I guess they have front offices that are two years away from being two years away from being this good
This guy basically had a 100% game his two tip in misses were followed by a re-tip and the shot went in, I guess many were wrong about this pick in the first round! Good Pick!
@Jlew1050 Casey on "2 years away from 2 years away" critique of Bruno: "Those people don’t know anything about basketball if that’s what they think"
"Championships are what we live for, now lets go win them."Tim Leiweke
Basketball has clear winners every night --except at the draft, which is all homework, politics and chance.
Random question but do we have a consensus on how to pronounce caboclo? I've heard it both with and without the "L". Lord knows I won't learn the correct pronunciation by watching nbatv announcers.
It's not just about Lowry...It's about the 3 spot.
11pts, 3 reb, 1stl and 1 three during 32min of play. MU was at the game.
Caboclo is also an all encompassing word for simpleton or country bumpkin. The closest translation I guess would be "fella".
Sometimes its spelled caboco (no l) and since its derived from a native word, its correct. but since its a common name and it's spelled with an L, it's pronounced (in Portuguese) " kah-bo(short o, like saying bow without the w)-clue"
In gringo pronunciation it's "ca-bow-clow" ahaha
A key that opens many locks is a master key, but a lock that gets open by many keys is just a shitty lock
WinnersSource: RotoWorldBruno Caboclo - He has so much wingspan it would send Jay Bilas into a tizzy. There are rumors that the 6’9” forward has a 7’7” wingspan and I’m here to tell you that’s not a Paul Bunyan-type exaggeration. His hands were almost down to his knees when his arms were at rest and he did a nice job of getting into passing lanes. Plus, his jumper is actually pretty solid and he wasn’t a poor ball handler either. Of course, he has a lot of learning to do. I could see him making an impact in 2015-16.
Bruno’s agent said he could see Bruno growing another inch. Went from 6-8 to 6-9 in past six months.— Ryan Wolstat (@WolstatSun) July 13, 2014
How big is too big to play the 3? Gallinari is the only 6'10" wing in the league that I can think of offhand. Does anyone think Caboclo ends up sharing time at the 3 and 4 once he add mass?
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