Larry Johnson, Alonzo Mourning Fight





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Published on May 13, 2010

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Eric tyous
Mourning is lucky Lj didn't connect or he would have been out. Lj used to box, if everyone clears out the way Zo goes to sleep. He starting flailing his arms like a girl, J was loading up about to knock him out.
Commander G.L.R
Not one punch landed,not one.Even though Mourning was probably never in a fight in his life,it takes balls to start a fight with you're back turned to the opposing teams bench.But both of they're fighting skills are truly pathetic.Just a bunch of arm punches with chins up.
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Ephesians 6:10
What in the world was Van Gundy doing?
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Jacoby Nixon
I've never laughed so hard
If there was ever a knock on Zo, it was that it was so easy to get in that guy's head. LJ was a shell of his former self by this time, so the Knicks would've gladly traded losing LJ for Mourning in the pivotal game 5, just like the Heat would've gladly traded losing PJ Brown for two games if it meant getting five Knicks players suspended.
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SVT Sieton
Van Gundy was a door mat
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Sean Doyle
Gotta do something to get rid of these stupid people in sports. Bad influence.
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KPKev ThePoet
the Bookie
Snoop brought me here 
scientific proof that physically imposing doesn't equal able to fight. they look like 2 girls fighting over a boyfriend.
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