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    Quote Originally Posted by Ellipse View Post
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    I don't disagree with your opinion, but I do question your rationale. I've seen no evidence that the Jazz have a damn clue as to what they are trying to do, so maybe Al does "fit."
    Ha, excellent point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brown Notes View Post
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    Boston took Indianapolis to 7 games in round 1 2005, Al's rookie year. FYI JF.
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    We have young players at those positions who can use experience. Right now Lyles isn't getting it but I have confidence that he will be back on the floor rather soon. Favors is getting better, Exum is rounding into shape. We are not getting past the 2nd round, we are unlikely to get past the 1st round. None of the options listed or available change that in the slightest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brown Notes View Post
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    Boston took Indianapolis to 7 games in round 1 2005, Al's rookie year. FYI JF.

    Fans cannot or intentionally refuse to see the value Jefferson has to the Jazz's success. Which is fine. More and more what he is doing that I appreciate is absorbing so much of the inevitable deluge of fan negativity which every team has to deal with. As long as Al is on the team the young bigs are relatively inviolate and in particular, free from the pressure of carrying the team.

    Merry Christmas, Al.
    Dude. Holy ****. That is one pathetic attempt of trying to show any sort of accomplishment in his career.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pickledXgrandma View Post
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    Dude. Holy ****. That is one pathetic attempt of trying to show any sort of accomplishment in his career.
    Wrong. Just correcting the horde of mouth breathing tards. There's about 8 posts in this thread stating the guy only has one postseason appearance.

    I find it amusing how many of you want to bash me for this yet ignorance is freely applauded.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brown Notes View Post
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    Wrong. Just correcting the horde of mouth breathing tards. There's about 8 posts in this thread stating the guy only has one postseason appearance.

    I find it amusing how many of you want to bash me for this yet ignorance is freely applauded.
    How'd you become a Browns fan?
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    This Guy is a Top 5 Big in the NBA, every team would love to have a BIG presence in the paint like AL. This guy has amazing foot work and his jumper is magnificent for a guy his size. Also why is so much hatred around this guy ?
    Top 5 big? not even close. Maybe top 5 center. Maybe. And for how good his offense is, His defense is just that bad as well. The hatred comes from him not playing defense at all.
    Playoffs here we come. Pass the damn Kool-Aid
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    Quote Originally Posted by PKM View Post
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    How'd you become a Browns fan?

    All my life I've hated Seattle, so I had to find another team. Where I'm from everybody loves the GD Mariners so by default they are also SheHawk and (were) Sonic fans. I happened to see a really fun home Browns game, Bernie & Metcalf were great, the D was tremendous, really liked watching the fans freak out. IMO the best home fans of the 90s were in Oakland and Cleveland.

    It was kind of random, really. The losing doesn't shake me, my dad was president of the Vandal Boosters. Lol. Hung my stuffed Eyore toy hosting a pregame party for a BSU game when I was 5. I'm pretty sure we won that one though.

    Are you really from Kentucky?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brown Notes View Post
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    All my life I've hated Seattle, so I had to find another team. Where I'm from everybody loves the GD Mariners so by default they are also SheHawk and (were) Sonic fans. I happened to see a really fun home Browns game, Bernie & Metcalf were great, the D was tremendous, really liked watching the fans freak out. IMO the best home fans of the 90s were in Oakland and Cleveland.

    It was kind of random, really. The losing doesn't shake me, my dad was president of the Vandal Boosters. Lol. Hung my stuffed Eyore toy hosting a pregame party for a BSU game when I was 5. I'm pretty sure we won that one though.

    Are you really from Kentucky?
    Yes, I am from KY.
    I live in St. George, Utah now (have lived most everywhere at one time or another). I used to have a corporate office in Cleveland and we had 10 lower seasons to the Cavs (got them 1 year before Lebron was drafted, lol).

    I hated to see Tim Couch go to the Browns, not because I hated the Browns, but because they had ZERO O-Line and he had no chance at a career.
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    Calm down guys, im just a big BIG-Al Fan and I love how he plays. How many Bigīs with his size can shoot so smooth like Al ? I know that our young guys need more PT, but Big-AL needs more touches on offense,too. You have to cut the PT AL gets from Corbin, but give him just more touches until he is on the court. Then you have a top 5 BIG during the time he plays.
    Big-AL is a BIG player, he just needs more touches... Endurance is the only weak point on ALīs game.
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    Al is soft ? he is just a nice guy. Sometimes he avoids contact, just to protect other players from his strength. He is a player, who cares for other players. Trust me dude, they say BIG-AL breaks the neck of a bull, just with his pure hands.
    Why they call him BIG-AL, think of it

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    Quote Originally Posted by CAKAR View Post
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    Calm down guys, im just a big BIG-Al Fan and I love how he plays. How many Bigīs with his size can shoot so smooth like Al ? I know that our young guys need more PT, but Big-AL needs more touches on offense,too. You have to cut the PT AL gets from Corbin, but give him just more touches until he is on the court. Then you have a top 5 BIG during the time he plays.
    Big-AL is a BIG player, he just needs more touches... Endurance is the only weak point on ALīs game.
    Troll much?
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    Troll much?
    Whats wrong on this ? Big Al with more endurance would be one of the better defensive players in this league. The problem ist, that he is forced to use his energy just on the offensive end. He is good at defending the low post, but has no energy to help out on difficult plays.
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    Al is soft ? he is just a nice guy. Sometimes he avoids contact, just to protect other players from his strength. He is a player, who cares for other players. Trust me dude, they say BIG-AL breaks the neck of a bull, just with his pure hands.
    Why they call him BIG-AL, think of it

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    Al should be a 2nd option on someone's offense, not the foundation of someone's offense. People are just expecting too much of Al. Players like Boozer and David Lee would be getting the same flack if they were here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CAKAR View Post
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    Whats wrong on this ? Big Al with more endurance would be one of the better defensive players in this league. The problem ist, that he is forced to use his energy just on the offensive end. He is good at defending the low post, but has no energy to help out on difficult plays.
    He's a sloth and uninterested on defense. It has nothing to do with conditioning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Catchall View Post
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    Al should be a 2nd option on someone's offense, not the foundation of someone's offense. People are just expecting too much of Al. Players like Boozer and David Lee would be getting the same flack if they were here.
    The problem is he doesn't know how to be anything besides a 1st option on mediocre to bad teams.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NUMBERICA View Post
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    The problem is he doesn't know how to be anything besides a 1st option on mediocre to bad teams.
    Someone please try to marshall evidence contrary to this. I'll beg you... I'll dare you... What's more motivating?
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    We have young players at those positions who can use experience. Right now Lyles isn't getting it but I have confidence that he will be back on the floor rather soon. Favors is getting better, Exum is rounding into shape. We are not getting past the 2nd round, we are unlikely to get past the 1st round. None of the options listed or available change that in the slightest.

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