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Re: Welcome Ty Jerome! 

Post#101 » by bwgood77 » Wed Aug 21, 2019 4:26 am

cberry78 wrote:
suns12345 wrote:
darmani wrote:
Read on Twitter

i dont get this. who did he vote for?

Steve Nash - you have to follow the link to see it.


Or the original link.... https://www.nba.com/2019-20-nba-rookie-survey#defense
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Re: Welcome Ty Jerome! 

Post#102 » by sunsbg » Sun Aug 25, 2019 5:02 pm



Double team at the end, meaning it was like a real game .. TJ is a superstar confirmed. :)
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Re: Welcome Ty Jerome! 

Post#103 » by ImNotMcDiSwear » Tue Aug 27, 2019 4:50 am

sunsbg wrote:

Double team at the end, meaning it was like a real game .. TJ is a superstar confirmed. :)


I'm so excited about Ty. The player I'm most excited to watch play next year frankly. Cam might be #4 behind Ayton and Booker. Just daydreaming about these rooks hopping off the bench and hitting 3s at 40%. (Much more believable than dreaming about JJ taking those last couple months of the season and reproducing it when games actually matter, when defenses are challenging his shot.)

It really doesn't look like you can go under the screen on Tyler at all, ever. That's huge. If his college shooting translates, how long will Rubio be able to hold down the starting position? Longer than a year? And how was this guy still on the board at #24?

STOKED. Ain't no way we're calling this kid 'Milky.'

... Nash didn't get a nickname until he won those MVPs. Not always easy coming up with a good nick. Who cares. Let's get this team on the court ba-BY!
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Re: Welcome Ty Jerome! 

Post#104 » by jcsunsfan » Tue Aug 27, 2019 9:36 pm

Shooting, ball-handling, great passer and floor general. Sounds like a 6-5 Steve Nash. Its just that there so many little intagibles that make the difference between a journeyman NBA player and a player on Nash's level.

So, no, I am not saying he is Steve Nash.
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Re: Welcome Ty Jerome! 

Post#105 » by Saberestar » Thu Aug 29, 2019 8:57 am

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Re: Welcome Ty Jerome! 

Post#106 » by jcsunsfan » Fri Aug 30, 2019 5:47 pm

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Ugh. I know some folks love interviews like this. I am just a basketball fan. I really don't care whether Ty Jerome can cook or likes horror movies.

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