I am thankful for Ladycat Natasha
The last few months, this board has hated almost everything the team has done. The PA guy is a decible too loud, Larry Brown's 3rd quarter line up sucks, Okafor is soft, Crash's head hurts, Matt Carroll is grossly over paid and gets way too minutes (that one is just me haha). and quite frankly its just getting way too depressing for me.
Look fellas, we cheer for an expansion franchise in a small market. If anyone thinks we are gonna win a championship in under 5 years.... you were sadly, sadly mistaken. If you think that everything the front office does will make you happy, then again, you are mistaken and haven't paid attention to most NBA front offices for the past 12 years. My point is this: if this team needs anything, its a strong consistent fan base that understands the team it cheers for.
So in the spirit of Thanksgiving... this thread is for nothing but positive, thankful comments. Anything even remotely negative will be edited with smiley faces like so: Sean May is a .
Do i mean you have to be happy about everything this team and organization does, of course not. I expect you to rant and rave about everything sucking as usual, as will I. But I also think we need a little positive balance so that we all can remain sane. And we all need to remember that having an NBA franchise in your home area is something to be thankful for, regardless of its record.
MOST OF ALL, I AM HAPPY TO HAVE A TEAM. WE CAN CHEER, BOO AND QUESTION ALL THE ISSUES ABOUT THE TEAM BUT THE MOST IMPORTANT THINK TO BE HAPPY FOR IS THAT WE ACTUALLY HAVE A TEAM!
It was odd those couple years with no basketball team in this great State.
I am thankful for DJ. I think he is a very bright light to shine for the Cats for many years to come.
Hope Resurrected: "I think I can bring an attitude to a team as far as, ‘All right, no matter what, we are not losing this game'." - Kemba Walker
"Its okay to be bad; just so long as you're bad ass." - Keetch
During those years I was an avid Pacers fan, so I can't sympathise with you guys on that one. And if I had to name something to be thankful for when it comes to Bobcats it'd be that it seems that things can't get any worse than they are now, so looking forward to better days to come would be 'the something' I'm grateful for. Sean May is a -. ('tis the last time I do this, I promise)
Last edited by Mustachio; 11-26-2008 at 04:28 PM.
After a very hot start to the season I thought Fernandez had cooled off considerably?