Wundrbread33

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About Wundrbread33

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  • Birthday 04/22/1986

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  • Gender Male
  • Location Huntersville, NC
  • Interests Family, Panthers, Hornets, Mizzou Tigers, Music, Xbox...and an ice cold Spaten Optimator!

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  1. Wundrbread33 added a post in a topic Michael Oher vs Frank Alexander   

    Sure, he was bent backwards but shielded Alexander to the left and kept him there.
    Oher did just fine.
    Now I want to see him against DE's that actually produce.
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  2. Wundrbread33 added a post in a topic Reminder - This is now a Panthers only forum   

    My fault on my post Montsta. I accidently overlooked the first post talking about this.
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  3. Wundrbread33 added a post in a topic Wilson: 60 million guaranteed over 4 years...   

    Looking like 4 years, $87.6M ($60M guaranteed).
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  4. Wundrbread33 added a topic in NFL and Fantasy Football   

  5. Wundrbread33 added a post in a topic Ranking the modern Marvel Movies   

    Honestly it's all the same crap. 
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  6. Wundrbread33 added a post in a topic what's the maddest you've ever been as a panthers fan?   

    There have been many times for me, but I know an exact moment for someone else. 
    I have a friend that lived near NYC as a kid, so of course he says he is "from there" and that everything is better there etc. Everyone knows that guy...
    Never seen anyone madder than him when we went to NYC and shut out his beloved Giants in the playoffs.
    I rubbed it in for a week but I had to back off because I feared he would go suicidal/homicidal.
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  7. Wundrbread33 added a post in a topic Buh bye Stephen Hill   

    You really don't believe drinking and driving is a common practice? 
    Ever been to Uptown Charlotte on a Thursday evening? 
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  8. Wundrbread33 added a post in a topic Why your team sucks: Atlanta Falcons   

    I know it was quoted before but it bears repeating...
    "Ryan has gone 10-22 in the past two seasons, and while ascribing wins and losses solely to quarterback play is a fallacy, let’s do it anyway because fug MATT RYAN."
    Beautiful.
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  9. Wundrbread33 added a post in a topic Hornets Resigning Elliot Williams   

    I wonder if they are trying to move Roberts in a package for a shot blocker...
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  10. Wundrbread33 added a post in a topic Phil Jackson: Duke Players Fail To Live Up To Expectations In The NBA   

    Oh yeah, I was in college at the time. We would frequent uptown clubs and bars. Ever other time we would go out, we would see him. It was ridiculous. 
    On a side note, I once saw Emeka Okafor at a club that has been renamed a few times, "Forum"...he was probably one of the chillest and polite athletes I have ever talked to. Very kind dude. Was sad to see him leave Charlotte. Just because he wasn't as good as Dwight Howard, doesn't mean this fan didn't appreciate the work he put in here.
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  11. Wundrbread33 added a post in a topic Sooooo, Space Jam 2   

    Come on Batman, you are better than that. A bucket is a bucket, inside the paint or not. Why should it matter were the basket comes from as long as the percentage is there? Obviously MJ had a better shot, but Lebron is much better using his frame in the lane than MJ was.
    What kills me about MJ and Lebron comparisons is that they play the game with completely different styles. Lebron's numbers also show the era he is playing in, as he makes his living being a brute in the lane and from behind the arc, while MJ ate up the midrange game that was more indicative of his time.
    Lebron is a PF/SF with a power game. MJ was a SG with a graceful game.
    All that being said, this game is a team sport. People give Lebron the Dan Marino treatment. Much like Dan, Lebron has had to carry teams.
    The more I look at the Heat, even those teams were flawed. Sure you Had the big three, but the team was poorly built beyond that. They never had a post presence or a strong enforcer/rebounder. MJ played with Rodman, Grant, and his teams had multiple 7 footers clogging the lane defensively. 
    Phil Jackson and co. knew how to build teams that lacked glaring weaknesses. Without the injuries, this year Cavs team would have been the most balanced team Lebron has ever been a part of regarding talent, and he has had to wait until his 30's for that to finally happen.
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  12. Wundrbread33 added a post in a topic Phil Jackson: Duke Players Fail To Live Up To Expectations In The NBA   

    Lol true *raises hand*. Ultimate "sell tickets to UNC fans" pick.
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  13. Wundrbread33 added a post in a topic Phil Jackson: Duke Players Fail To Live Up To Expectations In The NBA   

    I'm pretty sure slow, unathletic, "destined to be a role player", drafted in the second round Carlos Boozer has vastly exceeded expectations. 
    A couple all star appearances, five years or so averaging a double double, and consistently being a force down low with a solid midrange game. 
    The whole league slept on this man on draft night. 
    And to think that many expected Sean May to be more successful.
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  14. Wundrbread33 added a post in a topic jadeveon clowney is a bust lol   

    No reason to feel sorry for a kid that has injury problems after all that guaranteed money from the rookie deal of a #1 overall pick.
    Now Isaiah Austin..that's a situation to feel sorry for...
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  15. Wundrbread33 added a post in a topic Sooooo, Space Jam 2   

    Some people just hold ignorant hate. Thanks for pulling these numbers.
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