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Richardson Mocks Big Three Hype

According to the latest NY Post, Quentin Richardson has said that the Big Three aren’t a big deal to him and may in fact be over-hyped.
Quentin Richardson:

“It’s not that big a deal to us. It’s like the media makes more of The Big Three and all of them. We’re not in awe of them. They ain’t won no championships. They have a good record right now, but that don’t matter. Dallas showed that [last season].”

My Response:

“HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!”

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  1. 104-59*

    *Should be 104-56 if not for a BS halfcourt buzzer beater by the knicks.

    Posted by Jeff | November 30, 2007, 12:37 am

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