Wundrbread33

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About Wundrbread33

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    Huntersville, NC
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    Family, Panthers, Hornets, Mizzou Tigers, Music, Xbox...and an ice cold Spaten Optimator!

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  1. Carolina Panthers OTA Notes and Photos

    For whatever reason, Ginn always gets crapped on. Return game alone he makes the team. Our offense struggles without his deep threat ability too.
  2. One Man's Trash Is Another Man's Treasure

    Seriously. Strength, length, and toughness Biz has in spades, and these attributes convert to stops and extra chances for our shooters on the offensive side of the floor. We replaced him with Hansborough who, although tough, does not have the tools to be a contributing pro player. I still find it hard to believe that Clifford would have been on board with letting Biz walk. If he was, I just cannot understand how he could be considered a "defensive genius." Maybe Biz pissed everyone off personally. I just don't get it.
  3. One Man's Trash Is Another Man's Treasure

    I realize his use was not constant, as I said "when he was involved." Lin and Kemba penetrate as well as anyone, and much as we saw Zeller used in the pick and roll (since he still does not have a reliable jumper), I find it hard to believe that Biz couldn't have similar success rolling to the rim. And yes, he is getting attention for his energy, defense, and rebounding, which are three things this team needed horribly in the postseason.
  4. One Man's Trash Is Another Man's Treasure

    Just want another clap gif to show up for @Zaximus
  5. Tampa research has discovered something big for their staff and players who have not missed a mortgage payment in 3 years...
  6. Our Panther Twitter team needs to get there hands on this...
  7. One Man's Trash Is Another Man's Treasure

    I can say with strong resolve that Barron would have been a better player here than in Tampa. Rivera, McD, Wilks...they would do wonders with Barron's skillset. Kuechly is obviously still the better pick...but environment matters a ton.
  8. One Man's Trash Is Another Man's Treasure

    You watched Biz play for us last year right? It was constant screen and roll with Biz when he was involved. We are watching the same player do the same things he did for us. Go back and look up his performance as our starter last year. Not trying to be combative, I'm just confused on your assessment of Biz and how he was used (or not used) here.
  9. Carolina Panthers OTA Notes and Photos

    Really happy that Lucas is getting another shot. All he really needed was more bulk and blocking technique, as he is already a skilled receiver with soft hands. If he put on 15 pounds he should at least be 240 now. Good stuff. I really hope he sticks.
  10. I love the ellipsis in his tweet...
  11. "Mucas" is back!

    I was surprised we cut Lucas last year too. I was even more surprised he was not added to the PS. Glad to have him back. If he has worked on his blocking technique, what's not to like?
  12. One Man's Trash Is Another Man's Treasure

    Letting Biz go for nothing was one of the worst decision's in franchise history for 3 main reasons. He had an elite skill: Shot-blocking He is very strong, has good hops, and has elite length (7'9" wingspan), making him our best post defender. We did not have a plan to replace him and what he brought the team defensively. To add to all of that...he is still young at 23 years of age. Ouch.
  13. One Man's Trash Is Another Man's Treasure

    This all day long...and forever. He is young, strong, and Whiteside wouldn't have been able to push him around. When people talk about his offense...I recall a stretch when he was starting (Al was injured) where we scored nearly 10 more points per game with Biz as the starting C. He is a solid dunk finisher at the rim (although that's about it), but it is his defensive presence that often led to more offensive chances for us. I never understood how people (including MJ and Cho, maybe Clifford) couldn't understand this.
  14. New Saints LB Nate Stupar Throws Shade At Falcons Fans

    I first learned about shade while watching "Highly Questionable." LeBatard was commenting on Aaron Rodgers and why he lost the previous night. I'm paraphrasing, but he said something like, "Rodgers completed less than 45% of his passes last night. In the NFL, it's going to be hard to win a game if you complete less than 45% of your passes...I mean...Cam's been doing it all season...but typically it is going to be hard to win..." Then Bomani said, in low volume, "That's some first class shade right there..." Although Cam was the target of the "shade," that poo was hilarious.