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SuperJTheGreat

Noah and PJ to have limited roles.

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PJ is the least viable SG on the roster and I'm a huge PJ homer.

that would be hendo

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Fine with time...and I know Clifford will assess correctly.

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that would be hendo

 

Even with my hate for Hendo he isn't less skilled than Neal.

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PJ is the least viable SG on the roster and I'm a huge PJ homer.

 

Way too early to make a statement like that. Wont know for sure until mid season and that is with PJ getting enough consistent minutes to make a proper evaluation. 

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fine with me, let them develop. we have plenty of pieces at their respective positions 

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Way too early to make a statement like that. Wont know for sure until mid season and that is with PJ getting enough consistent minutes to make a proper evaluation. 

 

Wait, wait, wait...

 

I thought with your self-proclaimed superior player evaluation/scouting abilities, that it was a FACT that PJ was going to be our starting SG....?  Could it be that our coach, who is paid millions of dollars to make decisions like that, could possibly know more than you?  I hope PJ works out for us.  But I can't fault Clifford at all for limiting his role this season.

 

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Wait, wait, wait...

 

I thought with your self-proclaimed superior player evaluation/scouting abilities, that it was a FACT that PJ was going to be our starting SG....?  Could it be that our coach, who is paid millions of dollars to make decisions like that, could possibly know more than you?  I hope PJ works out for us.  But I can't fault Clifford at all for limiting his role this season.

 

 

I said he should be by mid season if the coaches care about balancing our starting lineup. 

 

But we all know coaches do not play the better player and/or players that balance the starting lineup. I know first hand as a UNC fan. 

 

It is a FACT PJ is a much better deep shooter than Hendo. 

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I said he should be by mid season if the coaches care about balancing our starting lineup. 

 

But we all know coaches do not play the better player and/or players that balance the starting lineup. I know first hand as a UNC fan. 

 

It is a FACT PJ is a much better deep shooter than Hendo. 

 

Hollis Thompson is a much better deep shooter than Hendo.  Does that mean he should start over him if he were a Hornet?

 

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Hollis Thompson is a much better deep shooter than Hendo.  Does that mean he should start over him if he were a Hornet?

 

 

Thompson is a 6ppg career scorer. 

 

So no. 

 

PJ will get you 15-22 ppg if given starter minutes while being a threat from downtown. 

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