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3 hours ago, Magicfan1987 said:

Tried Blaze pizza as some on thr board recommended. Was really impressed particularly with the unlimited toppings you can ordrr with the $8.25 signature pizza. Only having one sized pizza and such a quick cook time helps them create a turnover that other pizza chains should have trouble with.  They literally had 15+ pies cooking and they seemed to only take 3+ minutes each (probably closeer to 5)

Your Lebrun fandom has no limits. Lmfao 

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1 hour ago, ?4thewin said:

What

Does LeBron own part of Blaze Pizza or something?

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Gordon MVP    281
58 minutes ago, jjgator said:

Does LeBron own part of Blaze Pizza or something?

Yes but what does that have to do with how good it is?

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6 hours ago, fan for too long 2 said:

Your Lebrun fandom has no limits. Lmfao 

I'm not biased, I simply enjoy great basketball players and great pizza.

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https://clutchpoints.com/magic-news-aaron-gordon-emulate-championship-culture-warriors-draymond-green/

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“Grind Week” has been a customary part of Golden State Warriors star Draymond Green’s offseason, as he and other NBA stars like Aaron Gordon, Robert Covington, Denzel Valentine, Brandon Rush, Beno Udrih, Noah Vonleh, Ian Clark, and Mario Chalmers, among others, compete in workout sessions and high-level pickup games, which could be a rarity in the offseason.

Gordon, who is fresh off sealing a long-term deal with the Orlando Magic as their franchise player, noted there are things to emulate from a player like Green, who has championship pedigree.

The 6-foot-9 high-flying forward participated in Grind Week for the first time, quickly seeing the benefits of it.

“Draymond is a champion,” Gordon said, according to Marc J. Spears of The Undefeated. “He’s been around championship culture. I wanted to see what it was like to be around somebody that has rings. It’s high-level basketball here. A lot of pros are here.”

Others, like Covington of the Philadelphia 76ers, come for the sake of some good hoops action, looking to keep himself in shape.

“I needed some good runs and to have a good time,” said Covington. “This is what this is about. I am glad I came out.”

Gordon will have a much larger task in his hands after a breakout season, now having to live up to his four-year, $80 million deal with the Magic and show why he was deserving of that money. If it all goes right, some of that championship mettle might just rub on the 22-year-old.

 

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