Thursday, June 18, 2009

Kobe Bryant: Where does he rank among the best in history?

Has he finaly set his name in stone? With wining his 4th NBA Championship, this time without Shaq, were does Kobe Bryant rank among the greatest of all time?

Ofcoarce he doesn't have as many titles as MJ, or maby not the legacy of "Magic" but there is no doubt that he is up there with some of the big time names who have played the game.

If there is a list of the best of the best, where would he be? Maby in the top 20 maby even close to the top 10. So here it is. The list of the greatest NBA players of all time. (top 15)

1. Michael Jordan: Enough said.

2. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: The most unstoppable 'Big Man' of his era and of all time.

3. Wilt Chamberlain: He did score 100 points in a single game, give the guy some credit.

4. Earvin 'Magic' Johnson: Who could ever forget the rivalry between him and Larry.

5. Bill Russel: 5 time MVP and a 12 time all star.

6. Larry Bird: Does anyone even remember that he coached?

7. Hakeem Olajuwon: The guy almost had 4,000 blocks!

8. Oscar Robertson: He averaged a triple double in an entire season! Only player in history.

9. Julius Erving: The Slam Dunk contest should be named after him.

10. Jerry West: "Mr. Clutch"

11. Kobe Bryant: He doesnt need Shaq to win a Championship.

12. Shaquille O'Neal: Shaq+LeBron= Titals.

13. Moses Malone: He started low, than rose to the top.

14. Isiah Thomas: I hope he does better coaching collage than he did the Knicks.

15 .Tim Duncan: He was a swimmer.

Some current players worth mentioning:
LeBron James, Chris Paul, Dwight Howard, Dwayne Wade, Carmello Anthony.

These bright stars of today could 1 day make this list, but only time will tell.


Friday, June 12, 2009

What a day.

Yesterday night I broke my ankel. Stupid basketball. Baseballs done. All hope is lost. Ill miss the first couple day of football. Need to get a hard cast for the first 4 weeks of summer..JOY!

- Mr.Philly583620

Sunday, June 7, 2009

The End Of Life

I was thinking the other day about when I die. What will it be like. Is there a heaven?

I was raised as a Catholic, but as I got older I was unsure about things. Believing in something is a good thing, right? It gives you a purpose in life. It gives you morals in that you have to live pure that way you can live forever in an "afterlife". This isn't about religion. I thought that they were just trying to scare me. That way I will live my life proper.

When I was about 12 I realized that alot of the stuff that teachers would tell me, didn't really make much sense. I would question something that we would be learning and all they would say is, "that's what the bible says" and avoid the question, because they didn't no, in what way to answer it. It is then when I wanted answers to my questions. I want to go back to my faith as a Catholic. The only thing is, is that I don't want to do it out of being scared.

There is alot of talk about the end of the world in 2012 and what is most likely to be the end of the world as we no it. And it got me thinking. There is alot of things that I want to do with my life that I have yet to fulfilled. Goals and tasks that I have set since I was little. Reading all this talk got me thinking, that if in fact there is a God, or a Judgement Day, I want to spend eternity with the ones I love in Heaven.

But in turn coming back to the Catholic Religion wouldn't seem right because I would be doing it out of fright and not out of faith. To this day I no not of when my life is going to end, but I do no it will, and that scares me. I don't want to die, but when my time comes I wouldn't no what is going on. I don't want to look back upon my life and wish that I could go back and do something different. My question to you guys, the readers, Is that if you could know when your life will end, would you want to know? Would you want to know how long you have on Earth. I know I wouldn't, because I already live each day like it will be my last. And I wouldn't change it for anything.

- Mr.Philly583620