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Currently in Douglasville, GA - formerly of Miami Lakes, FL
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Posted by: King Riley the Supreme Ruler of this Blog! | January 27, 2010 at 04:21 PM Heat don't have the talent to be an effective run and gun team. Wade's not the type of point guard I'd want running it, the shooters are not good enough to space the floor, and the bigs can't rebound/run well enough. Posted by: Chris | January 27, 2010 at 04:40 PM IDK, Chris. Maybe if the big would put more effort into rebounding and running the floor, and if DWright played more (and QRich less), we could possibly get a few more easy buckets per game. I swear, I'd play Wright at least 35 minutes per game. Beasley? At least 38. What's the use of being able to test-drive a new car, if you only drive it around the parking lot?
And what's your problem with quoting stupid, retarded, juvenile shyt Sarge? you a faggettt ? Stick to the Game. Posted by: Slledge | January 27, 2010 at 04:29 PM What's wrong with quoting 'stupid retarded, juvenile shyt'? You quote Spoelstra... ... and, I stand by what I said - it was funny! But, it IS a bit immature. ___________________________ I know what i'll be doing tonight! :D Posted by: slledge | January 27, 2010 at 03:26 PM Okay, that was funny. But, I was kinda hoping that no one would go there... ... y'all need to leave the man alone!
Thought I heard DeAndre Jordan mentioned here... ... I heard a rumor about us getting him for Dorell and two #2s... ... no, I didn't. Just starting stuff.
Kevin Durant is the 3rd best scorer in the league. Michael Beasley is 48th. Posted by: eddieomaha | January 26, 2010 at 03:57 PM Where was Durant rated last year (his second season)? Also, who's the #1 option on his team? Plus, you really can't compare their scoring when their minutes are so different. 'Apples and oranges', or, 'mangos and oranges'. Mangos? Mangoes??
"An elite scorer" Kevin Durant is the 3rd best scorer in the league. Michael Beasley is 48th. Posted by: eddieomaha | January 26, 2010 at 03:57 PM Oh, Eddie...
Posted by: eddieomaha | January 26, 2010 at 03:47 PM I figured as much. It's just that I also believe you to be a strong Haslem loyalist, and it's kind of difficult to separate the Beasley-love from the Haslem-hate, so you find yourself on the fence. Defending Beasley against JD, attacking Beasley against Josh, etc. And, defending Haslem from the torches and pitchforks...
And, would y'all agree that Wade extremely intimidated by LeBron on that turnover at the end? Wade had to know that LeBron would cover that behind-the-back pass, because that's the same thing LeBron would have done, in that situation (he's done it many times before, including in last night's game). Also, how did Wade allow himself to get backed up like that in the first place? You think the missed FTs maybe freaked Wade out? Honestly, I don't just think Wade 'made a bone-headed pass' - I think he choked. Oh, Lord - here come the Wade-haters...
I hear this a lot. Beasley is our second best scorer. He's not our second best defender. He's not our second best defensive rebounder. He's not our second best offensive rebounder. He's not our second best passer. He's not our second best shot blocker. Posted by: eddieomaha | January 26, 2010 at 02:11 PM Okay, grace period over. Eddie, what was the point of this post? What are you trying to say?
Sometimes, a simple question deserves a simple answer. "Nice. I guess it’s ok to make racial remarks about Italians now?" No, it's not okay. And, the internet has all of the morals that we bring to it. What was said didn't initially bother me, because I didn't know. Now, I do, and now it does. And, I was ready to jump on Eddie - now, I'm backing him up...
"The team suffers from a glass jaw. Once they take a punch from the opposing team’s offense, they usually lay down." Couldn't have put it better myself. Just hittin' and runnin'... Get DeAndre Jordan! lol
Our win/loss pattern for this month is as follows... Loss, win, loss, win, loss, loss, win, win, loss, win, and last night's loss. We have six more games this month, starting with Washington on Friday night. Can anyone predict which ones we'll win, according to the established pattern? If your answers are correct, you'll win a Spoelestra Voodoo Doll, with straight pin included. If you're wrong, Spo gets a voodoo doll of YOU. Cigarette lighter included...
That is true as well. Beasley has no post game. If he was a SF, that would be fine, but a decent PF needs one. Posted by: JD | January 21, 2010 at 10:04 AM He should ask his mentor, UD, to help him with his post game...
"I always marvel at how liberals all think they are the smart ones." I believe both sides feel the same way, but the libs claim that they don't. "Everyone's important, everyone has a say, everyone has merit, unless, of course, you, uh, well, ah, don't agree with us..." I am neither left nor right, but I fell out with the Repubs when they spent millions of our money going after Bill Clinton, right before his second term ended. He was already a short-timer! Why even bother? He already had one foot out the door, and we're spending millions of dollars to find out just how much sperm Clinton left on Monica's dress? Just to impeach him, and smear the Democratic Party? My brother (a repub) once told me that a conservative is a former liberal that has finally grown up. I understand how he feels, even though I can't claim either party. And, what's up about 'educated dems'? Never mind, because commenting on this will suck me into a downward spiral, into the Pit of Despair... ... or, something like that. Out.
Besides, liberals are far better educated than conservative bible thumpers! Liberals rule, conservatives drool! Posted by: King Riley the Supreme Ruler of this Blog! | January 20, 2010 at 03:47 PM I'm having a hard time wrapping my brain around your statement. It's like RuPaul saying, "Black men are tougher and 'manly-er' than white men. Black men rule, white men drool!" BTW, I know some liberal 'bible thumpers'. A whole bunch of them voted for Obama...
"I would much rather have Joe Johnsons shooting next to Wade than Iggy." He's overrated. The guy disappears every year in the postseason. Also, do we really want another guy standing around shooting, or somebody that can attack the paint and draw fouls like Iggy? Posted by: eddieomaha | January 20, 2010 at 03:43 PM Maybe. But, JJ can be a point forward, making Wade's job a bit easier (like Pippen). And, you know JJ will defer to Wade. Will Iggy?
BTW, y'all, I don't want Wade traded, even if he does come back. I want him cradled, kidnapped, 'tased', whatever keeps him in Miami for the rest of his career.* *As long as he doesn't go 'Shaq' on us...
Sarge, Cook had a decent 5 months one season. He sucks. Everyone knows that. Ira just wrote about it, again. What do you want me to say here, that Cook is the next Ray Allen? Posted by: Slledge | January 20, 2010 at 12:33 PM No, he's not the next Ray Allen. Neither am I. Am I a 'Dirtbag'? Don't answer that...! This works.
The best "start" for this dirtbag named "Cook" could be a lesson from Emeril Lagasse in the kitchen. Posted by: Slledge | January 20, 2010 at 11:53 AM Dirtbag?? Why are you dissing Cook? Just because he;s in a slump?
Oh yeah, watching the Texas/K-State game made me wonder about our boy Beasley. He'd be a junior, now, just destroying the NCAA. Would he be a better player, if he had stayed in school (than he is now)? Would he have had the off-court drama? Would he be the consensus #1 pick this coming summer? Hmmmnnnnn.... 1) No, though he'd probably be more confident. 2) No. Less money, while worrying about his draft position/possible endorsement contracts would help to keep him honest. 3) Good question. I dunno know.
Going to watch Alabi right now. Will comment tomorrow. Good night, y'all.