Jim-les

Jim Les

  • joined Dec 21, 2011
  • last login Jul 28, 2014
  • posts 4
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A 5'11" point guard, I played seven seasons in the NBA, from 1988 to 1995 for four franchises. The highlight of my career came during the 1990–91 season with the Sacramento Kings, when I reached career highs in scoring average (7.2 PPG), assists (5.4 APG), steals (1.04 SPG) and field goal percentage (.444), while also leading the league in three-point field goal percentage (.461). The following year, I was runner-up to Craig Hodges in the AT&T Long Distance Shootout contest.

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DeMarcus Cousins Is Your Favorite Player

Demarcus Cousins has a lot in common with many of the NBA's all-time elite players, including some things you might not like. via cowbellkingdom.com "Let me start by saying I am sorry for my...

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T-Rob vs. Griffin

No two things grab the attention of the national media like winning or a player who creates highlight reels. When those two things come together in the same place, and at the same time (anyone...

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It's not like they didn't tell us who they planned on picking...

They warned us. They told us time and again the type of player they were after. James Ham told us is in this comment thread: I tweeted this story out two days before the Drummond workout. And I...

Beal with slight edge over Barnes in Cavs workout.

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Since neither has worked out for us yet, and it seems Beal has no plans to, I thought I'd see who they have worked out for. It sounds like Beal outplayed Barnes, and as a result the fans at Fear the Sword are leaning pretty heavily toward Beal. That's okay by me.

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