1-2...And The Jazz Slide Continues




MeloTheJazzKiller

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I am behind but......Melo went to high school?

Uhh, I have a PhD in Differential Equations, Dynamic Systems, and Mathematical Physics. That is why I recognize winning one of your last two is a frightening slide.

My mathematics PhD enables me to fully enjoy the game of basketball. You follow basketball because you are only capable of counting by twos. Football -- with sevens and threes and extra points and two point conversions -- that is far too complex for you. So you become a Jazz fan.
 

whatthe

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Uhh, I have a PhD in Differential Equations, Dynamic Systems, and Mathematical Physics. That is why I recognize winning one of your last two is a frightening slide.

My mathematics PhD enables me to fully enjoy the game of basketball. You follow basketball because you are only capable of counting by twos. Football -- with sevens and threes and extra points and two point conversions -- that is far too complex for you. So you become a Jazz fan.
Profound...
 

gomretat

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Uhh, I have a PhD in Differential Equations, Dynamic Systems, and Mathematical Physics. That is why I recognize winning one of your last two is a frightening slide.

My mathematics PhD enables me to fully enjoy the game of basketball. You follow basketball because you are only capable of counting by twos. Football -- with sevens and threes and extra points and two point conversions -- that is far too complex for you. So you become a Jazz fan.
So you are Melo?
 

One Brow

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If you think that's deep you should read my PhD dissertation on Jeremy Lin. I make analogous connections between Lin's crossover moves and Genghis Khan's outflanking tactics.
If we pull a Banach-Tarski on Melo, we could give him Chamberlain's body, and he would play for another dozen years.
 

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