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Well, since you're making grand claims...
Oh, you misused 2, as it doesn't replace the word too...although i think your a college professor somewhere or beat writer,but really dude. you may have been the same person to correct others on how grammer correction isn't an focus of this forum and wasn't the place for it(in reference to past posts towards davs7). contradiction at its finest.its all in fun ,no reason for that lol?plus i claimed expertise in basketball and football.
I agree that it was premature to think Taylor could exactly replace Hendo, but I think its way too soon to make a declaration on him. I don't know where you get that he wasn't a confident player at Vandy all four years. He seemed confident enough to earn a first team All-SEC award and be the second leading scorer in the entire conference. He can shoot and defend, and fly, so if he can be an athletic Raja Bell or higher kicking Bruce Bowen, thats great enough for me as a second round pick. No need to be down on him.he's a great 2nd round pick but everyone handed him the keys and didn't know anything about taylor. taylor disappeared alot in college, he's only a knock down shooter and really shouldn't be playing at sg because of his lack of creativity for himself or others. he made all sec ? look at his senior schedule http://www.vucommodores.com/sports/m...kbl-sched.html,is that not like the weakest college sched ever? anyway college accolades don't mean anything especially when a player can win the heisman and still get drafted outside of the 1st and 2nd round.its all about being nba ready(not literally) or potential and he's neither . ok role player at best, or starter for an playoff team in a defender or spot-up role.
Wait, I thought you were ahead of the curve and everyone else was so off about the Bobcats, but you still think Sessions is a better player?
So 14.4 points, 3.8 assists, 2.8 rebounds on 40% FG and 30% 3FG is better than 17.6 points, 5.7 assists, 3.4 rebounds on 43% FG and 32% 3FG?
And consistent is not a word used with Sessions, but more so with Kemba, as Sessions has had more up and down months, and only averages 10.6 points, 3.2 assists, and 1.8 rebounds on 38% FG and 27% in his last 10 games, while Kemba has been getting better while averaging 20.4 points, 6.1 assists, 3.7 rebounds, 2.2 steals on 44% FG in his last 10. Care to reevaluate and admit you were wrong then and now about Kemba and Sessions?U tried to pull a slick one lol. ur comparing kemba's last ten games to sessions last ten games?...i know you want to win this debate but that was super reach for the simple fact kemba is still playing and sessions is not, thats like talking about someone and they can't defend themselves. i could state season stats but again, kemba is still playing ,so im going to simplify the debate by stating the last month they played together,march.
kemba stats 32.8 17pts on 430%fg & 420 3pt%-3.2 rebs-4.6ast-1.9stls-2.3 to's
sessions stats 28.5 14pts on 408% fg & 421 3pt%-2.6 rebs-3.8ast- 0.7stls-1.9 to's
sessions played almost 5 minutes less then kemba and their stats are somewhat the same except steals. so hypothetically if sessions had to play an extra 5 min which is almost half an quarter, you wouldn't think his numbers would be almost identical or slightly better?alot can happen in 5 mins. dunlap also trusted sessions alot more in the 4th qt , with kemba missing action plenty of times, why? because sessions is more reliable and more court savy. now this may trump the whole debate ,and this isn't an stat(in a way) but kemba is like the worst defending guard in the lg. kemba been burnt multiple times by avg/good guards: 2/20 calderon and bynum killed him(hendo rotating kept leaving b-knight open),3/12 avery bradley and jordan crawford(watched that game) killed him and avery is all-defense, thats like tony allen going off on hendo, 3/29 rayman felton(watched that game) broke him down play after play,3/20 kyle lowry(watched that game) and lets not bring up the elite guards...there is a theme going here and to counter any response , these players weren't shooting 3's ,all penetration. every game we damn near lost ,the opposing pg went off. sessions isn't all-defense but he definitely isn't an liability on the court. i remember before the season started how excited i was about sessions being picked up and how a alot of ppl in the forum was like he's a average journey man and im like he's an above avg guard ,then i started to compare him to good players that where journeyman early in their careers like chauncey ,jamal crawford, capt jack and etc....i think you did come to my defense(one and only time lol) but one person was like oh yeah he's the guy that killed by westbrook in the playoffs and im like really dude? i say that to say this , it seems like ppl try so hard to prove a point that they find just anything to win a debate ... so yeah i stand by my comment again
I'm kind of surprised you linked that thread, because there was so much wrong in there where you were so off about the bobcats in the beginning of the year...
He developed a post game, not a kobe/jordan post game, otherwise he would've been an all star this year.yeah ,hendo would of been up for all-star consideration if his mins wasn't being tampered with and if he wasn't a bobcat. hendo learned in 2 years what d-howard been trying to do for his whole career.post offense is the hardest skill to learn in basketball, so that feat alone makes hendo an exceptional player.I stand by my comment for the simple fact that he's clearly our best and most efficient post player and he's at the guard position, therefore i compared him to other 2 guards that was their teams best post players. history shows there isn't many efficient post up shooting guards ,so i named the obvious kobe and jordan .if you happen to find an two guard with a post game ,he was likely an all-star(joe johnson,b roy,paul pierce) so my point is still proven.....unless you can find a efficient post two guard who was an average player?
Nothing can save that quote.in reference to the mullins quote yes he's very diverse. i didn't say best center or skilled? i stated diverse meaning he could fit on any team whether he's a stretch big man, post big man, or play an up tempo style . if mullens can stay away from the 3 point line at least 7 times again he can become an legit big. mullens possess strong rebounding capabilities , u can play pick and pop with him, gotta be a top five 7 foot athlete in the nba,willing shot blocker, and runs the floor exceptional well to be 275 lbs. i also meant diverse because he's young and depending on coach/style you can pretty much mold him into your dream center.and yes shaq was super diverse but im not going to get into that because if you didn't understand that ,then....
I know you've already admitted that you were wrong on Tyrus, but all these threads you're starting saying how right you are, I feel it needs to be counterbalanced with all that you've said wrong.
I'm just saying, ease up on patting yourself on the back and saying how you're nostradamus in training now, when you've been off on a lot of things too. If you're that confident in your analysis, then tighten up and stop leaving these errors, as I will always be here to call them out. Its my duty and my pleasure.
i gotta add 10 characters