Skin wrote:pepe1991 wrote:Skin wrote:Show us the list of times you've been right about a prospect and he ended up being good? You're not known for anyone other than passionately defending Hezonja.
I gave up on Hezonja after year and half. Literally. I'll post proof of it when i get home. Lol
I think playing time Hez got during tanking years was laughable but i was not blind to see his inability to impact game.
I don't need proof. The one guy you're known for supporting hard busted. It is what it is.
You love criticizing players and other posters who like them, but don't really have credibility to stand on your own.
This is my first post ever here ,and it was Harris and Sikes ( and Hezonja related)
by pepe1991 » Tue Jan 26, 2016 10:28 pm
First post ever here- Payton and Gordon are NOT rookies. Hezonja is, and he is getting Harris in Bucks type of treatmant. Dude was buried behind Moute and Marquis Daniels ( yea,who? He even started that guy for some reason ).
Harris played 11,6mpg under him
Henson 13 mpg
For example he played Dalambert and Ayon more than Henson ?!
ANd above all A LOT of players said that they never knew what Skiles really wanted from them when they played for him.
Stephen Jackson said that Skiles is not for NBA ,that he is college coach.
Beno Udrih said that Skiles never wanted to talk about him and his role on a team.
Reports from Bucks said that he told his close friends that he hated team ( at times when he was coach ).
And just like that, my first post ever was basically foreshadowing for what will happen during SKiles season. Harris traded, vets played, he hated a team and quit.
But let's go on.
My post on Vučević at May 6th 2017
Vučević did add some new moves but in general he never made another leap in his development. He just swiched post offense for less effective ( but easier for his body ) mid range jumpers. He did improve at defending around rim but he still can't defend pick&roll. He only had 16 dunks this season, compare that to 29 last year or 56 year before. It's clear that he is fading further and further from rim, but still can't shoot 3s and that leaves him in no man's land of long 2s, worst shots you can take.
On offense he is worst version of Lamarcus Aldrige at this point.
So much of my bias toward somebody or lack of critics because,reasons .
And now your lies and myth busting
#38 » by pepe1991 » Sat May 20, 2017 2:56 am
Meh, too much picks, not enough time to give all of them fair chance. Magic for 2 years couldn't even find enough time for 5th overall pick ( not that he deserved it ) .
more of me being "blind supporter " -- "Mario can't dribble for 20 sec, he would turn ball over with first dribble " June 14, 2017
But let's go through some of your crap
Elfrid Payton = Tony Parker
Stregths in ball handling, passing and close range scoring efficiency. Payton is a better defender and Parker is a better shooter, but they both share the most important characteristics needed for the position.
Aaron Gordon = Kawhi Leonard
Long, explosive wings who came into the league bringing defense, but needing to improve or prove they could be reliable shooters. Possess strong athletic frames that can be asked to guard opposing team's top wing scorer. I think Henny was hoping Harkless would fill this role, but that hasn't panned out.
And we're almost there!
Since Henny got here, he's been talking about sustainability, step by step and growing this organically. The Spurs have been the model for that philosophy and being a former Spurs guy, it's not hard to see why we would try to replicate their succ
Oh, this is such a joy to read. Preach mr skin, tell us more about your nostradamus- like visions of Magic Spurs, Hennigan era sustainability since you are credible one .
But just in case you think i would lie, there is link of this epic embarrassment if you wanna relive the moment agian and again, and again....