I haven't seen this article linked to in other threads... good perspective and insights (from a Memphis perspective) on the Gay trade: http://www.nba.com/2013/news/feature...=iref:nbahpt6d
Not worth watching the whole video but this guy cracks me up..
"I spit, I know. God damn."
And the interview....
Last edited by RandomGuy; Tue Feb 5th, 2013 at 07:51 PM.
fresh off the Memphis boards lol
Last edited by FoxMachine; Tue Feb 5th, 2013 at 11:03 PM.
lol Jermaine O'neal was PRO in that game. Earning every cent of the 1.35 mill he makes.
Ed Davis 9:36 minutes 0-2 2points 0 boards...... Memphis is completely killing his confidence & development Even if we dont get him back (hopefully Memphis lets him go) he either gets picked up by us again or he goes to a team he can log some serious minutes with and be a a great contributer to.
Memphis meeting "We are fucking morons for trading Gay"
The whole Memphis situation is turning inwards on itself. Their struggles seem like nothing compared to what Toronto has had to go through this past season, or two.
I'd be very surprised if he ever equals the numbers he was putting up in the last 4-6 weeks again in his career. Trading him while his value was high was one of the few smart moves Colangelo has made (I wish he did the same with Bargnani last year).
"I don't lie. I willfully participate in a campaign of misinformation." - Fox Mulder
Also, anyone notice how Randolph mentioned now they have to play p'n'r??? They traded Rudy to help their post game, but now they aren't running it...I suppose without Gay to worry about on the perimeter, teams can shrink their D, double team and make it hard to operate isos in the post.
Last edited by white men can't jump; Wed Feb 6th, 2013 at 10:10 AM.
What did I tell you guys? The grizzlies are screwed. The new owners and that retard John hollinger are morons
Sounds like the Grizzlies are missing Speights more than Gay.
Great True Hoop interview with DC today
Some key observations:
Certainly sounds like they're going to give Bargnani every opportunity to fit with the new-look lineup, spreading the floor for Gay/DeRozan.
He likes that this revamped lineup actually has some players that fit an up-tempo style, with enough talent to also excel in half-court sets (which is critical for playoff success).
Gay will be the go-to guy in end-of-game situations. He is a closer.
Last edited by CalgaryRapsFan; Wed Feb 6th, 2013 at 05:25 PM.
With Pau not an option anymore. Might as well use him for something.
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