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    Quote Originally Posted by fishonjazz View Post
    Who would you rather have coaching this jazz team?
    None of them. One is crazy soldier, other is a poor version of Sloan
    Che: I have got two things "freedom and death." If I can not have one, i wish to have the other; because noone is able to capture me alive

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    Quote Originally Posted by illyasova View Post
    None of them. One is crazy soldier, other is a poor version of Sloan
    Just becausse Skiles benched your compatriot Ilyasova ?

    Oh my, that dude was awful this season...
    Why they call him Big Al ? think of it...
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    "In practice Iím going against a big great player like Al," Kanter said. "So, whenever Iím on the court with other big men itís much easier."


    No Kanter ,but more AL

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    Quote Originally Posted by CAKAR View Post
    Just becausse Skiles benched your compatriot Ilyasova ?

    Oh my, that dude was awful this season...

    It's not about my man, about the history. He always gets the job done in his 1st year coaching but after second year all players wanna escape of him due to his discipline ways and then he fails really bad. No communication with his players, no flexibility and too stubborn to make changes needed. Just ask suns, Bulls or Bucks fanz.
    Che: I have got two things "freedom and death." If I can not have one, i wish to have the other; because noone is able to capture me alive

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    If heīs such a disciplened coach, why he was giving Jenning and Ellis a fool's license to chuck, just as they want ?
    Your Man Ilyasova had a hard time to play with a player like Jennings, but he was able to get out of his self, to show at least a bit of "Ersanaty" during the middle of the last season. But After Ellis also arrived he already began to sink slow but steady.

    The Jennings+Ellis duo scored almost 40 points per game with 40 percent from the field. Oh my, Milwaukee is an awful team to watch. I think Skiles was a really bad coach.
    Why they call him Big Al ? think of it...
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    "In practice Iím going against a big great player like Al," Kanter said. "So, whenever Iím on the court with other big men itís much easier."


    No Kanter ,but more AL

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    Quote Originally Posted by CAKAR View Post
    Just becausse Skiles benched your compatriot Ilyasova ?

    Oh my, that dude was awful this season...
    Where are you from?
    David Locke: "Because what happens in this league is, people start shooting threes and they get soft and donít want contact and then they just stay out there all the time. Youíre not going to get soft, are you?"

    Enes Kanter: "I kind of live in the paint, man. Come on. I wonít get soft. Donít worry about that."

    4.17.14


    Dave Locke:
    The Jazz PR guy just walked by shaking his head at you.
    What did you do?

    Kanter: I dropped a bomb.

    ~I'm sure it's hell to go to the public bathroom Kanter uses.

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    Non-communicado attitude would demoralize this team.
    David Locke: "Because what happens in this league is, people start shooting threes and they get soft and donít want contact and then they just stay out there all the time. Youíre not going to get soft, are you?"

    Enes Kanter: "I kind of live in the paint, man. Come on. I wonít get soft. Donít worry about that."

    4.17.14


    Dave Locke:
    The Jazz PR guy just walked by shaking his head at you.
    What did you do?

    Kanter: I dropped a bomb.

    ~I'm sure it's hell to go to the public bathroom Kanter uses.

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    Ha when I saw this on ESPN yesterday my first thought ohhh how some on JF would be clamoring for him. So let me get this straight you don't want re-tread veteran players but a triple re-tread coach is cool? Glad to see you stick to you guns and or agendas.

    With that said when I first heard it I did think (someone already posted the same) that I would love him as an assistant coach if he could swallow his pride and take a asst coach position.

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    Quote Originally Posted by addictionary View Post
    Where are you from?
    What do you think ?
    Why they call him Big Al ? think of it...
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    "In practice Iím going against a big great player like Al," Kanter said. "So, whenever Iím on the court with other big men itís much easier."


    No Kanter ,but more AL

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    Quote Originally Posted by CAKAR View Post
    What do you think ?
    TŁrk?
    David Locke: "Because what happens in this league is, people start shooting threes and they get soft and donít want contact and then they just stay out there all the time. Youíre not going to get soft, are you?"

    Enes Kanter: "I kind of live in the paint, man. Come on. I wonít get soft. Donít worry about that."

    4.17.14


    Dave Locke:
    The Jazz PR guy just walked by shaking his head at you.
    What did you do?

    Kanter: I dropped a bomb.

    ~I'm sure it's hell to go to the public bathroom Kanter uses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by addictionary View Post
    TŁrk?
    What makes you think that ? Im a native from Ruanda who is living in Germany. BUT, I have many friends here who are turkish and we are going to eat Kebab with them and playing soccer.
    BUT, you are a turk right ? Can you say to me whatīs the meaning of that is ???
    "jeramin utschu" ????
    Why they call him Big Al ? think of it...
    -----------------------------------------------------------

    "In practice Iím going against a big great player like Al," Kanter said. "So, whenever Iím on the court with other big men itís much easier."


    No Kanter ,but more AL

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    Quote Originally Posted by CAKAR View Post
    What makes you think that ? Im a native from Ruanda who is living in Germany. BUT, I have many friends here who are turkish and we are going to eat Kebab with them and playing soccer.
    BUT, you are a turk right ? Can you say to me whatīs the meaning of that is ???
    "jeramin utschu" ????
    Why did I think, well your nick sounds Turkish that was why. Your posts kinda feel that way too. As for the phrase, I have no idea but I can assure you it is not Turkish.
    David Locke: "Because what happens in this league is, people start shooting threes and they get soft and donít want contact and then they just stay out there all the time. Youíre not going to get soft, are you?"

    Enes Kanter: "I kind of live in the paint, man. Come on. I wonít get soft. Donít worry about that."

    4.17.14


    Dave Locke:
    The Jazz PR guy just walked by shaking his head at you.
    What did you do?

    Kanter: I dropped a bomb.

    ~I'm sure it's hell to go to the public bathroom Kanter uses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by addictionary View Post
    Why did I think, well your nick sounds Turkish that was why. Your posts kinda feel that way too. As for the phrase, I have no idea but I can assure you it is not Turkish.
    Is any Turk on this board who is supporting BIG-AL ? All the turks in my neighborhood who are interested in Basketball are hating on him and the others are hating on Kanter causse of special reasons.

    My name has a strong meaning in my nativ language, it means something like "The striker, or a person who is beating his opponents"

    Maybe I wrote it wrong, becausse all the turkish guys are using that against each other. Is it so difficult to write on turkish ?
    "jaramin utschu" hmmm itīs just something like that.... you Turks are very weird, but not on a negativ way.
    Why they call him Big Al ? think of it...
    -----------------------------------------------------------

    "In practice Iím going against a big great player like Al," Kanter said. "So, whenever Iím on the court with other big men itís much easier."


    No Kanter ,but more AL

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    Quote Originally Posted by CAKAR View Post
    Is any Turk on this board who is supporting BIG-AL ? All the turks in my neighborhood who are interested in Basketball are hating on him and the others are hating on Kanter causse of special reasons.

    My name has a strong meaning in my nativ language, it means something like "The striker, or a person who is beating his opponents"

    Maybe I wrote it wrong, becausse all the turkish guys are using that against each other. Is it so difficult to write on turkish ?
    "jaramin utschu" hmmm itīs just something like that.... you Turks are very weird, but not on a negativ way.
    They might be saying "yarraamın ŁstŁ" or "yarraam ŁşŁdŁ" or even "yarraamın ucu" but they both do not make sense more than a overpushed insult/curse. And Cakar means pretty much the same thing in Turkish and written like «akar, but they have no linguistic bonds as far as I know, or the German word might be rooted from the Turkish word. But as I said, I don't know.

    Not hating on Al is uncool nowadays, because the Jazz fans believe his presence harms the future of the team with all that talent lying around. And they are mostly right. Al's time has come. He can be at a better team from now on in which he can gain better success and the team could benefit more than the Jazz do also.
    David Locke: "Because what happens in this league is, people start shooting threes and they get soft and donít want contact and then they just stay out there all the time. Youíre not going to get soft, are you?"

    Enes Kanter: "I kind of live in the paint, man. Come on. I wonít get soft. Donít worry about that."

    4.17.14


    Dave Locke:
    The Jazz PR guy just walked by shaking his head at you.
    What did you do?

    Kanter: I dropped a bomb.

    ~I'm sure it's hell to go to the public bathroom Kanter uses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by addictionary View Post
    They might be saying "yarraamın ŁstŁ" or "yarraam ŁşŁdŁ" or even "yarraamın ucu" but they both do not make sense more than a overpushed insult/curse. And Cakar means pretty much the same thing in Turkish and written like «akar, but they have no linguistic bonds as far as I know, or the German word might be rooted from the Turkish word. But as I said, I don't know.

    Not hating on Al is uncool nowadays, because the Jazz fans believe his presence harms the future of the team with all that talent lying around. And they are mostly right. Al's time has come. He can be at a better team from now on in which he can gain better success and the team could benefit more than the Jazz do also.
    THIS....

    And the meaning of Cakar is not from German, itīs from my native language from Ruanda. It has a very strong meaning, but are you kidding me ? Im confused that it also has the same meaning in your language.
    East-Africa and Eastern Europe are far away from each other...
    Why they call him Big Al ? think of it...
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    "In practice Iím going against a big great player like Al," Kanter said. "So, whenever Iím on the court with other big men itís much easier."


    No Kanter ,but more AL

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    Quote Originally Posted by CAKAR View Post
    THIS....

    And the meaning of Cakar is not from German, itīs from my native language from Ruanda. It has a very strong meaning, but are you kidding me ? Im confused that it also has the same meaning in your language.
    East-Africa and Eastern Europe are far away from each other...
    Yeah dude it's amazing.

    Well as the socialists say, "people are the same, governments are lame."
    David Locke: "Because what happens in this league is, people start shooting threes and they get soft and donít want contact and then they just stay out there all the time. Youíre not going to get soft, are you?"

    Enes Kanter: "I kind of live in the paint, man. Come on. I wonít get soft. Donít worry about that."

    4.17.14


    Dave Locke:
    The Jazz PR guy just walked by shaking his head at you.
    What did you do?

    Kanter: I dropped a bomb.

    ~I'm sure it's hell to go to the public bathroom Kanter uses.

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