Re: breaking news!-jordan hill of the los angeles lakers has bad back!(herniated disk)may be out for season!
posted at 10/10/2012 2:19 AM EDT
In response to BostonTrollSpanker's comment:
Pud at the moment you are in no position to lecture anyone about trolling. You have had an anti-Rondo troll campaign going for as long as any of us can remember. It's truly insufferable, and it cuts worse than anything the Lakers trolls say because we know you care about your team and yet you irrationally loathe and despise its key player.
That said I will defend to the hilt your right to be here and you should do the same for other Celtics fans even if you don't always like their tone.
I'll say it once more but I'd love to see you post more broadly this season. Sure, post the occasional Rondo critique, but see if you can expand your views and not pull every conversation back to Rondo, as you have done relentlessly with any Ray Allen to the Heat discussion for example. I say this because you're one of the smartest posters in this forum, and I think you have a lot more to offer than you have shown. Think about it will ya? I think you could be a real asset here. I'm not asking you to change your views on Rondo, you have many valid points, just think about mixing it up more. I mean that because I think you could become one of the most valued contributors here.
If I was a moderator here I would ban all Laker trolls (excluding the handful who have come in here to try to make a good convo happen), but I'm not, and sometimes their absurdity is hard to take. I hope the ignore button comes back.
Fierce I give you a ton of credit for changing your views on Rondo. Only because there's nothing more rare in a sports forum than someone who changes their views based on new information. I used to hammer Ainge in here but I really like what he's been doing lately. It's good to have your mind changed sometimes.
I think this is going to be a fascinating season here and when the games kick in there should be less silliness...
Not only fascinating, this is going to be a season of fastbreaks and dunks!
Gone are the days where Ray Allen gets his lay-up blocked on the fastbreak.