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Just tuned in...

McRoberts loafs around under the goal flat-footed & gives up an offensive rebound, rolls to the opposite baseline in time to foul Gasol, then comes back the other way & jacks up a brick from 3.

PUT ZELLER IN THE GAME YOU BALD OAF

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Seems like we're better without Kemba...

Just stop now!!

A week ago we lost to the Knicks.

We are not a better team without our 2nd best scorer and floor leader.

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Just stop now!!

A week ago we lost to the Knicks.

We are not a better team without our 2nd best scorer and floor leader.

 

I'm not trying to bash you but you really need to work on strengthening your arguments...

 

You also failed to mention that Carmelo Anthony went for 62 while shooting 66% from the field (that is unheard of).

 

You also failed to mention that a few weeks before we lost to the Knicks, the Knicks also beat the Heat.

 

I'm not saying that the Knicks are good, but they have a superstar in Carmelo Anthony and some solid talent around him. It seems like a coaching issue along with a character issue regarding some of the players, not a talent issue.

 

As far as the Cats being better without Kemba... at times we are better without Kemba. Sessions doesn't take near as many shots as Walker meaning that Al (who shoots 73% at the rim) can go to work down low without having to watch Kemba go 3-17 and taking touches away from him (Jefferson).

 

There's pro's and con's to Kemba's game (and personally I think we are better with him), but don't bash the man for his opinion without actual facts.

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WOW!!    2,571

I'm not trying to bash you but you really need to work on strengthening your arguments...

 

You also failed to mention that Carmelo Anthony went for 62 while shooting 66% from the field (that is unheard of).

 

You also failed to mention that a few weeks before we lost to the Knicks, the Knicks also beat the Heat.

 

I'm not saying that the Knicks are good, but they have a superstar in Carmelo Anthony and some solid talent around him. It seems like a coaching issue along with a character issue regarding some of the players, not a talent issue.

 

As far as the Cats being better without Kemba... at times we are better without Kemba. Sessions doesn't take near as many shots as Walker meaning that Al (who shoots 73% at the rim) can go to work down low without having to watch Kemba go 3-17 and taking touches away from him (Jefferson).

 

There's pro's and con's to Kemba's game (and personally I think we are better with him), but don't bash the man for his opinion without actual facts.

 

 

I'm sorry i didn't make it clear for you but I was pointing to more of the fact that this statement was made after the 2 game winning streak after Kemba was hurt. Then we lost 2 in a row and no comment.

 

Is this going to be the new thing?? We win a few without Kemba and the haters come out. Then we lose a few and they are no where to be found.

 

Also I would like to point out that while Kemba may take more shots then Session he also demands more attention which helps other around him.  And Al's effectiveness now has nothing to do with Kemba being out. He is healthy (ankle injury) and is in NBA shape which he wasn't most of the season with Kemba .

 

Kemba is also a better defender then Session. He gets us at least 5 easy basket a night on fast breaks more then Session. 

 

So Again we are not a better team without Kemba. I said nothing wrong here.

 

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Only thing I have a problem with is your argument suggesting that Al Jefferson is fully 100% healthy...

 

So did his ankle magically heal up to 100% in two weeks while playing more minutes then he has all season or his becoming more efficient because he is averaging a whole six more shots per game since Kemba has been out and now making those shots at a consistent rate.

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