D-Will karma

Discussion in 'Utah Jazz' started by str8line, Mar 9, 2015.

  1. Stickler

    Stickler Well-Known Member

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    I don't know what your problem is with me, and I also don't care.

    But the fact that you've formed such a strong opinion about me, without knowing anything about me, doesn't exactly do anything to make me think you're right about Deron Williams.

    Be well.
     
  2. audacious3ball

    audacious3ball Well-Known Member

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    I picked him up a couple weeks ago off waivers to be my third string pg and I'm pretty happy I did. Maybe he could excel in the same role as a Jazzman too.
     
  3. str8line

    str8line Well-Known Member Contributor 2019 Award Winner

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    "I don't think so. If I'm wrong, please feel free to link the article."

    "Have some sense of perspective."

    "I don't know what your problem is with me, and I also don't care.

    But the fact that you've formed such a strong opinion about me, without knowing anything about me, doesn't exactly do anything to make me think you're right about Deron Williams.

    Be well."




    Be well? Be well?! Only a smug little _____ would say that. C'mon Stickler, grow a pair.
     
    Last edited: Mar 11, 2015
  4. Stickler

    Stickler Well-Known Member

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    What am I supposed to say? I have no interest in the personal attacks or flame wars. I don't know him, I have no opinion about him. I hope he is well.
     
  5. jimmy eat jazz

    jimmy eat jazz Well-Known Member

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    Geez, that's what everyone remembers and gets so worked up about? That's a whole lot of nothing. Let it go for heaven's sake.

    I still root for D-Will, have been and always will be a fan. I keep hoping that he has a mid-to-end of career resurgence. He was great when he was here; gave us a lot of great b-ball and many great moments. I feel badly for him. Injuries have reduced him to a shell of what he used to be. He seems to have lost the competitive fire that made him so great too. Personally, I'd love to see him in a Jazz uni. I'd exchange him for Burke in a heartbeat. Brooklyn/New Jersey has never run an offense that suits his skills.

    Sure he makes a lot of money, but he's human, and I imagine the turn of events is eating him up inside. I suspect also that he wishes he'd never left Utah. He probably realized too late how good he had it here.
     

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