Originally Posted by Black Migo
Originally Posted by hypebeast5
Naw hes not leaving lol
Honestly after Bron left Cleveland yall swear no star is loyal, like if Lebron was the epitome of Loyalty to a franchise
Your crazy if you think melo is staying in ny if amare doesnt opt out
NY can offer Melo the most money. If they give him a max offer, he'll look around and do the free agency tour, but if he doesn't take the most money I'm shocked. That's the whole reason he came to NY the way he did, so he could get more money.
Originally Posted by WavyCrocket
Shaq def called down. He's picking his spots in the show and not being over sensitive.
Anybody find it Ironic how the TNT and media, have said Blake needs to learn how to hit that 15 foot jumper. Then when he hits it, they start criticizing him saying he's falling in love with it lmao.
They said they don't want him falling in love with it, which is a fair concern because too many big guys do fall in love with the jumper, but it also goes back to a lot of the talking heads (and fans like NTers) failing to understand not every big man has to get 100% of their points in the post with their back to the basket. Yes.. we all loved the 90s and the big men, but it's not the end of the world if a PF or C has a jump shot too.
It's also the nature of commentary and criticism.. if they finally do what you expected, you still need something to talk about. See NT for example.. "All Blake does is dunk". Then Blake puts on a display of jump shots, post moves, and a variety of ways to score and it becomes "Well it's just one game" Selective memory to the fullest extent
I think my favorite thing said tonight was Shaq talking about Dwight again how "He's more of an athlete than I ever was"... which just proves Shaq has no memory of his playing days. We already knew he would randomly make up stats and/or when things happened, but he really acts like he wasn't one of the most physically dominant specimens in NBA history.