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    Default NBA All Time Dirtiest Team

    Anyone got any ideas?

    For starters I would pick on the first unit

    Bill Laimbeer - Laimbeer could play PF on this team
    Robert Parish
    Danny Ainge
    Michael Cooper
    Rick Mahorn - I couldn't think of a SF so I thew in Mahorn.
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    Reggie Miller. Bruce Bowen. Robert Horry. Karl Malone.

    Parish?

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    Quote TRX wrote: View Post
    Reggie Miller. Bruce Bowen. Robert Horry. Karl Malone.

    Parish?
    Chief would do almost anything to protect the paint. He had really mean elbows. Never showed any remorse either. Not they he should have

    I think Stockton was not quite as nice a guy as some might make him out to be, talking strictly on the court.

    Yea Reggie. He had to learn how to play that way to beat his sister.
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    Anthony Mason, Mcdaniel, Isiah Thomas, KG, Rondo, Pierce, Sheed, Shaq, Varajo, Rodman, Artest, K-Mart, Rubben Patterson, some even say Kobe and Jordan.

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    rodman, reggie evans soley for grabbing a handful of kamans nuts, bell he clotheslined kobe!, horry, artest, oakley?
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    Quote TRX wrote: View Post
    Reggie Miller. Bruce Bowen. Robert Horry. Karl Malone.

    Parish?
    WHat do you mean? Parrish punched lambeer in the face and then got the foul called on detroit...he is the meanest of em all.

    I dunno if you should have parrish and lambeer on the same team, parrish might just beat the shit out of him again...I think rodman goes in a sf. danny ainge for getting into screaming matches with jordan.

    yeah miller, bowen, horry are all good examples, butthese guys are bad ass. Malone, even though he did the wresting match with dennis rodman in lv, he dosnt make it.

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    Quote Hotshot wrote: View Post
    Anthony Mason, Mcdaniel, Isiah Thomas, KG, Rondo, Pierce, Sheed, Shaq, Varajo, Rodman, Artest, K-Mart, Rubben Patterson, some even say Kobe and Jordan.
    Some good names on the list.

    However, I don't agree about Sheed. In fact I would say just the opposite. He has a very good and well deserved reputation around the league and among writers as being very well liked throughout the league by the players.

    He draws an immense amount of technical fouls but almost all of the ones that I remember seeing, and I did see him play a lot with the Pistons and some with Boston, have been due to his arguing with officials, complaining on calls and things like that. Not for rough or dirty play.

    From what I have seen, I think Amir is a dirtier player than Sheed.
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    ok buddah seriously you are really making me start to hate amir.
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    this is just before my time but aren't the late 80's pistons considered the dirtiest team of all time?
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    Bowen had a funny way of always having his feet, accidentally, below where his opponent's feet were about to land...

    I remember him pulling this on Carter. It hurt the Raptors...

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