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Thread: Trouble in Paradise Calderon Fans. Jose's Not Happy?

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    Default Trouble in Paradise Calderon Fans. Jose's Not Happy?

    It would appear as though Jose's broken his silence and isn't satisfied with his minutes played.

    And so it begins. I don't expect Jose lasting beyond the trade deadline. It was nice knowin' ya.

    This was courtesy of the Spanish publication Marca.com:

    "I'm not satisfied with my minutes"
    "Particulary I would like to continue but, if there's a trade I'd go. You've got to be prepared for everything."
    Somewhat better translation via the RealGM via Google:

    Jose, can you say that you recovered yet?
    - Calderón: "Yes I'm fine. I finally without problems of any kind. Physically better than long."
    - And yet not regain ownership.
    - Calderón: "For the moment it seems not. But look, the bottom line is to be good for the team. It is true that you always feel like they hold but here in this league is very good bench players and nothing happens. Al After the minute is that you play.
    - Ya, but the minute I met you play?
    - Calderón: "Well, no game what satisfies me. But no problem with that"
    - You sure?
    - Calderón: "Sure. Let's see, I'm pissed off, I'm not pissed off twenty-three minutes played per game. Of course I like to play more. You always want to play anymore. It is normal and part of the desire to be best player ever. But that is something that the coach decides. "
    - But it is not justified by the recovery because you're well ...
    - Calderón: "Yes, yes, I am already physically perfect. I mean, that's not for me. And if I have to play more there is no problem."
    - It seems that you look as happy as before. I can see for example in the celebrations of track, becoming less frequent in you. Some think even free throws.
    - Calderón: "Well, these things happen. I've been away a long time and until you catch the rhythm and begin to work out things is clear that you're frustrated. But anyway, there are always things you want to leave otherwise and that's it. Do not give more laps. And what of the free throws than anyone else worry that I'm very clear. What I did last year is something that happens only once and not going to happen next. I'll be back to be by the eighty-something percent and regain my usual touch. But it is illogical to believe we can repeat it once last year.
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    Interesting. I'm not sure what the best way to handle this is. Should we move him? If so, what for?

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    Hold on guys. Before everybody starts freaking out and jumping to conclusions, let me say that the article is translated terribly. I'm reading the spanish article now and will provide a better translation for the most important parts of the article. Whoever translated is twisting the words to make it seem a lot worse than what he is saying.

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    Without Jose ... raptors is toast....

    What happen if Jack isn't playing well? Do we rely on Marcus Banks?...psshh

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    This interview has almost 3 weeks, I read it in Spanish, and he's not saying that he's disgusted with his minutes. He's saying that a player always wants to play more but he's confortable with any role he's given.

    When asked about a possible trade he said he wants to finish his contract with the team, and that he loves the city and the city loves him but in a league like the NBA you have to be prepared to get traded, and if a trades happen he'll have to live with it

    Let's not start a PG controversy by ourselves, he's not saying anything bad, he's a team player he'll never do such thing

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    Quote Doc Naismith wrote: View Post
    It would appear as though Jose's broken his silence and isn't satisfied with his minutes played.

    And so it begins. I don't expect Jose lasting beyond the trade deadline. It was nice knowin' ya.

    This was courtesy of the Spanish publication Marca.com:





    Somewhat better translation via the RealGM via Google: