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NBA Essentials: McHale’s Bike, Gutless Pistons and Mikki’s Pride

by November 30, 1999 @ 12:00 am

Dec 30th 2008 2:30PM by Matt Watson (author feed)
Filed under: Bucks, Celtics, Kings, Spurs, Timberwolves

* Kevin McHale: “I think some of the best lessons learned in life are earned. I know I had to work when I got a bike. I knew where that bike was every minute of the day. I was like, ‘You’re kidding me.’ ” — , via Ballerblogger

* “I like to call Rondo’s rise to greatness , and after poring through this tale, you will to.” — RealHoops Blog

* Former Celtics announcer Johnny Most calling a game in Detroit: “” — Basketbawful

* “San Antonio has a during the Tim Duncan era.” 48 Minutes of Hell, via TrueHoop

* “There’s how many people in the world, 10 billion?” [Mikki Moore] said. “And there’s only 300 people in the NBA. Wouldn’t you have enough pride to go out there and compete? (I’m) not even saying (how) you’re getting paid to do it, that it’s your job, that’s your 9 to 5, (that) you get a check for this. . (I’m) not even saying that. Wouldn’t you have enough pride to say, ‘Well, I’m one of the 300 people who’s in the NBA,’ and go out there and compete for your recognition? That’s how I feel about it.” —

* New Year’s Resolutions for NBA Players, next summer’s free agents and re-thinking Steve Nash’s greatness.


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