I’m certainly finding it interesting that your reading comprehension is this poor.
I retain some small amount of hope for him. I was soooo excited about his potential as a rookie.
Or, instead, you could grow a sense of humor!
I’m really enjoying Sabonis, in particular. As a center, it’s like his game all just clicks into place: he’s not a plus shooter as a forward, but as a center he is; he’s not an agile or versatile defender as a forward, but as a center he is. He’s a good operator from the elbow, and his rebounding is seriously …
God, he makes me so sad to watch. No player in the NBA hates taking jumpers more than he does.
I’m not sure I agree with you. Lonzo had a really good year at UCLA! He’s got real strengths as a basketball player. It’s not impossible that he will learn to shoot from outside in the NBA, and if that happens he could wind up being a very good floor general for an excellent offense.
It’s definitely too early, but I also feel like Brogdon’s particular makeup as a basketball player fits well in the modern NBA. He may never be an All Star, but I think he’ll have a long and productive career as a rotation guy. Whereas MCW is a lower-end backup who takes a lot off the table, mostly because he has zero…
Nah, I put quotes around that because as far as I know that’s as much information as has been given out, and I didn’t want readers to think I was abbreviating any specific information. It might’ve been a dumb way to present it, I’ll admit.
Are those really the only options?
Oh, it’s already worked.
Uhh...that’s not at all what that article says? It says that sticking with a young player and working to surround him with capable veterans is no less credible a plan than what the Sixers did, but in order to pull it off you have to be good at it. The Hornets do not disprove that theory—if anything, they prove that…
I say this with all due respect: you should look up the term “toxic masculinity.” It doesn’t mean what you seem to think it means.
Nah, I think it’s rare that you can develop a real sense of how these things will shake out before you actually see the two fighters in the ring together. No one would be crazy for giving someone with Rigondeaux’s résumé the benefit of the doubt.
Man. You might be the worst sight-unseen identifier in the history of the profession.
Thing is, Stanton has to waive his no-trade clause in order to facilitate any trade to any team. So he had absolute final say about this trade.
To be perfectly fair, every draft expert on earth had Lonzo as a top-five talent in this draft.
Yeah, sure. It’s worth pointing out, though, that the Sixers haven’t yet really seemed to believe fully that an injury caused the disrupted shooting motion.
I went to the ACC Championship in Jacksonville back in....2005???? Holy hell, I am so old.
Uhh. Hmm. If I were gonna bet on one of the two of them coming anywhere close to living up to their draft position, I would choose Lonzo, easily. He’s three years younger than Dunn, and Dunn is just sooooooooo clueless on offense in the NBA. And I’m genuinely rooting for Dunn to succeed.