In rankings of the greatest players for each franchise, why is Dr J considered the Net’s best player but not Mel Daniels for the Pacers?

Whenever people make these lists of ‘greatest players for each franchise’, Dr J is inevitably considered (either him or Jason Kidd) as the best Nets player. (there are many articles that have Dr J for the Nets but here’s some examples): https://fadeawayworld.net/2020/01/11/ranking-the-greatest-player-of-all-time-from-every-nba-franchise/ https://bleacherreport.com/articles/1396605-the-single-greatest-player-for-each-nba-franchise In other rankings, Jason Kidd comes out as the best Nets player, and… Continue reading In rankings of the greatest players for each franchise, why is Dr J considered the Net’s best player but not Mel Daniels for the Pacers?

What makes hamburgers more franchisable than hot dogs?

Hot dogs are generally not as filling as hamburgers. This makes them ideal as street foods but not for a full meal like for restaurants Americans love their beef. Hot dog weiners or sausages are usually a mix of different meats stuffed into a casing. This mystery blend of meats is somewhat less appetizing than… Continue reading What makes hamburgers more franchisable than hot dogs?

Top 10 what-if? careers in NBA history and unluckiest NBA franchise

Top 10 NBA (hall of fame) what-if careers: 1. Bill Walton 2x champion, 1x mvp, 1x finals mvp, 2x all star, 2x first team. What if Walton was healthy is the biggest what if in hall of famer history because he only had 2 healthy seasons when he was in the NBA. during those 2… Continue reading Top 10 what-if? careers in NBA history and unluckiest NBA franchise