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18 hours ago, TSLA said:

We got very lucky with Ball. His shot is so ugly and weird but he’s hitting it. I’m very happy with the kid so far. Wiseman just look like a mammoth on the court. I knew he was big but didn’t think he was that big. So far, Ball has looked the best out of any rookies. 

As long as it is effective.  There have been worse looking shot.  Google Jamal Wilks

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2 hours ago, rippadonn said:

Now, if only coach Borrego would show some love and start the rookie. He's earned it.

 

The coach is full of poo. There’s nothing he can do to “earn” it. He cut his fuging minutes right after he became the youngest player in history to record a triple double.

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10 minutes ago, WUnderhill said:

The coach is full of poo. There’s nothing he can do to “earn” it. He cut his fuging minutes right after he became the youngest player in history to record a triple double.

Sure seems like that is just what JB did...and we haven’t won a game since

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3 hours ago, DaveThePanther2008 said:

As long as it is effective.  There have been worse looking shot.  Google Jamal Wilks

Wilkes lost his job to James worthy pretty quickly when worthy was drafted...never heard from him again

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3 minutes ago, Scott12345 said:

Wilkes lost his job to James worthy pretty quickly when worthy was drafted...never heard from him again

Wrong!!!

Jamaal Wilks played on the same team with Worthy from the 82-83 season through the 84-85 season and was the primary starter for the Lakers until the final season together.  He played one more season with the Clippers.

Wilks    82-83 19.7 ppg and 83-84 17.3 ppg

Worthy 82-83 13.4ppg and 83-84 14.5 ppg

Worthy only out started him the final year in LA.

Played 12 seasons in the NBA.   Hardly an outcast.

He had a career average of 17.7 points per game. 

Do some research before you open your spout.  Makes you look uninformed.

Go and watch some film on his shooting style.  Very odd

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