denial wrote:RunDogGun wrote:
It is strange, but I coached a team with twins, and they just knew where each other were on the court at all times, and made some amazing passes to each other, when I thought there was no way the pass would connect. Really fun to watch, and coach.
I'm sure twins have a very special connection. I do not think it is sound criteria on which to judge professional basketball players' value or abilities.
By that logic, *any* twins would be amazing on any team sport. Telepathy would go a long way in tricking opponents. Lets just get the Morris's and the griffin's and that will be 4 of our starters. Dragic at the point.
We'd be magically great!
Again, to be clear, I like the move. It was a great deal, value-wise. But if the reasoning was predominately about uniting brothers, as all comments seems to suggest, then I am very worried. If that is the case, then we just lucked into a good deal.
Wtf are you talking about? Who said anything about every twin? Man I say one thing, and you go off on this bazaar tangent. And I hope you know that the Griffin boys are not twins. If not, it explains why you didn't understand a word I said.