Screw that guy.
http://twitter.com/BigMay42Charlotte has always been good to me! And it will always be home! But.... It's time for a change! And Sacramento here I come! ;-)
thanks for everything?
Screw that guy.
I hope it works out for May in Sac. I'm not sure why there's so much animosity towards him here. Obviously his career isn't what we or he hoped it would be, but stuff happens. But for the injuries he would have probably been a very good player. There are perhaps some legitimate gripes about his conditioning (or lack thereof) over the years but all in all he seems like a good guy who just had a lot of bad luck. It's too bad it didn't work out, but I wish him well. Who knows, the way things are going for us this off-season, he may end up making us regret we didn't keep him.
I wish the guy the best. I am guessing we never made him any offer, perhaps because we know his knees are shot and his career is pretty much over.
i believe he can bounce back. hey bounce (pun not intended) i will miss him and what he could have brought us if healthy. second lottery pick gone. soon i maybe jumping off this train if we don't do something
we rode the may train long enough....glad we got off when we did (actually, never wish we got on, but that horse has been beaten to death). i hope he can salvage something out of his career, though i doubt it so whatevs. his knees are shot, he lacks the conditioning and discipline to be a player and he's made more than enough money in the league to live a good life. i'm just glad that headache is over. now, if we could just move a couple of sh*t contracts out and bring in some young bench help, all will be well.
The good news is that we must have some ideas for a backup PF.
The minute Sean May arrives in Sacramento, California will fall into the ocean.