is Green is still soft for you??

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    Re: is Green is still soft for you??

    .......for how long?  watch him tonight if he will post consistently...

    i will swap him with a good banger

     
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    that should become a signature move....he has all the athletism....now he just needs to display the killer instinct.....KG should help him to develop that part of his game....love this kid!

     
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    u can see why we pay him, but he needs to watch KG and get into the game consistently or at least for the benefit of his team mates look the part.

     
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    In response to 34wheelchair's comment:

    Green is 6'9", very athletic and only averages 3 rebounds per game.

    He wants nothing to do with fighting for rebounds.

    SOFT.

     

    Many Blessings to All!




    But still better than Jamison!!

     
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    You can play him a lot at SF with Pierce at SG, it creates a lot of mismatches offensively.  Some fast smaller players can give them problem defensively but I still like the tradeoff.  You obviously don't want to play him much at PF with teams that have solid inside players/rebounders.  Still he gives us flexibility and extra options against teams depending on what they want to do.

     
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    Re: is Green is still soft for you??

    In response to CHEisCHE's comment:

    .......for how long?  watch him tonight if he will post consistently...

    i will swap him with a good banger




    Are you this Dum, or do you just put on a act?  The guy can only do what they allow him to do. How can he post up all day when Docs offense calls for him to sit out at the 3 pt line? I been telling you guys Green can only do so much in limited minutes playing the Eddie House role. Green wants to post up but has to sit around while Rondo dribbles around looking for a highlight assist. The offense should run thru KG and when he sits it should go thru Green. Plain n Simple. PP can get his offense anytime but the focuc should be Green. He is far more athletic and explosive than PP at this point and its PP who should sit outside at the 3 pt line if anyone so just stop with your BS 2 cents saying nothing. Either ur a troll or a bad fan... You are way too in love with the word banger. Maybe you want Perky back huh?

     
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    In response to 34wheelchair's comment:

    In response to hedleylamarr's comment:

    In response to 34wheelchair's comment:

    Green is 6'9", very athletic and only averages 3 rebounds per game.

    He wants nothing to do with fighting for rebounds.

    SOFT.

     

    Many Blessings to All!




    But still better than Jamison!!



    Of course he is.

    He is 10 years younger.

    Boston is also paying him 10 times more then the Lakers are paying Jamison.




    Green makes 8.365 mill, Jamison makes 1.35...................hardly TEN math whiz!!!

     

    And since when is salary indicative of how good a player is..........Lamar Odom makes more than Blake............is he BETTER than Griffin?    Steve Blake makes more than Jordan Hill.............is he BETTER than Jordan Hill????

    Open mouth, insert foot - way to go!!!

     
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    In response to 34wheelchair's comment:

    I'm sorry Mr. Lamarr, you are wrong again.

    Boston is paying Jeff Green $8,365,000.

    The Lakers are paying Jamison $854,389.

    The NBA is paying the remainder of Jamison's salary.

    When a player has been in the NBA for three or more seasons, and is playing under a one-year, ten-day or rest-of-season contract, the league reimburses the team for part of his salary -- any amount above the minimum salary level for a two-year veteran. For example, in 2011-12 the minimum salary for a two-year veteran is $854,389, so for a ten-year veteran, with a minimum salary of $1,352,181, the league would reimburse the team $497,792. Only the two-year minimum salary is included in the team salary, not the player's full salary. They do this so teams won't shy away from signing older veterans simply because they are more expensive than younger veterans.

    See #16 of the link.

    http://www.cbafaq.com/salarycap.htm

     

    In a sense, maybe you are right.

    Boston is not paying Green 10 times what LA is paying Jamison, they are paying only 9.79 times. Hmmm...maybe I am a math whiz.

    It's not the salaries, it's the age.

    Very few players 33 or older are very effective NBA players.

     

    May you have a day filled with sunshine!




     

    That is splitting hairs and you know it.  What is he on the LAKERS books for?

    You are correct, very few NBA players 33 and older are effective - and you have 3 in your starting lineup!!

    Thanks for playing!!

     
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    Re: is Green is still soft for you??

    In response to 34wheelchair's comment:

    Jamison's cap hit is $854,389.

    The Lakers are paying him $854,389.

    The NBA is paying him $497,792.

     

    There is a saying about the NFL which is: If you have two good Quarterbacks, you don't have any. (No great Quarterbacks).

    Boston has some good players and one borderline great player.

    Watch to see how Boston falls apart if Rondo is out at all.

    They don't have stars to score when they need to.

    Good luck with that!

     




    Bloopity Blog, you really must have your head up your assh. We have a superstar in rondo, and three stars. A fool would not call Paul and Kevin great players. So what if they're in their last few NBA seasons. You must think that the Rockets are better than San Antonio with that logic.

    This league still has two super-dominant teams (MIA and OKC) and about five-six contenders (BOS, NYK, LAC, SAS, MEM, LAL). This is fact. Only change since pre-season is MEM and NYK have shown they're a force, and LAL have shown that they are not in that super-dominant tier of teams yet.

     

    Game over. Go home.

     
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    Re: is Green is still soft for you??

    If by soft we mean totally underachieving to provide consistently strong play given his talent, yes, he is very soft. The dunk you showed is the  kind of tantalizing tidbit that makes some Celts fans think he is going to be great someday. Well, I hope you are right. 

    I  think he can become a good bench player. Problem is to really compete this year we need him to be a sometimes explosive athlete that can consitently impact games. 

    If you've seen that please send us all the video.

     
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