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Players Need to Play Harder

Someone might have already said this but I dont really care.

As i sat there watching the 30 for 30 Reggie Miller vs the New York Knicks i couldn't help but ask myself one question throughout.  Why don't players play that tough or with that much intensity anymore?  Those guys played hard like they actually wanted to win.  Can you imagine going in for a dunk against the Knicks or Pacers of the 90's?  He wouldn't stand a chance.  Sure there are some players who are going 100% throughout the game but back then basically everyone played like that.  Maybe if David Stern would get off of LeBron and Kobe and let everybody play the game of basketball just like in college the NBA wouldn't be losing millions of dollars every year.  Let the players play harder and show more intensity instead of calling fouls every time Lebron or Kobe goes towards the basket.  Thats just what i think.  

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