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  • abbr. Alberta

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  • Apparently Peter Vescey is posting here as “Just Karl,” because I thought Vescey was the only person who believed anybody ever drew a gun on somebody here. joe from Lowell Says:

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  • Vescey is still stuck in 90s, in the last ten years the U.S. has evolved into a solid soccering nation.

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  • This was the scenario discussed ad nauseum in Lakers Nation when Vescey brought out his Bynum for Bosh rumors, which were probably bogus but brought a multitude of discussion nevertheless.

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  • Vescey goes on to predict that Joe Johnson will re-up in Atlanta, that Amare Stoudemire and Mike D'Antoni wouldn't click, that the Grizzlies will match any offer for Rudy Gay, and that the Knicks would be "lucky" to get Carlos Boozer.

    The Scores Report - The National Sports Blog

  • I'm not as down on the Knicks 'chances of striking gold as Vescey seems to be.

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  • But hey, I guess Vescey felt that because he was "less wrong" if judged by Crittenton's account, it was worth saying "Eff you" to all his critics.

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  • Despite the efforts of Vescey, ESPN. com's Mark Stein, and ESPN newscasters to create a violent tale that could have resulted in a shooting, Stern should have had all the evidence he needed to know that the incident was, in reality, harmless.

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  • In typical hater fashion he spins a yarn to Vescey that Crittenton and Arenas drew guns on each other.

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  • (like the Nets, as Vescey said) could swoop in and snatch up Lee.

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  • A hater acquaintance sets up the scene and Vescey and Berger and whomever at Yahoo and Mark Stein at ESPN and Mike Freeman at CBS Sports and all the rest of the writers who thought by watching OZ and the Wire or American Gangster and talking with real G's like Erik Kuselias got them deep in the minds of young, urban-raised men Then they made the story of an overgrown child acting a fool into a national news-stopper that requires the attention of people like those at Fox News, CNN -- and Al Sharpton.

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