Cy Young 2010
Amen to that. I am sooooo glad I get the CBC coverage. Every once in a while, I flip to NBC just to remind myself how superior the Canadian coverage is.
Originally Posted by Miss Filangi
The rules are slightly different.
I caught some of the match. Don't know a lot about basketball. Not a great spectator or TV sport here. I think one of the commentators said that the US usually play different rules. Is that right, and did it contribute to their defeat.
- a shorter game clock (40 minutes, not 48)
- a wider lane (trapezoidal instead of rectangular)
- an easier 3-point shot (20˝ feet, not 23’ 9”)
- a smaller court (91 feet, 10 inches versus 94’)
- two referees rather than three
- no rule against knocking the ball off the rim.
- the ball is about an inch bigger than the NBA’s.
These are rules NBA players shouldn't have trouble adjusting to, given the great talent they have and the experienced coaching.
I think the current team would at least make it close. Shaq, Duncan and KG would have a slight edge over the Dream Team frontcourt of Barkley, Robinson, Malone. The backcourt has some very good defensive players in McGrady, Kidd and Bryant. Jordan, Magic and Stockton would at least be challenged on offense.
That would still not be a "Dream Team." That's probably the best team you can make of the current generation of NBA players. I'd take the original Dream Team over that bunch any day.
Last edited by happyblue; 08-16-2004 at 02:34 PM.
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The 3-point shot is 3 feet closer in?! And they shot 3-for-24 from that range? Wow. That's a complete abomination. Where have all the pure shooters gone?
When you're ten years old and a car drives by and splashes a puddle of water all over you, it's hard to decide if you should go to school like that or try to go home and change and probably be late. So while he was trying to decide, I drove by and splashed him again. - Jack Handey
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With what it takes to be an Olympian, I'm mostly just curious how this got to be considered an Olympic Calibre Sport. What's next...Lawn darts?
Originally Posted by BravoFan
But I was mostly jealous a 37 year old could look that good in the BV outfit.
Can I post spoiler here? The much-anticipated and hyped showdown between Ian Thorpe and Mike Phelps in Men's 200-freestyle was just over: Ian Thorpe won and Mike Phelps was third. There goes the hope of catching Mark Spitz's record...
Woo! Canada won it's first medal, be it a bronze. It was women's synchronized diving. China came in first, Russia second. It took long enough for us to win one.
the sweetest thing
yeah i saw that spoiler on msn....i figured it would go down that way
Originally Posted by Torpedo
I was bummed out when I was spoiled on another site. I was really looking forward to watching it "live" on NBC tonight! :phhht
I hate that as well, but then I realized that NBC primetime would be Athens early morning.
Originally Posted by Maxima
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