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#3143624 Hornets expected to KEEP Stephenson

Posted by teeray on 20 December 2014 - 03:49 PM

Kemba is not Lebron James therefore we should get rid of him

How many greats did Kobe attract this last offseason?


#3143125 GDT: Hornets @ Sixers

Posted by teeray on 19 December 2014 - 09:33 PM

Our fans complain about Kemba and Al waaay too much


#3142878 When it comes to coaching...

Posted by teeray on 19 December 2014 - 05:08 PM

Coaching caused all those drops


#3141840 Stephenson likely out next two games

Posted by teeray on 18 December 2014 - 01:07 PM

Pelvic strain

Sounds like a similar condition I get when I watch "Embrace of a Vampire" starring Alyssa Milano


#3141561 The Nightmare Scenario

Posted by teeray on 18 December 2014 - 10:21 AM

I would be fine.  I just don't root for people's failures. 

 

 

 

 




#3141547 Caption this Pic

Posted by teeray on 18 December 2014 - 10:14 AM

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This is how us fans feel after every late game collapse that feels like a kick in the balls




#3141511 Celtics fan proposes three way trade involving Hornets that is intriguing

Posted by teeray on 18 December 2014 - 09:53 AM

BTW I am just giving pie for opinions even if I don't agree with them.  Fug it.  Pie party!!!




#3141492 Stephenson Drawing Interest From Brooklyn Among Others

Posted by teeray on 18 December 2014 - 09:33 AM

I was going to post it last night, but I was too depressed to hit "add reply." But, with all of the talk about how bad we want to get rid of him, I have a feeling that we're stuck with him either until the all-star break or until next offseason.

I had hope that we could work something out with the Nets for Lopez or jj because no one else wants those contracts, so it's kind of a fair deal for both sides. If that doesn't work, we're most likely stuck with him. Either way, I'm not holding my breath that something happens soon. I think we're stuck with him...

 

That isn't the worst thing in the world.  Lance is not really the problem.  He just is not a great fit, and he has played better as of late.  But he shouldn't be the guy everyone points at and blames. 

 

I watch these games and I still believe these guys can adjust and figure it out together if it comes to that.  The question is can coach Clifford adjust to make it work if it comes to that?

 

We can't try to be a half court grind it out team if this roster stays as is.  We have to get out and run and try to score before defense gets set (even on makes), kinda like the Celtics are trying to do. 

 

 

ETA:  If I could fire Clifford and hire George Karl right now I would do it.  His style fits our current personnel better than Clifford's




#3141449 Stephenson Drawing Interest From Brooklyn Among Others

Posted by teeray on 18 December 2014 - 08:58 AM

Tim Duncan takes a lot of jumpshots/bank shots.

 

So what?  The whole deal is the rate you put the ball in the basket versus how many times you shoot it.

 

50% is a good percentage for a volume shooter no matter where you are on the floor.  If you can score 20 ppg and shoot 50% from the floor you are doing work.

 

Big Al is a post player you can run your offense through, but the other pieces don't fit.  SO you can blame Al or blame the pieces.

 

I for one love post players that can score, and do so efficiently.  To me 50% is efficient. 

 

He is a guy I can build around (on offense anyway) 

 

 




#3141184 GDT: Suns vs Bobcats

Posted by teeray on 17 December 2014 - 09:57 PM

Last little rant

 

Big Al is our best offensive player.  The last 4 minutes we should be wearing his ass out with isolations on or near the block.

 

He will make some, he will miss some.  Some games he will win it for us, some games he will lose it for us.  But in close games the offense needs to have a HEAVY dose of Big Al.

 

If we need a last second shot, then let Kemba do his thing.  But in general, in close games, late in the game the ball needs to at some point go through Al and work from there.




#3140755 Wednesday Cam Update: He Throws.

Posted by teeray on 17 December 2014 - 05:39 PM

I want him to play if the doctors say he can play, I don't want him to play if the doctors say he can't.

Screw all the "well save him for..."

There are only two games left. If he can play, play him. If he can't dont.


#3140713 Marty Hurney on Cam Newton

Posted by teeray on 17 December 2014 - 04:41 PM

I don't know nearly as much as some of you guys, but I will say that I never see Cam get plowed like he does in the pocket when hes running. Sure he gets HIT but it doesn't look nearly as bad as some of those sacks he takes.

Also for reference see Cutler get sacked on Monday's game. Just damn.

Logan was talking about when QBS scrambled they absorb what I think he referred to as an angled tackle, where they are usually falling away from the defender and absorb the hit.

Think of it like a boxer who might take a hit but is moving his head away from the punch because he sees it. It usually doesn't do much damage. The knock out punches are usually the hits he doesn't see and his head isn't moving or his head is moving into the punch.

He said in the pocket they are stationary and when they get hit their body takes more damage because the QB is stationary, whereas on a scramble he is usually moving away from the tackle.


#3140708 Manziel early riser for Browns

Posted by teeray on 17 December 2014 - 04:34 PM

Based on Norman's comment it sounds as if they are taking him lightly.


That is exactly who I was thinking about lol


#3140498 Johnny Manziel....

Posted by teeray on 17 December 2014 - 02:07 PM

We better take him seriously or else we are going to look stupid


#3140495 Manziel early riser for Browns

Posted by teeray on 17 December 2014 - 02:06 PM

I have only watched first half of that game, but Browns also had some drops and one of his picks came off a tipped pass that should have been caught.

I expect him to play better this Sunday so I hope we are taking him seriously
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