Hump in the Dog House

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    Hump in the Dog House

    After playing 20 min and pulling down 9 rebounds! with 8 points in his first game, Hump hasn't played even a second in the last two games.  Must have rubbed Brad the wrong way?? 

    No big deal if he's traded or we just ride out his contract, like Bogans.  

     
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    Re: Hump in the Dog House

    Rebounding is bad for tanking. 

     
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    In response to mossad-did-911's comment:

    JEFF, the "1st half stat padder" GREEN



    Just slightly off topic.  Maybe you can find the appropriate "Green" thread or start your own...

     
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    In response to mossad-did-911's comment:

    HAHA i'm hoping that hump is already the centerpice to a trade and the C's are showcasing jeff green to convince the other team to take him also.



    Lol.  Jeff had a good game.  22 points on 6-12 with 5 rebounds, playing new SG position.  He just doesn't have the killer instinct... yet, and also Memphis smothered him on D in the last 7 minutes. If you expect more than a 20 PPG and 5  RPG, out of Green then you will be disappointed.

     
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    Re: Hump in the Dog House

    Humphries is too good.

    We might win some games if he played.

     
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    Re: Hump in the Dog House

    Or maybe Brad got tired of watching him wave to the crowd every time he scored a bucket, while the opposition ran the ball back for a layup.

     
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    Re: Hump in the Dog House

    At this point he's Theo Ratliff.

     
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    Theo was wanted as long as he's healthy.  I'm not really sure why people don't want hump...maybe don't want the drama.

     
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    The celtics lost all 4 games,but I,m happy the way they are playing.They will learn how to close up games.D,ont forget we have new players,coach,system,etc.Give them time and support them during this learning process..Go celtics

     
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    In response to chris33's comment:

    Humphries is too good.

    We might win some games if he played.



    lol again.  You may be on to something... Hump has the second highest PER on the whole team, so maybe thats why he only played 1 game.  

    But I really believe that he and Brad on not on the same page.  Hump has a history of being a major league jerk.

     
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    In response to Eldunker's comment:

    In response to chris33's comment:

    Humphries is too good.

    We might win some games if he played.



    lol again.  You may be on to something... Hump has the second highest PER on the whole team, so maybe thats why he only played 1 game.  

    But I really believe that he and Brad on not on the same page.  Hump has a history of being a major league jerk.



    Brad is tanking. Otherwise Humphries would be playing.

    Oynyk is awful.

     
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    In response to chris33's comment:

    In response to Eldunker's comment:

    In response to chris33's comment:

    Humphries is too good.

    We might win some games if he played.



    lol again.  You may be on to something... Hump has the second highest PER on the whole team, so maybe thats why he only played 1 game.  

    But I really believe that he and Brad on not on the same page.  Hump has a history of being a major league jerk.



    Brad is tanking. Otherwise Humphries would be playing.

    Oynyk is awful.



    Chris, think about it.  Would you play someone who will not be on the team next year. or play a rookie, who will be a key piece of the rebuild, to development his skills and knowledge?  

    We aren't going anywhere different this year with Hump playing or not.  He would make little difference to the number of wins because we have much bigger (worse) issues and player deficiences.  He is not an impact player.  So, it would be a waste and dumb to play him, unless we need to use his body to crash and burn.   

     
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    Re: Hump in the Dog House

    I would play whoever gets us a lottery pick.

    Where is Sebastian Telfair when you need him?

    Oh....wait.....I forgot we have Bradley.

     
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