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Vietnamese women's basketball may be the lowest form of the sport

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Jus' sayin'
 

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Oh, I dunno -- I'm thinking it's more of a toss up between the Timberwolves and the Cavaliers.

Jus' sayin'
 

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Depends how you define low. The Timberwolves and Cavaliers are definitely taller.
 

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Depends how you define low. The Timberwolves and Cavaliers are definitely taller.
Cavs up on their "high" horses...and those huge trees in Minnesota!
 

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Some posts (an posters) just sometimes make me pause, wonder, and thank God for my blessings.
 
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I'm in Vietnam and happened to see the Vietnamese women's national team playing basketball. Mystery solved. You're welcome!
 

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Oh, I dunno. Considering how much history, time, money and training the Cavs/Wolves have had, they still have my vote.
 

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History, time, and money sure, but having watched a few of the Cavs games early last year, I'm guessing the Vietnamese training does not include instruction on continuously shooting the ball at taller opponents' raised hands or slamming balls of the back of the rim.

Uconndoit, did you see any of the Vietnamese players blow a dunk off the back of the rim?
 
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History, time, and money sure, but having watched a few of the Cavs games early last year, I'm guessing the Vietnamese training does not include instruction on continuously shooting the ball at taller opponents' raised hands or slamming balls of the back of the rim.

Uconndoit, did you see any of the Vietnamese players blow a dunk off the back of the rim?

No, they most certainly never did that - in fact, they rarely were able to heave the ball high enough to reach the rim at all.
 

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History, time, and money sure, but having watched a few of the Cavs games early last year, I'm guessing the Vietnamese training does not include instruction on continuously shooting the ball at taller opponents' raised hands or slamming balls of the back of the rim.

Uconndoit, did you see any of the Vietnamese players blow a dunk off the back of the rim?

As I said, the Cavs/Wolves get my "lowest" vote!
 
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