Final Cyber Resting Place

Below are the totals for keywords submitted to internet search engines that have drawn people to our site. As you can see, a disproportionate amount of our hits come from people searching, perhaps metaphysically, for Yinka Dare, former New Jersey Nets Center, and a man with whom I once spent a summer day (story coming soon).

KeywordsUnique Visitors
178 5.16% darko
129 3.74% marbury
110 3.19% milicic
108 3.13% stephon
69 2.00% the
61 1.77% nba
58 1.68% freedarko
58 1.68% free
43 1.25% what
42 1.22% 2006
39 1.13% missing
39 1.13% been
39 1.13% live
37 1.07% and
36 1.04% warriors
35 1.01% dare
35 1.01% yinka

Let this post be an ephemeral tribute to this man's legacy, and let all who yearn for Yinka, whether on the internet or within your own soul, find solace here.


At 11/01/2005 1:34 PM, Anonymous illwafer said...


Can you believe we finally got rid of Ebi? Things are looking up.

Ebi is horrible. He is officially out of the NBA forever.

At 11/01/2005 2:51 PM, Blogger Dr. Lawyer IndianChief said...

I'm happy they picked up Super Dupe. But , I have to say, if you think Ebi is out of the NBA forever, you're wrong. He will drop 30 on The Wolves in 2010 playing for the Las Vegas Hornets.

At 11/01/2005 5:05 PM, Blogger Brown Recluse, Esq. said...

i actually went back today and read some evaluations of ebi when he was in high school. he was considered the number 2 or 3 player in the class after lebron and sometimes luol deng. in retrospect, it wasn't the strongest class, but that guy was considered to be a can't miss prospect.

i've actually never seen him play. what's his deal? a tweener? too skinny?

At 11/01/2005 6:23 PM, Blogger Dr. Lawyer IndianChief said...

he is a flat out athlete. just sort of got his confidence killed and forgot how to play. sort of the tweener-darko of his age.

At 11/01/2005 6:29 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

He was allowed to start a couple of games at the end of last season and performed surprisingly well, actually. Shot a reasonable percentage, pulled down an impressive number of boards and generally did not make a fool of himself.

I think the 'Wolves just could not find a position for him. Given the number of forwards they have (Wally, Garnett, Trenton, Griffin and now Dupree), there was just no room for the kid.

At 11/01/2005 10:22 PM, Anonymous aug said...

who thought tj ford could almost get a trible double without breaking his spine? and bogut's mustasche getting 3 blocks was unexpected. thank god it's back.

At 11/02/2005 8:01 AM, Blogger Brown Recluse, Esq. said...

i picked t.j. ford pretty late in our fantasy draft, i was actually going to grab him earlier, but i forgot. he's crazy talented, and with the surgery he had, there's not much risk he'll reinjure his neck.

At 11/02/2005 2:08 PM, Anonymous illwafer said...

ebi is terrible. i dont think you guys have watched the same person as i have. ive seen him shoot around before games, and he is is a horrible shooter. bad form, bad rotation, bad everything...

i dont think he is a super athlete. he is uncoordinated. he is lost on the court.



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