2-0 without Olynyk

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    2-0 without Olynyk

    We are a much better team without Oynyk.

    Humphries is our best big.

     
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    Re: 2-0 without Olynyk

    SHIP HIM OUT!

     

    To think we could have gotten the stud Derrick Willaims! Or the SUPER STUD Luc Mbah Mute !

     
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    Re: 2-0 without Olynyk

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    We are a much better team without Oynyk.

    Humphries is our best big.

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    How many times are you going to post this?    

     
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    Sullinger is our best big. Humphries will expire and move on. Bass is our best shooting big. Favarni our best defensive big. Olynyk our best ... american rookie big.

     
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    Sullinger is our best big. Humphries will expire and move on. Bass is our best shooting big. Favarni our best defensive big. Olynyk our best ... american rookie big.

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    Humphries shut down Jefferson.

    Humphries is a better defender than Sullinger.

    Humphries and Sullinger should be our starting bigs.

     
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    We are a much better team without Oynyk.

    Humphries is our best big.

     

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    Yes, but we all know Humpy's not part of the future.

     

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    Why not? He's a pretty good player.

     
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    Re: 2-0 without Olynyk

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    Sullinger is our best big. Humphries will expire and move on. Bass is our best shooting big. Favarni our best defensive big. Olynyk our best ... american rookie big.

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    He's from Canada!Smile

     
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    Re: 2-0 without Olynyk

    Enough with the Olynyk hate already, the kid is a true rookie learning the NBA game, he's had high and lows, they've won and lost with him, he will turn out to be a decent to very good player assuming he stays mentally tough. 

    Don't get hung up on wins and losses, yeah Hump would probably be a better option if they we're strictly trying to win games, Pressey would also be a better point guard option, Oly would be better playing power forward instead of center, but they are trying to improve not win games, if they can do both all the better. 

    What's the point of winning now with no Rondo, they have no shot, ABSOLUTELY NO SHOT at a championship.  Maybe next season, if they improve this year by giving the rookies crucial minutes, making the rookies better, improving the vets tradability and creating an atmospshere of expectations and accountability. 

    Olynyk isn't the main reason they're winning or losing, it has more to do with the quality of opponent, Pressey having 8 assists, 3 steals and 0 turnovers had more to do with tonights win and that Charlotte is god-awful.

     
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    Enough with the Olynyk hate already, the kid is a true rookie learning the NBA game, he's had high and lows, they've won and lost with him, he will turn out to be a decent to very good player assuming he stays mentally tough. 

    Don't get hung up on wins and losses, yeah Hump would probably be a better option if they we're strictly trying to win games, Pressey would also be a better point guard option, Oly would be better playing power forward instead of center, but they are trying to improve not win games, if they can do both all the better. 

    What's the point of winning now with no Rondo, they have no shot, ABSOLUTELY NO SHOT at a championship.  Maybe next season, if they improve this year by giving the rookies crucial minutes, making the rookies better, improving the vets tradability and creating an atmospshere of expectations and accountability. 

    Olynyk isn't the main reason they're winning or losing, it has more to do with the quality of opponent, Pressey having 8 assists, 3 steals and 0 turnovers had more to do with tonights win and that Charlotte is god-awful.

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    +1

     
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    Re: 2-0 without Olynyk

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    We are a much better team without Oynyk.

    Humphries is our best big.

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    He is a rookie. He is learning. He has upside. What are you not understanding?

     
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    Re: 2-0 without Olynyk

    Hi,

    What about when they were 4-0 with Olynyk?

     

    AK

     
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    Re: 2-0 without Olynyk

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    We are a much better team without Oynyk.

    Humphries is our best big.

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    That is really nice Chris, most understand that KO is being developed and Hump is developed.  What is the point.  We are looking at the future with KO.  I like Hump also but even now Hump is not in our plans for whatever reason.  There is not a huge amount of difference in our bigs and I think personaly that Fav has potential because of his size and that KO has potential because of his all around abilities.  Sullinger and Hump?  Why are we playing Sullinger over Hump, same reason , looking to the future.  You have high basketball IQ, I just do not understand the reason for this post.  I enjoy reading most of your post because they are insightful and interesting.

     
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    In response to R9R's comment:
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    Sullinger is our best big. Humphries will expire and move on. Bass is our best shooting big. Favarni our best defensive big. Olynyk our best ... american rookie big.

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    He's from Canada!Smile

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    LMAO!

     

    now THATS funny thar!

     
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    Re: 2-0 without Olynyk

    In response to wozzy's comment:
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    Enough with the Olynyk hate already, the kid is a true rookie learning the NBA game, he's had high and lows, they've won and lost with him, he will turn out to be a decent to very good player assuming he stays mentally tough. 

    Don't get hung up on wins and losses, yeah Hump would probably be a better option if they we're strictly trying to win games, Pressey would also be a better point guard option, Oly would be better playing power forward instead of center, but they are trying to improve not win games, if they can do both all the better. 

    What's the point of winning now with no Rondo, they have no shot, ABSOLUTELY NO SHOT at a championship.  Maybe next season, if they improve this year by giving the rookies crucial minutes, making the rookies better, improving the vets tradability and creating an atmospshere of expectations and accountability. 

    Olynyk isn't the main reason they're winning or losing, it has more to do with the quality of opponent, Pressey having 8 assists, 3 steals and 0 turnovers had more to do with tonights win and that Charlotte is god-awful.

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    Yup. Right on. Thanks for being realistic.

     
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