wouldn't think it'd be too difficult to defeat an nba player at horse, especially a power forward and if athleticism was disallowed.
boozer is the real winner completing it without getting injured.
That looked fun. When I was younger I got to go to a week long bball camp with Mark Jackson. I was suprised because Mark was there everyday, all day. We had special guest come and talk and play with us such as Reggie, Dale, and Kenny Smith. In fact during a game I came down with a rebound and landed on another players foot and sprained my ankle. Next thing I know is Mark Jackson has picked me up in his arms and carried me off the court to the bench.
At the end of each day Mark would play some guys 2 on 1, or play Horse. Mark never lost. It was amazing to watch an NBA level player shoot without an NBA defender on him. Mark wasnt even known as a great shooter, but he would hit 3 after 3 after 3 without missing even one. So props to these kids for taking down a professional ball player.
House Name: Pacers
House Words: "We Kneel To No King"
that was pretty awesome.
Very fun. Something is telling me, in regards to the goal of charity, that Booz knew what he was doin when he "lost" that, lol, if you catch my drift. Still cool, though.
There are two types of quarterbacks in the league: Those whom over time, the league figures out ... and those who figure out the league.
What an awesomely fun thing for those kids.
Michael Finley beat Michael Jordan 1-on-1 when he was still in high school...
If Boozer was smart, he would just dunk the ball form the Free Throw Line every time. Easy W.