Ex-Celtic Sets Franchise Record with 50 Pts

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    Re: Ex-Celtic Sets Franchise Record with 50 Pts

    Maybe because of this.....

     
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    Re: Ex-Celtic Sets Franchise Record with 50 Pts

    In response to Mployee8's comment:
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    In response to Fiercy's comment:
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    In response to Mployee8's comment:

    [QUOTE]Celtics Won’t Re-Sign Vander Blue

     

     

    That being the case, why not sign TWill to a 10 day contract and see how he does this time?

     

    Entering the NBADL off a two week overseas stint, Williams knew he wanted to play on American soil again. “I want to play basketball in America, and for me to do that I had to change some things. Hopefully I get another chance and I stick with it. At the end of the day, I want to play basketball and keep my mouth shut.” Williams concluded.

     

    http://dleaguedigest.com/2014/01/31/terrence-williams-is-proving-that-hes-ready-for-another-shot-in-nba/

     

    PS: Those gun charges ... they were dropped

    http://www.kentreporter.com/news/225541612.html

     

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    Ever since Delonte punched Von Wafer in practice, Ainge never again signed players who misbehave.

     

    Learn from past mistakes!

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    there's a difference .... TWill was defending himself and the court agreed while Delonte was the aggresser (due to bi-polar condition???) ...

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    There was no way the Celtics were going to keep him around.  This story broke around the same time the Hernandez story broke.

     
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    Who would know?

    Worse case senario: Gametime, TWill just tucks his ankle monitor under his sock.

     

    Pud

     
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    Re: Ex-Celtic Sets Franchise Record with 50 Pts

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    http://www.nba.com/dleague/

    Terrence Williams set a franchise record with 50 points to go along with nine rebounds to lead the D-Fenders. Williams' performance beats the previous franchise record set earlier this year by Manny Harris (49 points). Williams also finished three points behind the NBA D-League all-time record of 53 points set by Morris Almond and Will Conroy.

     

    How come we don't have players like that?

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    A bit of perspective please - do you know who holds the d-league record for blocked s**ts?

     
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    Re: Ex-Celtic Sets Franchise Record with 50 Pts

    In response to BCSP's comment:

    In response to Mployee8's comment:
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    http://www.nba.com/dleague/

    Terrence Williams set a franchise record with 50 points to go along with nine rebounds to lead the D-Fenders. Williams' performance beats the previous franchise record set earlier this year by Manny Harris (49 points). Williams also finished three points behind the NBA D-League all-time record of 53 points set by Morris Almond and Will Conroy.

     

    How come we don't have players like that?



    A bit of perspective please - do you know who holds the d-league record for blocked s**ts?

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    Still haven't given up on Fat "Sack of Potatoes" Melo. Let it go he must be working in a gas station pumping gas. Still think he's going to be the next Shaq???

    laughing out loud

     
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