Wes says he'd eat a **** sandwich.
Personally, I would die my hair hot pink and keep it for three years
Trade Al's sad sack of **** ass along with Mo, and 3 future 1st round draft picks.
Out before hearing all the Nasty things PKM would do with Jim Leattner.
I eat a Klondike bar
**** all y'all and keep lickin my sack.
I don't want ball hog point guards. They ruin ball movement. Every fan gets excited when they see 10 assists per game. But its not hard to get 10 assists when you dominate the ball. Its pretty easy actually. Stockton did it without dominating the ball. He cared more about running the offense then getting assists. He was setting screens all the time down the court and running off curls more often then guys like Deron, Paul, Nash or Rondo.
Allen Iverson averaged 7 assists per game in his prime while also taking 24 shots per game.
This board has such a fascination with these ball hog PG's who think they are the only playmaker on the court. Again I am not saying its bad to average close to 10 assists per game. But if you dominate the ball and they rely on 1 guy to set up everyone then when playoff time comes they know they just need to stop that 1 guy and everyone else gets confused. This is why Chris Paul's teams struggle in the playoffs. Same with Deron here. Same with Nash.
Tony Parker would let Ginolobi take over during games. The ball rotates when he plays.
No thank you to any trading involving Rondo. Luckily we have no chance at him with expiring contracts. And our young bigs are untouchable if our management is smart.
And I liked Rondo coming out of College. I predicted he would be a sleeper and thought teams were crazy for passing up on him. But he got a big head in the last few years since the championship and he started dominating the ball. Not a fan of that at all. Pass first point guards are awesome.
But you have to distinguish between a pass first PG who dominates the ball and a pass first PG who allows ball movement.
what the hell? quite possibly the most talented yet worst possible fit for this team PG.
why would you suggest him? jazz need a guy who can shoot in the backcourt to create space for their bigs.
its like people here didnt take geometry or something
He's a lot better PG than Mo.
Trade Jefferson, Foye, Hayward future first
Gives them flexibility in the offseason to sign a superstar and promising young talent