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Re: '96 Bulls in Today's NBA
« Reply #15 on: February 20, 2017, 01:53:12 AM »

What about the changes in athleticism and training over the years? Make a difference?


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Re: '96 Bulls in Today's NBA
« Reply #16 on: February 20, 2017, 05:51:08 AM »

No. I don't give a shit how many wind sprints you can run. Rodman will shut that shit down
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Re: '96 Bulls in Today's NBA
« Reply #17 on: February 20, 2017, 05:51:43 AM »

Lol. Tell these nigga fam.
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Re: '96 Bulls in Today's NBA
« Reply #18 on: February 20, 2017, 06:28:53 AM »

They don't listen.

Rodman could shut down anybody in the league. Steph. LeBron. Kyrie. Russ. Anybody. Durant would give him hell just because of his length and ridiculous stroke, but anybody else gets shut down.
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Re: '96 Bulls in Today's NBA
« Reply #19 on: February 20, 2017, 04:02:38 PM »

I think Lebron and Cousins are the two who wouldn't get shut down by Rodman.
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Re: '96 Bulls in Today's NBA
« Reply #20 on: February 20, 2017, 08:19:40 PM »

Lebron and Durant would torch Rodman.

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Re: '96 Bulls in Today's NBA
« Reply #21 on: February 21, 2017, 01:52:07 AM »

The Bulls would wreck shop. 
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Re: '96 Bulls in Today's NBA
« Reply #22 on: February 21, 2017, 04:43:14 AM »

Crybaby LeBron wouldn't last a full quarter against prime Rodman before giving up the game for good
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Re: '96 Bulls in Today's NBA
« Reply #23 on: February 21, 2017, 04:45:27 AM »

Lebron and Durant would torch Rodman.
They don't even play on the same team.  Jordan and Pippen are going to run wild. 
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Re: '96 Bulls in Today's NBA
« Reply #24 on: February 21, 2017, 05:48:46 AM »

Jordan would make it his mission to destroy Lebron. He took everything personal.
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Re: '96 Bulls in Today's NBA
« Reply #25 on: February 21, 2017, 11:25:28 PM »

Jordan would make it his mission to destroy Lebron. He took everything personal.

This.

If Jordan played with James, I'm sure he would go out of his way to show he was the better player. On and off the court.
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Re: '96 Bulls in Today's NBA
« Reply #26 on: February 22, 2017, 08:39:04 AM »

I think you all are SERIOUSLY disregarding the impact a 20 year jump will have on them. The game might be relatively unchanged where fundamentals are concerned, but HOLY. SHIT. The social climate of 2017 is going to fuck them up. I don't give a shit if Jordan is on a personal mission or not. The rest of the squad fucking crumbles. Jumping through time 20 years and getting an offseason to come to grips with 2017? It ain't happening. Phil Jackson can barely handle the media now, and he had time to cope with it.

Mike will probably be ok. TMZ will get ahold of legit photos of him gambling offseason and he'll have to deal with the media fall-out 24/7. That shit will NEVER go away. First question off of every reporter's lips, getting dogged from game to game? Mike punching dudes in the jaw in the locker room over stupid shit will have mom's groups and namby-pamby fucks calling for him to be suspended. He got treated like the God-Emperor in '96. He won't get the same carpet ride in 2017.

Scottie will literally fuck himself out of an NBA contract. A whole offseason to sling dick? Aardvark (as my father affectionately calls him) will be too busy dealing with the 100 paternity suits to train right. Baby mama's at every game, in every city? Hahahaha. Perpetual Maury Povich guest. He'll end up being the father of the kid who's mom has been on there like, 20 fucking times or whatever.

Dennis Rodman was a great player, no doubt. He's also fucking crazy and Rodman of '96 ain't ready for 2017. Period. He was all of, what, a year or two from all that crazy shit he was into? Marrying himself and kicking his shoes off as he sulked like a fucking baby in San Antonio? All of that's coming back. He acts like he doesn't care about anything, but that nigga was still crying on Oprah. He'll get fucking SHREDDED today with that shit.

Toni Kukoc sucked. Fuck you.

Bison Dele will straight up join ISIS and suicide bomb a slaughterhouse (because he'll be vegan. Of course he'll be fucking vegan) while wearing a Black Lives Matter t-shirt.

The rest of the team is barely worth mentioning. Court play won't be the issue, necessarily. They'll have problems with the front courts of today because Wennington and Longley were slow as fuck and trying to run with the centers of today will wear them the fuck out. But hey, they'll still have Jordan! lol

I don't think an offseason is enough to adjust to the trappings of 2017 for them, though. Too many distractions, too much crazy shit to deal with.
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Re: '96 Bulls in Today's NBA
« Reply #27 on: February 22, 2017, 03:25:32 PM »

Serious reaching from Skeletor.  Keep on speculating with no proof though.
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« Reply #28 on: February 22, 2017, 10:06:32 PM »

I think you all are SERIOUSLY disregarding the impact a 20 year jump will have on them. The game might be relatively unchanged where fundamentals are concerned, but HOLY. SHIT. The social climate of 2017 is going to fuck them up. I don't give a shit if Jordan is on a personal mission or not. The rest of the squad fucking crumbles. Jumping through time 20 years and getting an offseason to come to grips with 2017? It ain't happening. Phil Jackson can barely handle the media now, and he had time to cope with it.

Mike will probably be ok. TMZ will get ahold of legit photos of him gambling offseason and he'll have to deal with the media fall-out 24/7. That shit will NEVER go away. First question off of every reporter's lips, getting dogged from game to game? Mike punching dudes in the jaw in the locker room over stupid shit will have mom's groups and namby-pamby fucks calling for him to be suspended. He got treated like the God-Emperor in '96. He won't get the same carpet ride in 2017.

Scottie will literally fuck himself out of an NBA contract. A whole offseason to sling dick? Aardvark (as my father affectionately calls him) will be too busy dealing with the 100 paternity suits to train right. Baby mama's at every game, in every city? Hahahaha. Perpetual Maury Povich guest. He'll end up being the father of the kid who's mom has been on there like, 20 fucking times or whatever.

Dennis Rodman was a great player, no doubt. He's also fucking crazy and Rodman of '96 ain't ready for 2017. Period. He was all of, what, a year or two from all that crazy shit he was into? Marrying himself and kicking his shoes off as he sulked like a fucking baby in San Antonio? All of that's coming back. He acts like he doesn't care about anything, but that nigga was still crying on Oprah. He'll get fucking SHREDDED today with that shit.

Toni Kukoc sucked. Fuck you.

Bison Dele will straight up join ISIS and suicide bomb a slaughterhouse (because he'll be vegan. Of course he'll be fucking vegan) while wearing a Black Lives Matter t-shirt.

The rest of the team is barely worth mentioning. Court play won't be the issue, necessarily. They'll have problems with the front courts of today because Wennington and Longley were slow as fuck and trying to run with the centers of today will wear them the fuck out. But hey, they'll still have Jordan! lol

I don't think an offseason is enough to adjust to the trappings of 2017 for them, though. Too many distractions, too much crazy shit to deal with.

Honestly solid points. Good shit.
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Re: '96 Bulls in Today's NBA
« Reply #29 on: February 22, 2017, 10:09:31 PM »

Mike's gambling would be relentlessly pressed by the media.
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