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Mister Rogers[edit]

Do you have any citations for his sweaters having been made by his mother?--Chris Griswold () 23:14, 26 February 2007 (UTC)

Charles Barkley[edit]

Thanks for your contributions to Barkley's article. I've been working on revising it for a few weeks now, and hope to have it achieve a Good Article rating. In order to do this, the article must contain strong references. I was wondering if you had any references for your College/HS contributions? Let me know if you do, thanks. Zodiiak 07:43, 21 March 2007 (UTC)

Reply[edit]

Because marital status has absolutely nothing to do with the game and is not a record or notable statistic. -- Scorpion0422 01:31, 30 May 2007 (UTC)

Consider that there have been 14 seasons of Survivor and 243 contestants, counting twice those who have played twice. Contestants are either male or female, so there are only two possibilities for each person in the sequence. After that many seasons and contestants, it just makes sense that random patterns of people voted off, like consecutive people of the same gender, or alternating gender, or whatever other patterns there could be, will occur. These patterns are not really worth noting. --Maxamegalon2000 01:47, 8 June 2007 (UTC)

Aubie edit[edit]

Phil, regarding your recent addition to Aubie, an edit summary of "I was there, I'm an Auburn alumni" is basicly an invitation to have the edit reverted as original research. Because Aubie is probably only watchlisted by Auburn folks, it may go unchallenged (and I don't doubt your recollection) but in the future, you should try to find some source to cite for any major additions; first-person editor accounts are not generally acceptable here on Wikipedia. So, if you can find a write-up about Aubie's football debut, it would be very helpful to add to your recollection as a cite. War Eagle! AUTiger » talk 19:08, 25 June 2007 (UTC)

Wilt Chamberlain[edit]

I don't disagree that Wilt's 1,045 game career without fouling out (or, if you include playoff games, 1205) is extremely impressive. Certainly, for virtually any other player that played the game, I would agree that not fouling out in 1000+ games would be (as you put it) "Perhaps the most amazing of all his feats as a professional". But for Chamberlain, in my opinion, it ranks below many of his other astounding accomplishments. His 1961-62 season's scoring feats (season average, season total, single game record, 50+ games, consecutive 40+ games, consecutive 50+ games , etc), his 1960-61 rebounding accomplishments (season average, season total, single game record, etc), his final season fg pct, his career rebounding stats, his rookie season totals . . . these are feats that have never been approached. The fouling out record has been approached -- in particular, Malone showed that it is not completely beyond the reach of other mortals.

I have no problem with you mentioning the feat in the Wilt Chamberlain article. It's just the "Perhaps the most amazing of all his feats as a professional" clause that you added that I have some problems with. Note that the article List of career achievements by Wilt Chamberlain does list Chamberlain's not-fouling out feat . . . and while notable, I don't know if I can be persuaded that it belongs at the top of the list of his greatest accomplishments. Myasuda 22:51, 13 August 2007 (UTC)

By the way, six personal fouls has always been the limit in BAA/NBA history . . . . aside from the rare case in which a team has fewer than five players with less than six fouls. Incidentally, there have been cases when the latter rule has taken effect. Alex Hannum once received seven personal fouls in a game, and the record of eight is held by center Don Otten. Please remember to sign your discussion statements with four tildes to provide a timed signature. Myasuda 22:59, 13 August 2007 (UTC)

Mynameisphil[edit]

Any particular reason why you undid the correction about McGwire's 1995 season? No one has ever hit 473 homers in a season, much less in 317 at bats. McGwire had 39 homers that season, which is impressive enough. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Mynameisphil (talkcontribs) 18:59, 26 September 2007 (UTC)

Because I'm stupid and didn't read it closely enough. Now I'll look into how that got in there in the first place. Sorry about that. —Wknight94 (talk) 19:12, 26 September 2007 (UTC)

1978 NBA Finals[edit]

I enjoyed your contributions to the article 1978 NBA Finals, but I think it's a bit too much of a cut-and-paste job from http://www.nba.com/history/finals/19771978.html. While that website is presented as an external link for the article, this typically does not suffice to avoid copyright concerns. If you do wish to quote from the site, use in-line cites instead that make it clear what you are quoting. See Wikipedia:Copyrights and Wikipedia:Spotting possible copyright violations for an overview. Thanks. Myasuda 02:47, 4 October 2007 (UTC)

You did a pretty good job. If I can find some time this weekend, I might do a little touch-up on your write-up . . . but on the whole, you addressed my concerns. Like you, my intro to NBA basketball came in the mid 70's. In those days, I pored over various references and became an NBA history expert of sorts up through the early 80s (after which I somewhat lost interest). Anyhow, for future reference, you might want to look at Wikipedia:Citing sources. See you around. Myasuda 02:00, 5 October 2007 (UTC)

John Hiller[edit]

Do you happen to have the date for the SI issue from which you added the Kingdome item? MisfitToys 23:56, 13 November 2007 (UTC)

I want to say late May/early June of 1977...I can pin it down for you....thanks.


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Survivor[edit]

You need to have references to add the comments you did. Also be advised, episode summaries should be short and concise. The article is already too long and your additions are making it unnecessarily longer and include no references. KellyAna (talk) 14:12, 17 January 2008 (UTC)

Eddie Johnson[edit]

Hi,

Could you explain what you were trying to say here? Unfortunately, that doesn't make sense as written, unless the KC Kings used just two players in their final game before moving to Sacramento. Zagalejo^^^ 07:31, 11 April 2008 (UTC)

Ah. I think you mean to say, "Johnson and Thorpe were the last men playing in the NBA who had once been members of the Kansas City Kings." Or something to that effect. If that's the case, then it looks like Thorpe was in the NBA two seasons longer than Johnson. Zagalejo^^^ 16:36, 11 April 2008 (UTC)


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