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Just a teaser of what we can look forward to

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can't edit titles anymore eh?

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Should be able to once you click edit post and then change the title. If it doesnt work and you need it changed, let me know.

As far as the video... fap.

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The Hornets will be exciting to watch that's for sure.

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Should be able to once you click edit post and then change the title. If it doesnt work and you need it changed, let me know.

As far as the video... fap.

It won't let me, but no big deal, just a grammatical error. Should be "to" not "too". It doesn't really matter

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We are going to see a ton of opponent's broken ankles this season

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The 'Big Apple Backcourt' is going to be fun as hell to watch develop and progress throughout the season. Kemba and Lance become the first pair of New Yorkers to team up in the same backcourt since Rod Strickland and Mark Jackson played together for the Knicks in 1990.

Also kinda cool, found this story [New York: Kemba, Lance Keep Dominating NYC] from Kemba's senior year in high school circa early 2008.

Who are some of the other great guards to come out of NYC?

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The 'Big Apple Backcourt' is going to be fun as hell to watch develop and progress throughout the season. Kemba and Lance become the first pair of New Yorkers to team up in the same backcourt since Rod Strickland and Mark Jackson played together for the Knicks in 1990.

Also kinda cool, found this story [New York: Kemba, Lance Keep Dominating NYC] from Kemba's senior year in high school (circa early 2008).

Who are some of the other great guards to come out of NYC?

Stephon Marbury

Sebastian Telfair

Kenny Anderson

Rolando Blackman

Nate Archibald

Bob Cousy

Chris Mullin

Those are some of the great guards that grew up in NYC. Michael Jordan was born in NYC but grew up in NC.

Marbury is probably the most popular as a prep player. He's a pop culture legend as a NYC kid, even more so than HOFers like Dr J, Kareem, & Billy Cunningham who also grew up in NYC.

Oddly enough, PG Sebastian Telfair is probably the most hyped NYC player of all time. Mostly because he is related to Marbury. He was a phenomenal high school player, hell they did a mini tv series on him while he was in school that aired on ESPN. I think it's unfair he gets labeled as a bust. He's an undersized PG who went pro straight out of high school & is still in the league a decade later.

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Kemba traveled

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