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[NBA]Is Horry good?


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i would. i think he is a diff maker, but he is a beanch player. horry is a big shot player only. he gets rebounds,steals,good D, and can win the game.

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Yes , I think Horry is good . He has played for numerous teams and has won numerous championship rings , he has also made almost all the big shots for almost all the big games . He is getting old but he still is a big influence on teams . Well it doesn't matter if you don't start in a game it just matters how you play . Just like Ben Gordon on the Bulls he's the sixth man .

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i think it's more of a tough question...but damn, you can't deny 6 rings.

what were horry's numbers like in the regular season? because to get the chance for the big shot, you have to get there first. you need a team who's good enough to get to the playoffs without horry...

if he was on my team, i'd expect a more consistent output. i guess horry is the equivalent of a good place kicker on an nfl team...

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Man i would do anything to have Will Smith on my basketball team. lol

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Ha ha ha! Cmon he doesn't look that much like Will Smith:laugh:h:

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He's a good player. I was ****ed when the Rockets traded him and Sam Cassell for.....*gasp* overweight and old Charles Barkley :angry:

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I would love to have him on my team if I had someone who could demand double-teams and was a dominant NBA post player (Tim Duncan, Shaq, Amare Stoudemire). If I had a team like the Bulls, who has very athletic players but is more of a perimeter-oriented team then I don't think he would fit.

Horry is a great role-player but he needs great players around him to make him great; he and Rick Fox are alot alike, although Horry is a much better defender. He could never be a go-to guy, though, or dependable for an entire season. But, he is a quality person on and off the court, is a winner, and has veteran smarts and experience. I think he'll be a coach one day.

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Man, don't ever compare him to Rick Fox. Fox is one of the dirtiest and ugliest former basketball players out there. When you compare Will Smith to something I crapped out this morning, that is just not cool.

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Of course he needs great players around him, that is what makes him a role player. I don't think there is any other player that I would have coming off the bench than Horry.

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Hey, I hate Rick Fox probably more than you do. That said, offensively they have the same type of game: hang out around the perimeter, wait for the double-team on the post, get open for a 3. Horry does have way better defensive skills, which is where the comparisons end. But, that is why I compared them.

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