It's Time for an Aryan Basketball League

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It's Time for an Aryan Basketball League

Post by Will Williams » Sat Mar 14, 2020 9:04 pm

I was commenting to a correspondent about how nice it is to not have any "March Madness" or NBA, thanks to the Coronavirus thingy. He responded with an excellent idea:

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Right, no loss on that basketball, for sure. NBA is a joke, college only slightly better. "Black college student" is an oxymoron -- they are just hired guns who can stuff a ball in a hoop. Years ago they used to have "colored leagues" -- now we need White-only leagues.
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Really! Why not? There are plenty of talented White basketball players, but most of them, the racially responsible ones with healthy self-respect, that is, don't care to share the hardwood with Negro "hero" showboats who rape White girls. I'm reminded of a couple of magicians with the b-ball in this old WB thread: viewtopic.php?f=12&t=522&start=10


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What a tandem! Larry Bird and Pete Maravich

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Re: It's Time for an Aryan Basketball League

Post by Will Williams » Tue Jul 28, 2020 7:16 pm

The Top 30 Men’s College Basketball Players Of All Time
10. Larry Bird (Indiana State, 1976-1979)
Career Averages: 30.3 points per game | 13.3 rebounds per game | 4.6 assists per game

One of the ultimate box-score stuffers, Larry Bird turned little Indiana State into a national powerhouse during his years there. Averaging a double double for his career, including a ridiculous 30.3 points per game, it’s easy to see why Larry Legend was a two-time consensus All-American pick. He really became a star in 1979, when he was named the National Collegiate Player of the Year and led Indiana State to the NCAA championship game, where they fell to Magic Johnson’s Michigan State Spartans. But Bird had the more impressive overall college career, if you ask us.


The Top 30 Men’s College Basketball Players Of All Time
2. Pete Maravich (LSU, 1967-1970)
Career Averages: 44.2 points per game | 6.4 rebounds per game | 5.1 assists per game

There’s never been a better offensive player in college basketball history than “Pistol” Pete Maravich … and it’s not even debatable. In an era before the three-point line existed, Maravich averaged more than 44 points per game for his entire career. The numbers are simply mind-boggling. He holds the NCAA’s all-time career points record, with 3,667 points scored, in the course of only three seasons. He holds virtually every scoring record in the books, including most points in a single season (1,381 in 1970), career scoring average and total 40-point games (56). Maravich was named SEC Player of the Year and was a consensus All-American three times each.



The Top 30 Men’s College Basketball Players Of All Time
1. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (UCLA, 1966-1969)
Career Averages: 26.4 points per game | 15.5 rebounds per game | [zero (0) assists per game]

The single most dominant player on the single most dominant team of all time, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar — who then played under the name Lew Alcindor — won a championship with UCLA in all three seasons he was eligible, which is unheard of. He started his collegiate career with a massive bang in 1966, scoring 56 points, which is a record for any player’s first game. All three seasons that Abdul-Jabbar led the Bruins to the championship, he was also named the NCAA Tournament’s most outstanding player, a tally that’s also a record.
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At nearly 7'-2" Jabbar the Giant could dunk
the bastardball flat-footed, but couldn't outscore
Pistol Pete, playing in the same era. He's still
jabbering about "racism" 50+ years later.

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar on racism in
America and what needs to change

David Morgan 6/1/2020
https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/karee ... r-BB14T6VZ
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Responding to the nationwide protests sparked by the death in police custody of George Floyd in Minneapolis last Monday, former NBA star and social and political activist Kareem Abdul-Jabbar said that racism in America needs to be addressed by all Americans...

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