Another solution that we used to have... shining for someone else

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    Another solution that we used to have... shining for someone else

    Danny threw out Nate Robinson like he was a candy wrapper that had been used to pick up dog crud in the Perkins trade. 


    Now look at Nate.  Sure he wasn't the most mature guy, but he was plucky and could be a fireplug off the bench.  He's still working for minimum wage in the league- this year he averaged 13 points and 4.4 dimes in 25 minutes a game.

    Tonight he poured in 34 points in 28 minutes in a key chicago win.  Too bad doc couldn't have made room for a younger player who had skills but not the requisite milk toast personality.  I wonder what Nate could have done for us when Rondo went down this year...  Terry has been a flatliner all year and has zero PG skills anyway.  Hell, we could have avoided that signing of a fossil altogether if we just... kept Nate, right?

     

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    Re: Another solution that we used to have... shining for someone else

    and don't look now, but that was NATE leading back from down 14 late in the 4th...  and going on to dump a lot of points in the O/T too.  what nate did tonight was deliver CHI to 3-1 rather than 2-2.  that's huge. 


    keyon drooling and jurassic jet just do not compare

     
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