Hakeem & the Rockets since Hakeem, & general NBA knowledge.
I've been following Hakeem's career since his sophomore year at U of H. I am a registered member of Clutch City Online, where Rocket fans go to get the most current info.
Hakeem Olajuwon is my favorite NBA player of all-time. The Rockets are my favorite team. Also, in my opinion, basketball is the most exciting and entertaining sport to watch and play.
I think it would be interesting to be able to work in the Rocket organization.
I hope things work out well for the Rockets and Yao Ming. One does have to wonder, though, how long can Ming play and stay injury free?
|cathy||03/07/00||10||10||10||Thanks for all the interesting info!|
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Okay stalker-man! Nah, I don't make it hard to find me. Although, how you found me on AllExperts is a little perplexing. The scary thing is that the 11 videos on Youtube of me singing are the "best"