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Fried Chicken

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Kizzle, Feb 3, 2013.

  1. Kizzle

    Kizzle In the Rotation

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    Delonte was the player that made me start practicing posting up. His J was smooth in there man
     
  2. Wine and Gold

    Wine and Gold A View Inside the Game Staff Member

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    Re: The Kyrie and Dion chemistry conundrum

    I feel bad for the plight of Delonte, he's just a damaged soul in many ways. But, nobody can deny that on a basketball court this guy is a winner. Everything he brings out of himself in and around just a basketball court, bleeds winning and success. It's a shame that his world away from the court is so self destructive,... because he's a good guy that has had things in his life that predetermines his actions, imho. I pray he at some point can get it all sorted out in his head. In a perfect world I'd love to have him back here with a clear mind.
     
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  3. Man Called X

    Man Called X Not a **** was given

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    Re: The Kyrie and Dion chemistry conundrum

    I still want my reality show with Delonte.
     
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  4. AuxiliaryPie

    AuxiliaryPie Real Cavs Fan

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    Re: The Kyrie and Dion chemistry conundrum

    [video=youtube_share;JVA00Fngvmg]http://youtu.be/JVA00Fngvmg[/video]

    raspburry-what? ICED TEAAA
     
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  5. Rob

    Rob Best of the Land

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    Re: The Kyrie and Dion chemistry conundrum

    "Snitches get stitches" is still my favorite Delonte quote of all-time haha.
     
  6. Wine and Gold

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    Re: The Kyrie and Dion chemistry conundrum

    I don't care if I've got 2 dollars to my name, or 20 milllion ...KFC will always have the best food on planet earth for me. Can't get enough. I don't think a week has past in my life I haven't had KFC at least once. Matter of fact ..Delonte just inspired me to make a KFC run right now ..
     
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  7. TyGuy

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    Re: The Kyrie and Dion chemistry conundrum

    Lol, I told my girlfriend that I have tried friend chicken everywhere. Whether it's a fancy restaurant, or some soul food joint, nothing tops the original recipe.
     
  8. Jack Brickman

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    Re: The Kyrie and Dion chemistry conundrum

    Bojangles is so much better than KFC. ;)
     
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    Re: The Kyrie and Dion chemistry conundrum

    What's your go to at KFC? I like the double down, but it's expensive.
     
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    Re: The Kyrie and Dion chemistry conundrum

    Haha, I get the big bucket sometimes but as you mentioned it's a lot of food.
     
  11. Free Agency God

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    Re: The Kyrie and Dion chemistry conundrum

    I've got to say that Popeye's is better than KFC by a long shot. I worked at Popeyes, so I have all the reason to hate their food, but it's far superior in my opinion.
     
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  12. TyGuy

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    I went there not too long ago and came away very disappointed with their chicken. I have yet to find anybody that beats the colonel.
     
  13. Rob

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    Popeyes is good too.

    There was some chicken place I went to in the Atlanta airport that had the greatest chicken I've ever eaten...really wish I could remember the name of it. I was in a rush and didn't bother to remember the name, big mistake.
     
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    Re: The Kyrie and Dion chemistry conundrum

    Wow... Y'all need to come to South Carolina sometime. If you think any of the places you have listed are good, some of the places here would blow you away. No denying KFC and Bojangles are good though, still love them both.
     
  15. shoes22

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    Is Church's chicken any good? That's the only major fast food chicken place I haven't eaten at.

    ...and man has this conversation derailed.
     
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  16. Len

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    Re: The Kyrie and Dion chemistry conundrum

    Hot sauce in my baggggg, hotsauce in my baggggg.
     
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    Re: The Kyrie and Dion chemistry conundrum

    Ahh Bojangles, we need some of those in Cleveland. I've only ever seen them in the Carolinas.
     
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    Re: The Kyrie and Dion chemistry conundrum

    Yeah, they're on like every street corner down here. The Cajun chicken filet biscuit is basically the best thing at any fast food joint in existence. Their Bo Rounds are awesome too.
     
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    YES. I probably eat those once a week. So good. Pretty much anything a Bojangles is the shit. And they really are all over the place down here. KFC will never taste the same after some of y'all try Bojangles.
     
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    Re: The Kyrie and Dion chemistry conundrum

    When I moved here, everyone told me Price's Chicken Coop was like the best chicken in the world. After having it, I'd still rather go to Bojangles.
     

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