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#106 RoaringRiot

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Posted 01 February 2014 - 12:36 AM

Whatever dude?? Typical UNC stupidity.


What does this even mean? Do you even know how stupid you sound?

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Posted 01 February 2014 - 01:02 AM

What did I say that was false? You're just making poo up at this point.


"Freshman are not expected to contribute at Chapel Hill"

Did you not say this stupid lie to defend the fact PJ was trapped on the bench his freshman year?

After which I brought up the fact that more then a few Freshman in the Roy Williams array have been contributors.

Then you started having amnesia for some strange reason.

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Posted 01 February 2014 - 01:04 AM

What does this even mean? Do you even know how stupid you sound?


Now reading is a problem for you.

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Posted 01 February 2014 - 01:20 AM

"Freshman are not expected to contribute at Chapel Hill"

Did you not say this stupid lie to defend the fact PJ was trapped on the bench his freshman year?

After which I brought up the fact that more then a few Freshman in the Roy Williams array have been contributors.

Then you started having amnesia for some strange reason.


You do realize that you pointed out 5 put of a poo ton of freshmen, right? And one of your 5 was wrong. And I did remind you Strickland was an upperclassman and a 3 year starter. The fact that you think you're making sense blows my mind. You're a complete moron. Period.

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Posted 01 February 2014 - 01:21 AM

Now reading is a problem for you.


I'm out. I'm not one to bash on a message board but you're an idiot.

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Posted 01 February 2014 - 01:28 AM

I dont think you guys even know why you're arguing anymore.
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This is correct....for 50% of of for sure.

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Posted 01 February 2014 - 01:57 AM

You do realize that you pointed out 5 put of a poo ton of freshmen, right? And one of your 5 was wrong. And I did remind you Strickland was an upperclassman and a 3 year starter. The fact that you think you're making sense blows my mind. You're a complete moron. Period.

 

 

Dude I just named 5 because I didn't think I had to name anymore to make your statement false.

 

But to make you look worse here we go.

 

JMM  being a freshman on the same team was a contributor.

 

Marcus Pagie as a Freshman.

 

Kendall Marshall earned playing time as a freshman

 

Ed Davis earned playing time as a Freshman

 

Do I need to keep going with this??



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Posted 01 February 2014 - 07:03 AM

Dude I just named 5 because I didn't think I had to name anymore to make your statement false.

But to make you look worse here we go.

JMM being a freshman on the same team was a contributor.

Marcus Pagie as a Freshman.

Kendall Marshall earned playing time as a freshman

Ed Davis earned playing time as a Freshman

Do I need to keep going with this??


I honestly have never seen someone think they're making a point when they're actually as wrong as you are in all of these points. Plus, you dodge the question of how this matters and means anything to the OP every time. It's like talking to a high school kid.

JMM played the same amount of minutes PJ did. Bad example.

Kendall played the same minutes PJ did. Bad example.

Marcus started because Kendall left after his second year so he had to start. Bad example.

Ed Davis came off the bench and played a few more minutes than PJ. Bad example.

The funny part is you actually think you're making a point but you're not. None of those people played THAT many more minutes as freshmen than PJ did. The minutes were all comparable and their roles were too.

Until you can tell me what relevance this has in determining who would be better for the Hornets then you should probably pack it up because you're just looking like a ABCer in full effect.

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Posted 01 February 2014 - 08:11 AM

Exactly but you can't sit here and ignore the fact his coaches didn't trust him or he wasn't ready to contribute his freshman year or both. And the fact Hood was.

 

 

Not too many freshmen go to Chapel Hill and are expected to be key contributors. I'm sure it's a completely different story for a star recruit at Mississippi State.  It has nothing to do with trust from the coaches.  It has everything to do with talent on the teams.  The Heels were one Kendall Marshall injury away from being in the Final Four when PJ was a freshman.  

 

The point you're trying to make is way off.....

 

 

I honestly have never seen someone think they're making a point when they're actually as wrong as you are in all of these points. Plus, you dodge the question of how this matters and means anything to the OP every time. It's like talking to a high school kid.

JMM played the same amount of minutes PJ did. Bad example.

Kendall played the same minutes PJ did. Bad example.

Marcus started because Kendall left after his second year so he had to start. Bad example.

Ed Davis came off the bench and played a few more minutes than PJ. Bad example.

The funny part is you actually think you're making a point but you're not. None of those people played THAT many more minutes as freshmen than PJ did. The minutes were all comparable and their roles were too.

Until you can tell me what relevance this has in determining who would be better for the Hornets then you should probably pack it up because you're just looking like a ABCer in full effect.

 

 

Do you not see the flow of this conversation now???

 

1. You said not to many Freshmen come to UNC and are expected to contribute. 

 

I've already name 10.

 

2. You said PJ didn't play much or contribute because the talent on the team that year.

 

I said Dexter Strickland, and Lesile Mcdonald were in front of him on the depth chart. Neither are any where near as talented as him. So you would be wrong AGAIN!!



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Posted 01 February 2014 - 08:18 AM

Do you not see the flow of this conversation now???

1. You said not to many Freshmen come to UNC and are expected to contribute.

I've already name 10.

2. You said PJ didn't play much or contribute because the talent on the team that year.

I said Dexter Strickland, and Lesile Mcdonald were in front of him on the depth chart. Neither are any where near as talented as him. So you would be wrong AGAIN!!


No you haven't. You have named one or two who contributed more than PJ. The others played the same role. Seriously ....you're not making your point. You're just make yourself more wrong every time you post.

Way to avoid the relevance question for the 10th time. Continue on with your trolling on PJ and the Heels.

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Posted 01 February 2014 - 08:29 AM

I have been critical of PJ because of his at times terrible defense.

But one thing about him is he has improved every year. He was 10x better his sophomore year than his freshman year, and if you take Roy at his word about PJ in practice or seen his stats so far in the NBADL it seems he has lifted his game again.

That is a good sign and shows how much he is willing to work on his game.

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Posted 01 February 2014 - 11:32 AM

You have to take D league stats with a grain of salt. There isn't a lot of defense being played, 12 of the 14 teams playing last night scored over 100 points. Five teams scored over 115 points and Terrence Williams dropped 50 points on some team.

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Posted 01 February 2014 - 03:44 PM

You have to take D league stats with a grain of salt. There isn't a lot of defense being played, 12 of the 14 teams playing last night scored over 100 points. Five teams scored over 115 points and Terrence Williams dropped 50 points on some team.


I agree. But Roy said he was dominating in practice too. He may have been protecting PJ in case he couldn't come back, but that is why I included Roy's comments.

Point being he seems to improve every year. At least to this point

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Posted 01 February 2014 - 04:22 PM

Hood...and it is not close in my eyes. I think Hood has the better offensive game and the better defensive game. Hood also doesn't have the question of character that will follow Hairston.

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Posted 01 February 2014 - 07:05 PM

No you haven't. You have named one or two who contributed more than PJ. The others played the same role. Seriously ....you're not making your point. You're just make yourself more wrong every time you post.

Way to avoid the relevance question for the 10th time. Continue on with your trolling on PJ and the Heels.

 

 

Dude you're full of it. But let's go down the list again.

 

1. Hansbro = Not even a question

 

2. Marvin Williams = not even a question

 

3. JMM = scored more points and was more of a contributor 

 

4. Harris Barnes = started as a freshman

 

5. John Henson = started as a freshman.

 

6. Brandon Wright = started as a freshmen

 

7. Wayne Ellington = started as a freshman 

 

8. Ty Lawson = started as a Freshman

 

9. Kendall Marshall = was a contributor and became a starter his freshman year

 

10. Marcus Paige = Had to come in and be a starter his freshman year.

 

 

10 players making this statement wrong

 

Not too many freshmen go to Chapel Hill and are expected to be key contributors.

 




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