Any of those examples I asked for? Any facts to back up any of your opinions? Or are you just going to call me high a few more times (that's where the invective started in this thread BTW) and offer absolutely nothing to support your assertions?
Originally Posted by Hack
Last edited by GVC; 02-17-2013 at 01:47 PM.
I told you. Every case is different. What, do you want me to find a time where a very talented 3rd overall pick was buried on the bench behind some overratted and overused vets on a team that won't reward hard work or good play and refuse to get on with rebuild, then maxed out the guy on the bench? Seriously?
Originally Posted by GVC
No, I can't find this exact scenario that is going on here in Utah. Does that make you right? No it doesn't. Any player I give you, you will just find some reason why it isn't the same. When I already told you it isn't the same.
You want some examples.
Bynum got a pretty hefty contract off some weak numbers. So did Chandler.
Bynum's numbers jumped when he got more minutes. But who's doesn't. You aren't seriously trying to tell me that Favors numbers would stay the same even if he got 36 a game are you? Its all about the minutes. A lot of guys can put up big numbers if they get the minutes and are more of a focal point of the offense. Jefferson's numbers went from 8/5 to 16/11 when his minutes jumped from 18-33. I could find all sorts of examples of that. You want a whole bunch more of those? And I already gave you Harden who wasn't putting up max warranted numbers coming off the bench, but did when he went to Houston, and he got maxed out before they knew what he would put up. Its amazing what minutes will do for you.
I guarantee Favors would put up some nice numbers with 36 per game and Al gone.