RR member tbihis asks with 7 losses in 8 games, 6 straight, is there a change brewing in the horizon? Should…… Jose start? Jack play 4th quarters? Weems start? Amir start? I dont know if now is the time to push the panic button and tinker the depth chart, if not, how many more games… Read more »
It’s already reaching the point where you look at the losses piling up, and they start resembling shiny, gleaming lottery balls. Yes, the Raptors level of play against some of the tougher teams in the Western Conference may have given reason to think this game was for the taking, but in light of last night’s performance, it’s possible that those teams took the Raptors lightly and played down to their level.
We’ve noticed more playing time for Julian Wright as of late, which seems to have pleased some of our fans. RR member grindhouse asks the question on whether or not he should be considered as a starter. As per some of his observations, Julian appears to be making all the right decisions when on the… Read more »
If defensive-ball is your thing, then this game was must-see TV. It fittingly ended with Stephen Jackson making a defensive play on Andrea Bargnani after Jay Triano’s poorly constructed “play” was easily countered by a Charlotte defense that appeared more amused than anything.
I didn't know I had Tourette's syndrome until last night. My wife is very concerned. We have a top 5 center that is treated like the big oaf in the catholic league , that is a little touched and he smells a little. What gets me is our guards and wings don't feel it on the court , shit it ain't the coach , looks like the coach lets them jack up anything they want . Maybe it's a cultural thing , you know , the big oaf ain't cool , can't dance right , doesn't listen to the right beat. But why go there , people will just hate on me and call me the big oaf lover. The big oaf went toe to toe with the best in the league and in my opinion was the better player. To bad nobody on his team could see it .