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Posted at 12:49 PM ET, 05/02/2007

Which NBA Player Are You?

I'm not even sure how I got here, but this site Rum & Monkey has this oldish NBA Personality Test, among a whole bunch of odd tests, none of which were odd enough to make me want to fill them out. Point being, it's not really an NBA personality test, it's more a test of basketball styles, which is considerably less interesting.

The first time I filled it out, in which I basically said I was below average whenever possible, the test told me I was Gilbert Arenas. The second time, in which I just clicked randomly as quickly as possible, it said I was Yao Ming. I think the enterprise is flawed, but if someone made an actual personality test (i.e. if you printed a t-shirt for fans what would it say, in which bathroom appliance does your daughter play, etc.), I would be extremely pleased.

In other blogs that you might want to read:

The DCenters compiled an all-Shakespeare Starting XI, likely marking the first time in world history that Falstaff was compared to Marco Etcheverry and Polonius to Ray Hudson. Suitably inspired, Ben Olsen's Beard offers advice to D.C. United in the form of quotes from "The Office." And Who Ate All the Cupcakes is making up fake locker room dialogues featuring Christian Laettner. These are the things you do when your team is 0-3, I suppose.

And Gheorghe: The Blog, via The Sporting Orange, brings us Steve Spurrier, channeling Vernon Davis, poorly.

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