That guy from Wyoming
I like Jimmy John. I just like to say it. Seriously, say it to yourself over and over. Now think about the SuperBowl commercial where dude licks the Doritos cheese off the fingers of the other dude. Now say over and over Jimmy John, again, but say it faster.
Yeah.... Jimmy John.
"Hi my name is j-johnson"
Then he can devolop an awesome stutter step :P
Jimmy J...maybe he'll get the hint.
THREE Jay - 3J
Just James Johnson
What if... Blazers had drafted both Drexler, Jordan?
From 1992 Beginner's Guide to the NBA Finals, The Oregonian's special section. Published 6/3/1992.
Michael Jordan was the #3 pick in the 1984 draft, after Portland selected Sam Bowie second.
Well I doubt "Tits or GTFO" will catch on, so I'll vote for "Sammich."
“I have no idea who Chukwudiebere Maduabum is, but on his Draft Express profile, he’s listed as Chu Chu. I think he’s worthy of picking just for that. He immediately is in the running for best All-Time NBA name.” -Tim W.
Zed: You'll dress only in attire specially sanctioned by Raptors special services. You'll conform to the identity we give you, eat where we tell you, live where we tell you. From now on you'll have no identifying marks of any kind. You'll not stand out in any way. Your entire image is crafted to leave no lasting memory with anyone you encounter. You're a rumor, recognizable only as deja vu and dismissed just as quickly. You don't exist; you were never even born. Anonymity is your name. Silence your native tongue. You're no longer part of the System. You're above the System. Over it. Beyond it. We're "them." We're "they." We are the Toronto Raptors.
Last edited by sultkam; Thu Mar 3rd, 2011 at 11:55 PM.
Secondly, undrafted players MUST be included in the available pool. The word ‘undrafted’ is getting you mixed up. You must focus on the word ‘available’. The original point was that an NBA calibre player (similar to JJ’s level) would not be AVAILABLE at the Miami’s pick. Surely, everybody understands that an undrafted player was available to any GM who was smart enough to recognize the talent level and project into the future in the NBA. That's the whole essence of drafting. So the total pool MUST also include undrafted.
But honestly Apollo, I don’t get where you’re coming from. You applaud Joey for his solid statistical breakdown and scold me for not backing up my ‘general statements’. Yet, when the thorough statistical analysis is now made, it is shown that Joey is off by a factor of 10 in estimating the number of NBA caliber players available at the draft position. Why aren’t you applauding the new data and admitting the old was shoddy? Instead you call the real data “tricks”. Why? The data is the data.
The original statement was by BC that a player of James Johnson’s talent level will not be available by Miami’s pick. I’ve shown that EVERY year there is on average 10+ draftable players available who will make solid contributions in the NBA. At this point, it’s not even debatable. The data speaks for itself. BC is wrong.
I really like James Johnson, but he isn’t a home run either. More like a single + a stolen base, IMO.
I applaud the effort but I still disagree with your argument. Which is fine. I'm allowed.
Last edited by joey_hesketh; Fri Mar 4th, 2011 at 12:00 AM.
Really, anything other than Kid Dynamite will be alright with me. But I would suggest "The Slap Chop"
James "Octagon" Johnson
James "Beat Down" Johnson
Leo interviews with James Johnsons from yesterday.
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