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I still remember a game that Walton called back when the pistons were decent in the mid 2000's. They were playing the Heat and he said something to the effect of "Dwane Wade's body was sculpted from Michelangelo's dream". My friends and I just looked at each other wondering if we had all heard the same thing.
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"No one cares what you know, until they know how much you care." Mark Dantonio
If you're not high, you're doing it wrong.
Saw Walton in an airport a couple years ago, His knees and ankles must be shot. He was walking like an 80 year old man.
This post was edited by WBill19542 15 months ago
My obligatory contribution....
Holy $*%# Doug you are just about as tall as Bill. +1
A man's gotta eat!
Frank Caliendo does an awesome Walton Impression.
"I was in Berkeley, I could smell colors!" (6:30 in the video)
Frank makes an appearence and does impressions on Inside the NBA on TNT.
What is that, a Titleist? A hole in one...
y2k is probably the most harmless poster on here.
Walton was standing on a step wasn't he.
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It is ALWAYS a great day to be a Spartan!!!!
Walton probably came out of the womb high and has been high every day since.
I would love to get high with Bill Walton and shoot the shit, he seems like a cool ass dude.
I'm the reason you won't go VIP?
Just put me on ignore bro.
This post was edited by y2kMgrad 15 months ago
So you let him stand on the curb to appear taller than you, didnt you?
....and as I scroll up from my reply I see Raytooth had the same thought.
This post was edited by SpartanStu 15 months ago
The indoctrinated will no longer be able to deny it, only defend it.
I watched that UCLA-Arizona game the other night, and listening to Walton's endless PR for the Bruins made me think of how awful of a game it would've been to watch if you were a UA grad/fan. It'd be like desmond howard doing color on an MSU football game.
Vim -- noun: robust energy and enthusiasm : VITALITY
I get where you're coming from, but the key with Walton is to relax and look for things to draw some amusement from.
In my opinion, people who can't listen to Walton and have a little bit of fun with it are doing it all wrong.
Also, while there was definitely some PR for UCLA coming from Walton, it sure seemed like he hated Ben Howland.
This post was edited by Harry Hood 15 months ago
Sure, and I was loving it, but as others were saying, the best part about Walton doing games is the almost stream of consciousness like commentary.
Research is what I am doing when I don’t know what I am doing - Werner von Braun
Bill is at the game tonight. I smell his potency in section 204. Pass it my way, Bill. I can't bare watching this shit sober.
I remember that, too. It was so bad that it was amazing.
"You look at his body, Dwyane Wade, it's as if Michelangelo sculpted it in a dream. He's just so cut, and his posture, the rack upstairs with those shoulders, so broad."
I've had multiple people tell me they've seen him at grateful dead shows. The guy has definitely fried some brain cells.
He claims over 600, which is somewhat believable because the Dead played a ton out west and he started seeing them when he was still at UCLA. Oh, also that whole having enough money to hop on a plane any time and being a friend of the band thing.
The man has lived a great life. Basketball legend and got to see arguably the best American rock band of all time hundreds of times.
My one friend said he saw him out in SF at Candle Stick and he said Walton was up front dancing. Said he could see a big giant carrot top up there just loving the music.
The guy is a legend for sure.
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