Byron Mullens: What Bargnani was supposed to be

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Re: Byron Mullens: What Bargnani was supposed to be 

Post#81 » by sanity » Sat Feb 23, 2013 2:33 am

justinian wrote:Mullens is Bargs-like tonight, 1-for-12 with 2pts


Arguably still having a better night than Andrea.
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Re: Byron Mullens: What Bargnani was supposed to be 

Post#82 » by spearsy23 » Sat Feb 23, 2013 3:16 am

Mullens is bargs?
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Re: Byron Mullens: What Bargnani was supposed to be 

Post#83 » by LHead2 » Sat Feb 23, 2013 4:01 am

Look, Bargnani's bad, but Mullens isn't exactly a star either. I mean, the dude's shooting below 40% on the season.

They both are awful, though...
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Re: Byron Mullens: What Bargnani was supposed to be 

Post#84 » by MotorKeepsGoing » Sat Feb 23, 2013 4:02 am

Mully couldn't get it going tonight at all. He had a good 3 or 4 shots roll around the inside of the rim and pop out. He was also taking somw bad shots.
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Re: Byron Mullens: What Bargnani was supposed to be 

Post#85 » by spearsy23 » Sat Feb 23, 2013 4:04 am

"He was taking some bad shots"

Well yeah, he's never seen a shot he couldn't take.
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Re: Byron Mullens: What Bargnani was supposed to be 

Post#86 » by OKC » Sat Feb 23, 2013 4:42 am

It seems like there's always a BJ Mullens thread posted after he has a good game. Then it becomes a ghost town when he plays like tonight.
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Re: Byron Mullens: What Bargnani was supposed to be 

Post#87 » by Johnlac1 » Sat Feb 23, 2013 4:40 pm

OKC wrote:It seems like there's always a BJ Mullens thread posted after he has a good game. Then it becomes a ghost town when he plays like tonight.

Just like those threads for Nash when goes 2-11....like he did last night.
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Re: Byron Mullens: What Bargnani was supposed to be 

Post#88 » by Johnlac1 » Sat Feb 23, 2013 4:44 pm

Biz Gilwalker wrote:Mully couldn't get it going tonight at all. He had a good 3 or 4 shots roll around the inside of the rim and pop out. He was also taking somw bad shots.

Only maybe one or two shots were questionable. Most of his shots were good shots. Wide open. He just couldn't make them. Neither could Sessions who was 0-9. Last night Nash was 2-11 and Greg Monroe was 2-9. But I guess they're lousy players like Mullens too.
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Re: Byron Mullens: What Bargnani was supposed to be 

Post#89 » by Illuminati_ » Sat Feb 23, 2013 4:54 pm

Guess we gotta wait on Barg to switch teams cause really there's no comparison. If they out this mullens kid on some of those horrible rosters the past 4 years and made him the number one option drawing all the attention it would be ugly/
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Re: Byron Mullens: What Bargnani was supposed to be 

Post#90 » by Krodis » Sat Feb 23, 2013 5:06 pm

Johnlac1 wrote:
OKC wrote:It seems like there's always a BJ Mullens thread posted after he has a good game. Then it becomes a ghost town when he plays like tonight.

Just like those threads for Nash when goes 2-11....like he did last night.

Did you just compare Byron Mullens to Steve Nash?
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Re: Byron Mullens: What Bargnani was supposed to be 

Post#91 » by Blame Rasho » Sat Feb 23, 2013 5:50 pm

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Biz Gilwalker wrote:Mully couldn't get it going tonight at all. He had a good 3 or 4 shots roll around the inside of the rim and pop out. He was also taking somw bad shots.

Only maybe one or two shots were questionable. Most of his shots were good shots. Wide open. He just couldn't make them. Neither could Sessions who was 0-9. Last night Nash was 2-11 and Greg Monroe was 2-9. But I guess they're lousy players like Mullens too.


It is really that hard to come to terms that Mullens sucks at shooting? You just compared him to two guys who for their career basically have a 50% percentage. Mullens is a 40% shooter, and 30% from three... there are only so many ways you can sugarcoat crap.

The idea of this thread is that Mullens is supposed to be what Bargnani is suppose to be? Well Mullens is a worse player... You don't win with players like Mullens or Bargnani... you lose because of them. They are only good for is getting lotto picks.
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