Nope. He says the same stuff all the time, he's getting boring.Originally Posted by coordinator0
There's a video up on the front page of the Bobcats homepage and it has May talking about his recovery/getting-fat-ass-in-shape. I liked what I heard from him. He even said he's lost 20-something pounds, although I don't know how much he weighed before. Is anybody else encouraged by this or am I just being a little too optimistic?
Here's the Bobcats homepage:
I hope all the haters eat there words tonight!
For me this is a double-edged sword... He HAS lost 20-25 pounds since TRAINING CAMP...that said I recently had talked to him at a game and he said soon...but that was before he developed knee soreness. I know he gets a lot of ice/e-stim from the physical therapy department, but again, go to BCP homepage and read my recent blog and I think you'll find it hard to give him much of a chance. I wish there was an exhibition game we could start him and force him to do 40 minutes and see how he does...trial by fire... but I also feel we should start Cartier tonight and see how he fares.
What to do, what to do...
Sounds to me he is doing everything the right way, also has a nutritionist so that should be helping, says he is feeling good and the knee looks well. Also sounds like he has been to BCP reading our stuff talking about some people say 7-8 lbs is easy.... I hope that since he is on the team and dont seem to be going no where else that he does get it together and help us out....
......Go Bobcats!!!!! !!!..
What to do, what to do...
http://blogs.charlotte.com/inside_th...-vs-hawks.htmlThere’s a good chance Sean May will be active tonight – and might play – against the Atlanta Hawks. Juwan Howard is out with an inflamed toe, so the Bobcats are shorthanded at power forward. This could be the night coach Larry Brown puts May in a game. He hasn’t played in 26 games – since a Dec. 11 loss in Dallas. The Bobcats were shorthanded that night, too, after making the trade with the Phoenix Suns. May said Thursday he’s had a lot of sleepless nights lately, wondering about his career as a Bobcat. He’s about six pounds short of his weight goal of 260, after weighing as much as 291 entering training camp.
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Sean doesn't have a great jump shot , i hate it when he is trying to hit jump shots..he is very solid with his back around the basket with a great touch
It seems that LB has players practice the same moves over and over..at one point in the video you see may driving to the basket and LB tells him to do it again. that's real practice, you need those reps to properly execute
we do need to play him soon, even before Juwan getting injured i said that the best thing that could happen to the bobcats is for sean to get back. he may be slightly off the 260 lb target. but i think the conditioning will allow him to play 5-10 mins without feeling exhausted.
at this point, the criticisms against may are pointless, we need to be pulling for him to get back, if at least can provide us some minutes in this critical part of the season. he does have the talent and he is a smart player. i certainly critized him plenty, but now i just want him to get back out there.
if anyone wants to take the time, this write up on sean may at draft express is right on point with his strenghts/assets. we can sit here and say he is a fat ass, lazy etc, but you have to give credit to his strenghts - i disagree about his jump shot though
funny that the article almost foreshadows what would come of sean mays career with his issues of staying in shape