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#2856611 TJ Warren

Posted by Stone on 18 July 2014 - 09:48 AM

He needs to fit into the right system to be most effective. If you play him at the 3 on the wing, he isn't going to get a lot of points and will get abused on defense.

Play him as an undersized 4 and you have something in the right matchup. Within 15 feet, the guy just scores and in bunches.

He will NOT get abused on D. Kid is a gamer. He is way more athletic than people think. Don't confuse being exceptionally fluid with not being athletic enough to play D. That kid is major talented.

#2830438 Hornets to reveal new Uniforms this week.

Posted by Stone on 25 June 2014 - 07:46 PM

Was at TWC for a meeting this morning and saw the need floor. It is freaking bad ass.

#2679168 Ideal Starting Lineup?

Posted by Stone on 08 March 2014 - 11:19 AM

CDR has been a great find. Being 3 deep with CDR, Hendo, Neal is nice but having 3 players about the same at the same spot is a loser. Not enough minutes to spread it around. I think I would start CDR currently, Neal is close, Hendo has never been high on my list. Wouldn't mind him being odd man out.

#2393730 Notes and Memos - Giants

Posted by Stone on 22 September 2013 - 03:12 PM

Dear Remax Agent,
Please extend my lease 2 more weeks.
Ron Rivera

#2275824 Police arrest man for filming raid, then shoot his dog in front of him (NSFW)

Posted by Stone on 02 July 2013 - 08:13 PM

The officer is well within his right to dispatch the dog. The dog was acting aggressive and in a manner that the officer should feel like he was in jeopardy of bodily harm to himself and the other officers. When the dog lunged at the officer, said officer was simply acting in the best interest of the other officers and potentially the owners safety. The man being detained should have taken himself and his pet out of the situation before it came to him being detained. No one to blame but the owner for putting himself and his pet in the situation to begin with.

People need to realize that the situation is very fluid and tensions/stress are at a very high level and self preservation is the number one goal for all parties involved. For every case like this that a pet is dispatched their are 100 in which the pet is not and lives to see another day.

Be thankful there are officers who do protect and serve and that is why we as citizens are living in a relatively safe environment every day. It is very easy to watch this and say you would not do anything with the dog when you were not there. Just like all of us here are human, cops also make bad decisions. Try giving the guy some grace since he is willing to be in dangerous situations every day and you are not.

One last thing, all of this could have been avoided should the dog owner have used his brain and not put himself into the situation to begin with.