I would NEVER read this blog if I was a Hornets player. It would make me crazy and unsure. Last year Mek was bashed and called out. This year, with a healthy Paul, he is a MVP. You guys are bashing Andersen when I think he offered a fantastic job off the bench. You toss Gray around as if you can make NBA centers out of clay and find them everywhere. NUTS! They are rare!....Get, RARE! You want a talented Big man that can run ouside then back inside , defending any shot and then scoring as well? Well, get the F..in line. The line started years ago and it's out the door and around the corner. You toss around trade options as if EVERBODY will give you what you want so you can win. Jesus H Chrsit! Every other team hopes you break both your legs and fall off the track. You freaking drive me nuts with your borish bashing of your own players. They are up against other top world players all paid big money to win. Do me a favor and never root for me. I would feel as if you have a knife hidden behind your back and I'd be to affraid to fail.
The whole point of a blog dude is so everyone can say what they think! Even if at the end of the day it's just personal opinions it's nice to be able to share them. As regards to protecting players because they might not like what some people write. I mean come on... They are NBA players. I would just love to be criticized and get the opportunity they do!
well, maybe it is o this sight. Only it shouldn't be. It should be a place for insightful discussion and fun banter. I grow weary of the sophmoric thoughts. It's like the exact opposite of a fart joke ina movie. I look around to see the goons breaking up around me. Look, I know we need to show no mercy for pros, but that's different from just jabbing and ranting. They earn their money by playing well, not by getting emotional about what the fans think. But then we hate them for not being symbals for our kids or rant about their not signing autographs. Well, what DO we want? Pros or friends? Me, I just want guys who work hard. Win or lose, I won't put up with athletes who pretend to be warriors but cry about bad press. But work hard for my ticket money and I'm all for you. Woork hard at at least pretending to be respectful or thankful for a paying customer and I don't really care if you win a champinship for me. After all, I grew up as a Cub fan. Winning wasn't the end all, or a day at the park was insane. No, I paid to see Grace, Sandberg, Sutcliff and Dawson because they were hard workers, loved their fans and respected the game. I'll sit down now and resume my single malt evening.