Bobcats or Pistons -Who has the brighter future

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Who has the brighter Future

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Re: Bobcats or Pistons -Who has the brighter future 

Post#211 » by kurtis48239 » Sat Apr 14, 2012 9:05 pm

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kurtis48239 wrote:but the reason bobcats fans are getting so much hate is because you aimed your comments at the wrong people and about how delusional you are about your team.So of course someone on the det side is going to make this thread to show bobcat fans how its not just det who think your wayyy off base with your comments...



What are we delusional about again? Being the worst team in the NBA or having hope that the only way out from there is up? B/c I'm pretty sure there isn't anything really delusional about those.

Unless your point is that Detroit and Charlotte are so far apart successfully that they shouldn't be compared, which is completely negated by making a thread and continuing to harp on comparing the two.

Seriously, there is nothing to gain from comparing yourself to the worst team in the NBA, you are only making your team look worse.

1.have you read this thread.
2.I didnt make this thread.
3.I didnt need this thread to know that the pistons are the better team that was plain as day fri night,and I think the bobcats fans in here are doing a great job of that themselfs for your team.
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Re: Bobcats or Pistons -Who has the brighter future 

Post#212 » by Kobe2ndFiddle » Sat Apr 14, 2012 9:08 pm

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Kobe2ndFiddle wrote:Definitely Pistons.

Bobcats are just in disarray. Their fanbase are the only ones who still think Kemba will be a star in this league. Dude is obviously an undersized 2 masquerading as a PG.


If you can't see that Knight has more upside than Walker then thats homerism at it finest.


How about backing up your opinion with statistics? Oh wait cause the facts make you look like a moron. Sorry. Better luck next year troll

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Re: Bobcats or Pistons -Who has the brighter future 

Post#213 » by Dr Positivity » Sat Apr 14, 2012 9:18 pm

Right now the answer is Pistons, I don't think the gap in chance at A Davis between the two makes up for the Pistons have a legit stud in Greg Monroe.

There will be a clear answer after the lotto though. If Bobcats get #1 it's them. If Bobcats get any other pick, it's Detroit
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Re: Bobcats or Pistons -Who has the brighter future 

Post#214 » by KingCat » Sat Apr 14, 2012 9:20 pm

Kobe2ndFiddle wrote:
KembaWalker wrote:
Kobe2ndFiddle wrote:Definitely Pistons.

Bobcats are just in disarray. Their fanbase are the only ones who still think Kemba will be a star in this league. Dude is obviously an undersized 2 masquerading as a PG.


If you can't see that Knight has more upside than Walker then thats homerism at it finest.


How about backing up your opinion with statistics? Oh wait cause the facts make you look like a moron. Sorry. Better luck next year troll

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Kemba does not even defend or get defended by Knight when they play

but good effort buddy, if you keep on trying, you will prove some wrong some day :thumbsup:
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Re: Bobcats or Pistons -Who has the brighter future 

Post#215 » by KembaWalker » Sat Apr 14, 2012 9:22 pm

Kobe2ndFiddle wrote:
KembaWalker wrote:
Kobe2ndFiddle wrote:Definitely Pistons.

Bobcats are just in disarray. Their fanbase are the only ones who still think Kemba will be a star in this league. Dude is obviously an undersized 2 masquerading as a PG.


If you can't see that Knight has more upside than Walker then thats homerism at it finest.


How about backing up your opinion with statistics? Oh wait cause the facts make you look like a moron. Sorry. Better luck next year troll

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Re: Bobcats or Pistons -Who has the brighter future 

Post#216 » by Kobe2ndFiddle » Sat Apr 14, 2012 9:24 pm

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Kemba does not even defend or get defended by Knight when they play

but good effort buddy, if you keep on trying, you will prove some wrong some day :thumbsup:
anecdotal vs logged statistics and they both play PG ...


hmmm what a toughy, I'll just take your word for it because you say so.

ANYWAYS ...

http://www.nba.com/advancedstats/player-vs-player.html#Brandon-Knight-vs-Kemba-Walker|202688,202689;year=201112;season=r

both players are pretty unimpressive when compared to the other young guards in the league.
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Re: Bobcats or Pistons -Who has the brighter future 

Post#217 » by KingCat » Sat Apr 14, 2012 9:27 pm

Kobe2ndFiddle wrote:
KingCat wrote:
Kemba does not even defend or get defended by Knight when they play

but good effort buddy, if you keep on trying, you will prove some wrong some day :thumbsup:
anecdotal vs logged statistics and they both play PG ...


hmmm what a toughy, I'll just take your word for it because you say so.


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Re: Bobcats or Pistons -Who has the brighter future 

Post#218 » by KembaWalker » Sat Apr 14, 2012 9:32 pm

4.1 ast and 3 turnovers per 36 minutes,and he has the nerve to call himself a point guard.
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Post#219 » by ComboGuardCity » Sat Apr 14, 2012 9:37 pm

Statistics is only one measure when evaluating young talent, especially this 66 game season. The eye test is more reliable if you know what you're looking for.
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Re: Bobcats or Pistons -Who has the brighter future 

Post#220 » by Bertrob » Sat Apr 14, 2012 9:38 pm

I'll pick the team that at least has a good prospect in Monroe
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Re: Bobcats or Pistons -Who has the brighter future 

Post#221 » by Kobe2ndFiddle » Sat Apr 14, 2012 9:39 pm

ComboGuardCity wrote:Statistics is only one measure when evaluating young talent, especially this 66 game season. The eye test is more reliable if you know what you're looking for.

who passes the eye test between the 2 ?
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Re: Bobcats or Pistons -Who has the brighter future 

Post#222 » by KembaWalker » Sat Apr 14, 2012 9:39 pm

ComboGuardCity wrote:Statistics is only one measure when evaluating young talent, especially this 66 game season. The eye test is more reliable if you know what you're looking for.


agreed


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Re: Bobcats or Pistons -Who has the brighter future 

Post#223 » by doc.end » Sat Apr 14, 2012 9:41 pm

bstein14 wrote:Pistons are a playoff team NEXT YEAR if they stay healthy. They started 4-20 this season and since have gone 18-17. They've got a winning record over their last 35 games. They have had a ton of internal improvement from the beginning of this season to where they are now. The Pistons will be a 40-42 win team next year.

So you vpted for the Bobcats, then?
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Post#224 » by doc.end » Sat Apr 14, 2012 9:45 pm

Kobe2ndFiddle wrote:Definitely Pistons.

Bobcats are just in disarray. Their fanbase are the only ones who still think Kemba will be a star in this league. Dude is obviously an undersized 2 masquerading as a PG.


If you can't see that Knight has more upside than Walker then thats homerism at it finest.

I think Kemba should know his place and keep that masquerading within bounds. Othewise it may get out of hand, you may masquerade aa a PG to triple doubles and is awkard then.
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Post#225 » by doc.end » Sat Apr 14, 2012 9:48 pm

ComboGuardCity wrote:Statistics is only one measure when evaluating young talent, especially this 66 game season. The eye test is more reliable if you know what you're looking for.

So you are now not worried about Kemba's FG% and don't think he is a chucker, are you? I'm confused.
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Post#226 » by ComboGuardCity » Sat Apr 14, 2012 9:50 pm

KembaWalker wrote:
ComboGuardCity wrote:Statistics is only one measure when evaluating young talent, especially this 66 game season. The eye test is more reliable if you know what you're looking for.


agreed



knight got the best of Kemba in every matchup.
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Post#227 » by ComboGuardCity » Sat Apr 14, 2012 9:50 pm

doc.end wrote:
ComboGuardCity wrote:Statistics is only one measure when evaluating young talent, especially this 66 game season. The eye test is more reliable if you know what you're looking for.

So you are now not worried about Kemba's FG% and don't think he is a chucker, are you? I'm confused.

did I call Kemba a chucker.
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Re: Bobcats or Pistons -Who has the brighter future 

Post#228 » by Kobe2ndFiddle » Sat Apr 14, 2012 9:51 pm

doc.end wrote:
Kobe2ndFiddle wrote:Definitely Pistons.

Bobcats are just in disarray. Their fanbase are the only ones who still think Kemba will be a star in this league. Dude is obviously an undersized 2 masquerading as a PG.


If you can't see that Knight has more upside than Walker then thats homerism at it finest.

I think Kemba should know his place and keep that masquerading within bounds. Othewise it may get out of hand, you may masquerade aa a PG to triple doubles and is awkard then.

more hypebeast nonsense.

even Bob Sura and Charlie Bell have recorded triple-doubles in their careers.
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Re: Bobcats or Pistons -Who has the brighter future 

Post#229 » by Kobe2ndFiddle » Sat Apr 14, 2012 9:52 pm

ComboGuardCity wrote:
KembaWalker wrote:
ComboGuardCity wrote:Statistics is only one measure when evaluating young talent, especially this 66 game season. The eye test is more reliable if you know what you're looking for.


agreed



knight got the best of Kemba in every matchup.

NO,NO,NO, NOOO !

that cannot be right, they have never guarded each other.
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Re: Bobcats or Pistons -Who has the brighter future 

Post#230 » by KembaWalker » Sat Apr 14, 2012 10:01 pm

ComboGuardCity wrote:
KembaWalker wrote:
ComboGuardCity wrote:Statistics is only one measure when evaluating young talent, especially this 66 game season. The eye test is more reliable if you know what you're looking for.


agreed



knight got the best of Kemba in every matchup.


Kemba got the best of Knight every season
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