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teeray

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#3357003 Fox Sports not to optimistic about Panthers chances this season

Posted by teeray on Yesterday, 08:42 PM

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#3356996 Hornets Starting A D-League Team

Posted by teeray on Yesterday, 08:34 PM

Yeah, i mentioned it in my post earlier in the thread... i was actually a ball boy for them. IIRC, they were among league leaders in attendance every year. They had a LOT of famous/legit NBA players that came through there too... but, like i said in that previous post, im surprised the nba keeps expanding the dleague teams because from first hand experience, i have no idea how they make money, or even break even for that matter, no matter how successful they are.


Somehow I missed your post. Doh!! Cool, I thought I remembered them having one. Cool that u were a ball boy.


#3356843 Hornets Starting A D-League Team

Posted by teeray on Yesterday, 06:35 PM

It should be Asheville or Charleston. Charleston is actually ideal: a growing city with lots of 20-somethings, who, sorry Asheville, like social life that extends beyond breweries and book stores (though I admit I enjoy both). They'd draw well there.

Raleigh would be bad because it'd compete with State and the Hurricanes. Fayetteville, Greenville and others? Thanks for playing, but an emphatic no.

True, but a D-League team is not going to make poo off of ticket sales no matter where they put it.

They would make more money in long run growing their market and growing their presence in the Raleigh market than worrying about ticket sales.

We have more competition, but we have more people and more diversity than Asheville and Charleston.

Actually Triad area makes a lot of sense too. So I vote Raleigh or Greensboro


#3356631 Jonathan Stewart about to have a 1,500 yard season

Posted by teeray on Yesterday, 02:54 PM

That will be a lot in the 8 games before he gets injured.




#3356150 Freddie Gray's death ruled a homicide; 6 officers charged

Posted by teeray on Yesterday, 10:10 AM

Sickening. Police Bill of Rights protects these people from really being investigated leading to them acting with essentially immunity from real punishment. Thank goodness this State Attorney is actually trying to finally hold the police accountable for their actions.

http://www.cnn.com/v...police-sued.cnn


#3355317 MVP wearing the jersey of an upcoming MVP

Posted by teeray on 04 May 2015 - 06:11 PM

I would pay an additional city tax for an outlandish contract in addition to giving him citywide free food and a high end condo, if it meant he would come home and play for the Hornets.


#3355297 I would like to ask for the Huddles help.

Posted by teeray on 04 May 2015 - 05:54 PM

Will do. Sorry to hear about that :(


#3354983 Freddie Gray's death ruled a homicide; 6 officers charged

Posted by teeray on 04 May 2015 - 02:51 PM

I guess I figured people would be more outraged over the 18 year old kid who broke some car windshields got a $500,000 dollar bail set but the cops who murdered a man got @$300,000 a glaring example how the justice system works for some people differently for others (in this case police v civilians).

Or the police department leaking a bullshit story to the press that Freddie Gray may had severed his own spinal cord, used an anonymous source that went public and said they twisted his words and now is fearful for his life, and then sent anonymous cops to talk to media to try and sell the BS story.

Or simply the fact that the police committed homicide.

But no no, let's be angry at the State Attorney for trying to hold them accountable for their murder and then trying to cover it up.


#3354951 Freddie Gray's death ruled a homicide; 6 officers charged

Posted by teeray on 04 May 2015 - 02:39 PM

Certain people insist we talk about City Hall and the State's Attorney instead of the important national conversation we should be having that is the real problem

Predictable.


#3354490 Cam needs to step up this year

Posted by teeray on 04 May 2015 - 10:50 AM

Guy takes a 2-14 team and wins 2 NFCS championships in 4 years by the time he was 24 while breaking several QB records and he "has to prove something"

You guys are laughable


#3354061 MedellinHeel needs to step up this year

Posted by teeray on 04 May 2015 - 05:57 AM

Peyton didn't even really hit his stride until 6th season. Which is typical of most QBs.

That is why we should just be patient and not expect Cam to carry the load at this point.


#3354034 Cam needs to step up this year

Posted by teeray on 04 May 2015 - 05:03 AM

And lol at the idiots who think Cam should be on Peyton Manning, Drew Brees, Tom Brady level at this stage in his career.

Those guys were not even on the Peyton Manning, Dree Brees, Tom Brady level when they were 24 years old.

How about just letting Cam develop and putting right pieces in place around him so he doesn't have to try and carry the offense?


#3354032 Cam needs to step up this year

Posted by teeray on 04 May 2015 - 04:57 AM

So his play is of elite status? Basically doesnt need to improve much?

Smh

Is that is what I said?

Luke Kuechly can improve too. And Star. And Kelvin Benjamin. Philly Brown.


Basically everybody on the team can improve.

Cam has improved and I believe will continue to improve


#3353694 Mike Shula

Posted by teeray on 03 May 2015 - 08:27 PM

He does get too much poo. He isn't as bad as people act like he is, but he isn't that great either


#3353215 Avengers: Age of Ultron Review

Posted by teeray on 03 May 2015 - 03:50 PM

Shame they aren't doing a Planet Hulk movie which would be why Hulk goes missing.

They kind of tease it at the end of Age of Ultron by having him in space at the end. Difference is he did it to himself instead of being tricked by Stark and Illuminati.

Personally I would rather see Planet Hulk than a Dr Strange movie, but they probably want to keep Hulk as he is until after Infinity War. If they go into a phase 4 I could see them possibly trying to do Planet Hulk and MAYBE Wold War Hulk. That would be awesome IMO