Dwight Howard, by the way, weighed in at a little less than Lebron did, at his own draft weigh-in though Dwight is taller by about 2 inches. When you take those two guys and compare them to basketball players of previous eras though, they are abnormally large for that age. Kobe, for example, was like 175.
My bad, Dwight is listed as 3" taller than Lebron.
And I can find ten different websites that list ten different weights for virtually every player in the NBA every year. It's so crazy to think that a guy getting paid millions of dollars to be a professional athlete might have better access to training facilities and trainers than he did as a high schooler. Or that he would spend more time working out than he did as a high schooler.
Good grief, Sman.
I suppose you can also just look on their rookie cards.
They should declare open season and let everyone use whatever they want openly and freely. Like anti-virus and anti-malware, testing and scanning will always be a step behind, so why bother? Just come out, officially welcome it and let everyone play based on an even field of whatever science they can muster up, albeit it'll be a field of biochemical freaks...but therefore all the more entertaining.
That's what makes it great. I'm hoping to see the first person who grafts on two extra arms so that it'll help him or her rack up steals or blocked shots. It'll be awesome. And you know how Obama says he wants to push math and sciences? Well, this merges the uncool math and science kids with the cool jocks onto the same team. Math and science kids will finally get to be big name rockstars.
See, as a SF Giants fan, I've been where some of you are now, trying to deny everything, but I know that, in the back of your mind, there's this suspicion that this stuff might actually be true. Well, this stuff is a Pandora's Box. Bonds has been outed [somewhat], and he and others [like Clemens] publicly ridiculed, and yet more and more findings are revealed today of ballplayers still using PED's. You can't get it back in the box anymore. Might as well embrace it instead.