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  1. Yeah I feel you, but my thought process is that I'm maximizing LeBron's talent right now. Last offseason, Oladipo was coming off of a 23.1 PPG season where he took LeBron's Cavs to 7. Plus Thaddeus Young, who is an impressive 3&D PF who can complete the starting lineup, I feel like that puts us into actual contention opposed to keeping the young core.
  2. Rumor Roundup (April. 4th, 2017) Superstar Shakeup by Randall Ortman April 4th, 2017, 1:00am EST WWE.com Speculating on the rumors surrounding pro wrestling is a favored pastime of many fans, perhaps second only to actually watching the matches. In this daily column, we take a look at the latest rumors being churned out by the pro wrestling rumor mill. Rumors for the Day: John Cena is expected to return to Monday Night RAW tonight but will be taking a hiatus after tonight to become fulfilling his movie commitments. According to WWE sources, RAW will get the better end of the Superstar Shakeup with Vince McMahon wanting to re-establish Monday Night RAW as the flagship show. Shinsuke Nakamura will debut on RAW or SmackDown this week.
  3. @Emperor Nate Happy 4 years to us bro!

  4. NBA PRESEASON POWER RANKINGS PART 2 OF 2 October 10th, 2018 11. Denver Nuggets - The Nuggets are headed by young star Nikola Jokic, who averaged 18.5 points per game, 10 RPG, and 6.1 APG, and their young backcourt of Jamal Murray and Gary Harris. With supporting pieces like Paul Millsap, Malik Beasley, Monte Morris, Will Barton, and Mason Plumlee, the Nuggets could be prime for a breakout year with this new-look team. 12. Utah Jazz - With a defensive anchor in Rudy Gobert, a sophomore standout in Donovan Mitchell, and supporting pieces in Derrick Favors, Joe Ingles, Jae Crowder, and Ricky Rubio. The Jazz beat the Thunder last year in the playoffs and potentially look to make noise, but with not many new pieces being added, the Jazz could be complacent. 13. Indiana Pacers - Even without Victor Oladipo, their 23.1 PPG guy, the Pacers sport a cast that took LeBron James' Cavaliers to seven games in the first round. Adding in Brandon Ingram, who could very well earn himself an all-star berth in a weaker Eastern Conference, and Kyle Kuzma, an electric scorer, the Pacers could see themselves as a top-5 team in the East. 14. Washington Wizards - John Wall and Bradley Beal remain one of the NBA's best backcourts, but the supporting cast around them lacks in talent. Outside of rookie Mitchell Robinson, the Wizards mostly run back the team from last year. They could potentially hit their stride this year in the East with LeBron James gone, but they may need to make a move to make this team a legitimate contender in the East. 15. Los Angeles Clippers - The Clippers traded Tobias Harris for Robert Covington, plus a first to prepare for the future, but this is a team definitely able of playoff contention. They have a deep team that could make a run, but without a primary scorer, there could be issues down the stretch as they look to get the ball into the basket. 16. Memphis Grizzlies 17. Detroit Pistons 18. Minneosta Timberwolves 19. New Orleans Pelicans 20. Orlando Magic 21. Miami Heat 22. Sacramento Kings 23. Charlotte Hornets 24. Chicago Bulls 25. Atlanta Hawks 26. Phoenix Suns 27. Dallas Mavericks 28. Sacramento Kings 29. Cleveland Cavaliers 30. New York Knicks
  5. Me & @Necce are a team, no name for it
  6. Julius stands over the fallen Mikey, as he's successfully advanced to the next round of King of the Ring. Julius exits the ring, walking over to the timekeeper, wanting a microphone as he begins to speak, ready to gloat following his King of the Ring victory, having won the tournament a year ago and no doubt being the favorite for this year's annual.Two men suddenly blast him from behind! The two men throw Julius into the barricade, before tossing him over the announce table and beginning to stomp away at him! The two men throw Julius into the ring, before one of them hits a Superkick... But Julius grabs it! But the man follows up with a Superkick anyways! Julius stumbles around, before the other man kicks him in the gut before delivering a huge Pedigree to the IC Champion! The man puts his foot on Julius, marking him and his partner's dominance over the champion, and potentially King of the Ring winner. Suddenly, the men take down their hoods, revealing none other than... SLIM AND NECCE! 'The King' and 'The Antichrist' stand over Julius, as Slim picks up the microphone, walking around as the crowd marks out for the return of himself and Necce. He then delivers a simple line into the microphone as it echoes throughout the arena. "We're back." An arrogant smirk comes over the face of Slim and Necce as they turn to each other, as the fans look at the damage they did to Julius, as the KOTR semifinalist lays on the outside floor, beaten after a long match and the attack by Slim and Necce. The two then do their signature two-sweet, showing their alignment... But the question is... Where do Slim and Necce go with their return?
  7. NBA PRESEASON POWER RANKINGS PART 1 OF 3 October 10th, 2018 1. Golden State Warriors - The Warriors bring back their championship core of Durant, Curry, Draymond, Klay Thompson, and just added the one missing they were missing: A paint protector, in former all-star Dwight Howard, and former MVP candidate. The Warriors are undoubtedly the favorite heading into this year. 2. Houston Rockets - The Rockets came one game within the NBA Finals last year, and resigned Chris Paul and Clint Capela to contracts keeping them in Houston. A major loss in Trevor Ariza, the Rockets (potentially) panicked and sent Nene and Ryan Anderson, along with a first round pick, to Charlotte for Nicolas Batum. They also added James Ennis and Pau Gasol as bench pieces to strengthen their depth. 3. Boston Celtics - The Celtics made the conference finals last year without arguably their best two players. Now, with those two players back, it makes it Brad Stevens' job to gel them together and lead them to a championship. But with Stevens being praised as one of the best coaches in the league, it should be a challenge but one the former Butler coach should be able to figure out. 4. Oklahoma City Thunder - Despite a first round loss last year, the Thunder went all-in on building around Russell Westbrook. First trading Carmelo Anthony to Miami to pair with his buddy Dwyane Wade, they received Hassan Whiteside, one of the best rebounding centers, and Kelly Olynyk, a stretch 4. Bringing back Jerami Grant, and adding Tyus Jones and Tyreke Evans only made this team that much better. 5. Portland Trail Blazers - The Trail Blazers made the biggest move of the summer, grabbing Kawhi Leonard from the San Antonio Spurs for CJ McCollum and Nurkic. An underrated aspect of the deal is that they also acquired Danny Green, who will step in as a shooter, and a + defender alongside Damien Lillard. With steals in free agency, such as Brook Lopez, TJ McConnell, Richaun Holmes, this team may have secured itself a second round spot this year. 6. Toronto Raptors - The Raptors were the best team in the East last year, and if it wasn't for a mental lapse against LeBron James, they may have well been in the finals. Now, they've added Jimmy Butler alongside DeMar DeRozan and Kyle Lowry, which yes, adds a hole down low, but one that Serge Ibaka can fill. As for the 4, look for Pascal Siakam to gain a more prominent role. 7. Los Angeles Lakers - They added the biggest fish in free agency this summer in LeBron James along with the NBA KIA Coach of the Year Dwane Casey, but you have to wonder how this Lakers team will fare. Yes, they added a second star in Victor Oladipo. But the free agent signings around LeBron (Rondo, McGee, Lance Stephenson), may not shake out that way. But if they do, the Lakers could be bringing home #17, and giving LeBron #4. 8. Milwaukee Bucks - With a new head coach in Mike Budenholzer, Giannis Antetkounmpo might have his best season yet, and break out. With supporting pieces like Khris Middleton, Eric Bledsoe, Malcolm Brodgon, this team could go a long way. Not to mention... When DeMarcus Cousins returns from injury in January, this team could be dangerous with a starting five of Bledsoe-Brodgon-Middleton-Giannis-Cousins. 9. San Antonio Spurs - Even with losing Kawhi Leonard, the Spurs once again showed why they're the golden standard of the NBA, getting two young studs for Leonard. With McCollum finally having the freedom to be the No.1 scorer, look for the Spurs to once again make the playoffs and prove everyone wrong, as everyone doubts them from the beginning once again. 10. Phildelphia 76ers - The 76ers sort of cashed in on their young talent, sending Robert Covington to Los Angeles for Tobias Harris. Harris is a nice fit alongside Embiid down low, and allows Dario Saric to control the bench scoring as 6th man. Not to mention another offseason of development for Ben Simmons, the process is nearly complete and depends on how Embiid can hold up throughout the season.
  8. The Los Angeles Lakers open training camp for the 2018-2019 season: September 25th, 2018 The Los Angeles Lakers officially opened training camp today, at their practice center, the UCLA Health Center. Every player was there, including the Lakers' two-way contracts, Alex Caruso, and LiAngelo Ball. After one day of practice, and a scrimmage in which Team LeBron (Lonzo Ball, Landry Shamet, LeBron James, Thaddeus Young, Ivica Zubac) edged out Team Rondo (Rajon Rondo, Victor Oladipo, Josh Hart, Montrezl Harrell, JaVale McGee) 21-17. After the first day, this is the likely Lakers depth chart for the season.
  9. TOP 35 FREE AGENTS - WHERE THEY SIGNED, AND DEALS July 6th, 2018 Player Team Deal LeBron James LAL 4yrs/153m Kevin Durant GSW 2yr/70m (PO) Nikola Jokic DEN 5yr/127m Paul George OKC 3yr/99m Chris Paul HOU 4yr/114m Clint Capela HOU 4yr/90m DeMarcus Cousins MIL 1yr/5.7m Julius Randle BKN 3yr/50m Aaron Gordon ORL 5yr/93m DeAndre Jordan LAC 1yr/24m Zach LaVine CHI 3yr/80m Jabari Parker PHX 1yr/7m Tyreke Evans OKC 2yr/11m Marcus Smart BKN 3yr/40m Trevor Ariza ORL 2yr/13m Jusuf Nurkic SAS 3yr/51m JJ Redick PHI 2yr/15.7m Will Barton DEN 4yr/54m Rajon Rondo LAL 1yr/7m Derrick Favors UTA 1yr/13m Isaiah Thomas MIA 2yr/11m Kentavious Caldwell-Pope LAL 2yr/10m Rodney Hood CLE 1yr/3m Avery Bradley DAL 2yr/18m Fred VanVleet TOR 2yr/18m Brook Lopez POR 1yr/6m Kyle Anderson DAL 2yr/12m Rudy Gay SAS 1yr/9m Wayne Ellington WAS 2yr/9m Marco Belinelli DET 1yr/minimum Nerlens Noel DET 1yr/5.7m Montrezl Harrell LAL 3yr/24m Kyle O'Quinn NYK 1yr/4m Joe Harris BKN 2yr/14m Dwyane Wade MIA 1yr/minimum
  10. LAKERS, MONTREZL HARELL AGREE TO 3 YEAR, 24 MILLION DOLLAR DEAL July 3rd, 2018 The Lakers have agreed to a deal with F/C Montrezl Harrell, paying him 24 million over the course of 3 seasons. At just 24 years old, Harrell broke through last season, being an energy guy over the court, while posting impressive Per-36 minutes of 23.3 points and 8.5 rebounds. The Lakers hope Harrell can be a guy to come off their bench, focusing on depth following all their superstar hopes resigning to their teams (Durant - GSW 1+1, CP3, George, Capela). According to reports though, the Lakers aren't done pursuing a star. With Julius Randle landing in Brooklyn, Harrell likely replaces what Randle brought to the table, but the Lakers aren't happy yet. They want a star next to LeBron James THIS SEASON, and according to Ramona Shelbourne, the Lakers are looking at Indiana's Victor Oladipo (who took James' Cavaliers to 7 games in the first round this year), and Washington's Bradley Beal. It's unconfirmed whether these players are available but it will be interesting to see if Magic and Pelinka can pull something off...
  11. Firstly, thank you for the positive feedback already, I greatly appreciate it. Secondly, obviously I haven't been the most active, especially in kayfabe, so I might not have the best idea about everyone's characters. Therefore, if anyone wants to, they can fill in the sheet below to give more detail about their character. Please note that this is based on kayfabe so if you do fill in your details, make sure they correspond with your kayfabe character. Also, the more interesting and in-detail you explain your character to be, the more likely you are to be booked better. Finally, I may make some changes to some characters and not everyone will be pushed instantly so be patient and just enjoy the shows. THE MORE DETAIL, THE BETTER! Your Kayfabe Character Gimmick What is your gimmick in kayfabe? Prizefighter who believes to be the best in the world, will do anything to stay at the top Does your character have a significant background? NJPW Wrestler, won it at 19 years old How does your character interact with the fans? Nonchalant, doesn't really care about them What mannerisms does your character have? He carries himself like he's better than everyone else and doesn't really care about much. In-Ring What are your signatures and finishers? Pedigree & Rings of Saturn are my finishers, any Omega knee and Rollins arm-twist knee are my signatures How does your character carry himself? Nonchalant, he doesn't care about much except winning What kind of wrestling style does your character have? All-Around Brawler What general kind of moves does your character perform? Striking moves, head-based inflictions Firstly, thank you for the positive feedback already, I greatly appreciate it. Secondly, obviously I haven't been the most active, especially in kayfabe, so I might not have the best idea about everyone's characters. Therefore, if anyone wants to, they can fill in the sheet below to give more detail about their character. Please note that this is based on kayfabe so if you do fill in your details, make sure they correspond with your kayfabe character. Also, the more interesting and in-detail you explain your character to be, the more likely you are to be booked better. Finally, I may make some changes to some characters and not everyone will be pushed instantly so be patient and just enjoy the shows. THE MORE DETAIL, THE BETTER!
  12. KAWHI LEONARD TRADED TO PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS June 21st, 2018 After weeks of rumored discontent between Kawhi Leonard and the Spurs following Leonard only playing nine games in the 2017-2018 season, the Spurs have finally granted Kawhi Leonard's request and traded him to the Portland Trail Blazers. Leonard, the 2014 NBA Finals MVP, and two-time defensive player of the year, seemed to be a Spur for life until this year, when teammates such as Tony Parker began to question Kawhi's injury, whether he was being geniune about it. With Leonard undoubtedly being a top-10 player, the Spurs got a great package for him. G CJ McCollum, and C Jusuf Nurkic, who will sign a 3 year, 50.5 million dollar contract with this trade confirmation. In addition to Leonard, the Trail Blazers will absorb G Danny Green's 1 year, 10 million pact, replacing the high volume scoring of McCollum with a 3&D guard who has championship pedigree. Can this finally be the turning point for Portland?
  13. Meet the Lakers 2018 Draft Class: June 21st, 2018 The Los Angeles Lakers made two selections, along with acquiring the rights to the 30th overall pick Omari Spellman and 48th overall pick from the Atlanta Hawks for the 34th overall pick, and three second round picks (2021, 2023, 2024). With the 30th pick, the Hawks selected Spellman, a F/C out of Villanova, a man with college averages of 10.9 points, and 8.0 rebounds and a championship pedigree, winning a National Championship at Villanova. With Cleveland's first round pick acquired in the Isaiah Thomas trade, the Lakers selected Wichita State G Landry Shamet, who has college averages of 12.9 points per game, 4.3 assists, with a deadly 43% clip from 3 point range. Shamet has the opportunity to grab a rotation spot in year one, whereas the other two rookies will most likely be redshirts. And with the 48th overall pick, the Lakers selected Elie Okobo, a guard from France. Playing for France Jeep Elite, Okobo averaged 13.8 points and 4.7 assists while knocking down three point shots at a 41% clip. Okobo figures to be a G-League player for year one.
  14. Lakers hire 2018 Kia NBA Coach of the Year Dwane Casey: Press Release June 1st, 2018 The Los Angeles Lakers have hired 2018 Kia NBA Coach of the Year Dwane Casey. Casey replaces the recently-fired Luke Walton, as Casey last coached the Toronto Raptors, who finished 59-23, 1st in the East. Unfortunately for Casey, he ran into what seems to be the Toronto Raptors weakness; LeBron James. Following the Cavaliers sweep of the Raptors, the Raptors informed Casey they would be going in a different direction, and for the Lakers the decision became between Dwane Casey, and Mike Budenholzer, who was hired by the Bucks yesterday. Casey signs a 3 year, 15 million dollar deal to become the coach of one of the NBA's most storied franchises. The Lakers will feature a new-look coaching staff, as Casey's top assistant, Nick Nurse, has replaced him in Toronto. Rumored to be Casey's top assistant is none other than Spurs assistant, Ime Udoka. With the draft just a few weeks away, with the Lakers holding two picks (25th overall, 34th overall), the Lakers look to have some stability as they make their selections and also make runs at big-name free agents.
  15. CM Punk Chris Jericho Ric Flair Steve Austin
  16. Lakers fire Luke Walton; Casey, Budenholzer, Drew, Adams "in the running" May 10th, 2018 The Los Angeles Lakers have fired head coach Luke Walton after a 35-47 season. Walton was hired April 2016, and replaced Byron Scott, and under Walton, the Lakers made several impressive improvements and developments. But today, Magic Johnson, Rob Pelinka, and Walton met for their exit interview and they agreed that it was time to move on, with the Lakers ambitions to chase superstars this summer, a young development coach doesn't make much sense on paper, and won't attract free agents such as Cavaliers F LeBron James, or Thunder G/F Paul George. As for the new potential Lakers coach, the Hawks recently parted ways with Mike Budenholzer. Budenholzer took the Hawks to a Western Conference Finals, priding his teams on 'team basketball'. NBA Insider Stephen A. Smith said on his radio show that he's heard Budenholzer, while he is also hearing big rumblings of Dwane Casey being replaced in Toronto, and that if Casey is fired, there is a 65% chance he lands in Lakerland. Other names being mentioned are Cavaliers current head assistant Larry Drew, for his obvious appeal to LeBron James, and Golden State Warriors defensive mastermind Ron Adams, both of whom have head coaching ambitions but haven't found right jobs to leave their current teams. With the Cavaliers and Warriors both set to do battle in their respective conference finals, Adams and Drew seem unlikely if Magic and Pelinka are trying to get a coach soon. As for Luke Walton, the Minnesota Timberwolves are expected to move on from Tom Thibodeau, and with Karl Anthony-Towns (22), Andrew Wiggins (23), Minnesota could be a nice landing spot for Walton. But the question of Jimmy Butler remains, who reportedly wants a trade now, following the Timberwolves first round exit to the Houston Rockets... With the playoffs dwindling down, the offseason is about to heat up...
  17. I've been playing Batman: Arkham Knight and it's cool because I've always heard people rave about the Batman games but I've never really played them. And now that Gotham ended, I found this game and my batman fandom has gone up greatly so I put it in and I've been playing it, and the story's really cool and similar to No Man's Land.
  18. Blueface is my favorite rapper now. Imma famous cryp.
  19. I'd like AJ to grab the title from Seth with help from Gallows and Anderson. I'm kinda annoyed they didn't wait on this match, because this is a dream match and it's just happening on a Money In The Bank out of nowhere. At the same time, I'm happy they didn't fall into their post-WM boredom stretch but I don't know how I feel about THIS match happening at MITB.
  20. Predictions: Ropati Julius Jones Tamer Ice Cold Overheel Mil Almas King Slim Prince Jack III
  21. It's tough to be a Lakers fan right now. Ty Lue was the best candidate for the Lakers job and somehow they let him get away... Because they tried to pick his staff? First of all, Jason Kidd has never been a good coach and Lue is one of five active coaches with a ring. Plus, Lue being there could have lured Kyrie back but it's clear the Lakers don't know what they're doing...
  22. I hope the wildcard rule isn't an every week thing.
  23. Absolutely awful. The wildcard rule is a reflection of WWE not being able to produce big stars on their own and it's clear how far the drop off between RAW and SmackDown writers are. If you need proof, look at The Usos booking compared to SmackDown.
  24. Slim

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    Slim Slim in April 2018 Birth name Max Eli Shaw Born September 9th, 1998 (age 20) Jacksonville, Florida United States Residence Jacksonville, Florida United States Professional wrestling career Ring name(s) Slim Billed height 5'11" 3/4 (1.82 m)[6] Billed weight 210 lb (92 kg)[6] Billed from Jacksonville, Florida United States Trained by BPZ Performance Center Debut July 2015 Max Shaw (born September 9th, 1998) is an American professional wrestler, actor, better known by his ring name, Slim. He is best known for his time in BrendenPlayz Wrestling. Widely recognized as the workhorse of professional wrestling and one of the 'best in-ring workers ever', Slim is known for his hard-hitting strikes, cunning tactics and never-before seen confidence.[7][8] His 2016-2018 run of 50 wins and 7 losses is known as his reign of terror. A record-setting 18 championships total, Slim holds the record for championships won in BPZ. Championships and accomplishments[edit] BrendenPlayz Wrestling [Longest Reigning, 310 days] BPZ World Champion (4x) BPZ Premium Championship (1x) BPZ European Championship (2x) BPZ United States Championship (1x) BPZ NXT Championship (1x) [Longest Reigning, 116 days] BPZ Tag Team Championship (4x) BPZ Intercontinental Championship (2x) 2018 Royal Rumble Winner Money In The Bank Contract Holder New-Japan Pro Wrestling IGWP Intercontinental Championship (1x)

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