Yep, clearly without any doubt a Coach Nick alias. Which is no surprise really, as his other known and proven alias (gabepizza) is also trolling here.

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Old 07-28-2016, 11:34 PM   #66
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You left out best of Europe Spain. You're saying PR would not win game in Eurobasket and you give an example of the best team in Europe.

USA 96 the 2nd best of Europe Lithuania 68

FACT

Serbia would not win a game in FIBA Americas

The fact that the post I made, and the post you made here in response, is how you make EVERY SINGLE POST can't even dawn on you.

You are too stupid to even grasp when you are being mocked, and that your own condescension troll posting is an exact duplicate of your regular posts.

The point was, that ALL OF YOUR POSTS are like that.
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Old 07-29-2016, 05:19 AM   #67
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I think our disagreement is more of a definition issue than anything, you're defining pro vs amateur on the basis of pay, in which case I can't factually disagree that NCAA players don't get paid while Euroleague players do.

But I'm of the mindset that it's the level of play that determines whether a league is amateur vs pro. I think we can both agree that the NCAA is a higher level of play than Euroleague, and the NBA is on a totally different planet altogether. If I had to boil it down, I'd go NBA>>>>NCAA>>Euroleague=CBA.
This is horrific post
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Old 07-29-2016, 12:31 PM   #68
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I think our disagreement is more of a definition issue than anything, you're defining pro vs amateur on the basis of pay, in which case I can't factually disagree that NCAA players don't get paid while Euroleague players do.

But I'm of the mindset that it's the level of play that determines whether a league is amateur vs pro. I think we can both agree that the NCAA is a higher level of play than Euroleague, and the NBA is on a totally different planet altogether. If I had to boil it down, I'd go NBA>>>>NCAA>>Euroleague=CBA.

You got a point bro but the level of play of might be an overstatement because a lot of these are not quite there yet physically wise.

But make no mistake, a college team like UCLA has produced more elite players than the whole Europe.
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Old 07-29-2016, 09:15 PM   #69
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Default Re: 2016 Team USA discussion: USA vs China (again) Tue July 26, 10pm ET, NBA TV

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Euroleague final four has more than a million in each of the countries you idiot.

In just Spain and Greece alone, it averages about 10 million.

Greece has around 11M ppl u retard. And im pretty sure 20% of spain does not watch godamm eurobasket, its a football country, and even thought basket,futsal and hockey are quite bit in spain, it draws nowhere near that sort of attention.

Not surprised at ur BS thought.
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Old 07-29-2016, 09:21 PM   #70
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You have to be an incredibly stupid moron to think that the biggest sports clubs in the world (these clubs have incredibly enormous fan bases in the several tens of millions, or even more) are playing and only 1 million people watch.

The last final four had 1 million people just in attendance at the outside TV viewing area.

BS at the bolded, that simply doesnt happen. You dont even have 1 million people together when celebrating football championships(which is way more important.

And Clubs like Barca and Real are some of the VERY few clubs in the world that have 10+ Mil true supporters in their countries, and most of those fans only care about football.

You are just spewing BS and lies, or you are completely uninformed of what happens in Europe.
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Old 07-30-2016, 12:55 PM   #71
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This is horrific post

Milbuck is a troll alias of Coach Nick.....the guy that made a YouTube video and claimed in it that elite Euroleague teams like Real Madrid and Olympiacos are "maybe about as good as an average mid major NCAA team"....

And mid major means NCAA teams that are mid tier level.

So he claimed the best teams in Europe are MAYBE about as good as average mid tier NCAA teams....

It's the same clown, he posts here under aliases of Milbuck and gabepizza.
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Old 07-30-2016, 12:56 PM   #72
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Greece has around 11M ppl u retard. And im pretty sure 20% of spain does not watch godamm eurobasket, its a football country, and even thought basket,futsal and hockey are quite bit in spain, it draws nowhere near that sort of attention.

Not surprised at ur BS thought.

Barca - Olympiacos and Real Madrid - Olympiacos had 20 million viewers in Spain and Greece combined when they played at final four.

Also, population of Greece is 11 million, but it's 20 million Greek citizens around the world, and I believe about 15 to 16 million in Europe.
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Old 07-30-2016, 12:58 PM   #73
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http://www.euroleague.net/final-four...endance-record

Nearly 1 million visitors set Fanzone attendance record


You can stop trolling now moron.
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Old 07-30-2016, 01:00 PM   #74
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BS at the bolded, that simply doesnt happen. You dont even have 1 million people together when celebrating football championships(which is way more important.

And Clubs like Barca and Real are some of the VERY few clubs in the world that have 10+ Mil true supporters in their countries, and most of those fans only care about football.

You are just spewing BS and lies, or you are completely uninformed of what happens in Europe.

http://www.euroleague.net/final-four...endance-record

Nearly 1 million visitors set Fanzone attendance record


You can cut the freaking lies and bullshit anytime. Just because you made another troll alias, does not mean you are not obvious.

Also, teams like Real Madrid and Barca have a lot more than 10 million supporters.

Freaking Galatasaray has like 30 million.
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Old 07-31-2016, 07:26 PM   #75
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You can cut the freaking lies and bullshit anytime. Just because you made another troll alias, does not mean you are not obvious.

Also, teams like Real Madrid and Barca have a lot more than 10 million supporters.

Freaking Galatasaray has like 30 million.
Nope, never happened.
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A Final Four that started with the Euroleague setting new marks for its broadcast reach has ended by attracting record live television audiences, as well. More than a million viewers tuned into Sunday's title game

There was one million viewers total, at home watching TV or at the game. Compared to 31 million for the NBA finals. NBA wins again.
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