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#1 Max Rockatansky

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Posted 04 March 2013 - 09:02 AM

The source is Incarcerated Bob so take it with a grain of salt.

http://ibnsportswrap...hp?articleID=28


More proof that the american sports world is a mess. You’ve heard some words from Incarcerated Bob on twitter saying that some more names were linked with the whole scandal that rocked the world earlier this year, A Rod being the biggest of them all. But before getting to the dirty part, let’s make put up a little background story. Introducing first our guest on the line : Jessica. She had been introduced to Anthony Bosch by mutual friends before beginning to work for him from April 2010 to February 2012 as a assistant before leaving the company. She was in charge of keeping track of pretty much every financial transfer in Bosch’s clinic. And, rightfully so, she contacted Incarcerated Bob to let the world know what she’s been seeing over the last two years.

Here’s some details about the things she kept track of :

Incarcerated Bob : What names stood out to you ?
Jessica : LJ, JN, Francisco, Cruz ..
Incarcerated Bob : These were the name that you just had and were told to put in the books ?
Jessica : Yes.
Incarcerated Bob : How did that work, money would come in ? Did Mr Bosch tell you to put some initials in the books ?
Jessica : Yes. Like LJ, someone named Mr Paul would come in and Mr Bosch would give a check to put in the book LJ as being “payed for the month”.

Our guest added later that this Mr Paul came every month, once a month, taking products for LJ. She told IBN Sports Wrap that Mr Paul was a friend of LeBron James and what we know for sure is that one of LJB’s closest friend AND agent is Rich Paul. She also pointed out that some of her coworkers were 100% sure that Lebron James was a client of the instute and was the LJ in question. But here more details :


Incarcerated Bob : Now, you also said a JN who did it stood for ?
Jessica : Jameer Nelson.
Incarcerated Bob : How do you know JN is Jameer Nelson ?
Jessica : Well, he came to the office.
Incarcerated Bob : So you’re saying Jameer Nelson came in person ?
Jessica : Yes
Incarcerated Bob : What did he take ? Did he make a payment ?
Jessica : Yes, he took products.
Incarcerated Bob : Did he actually pay ?
Jessica : Yeah, he paid in cash.

Our guest officially identified Jameer Nelson, player of the Orlando Magic who had come in person to Anthony Bosch’s office numerous times and later confirmed that she was indeed telling the truth about both him and LeBron James. Answering a question from Incarcerated Bob, the former Biogenesis bookkeeper told IBN that she was instructed to destroy all the files when the investigations began on Mr Bosch’s clinic and our guest had been explicitly asked to erase the initials and the name (JN, LJ, Francisco ..) from the files/bookkeeping logs.
In my view too many things add up for this to be a coincidence , we have a smoking gun who physically saw one NBA star (Jameer Nelson) and who saw a Mr. Paul make payments for someone who had the initials L.J. -- Meanwhile the best friend for (Lebron James) is non other than Rich Paul.. Something smells real fishy in South Beach and it's not those late night Miami escorts. The NBA clearly has a steroid problem and their superstar looks involved, the fans deserve a thorough investigation and possibly future testing.
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#2 Max Rockatansky

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Posted 04 March 2013 - 09:39 AM

Here's the Audio Interview with the assistant

http://soundcloud.co...d-bob-interview
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#3 rdubs23

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Posted 04 March 2013 - 11:36 AM

Seems legit... Incarcerated Bob, lawlz.
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Posted 04 March 2013 - 11:40 AM

Is this what people are going to start using to explain Lebron's hairline now?
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Posted 04 March 2013 - 11:44 AM

The 2 things that stand out for me w/ this interview and so-called "story".

1. Once IncarceratedBob can start writing complete sentences, I will consider listening to what he has to say, he is also an average at best handicapper.

2. If this girl's story was legit, she'd take it to ESPN who would likely pay her millions for it, and not to some obscure handicapper who occassionally does a radio show. Reason she didn't? If she took it to ESPN and it blew up in her face, she'd be looking at a massive lawsuit.
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Posted 04 March 2013 - 12:26 PM

Let's forget about Lebron for a minute.

2009 Orlando Magic starting 5

Nelson (article above)
Lee
Hedo (busted)
Lewis (busted)
Dwight
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#7 Cmilne23

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Posted 04 March 2013 - 01:13 PM

Anyone in Miami is under a cloud of suspicision. HGH would really only benefit an NBA player in terms of healing his body quicker and recovering faster from injury. Muscle mass is not really a huge factor in terms of player production. Although Lebron does have a freak body which has made people question his connection to this clinic since the story broke. Would not really surprise me if he was using HGH. But it would also not change my opinion of him, or really any other NBA player for that matter.

Edited by Cmilne23, 04 March 2013 - 01:14 PM.


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Posted 04 March 2013 - 01:16 PM

Interesting topic, but it should be in the off-topic fantasy forum
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Posted 04 March 2013 - 01:19 PM

Anyone in Miami is under a cloud of suspicision. HGH would really only benefit an NBA player in terms of healing his body quicker and recovering faster from injury. Muscle mass is not really a huge factor in terms of player production. Although Lebron does have a freak body which has made people question his connection to this clinic since the story broke. Would not really surprise me if he was using HGH. But it would also not change my opinion of him, or really any other NBA player for that matter.


Kind of my sentiment as well, no amount of any drug is making anyone a better jumpshooter, ball handler, or improving their post footwork. I can see it as a recovery tool, and wouldn't be surprised if it is pretty widely used in the NBA, given their extremely lax testing policies.
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Posted 04 March 2013 - 01:44 PM


Anyone in Miami is under a cloud of suspicision. HGH would really only benefit an NBA player in terms of healing his body quicker and recovering faster from injury. Muscle mass is not really a huge factor in terms of player production. Although Lebron does have a freak body which has made people question his connection to this clinic since the story broke. Would not really surprise me if he was using HGH. But it would also not change my opinion of him, or really any other NBA player for that matter.


Kind of my sentiment as well, no amount of any drug is making anyone a better jumpshooter, ball handler, or improving their post footwork. I can see it as a recovery tool, and wouldn't be surprised if it is pretty widely used in the NBA, given their extremely lax testing policies.


Ya, PEDs really do not have a huge influence, infact it may actually hinder some. Rapid muscle growth would do more harm than good for an NBA players jumpshot. But it is a very taxing sport on the legs and what not so using HGH as a recovery tool would benefit many. If Lebron got caught the only stat that would probably go down would be Games Played, outside of that he is still easily the best player in the world.

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Posted 04 March 2013 - 01:52 PM

Could explain why Lebron is hitting his jumpers more consistently lately.

Remember when Rashard Lewis was on roids and he was knocking down an abundance of 3's. Then he got busted, and his roids got taken away from him, and he's been absolutely awful ever since.

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Posted 04 March 2013 - 02:15 PM

Could explain why Lebron is hitting his jumpers more consistently lately.

Remember when Rashard Lewis was on roids and he was knocking down an abundance of 3's. Then he got busted, and his roids got taken away from him, and he's been absolutely awful ever since.


Stuff like this just irks me to no extent. I think it was COH that said something about muting your posts, I may have to do the same.

Lewis hasn't been the same because he's been much less durable and his knees, which immediately fell out from under him after the HGH scandal in Orlando, have never recovered. He's had tendonities issues in his knees dating back to Seattle. It has nothing to do with one's ability to hit jumpers. Like the above posters mentioned, for basketball players, this is more about recovery. It's why Lewis, and recently Hedo, were busted.

For the love of god, do some simple research before you just start spouting unsupported drivel, please!

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Posted 04 March 2013 - 02:17 PM

Could explain why Lebron is hitting his jumpers more consistently lately.

Remember when Rashard Lewis was on roids and he was knocking down an abundance of 3's. Then he got busted, and his roids got taken away from him, and he's been absolutely awful ever since.


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I'm honestly curious how excited you got when you read something negative about LeBron? That theory is also downright insubstantial. (and I don't like using that word often).

Edited by The Harsh, 04 March 2013 - 02:23 PM.
So please don't use it, thanks.

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Posted 04 March 2013 - 02:28 PM


Could explain why Lebron is hitting his jumpers more consistently lately.

Remember when Rashard Lewis was on roids and he was knocking down an abundance of 3's. Then he got busted, and his roids got taken away from him, and he's been absolutely awful ever since.


Stuff like this just irks me to no extent. I think it was COH that said something about muting your posts, I may have to do the same.

Lewis hasn't been the same because he's been much less durable and his knees, which immediately fell out from under him after the HGH scandal in Orlando, have never recovered. He's had tendonities issues in his knees dating back to Seattle. It has nothing to do with one's ability to hit jumpers. Like the above posters mentioned, for basketball players, this is more about recovery. It's why Lewis, and recently Hedo, were busted.

For the love of god, do some simple research before you just start spouting unsupported drivel, please!


The HGH helped keep his body in prime condition. It helped battle the aches and pains in his knees and every other part of this body.
When your body is consistently in prime condition like that, your performance becomes enhanced. And that is a major reason why he was able to play at a high level and knock down jumpers with high consistency.
Take away his steriods and ofcourse his body is gonna break down and his skills are gonna diminish as a result.

Oh believe me i wish i could Mute all of you too. Because you guys don't know what you're talking about. And you never admit to the fact that I'm usually right.

Edited by Thats Ridiculous, 04 March 2013 - 02:31 PM.


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Posted 04 March 2013 - 02:37 PM

Could explain why Lebron is hitting his jumpers more consistently lately.

Remember when Rashard Lewis was on roids and he was knocking down an abundance of 3's. Then he got busted, and his roids got taken away from him, and he's been absolutely awful ever since.
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The HGH helped keep his body in prime condition. It helped battle the aches and pains in his knees and every other part of this body.
When your body is consistently in prime condition like that, your performance becomes enhanced. And that is a major reason why he was able to play at a high level and knock down jumpers with high consistency.
Take away his steriods and ofcourse his body is gonna break down and his skills are gonna diminish as a result.

Oh believe me i wish i could Mute all of you too. Because you guys don't know what you're talking about. And you never admit to the fact that I'm usually right.


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Posted 04 March 2013 - 02:45 PM

Oh believe me i wish i could Mute all of you too. Because you guys don't know what you're talking about. And you never admit to the fact that I'm usually right.


You have that capability, so there's no need to wish for it. Just go to "My Settings," and then to "'Ignore' Preferences." Hopefully it puts an end to these trifling Kobe/Lebron debates that always seem to pop up.
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Posted 04 March 2013 - 02:49 PM

The HGH helped keep his body in prime condition. It helped battle the aches and pains in his knees and every other part of this body.
When your body is consistently in prime condition like that, your performance becomes enhanced. And that is a major reason why he was able to play at a high level and knock down jumpers with high consistency.
Take away his steriods and ofcourse his body is gonna break down and his skills are gonna diminish as a result.

Oh believe me i wish i could Mute all of you too. Because you guys don't know what you're talking about. And you never admit to the fact that I'm usually right.

Your original statement did not specify that you were talking about body breaking down. You pin point it to roids improving jump shots. We shouldn't admit to the fact that you're usually right, because I proved many of your statements wrong in another thread that you have yet to reply to.
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Posted 04 March 2013 - 02:50 PM

For those doubting that steroids could help Rashard Lewis and/or Lebron James knock down jumpers, do you also doubt that steroids could help Lance Armstrong win the Tour De France multiple times, or do you also doubt steroids could help Mark McGuire break the homerun record?

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Posted 04 March 2013 - 02:57 PM


Oh believe me i wish i could Mute all of you too. Because you guys don't know what you're talking about. And you never admit to the fact that I'm usually right.


You have that capability, so there's no need to wish for it. Just go to "My Settings," and then to "'Ignore' Preferences." Hopefully it puts an end to these trifling Kobe/Lebron debates that always seem to pop up.

Thank you.
I'm not going to use it because I am a fair and forgiving person. Every voice shall be heard whether I like it or not.
Besides... why should I mute them if they're the ones who're gonna mute me anyway.

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Posted 04 March 2013 - 02:58 PM

For those doubting that steroids could help Rashard Lewis and/or Lebron James knock down jumpers, do you also doubt that steroids could help Lance Armstrong win the Tour De France multiple times, or do you also doubt steroids could help Mark McGuire break the homerun record?

Does anyone else see a problem with this?

Analogy of a cyclist who can potentially use roids for strength to roids improving a NBA player's jump shots.
Are you assuming that Roids will improve Dwight's FT? smh..

Edited by BareaFan, 04 March 2013 - 02:59 PM.

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