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Clippers Agree To Two Year Deal With B.J. Mullens

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people on espn talking about how this is a great signing and how is he is going to be the missing piece lol.    One guy couldn't understand why we let one of our best players walk.

Sup my guy from BobcatsPlanet?

 

Yeah ESPN is pretty much garbage, all they talk about is Lebron Heat or Kobe Lakers or Dwight Howard, everybody else doesn't matter.

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When mullens is hitting his shots he is a very useful player, unfortunately that only happens once every 8 games or so.

 

If they use him correctly (aka bench him immediately if he misses a couple shots), he will be a solid bench guy

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Mullens would be an above avg guy in the league if he had a coach that kicked his ass.

His love of three point shooting and general "who gives a sheite were losing anyhow" shot selection just hinders his development.

I think we will see him become productive to a quality bench guy with Rivers coaching and Chris Paul.

Mullens just needs a reality check on what and who he is...just needs a team and coach to define it for him.

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Sup my guy from BobcatsPlanet?

 

Yeah ESPN is pretty much garbage, all they talk about is Lebron Heat or Kobe Lakers or Dwight Howard, everybody else doesn't matter.

yep im Dcawfan.  This wasn't the people on espn, this was the people commenting.

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I'm really worried he's going to be really good out there.  Combined with the fact he signed a cheap deal and we gave up a 2nd for nothing..... 

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Lob City just got another high flyer.

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He actually could become a good role player. But dear sweet jesus he's so bad on defense.

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