- 11/15/2012, 02:26AM ET
XXPCHXX.-LBJ6 wins game1!! said 11/15, 02:26 AM
can't use my picks, not ANY. You have the WHOLE league, currently, to pick from.
my first battle.
going with the little men first.
I got "Nasty" Nate Robinson a.k.a the "Pitbull" vs Cpthrwizzle.
Nate handles his own, till DeAndre Jordan dunks him in the hoop.
Blake Griffin holds off the alcoholic, Boozefest.
Marlins Fan said 11/15, 02:37 AM
That would be a decent fight but this is America where bigger is better.
Dwight Howard vs. Tyson Chandler
Two of the biggest, buffest dudes in the Association. Both of these guys are pretty ripped but I didn't necessarily pick them because I wanted to see a fair fight. I wanted to see D12 get his heinie handed back to him.
See the thing is I don't buy Howard as a fighter. His muscles are more for show than anything else.
Tyson Chandler, on the other hand, seems big and tough enough to teach Howard a lesson. And remember, teaching Howard a lesson should be priority number one here since he's such a dill hole.
But yeah basically I think Chandler would own Howard and that's something I'd definitely like to see.
XXPCHXX.-LBJ6 wins game1!! said 11/15, 02:44 AM
I know he's hurt, but he's a spark plug. Remember when he was in Lebron's ear last playoffs?
I have Danny "talk big" Granger vs Metta World Chaos.
On this special night, Artest goes for the first blow, Granger ducks, then Grange hits him with 1-2, Peace is laid out.
Becomes an instant Youtube sensation, and the world rejoices. Church bells ring.
Marlins Fan said 11/15, 05:03 PM
That would be a good one. I'd put my money on Granger but that's mostly because he's a local kid and I'd be pulling for him.
For my next NBA fight I'm going with Kevin Garnett vs. Kobe Bryant.
This fight isn't so evenly matched on paper but it would still be a real doozy because KG and Kobe are the two most intense players in the NBA.
Seriously, have you ever seen two more focused, intense individuals than these two guys?
You know it'd be a fight to the death. And as an added bonus, we get the Laker-Celtic connection just to keep things really interesting.
In the end I think Kobe would prevail, mainly just because I think Garnett isn't quite as tough as he appears, plus I have learned to never doubt Kobe.
XXPCHXX.-LBJ6 wins game1!! said 11/15, 05:55 PM
KG has the REACH, he'd win that 1 easily.
although, i do i agree Kobe's super intense, cut throat at that.
JOakim Noah vs Mike Miller..
Laugh all you want, but Mike Miller got in a little tussle with Kobe before, the bow to the neck got 'em.
I think you easily underestimate the white boy here, but damn, he's a scraper.
Noah actually loses this contest, but it's only because the heat's transition d, which is ranked horribly this year, gets to Noah quick in defense.
Don't forget Noah called the Heat, "Hollywood". Can we say lights, camera, and action?
Marlins Fan said 11/15, 06:23 PM
Alright for my last NBA battle I'm gonna go with Tim Duncan vs. Grant Hill.
Two of the most gentle, quiet, humble dudes on the planet. What's not to like?
Yeah, it might be a slap fest. Yeah, they might just talk it out before anyone started throwing blows.
But if they actually scrapped it would be a once in a lifetime opportunity. You just know that neither Duncan nor Hill have ever been involved in a fight, so it'd be really fun seeing what these two gentle souls could accomplish.
Good topic, PCH, and good luck.
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