G6: Cavaliers at Hawks

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Re: G6: Cavaliers at Hawks 

Post#21 » by Stillwater » Mon Jan 4, 2021 2:59 pm

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gflem wrote:Good to see the effort and get the win. But this was kind of a schedule win imo. There are definitely going to be some schedule losses this shortened season, so take whatever wins we can. McGee has been much better than I expected, and he has clearly bought in, which I was not sure how he would be coming to a rebuilding team.
McGee is the most Jekyll and Hyde player I've ever witnessed. He'll have three or four minutes of basketball where I'm amazed he's not getting paid more, and then he'll pick up like three fouls and commit two turnovers in the next 4 minutes.

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I think its the overacting facial expressions when he hopes to reverse a call can tell hes played with Draymond and Lebron lol
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Re: G6: Cavaliers at Hawks 

Post#22 » by JonFromVA » Mon Jan 4, 2021 4:21 pm

Garland is questionable today after straining his shoulder .vs. the Hawks. Hopefully they'll let him heal up so this doesn't linger. He was making great progress and if his shoulder restricts his game it could cause his confidence to regress.

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