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Almost All Of The Philadelphia Eagles’ “Dream Team” Acquisitions Do Not Play For The Philadelphia Eagles Anymore
Two summers ago, the Philadelphia Eagles were primed for a Super Bowl run. A “Dream Team,” if we were to take Vince Young at his word.
There’s something wholly cathartic about watching Team USA manhandle Justin Bieber’s avatar in NBA 2K13. When he exacts revenge at the end, well that was a little disappointing. But you know what? He totally travelled on that one-handed dunk. The crab dribble is still illegal, as far as we know. [The Basketball Jones]
Scottie Pippen, the only player on the 1992 Dream Team to not sign an agreement with 2K Sports which would allow the company to use his virtual likeness, has had a change of heart. What this means, after the jump.
Upon hearing that Kobe Bryant thought the 2012 version of Team USA basketball would have a shot to beat the Dream Team, Michael Jordan and Charles Barkley just laughed. Apparently, Larry Bird is laughing right along with them.
Earlier this week, Kobe Bryant made some eyebrow-raising comments about this year’s U.S.A. Basketball team, and how they stacked up against the 1992 Dream Team (a.k.a. the greatest basketball team ever assembled). Now, some prominent Dream Teamers are fighting back.
Kobe Bryant thinks this year’s Team USA could beat the famed 1992 squad. Although this initially sounds like blasphemy, it’s not that crazy when you look at the matchups.
The Dream Team, NBATV’s much-hyped documentary on the best basketball team ever assembled, premiered last night. And as fun as it is to re-live (or live, if you were too young in 1992) how great they were, it was just as interesting to look back on the one time they looked beatable… and why.