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Game 37: Charlotte Bobcats (15-21) @ Minnesota Timberwolves (17-18)


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#13 Rise of The Hive

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Posted 10 January 2014 - 11:52 PM

Big Al is in a slump.

 

If we lose to the Bulls tomorrow and the Knicks and Detroit win then we will fall into a tie for 9th in the East. Also Cleveland seems to be heading our way full speed ahead.



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Posted 11 January 2014 - 01:08 PM

I watched the game unfold right before my eyes, I don't you need to tell me what the box score says when I have watched the entire game.

 

We were down 28-29 at the end of one and them Clifford started the second quarter with all subs except CDR and Minnesota got out to a quick 15 point lead. 

 

Once they got up 15, the game was over.

Your evaluation of talent is terrible. You need that insight from him if you think our bench is the problem lmao. Come on bro you've been dragging this out to long.



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Posted 11 January 2014 - 02:29 PM

Your evaluation of talent is terrible. You need that insight from him if you think our bench is the problem lmao. Come on bro you've been dragging this out to long.

 

Don't talk to me about talent evaluation when you still think that getting a superstar guarantees you a championship...

 

Kyir Irving and the Cavs say hi...

 

 And while we need some upgrades to our starting line-up...

 

a bench of Sessions, CDR, Tolliver, Zeller, and Biyombo isn't going to cut it.



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Posted 11 January 2014 - 08:03 PM

Don't talk to me about talent evaluation when you still think that getting a superstar guarantees you a championship...

 

Kyir Irving and the Cavs say hi...

 

 And while we need some upgrades to our starting line-up...

 

a bench of Sessions, CDR, Tolliver, Zeller, and Biyombo isn't going to cut it.

 

Some upgrades????? Kemba's ok as a starter if you put him on a team like Miami, other then that he needs to be coming off the bench for scoring. Henderson is horrible as a starter.... MKG is a glue guy, but glue guys need big time players around them. McRoberts shouldn't be anything more then the 4th guy off a bench and he's starting. Jefferson is meh defensively and needs big time players around him to make him even slightly worth a fraction of his contract. There isn't a single player on the Bobcats starting lineup that would start for most teams. MKG and Jefferson are the only starting caliber players on the team. MKG doesn't have a reliable jumper and Jefferson is hot garbage defensively. Even the two starting caliber players could easily be upgraded in the next draft. That's how horrible this team is. 



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Posted 11 January 2014 - 08:15 PM

Some upgrades????? Kemba's ok as a starter if you put him on a team like Miami, other then that he needs to be coming off the bench for scoring. Henderson is horrible as a starter.... MKG is a glue guy, but glue guys need big time players around them. McRoberts shouldn't be anything more then the 4th guy off a bench and he's starting. Jefferson is meh defensively and needs big time players around him to make him even slightly worth a fraction of his contract. There isn't a single player on the Bobcats starting lineup that would start for most teams. MKG and Jefferson are the only starting caliber players on the team. MKG doesn't have a reliable jumper and Jefferson is hot garbage defensively. Even the two starting caliber players could easily be upgraded in the next draft. That's how horrible this team is. 

 

Kemba would start for over half of the teams in the league... and Al Jefferson would easily start for at least 3/4th's of the teams in the league...

 

And before MKG went out our defense was ranked second... during that time frame no one was talking about Big Al's defense... don't try to bring it up now.

 

Henderson is not a horrible starter by any means. He would obviously be better suited as a sixth man but he isn't an awful starter.

 

MKG is currently a glue-guy, but he also has a ton of upside; he needs time to grow.

 

Finally, if we're so horrible then how do we have a better record than teams who have much better players than us (Brooklyn, New York, Detroit, Sacramento, etc...)?



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Posted 11 January 2014 - 09:00 PM

Kemba would start for over half of the teams in the league... and Al Jefferson would easily start for at least 3/4th's of the teams in the league...

 

And before MKG went out our defense was ranked second... during that time frame no one was talking about Big Al's defense... don't try to bring it up now.

 

Henderson is not a horrible starter by any means. He would obviously be better suited as a sixth man but he isn't an awful starter.

 

MKG is currently a glue-guy, but he also has a ton of upside; he needs time to grow.

 

Finally, if we're so horrible then how do we have a better record than teams who have much better players than us (Brooklyn, New York, Detroit, Sacramento, etc...)?

 

 

MKG has a ton of upside, Kemba is best served as a off the bench scoring guard. He's just not good enough as a playmaker to start imo. Henderson screams 6th man and is a below average starter. Jefferson wouldn't start for most teams because most teams want Defense and rebounding out of the 5 spot. There's a reason only a few teams looked at him when he was a FA. There's a reason that most in the NBA laughed at how much the Cats paid him. He's overpaid and can't play defense. I've been on his defense all season, MKG just covered it up some. Doesn't change the fact that he was still horrible at defense and I still mentioned it. 

 

Brooklyn started out slow, they'll have a much better record then the cats. Same story with the other NY team as well. Detroit's tanking so they don't have to give Charlotte their draft pick. Sacramento is young and will probably end up with a better record as well. 



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Posted 11 January 2014 - 11:08 PM



Don't talk to me about talent evaluation when you still think that getting a superstar guarantees you a championship...

 

Kyir Irving and the Cavs say hi...

 

 And while we need some upgrades to our starting line-up...

 

a bench of Sessions, CDR, Tolliver, Zeller, and Biyombo isn't going to cut it.

 

Doug Collins says there are no franchise changers in the draft this year, I used to like him..