He certainly doesn't deserve cheers. It would be cool if the crowd treated him like he treated the Jazz under the majority of the contract that killed any championship hopes before there could really be any and be ambivalent.
Mostly cheers, scattered boos
Mostly boos, scattered cheers
I understand the idea that you get what you can while you can when you're a player, but there's fair negotiation, and then there's Latrell Sprewell.
That said, LHM totally blew it on this call (in addition to Harpring's 4th year, in addition to Gail and the Memo extension).
Also, since I'm in tank mode, I'm hoping for a nostalgic 5x5 with a stuff on every one of the five youngins incl. Carroll. Y'all know at least one on Haywad is guaranteed. White on white crime baby.
Happy Tanksgiving 20.74390243902%
Probably Boos but that is when our team is stinking it up
To quote George "W" "For every fatal shooting, there were roughly three non-fatal shootings. And, folks, this is unacceptable in America. It's just unacceptable. And we're going to do something about it." --Philadelphia, Penn., May 14, 2001
I'll always cheer for AK. One of the more unique players I've ever seen and far more talented than he's given credit for.
Not suggesting anything different could have been done, but I'd kill to swap AK for Marvin. That one switch would make us so much better.
I don't boo former Jazz players but I wouldn't be surprised if he got more cheers than boos.
Save the boos for Boozer.
I cheered for AK. It was weird.
There is no such thing as "more boobs". Never enough.
Burke- Burks- Burked.
Glad to say I was wrong - but I suspect most fans dozed off during the game like I did.
I was at the game and cheered for AK when his name was called in the starting line ups. Most people seemed to cheer. Outside of that nothing special happened for him, we was booed pretty bad during his free throw attempts. The only thing I hated about AK was his terrible contract. He's still a good player, just no where near the 19 mil or so he got a paid per year when he was with us